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Next on News 7-
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The man convicted of killing four family members in Amherst county dies by lethal injection.
These wrecked cars are the result of a police chase tonight-
Someone's going through the mail in Roanoke- but postal officials say don't worry.
And kennedy items go up for bids.
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News 7 is next.

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Good Evening.
The man convicted of killing his father and three other relatives in Amherst county was executed tonight by lethal injection.
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Douglas Buchanan Junior smiled at witness and said quote "Get the ride started. I'm ready to go."
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Was someone going through mail in one Roanoke neighborhood? The answer was yes, but we'll tell you why residents don't need to worry about it.
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Plus how much would you pay for a comb JFK used? How about eleven hudnred dollars- Kennedy items go up for bids tonight.
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Join us for News 7 at Eleven. [open]
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[Buchanan]


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There was no last minute reprieve for Douglas Buchanan.
Tonight the 29 year old man was executed for murdering four members of his Amherst County family in 1987.
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Joe Dashiell reports from the Greensville Correctional Center where the sentence was carried out tonight.
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((Q&A: You made no mention of protestors, were there any there tonight?))

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Two people are in the hospital and a third in jail after a stabbing and car chase tonight in Roanoke.
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City police were responding to a stabbing in the 16-hundred block of Eastern Avenue.
Police pursued the suspect once his vehicle was spotted a few blocks away from the fight.
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((VICINITY G.C. HURLEY/ROANOKE CITY POLICE; IN THE VICINITY OF WILLIAMSON AND ORANGE, THE HOOD OF THE CAR FLEW UP AND THE DRIVER COULDN'T SEE WHERE HE WAS GOING. SO HE HAD TO LEAN OUT THE WINDOW AND CONTINUED DOWN ORANGE AVENUE, TURNED SOUTH ONTO 8TH STREET, MADE A LEFT ON MCDOWELL AND ENDED UP WRECKING INTO A TELEPHONE POLE.))
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The suspect then tried to escape officers on foot, but was caught a few blocks later.
The stabbing victim and a passenger in the car were both transported to the hospital.
The names of the suspect and victim are being withheld pending an investigation.
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He could face the death penalty for killing a North Carolina woman after stealing her pocketbook.
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((HOW SAY YOU TO THIS INDICTMENT GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY. GUILTY.))
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Joe Adrian Leftwich pleaded guilty today in Danville Circuit Court to ten charges including capital murder and robbery.
He admits he shot Teresa Anderson Hayes in the head in December 1997.
She was found dead in her car on Chatham Avenue in Danville.
Leftwich faces the death penalty on the capital murder charge and a maximum life sentence on the robbery charge.
His sentencing has been postponed while the case is still being investigated.
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[Cressel]


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A search of Emmett Cressell, Junior's jail cell ONE week before trial has prompted his attorneys to seek a delay.
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Cressell is one of two suspects accused of burning and decapitating a black man in Grayson County last summer.
His attorneys, Jeff Dorsey and Mark Claytor, say they'll ask a judge tomorrow to delay the case in order to investigate last week's search of their client's jail cell.
Officials were reportedly looking for marijuana.
But Dorsey, who met with his client today, says several things don't add up.
Dorsey says the lead investigator in the murder case was involved in the search.
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He also says a box containing legal letters was taken from Cressell's jail cell and when it was returned Cressell was convinced someone had been rifling through it.
Dorsey is also suspicious of the search because of it's close proximity to Cressell's trial date.

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The Grayson County murder was on the mind of the president of the N-double-A-C-P today.
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Local N-double-A-C-P officials greeted (Kwah-EE-see oom-FOO-may) Kweisi Mfume at the Roanoke airport this afternoon.
Speaking tonight on the topic of "Rebuilding Community" at Virginia Tech, Mfume was very aware that he was not far from the place where Garnett Johnson was burned and beheaded.
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Louis Ceperano and Emmett Cressell are charged with first degree murder in Johnson's death last July.
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((KWEISI MFUME/NAACP PRESIDENT; THAT TRAGIC INCIDENT THAT OCCURRED HERE WAS HORRIFIC FOR THE AREA, BUT I CAN GUARANTEE YOU THAT THE ENTIRE NATION FELT A SENSE OF LOSS AND PARTICULARLY THOSE OF US OF AFRICAN ANCESTRY BECAUSE OF THE EVILS THAT WE FIGHT EVERY DAY, NOT BY OURSELVES, BUT WITH OTHERS, BELIEVING THAT WE'RE GETTING BETTER IN THIS COUNTRY, AND THINGS LIKE THAT MAKE IT SEEM LIKE PERHAPS WE'RE GETTING WORSE.))
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Mfume says he is traveling to college campuses like Tech because the leaders of tomorrow are sitting in the classrooms today.
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[Shockley]


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Pulaski County's top prosecutor is debating whether he'll appeal a decision handed down by Circuit Court judge Colin Gibb.
Yesterday-- former Pulaski County deputy Terry Smith pleaded guilty to FELONY theft for stealing an above ground swimming pool.
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Judge Gibb reduced the charge to a MISDEMEANOR to prevent the 28- year old man from losing future job opportunities.

Prosecutor Shockley was outraged by the judge's leniency and worries it will send the wrong message.
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((EVERETT SHOCKLEY/PULASKI CO. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTY.:IT'S NOT A CASE WHERE HE WAS PROBABLY TRYING TO GIVE SPECIAL CONSIDERATION TO A POLICE OFFICER FOR THAT REASON ONLY, I THINK HE WAS BASING HIS DECISION ON HIS GOOD RECORD WHICH, INCLUDED, OF COURSE, YEARS OF SERVICE AS A PULASKI OFFICER AND AS A PULASKI DEPUTY BUT I THINK A LOT OF PEOPLE WILL SEE IT SIMPLY AS FAVORITISM FOR A POLICE OFFICER. ))
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Shockley respects and considers Judge Gibb a friend-- despite their differing opinions.


Toss-2-Robin Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey

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Still to come on News 7 at 11, some Roanoke residents are worried after they see someone going through their mail,
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and the I-R-S could soon change the way it does business.
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((THE CHANGE IS TO FOCUS THE IRS SO AMERICAN TAXPAYERS ALWAYS COME FIRST AND OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE IS SECOND TO NONE.))


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Income tax offices could open on Saturday's during tax time.
It's just one of 200 changes the Vice President is proposing.
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Al Gore says the proposed changes should make the tax process less TAXING and more user friendly.
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((AL GORE/VICE PRESIDENT: THE STEPS I'M ANNOUNCING TODAY WILL HEP SAVE TIME, PAPER AND POSTAGE FOR MILLIONS OF AMERICANS.))
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Other proposed changes: IRS employees will be evaluated on their customer service skills, not the number of cases they push through- phone and office hours are being expanded and forms simplified.
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Mail tampering is a federal offense and can carry some stiff penalties.
Some Northwest Roanoke residents earlier today thought they may be looking at someone who was commiting such a crime, but it turned out to be a case of mistaken identity.
David Johnson explains.
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(( A Barberry Avenue resident didn't know what to think when she witnessed the mail carrier make his usual delivery, only to have another individual, who didn't live in the neighborhood, drive up behind him and start going through the mail.
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((JACQUELINE BROWN/NORTHWEST RESIDENT; I NOTICED HOW HE WAS LOOKING THROUGH THE MAIL AND IT REALLY CONCERNED ME. SO I CAME OUT FOR HIM TO SEE ME AND MY GRANDDAUGHTER CAME OUT. THAT WAS THE REASON WHY I DIDN'T GET HIS LICENSE NUMBER, BECAUSE I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT WAS GOING ON.))
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With the news of a recent scam involing people who go through the mail of others, stealing pre-approved credit cards and making purchases, the community grew alarmed.
But the post office says this time it was nothing more than STREET SUPERVISION.
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((BILLY MARTIN/ROANOKE POSTMASTER; THE SUPERVISOR WAS CHECKING THE STREET TIME FOR THIS PARTICULAR ROUTE AND ALSO WAS CHECKING FOR THE ACCURACY OF THE MAIL THAT WAS DEPOSITED IN THE MAILBOX TO ENSURE THE RIGHT MAIL WAS GOING TO THE RIGHT BOX.))
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Postal route inspections are conducted on a regular basis.
Martin says mail theft in the Roanoke area is actually pretty uncommon.
Still citizens who fear their mail is being stolen or tampered with are advised to call the police or local post office.
David Johnson, News 7.

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A Botetourt County civic group is fighting to change the name of a local school -- otherwise, they say, they will try to block development of a business park.
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The Botetourt Countywide League says William Clark Middle School is an important part of their history, built before integration for African-American students only.
It was known back then as Central Academy and league members want that name restored.
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((REEDIE WAID: THEY LOVED IT. THEY TOOK CARE OF IT. IT WAS THEIR LIFE. THEY HAD LOTS OF OCCASIONS THERE OF FELLOWSHIP AND IT MEANT A GREAT DEAL TO THEM, MORE THAN ANY SCHOOL I'VE EVER KNOWN.))
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League members say the county is ignoring the school's significance -- so it should NOT preserve slave quarters on the former Greenfield plantation.
They say they have written to the Virginia Historic Society to BLOCK funding for Greenfield which is also slated to include a business park and recreation site.
The county administrator says the league should not tie their school campaign to the future of Greenfield, because the park will benefit all residents.
And, Burgess adds, the league cannot stop funding for Greenfield.
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The school board says it's willing to compromise with the league.




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The N-T-S-B wants to know why the nation's largest railroad is having so many accident's,
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and then a little later, we'll see how much bidders are wanting to spend to own a piece of Camelot.
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Several collisions and 13 people dead just last year on the largest railroad system in the nation- Union Pacific.
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Now the National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a dozen accidents on the rail line-
It wants to know how to prevent a deadly year on the tracks from happening again.
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((JERRY DAVIS/UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD PRESIDENT: I TAKE SAFETY VERY PERSONALLY I TAKE IT SERIOUSLY AND WHEN AN EMPLOYEE LOSES HIS OR HER LIFE ON THE OUR RAILROAD IT IS A VERY VERY SERIOUS MATTER.))
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The federal railroad Administration found fatigue, understaffing, insufficient supervision and heavy workloads for dispatchers- as the cause of several accidents.
Union Pacific is now working with a former NASA consultant to develop a plan to combat fatigue.
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((JONELE MOLITORIS/FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION: THE FULLY IMPLEMENTED PLANS AND IMPLEMENTED IN A TIMELY MANNER WE BELIEVE WILL BRING AROUND THE ENORMOUS SAFETY AND SAFELY CULTIVATE CHANGE THAT IS REQUIRED TO REACH ZERO TOLERANCE.))
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While the plan is being developed, Union Pacific has become the only railroad in the nation to require that engine and service personnel get a full day off after seven consecutive work days.
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and finally we glide out this morning and head to Houston where Rockets' star Clyde Drexler was named the new head basketball coach at his alma mater, the University of Houston.
The former member of Phi Slama Jama gets a five year contract and the challenge of turning around a losing program.
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We begin this morning with the men's NCAA tournament which resumes later today with the regional semi-finals.
In one of the more interesting matchups in the west, 10th seeded West Virginia takes on third seeded Utah.
The players know little about their counterparts, and the two coaches know even less about each other.
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March Madness resumes tonight on your hometown station.
You'll get some bonus coverage of that WVU-Utah game later tonight, but our opening semi-final telecast has North Carolina taking on Michigan State, in the friendly confines of the Greensboro Coliseum.
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That game will get underway around 7:39, and then tonight's late game has Maryland taking on defending national champ Arizona in the other west region semi-final.
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And if you're looking ahead to Friday, you'll be able to catch Duke and Syracuse and Kentucky UCLA right here on WDBJ-7.
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George Lynch knows all about the NCAA tournament. Back in 1993 he led the Tarheels to the national championship.
This year he's been trying to lead the Vancouver Grizzlies to respectability.
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last night George and Grizzlies were in Miami taking on the Heat and P.J. Brown who can't hit the jumper, but sure can follow up the miss and clean up the mess.
Big George would answer that with some agressive offensive board work of his own. He had 12 points last night. He's averaging 8 points and 5 rebounds a game this season.
But Lynch couldn't keep the Heat from pulling off a 94-to-91 win and in the process handing Vancouver it's 50th [SUPE
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loss of the year. The Grizzlies, who have just 15 wins all season have now loss 11 straight on the road.
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Speaking of losses, 51 year old Darrell Waltrip announced today that he is selling his entire racing operation after this weekend's race at Darlington.
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Just last Tuesday, Waltrip announced that he had terminated his sponsorship agreement with Speedblock, Hechinger-Builders Square after the companies failed to live up to their contractual obligations.
Waltrip says he already has had to spend more than one million dollars out of his own pocket this season to keep his team afloat.
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He is currently 40th in the points race and DW hasn't won a race since September of 1992, but his PR director Keith Waltz told us this afternoon that DW does NOT plan to quit driving.
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The nation's fifth ranked lacrosse team, the Roanoke College Maroons showed why they that lofty spot in the latest division three rankings this afternoon.
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Head coach Bill Pilat would have an easy day at the office as his team crushed Guilford over in Salem.
Senior Dan Soi, wearing Steve Mason's old number 22, fires in this unassisted goal bringing Roanoke's lead to 10-1 with four fifty seven left to play in the second.
Then senior Jason Davenport crosses to sophomore Neil Adam who drills this one past Guilford's goalie making the score 12-1.
And Maroon freshman Gary DeGroat would take this Davenport pass and turn it into another Roanoke goal.
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The Maroons win the game 20 to 3. They are now 3 and 1 on the year.
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Still to come tonight the final Hometown Hoops Weekly installment of the season as
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we salute the state champions from Magna Vista and GW Danville right after this break.
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Time now for News 7 photographer Greg Moore to take us back to the Norfolk Scope for a season ending salute to the state champs from Magna Vista and George Washington high schools.
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[Kennedy-Auction]


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Imagine spending eleven hundred dollars on a plastic comb- that's the going rate if it was President John F. Kennedy's.
Kasey Kaufmann has the latest from New York.
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((The New York auction of JFK memorabilia has been surrounded in controversy, disputed by the late President's Children. John and Caroline Kennedy argued that many of the items up for sale, collected by presidential secretary Evelyn Lincoln and inherited by collector Robert White, rightfully belong to the Kennedy family, the Kennedy Library and the American people. A last minute settlement allowed the auction to go forward. ROBERT L. WHITE,COLLECTOR: I'M EXTREMELY HAAPY..THIS STARTED WITH A JOYFUL PREMISE, IT TOOK TWISTS AND TURNS...HAPPY ITS RESOLVED. In exchange for two of their father's handwritten journals, a clock that kept time in the Oval Office and several pieces of memorabilia from White's personal collection, John and Caroline Kennedy agreed to give up all claims to other items in the auction. The briefcase and Cartier watch which Kennedy had with him in Dallas on the day he was assassinated are still slated for sale.
DAVID LIPMAN: I THINK PEOPLE'S INTEREST IN THE KENNEDY'S HASN'T PASSED ON EVEN THOUGH THEY'VE PASSED AWAY.
EDNA KRUSCH: THE ONLY PROBLEM IS SOME OF THE THINGS ARE TACKY AND IN POOR TASTE. But bad taste or good, satisfying the public appetite for all things Kennedy is expensive. Just a handwritten line of JFK's Inagural speech brought 39 thousand dollars. Kasey Kaufman, for CBS News, New York.))

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