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A woman is part of the trio of suspects charged in an abduction and assault of two 14-year old girls.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

A former Neo-Nazi talks about her relationship with a Roanoke landlord accused of racism.
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[Sports-head]


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Tonight in sports, Cedric Humes makes a comeback in Blacksburg, and high school football practice went on despite the weather today.
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We'll head over to Roanoke County to check in on the Cave Spring Knights.
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As the showers taper off tonight, temperatures tumble fast. Details and the weekend outlook just ahead. [Open]
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Police say a woman brought two 14 year old girls to this house.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

That's where she and two waiting men are charged with sexually assaulted them.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


And I'm Shannon Young. [Giles-Assault]
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It started off as a four-wheeling trip through the mountains.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

But police say a change of plans put three people in jail for allegedly assaulting two teenage girls.
[BLACKSBURG DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Shannon & Susan/Microwave;]

Susan Bahorich has developed information on the charges and is in our Blacksburg Newsroom tonight. Susan, do the teenagers know the suspects in this case?
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[SUPER=@SUSAN1;]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg]

Keith and Shannon - Police say the girls knew the woman involved - 24-year-old Melissa Blankenship - she was family friend. Blankenship picked up the 14 year old girls for a trip through the mountains, but they never made it there.
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[VO-NAT]
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Instead, they wound up here -at Blankenship's apartment in the 14-hundred block of Wenonah Avenue in Pearisburg. According to the police, that's where Blankenship's boyfriend, 20-year-old Ryan Jackson Craft and 22-year-old Ryan Clay Gilmer were waiting. Authorities say the group took some sort of substance and the assault occurred sometime after that..
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[IN Q=A family member...]

((SGT. RICHARD GAUTIER/PEARISBURG POLICE DEPT.: A FAMILY MEMBER CAME LOOKING FOR THE GIRLS WHEN THEY DIDN'T ARRIVE HOME IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS OF AUGUST 1ST. SHE WENT TO THE APARTMENT WHERE SHE KNEW THE BLANKENSHIP LADY LIVED AND IN FACT, THEY WERE THERE. SHE INTERRUPTED THE EVENTS THAT WERE TAKING PLACE AND TOOK THE GIRLS TO THE HOSPITAL.))
[SUPER=01-Sgt. Richard Gautier/Pearisburg Police Dept.]
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[OUT Q=... to the hospital.]
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The three face numerous charges including carnal knowledge of a juvenile and abduction. They're held in the New River Valley Jail without bond. The group will appear for a preliminary hearing on Monday.
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Sgt. Gaultier (got-tear) says the case is still under investigation.
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Keith/Shannon-


[School-Resource]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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A change in the way Roanoke Police patrol the city will affect the way school resource officers do business this Fall.

[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Jenn/Newsroom;]
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As Jennifer Wishon reports, that has some parents raising their eyebrows. Shannon, the police department announced plans Monday to divide the city into four zones and practice geographic policing.
[LIVE=Jenn Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1;]


School Resource Officers once considered specialized units will now fall under the command of the lieutenant in charge of their school's zone. Former mayoral candidate and parent Alice Hinker says she thinks the new program has great potential, but is concerned the S-R-O program will suffer under the geographic system.
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((ALICE HINCKER: MY CONCERN IS THAT THE PLAN IS TO PUT THE SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER PROGRAM UNDER THAT SYSTEM AND IN DOING THAT THEY'RE PLANNING TO BREAK UP THE PROGRAM BASICALLY. IT WILL BE DIVIDED AND THE SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES WILL GO TO WHOEVER IS SUPERVISING THAT ZONE ON THAT PARTICULAR DAY.))
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Hincker says the program benefits from having one supervisor over the entire program - a manager that is in the schools and aware of any potential problems. She also argues children may not always live in the same zone as their school because of special educational programs.
But, Roanoke Police Chief Joe Gaskins says he believes the S-R-O Program will benefit from the new system.
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[SOT 11:59 (CITY COUNCIL TAPE)]
[IN Q=More officers are]

((JOE GASKINS: MORE OFFICERS ARE AVAILABLE TO GO INTO THE SCHOOLS IF NEEDED. THE S-R-O PROGRAM INITIALLY WAS A SPECIALIZED UNIT, NOW THEY ARE FOLDED BACK INTO PATROL WHERE THE LIEUTENANT WILL HAVE A GREATER OPPORTUNITY TO STAY ON TOP OF WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE SCHOOLS AND INVOLVE OTHER PEOPLE.))
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Alice Hincker plans to organize a community effort to ask City Council to prevent the S-R-O Program from being placed under the new policing system. Meanwhile, Sergeant Manuel Bocanegra - former supervisor of the S-R-O Program, has been reassigned to a patrol unit.

He's also filed a grievance with the city for what he believes was a biased performance evaluation.
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Shannon, that case is now headed to circuit court.


[White/Hardwick-Hoesch]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[ENG#=2]

A Roanoke judge today declined to enjoin the woman who handed out fliers last month, saying: "Meet Your Local Racist."
The judge wouldn't issue a temporary injunction, because, he said: that's "an extraordinary remedy reserved for cases of extreme urgency." He did warn the woman to stay off the man's property.
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(( It's the case of Anti-Semite Bill White and the woman he calls his former girlfriend. [9:44:50] ((BILL CLAIMS THAT I WAS HIS GIRLFRIEND. I WAS NEVER BILL WHITE'S GIRLFRIEND.))
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White owns nine rental properties in the Chapman Avenue area. He accused Erica Hardwick-Hoesch of trespassing and vandalizing his properties, says she cursed and threatened him by phone. They've filed cross warrants that are set to be heard in General District Court Monday. [9:48:55] ((THE MESSAGES ON THE PHONE IS AN OUTRIGHT LIE. I HAVE NOT CALLED HIM AND LEFT HIM ANY LEWD MESSAGES IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM.))
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Circuit Judge Bill Broadhurst rejected the request for an injunction in the meantime, noting what he called "mutual violations ...in the criminal sphere." [9:16:40] ((WE'LL GET IT. GIVE US TIME.)) White declined further comment, though his website, "Overthrow-dot-com" predicts Broadhurst's decision will be overturned on appeal. [9:17:40] ((THIS IS WHO WE SHOULD GET AN INJUNCTION AGAINST.)) Erica Hardwick-Hoesch says she understands the judge's admonition to her. [9:43:25] ((I CAN STAY OFF OF HIS PROPERTY. THAT'S FINE. I REALLY DON'T THINK THAT IT'S FAIR THAT I HAVE TO.))
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This was the 23-year old's first on-camera interview. [9:46:30] ((I'M A FORMER NEO NAZI. I WAS A PRETTY PROMINENT NEO-NAZI, ACTUALLY. But you've come completely 180 degrees from that? YES. THROUGHOUT THE COURSE OF MY INVOLVEMENT WITH THE WHITE POWER MOVEMENT, NOW THAT I LOOK BACK AT IT, I REALLY DON'T THINK I EVER WAS RACIST. I THINK THAT I WAS AN ANGRY, MISGUIDED TEENAGER. To use a stupid clich´┐Ż, now some of your best friends are Black? YES.))
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She says she feels good about herself now, instead of being so full of hate.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]
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Lynchburg firefighters can't wait to break through a big building. We'll explain just ahead.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

And acre by acre, there goes Virginia's farmland. State officials say it's going at an alarming rate.
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It's hard to miss -- orchard or pasture land that is now pavement and and business buildings.
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State officials say Virginia farmland is disappearing at an alarming rate. Meghan Muldoon has more on this story.
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Governor Warner picked up some tomatoes and peanuts at the Richmond Farmer's Market to help promote Virginia agriculture.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: IT'S A CHANCE TO SUPPORT VIRGINIA FARMERS IT'S A CHANCE TO MAKE SURE VIRGINIA FARMS STAY ACTIVE AND HEALTHY.))
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Farming is a 39 billion dollar industry in the state but it's future may be threatened.
Virginia has lost nearly 45-thousand acres of farmland every year since 1997.
Fields like this that were once home to grazing cows are now shopping meccas.
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((CARLTON COURTER/VIRGINIA COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE: WITHOUT FARM LAND WE WON'T HAVE FARMERS WE WON'T HAVE OUR RURAL SETTING BUT OF COURSE IT GOES FURTHER THAN THAT. VIRGINIA RANKS BELIEVE IT OR NOT IN THE TOP TEN IN SOME AREAS OF FOOD PRODUCTION. IT'S INVALUABLE TO PRESERVE THE INDUSTRY.))
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Land use is regulated at the local level but the state is stepping up to help localities preserve farmland.
The state is promoting purchase of development rights programs whereby cities and counties compensate farm owners who promise not to sell their property for development.
And in Virginia Beach, property owners pay a little more in real estate taxes in order to subsidize farmland preservation.
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((CARLTON COURTER: IT'S WORKED QUITE WELL. THE TAXPAYERS ARE WILLING TO DO THAT TO SAVE THE FARMS.))
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Homebuilders and developers point out that as long as the state's population continues to grow, so will the demand for more land to build new housing.
But that's a hard sell to those LIVING off the land.
Meghan Muldoon, News 7, Richmond.))





[Fire-Training]


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It's been a supermarket, a shopping center and an office building.
By the fall, it will be just a pile of rubble.
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But the Lynchburg fire department has plans for the city's old Human Services building before that happens.
They'll spend six days next week conducting various training exercises inside the 300-thousand square foot structure.
Fire officials say it's a unique opportunity for them to get everyone in the department some much-needed training time.
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((ROBERT LIPSCOMB/LYNCHBURG FIRE DEPT.: THE WAY THE BUILDING WAS CONSTRUCTED, IT WAS CONSTRUCTED WITH OPEN FLOORS PLANS BOTH ON THIS SIDE AND THAT SIDE, SO THE MAJORITY OF THE INTERIOR WALLS ARE NON-LOADBEARING PARTITIONS. SO IF WE NEED TO TEAR THROUGH THEM TO DO WALL BREACHES, TO NEGOTIATE RESCUES, TO SIMULATE CHECKING FOR FIRE EXTENSIONS, WE CAN TEAR WALLS DOWN, TEAR CEILINGS DOWN WITHOUT ANY FEAR OF AFFECTING THE BUILDING.))
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The building is owned by Centra-Health and is slated for demolition this fall.
The site is where Centra-Health plans to build its new cancer treatment center.
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[Stocks]


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Higher oil prices and disappointing retail sales threw Wall Street a one-two punch. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The Dow tumbled 163 points. Nasdaq sank 33.
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[Kaine]


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Virginia's Lieutenant Governor says a lack of health insurance is not just a concern of the unemployed.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Kaine visited the Kuumba (KOOM-buh) Community Health and Wellness center in Roanoke today. It's a non-profit health care provider that serves all patients, regardless of income, or whether they have insurance.
Kaine says the center is a model for a state where one in 7 residents does not have access to insurance.
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((LT. GOV. TIM KAINE; A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE A STEREOTYPE THAT A LOT OF THE PEOPLE WHO DON'T HAVE INSURANCE, MAYBE THEY DON'T WORK. WELL, 75% WORK FULL TIME OR LIVE WITH SOMEONE WHO WORKS FULL TIME, SO IT IS A PROBLEM THAT IS VERY ACUTE FOR WORKING PEOPLE.))
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Kaine says he will be talking to legislators this fall about giving tax breaks to small businesses that give their employees health insurance.
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[Economic-Strategy]


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[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=04-19 1:52:07]
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Southwest Virginia is making economic progress -- but still has a long way to go.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

That's according to a progress report from the Fifth Planning District Regional Alliance. Two years ago, the group started looking at ways to make the region more competitive in the global economy. Members found that the area is falling behind state and national averages in wages, manufacturing, and education.
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[IN Q=We didn't get into...]

((VICTOR IANNELLO/5TH PLANNING DISTRICT ALLIANCE CHAIR; WE DIDN'T GET INTO THE SITUATION WE'RE IN OVERNIGHT, IT WAS A GRADUAL DECLINE, AND THE MOVE OUT OF THAT IS GOING TO TAKE SOME TIME TO HAPPEN. BUT WE THINK THE STRATEGIES ARE GOING TO ACCELERATE THAT AND REALLY SET THE STAGE WHERE WE CAN MOVE FORWARD.))
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The report did say that progress is being made, especially in connecting parts of the region, and in marketing the area.
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[Sports Tease]


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Coming up, we'll dodge the rain drops with the Cave Spring Knights, Kevin Harvick talks about last year's win at the Brickyard, and
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we'll see how Tech tailback Cedric Humes has recovered from a broken leg.
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[S-Knights]


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We start on the high school gridiron. The Cave Spring Knights have good reason to be optimistic about the 2004 football season after finishing last year at 5 and 5.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


Cave Spring returns 12 starters from last years team that missed the playoffs by a few tenths of a point. Five offensive starters are back and the defensive unit returns seven starters in 2004. But head coach Ben Foutz says the combination of a recent OH and 10 year and a 9 and 2 season will help this team the most.
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[OUT Q=..one game at a time"]
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The Knights field two returning all district linebackers in Steven Fralin and Andrew Sellers, making the backers one of the main strengths on the team.
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Offensively, the Knights have installed a new offense that maximizes the strengths of the players on the field.
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[S-Humes]


[ANCHOR=Travis]
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While almost all of the off-season talk has centered around the Virginia Tech quarterback situation - the real question mark on offense is at the running back spot.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;:00]

Cedric Humes returns for his junior season as the starter - but he missed almost all of spring practice after breaking a bone in his lower left leg in the first scrimmage. And he still has a little limp in his stride.
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[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Virginia Tech Head Coach; :13]
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[OUT Q=...WORK HARD TO GET IT.]
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[VO NAT CON'T] Right now Justin Hamilton, who has added ten pounds to his frame, and freshman George Bell are standing by to help Humes carry the mail. The Hokies put on the full pads this coming Sunday.
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[S-Harvick]


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Kevin Harvick hasn't had a lot to cheer about this season. Harvick IS 10th in the Nextel Cup points race, but he has no wins and just 3 top 10 finishes. A trip to Indy this weekend for the Brickyard 400, might be just what ails the defending race champion.
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[S-MLB]


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[WIPE TO ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Oakland, CA/ESPN; :00]


Baseball's playoffs are still about 2 months away but the Yankees are already in post-season form. In Oakland today, newly acquired Jon Olerud came up big for New York with 3 hits, including a 2 run double on his 36th birthday.
Kevin Brown pitched like an ace for the second straight start since returning from the disabled list.
[SUPER=35-New York/5/Oakland/1/;]

Brown threw shutout baseball for 8 innings, striking out 7 as the Yankees took 2 of 3 from the A's, winning 5 to 1.
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Explosions, sarin gas attacks and numerous casualties; terrorists strike in multiple places in Virginia. It's not a real attack, just a way for local, state, and federal officials to prepare for the real thing. We'll take a look at the training, and the lessons learned, tonight on News 7 at 6.