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Death by lethal injection. It wasn't even an option when Doug Buchanan murdered four members of his own family a decade ago.
But the death sentence is set to be carried out tonight. A report direct from the prison on NEWS 7 at SIX tonight.


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[ANCHOR=Keith]


And the aftermath of the no car tax- -an agreement struck in Richmond.


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Tonight in sports, the Roanoke Wrath names its new head coach, Roanoke College looks for another lacrosse win this afternoon, Carolina gets ready for Michigan State,
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And Darrell Waltrip is getting ready for some big career changes as he announces that his entire Winston Cup racing operation is for sale!
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[WX-Head]
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Another batch of rain showers moves through tonight and the temperatures will hit the 60 degree mark tomorrow. That story and WeatherSchool coming up. [open]
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[Buchanan]


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Barring another last minute reprieve, convicted killer Douglas Buchanan is scheduled to die tonight for the murders of four family members in Amherst County.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Steve/STARLINK]


Steve Smallshaw was in the courtroom when Buchanan received the death penalty 10 years ago.
Tonight he is in Jarratt outside the Death house at the Greensville Correctional Center.
Steve, what is Buchanan's legal status right now.
[Live= Steve Full]
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((Roll Cue: committed 11 years ago.))
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[TAPE#98-10]
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"No Car Tax" became no car tax agreement.
State lawmakers skulked out of Richmond late last night and early this morning -- knowing that they'll be back some time next month to finish the tax and school construction fight.
But much did get done.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Keith/Ellen via State Microwave]


Ellen Qualls is at the State Capitol with highlights.
[LIVE=Ellen full]
[SUPER=@Ellen1;]
[SUPER=05-Richmond;]


Keith, they passed 15-hundred-and-73 bills-- just over half of what was introduced.
But new-found Republican strength and some key defects in both parties changed the dynamic of what lived and died this year.
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[OUT Q=car tax outright.]



[SOT LONNIE 22:29:50]

((SEN. MADISON MARYE: I WISH THAT I COULD FIND A GRACEFUL WAY TO END THIS SPEECH.))
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Fatigue won out over the usual post-session gloating-- and lawmakers showed greater than usual zest in scattering.
But they did accomplish much.
Charter schools.
Bans on so-called partial birth abortions and doctors performing assisted suicides.
All contentious measures in prior years.
[sot DAY 63 01:03:47]

((BOB HOLSWORTH/VCU POLITICAL ANALYST: THERE WERE A LOT OF COMPROMISES. WE SAW SOME DEMOCRATS BEING ABLE TO INCLUDE SOME REPUBLICANS IN THEIR PROPOSALS TO GET THINGS ACCEPTED. WE SAW SOME DEMOCRATS MOVE OVER TO THE REPUBLICAN SIDE ON SOME OF THE SOCIAL ISSUES AND JOIN WITH THEM.))
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Moderate Republicans helped Demorats deliver mandated sex ed and guidance counselors...and an historically large expansion of Medicaid for children-- both challenges to the Governor.
This year spawned Megan's Law, Annie's Law, and Jef's Law.
Megan's law creates a Virginia web site and notification system for sexually violent offenders.
Annie's Law -- named for Annie Leftwich -- would make torturing a child to death a capital crime.
Jef's Law -- named for the son of an Elliston woman -- gives doctors more say in releasing emotionally disturbed patients from hospitals.
Then there's the mind-bogglingly complex but far-reaching decision to deregulate electric utilities in the year 2002.
The Governor however, remains focused like a laser beam.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: I THINK IT'S DONE A LOT OF GOOD WORK THIS ASSEMBLY. I THINK THEY SHOULD HAVE PASSED THE CAR TAX OUTRIGHT.))
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Toward that end, the Governor will now pick a date for a special session to finally get it done.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Ellen/Keith]


Last night, Keith, he committed the power of his office to school construction money too.

[Booker]


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A Roanoke City police officer was killed yesterday in what authorities believe was a freak off- duty accident.
Officer Barry Lynn Booker of Bedford County was found by his son lying on the ground after he was apparently ejected from his tractor while clearing land.
Bedford County authorities say Booker's head apparently hit the tractor's bush guard when one of the wheels fell into a two- foot hole.
Booker had been with the Roanoke police department for 24- years.
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Still to come on the newscast, a prosecutor says a local judge was too lenient on a former police officer,
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and we'll tell you why one community league says it will try to block Botetourt County's future business park.
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The president of the N-double-A-C-P is bringing his fight against all types of racism to Southwest Virginia tonight.
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Local N-double-A-C-P officials greeted Kweisi Mfume (Kwah-EE-see oom-FOO-may) at the Roanoke airport this afternoon.
As he prepares to speak on the topic of "Rebuilding Community" at Virginia Tech, Mfume is very aware that he is not far from the place where a black man was recently burned and beheaded.
[SUPER=@File]


Louis Ceperano and Emmett Cressell are charged with first degree murder in the death of Garnette "G.P." Johnson 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 is speaking at Tech's Donaldson Brown Conference Center at 7.
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[Greenfield]


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A Botetourt County civic group wants to block funding for the Greenfield development, unless a historic black school is re-named.
Tina Tenret reports.
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((The Botetourt Countywide League says it has already written to the Virginia Historic Society, asking it NOT to fund the Greenfield development.
County officials are turning the Greenfield plantation into a business park, a recreation site, and a new school.


The corner with the original slave cabin is being preserved. [take su]
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((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: THE BOTETOURT COUNTYWIDE LEAGUE HAS NO PROBLEM WITH PRESERVING THESE SLAVE QUARTERS. AFTER ALL IT'S AN IMPORTANT PART OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY. BUT THEY SAY THE COUNTY SHOULD NOT FOCUS ON SLAVERY WITHOUT PAYING EQUAL ATTENTION TO SIGNS OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN PROGRESS.)) [RUNS:13]
[OUT Q=African-American history]


By that they mean the Botetourt school built especially for African-American children in 1959, before integration.
Now it's known as William Clark Middle School -- but league members say it should bear its original name -- Central Academy.
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((VEE HINTON/FORMER STUDENT: THAT SCHOOL, YOU TOOK IT PERSONALLY. THERE WAS NO VANDALISM. THERE WAS NO THROWING PAPER ON THE FLOOR. THAT WAS YOUR SCHOOL. YOU SAW YOUR PARENTS HELP MAKE CURTAINS FOR THAT SCHOOL. AND PLANT FLOWERS IN THAT SCHOOL. YOU TOOK A PERSONAL INTEREST. THAT'S WHY IT'S SO REAL TO US TODAY.))
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((ROBERT SPANGLER/LIFELONG COUNTY RESIDENT: I COUDN'T GO THERE AND THEY COULDN'T GO TO SCHOOL WITH ME BUT WAS NO FAULT OF THEIRS OR MINE. I JUST FEEL THE SCHOOL SHOULD HAVE THE NAME IT WAS GIVEN ORIGINALLY.))
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Meanwhile, the county administrator says the league is taking the wrong tack.
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((THE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT THERE, THE JOBS BEING CREATED, THE TRAINING GOING ON BENEFITS ALL THE RESIDENTS OF THIS COUNTY. AND TO TIE THAT TO AN ISSUE SUCH AS THE NAMING OF A PARTICULAR SCHOOL I THINK IS VERY UNFORTUNATE.))
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Burgess says the league cannot stop development of Greenfield -- but it's welcome to take its concerns to the county school board.
Tina Tenret, News7, Botetourt County.))
[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The school board says it's willing to compromise with the league.













[Shockley]


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Pulaski County's prosecutor is holding his ground.
Yesterday, former Pulaski County Sheriff's deputy Terry Smith pleaded guilty to FELONY theft for stealing an above ground swimming pool.
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But Circuit Judge Colin Gibb decided to reduce the felony to a MISDEMEANOR to prevent Smith from losing future career opportunities.
[SUPER=03-Pulaski; ]


It was a move that outraged Shockley.
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((EVERETT SHOCKLEY/PULASKI CO. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTY.:THE OFFICER SHOULD NOT BE GIVEN ANY TYPE OF PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT. I VERY MUCH BELIEVE, AS BEST AS WE CAN HAVE IT, WE SHOULD HAVE EQUAL JUSTICE FOR ALL REGARDLESS OF AGE, RACE, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX. I THINK WE SHOULD TRY TO HAVE EVERYBODY TREATED THE SAME AS BEST WE CAN. ))
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Regardless of the disagreement-- Shockley says he respects Judge Gibb.
Shockley is still debating whether he'll appeal the judge's decision to the Virginia Supreme court.




[Stocks]


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A strong day for oil company stocks pushed the market to another record close. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
The DOW advanced 25 points to close at 87-hundred-75.
NASDAQ gained nine points for a record close of its own.
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Election Day is May 5th, just about six weeks away.
In Danville, voters have ten candidates to chose from for four city council seats.
Tonight, we conclude our look at the people vying for the job.
Christy Hubley has our report.
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((Louis Ramey says the city council members elected this year will take Danville into the 21-st century.
He's had a real estate office here for more than 20-years.
And now he wants a public office in Danville.. a city he says should hire more of its own people.
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((LOUIS RAMEY: THE CITY OF DANVILLE IS THE THIRD LARGEST EMPLOYER HERE AND I THINK WE CAN DO BETTER TO MAKE SURE THAT THOSE THAT ARE HIRED, NOT ONLY IN THE RANK IN FILE BUT ALSO IN MANAGEMENT, COME FROM LOCAL CITIZENS RATHER THAN FROM OUTSIDE THE AREA. )) [RUNS:14]
[OUT Q=outside the area]


Timothy Harville is a division controller and salesman for the Menansha Corporation.
With two children in the public school system and a PTA president himself, Harville says the city's attention needs to focus on education before anything else.
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[IN Q=And we look at the]

((TIMOTHY HARVILLE: AND WE LOOK AT THE TEST SCORES IN DANVILLE AND WE LOOK AT THE DROP OUT RATE THAT'S BEEN HERE FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS. WE NEED HELP. WE NEED TO FOCUS ON OUR EDUCATIONAL LEVEL BEFORE WE CAN EVEN INSPIRE ANY COMPANY TO COME HERE.)) [RUNS:10]
[OUT Q=company to come here.]


If H. Phillip Smith is elected to city council, he won't be the first in his family to serve Danville.
His father was sheriff for more than 20-years.
The younger Smith is a tax auditor for the state and says his financial background makes him the right person for the job.
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[IN Q=I believe that a government]

((H. PHILLIP SMITH: I BELIEVE THAT A government CAN CLAIM SUCCESS WHEN QUALITY SERVICES ARE DELIVERED BY EFFICIENT EMPLOYEES WITH THE LEAST TAX BURDEN PLACED UPON THE TAXPAYER. NOW THAT IS GOOD GOVERNMENT AND THAT WOULD BE MY GOAL.)) [RUNS:21]
[OUT Q=would be my goal.]


You can learn more about these three men and the seven other candidates at a public forum set for next month.
Christy Hubley, News 7, Danville.))
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Coming your way tonight in sports Carolina talks about the advantage of playing the Sweet 16 on tobacco road, Darrell Waltrip is selling his Winston Cup race team,
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And the Roanoke Wrath unveils its plans for the upcoming soccer season with a new coach, general manager and new league.
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The Winston Cup season resumes this weekend in Darlington for the Transouth 400, and for Darrell Waltrip
[SS=WALTRIP]


this might just be his last race in a Cup car for some time.
The 51 year old driving legend announced today that he is selling his entire racing operation after this weekend's race.
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[SUPER=03-Harrisburg, NC/January; :00]


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.
And even with that, it's barely been above water.
[SUPER=03-Daytona Beach, FL/February;]


Waltrip has been playing catchup ever since Daytona where he was forced to use a provisional to get in the race.
He has yet to come close to a top 10 finish this season, and is currently 40th in the points race.
He 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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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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However, there are no strings attached to the sale. In other words the new owner will not be obligated to keep Waltrip on board as the driver.

[S-Wrath]


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The Roanoke Wrath has a new coach and general manager and the team is moving up to the professional leagues of soccer this season.
The Wrath will play in the USISL D 3 professional league, with affiliations with D.C United, Richmond and the Hampton Roads Mariners.
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[VO-NAT ENG#]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :]


This afternoon the Wrath introduced the media to new head coach and General Manager Bob Bigney.
Bigney has coached soccer at the youth, College and pro level. And he expects to bring a unique style of play to the Wrath.
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((BOB BIGNEY/WRATH HEAD COACH AND GENERAL MANAGER: ))
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[OUT Q=.........skillful players."]
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Several local players who played in an undefeated exhibition season last year make up the nucleus of the team.
Roanoke will compete in the Atlantic division which also includes teams from Charlotte, Northern Virginia and South Carolina.
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The Wrath will play 11 home games at Victory stadium beginning with the season opener on April 18-th.

[S-Lax]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#CP97-1]
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Despite the less than desirable weather, the Roanoke men's lacrosse team had no trouble handling Guilford this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT eng#]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Guilford vs. Roanoke; :00]


Head coach Bill Pilat looks on as the Maroons played the first game of their ODAC conference schedule this season.

Pick it up with Senior Dan Soi firing 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.
[SUPER=34-Guilford/3/Roanoke/20;]


The Maroons win the game 20 to 3 making them 3 and 1 overall and 1 and oh in the ODAC.
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[S-UNC]


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[WRITER=Mike]
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The Road to the Final Four resumes here on WDBJ-7 tomorrow night at 7:30 as pregame coverage of the
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[pinnacle 99050]
evening's first regional semi-final between North Carolina and Michigan State tips off at 7:39.
Carolina has the distinct advantage of playing in front on many of its fans tomorrow night in the Greensboro Coliseum.
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[IN Q="Back in 86...]

((TOM IZZO/MICHIGAN STATE HEAD COACH:)) ((ANTAWN JAMISON/UNC JUNIOR FORWARD:))
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[SUPER=01-Antawn Jamison/UNC Junior Forward; :18]
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[WIPE TO pinnacle!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!]
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[pinnacle friday 99051]
And if you're planning ahead to Frida night remember Duke and Syracuse play the early game at 7:39.
And Kentucky UCLA take the floor in St. Petersburg, Florida in the late one.
The only place to catch the tournament is right here on WDBJ-7.
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