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Coming up on News 7 Mornin', The man accused in the murder of a Vinton family of four is back in the Roanoke Valley after two years.
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And the cargo door of T-W-A Flight 800 is found and shows NO sign of a bomb.
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Stick around -- News 7 Mornin' is next.

Bramblett


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After nearly two years Earl Bramblett is back in the Roanoke Valley--accused in the murders of a Vinton family of four.
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Bramblett waived extradition, rather than fight being transferred to Virginia from South Carolina.
The 54-year old suspect has lived in Spartanburg for most of the past two years.
Police have now confirmed Bramblett has been their principle suspect from the beginning- -
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from the day they discovered the bodies of a family of four in their burned out home on East Virginia Avenue.
Bramblett was a friend of the victims, and had practically lived with Blaine and Teresa Hodges and their two girls.
Police won't discuss a motive and won't say what led to the arrest Tuesday.
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Bramblett was brought first to the Vinton Police department for processing, than taken to the Roanoke County jail in Salem, where he awaits trial for capital murder and arson.
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Amph-lab


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Drug enforcement agents have come across a laboratory hidden in the Penhook section of Franklin County.
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D-E-A Agent Don Lincoln says it was inside a hundred- year old tobacco barn, further concealed by a thick lawyer of hay.
After digging through the hay bales, agents found a trap door and inside a state-of-the art stainless steel laboratory.
Lincoln says it was used to manufacture amphetamine.
Eddie and Ronnie Meeks were arrested along with Tracy Hancock... all three of them charged with manufacturing amphetamine AND marijuana.
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welfare


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President Clinton has said he'll sign the welfare bill that's now at the White House.
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The measure passed by the Senate last night would end six decades of guaranteed cash assistance to the needy.
Yesterday members of the National Organization for Women held a protest rally outside the White House.
The demonstrators want President Clinton to reconsider his decision to sign the bill.
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Under the bill, federal funds would be turned over to the states, which would make the key decisions about how the money would be spent.
It's expected to save taxpayers 54 billion dollars over six years.
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Olympic-Bomb


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We are learning more this morning about the security guard being questioned in connection with the Olympic bombing case.
Sources at the Georgia college were Richard Jewell once worked as a security guard say he told them he'd be a hero at the Olympics.
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The Washington Post also reports Jewell told colleagues that if anything happened at the summer games he wanted to be in the middle of it.
And while the F-B-I still appears to be very interested in Jewell as a potential bombing suspect, sources say so far nothing has been found that would link him to Saturday's deadly attack.
FBI Director Louis Freeh, testifying before a Senate committee, said sometimes suspects are brought forward and let go --it's just part of the investigative process.
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Jewell denies responsibility and has not been charged with any wrong doing.
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1-Sports


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U-S sprinter Michael Johnson has broken his own world record in winning gold in the 200 at the Atlanta Games.
Johnson was timed at 19-point-32 seconds, 34-hundredths of a second faster than his old mark set in June. He also becomes the first man to win the 200 and 400 at one Olympics.
Tiffeny Milbrett scored the game-winning goal as the U-S women's soccer team won the gold medal game against China.
The American baseball team is out of gold medal contention after Japan's semifinal victory over the U-S, 11-to-2.
And the Dream Team heads to the basketball final following a 101-to-73 win over Australia.
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Elsewhere in sports Victory Stadium is the site tonight for Roanoke Riverdawgs playoff action.
Mike Stevens has that story and more.
Good morning Mike.
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Yokohama


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Yokohama Tire's adjustment of production and inventory in its Salem plant has prompted the first layoffs there since 1989.
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The company made it official yesterday, announcing that over the next few weeks, 44 people will be laid off.
Yokohama first circulated word of impending cutbacks last week, but no firm numbers were given.
The company has also begun a one- week plant shutdown.
Yokohama is one of the region's largest employers, with nearly 800 employees.
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Tobacco


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It's one of the South's oldest traditions and hundreds were on hand in Danville yesterday to witness it.
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Holland's Tobacco Warehouse was the site of "opening day" for the flue-cured tobacco market in Danville.
The past few months haven't been easy for Southside farmers considering this summer's drought like conditions.
The rain which has fallen over the past ten days has helped significantly.
Depending on the type sold, the golden leaf went for anywhere from a dollar 60 to a dollar 87 a pound.
In fact, many experts are predicting a good selling season.
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During opening ceremonies, retiring Congressman L- F Payne received a letter signed by local tobacco farmers and warehouse officials thanking him for his years of support.
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Air-bags


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Air bags may save lives- but they can be dangerous for children.
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Now the government wants new warnings in vehicles pointing out their danger.
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Panetta also wants on off switches for air bags inside cars.
Kids can sometimes get caught between the air bag and the car.
Air bags are blamed in the deaths of 22 children.
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2-Scores


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Turning now to sports--
Alex Rodriguez drove in three runs as Seattle beat Milwaukee 9-to-2.
Jamie Moyer earned the win in his debut with Seattle following a trade from Boston.
Let's check out the scoreboards for the finals from the ballparks.
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2Headlines
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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The next stop for the welfare overhaul bill is President Clinton's desk.
The Senate gave the measure final congressional approval yesterday. Clinton has said he will sign the bill, which would end unlimited benefits for the poor.
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Multiple murder suspect Earl Bramblett has been moved from a South Carolina jail to one in Roanoke County.
He is accused of killing a family of four two years ago at their home in Vinton.
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And funeral services are expected today for Somali warlord Mohamed Aidid who has died from an apparent heart attack. Eighteen U-S soldiers died in a 1993 ambush while trying to arrest Aidid during the U-N peacekeeping mission to Somalia.
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And that's what's making news on this Friday August 2nd.
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Fire-Suspect


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Multiple murder suspect Earl Bramblett is in the Roanoke County jail this morning, after being brought here from South Carolina last night.
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Bramblett has been living in Spartanburg. He did not fight authorities' request to transfer him back to Virginia.
Police have now confirmed the 54 year old Bramblett was their main suspect all along in the Hodges family murders.
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Bramblett is charged with capital murder and arson in connection with the deaths of Blaine and Teresa Hodges and their two young daughters. The bodies of the victims were found inside their burning home two summers ago. Police still won't discuss a motive for the slayings.

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A bill that would overhaul the nation's welfare system is awaiting President Clinton's signature this morning.
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The Senate approved the measure last night, a day aft it won approval in the house.
Members of the National Organization for Women held a protest rally outside the White House.
The demonstrators want President Clinton to reconsider his decision to sign the bill.
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The legislation would end the 61-year federal guarantee of cash assistance to the poor.
Under the bill, federal funds would be turned over to the states, which would make the key decisions about how the money would be spent.
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Whitewater


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Good news for the White House on the Whitewater front.
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Late yesterday, a federal jury in Little Rock, Arkansas acquitted two bankers on four charges involving illegal donations to the 19-90 Clinton for Governor campaign.
The judge declared a mistrial on seven other counts which the jury deadlocked on.
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Meantime, former Arkansas Governor Jim Guy Tucker has been denied a new trial in the Whitewater affair.
Tucker wanted his two convictions thrown out because one juror married a man to whom Tucker had denied clemency.
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JEWELL


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More information this morning about Richard Jewell in connection with the Olympic bombing case.
Sources at the Georgia college were Jewell once worked as a security guard say he told them he'd be a hero at the Olympics.
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The Washington Post also reports Jewell told colleagues that if anything happened at the summer games he wanted to be in the middle of it.
And while the F-B-I still appears to be very interested in Jewell as a potential bombing suspect, sources say so far nothing has been found that would link him to Saturday's deadly attack.
FBI Director Louis Freeh, testifying before a Senate committee, said sometimes suspects are brought forward and let go --it's just part of the investigative process.
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Jewell denies responsibility and has not been charged with any wrong doing.
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twa-crash


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CBS News has learned tests on a section of the front cargo door revealed no signs of chemical residue or bomb blast aboard T-W-A flight 800.
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Navy divers and search crews working off the coast of New York's Long Island are hoping to get a break from Mother Nature today.
Federal investigators called yesterday the most unproductive day of the search yet, with divers facing 10 foot waves and 20 knot winds.
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The count of recovered bodies remains at 184, from a total of 230 victims.
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Aidid


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Somali's self proclaimed president, General Mohamed Aidid is dead.
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He was the warlord that gave U-S peacekeeping troops so much trouble during their mission in Somalia in 19-93.
Radio reports say Aidid died of a heart attack.
It was just last weekend that a spokesman said Aidid was struck by a stray bullet, but was treated and released from a hospital.
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3-Sports


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Michael Johnson completed his mission of an Olympic 200-400 sweep by winning the the 200-meter dash in 19-point-32 seconds -- a world-record time that broke the previous mark by over a-third of a second.
After four years of frustration, Idaho's Dan O'Brien won the decathlon.
He's the first American to win the event in 20 years.
The Dream Team is in the basketball final.
Charles Barkley scored 24 in a 101-to-73 downing of Australia.
Unbeaten Yugoslavia is the other finalist.
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Also in sports --they're gearing up for tomorrow's Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis.
Mike Stevens has that story and more.
Good morning Mike.
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2-Bramblett


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The man who's been the subject of a two- year capital murder investigation in Vinton was brought back to the Roanoke Valley last night.
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Earl Conrad Bramblett waived extradition, rather than fight being transferred to Virginia from South Carolina.
The 54-year old suspect has lived in Spartanburg for most of the past two years.
Police have now confirmed Bramblett has been their principle suspect from the beginning- -
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from the day they discovered the bodies of a family of four in their burned out home on East Virginia Avenue.
Bramblett was a friend of the victims, and had practically lived with Blaine and Teresa Hodges and their two daughters.
Police won't discuss a motive and won't say what led to the arrest Tuesday.
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Bramblett was brought first to the Vinton Police department for processing, than taken to the Roanoke County jail in Salem, where he awaits trial for capital murder and arson.
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Mason-Dixon


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The latest News 7 Mason Dixon poll shows that when it comes to the issues of the economy, character, and a balanced budget President Clinton is not faring all that well with Virginia voters.
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58-percent of those polled say they are concerned about the future of the economy and their own financial future.
38-percent think the economy is doing well.
4-percent are undecided.
When questioned about the significance of Whitewater-- 55- percent say the investigation has raised serious questions about the integrity of the President, 34-percent believe it has been a witch hunt and 11 percent are not sure.
Virginia voters did favor Clinton's views on preserving medicare. 51-percent said medicare is a vital program and should be preserved even if it means increasing taxes. 42-percent said medicare should be reformed even if benefits were reduced.
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Henry-Courthouse


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Henry County courts will soon have a new home, but the question now is--what will happen to the old building?
One group says it's a part of history that should be preserved as a museume.
Kimberly McBroom has more on the story.
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(( Serving for two centuries as the Henry County courthouse, this building has stood the test of time.
But now that this landmark is showing its age-- the Martinsville-- Henry County Historical Society is trying to preserve it.
They envision at least a portion of the courthouse as a museum.
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: BETWEEN NOW AND NOVEMBER, WHEN THE NEW COURTHOUSE IS EXPECTED TO OPEN-- THE COUNTY WILL BE ASKING FOR MORE PUBLIC INPUT. THEY SAY IT WILL ULTIMATELY BE THE RESIDENTS WHO DECIDE THE FATE OF AN OLD LANDMARK. KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7, HENRY COUNTY.))
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4-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=Mike
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Turning now to sports--
Rookie Tony Clark hit his first career grand slam as Detroit pounded California 13-to-5.
Mark Lewis had four hits and drove in four runs.
Let's check out the scoreboards for a roundup from the ballparks.
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