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Coming up on News 7-
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Thousands fill the nation's capital to say thanks to World War Two veterans, while hundreds more say thanks closer to home. A local radio morning team signs off for good, but NOT by their own choice. And a sports car that's literally the new wave of the future.
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News 7 is next.
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((THEY SAVED OUR COUNTRY, AND THEREBY SAVED THE LIBERTY OF MANKIND.))
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America dedicates its lasting memorial to "The Greatest Generation", and local veterans are among the thousands to a hear a nation's thanks.
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It was built to symbolize the spirit, sacrifice, and commitment of America's greatest generation.
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And today, thousands gathered at Washington's Mall for the dedication of the World War Two Memorial.
It honors the 16-million Americans who served in World War Two, and in particular, the 400-thousand who lost their lives. President Bush spoke at today's ceremony, calling the memorial "a fitting tribute."
Among those in attendance was former President Bill Clinton, who authorized the establishment of a World War Two Memorial in 1993.
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And eleven years later, people who came for today's dedication say the time, money, and effort to build the memorial are well worth it. Justin McLeod takes us to today's ceremony, followed by Keith Humphry with some local vets who took a long road to get there.
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Many local veterans were unable to attend today's dedication in Washington. That's why members of the Blacksburg American Legion decided to take matters into their own hands.
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Several hundred people gathered at a World War Two Memorial near the Warm Hearth Village today. Members of every branch of the Armed Services were recognized, but the guests of honor were those who fought in World War Two.
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((WILLIAM ROARK: WE WERE UNITED, WE KNEW IT WAS A WORLD WAR AND WHAT WE DID DETERMINED THE FATE OF THE WORLD.))
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((HAROLD WALL: WE'RE THE ONES THAT PUT OUR LIVES ON THE LINE THAT WE MIGHT HAVE THE VICTORY WE HAVE TODAY. MIGHT HAVE THE FREEDOM THAT WE HAVE TODAY.))
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Wall calls the local and national recognition of World War Two veterans a "blessing." His only regret is that the tribute came after so many of his comrades died.
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As many as 60 people, including Americans, have been taken hostage by a terror group in Saudi Arabia.
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There's been more gunfire from the housing compound where suspected Islamic militants are holding their hostages. Saudi forces have been shown on television descending from helicopters onto the building.
At least ten people were killed when gunmen opened fire before retreating to the compound and taking hostages.
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A new Army report says the death of Pat Tillman, the pro football player turned soldier, was a result of friendly fire.
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Tillman was leading soldiers up a hill in a firefight when in the darkness and confusion -- he was shot.
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((LT. GEN. PHILIP R. KENSINGER JR-WHILE THERE WAS NO ONE SPECIFIC FINDING OF FAULT, THE INVESTIGATION RESULTS INDICATE THAT CPL. TILLMAN PROBABLY DIED AS A RESULT OF FRIENDLY FIRE WHILE HIS UNIT WAS ENGAGED IN COMBAT WITH ENEMY FORCES))
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The Afghanistan military say there were no enemy soldiers -- that Tillman and his team only thought they were under attack after a mine exploded. Tillman was awarded the Silver Star after his death, one of the military's highest honors.
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First's he's busted for a meth lab in his car. Still ahead, guess what police say they found in his house.
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The morning team at "Jammin' JJS" gets the axe. And there's something they'd like to tell their listeners.
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When morning listeners tune in to W-J-J-S next week three familiar voices will be missing. Jennifer Wishon explains why.
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((When the Showgram's David Lee, Melissa and Bonezini signed off the air Friday they never dreamed it'd be their last show. But the trio says they were told the station was making some changes and they were no longer needed - news that came as a complete shock.
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((DAVID LEE MICHAELS: THE MORNING SHOW HAD ALWAYS PERFORMED. THE RADIO STATION AS A WHOLE HAD ALWAYS PERFORMED SO THERE WEREN'T ANY INDICATIONS THAT YOU'D NORMALLY EXPECT LIKE BAD RATINGS OR CONTINUAL BAD RATINGS. WE'D ALWAYS DONE REALLY WELL.))
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D-J David Lee Michaels and Showgram co- host Melissa Morgan say their time at WJJS has been a great ride.
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Things like guest coaching local sporting events and bringing acts like Mandy Moore to the area - helping to expose their careers and develop a local fan base. For the Reverend Bonezini though - helping dozens of couples tie the knot will be HIS lasting legacy. [COVER FIRST TEN SECONDS OF BITE WITH "MARRIAGE AT THE MALL" VIDEO]
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((DAVID LEE: ONE OF MY FONDEST MEMORIES WAS OUT AT THE SALEM MEMORIAL BASEBALL STADIUM. WE HAD KOOL AND THE GANG THERE AND THEY WERE PLAYING AND ROY STANLEY WAS IN THE SKY SWEEP DANCING. YEAH, YEAH. AND THAT WAS ONE OF THE BEST MOMENTS.))
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But what the three say they'll miss most are their listeners. The ones they've watched grow up over the years and the ones who made their time at WJJS unforgettable. Jennifer Wishon, News 7.))
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A boating accident has claimed one life this weekend on Smith Mountain Lake. Police say it happened just before five last night when a jet-ski and bass boat collided just north of Beavercreek Dam. The identity of the jet ski operator hasn't been released, but the 23 year old had just flown in from New York city, and had only been on the lake a few minutes before the accident. The boat operator and his passenger were not injured.



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A Bedford County man is dead after his car hit a utility pole.
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Officials say 48 year old Robert Yehle (Yule) was driving on Route 122 north of Moneta just after midnight, when he swerved off of the right-hand side of the road and struck the pole.
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Yehle was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police say he was not wearing a seat belt, and they do not know if alcohol was involved.



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Police say they followed a tip and discovered a meth lab in a Narrows home Thursday.
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[Take Meth Lab Map FS] Officials say chemicals used to make meth were found in the basement of Jim and Wendy Henry's home on Northview Street. D-E-A agents and State Police quickly disposed of the chemicals.
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Police say Jim Henry was already in custody after Pulaski County officials discovered a meth lab in his car earlier in the week.


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EMS workers honor colleagues who have died trying to help others. That story is just ahead.
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And who's that guy sitting in the back row? An NFL all-star -- and he's in Pittsylvania County for his little brother's graduation.
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EMS workers and their families gathered today to remember colleagues who died in the line of duty.
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The 12th annual National EMS Memorial Service was held at the First Baptist Church in downtown Roanoke. Fourteen people were honored at this year's service, with their families' acceptance of a United States Flag.
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((KEVIN AGARD/NATIONAL EMS MEMORIAL SERVICE: THE KEY MESSAGE IS THAT THEY ARE HEROES, EMS TENDS TO BE A PROFESSION THAT DOESN'T GET A LOT OF THE LIME-LIGHT, SUCH AS POLICE AND FIREFIGHTERS DO. BUT THE MEN AND WOMEN OF AMERICA'S EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE ARE OUT THERE EVERYDAY PUTTING THEMSELVES AT RISK.))
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The names of those honored will also appear on the National EMS Memorial "Tree of Life," which can be found at the "To The Rescue" Museum in Roanoke.
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It's nice to have your brother come support you on your graduation day. It's especially nice when that brother is a top N-F-L linebacker.
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Ray Lewis, of the Baltimore Ravens, came to Pittsylvania County today to attend Hargrave Military Academy's graduation. Lewis was there to see his little brother, Keion Lattimore, get his diploma.
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((RAY LEWIS/RAVENS LINEBACKER:JUST WATCH THE REWARDS OF YOUR MOTHER RAISING TWO HEALTHY AND STRONG MEN, AND THIS IS THE LAST OF FIVE, AND TO SEE MY LITTLE BROTHER GO OUT NOW...THIS IS AN ACCOMPLISHMENT WE HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR A LONG TIME. SO I'M VERY EXCITED FOR HIM.))
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Two weeks ago, Lewis received his degree in management studies from the University of Maryland.
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The ACC baseball tournament wraps up with the championship game, highlights from the Busch Series race, Jeff Gordon and Brian Vickers special connection at Lowes and major league baseball.
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But first our extra point. The women's football association Roanoek revenge played its final game of the season tonight at Salem Stadium against the Baltimore Burn. The Burn would beat the Revenge 24 to 8.
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The ACC baseball tournament is down to Florida State against Georgia Tech.
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Florida State suspended five players for their semifinal game against UNC but the team advanced to play Georgia Tech.
In top of the first, Georgia Tech's Stephen Blackwood connects on the single to left field and that is gonna plate a runner to give the Yellow Jackets the lead 1-zip.
[SUPER=34-Georgia Tech/7/Florida State/8;]The Seminoles tie it up in the bottom half of the first when Eddy Martine

z Estepe threads the needle down the left field line to score a run. But The Yellow Jackets get some offense here with this two run homer but FSU wins the 8-7. The title game is tomorrow at 1.
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Six Major baseball games hit the diamond for some matinees intertainment today.
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In Boston, Seattle battled the Red Sox. Raul Ibenez homered and Dan Wilson had a two-run double to help Seattle [SUPER=

35-Seattle/5/Boston/4;]edge Boston 5-to-4. Winning pitcher Freddy Garcia allowed four runs on eight hits over five and two-third innings. He evened his record at 3-and-3.
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In the National League, Atlanta took on Philadelphia. The top three batters in Atlanta's lineup combined for six hits, five runs and seven R-B-Is during a 9-to-3 win over the Phillies. Rafael Fucal had a two-run triple, Dewayne Wise had three hits, and J-D Drew homered and drove in three runs.
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Kyle Busch ran into some good luck and then took the checkered flag in the Busch Series Carquest Auto Parts 300 today.
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To Lowes Motor Speedwaya we go. The rookie went ahead when leader Joe Nemechek lost control with 18 laps to go, then pulled away from the field before winning under caution. It was his second win in his last three NASCAR Busch Series races. He had just enough gass to hold on.
Jamie McMurray finished second, followed by Kevin Harvick, Jason Leffler and Tony Stewart.
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Number 31 Cingular Wireless Chevrolet driver Robby Gordon will attempt to run 11 hundred miles tomorrow in the Indy 500 and then the Coca-Cola 600. he has a few ideas on how to do it.
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The other Gordon qualified third for tomorrow's race and says finishing strong is the key.
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Of Gordon's wins in the Coke 600, his fist seems the sweetest. Travis Wells says his youthful teamate Brian Vickers hopes to capture that same emotion tomorrow.
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((May 29th, 1994 is a day that Jeff Gordon will never forget. Gordon picked up his very first points win ten years ago this weekend, the first of 66 career victories, including three in the Coca-Cola 600. The 4 time Cup series champ is still the youngest driver to win the 600 at the tender age of 22.
Gordon: Travis: Brian:
The 20 year old Vickers still enjoys watching a good cartoon, but there's no funny business when it comes to his first career start in the 600. The reigning Busch Series champ knows he needs a perfect night to win the longest race of the season.
Brian:
Vickers starts 5th and Gordon 3rd in Sunday's race. In Concord, North Carolina, Travis Wells, News 7 Sports.))

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Finally tonight, it's probably the slowest and cheapest sports car ever made.
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Italian artist Livio de Marchi took a tour of Venice this weekend in his latest masterpiece.
The wooden sculpture cruising the Grand Canal is a watertight Ferrari of sorts -- not as fast as the real thing -- with a maximum cruising speed of three miles an hour.
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