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Coming up on News 7- A boating accident on Lake Moomaw leaves one person dead.
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Just one more reason why officials plan to be in the air tomorrow to watch folks in the water.
And severe weather is heading our way from the Midwest. Brent will have your forecast.
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News 7 is next.
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Severe weather is rapidly rumbling across the midwest, and it could disrupt some Memorial Day plans in Virginia.
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The strongest line of severe weather has reached the Mississippi and is swiftly heading east.
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There have been close to 100 tornadoes in the U-S this weekend, one of the latest hitting Marengo, Indiana today. That's about 35 miles miles northwest of Louisville Kentucky. There's nothing THAT severe in our forecast, but tomorrow morning could be stormy.
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Let's get the latest now from Brent Watts in our Weather Center. [Toss-2-Brent]



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[**ANCHOR TAG**] Two people have now died on area lakes this weekend, the latest on Lake Moomaw in Bath County. Authorities there say 39 year old Elton Edgar Brinkley of Millboro was killed today in a boating accident. No other details are available. This follows a jet skier's death Friday evening on Smith Mountain Lake. State officials say these latest incidents emphasize the need for boating safety, and tomorrow, they even plan to go airborne in their enforcement efforts. Jennifer Wishon takes us to the water.
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((((NATS OF OPENING SHOT)) An overcast day didn't keep boaters from setting sail Sunday. Many people are in town for a Memorial Day vacation, but those who frequent the waters say they're getting congested.


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((PHIL NIELSEN: WE'VE THOROUGHLY ENJOYED IT, BUT WE HAVE NOTICED AN INCREASE IN THE BOAT TRAFFIC.))
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And when the waters are crowded there's less room for error. Game wardens suggest boaters use the same common sense they use on the road-- Travel on the right side of the lake, be courteous, wear a life preserver and if alcohol is a part of your recreation always have a designated driver, because drinking alcohol on a boat is different than drinking on land.
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((KARL MARTIN: PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE THE NATURAL STRESSORS SUCH AS SUNLIGHT, NOISE, WIND AND VIBRATION INTENSIFY THE AFFECTS OF ALCOHOL BY THREE.))
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Alcohol-related offenses on the lake have declined over the past few years, and Martin says many people do take every precaution to stay safe on the lake.
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((FRAN NIELSEN: WE HAVE A LITTLE ONE WITH US AND HAVE THE LIFE JACKET ON JUST WHEN HE'S WALKING AROUND ON THE DOCK. I MEAN YOU CAN NEVER BE TOO SAFE WITH KIDS.))
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Still there are those who disregard the law. That's why, weather permitting on Memorial Day, the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries plans to do something it hasn't done since the early 80's- monitor boaters at Smith Mountain Lake using a "float plane."
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((KARL MARTIN: WE'LL HAVE AN OFFICER IN THE AIR THAT WILL BE COMMUNICATING WITH THE BOATS THAT WE HAVE ON THE WATER.))

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Game Wardens will also be teaming up with other law enforcement agencies for DUI Checkpoints this summer. Anything they can do to remind boaters to be responsible and safe while having fun. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Smith Mountain Lake.))
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[Take Boating Safety FS] If you'd like to learn more about boating safety, you can call the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries at 434-525-7522.
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Back on land, state police expects to be busy tomorrow, as it marks the beginning of the big homeward-bound rush.

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A record number of people is expected on Virginia's highways by tomorrow night. In fact, travel nationwide is up more than three- percent from last year. That's why State Police are beefing up their presence along area highways.
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((SGT. TOM FOSTER: WE HAVE AN INCREASED NUMBER OF TROOPERS ON THE HIGHWAY THERE TO ENGAGE IN OUR NORMAL ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES, BUT ALSO TO HELP DISABLED MOTORISTS TO HELP OUT WHEN PEOPLE ARE BROKEN DOWN OR NEED ASSISTANCE OR TO HELP OUT WITH ANY THING THEY MIGHT NEED.))
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State Police will enforce their "Click it or Ticket" campaign to encourage greater seat belt use.
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[**WIPE**WIPE**]
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They also hope the extra enforcement will at least reduce the number of accidents, and resulting backups, tomorrow.
When two pickup trucks spun out of control and hit a guardrail today on I-81 west of Salem, southbound traffic backed up a couple of miles -- and traffic will be much heavier tomorrow.
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Roanoke County police hope DUI checkpoints can help them find more drunk drivers and get them off the roads. They conducted two DUI checkpoints last night
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[Take DUI FS] and tell us they arrested nine drivers for DUI, and another for refusing to take a breath test. In addition, the checkpoints led to four charges for driving under suspension.
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Who's firing shots at a car wash at 3 AM? Still ahead, police hope you can help them find out.
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And when an art gallery owner shows a painting critical of US soldiers, the response leads her to go out of business.

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The house may be fairly small, but fire damage was still pretty big.
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Roanoke firefighters were called out shortly after ten this morning to a home on Beech Street. They say the fire started in the back bedroom, which was engulfed in flames when they arrived. The renter was home at the time, but was *able to escape unharmed.* Officials estimate the fire caused more than 100-thousand-dollars in damage to the home and its contents. No word yet on the cause.
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Danville police are investigating a shooting outside a car wash in the middle of the night. Police say 23-year-old Dexter Lipford was shot several times at Jay Boy's Car Wash. Lipford told police he did not see AND does not know who shot him. His wounds are not considered life-threatening.
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[Danville Crimestoppers FS]
Anyone with information is asked to call Danville Crimestoppers at (434)793-0000.
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The N-Double-A-C-P Roanoke branch held its sixth annual Citizen of the Year Awards.... but with a new addition.
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Organizers invited nationwide performers to attend this year's ceremony, and they honored fifteen local community leaders for their achievements.
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((THIS IS A GOSPEL EXTRAVAGANZA, SO WE ARE DIFFERENT THIS YEAR BECAUSE WE HAVE TALENT HERE. GOD BLESS TALENT FROM TOLEDO, OH. NIKKI "D" & THE BROWNS AND CALANDRA GANTT FROM ATLANTA, GEORGIA. ALONG WITH OUR VERY OWN LYONNEL STARKY AND THE SPIRITUAL SEVEN. SO WE JUST HAVE A WEALTH OF TALENT HERE THIS EVENING.))
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Organizers called this year's event a *big success* with attendance higher than ever before.
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The Saudis say they didn't have a choice. Still ahead, the reason behind a raid on militants and their hostages.
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And decades after leaving school to serve their country, two World War II Veterans have a new reason to be proud -- their high school diplomas.
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A Saudi official says security forces stormed a building to end a hostage standoff after they learned that hostages were being hurt.
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Dozens of hostages were freed, but officials say at least 22 people were killed when Islamic militants opened fire and took dozens of people captive at a housing compound.
The raid ended early today after helicopters dropped Saudi commandos into the building. Only one of the four attackers was captured. A spokesman for the Saudi Embassy tells C-N-N another militant was killed.
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In Iraq, gunmen opened fire on a civilian convoy of three S-U-Vs north of Baghdad today.
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An Iraqi security guard and bystander were killed -- the bystander's six-month pregnant wife was seriously injured. Four British citizens and an Iraqi jumped out of the vehicles, flagged down a passing car, and escaped. Jubilant teens stole tires before setting the cars on fire.
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Iraqi fighters clashed with U-S forces in the holy city of Najaf.
It's the latest in a series of skirmishes to break out in the area despite last week's truce offer by a radical Shi'ite cleric.
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And in an Iraq-related story from San Francisco, weeks of death threats, and at least one attack, have forced an art gallery owner to close up shop.
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It all started when Lori Haigh displayed this painting of Iraqi prisoners being abused by U-S soldiers. After the first day, someone broke her window, a week later, a man spat in her face ... then came hundreds of death threats.
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At first Haigh moved the painting from the window, but that wasn't enough. On Thursday, an unknown man knocked on the door -- when Haigh answered, the man beat her. Despite a show of support from artists and people in the neighborhood, she's closed her art gallery, and today, many of the artists came to pick up their work.
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Just weeks after taking a fall on his own bike, President Bush got a visit today from some real pros.
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Bush met with bikers from Rolling Thunder this Memorial Day weekend.
The bikers are part of a POW-MIA activists group.
Bush did NOT take a ride himself, though.
Instead he greeted and posed for pictures with the group, and then walked them into the White House for a tour of the Oval office.
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A wrap up of the Coca Cola 600 and the Indy 500, plus the ACC baseball championship is in the books and Major League baseball.
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But first our extra point. Americans Serena Williams, Venus Williams and Jennifer Capriati all won fourth-round matches today to advance to the quarterfinals of the French Open. Fifth-seed Lindsay Davenport didn't make it, falling today to the ninth seed 6-1, 6-3.
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Jimmie Johnson gave Rick Henrick his sixth win at Lowes Motor Speedway, leading 334 of 400 laps for his eighth career win and second straight in the Coca-Cola 600.
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Before the race, the drivers and fans honored those in the armed forces fighting overseas.
The race would not go well for rookie Johnny Sauter who hits the wall and is kinocked out of the race for his first DNF of the season.
Jeff Gordon also had a rough night, he finished 30th.
Ryan Newman brings out the fifth caution when Derrike Cope gets into the AllTell Number 12 car on lap 367.
With 32 laps to go the drivers pit with Jimmie Johnson in the lead but Jamie McMurray stays out and has the lead.
Then the move of the entire night. Johnson squeezes between the 31 and 9 car to move into second. He retakes the lead with 16 laps to go but Newman brings out the caution flag with 7 to go!.
We have a three lap shootout and Johnson blows away the field. he becomes the first driver this season to win the pole and race and he wins outright compared to last years win.
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Michael Waltrip was second, McMurray third, Matt Kenseth fourth, Elliott Sadler fifth, Dale Earnhardt Jr. sixth, then casey Mears, Jeremy Mayfield and Tony Stewart round out the top 10. Jr, holds a five point lead over Johnson.

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Lets now go to Indianapolis for the 88th running of the Indy 500. The event ran 29 laps and then was delayed for almost two hours by rain.
The action heated up. On lap 105, a three car crash at the entrance to the pits between Greg Ray, Sam Hornish and Darren Manning.
Rice grabbed the lead for good with 30 expected laps remaining, but then the rain forced a yellow flag after 173 laps. The race was stopped seven laps later. Rice is the 17th polesitter to win the Indianapolis 500. He finished first under caution. It's his first victory and it's the first win for the team owned by Bobby Rahal (RAY'-hawl) and t-v star David Letterman.

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Tony Kanaan (kah-NAHN') finished second, followed by Dan Wheldon and Bryan Herta in third.

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Plenty of Major Baseball Sunday, Lets start in the AL with the Yankees.
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New York battled Tampa Bay. Aubrey Huff had a rather huge day for the Devil rays. He homered twice and drove in three runs as Tampa Bay squeaked by the Yankees 7-to-6.
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In Detroit, the Tigers fell to the Birds 7-3. Baltimore scored six times in the ninth inning to jump past Detroit. Ugueth Urbina (oo-GET' ur-BEE'-nah) walked Brian Roberts with the bases-loaded to force in the go-ahead run during the big inning. Jerry Hairston and Larry Bigbie had two-run singles in the ninth. Ivan Rodriguez had a pair of run-scoring singles for the Tigers, who have lost six of their last seven games.
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In the National League, Philadelphia's Eric Milton had his longest outing of the season and a season-high eight strikeouts as the Phillies beat Atlanta 4-to-1. David Bell cracks this solo homer for the Phillies.
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Cardinals and Astros. Mike Lamb, Jeff Bagwell and Lance Berkman hit two-run homers in Houston's 7-to-1 win over St. Louis. Albert Pujols (POOL'-hols) hit his major league-leading 15th homer for St. Louis. He has six homers in his last eight games.
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The Florida State Seminoles won their fourth ACC baseball tournament championship this afternoon by beating Georgia Tech 17-5 at Salem Memorial Stadium.
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The Noles trialed 2-nothing in the second before going on a 7-nothing scoring surge. Shane Robinson goes up the middle and that plates Aaron Cheeseman on a Georgia tech error.
Daniel Wardell then singles to left to score Gibbs Chapman and the game is tied at 2 in the second inning.
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Up up 4-2 in the third, Wardell does some more damage with the triple to right center that plates Matt Sauls, 6-2 Seminoles and they beat Georgia tech twice and win the ACC tournament title with an impressive 17-5, 20 hit victory.
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Despite its early exit from the ACC tourney, The Virginia Baseball team will host an NCAA regional for the first time in school history.
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The Division I baseball committee announced this afternoon that the 42 and 13 Cavaliers will host the four team double elimination regional. The regionals run from Friday June fourth through Sunday June sixth. Florida State and Georgia Tech will also host regionals.
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To golf. David Toms shot a 2-over-par 73, but that was still good enough for him to post a six-stroke victory over Bob Estes at the St. Jude Classic. It's the tenth P-G-A Tour victory for Toms, who started the final round with a seven-shot advantage.
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The Senior PGA Championship final round leader is Hale Irwin. He has a one shot lead over Jay haas and Dave Barr. Final round play was suspended due to the threat of tornadoes in the Louisville area. It will resume Monday morning at 8.
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On the LPGA tour, Annika Sorenstam would steal the lead from Michelle Estill and win the Corning Classic by two strokes. Sorenstam finishes at 18 under. Its Sorenstam's 51st LPGA win.
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Virginia Tech is the host school for the NCAA Golf Championship at the Homestead later Tuesday. Among the top individuals competing will be Bill Haas of Wake Forest.
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The son of 8 time PGA Tour winner Jay Haas, Bill was the medalist at the East Regional last week at Yale and recently received the Ben Hogan award as the top collegiate golfer in the land.
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The nation's World War Two veterans got an education in the "school of life" as they fought for their country. But many gave up the dream of a high school diploma to do so. And on the weekend America dedicated its World War Two Memorial, Jennifer Miller shows us two men who never gave up their dream of a diploma.
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HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION IS A RITE OF PASSAGE .. BUT FOR WORLD WAR TWO VETERANS LIKE DON SILVER... IT IS ABOUT 60 YEARS OVERDUE.

(NATS OF DONALD SILVER ... WALKING W/ GRADUATES)


IN 1941 HE DROPPED OUT OF 10TH GRADE AND SIGNED UP FOR THE NAVY. (SHOW OLD NAVY PICTURE HERE)
DON SILVER/CLASS OF 1942 T-1, 2:43:37 - :42 "We come by this sign it says, 'Uncle Sam wants you.' I say let's go inside and see if he does (laughs)."

(NATS OF PEARL HARBOR VO)

AFTER WAR BROKE OUT UNCLE SAM ALSO WANTED DONALD BERNARD.

(VO OF OLD FAMILY PHOTOS)

HE WAS DRAFTED OUT OF SCHOOL, SERVED THREE YEARS THEN WENT BACK HOME TO START A FAMILY WITH HIS HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART BUT HIS SON SAYS THE PASSING OF TIME HAS TAKEN ITS TOLL AND BERNARD'S MEMORY.
T-1, 11:55 - 12:00 LARRY BERNARD/SON OF HONORARY GRADUATE DONALD BERNARD "... Somehow deep in his heart he knows all this is going on and he appreciates it."
BERNARD COULDN'T MAKE IT TO THE GRADUATION, SO HIS GRANDSON ACCEPTED THE DIPLOMA ON HIS BEHALF.

(SHOT OF DAD - LARRY BERNARD --- NEARLY CRYING/FAMILY IN BLEACHERS)


NEW BRIDGE: EVEN THOUGH NEITHER BERNARD NOR SILVER EVER FINISHED THEIR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS WORK ... THEY DID NOT MISS OUT ON AN EDUCATION. BEYOND THESE WALLS THEY GREW UP FAST ... LEARNING LESSONS THAT CHANGED THEIR LIVES.

(NATS OF USS LEXINGTON VIDEO)

SILVER WAS ABOARD THE USS LEXINGTON WHEN THE JAPANESE SUNK IT IN THE BATTLE OF CORAL SEA ...
T-1, 2:48:59 - :04 DON SILVER/CLASS OF 1942 "I got an education I couldn't have gotten anywhere else, but I got it about life."

(SHOT OF DIPLOMA)

WITH A CRISP NEW DIPLOMA HE WALKS DOWN MEMORY LANE
T-2, 02:57:16 2 SHOT OF US LOOKING AT WALL, SILVER POINTS, CAMERA WALKS IN DON SILVER/CLASS OF 1942 "There's Fitzsimmons I never will forget him."
AND THE NATION HAS NOT FORGOTTEN THE SACRIFICE OF SILVER'S GENERATION THEY LIVED A HISTORY TODAY'S GRADUATES ONLY STUDIED.
(PAN OF GRADUATES SITTING IN AUDITORIUM)


JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, ARVADA, COLORADO.))



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