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GRAPHIC=None Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.


You'll be double checking the
calendar again today..with highs
topping out near 80.


When will fall weather come
back?


Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has
the Skytracker 7 forecast after the


news.


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GRAPHIC=NONE A student at Staunton River High


School in Bedford County has died from
a staph infection.

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According to a family member,
senior Ashton Bonds died at Roanoke
Memorial Hospital yesterday after
spending a week in the hospital with a
staph infection.


This picture came from a MySpace
website -- where many people have left
their condolences.


There have been at least three
reported cases of MRSA -- a resistant
form of staph infection at the school
over the past few weeks.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Several children are recovering


after a tractor trailer and a school
bus collided in Amherst County.


Altogether, nine people were
taken to the hospital yesterday
afternoon, including six children.


All we know is that there were
non-life threatening injuries.

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The accident happened at the
intersection of Route 130 and Graham
Creek Road, around 3:30.


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VO NAT

*CG locator Amherst Co.


The school system says there were
seven students on the bus.


They are from Monelison
(Ma-Nelson) Middle School.


The driver of the school bus and
the driver of the tractor trailer were
also taken to the hospital.


It's unclear whether any of those
students or the drivers are still in
the hospital.


We also don't know who caused the
accident or if any charges have been
filed.


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GRAPHIC=PATRICK HENRY PROTEST A change in their lunch period


is leaving some Patrick Henry High
School students with a bad taste...


Now nearly 60 students are facing
punishment.


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VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke


The students staged the protest
yesterday morning at Patrick Henry
High.


Students say their lunch period
used to be 30 minutes and now it's only
20 minutes.


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INQ=There's no time to get..

*CG 2line Taylor Hepler

9th Grader

*CG 2line Connie Ratcliffe

Principal @14:46:27.00

:10 TAYLOR HEPLER, 9TH GRADER: THERE'S NO
TIME TO GET THROUGH THE LUNCH LINE AT
ALL AND THEN TO SIT DOWN, EAT,
SOCIALIZE ANDN GO TO THE BATHROOM LIKE
THEY TELL US TO DO DURING LUNCH - WE
DIDN'T THINK THERE WAS ENOUGH TIME.
(37)


15:41:43.00


CONNIE RATCLIFFE, PRINCIPAL: IN
ACTUALITY STUDENTS HAVE 26MINS FROM
WHEN THEY'RE DISMISSED TO LUNCH TO WHEN
THEY HAVE TO BE BACK TO CLASS. (52)


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OQ=.. back to class.


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Students say their protest was
met with threats of suspension.


Principal Connie Ratcliffe
rat-cliff says there *WON'T* be mass
suspensions, but students will face
punishment according to the school


guidelines.


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GRAPHIC=HOLD Several students have told News-7


they'll be protesting again today.


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WEATHER BUG


<< Good morning, I'm Meteorologist Leo
Hirsbrunner in the SkyTracker7
Forecast Center. An area of high
pressure will rule the region into
midweek. A southwest flow will
introduce some high clouds today and
Wednesday, but nothing more. By
Thursday, high pressure will slide east
allowing several disturbances to move


toward Virginia. This will lead to a
chance of showers on Thursday and
Friday (50%). Temperatures will remain
above normal through week's end, in the
upper 70s and low 80s. Based on current
models, the weekend looks dry and
seasonable with partly sunny
skies....TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny. High:
80...TUESDAY NIGHT: Increasing clouds.
Low: 56, WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny. High:
79��.Get the latest weather forecast
and radar imagery anytime on our
website, wdbj7.com. >>


WEATHER PRO


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kmcbroom@wdbj7.com

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GRAPHIC=None Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.


More mild weather as you
start another work day-- we'll see
highs around 80.


Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the full forecast details, in just
a few minutes.



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GRAPHIC=none Do you have a question for a


candidate running in a local or state
race?


The "Ask the Candidates" page on
WDBJ7.com has yielded three-dozen
questions and many responses.


One topic on the board is the


notion of doing away with personal
property taxes for disabled veterans.


Bob Grebe has more


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INQ=Arin Sime



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OQ=Bob Grebe, News 7.


<<


Arin Sime, the Libertarian
candidate for State Senate in the 24th
district has no objection to a bill
that does away with personal property
taxes for disabled veterans.


He says he would focus on
property tax reform across the board
for everyone in the Commonwealth...


Quote... "I will introduce a bill
to change Virginia to use an
acquisition value based property tax
system. This means your property taxes
would be based on the amount you bought
your home for, not the current market
value. The assessment of your property
for tax purposes would be capped at a
small rate of increase allowed each
year, meaning you would likely see a
maximum increase of 4 or 5% instead of


the 30% or more many people are facing.



Opposing candidates in the 16th House
District also weighed in...



Andy Parker said... "I would support
including disabled veterans in the
Governor's proposed Homestead Tax
exemption for seniors and provides a
20% relief on property tax."



While Don Merricks offered this
response...


"Since personal property taxes are
levied by the localities and not the
state, I recommend you work with your
local Board of Supervisors or City
Council to perhaps have disabled
veterans exempt from personal property
taxes in the locality where you live.
It is a tax exemption that all
localities in Virginia should consider.
"


Bob Grebe, News 7>>




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You can read all of the questions


and responses from the state and local
candidates... as well as ask a question
of your own in the forum.


Just head to WDBJ7.com and click
on "Ask the Candidates."

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LEO IN CHROMAKEY


LEO IN CHROMAKEY



WEATHER BUG


<< Good morning, I'm Meteorologist Leo
Hirsbrunner in the SkyTracker7
Forecast Center. An area of high
pressure will rule the region into
midweek. A southwest flow will
introduce some high clouds today and
Wednesday, but nothing more. By
Thursday, high pressure will slide east
allowing several disturbances to move
toward Virginia. This will lead to a
chance of showers on Thursday and


Friday (50%). Temperatures will remain
above normal through week's end, in the
upper 70s and low 80s. Based on current
models, the weekend looks dry and
seasonable with partly sunny
skies....TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny. High:
80...TUESDAY NIGHT: Increasing clouds.
Low: 56, WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny. High:
79��.Get the latest weather forecast
and radar imagery anytime on our
website, wdbj7.com. >>


WEATHER PRO


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kmcbroom@wdbj7.com

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GRAPHIC=None Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.


You'll be double checking the calendar
again today..with highs topping out
near 80.


When will fall weather come
back?


Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner has
the Skytracker 7 forecast after the
news.



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GRAPHIC=none A half- dozen brush fires


broke out along railroad tracks near
Brookneal.


CHANNEL=A VO-NAT
VO-NAT

*CG locator Campbell Co.


Two carloads of burning logs on a
Norfolk-Southern freight train sparked
the fires along McIver Ferry Road
yesterday.


Crews spent several hours hosing
down the burning logs after the train
detached the cars near downtown
Brookneal.


The brush fires consumed about
forty acres of woodland near the tracks
between Brookneal and Long Island.


No homes or other buildings were
threatened.


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GRAPHIC=BACKGROUND CHECK The survivors and relatives of


Virginia Tech shooting victims are
headed to Congress today.


CHANNEL=B VO-NAT


VO-NAT Dozens of family members have


signed a letter asking lawmakers to
strengthen the national instant
background-check system for gun buyers.


The law would close a loophole by
giving state financial incentives to
enter their records into the national


database.


The families hope the bill will
prevent another tragedy from happening.


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SOT FULL HOLLY ADAMS SHERMAN:


INQ=This guy was 11:08:22:00 THIS GUY WAS GOING TO KILL


PEOPLE REGARDLESS. HOWEVER, WITH ALL
GOOD CONSCIOUS I THINK I COULD SAY THIS
MEASURE MIGHT HAVE BEEN ONE DETERRENT
OF MANY POSSIBLE DETERRENTS TO CHO'S
ACTIONS THAT MIGHT HAVE MADE THE
DIFFERENCE. :36.


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GRAPHIC=HOLD The House already passed this


bill, but it has been stuck in the
Senate for months.


The family members are going to
the Capitol this morning to pressure
the Senate to take action.

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We placed the letter family
members are sending to Congress on our
website. To see it, just go to
wdbj7.com

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GRAPHIC=None Today marks the six- month


anniversary of the April 16th shootings
at Virginia Tech.


And starting today, the school
is honoring the victims by beginning a
service project called "VT-Engage."


The initiative has a goal of
600,000 hours of service.


Representatives of nonprofit
organizations in the Blacksburg


area signed up for spots on the campus
lawn to take commitments by


students, faculty and staff for
community service projects.


The school says that so far, the
response to the proposal has been much


greater than expected.


The kickoff will be held


simultaneously in Blacksburg and at


Tech centers in Abingdon, Roanoke,
northern Virginia and Richmond.

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LEO IN CHROMAKEY


LEO IN CHROMAKEY



WEATHER BUG


<< Good morning, I'm Meteorologist Leo
Hirsbrunner in the SkyTracker7
Forecast Center. An area of high
pressure will rule the region into
midweek. A southwest flow will
introduce some high clouds today and
Wednesday, but nothing more. By
Thursday, high pressure will slide east
allowing several disturbances to move
toward Virginia. This will lead to a
chance of showers on Thursday and
Friday (50%). Temperatures will remain
above normal through week's end, in the


upper 70s and low 80s. Based on current
models, the weekend looks dry and
seasonable with partly sunny
skies....TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny. High:
80...TUESDAY NIGHT: Increasing clouds.
Low: 56, WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny. High:
79��.Get the latest weather forecast
and radar imagery anytime on our
website, wdbj7.com. >>


WEATHERPRO


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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom

kmcbroom@wdbj7.com

ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM


GRAPHIC=None Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.


More mild weather as you start another
work day-- we'll see highs around 80.


Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the full forecast details, in just
a few minutes.


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GRAPHIC=NONE Many state lawmakers are asking


how they can close the gap in
Virginia's budget.


And the answer has Republicans
pitted against Governor Tim Kaine.


CHANNEL=A VO-NAT
VO-NAT

*CG locator Richmond


Bickering over the 641- million -
dollar shortfall continued in a House
money committee yesterday.


Governor Kaine has already found


nearly four- hundred million dollars in
agency savings and layoffs.


He'd like to dip the rest out of
the state's Rainy Day Fund.


But yesterday G-O-P leaders
expressed interest in tapping a fund
dedicated to state buildings.


The billion dollar fund is set
aside for projects like renovating
buildings at Radford University,
constructing a new engineering building
at Virginia Tech and expanding the
barracks at V-M-I.


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SOT FULL


INQ=What happens is that you may...

*CG 2line Del. Morgan Griffith


(R) Salem 10:48 DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/(R) SALEM:


WHAT HAPPENS IS THAT YOU MAY HAVE A
CAPITAL PROJECT THAT HASN'T YET STARTED
AND SO YOU COULD DELAY THAT UNTIL
THERE'S A MORE FLUSH TIME IF YOU WANTED
TO. 07


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OQ=if you wanted to.


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But Governor Kaine's Secretary of
Finance says the Rainy Day Fund was


created to stabilize budgets that
aren't meeting expectations.


Jody Wagner says it would only
take a few years for interest to
replace a withdrawal.


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GRAPHIC=NONE The state's earnings will be


reforecast in a few months- so
officials can see if the situation has
changed.


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GRAPHIC=STEPPING DOWN Mill Mountain Zoo is saying


goodbye to its zoo director.


Sean Greene is leaving- -20
months after he got there.


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VO-NAT The 36-year old has just three


more weeks on the job at Mill Mountain
Zoo.


He's leaving to become Director
of Community Relations at the zoo in


Dallas, Texas.


Greene came here- - in March of
last year- -from Fort Worth.


While he won't be the executive
director of the Dallas Zoo, he expects
to maintain close contact with the
animals in his new job.


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INQ=I NEVER WANT

*CG 2line Sean Greene

Mill Mountain Zoo Director I NEVER WANT TO GET FAR AWAY FROM
ANIMALS. IN LARGER ZOOS YOU'RE LUCKY TO
GET TO WALK THROUGH THE ZOO ONCE A
WEEK.


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OQ=ONCE A WEEK


VO-NAT VO-NAT


The primary reason he gives for
returning to Texas is to be closer to
his wife's family.


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LEO IN CHROMAKEY


LEO IN CHROMAKEY



WEATHER BUG


<< Good morning, I'm Meteorologist Leo
Hirsbrunner in the SkyTracker7
Forecast Center. An area of high
pressure will rule the region into
midweek. A southwest flow will
introduce some high clouds today and
Wednesday, but nothing more. By
Thursday, high pressure will slide east
allowing several disturbances to move
toward Virginia. This will lead to a
chance of showers on Thursday and
Friday (50%). Temperatures will remain
above normal through week's end, in the
upper 70s and low 80s. Based on current
models, the weekend looks dry and
seasonable with partly sunny
skies....TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny. High:
80...TUESDAY NIGHT: Increasing clouds.
Low: 56, WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny. High:
79��.Get the latest weather forecast


and radar imagery anytime on our
website, wdbj7.com. >>


WEATHER PRO


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