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[VO-NAT]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning
Officials in Henry County continue searching for a bank robbery suspect
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[VO-NAT]


and the C-I-A comes under fire in the Senate's intelligence report. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[D'ville-Robbery]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=jen]
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A 14 year old boy is in custody after police say he robbed a convenience store in Danville this morning.
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Police say the boy, who has not been identified because of his age, broke into the Arnett Fast Mart on Arnett Boulevard just before 5:30.
Officials say the boy ran after they arrived, but was caught immediately.
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[anchor-Joy]
He took cash, magazines, gum, cigarettes and novelties.



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[ANCHOR=Joy]
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Henry County officials are looking for the man they believe robbed a bank earlier this week.
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[VO-NAT]


A warrant has been issued for 27 year old Victor Withers of Ruffin North Carolina.
Deputies believe he robbed the Fidelity Bank in Collinsville on Wednesday and is travelling in a black 4-door Hyundai Elantra with North Carolina license plates.
Henry County deputies say his accomplice is in custody.
Carl Jeffery Smith of Pittsylvania County was arrested in Danville on unrelated charges.
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[Senate-Wrap]


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The U-S goverenment did not have adequate information to justify going to war with Iraq.
That's the conclusion of a report from the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Kareen Wynter has details.
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That was Kareen Wynter reporting


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People on both sides of the presidential election and war in Iraq are voicing their opinions in downtown Lynchburg.


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For 137 straight weeks, this group of veterans and residents has been showing its support for the troops by rallying on Church Street every Friday.
Yesterday, they were joined by a man who also supports the troops, but wants to get rid of their commander in chief.
Jack Mills says the movie "Fahrenheit 9/11" turned him into a John Kerry supporter.
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((JACK MILLS/OPPOSES IRAQ WAR: FOR TWENTY YEARS, I'VE TRIED TO VOTE JUST FOR THE PERSON. AND WHEN I CAME OUT OF THAT MOVIE, I KNEW MOST OF THOSE FACTS, BUT TO SEE THOSE FACTS MADE ME A DEMOCRAT UNTIL BUSH WAS GONE.)) ((LEN GLASER/SUPPORTS TROOPS: WE'RE HERE BECAUSE WE HAVE A RIGHT TO EXHIBIT WHAT WE BELIEVE IN AND EVERYBODY HAS A RIGHT TO THEIR OPINION, WHETHER WE LIKE IT OR NOT. THAT'S WHY THE TROOPS ARE OVER THERE, THAT'S WHY THE TROOPS HAVE DIED AND THAT'S WHY THE WARS ARE FOUGHT.))
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[SUPER=01-Len Glaser/Supports Troops; :13]
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Glaser (GLAY-zer) says he and the other veterans will continue to hold their weekly rally until the last American soldier comes home.
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Fire has put workers at a Dublin plant out of a job for the next week.
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[VO-NAT]
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Yesterday, crews were using a crane to remove a 30 by 40 foot section of burned roof from the Electroplate Rite plant.
A fire broke out in the boiler room around 4:00 Thursday morning damaging a large section of the building. The plant manager says 90-percent of production is shut down. Electroplate-Rite specializes in applying a metal protective coating to metal parts. The company's hoping to get about half of its 58 employees back to work next week.
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One man's entire career has been built on tearing down what ever's in the way.
But that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Connie Stevens has the story of Roanoke's Demolition Man.
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You can take yourself out to the ballgame in Lynchburg every day in July... even if the Hillcats aren't playing at home.
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Local photographer David Duncan is ready to debut his multi-media exhibit "Peanuts, Popcorn and Cold Beer Here" at 1030 Main Street in Lynchburg.
The show offers 30 of Duncan's photos of the old City Stadium before it was renovated, along with audiotape interviews of fans and stadium employees.
Duncan's first show about Lynchburg in the days after 9-11 is now in the Library of Congress.
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[Focus-Health]


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[JOY ONE SHOT]
For a child, teenager, or young adult with juvenile diabetes -- they have no other choice but to be insulin dependent in order to stay alive.
That's why the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is on a mission to find a cure. [JOY/GUEST TWO SHOT]
[SUPER=01-Bruce Wood/Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation]


Here tell us more about an upcoming golf tournament and auction to raise money for that research is Bruce Wood with the Greater Blue Ridge Chapter.
1-why is this such an important issue
2-how close are we to a possible cure
3-how much money have you raised over the years
4-how can someone get involved.
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[Take Health info FS]
The 21st Annual Golf Tournament and Auction will be held August 1, 2 and 3rd. For more information you can 540-772-1975.
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Don't go away. News 7 Saturday Morning will be right back.
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We're taking decorating with candles to another level
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[TAKE Decor FS- Wx monitor]
in today's Decor and More.
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[VO-NAT]
[ENG#1]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning
The C-I-A faces tough criticism after the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee Report
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[VO-NAT]
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and groups in the Hill City may have differing views, but all voices are being heard. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[Olympic-Torch]


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After traveling through five continents the Olympic torch has arrived in Greece for this year games.
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The Olympic flame will now make its away around Greece before finally arriving at the main Olympic Stadium in Athens on August 13th.
In its four month journey -- the torch has been accompanied by security, surveillance, motorcades -- and even a specially charted jumbo jet -- named Zeus.
The cost for the global trip has been estimated at about 45-million dollars.
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Coming up - A Franklin County recording studio is singing so-long to Virginia and heading to Nashville
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and
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[VO-NAT]

"Anchorman" takes news to the big screen - and proves that popularity and competency aren't always the same thing.
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[lotto] [Break]

[Adelphia-Mistrial]


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[WRITER=jsu]
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He may be off for now -- but the former operations chief for Adelphia Communications may be tried again by the government.
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[VO-NAT]
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The judge declared a mistrial yesterday in the securities fraud trail against Michael Rigas. That's because the jury could not reach a verdict on the 17 fraud counts against him. The jury did however clear him on conspiracy and wire fraud charges.
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((IT'S A GOOD RESULT UNFORTUNATELY... THEY WON'T RETRY HIM))
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[VO-NAT]


The judge says Michael Rigas could be retried as early as the fall. His father John , Aldelphia's founder, and his brother Timothy WERE convicted Thursday of Federal fraud.
As far as the future of Adelphia, experts believe the cable giant will be sold rather then emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
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[11Doobie-Shea]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
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[WRITER=jda]
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A Franklin County recording studio that's produced award-winning music is now moving to Music City... and the record label that shares its name is dissolving.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.]


Doobie Shea Studios will soon re-locate to the Nashville area, where it will be closer to many of the musicians it serves.
Tim Austin built his first studio here in 1987, and says he hates to leave the area, but is looking forward to new opportunities in Tennessee.
The recording studio and Austin's home sit on 10 and a half acres near Boones Mill. The property is now for sale.
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[Biz-Review]


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Dan Chem locks out striking workers, and state lawmakers head back to work to correct a mistake they signed into law.

Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
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Union workers on strike for six months at DanChem Technologies have been locked out by the company. That's according to members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400.
They say the lockout took effect June 28th and the 55 workers still on strike may NOT rejoin the Danville company until the negotiations are resolved.
The company had no comment about the lockout, but the workers say they offered to return to work under their old contract and work until a new agreement is reached.
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State legislators are heading back to Richmond next week. Governor Mark Warner has officially called a special session to fix the legislative mistake that would have guaranteed Virginia workers Saturday or Sunday off for worship. The session will be held on Tuesday and is not expected to last more than a few hours. Last week, a coalition of businesses and the state Chamber of Commerce obtained an emergency temporary injunction to keep the law from taking effect. For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS] ))

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[11S-UVa]


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UVa rising senior Ottawa Anderson will not play for the Cavs this coming season. Al Groh made that call yesterday after Anderson's recent problems with the law became public. Anderson and an acquaintance, Jessica Turner, have been charged with assault and battery after police responded to a domestic dispute involving the two. Police also obtained emergency protective orders against both of them.
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Anderson started 13 games last season and caught 33 passes in his junior season. Anderson could redshirt this coming season and return in 2005, although that seems highly unlikely at this time. He is originally from Norfolk and Norview high school.
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Anderson's problems are unfortunately all to common in college athletics.
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And they are disapointing when you consider the amount of time and money UVa and Tech invest in educating their athletes about simply doing the right thing. Steve Mason wraps up our series "Above the Game" with a look at what Tech and UVa are doing to nip unacceptable behavior in the bud.
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[SUPER=01-Seth Greenberg/Virginia Tech Head Men's Basketball Coach; 1:15]
[SUPER=01-Pete Gillen/UVa Men's Head Basketball Coach; 1:42]
[SUPER=01-Al Groh/UVa Head Football Coach; 2:21]
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((Tech and UVa are bitter rivals but the Cavaliers are not only sympathetic but supportive of Tech atheltic director Jim Weaver and the Hokies in the midst of Marcus Vicks troubles. ((CRAIG LITTLEPAGE/UVA ATHLETIC DIRECTOR:))
Tech's football coaching staff and its administration go to great lengths each year to educate their players on the pitfalls of playing big time college football. ((BILLY HITE/VT ASSOCIATE HEAD FOOTBALL COACH:))
While Marcus Vick's future remains in the dark, suspended by the team, Tech men's basketball coach Seth Greenberg makes sure his kids see the light through a notebook equipped with countless newspaper clippings and headlines. ((SETH GREENBERG/VA. TECH MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH:)) UVa head men's basketball coach Pete Gillen floods his kids with constant reminders of what to do and what not to do.

((PETE GILLEN/UVA MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH:))
UVa's administration also takes preventative measures through selective recruitment and informative discussions with prespective student athletes before arriving on campus.)) (------------) ((:))