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Like "little ghosts dancing in the sky..." that's the way one Tar Heel resident described the tornados.
We'll take stock of things in Stoneville on NEWS 7 tonight.
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And hear from Roanoke's new top cop- -Joe Gaskin's first day on the job.

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Tonight in sports, the Roanoke Express is without rookie star Chris Cantu for the stretch run and possibly beyond, we'll check some women's lacrosse action from this afternoon at Roanoke College.
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And Ronald Curry says he will make his college decision official this Wednesday night in Norfolk at the McDonald's all-star game.
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Clouds followed by patches of light rain or snow tonight. By the end of the week, a big time warm up will be in progress.[open]
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People are literally trying to pick up the pieces after tornadoes touchdown in towns along the Virginia-North Carolina state line.
Some Henry and Pittsylvania County residents lost their homes in Friday's terential storms.
But nothing compares to the destruction in one North Carolina town just south of Martinsville.
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Christy Hubley was in Stoneville, North Carolina today.
Christy, let's see what you've got there.
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Keith, it was unreal. Like a scene out of the movie "Twister."
In one fell swoop, the center of this little town was torn apart.
The pictures speak for themselves.
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((IT HAPPENED SO FAST, YOU REALLY DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO THINK.))
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This is the view from Pam Craddock's front picture window.
Not much left of the house across the street.
When she saw a tree fly by, she headed straight for the basement.
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((PAM CRADDOCK/TORNADO VICTIM: SO I WAS GOING DOWN THE STAIRS ON A BACK PORCH AND ALL THE WINDOWS JUST EXPLODED LIKE ALL AT ONCE.))
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[OUT Q=all at once.]


You can see the power of a tornado by the destruction it leaves behind.
Beneath the welcoming water tower is all that's left of a laundramat.
This used to be an antique store.
And this a mechanic's garage.
James Sandifer was working here when he saw the twister.
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((JAMES SANDIFER/SAW THE TORNADO: IT JUST LOOKED LIKE LITTLE GHOSTS WERE DANCING IN THE SKY JUST LOOSE STRINGS OF CLOUDS OR STUFF WAS JUST TURNINT AROUND IN CIRCLES.))
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The tornado that tore up Stoneville killed two people in its path.
Beth Mitchell was one of them.
The 25-year old school teacher was driving with her mother when the twister came through, picked up her car, and tossed it against the side of this tire store.
Her mother Nancy is recovering in the hospital.
Stoveville has now moved into the recovery phase.
Power crews are working to restore electricity.
Tree removal experts and local contractors are donating their services.
Even prison inmates have been called to help.
People are finally being allowed to back home and gather the belongings they can find.
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((VICKIE MARTIN/TORNADO VICTIM: THEY WOULDN'T LET US IN FRIDAY NIGHT TO GO BACK IN AND GET OUR CLOTHES WE HAD TO WAIT UNTIL THE NEXT DAY. AND THEN ITS JUST BEEN ONE DAY AT A TIME.. REALLY ONE HOUR AT A TIME.. TO SEE WHAT YOU CAN DO NEXT.))
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We do have some preliminary damage estamates for Stoneville and the surrounding Rockingham County.
Almost 3-million dollars in damage to personal residences...
...and more than 4-million in damage to businesses.
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Keith, a long road to recovery for people in Stoneville.[Monty-Murder]


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Multiple gunshots to the chest and abdomen killed the Montgomery County man found dead, yesterday morning.
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36- year old Michael Gregory Durham's body was discovered shortly before noon along Mossy Spring road.
But the medical examiner who completed an autopsy today says cold weather made it impossible to determine how long he'd been dead.
Sheriff's officials are working several leads but so far no one's been arrested.
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((NEAL TURNER/MONTGOMERY CO. CHIEF DEPUTY: JUST AS IN ANY MURDER THERE IS A LOT OF UNDETERMINED FACTORS, A LOT OF UNANSWERED QUESTIONS AND THAT'S WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR RIGHT NOW, IS THE ANSWERS, AS WELL AS HELP FROM FOLKS THAT MIGHT KNOW SOMETHING REGARDING THIS INDIVIDUAL. ))
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Sheriff's officials say Durham was originally from Maryland but had been living in Montgomery County and working odd

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Virginia's efforts to ban so called partial- birth abortions appear safe, despite the defeat of a similar law in Ohio.
The U.S. Supreme Court today refused to re- instate an Ohio statute which prohibits killing a fetus by removing its brain.
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State senator Steve Newman says the bill he helped sponsor avoids any unconstitional language.
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((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R- LYNCHBURG: THE VIRGINIA LAW WAS BROUGHT ABOUT AND CRAFTED WITH HELP FROM THE AMA, THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, BECAUSE OF THE LEGITIMATE PROBLEMS THAT THE OHIO LAW HAD IN IT. THEIRS IS NOT A PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION BILL, IT'S A BRAIN SUCTION BILL, AND WE FEEL COMFORTABLE THAT WHAT HAS BEEN CRAFTED IN OUR BILL WILL WITHSTAND THE COURT CHALLENGES.))
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Newman's bill easily passed the General Assembly earlier this month.

Governor Gilmore is expected to sign it into law.[Goodlatte]


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Hunger is a subject usually associated with poorer, urban areas.
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But rural areas also have people in need.
Second Harvest, a nation-wide hunger relief organization, released it's survey of Southwest Virginia today.
The Food Bank provides over 450 area pantries, soup kitchens and shelters with food for those in need.
But the report finds 47 percent of area food programs have had to stretch their food allotments in the last year.

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((MARJORIE WILSON/CHRIST CRUSADERS OUTREACH: I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH PEOPLE TELLING ME ON TUESDAY, AND I SAY COME BACK IN TWO WEEKS. IF YOU'RE HUNGRY, YOU NEED TO BE FED RIGHT AWAY.))
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But Congressman Bob Goodlatte says food banks may be getting more funding as a result of Second Harvest's study.
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((BOB GOODLATTE/CONGRESSMAN: WE FOLLOW THAT VERY CLOSELY AND STRONGLY SUPPORT THE EFFORTS TO MAINTAIN THAT FUNDING. THIS YEAR WE'RE GOING TO SEEK AN INCREASE IN THE FUNDING OF ABOUT 20 PERCENT, OR A 20 MILLION DOLLAR INCREASE.))
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Kraft foods also donated 37- thousand 500- dollars to Southwestern Virginia Second Harvest Food Bank.



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Businessmen look to spend 12-million dollars rennovating downtown Lynchburg. We'll that story in a moment,
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but first we'll witness what some call a historic day as the City of Roanoke swears in its first African American police chief.
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Joe Gaskins says he may be the oldest rookie in the history of the Roanoke Police Department, and today he made history in other ways, as he was sworn in as the city's new police chief.
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Joe Dashiell reports tonight from the police department... where Joe Gaskins is on the job.
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Keith, Chief Gaskins paid tribute to the leadership of M. David Hooper and to Jake Viar who lead the department after Hooper's death. But today's ceremony opens a new chapter in the history of the department and the city.
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((With his family in the front row, and a courtroom packed with police and local officials, Joe Gaskins assumed the leadership of the Roanoke Police Department.
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Gaskins stressed his commitment to community policing, and his desire to build strong partnerships between the police department and the city's residents.
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The local president of the NAACP says Gaskins' appointment is historic, and Martin Jeffrey says it also represents an opportunity.
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((THIS PROVIDES OR SAYS SOMETHING ABOUT THE CITY AND ITS ABILITY TO BE INCLUSIVE AND ITS WILLINGNESS TO BE INCLUSIVE. AND I THINK THAT IF WE ALLOW IT, THIS COULD HELP US TURN THE CORNER IN A LOT OF WAYS AS A CITY.))
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An emergency room doctor at Stonewall Jackson Hospital in Lexington has been accused of having sex with patients.
Doctor William Weddle "emphatically" denies the charges.
In a written statement Doctor Weddle said today: "I have practiced medicine for 25 years and never have I engaged in any improper sexual conduct with a patient."
Weddle was cited by the state Board of Medicine for having sex with TWO patients... relationships that allegedly overlapped and lasted more than a decade in one case.
Among the allegations... that he had sex with a woman in an examining room at COMMUNITY Hospital's Emergency Room.[

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Lynchburg Republicans once again have a full slate of candidates for this May's at- large city council election.
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Kevin Clauson bowed out of the race last week, citing family commitments.
But long- time businessman Bruton Langley stepped forward today to take his place.
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((WENDELL WALKER/L'BURG REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN: WITH THE THIRD CANDIDATE COMING IN.. .. THE LAST FOUR YEARS.)) ((BRUTON LANGLEY/R- LYNCHBURG COUNCIL CANDIDATE: I THINK I CAN BE OR SERVICE TO THE CITY OF LYNCHBURG.. A BUSINESSMAN ON CITY COUNCIL.))
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Five other candidates are running for the three at- large seats.
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Things were better on the NASDAQ which GAINED a little more than three points.
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After years of stops and starts, the plan to renovate Lynchburg's Academy of Music theater is finally moving forward again.
Organizers say their success could depend heavily on how much the city wants to get involved.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( Underneath the many coats of paint and decades of dust and grime, the potential of Lynchburg's Academy of Music is beginning to shine through.
A twelve million dollar renovation plan is in place that goes beyond the original turn- of- the- century building.
Organizers also want to take over a city- owned parking lot next door, where they can build a restaurant and mini civic center.
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((In addition to taking over the parking lot, organizers also are asking city council for two million dollars in matching grants. They say this is NOT a handout.. they're only asking Lynchburg to invest in the future of its downtown area.))
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((KENT VAN ALLEN/ACADEMY OF MUSIC: WHAT WE ARE TRYING TO DO HERE IS DESIGN A PROJECT THAT WILL BE OUTSTANDING FOR LYNCHBURG AS FAR AS IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE, BUT DOING IT IN A WAY THAT'S ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE AND MAKES GOOD BUSINESS SENSE.))
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In order to get the two million, the Academy has promised to raise the other ten million dollars it needs FIRST.
They're already picking up some corporate donations, and 150- thousand dollars is on its way from this year's General Assembly.
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((DEL. PRESTON BRYANT/R- LYNCHBURG: IT IS MY HOPE THAT THIS MONEY WILL BE USED TO LEVERAGE EVEN MORE MONEY SO THAT WE CAN GET WELL ON OUR WAY TO THIS MULTI- MILLION DOLLAR RENOVATION PROJECT.))
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The hope is to return this city block into a vibrant part of the downtown area.
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((KATHERINE GRAY/ACADEMY OF MUSIC: INSTEAD OF BEING A PASS- THROUGH AREA AS IT IS NOW, THE CORNER OF MAIN AND FIFTH STREET WOULD BE THE FIRST STOP AND IT WOULD BE AN AREA THAT IS POPULATED ALL THE TIME.))
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Much like it was eighty years ago.

Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))[Sports Tease]


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Coming up tonight in sports, Ronald Curry says hump day is his final day of reckoning.
The Final Four is clear for the men and getting more and more into focus for the women.

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And the Roanoke Express will go for the divisional clincher tomorrow night at the Roundhouse without one of its top guns. Steve Mason from the ice, coming up right after this break.

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The winner of the Ronald Curry sweepstakes should be notified by mid-week.
The National football and basketball player of the year says he will announce his official college choice after Wednesday night's McDonald's All-Star game at the Norfolk Scope.
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Curry committed to UVa way back last Fall, but has since had second thoughts.
Speculation is that he will sign with North Carolina and play basketball exclusively.
Most Virginia fans I have spoken to have resigned themselves to the fact that he is not coming to Charlottesville.
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In fact, many UVa people are saying if Curry can't keep his word, Carolina can have him.

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Meanwhile, the Virginia coaching search continues as Terry Holland looks for Jeff Jones' replacement.
Yesterday, George Washington coach Mike Jarvis interviewed for the position and now
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News 7 sports has learned that UVa officials have received permission to talk with Melvin Watkins, the head coach at UNC Charlotte about the vacancy. Watkins has guided the 49ers into the NCAA tournament two straight seasons.
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Interestingly enough, the Daily Progress in Charlottesville conducted a poll and the majority of those responding favored the return of Dave Odom, the former UVa assistant who is now the head coach at Wake Forest. Odom has shown little interest in leaving Wake.
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Also, most UVa fans believe it will be much tougher to find a big name replacement now than it was 8 years ago when Holland left for Davidson, and then AD Jim Copeland had to eventually settle for Jones.
Also, one other note concerning Melvin Watkins; it will take big money to make his leave Charlotte. He played there,

was an assistant there, his kids are in school there and he just built a new house in the Queen city. [S-Cantu]


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The Express is on the verge of it's first ever divisional title. With a win over Richmond tomorrow night; Roanoke can hang a banner.
Steve Mason has more on Monday game preparations that began without one of the team's star players.
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((Monday afternoon; Express forward Kris Cantu's name slate was gone; his locker had been cleaned out, and his bags were packed. The left winger was not at practice this morning and his disappearance has even his coach wondering. ((:))
Express sources say Cantu left the team sometime after he and Anzalone had a falling out during a pre game skate Saturday. He roomate; Chris Lippset; would not comment. This was their answering machine message today. ((:))
The team's third leading scorer's production has dropped since his return from a recent call up. Anzalone and his players are trying to correct the situation and bring the Express rookie of the year back. Whether he will return to the team or not is unknown at this time. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
The Express is 6-0 and 1 against Richmond this season; a team that was knocked out of playoff contention last night. Steve Mason news 7 sports.")) ((

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The women take over March Madness tonight as eight teams vie for the final four in the Women's N-C-Double-A Tournament.
Three A-C-C teams have a shot.
In the east region finals North Carolina State meets Connecticut.
North Carolina fights Tennessee in the Mideast regional, while Duke and Arkansas hash it out in the west.

And in the Midwest Regional final Louisiana Tech is facing Purdue. [S-LAX]


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The Roanoke Women's lacrosse team faced the defending national champion Middlebury Panthers this afternoon in Salem.

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Middlebury fans traveled with the team all the way from Vermont for their spring break trip.
Pick it up in the first where Middlebury's Lina Chickering finds Heidi Howard who flicks this dribbler in putting them up at 4-0.
The Panthers kept on pressing here as Katherine Rodormer charges in a scores on the pass from Wendy Hession.
The Lady Maroons answered. Junior Lindsay Wernert takes care of business herself and muscles through the crowd [SUP
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putting Roanoke on the board 8-1.
But, Middlebury went on to win with a score of 17 to 9 giving Roanoke a record of 4-2 on the season.
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