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Up next on News 7--
A roadside bomb containing a nerve agent explodes in Iraq. Hundreds of new jobs are coming to the New River Valley.
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And, since midnight, same sex couples have been lining up to say 'I do' in Massachusetts.
It's the first day they can legally marry in the state.
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After some morning clouds and fog we're seeing a little more sunshine which will lead to a few afternoon storms. I'll have your details.
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Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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Evidence of chemical weapons in Iraq--
A roadside bomb containing the nerve agent sarin has exploded near a U-S military convoy in Iraq.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
An eventful day in Iraq--
As a deadly nerve agent is found in Baghdad, the head of the Iraqi governing council is killed in a car bombing.


Teri Okita has the latest.
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(( PKG. SADDAM HUSSEINS' GOVERNMENT CLAIM ALL IT'S SUPPLIES OF THE NERVE AGENT SARIN HAD BEEN DESTROYED BUT TODAY A ROAD SIDE BOMB CONTAINING A SMALL AMOUNT OF THE POTENTIALL LETHAL AGENT EXPLODED NEAR A U.S. MILITARY CONVOY...THERE WERE NO INJURIES. IT'S THE FIRST TIME SARIN HAS SURFACED SINCE THE U.S. ENTERED THE COUNTRY.
Brig. General, Mark Kimmitt/Coalition joint task force."
"it was a weapon we believe was stocked from ex regime time."
ELSEHWERE ANOTHER ATTACK WAS MORE DEADLY.

(Locator: Baghdad, Iraq)


TRACK: IT WAS A BLAST SO STRONG, IT MELTED THE PAVEMENT AND DESTROYED DOZENS OF VEHICLES OUTSIDE COALITION HEADQUARTERS IN BAGHDAD. THE CURRENT HEAD OF IRAQS GOVERNING COUNCIL, IZZEDIN SALIM, WAS KILLED AS HE SAT IN A CAR WAITING TO ENTER THE COALITION COMPOUND.

(Super: Capt. Lennol Absher/1st Cavalry Division)
SOT: A car bomb exploded outside of what we call Checkpoint 12. It

appears to have been a suicide bomber. There were several Iraqis injured. There were 4 Iraqis killed.
TRACK: SALIM A SHIITE IS THE SECOND COUNCIL MEMBER ASSASSINATED FOR WHAT MANY BELIEVE IS THEIR WILLINGNESS TO WORK WITH THE COALITION. OTHER COUNCIL MEMBERS AND THE COALITION SAY THE ATTACK WAS MEANT TO UNDERMINE THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS AND BELIEVE IT'S THE WORK OF AL-QAEDA.

(Super: Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt/Coalition Joint Task Force)
SOT: This is the classic hallmarks of what we've seen on Zarqawi attack.


TRACK: BUT COUNCIL MEMBERS PLEDGE TO MOVE AHEAD, ON SCHEDULE, WITH PLANS FOR THE JUNE 30TH TRANSFER OF POWER.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STAND-UP: ON WEDNESDAY, THE FIRST AMERICAN SOLDIER ACCUSED OF ABUSING IRAQI PRISONERS WILL FACE COURT-MARTIAL IN A PUBLIC TRIAL IN BAGHDAD. AND SEVERAL OTHER COURT-MARTIALS WILL SOON FOLLOW. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON. ))


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Authorities say they've arrested two Taliban suspects in an attack that killed one U-S soldier and wounded two others in Afghanistan over the weekend.
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Also today, the U.S. military said it would vigorously pursue anyone found abusing prisoners in Afghanistan.
The U.S. military's criminal investigation division has yet to complete an investigation into the deaths of two Afghans in U.S. custody in December, 2002.
It's launched two separate investigations in the last week, in light of the similar abuse allegations in Iraq.
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An Army pilot speaking at a conference in Salem says he knows what it's like to be a prisoner of war. Chief Warrant Officer David Williams was flying an apache helicopter when he was shot down over Iraq last year and held captive in the Iraqi prison system for 22 days.
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He says the conditions were sparse and the treatment sometimes brutal.
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Williams spoke this morning at the First Annual Project Lifesaver Conference. The program focuses on using state of the art technology to find Alzheimers patients who get lost. Roanoke Police launched the project in 2002.
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More jobs are coming to the New River Valley.
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EchoStar Communications announced today plans to hire 300 customer service representatives at its Christiansburg facility by the end of the year. The company says it needs more workers to handle the high demand for the DISH Network satellite- T-V. The Christiansburg center currently employs about one-thousand representatives, both full and part-time. Anyone interested in applying for the jobs should contact the Christiansburg service center.
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A man from Lexington was killed in a car accident Sunday.
According to the State Police, 27 year old Shawn Robert Luciano ran off the right shoulder of route 703 in Rockbridge, overcorrected, and caused his 1993 Ford Explorer to flip. Luciano was not wearing his seatbelt and was ejected from the vehicle.
He was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.
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One by one, same sex couples are tying the knot today in Massachusetts.
Jennifer Donelan is in Cambridge with more on today's events.
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(( "I NOW PRONOUNCE THAT YOU ARE MARRIED UNDER THE LAWS OF MASSACHUSETTS, YOU MAY SEAL THIS MARRIAGE WITH A KISS."
A NEW CHAPTER IN AMERICAN HISTORY IS UNFOLDING TODAY IN MASSACHUSETTS.

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THE FIRST LEGAL SAME SEX MARRIAGES ARE BEING PERFORMED IN CITIES ACROSS THE STATE.
IT CAPS YEARS OF BITTER DEBATE IN THE COURTS AND LEGISLATURES...A FIGHT THAT OPPONENTS SAY IS FAR FROM OVER.
IN 2006 MASSAUCHUSETTS VOTERS COULD GET THE CHANCE TO VOTE ON A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT THAT WOULD BAN THE CONTROVERSIAL UNIONS.

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FOR NOW, GOVERNOR MITT ROMNEY IS TRYING TO LIMIT THE MARRIAGES TO STATE RESIDENTS ONLY, BUT SOME TOWN OFFICIALS HAVE VOWED TO ISSUE LICENSES TO ANY COUPLES WHO ASK.
DOUG JOHNSTONE/PROVINCETOWN CLERK "WE ARE IN A SITUATION WHERE WE HAVE TO DETERMINE AND INTERPRET FOR OURSELVES."
STILL UNCLEAR IS WHAT MARRIAGES RIGHTS, IF ANY, THOSE OUT OF STATE COUPLES WILL HAVE WHEN THEY RETURN HOME. SEVERAL STATES HAVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMMENDMENTS ON THIS YEAR's BALLOTS.... TO REJECT SAME SEX UNIONS PERFORMED IN OTHER STATES.

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FOR OVER 200 COUPLES THE FUN BEGAN AT MIDNIGHT IN CAMBRIDGE ...WHEN OFFICIALS STARTED ISSUING MARRIAGES LICENSES.

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FOR PAUL MCMAHON AND RALPH HODGKIN THE SIGN PRETTY SAYS IT ALL.

sot: RALPH HODGKIN

"WE NEVER THOUGHT WE WOULD SEE THIS HAPPEN BUT ITS FINALLY COME TO BE A REALIZATION."
ALL OF THIS BECAME POSSIBLE THANKS TO 7 COUPLES WHO SUED THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS AND WON. THE U-S JOINS THREE OTHER NATIONS WHERE SAME SEX COUPLES CAN LEGALLY WED...........FOR NOW.
JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, CAMBRIDGE
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Still to come on the newscast, the opening of the World War Two Memorial in Washington could be ood news for Bedford.
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Also one person is killed after two planes collide in Washington State.
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Two small planes collide in Washington State, leaving one person dead and another injured.
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One of the planes involved was a Cessna 170, but the second has not been identified.
The surviving pilot is said to have tried to make an emergency landing, and in the process clipped power lines, which caused the plane to crash and flip over.
He was taken to a nearby hospital.
Meanwhile, there is no information available yet on the pilot who was killed.
The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board are now investigating.
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It's been 50 years since the landmark case, Brown versus Board of Education.
It changed the face of America's schools by making racial segregation illegal.
Today a former all- black elementary school becomes a national historic site.
Jennifer Miller reports.
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The Bath County Sheriff's Office is investigating the circumstances surrounding a man's death. Deputies initially responded to a call about an abandoned Toyota pick up truck on Route 39, about a mile from the Blowing Springs Campground. An investigation revealed it was a wanted vehicle in connection with an earlier call in Rockbridge County. Blood hounds were called in, and the body of Shawn Staton (STAY-ton), of Vesuvius was found on Friday a short distance away. Officials have not released how Staton died. His body was taken to Roanoke for examination.

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The dedication of the World- War II Memorial in Washington D-C is just 12 days away and the nation's capital is expected thousands of people to attend.
That could be a windfall for the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford. Jennifer Wishon explains.
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((Spring is always a busy season at the National D-Day Memorial, but Memorial Day weekend is expected to be like none other. The National World War II Memorial in Washington D-C is expected to attract thousands of people when it's dedicated on May 29th. And because it's happening on a holiday weekend, the D-Day Memorial expects to pick up a good number of those visitors.
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((THE DEDICATION OF THE WWII MEMORIAL WHICH IS LONG OVERDUE. WE'VE HAD A LOT OF CALLS HERE FROM PEOPLE CONTACTING US FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THAT DEDICATION SO WE'RE THINKING THAT BEING ON THE WAY TO WASHINGTON WE'RE PROBABLY GOING TO GET A LOT OF PEOPLE COMING AND A LOT OF PEOPLE GOING.))
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And the hope is they'll stay in Bedford. The 60th anniversary of the D-Day invasion falls one week after the dedication of the WWII Memorial. That's why the City of Bedford in conjunction with the D-Day Memorial has planned a week of activities including parades, concerts and a military encampment. The events are designed to honor America's veterans, but they'll also mean big business for the D-Day Memorial.
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((CERTAINLY, IF WE HAVE MORE PEOPLE COMING THROUGH THE GATE IT HELPS US GET RID OF THE DEBT AND MOVE ON TO NEW PROJECTS THAT BENEFIT EVERYONE.))
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Once the debt is re-paid plans to complete the Memorial will begin. Additions are planned for the English Garden, new statues of soldiers in combat will be added to the pool and an education center is planned for this gravel parking lot which will house more than a thousand D-Day artifacts now in storage. ((NATS OF "SHOTS" IN THE POOL)) Memorial Day has become the unofficial start to summer, but before people head off to the lake, Brooks hopes everyone takes time to remember freedom comes at a price.
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((WE TELL THE SCHOOL CHILDREN WHO VISIT THE SITE HERE ALL THE TIME... THE FREEDOM YOU ENJOY TODAY TO SPEAK YOUR MIND, TO READ A NEWSPAPER THAT'S UNBIASED - ALL THE FREEDOMS WE ENJOY WE ONLY ENJOY BECAUSE OF OUR VETERANS AND ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO HAVE PAID THE HIGHEST PRICE.))
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((MANY D-DAY VETERANS ARE NOW IN THEIR 80'S - MAKING THIS THE LAST MAJOR INVASION ANNIVERSARY THEY'LL BE ABLE TO ATTEND. THAT'S WHY MEMORIAL OFFICIALS PLAN TO MAKE THEM FEEL SPECIAL WITH A SERIES OF EVENTS THEY'LL NEVER FORGET. JENNIFER WISHON, NEWS 7.))
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Coming up next, a Virginia Tech student could face legal trouble for illegally downloading music from the internet.


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Plus we'll tell you why Russians are scrambling to see a display of priceless eggs.
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Virginia Tech will give the music industry the name of a student accused of illegally downloading music on a university computer.
The Recording Industry Association of America subpoened the school for the name as it cracks down on people who violate copyright laws.
Tech officials traced the download in question to a campus dorm room.
The recording industry only identified the defendant as ``JohnDoe.''
Lawyers for the recording industry have been working with computer services, and colleges and universities -- to supply the names.

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They hopefully won't be walking on egg shells at the Kremlin--
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A collection of Faberge eggs from the Forbes publishing family has arrived, and will go on public display tomorrow.


Russian oil and metals baron Viktor Vekselberg bought the Forbes collection of fabled Imperial Easter Eggs, as well as other pieces for more than 90- million dollars in February, months before Sotheby's was to auction them.
The rare treasures were first commissioned by Russian Tsar Alexander III in 18- 85 as Easter gifts for his wife.

The tradition continued on for 30 years.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 84 points. The NASDAQ has dropped 23.

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Up next in sports, the Detriot Pistons miss the elimination bug by beating the Nets in the playoffs.
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And there's a little drama in the girl's division of the Scott Robertson Memorial golf tournament.
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In the NBA Playoffs, the Detroit Pistons avoided elimination by beating the Nets, 81 to 75.
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Out west, Peja Stoyakovich carried the Kings in Game 6 against the Timberwolves.
Stoyakovich scored 22 points and grabbed 8 rebounds as Sacramento forced a decisive game 7.
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The Kings won it big, 104-87, thanks in large part to a 19 point advantage in the second quarter.
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The Scott Robertson Memorial capped off its 21st run at the Roanoke Country Club yesterday, and there was plenty of drama in the 15-18 year old girls division, with a three- way playoff between Emma Cabrera Bello, In Bee Park, and the daughter of tennis great Ivan Lendl.
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On the second hole of sudden death, Marika Lendl had this putt from the fringe at number 9 on Crabapple for a birdie.
Park made a bogey on the hole after a shot from just off the green.
Lendl tapped in for par and the win, which was a bit overwhelming for the youngster.
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In the boys' 15-18 year old division, Webb Simpson started the day looking for his 2nd title in the past three years.
But John Curran bested Simpson by shooting a 5-under par 66 to claim the title at 12-under.
Simpson came in second, four shots back.
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The Divison 3 Softball championship contenders were forced to deal with rain showers yesterday in Salem.
Salisbury eliminated Wheaton 8 to nothing, and Muskingum did the same to Chapman.
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Saint Thomas handed Moravian its first loss of the tournament at the Moyer Complex last night.
Nikki Conway hit a homerun to deep left field to make it 1-nothing.
Later, Katie Wieberg drove in Kristi Huegel, and Saint Thomas stayed unbeaten 5-nothing.
Saint Thomas advances to the title game at 2-30 today.
Moravian plays the winner of Muskingum and Salisbury.
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With the Nextel Cup Series headed to Charlotte for a week of all star activities, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is the new points leader following his win in Richmond.
For Junior, there's still plenty of work to do with two thirds of the races still to come.
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Earnhardt's win capped off a busy weekend for the sanctioning body, which announced its latest realignment plans on Friday, including the sale of the Martinsville Speedway.
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