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Today on News 7, a fatal shooting at a high school earns a man a murder conviction.
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Plus, did the city of Salem get the message after the A-C-L-U became involved in a sign battle?
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We are watching the progress of a cool front and the changes it will bring to our forecast. Details just ahead.

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A local man mourns the loss of his son in Iraq.
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You'd never know there's a smoking ban in effect- one pub owner protests a new law.
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Plus we'll see the fastest growing sport in this part of the country. News 7 at 5 is next.

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A Pittsylvania County man is convicted of murder in a fatal shooting at a Gretna football game last fall.
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The jury came back with guilty verdicts against Edwin Hodnett today after deliberating for about an hour.
They're now considering his sentence.
The 23-year-old man was convicted of killing 29-year-old Lynndell Powell near the football field last November.
The prosecution said Hodnett pulled out a gun after Powell had a disagreement with another man and shot him twice in the back.
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The family of a murdered Grayson County football player is trying to keep the case from growing cold.
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Nearly two years ago, 18 year old Brandon Billings was found shot to death in his pick-up truck. Billings was a senior at Grayson County High School and a tackle on the football team. Investigators have NO new leads and NO suspects in the crime. His family is now scattering flyers in the area about their son. They're trying to stir up memories, hoping someone will come forward with some information.
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((SHERRY BILLINGS: I DON'T WANT IT TO GO COLD AND FORGOT ABOUT. AND BRANDON DESERVES JUSTICE. AND IF ITS ANY WAY POSSIBLE US DOING SOMETHING THAT MIGHT BRING THAT JUSTICE THEN WE'RE GOING TO DO IT.))
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[OUT Q=to do it.]
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The family is offering a 13-thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Brandon's killer.
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[Take Aprisa FULL] Anyone with information is asked to call Grayson County Crimestoppers at 276-236- 7300.

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A Roanoke family is mourning a young marine killed in Iraq two weeks ago.
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24- year- old Deshon Otey (DEE-shon OH-TAY) was one of four marines killed in an ambush June 21st.
He grew up in Kentucky,
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but his father Ronald Otey (OH-TAY), and several aunts and uncles, live in the Roanoke Valley.
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((RONALD OTEY: HE GREW UP AROUND FORT KNOX KENTUCKY HE LIKED FOOTBALL, BOXING, A LITTLE BIT OF TRACK, BUT MOSTLY FOOTBALL AND BOXING . HE WAS JUST A QUIET GUY, LOVED MUSIC LIKE ME AND BASICALLY TIL HE WENT IN THE CORPS AND DID HIS THING .))
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Otey joined the Marine Corps after graduating from high school in 2001.
He was buried with full military honors on Saturday in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
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U-S officials won't confirm reports that a Marine who disappeared in Iraq has been freed.
Corporal Wassef Ali Hassoun has not been seen for weeks now.
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Meanwhile it appears there has been another kidnapping in Iraq.. this time the victim is a Filipino.
In video airing on Al Jazeera television, the group threatens to kill the man if the Phillipines doesn't pull out of Iraq in three days.
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Also today the new Iraqi government is ready to crack down on insurgents with new powers.
The interim Iraqi president unveiled a new emergency security law with wider powers to safeguard Iraq's security.
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((IYAD ALLAWI/IRAQI PRIME MINISTER: THIS LAW IS REALLY DESIGNED TO PROTECT THE LIVES IN IRAQ WHETHER THESE LIVES ARE IRAQIS OR FRIENDS OF IRAQ WHO ARE OPERATING HERE IN IRAQ. WE WILL USE THIS AND THE ITEMS IN THE LAW WHENEVER IT IS NECESSARY TO DEFEAT OUR ENEMIES.))
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Today U-S and Iraqi forces chased down masked insurgents int he streets. Iraqi officials say at least four people were killed and 20 hurt in the battle.
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A Salem bookstore owner will be allowed to replace the lettering on a sign the city took issue with.
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Chip Givens of Givens Books says he used the now blank board to express dissatisfaction with road construction in front of his East Main Street store. The words read "Thank Mayor Tarpley and Forest Jones for this road mess" and were followed by a phone number for the city manager's office.
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((CHIP GIVENS/GIVENS BOOKS: EVIDENTLY THEY'RE NOT HAPPY ABOUT THE SIGN CAUSE YESTERDAY MORNING I CAME IN AND FOUDN THE LETTERS HAD BEEN CONFISCATED WITH A NOTE FROM CHARLES ALDRIDGE SAYING TO CALL HIM ABOUT THE LETTERS.)) ((CHARLES ALDRIDGE/SALEM BUILDING OFFICIAL: WE GOT SO MANY CITIZEN COMPLAINTS STARTING LAST WEEK. IT WAS JUST DISTASTEFUL AND SO , IT HAD BEEN UP LONG ENOUGH THAT I FELT IT WAS TIME TO COME DOWN.))
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Aldridge said city ordinance requires such signs to pertain directly to business. But this afternoon, he decided to consult with the city attorney and, in the meantime, will allow Givens to replace the message.
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Also today, the ACLU wrote Aldridge a letter accusing Salem of suppressing Givens' right to free speech. The city says Aldridge made his decision before seeing that letter.

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Coming up next on the newscast, state tourism is about to set a new record,
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Plus as John Kerry and his new running mate campaign together for the first time, the President invades John Edwards' home turf.
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The Kerry Edwards team isn't wasting anytime.. today kicking off a four day tour in Ohio.
The state could go either way in November.. as Stacy Case reports from Cleveland.
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((THE NEW DEMOCRATIC DUO HIT THE GROUND RUNNING, HEAPING PRAISE ON EACH OTHER EVERY STEP OF THE WAY. SUPER: SEN JOHN KERRY/DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE this is a man who shares my unyielding sense of optimism in america. SEN JOHN EDWARDS/DEMOCRATIC VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE what I saw is a man who has the strength, courage, vision, determination, heart to be a great president.
AFTER AN EARLY MORNING APPEARANCE ON KERRY'S PENNSYLVANIA FARM--- THE TWO CANDIDATES AND THEIR FAMILIES HOPED TO MAKE A

BIG SPLASH IN THE BUCKEYE STATE. OHIO IS A SWING STATE WHERE GEORGE BUSH WON A CLOSE RACE WITH AL GORE FOUR YEARS AGO.
SEN JOHN EDWARDS/DEMOCRATIC VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE what I know is we're going to win this election and make america stronger all around the world the america that all of us believe in. KERRY PLAYED UP HIS RUNNING MATE'S CHARISMA AND HUMBLE ROOTS. SUPER: SEN JOHN KERRY/ DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE you are the first city in America to get a new kind of electricity called john edwards EDWARDS HILIGHTED KERRY'S WAR SERVICE. AND THEY JOKED ABOUT ONE THING THEY DEFINITELY HAVE IN COMMON. SEN JOHN KERRY/DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE we've got a better sense of what's happening to america and we've got better hair!!! THE FORMER RIVALS PLAN TO KEEP THE MOMENTUM GOING, UNVEILING SEVEN NEW ADS STACY CASE/REPORTING: AND, EMBARKING ON A 6 STATE TOUR. AFTER STOPS IN OHIO, THE FAMILIES FLY TO FLORIDA FOR A LATE NIG
HT APPEARANCE. THEY'LL WRAP UP THIS WEEKEND IN NORTH CAROLINA--- EDWARDS HOME STATE AND GEORGE BUSH'S TO LOSE. STACY CA

SE CBS NEWS CLEVELAND.))

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President Bush entered John Edward's hometown today. The President raised doubts that the democratic candidate had the right stuff to be vice president.
Aleen Sirgany reports.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH HIT THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL, ONE DAY AFTER JOHN KERRY SELECTED JOHN EDWARDS AS HIS NUMBER TWO. MR. BUSH'S TRAVELS TOOK HIM TO NORTH CAROLINA: EDWARD'S HOME STATE. IT'S EDWARDS TERRITORY, BUT IT'S A STATE PRESIDENT BUSH EASILY WON FOUR YEARS AGO.

(SOT)BUSH i am going to carry the south because the people understand we

share values
ON THE OFFENSIVE, THE PRESIDENT ATTACKED EDWARDS FOR HIS ROLE IN BLOCKING THE PRESIDENT'S NOMINEES TO THE FEDERAL BENCH.

(SOT)BUSH sen edwards will not allow two of the nominees to even get to

the committee for a hearing.
AND WHEN ASKED HOW EDWARDS STACKS UP AGAINST HIS VICE PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY, THE PRESIDENT WAS BLUNT:

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AT BUSH/CHENEY HEADQUARTERS....

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...CAMPAIGN WORKERS ARE HITTING THE PHONES AND SAY THEY'RE READY FOR A TOUGH FIGHT.

(SOT Nicolle Devenish/Bush Campaign Spokesman) We're not taking any

states for granted

(SIRGANY BRIDGE) AND TO KEEP THE PRESIDENT IN OFFICE FOR ANOTHER FOUR

YEARS IS NO SHOE-IN. RECENT POLLS SHOW THE PRESIDENT'S APPROVAL RATING AT NEARLY AN ALL TIME LOW...WITH THE NEWLY COMPLETE DEMOCRATIC TICKET TAKING A LEAD IN A HEAD-TO-HEAD CONTEST.

(SOT Devenish) This is a real turning point in the campaign. You'll see

a real contrast between president's optimistic message and democrats who go around the country and talk down the economic recovery.
THE PRESIDENT SAYS HE'S LOOKING FORWARD TO A TOUGH SPIRITED CONTEST. AS HE FIGHTS TO KEEP HIS JOB, IT VERY WELL MAY BE TOUGHER THAN HE IMAGINED. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASH.))

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A no smoking ban apparently means no business for one Irish pub- so the owner's rebelling.
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The co owner of Fibber Magees put ashtrays back on tables and invited smokers to light up.
Since then, the place has been packed-
The smoking ban took effect in March to protect workers- but the pub owners says the cut in business has been so bad, he's had to cut staff.
He says if the pub is on its way to bankruptcy it'll go out in a puff of smoke.
The pub could face fines or lose its license.
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It is shaping up to be a banner year for Virginia tourism.
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Visits to the state dropped off after the terrorist attacks of September 11th.
Last year, tourism started to rebound but then the state was hit with its wettest spring and summer on record.
This year, though, state tourism officials say everything is looking up.
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((ALISA BAILEY/VIRGINIA TOURISM CORPORATION: LODGING IS UP ALMOST TEN PERCENT THROUGH APRIL, RESTAURANT SALES ARE UP 14-POINT-FIVE PERCENT, OUR WELCOME CENTER VISITATION WHICH HAS BEEN VERY FLAT IS UP 11-POINT-FOUR PERCENT. AND THIS IS BEFORE THE HEIGHT OF OUR SUMMER SEASON. WE'RE VERY CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC THAT THIS IS GOING TO BE A RECORD YEAR FOR VIRGINIA TOURISM.))
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The Virginia Tourism Corporation says the increases are higher than expected.
Tourism in the state is currently a 14 billion dollar industry with over 264-thousand employees.
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Up next on the newscast,
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[VO] former N-B-A star Dennis Rodman is considering working out with the Bulls, but it's probably not what you think.
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It's the time of year in Spain when men want to show what they're made of, regardless of the risk.
Sharyn Alfonsi shows us Day one of the running of the bulls.
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Fueled by equal amounts of determination
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1;21 "We're gonna conquer. The bulls won't catch us today."
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and drink.
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1:39 "Cheers!"
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Thousands of thrill seekers risked life and limb..
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nats: 1:59 Arghhh!
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.. to run with the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain on Wednesday.
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3:34 I've never been seriously injured, I lost my kidney one year.
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61 year old Joseph Distler has been gored three times. He's run every year since 19-67.
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3:02 I woke up at 4 this morning with cramps in my stomach, I got so excited being out there. There are few things in life that still bring my excitement at my age, that is bulls and beautiful women.
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And a man who was once tried to be both - Former cross-dressing basketball star, Dennis Rodman --watched it all from a nearby balcony.
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2;29 I wish I would have got closer. I wanted to get closer to the bulls. Hopefully, tomorrow I'll get closer.
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Still, for some there will be no "next time".
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4:19 Terrifying. I will never do that again. Big tick in the box. Never again.
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In alleys this narrow, you don't have to face your fears.
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nats: 3: 21 stampede
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.you just have to out run them. Sharyn Alfonsi, CBS News New York.))

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Coming up next in Sports, Lance Armstrong is on a roll in the Tour DuFrance.
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Then if you promise to keep it quiet, we'll tell you why one baseball team replaced its ushers with librarians last night.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the midweek ticker. We begin tonight with the Tour De France - where American Lance Armstrong has moved into the lead.
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Today, the talented Texan and his US Postal Service teammates simply dominated the 40 mile team time trial. Despite racing in terrible conditions today that would see several riders get up close and personal with the pavement.
Armstrong and his teammates averaged 32 miles an hour and posted the third fastest time trial in the race's history. And here's why it will be tough to beat Lance. As they approached the finish line today, watch Armstrong's teammates wave him to the front so he could finish at the front of the pack and don the yellow jersey.
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The Roanoke College lacrosse camp is coaching and teaching 165 kids this week.
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Roanoke College men's lacrosse coach Bill Pilat is holding his 15th annual camp. This summer kids ages seven to 18 are attending the five day camp. Eight states are represented ranging from Texas to Tennessee to New York. Pilat's camp is not just about lacrosse. He brings in the Roanoke College admissions department to talk with the kids about choosing and preparing for college.
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Coming up at six, we will here from a few of the 25 local campers attending camp, including words from Cave Spring and Blacksburg lacrosse players.
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The Charlotte Bobcats, the NBA's newest franchise picked up its first summer league win last night by beating the Toro
nto Raptors 69-to-53 in a game played in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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The Bobcats worked on a two point lead after a quarter and showed the new staff that it knows how to finish. Toronto never got closer than 12 points the rest of the way. Tamar Slay, a second year player out of Marshall led the way for the Bobcats with 15 points on 7 out of 12 shooting. As a team Charlotte shot 43 percent. The Raptors were led by a familiar face - former UVa star Roger Mason, Jr. He dropped in 9 points and appears to be fully recovered from his the knee injury he suffered before his rookie season.
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And I have a program reminder for you. Starting tomorrow night - News 7 Sports will begin a two part series entitled "Above the Game."
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[GO TO PINNACLE PAGE] Steve Mason has spent the past several weeks talking with a variety of coaches and adminstrators at both Virginia Tech and UVa in an attempt to get a handle on why athletes are acting like they're above the law and the games they play. Join us Thursday and Friday nights on News 7 at six and 11. Take care everybody. Jean will be right back.
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On Wall Street today, the stock markets were able to overcome some bad news from the tech sector. As Alexis Christoforous tells us, the markets still managed to post some slight gains.
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The crowd at a minor league baseball game was unusually quiet last night.
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That's because the Brockton Rox were trying to set a record for the quietest baseball game.
The nearly four thousand fans were asked to be absolutely silent for the first five innings of the game last night.

They were given signs reading "boo" and "Yeah" so they could use to express themselves.
Those that thought they would have a hard time were given duct tape to put over their mouths.
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[SOT CBS Server 1:18 in]
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((ED NOTTLE/BROCKTON ROX MANAGER: "I DIDN'T THINK THE FANS WOULD RESPECT IT THIS MUCH BUT THEY'RE WORKING HARD AT IT, IT'S KIND OF HARD NOT TO HOLLER, ACTUALLY THERE'S COUPLE UP THERE I'D LIKE TO YELL BACK AT; WE'VE BEEN LISTENING TO THEM FOR THREE YEARS, I THOUGHT THIS COULD BE MY CHANCE, I MIGHT WAIT TILL THE 5TH INNING TO HAVE A FEW THING TO SAY."))
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To make sure everybody kept quiet, the normal ushers were replaced with librarians.
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