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An enterprising Mark Warner visits Lynchburg, one of several places seeking to improve the business climate.
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And, Thomas Jefferson's stamp of *dis*approval is unearthed under the state capitol.
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Tonight on News 7 Sports - we'll check in on day one of the horse show. Plus, day one at Wimbledon,
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and Radford high school wins the coveted Wachovia Cup for VHSL beating 50 other Group A high schools.
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Light to moderate rainfall working its way northeast as a clouds stick around into the overnight. A look at what to expect for the remainder of the evening and the 7-Day outlook coming up.
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News 7 is next.
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((MUCH OF WHAT'S TAKEN PLACE ALREADY HAS BEEN THE RESULT OF WHAT'S TAKEN PLACE IN ENTERPRISE ZONES, AND I THINK WE'RE GOING TO SEE SOME MORE OF THE BENEFITS AS BUSINESSES CONTINUE TO MOVE DOWNTOWN.))
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For twenty years it's helped bring about a slow change for the better in downtown Lynchburg.
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Now, the Hill City's Enterprise Zone is back for twenty more.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.
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And I'm Shannon Young.
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The General Assembly first created Enterprise Zones back in 1984 to help stimulate investment in some of Virginia's economically depressed areas.
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Two decades later, their success can be measured in thousands of new jobs and millions of dollars in economic development.
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Steve Smallshaw is in our Lynchburg newsroom.. Steve what other cities besides Lynchburg got these designations today?
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There are five altogether, including four on our side of the state: Roanoke, Danville, Lynchburg and the Saltville-Smyth County region.
Leaders in those localities say the enterprise zones are an important weapon in their economic development arsenal.
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((I TELL YOU I'VE GOT THIS PHOTO OP PART OF THE JOB DOWN PERFECT..))
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It may have been a nice photo op for Governor Mark Warner, but Monday's announcement also represents a big economic opportunity for five Virginia localities.
Warner used Lynchburg's riverfront as a backdrop to announce the state's newest Enterprise Zones.. areas where the city and state can offer tax breaks and other incentives to lure new industry or keep existing businesses at home.
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((CARL HUTCHERSON/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: WE'VE STRESSED THAT ALL ALONG THAT IT'S DIFFICULT TO DO THINGS BY YOURSELF, BUT WITH GOOD PARTNERS YOU CAN REALLY TAKE OFF AND DO SOME THINGS.))
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((JERRY GWALTNEY/DANVILLE CITY MANAGER: YOU NEED THESE TOOLS TO MAKE THE DEALS, TO MAKE THE DEAL-BREAKERS TO GIVE YOU THAT LITTLE BIT OF EDGE TO CARRY IT OVER AND THESE TYPES OF THINGS DO AND IT'S A SENSE OF RELIEF TO GET IT RENEWED.))
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29 localities applied for the five enterprise zones that were up for grabs this year.
The cities with a proven track record had an edge up.
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((GOV. MARK WARNER: THE PAST RECORD HELPS, THE APPLICATION PROCESS, SHOWING THAT YOU'VE GOT A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO SHOW HOW YOU'RE GOING TO USE ALL THESE BENEFITS ARE ALL THE CRITERIA THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT USES TO MAKE THE ASSESSMENT. BUT YOU KNOW, YOU JUST NEED TO LOOK AROUND DOWNTOWN LYNCHBURG TO SEE THAT THIS IS A COMMUNITY ON THE GO.))
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State officials say the enterprise zones have helped create more than 23-thousand jobs in just the past ten years.
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They've also helped attract and support 450 million dollars in new investments.

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It is too dangerous for divers to keep searching for a woman believed drowned at Smith Mountain Lake.
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49 year old Judy Thurman of Roanoke jumped into the water after her dog Saturday afternoon.
Divers called off the search last night because the water is too deep and debris at the bottom made conditions too dangerous.
Authorities say they will still have boats out looking for her.
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[Rockbridge-Fatal]


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An accident in Rockbridge County killed a Lexington man this morning.
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Police say 19 year old Joshua Aaron Smith was driving on Route 612 in Effinger, when he ran off the left hand side of the road, over-corrected, returned to the road, and over-corrected again-- running off the left hand side of the road and hitting a tree.
Smith died at the scene.
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Officials say he was NOT wearing a seat belt.

[Arraignment]


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A Roanoke woman has admitted defrauding Home Shopping Network to the tune of 172-thousand dollars.
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Stephanie Diane Lann discovered a flaw in Home Shopping Network's accounting software that allowed her to issue refunds in excess of the original purchase amount. As a supervisor overseeing n-b-a- dot.com, she had the highest level of refund authority at H-S-N. She confessed to that in federal court today, basically admitting she used it to issue herself 565 refunds over a period of a year and a half. Lann will be sentenced in August. She already knows she'll have to pay back the 172-thousand dollars she took.
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[City-Council]


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They've been together for the last four-years and now Roanoke City Council is preparing for a changing of the guard.
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Today council paid tribute to three of its members. For Mayor Ralph Smith and council members William Bestpitch and Linda Wyatt - today's meeting will be their last. Smith did not seek re-election, while Bestpitch and Wyatt were defeated in the Democratic primary. The mayor says serving the city has been one of the most rewarding experiences of his life, but he is leaving office with one goal unfulfilled.
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((RALPH SMITH, ROANOKE MAYOR: NOT HAVING A DISCOUNT AIRLINE CARRIER MAKING A NUMBER OF FLIGHTS DAIILY. I THINK WE'RE CLOSER TO WHAT WE NEED TO DO, BUT I INTEND TO KEEP WORKING ON THAT GOAL. NOT DELIVERING THAT HAS BEEN A DISAPPOINTMENT.))
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Roanoke school Superintendent Wayne Harris was also recognized for his service. He announced his retirement earlier this year. Harris had been with the city school system for last 11-years.
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Virginia's capitol is being renovated from the ground up... but it's what's been found underground that has the attention of historians.
We'll show you when News 7 returns.
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And this summer camp's about as much fun as going to the dentist... and the kids love it.
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Some local students are getting their fill of summer camp.
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In fact, they're not only doing fillings, but root canals, and braces as well.
It's all part of the new health careers camp at the Science Museum of Western Virginia.
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((PATRICK ROCK/CAMP PARTICIPANT; VETERINARIAN HAS ALWAYS BEEN ONE OF THE CAREERS I MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN AND WE ACTUALLY GOT TO USE A DOG'S MOUTH SO THAT WAS KIND OF COOL))
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The Science Museum says this camp is just one example of the many learning experiences it provides.
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((NANCY MCCRICKARD/SCIENCE MUSEUM OF WESTERN VIRGINIA; WE HAVE LOTS NEAT PROGRAMS GOING AND WE'RE REALLY TRYING TO EXPOSE THE CHILDREN TO A WIDE RANGE OF TOPICS. AND I REALLY THINK THAT'S IMPORTANT TO THE COMMUNITY. ))
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The week-long camp is designed to get students interested in the medical field.
The students will also dissect cow eyes with an optometrist, and learn about anatomy at the Edward Via School of Osteopathic Medicine.
They'll also take a trip to Virginia Tech to learn about sports medicine. (+++++++++) [TAKE WDBJ WEBPAGE FS]
For more information about this or other camps, you can find a link the Science Museum web site on our web page at wdbj7.com.
Just click on websites in the news.
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A main Radford roadway is getting a facelift this summer.
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Reconstruction work began on Tyler Avenue lat month. The city says some portions of the road are more than 80 years old and have never been replaced. Crews are widening Tyler, building new crosswalks and sidewalks, fixing the drainage and even adding bike lanes. Local business owners call the work an inconvenience, but say it was also needed.
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((KEN DAY: SO FAR THEY'RE DOING A GOOD JOB. THEY'RE MOVING ALONG REAL QUICKLY. THEY'VE BEEN REAL SMART ABOUT THE WAY THEY'VE TRIED TO APPROACH IT. DOING ONE BLOCK AT A TIME. AND THEY'RE TRYING TO GET US UP AND RUNNING AS FAST AS POSSIBLE. AND WORK WITH US ON WHAT OUR NEEDS ARE. ))
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City engineers say the project will take two summers to complete. They hope to finish up about three blocks of the work before students return this fall.
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Stocks erased early gains to start the week lower. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW lost 45 points.
NASDAQ fell 12.
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[SPONSOR ANNOUNCE]
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A month before Roanoke's second annual Fiddlefest, a hometown artist is making noise about it.
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Eric Fitzpatrick painted the festival's poster. He's holding an exhbit at Center in the Square tonight to call attention to the event.
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Fitzpatrick also created the poster for last year's event which was the festival's first. The six-day celebration of bluegrass music includes discussions, concerts and competitions. Fitzpatrick says he tried to capture the blur of the musicians' movements.
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((ERIC FITZPATRICK/ARTIST: THAT'S WHAT I LOVE,W ATCHING THESE GUYS. THEY GET SO ENAMORED WITH WHAT THEY'RE DOING. THEY LEAN BACK, CLOSE THEIR EYES AND THEY'RE GONE. THEY DON'T EVEN KNOW YOU'RE THERE. SO THAT'S THE FUN OF IT TO ME IS WATCHING THE GUYS WHILE THEY'RE GETTING LOST IN IT.))
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An injury six years ago forced him to start painting with his less dominant hand. He now paints with both.
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The Eric Fitzpatrick Art Exhibit runs until 8. Admission is free. You can find a link to Fitzpatrick's website by logging onto our homepage at wdbj7 dot com and clicking on websites in the news.
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Fiddlefest will be held July 22 through the 24th - at Hollins University.

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Virginia's legislators have finally left the building but that hasn't stopped the noise and activity going on at the State Capitol in Richmond.
Meghan Muldoon tells us what the latest commotion is all about.
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Archaeologists have uncovered a jagged brick wall in a big hole beside the State Capitol but they say the significance of the discovery goes much deeper than that.
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((CHARLES LEEDECKER/PRINCIPAL ARCHAEOLOGIST: WE'RE FINDING THE VERY FIRST FOUNDATION THAT WAS REJECTED BY JEFFERSON.))
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In 1785, in order to cement Richmond's future as Virginia's capital city, building began on the State Capitol without Thomas Jefferson's original plans.
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It may not look like much but archaeologists say the 219-year-old, abandoned foundation is a valuable find.
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((CHARLES LEEDECKER: ANYTHING ASSOCIATED WITH THOMAS JEFFERSON IN THIS STATE IS IMPORTANT AND IT'S IMPORTANT JUST TO UNDERSTAND THE BUILDING HISTORY OF THIS NATIONAL LANDMARK.)) [RUNS:08]
Historians hope to expose more notable items during the two-year-long Capitol renovation and restoration project, including evidence that Native Americans once lived where Jefferson's monument to democracy now stands.
Meghan Muldoon, News 7, Richmond.))

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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports Radford high school wins the Cup, Venus wins her opener
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and Steve Mason checks in from the Roanoke Valley Horse show with a look at collegiate flair the event has this year.


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Beginning with today's competition through Saturday, the Roanoke Valley Horse Show's participants will generate over 13 million dollars for Roanoke Valley businesses. Colleges like Virginia Tech and Hollins are also cashing in. Steve Mason explains.
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((Hollins finished fourth in the nation and to improve the program, there aren't many places better to recruit perspective student athletes than the Roanoke Valley Horse Show. ((SANDY GERALD/HOLLINS UNIVERSITY EQUESTRIAN COACH:)) ((REBECCA WALLIS/BLACKSBURG HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR:)) Hollins, Virginia Tech, Radford, James Madison, and Bridgwater coaches are looking for talent this week. But the Roanoke Valley Horse show is also advantageous to the college rider as well. ((:)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((TERESA MCDONALD/VIRGINIA TECH EQUESTRIAN COACH:))
Three Tech riders are already on partial scholarships as part of the a Roanoke Valley Horse Show program. In Salem Steve Mason News 7 sports.))

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Radford High School picked up a big honor this afternoon as the Virginia High School League named the Bobcats the winners of this year's Wachovia Cup in Group A.
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The honor is given to the top high school in each classification based on its overall record in 25 state level sports.
Radford did not win a single team state title, but was in the top four in six different events and earned points in 9 different VHSL sports. No other Single A school from the area placed in the top 10.
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In Group Two A Jefferson Forest was second while Hidden Valley was fourth out of 62 double a schools. The highest placing Triple A school in the area was Patrick Henry in 27th.

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The 2004 Wimbledon tennis championships opened up at the all-England club today with what else but some rain and a win by one of the Williams' sisters.
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With sister Serena and her dad watching from courtside, Venus swept 106th-ranked player in the world 6-3, 6-0. Venus hit some serves at up to 122 miles an hour. It only took her 48 minutes to win, even though the match was interrupted by rain, and finished just before another down pour. The day also had a retro flavor to it.
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Martina Navratilova - the Nine-time champion returned to Wimbledon for her first singles match in 10 years Monday -- and at 47-years old rolled to a straight set win. She, however, is not the oldest woman to win a singles match at Wimbledon. In 1922, Britain's Madeline O'Neill was 54 when she reached the third round.

[S-Roy]


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The Roy Stanley Memorial celebrity golf tournament is coming up this Friday at Hanging Rock in Salem. And that means the auction and autograph session is also ready to roll Friday.
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The auction that gets underway at 7pm will feature everything from a full size Cowboys helmet signed by Emmitt Smith.

To a "real" coffee table book signed by Jerry Seinfeld. To our most unique item of all. Kroger's Jim Heninger, the meat manager for the South County Kroger, and the official cook for the tournament will come to your house or business and prepare a full blown bar-b-que for 100 people if you're the winning bidder for his services.
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[GO TO ROY'S WEB PAGE] The tournament begins Friday at one, the autograph session runs from 6pm to 7pm and the auction opens up at 7pm. There will be both a silent auction and a LIVE auction this year.
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[Miss-Virginia]
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Nancy Redd's reign as Miss Virginia is winding down.
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And today the young women who hope to succeed her kicked off a week of festivities in Roanoke.
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Twenty-nine young women are representing local competitions across the state. Today, they posed for photographs around the pool of the Hotel Roanoke.
The scholarship pageant begins Thursday night at the Roanoke Civic Center, and concludes with the crowning of a new Miss Virginia Saturday night. (------------)