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Up next on News 7 at 11, police in Rocky Mount investigate a shooting in the McDonalds parking lot.
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[VO-NAT]


More than a hundred people gather to remember Monday's apartment fire victims.
And the suspect in an Oregon school shooting attacks a police officer.
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Plus another rainy forecast... next on News 7 at 11.

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Jealousy apparently led to a shooting in Rocky Mount tonight.
Police say a man saw his ex-girlfriend in a truck with another man, and shot him.
It happened about 8:30 in the McDonald's parking lot.
The victim was shot in the jaw, but officials expect him to survive.
The suspect is in the Franklin County jail, police have NOT released any names.

[AptFire-Vigil]


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More than 100 people came together tonight to remember victims of Monday's apartment fire in Roanoke.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


They stood with candles beside the burned out building along Church Avenue--hugging, crying and praying.
The event was organized by a friend of one of the victims.
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[SOT 19.56.04 - 19.56.12]
[IN Q=I feel]

((MARY ELLEN STEINER/EVENT ORGANIZER: I FEEL FOR THE FAMILIES AND HOPED IN A WAY THIS WILL HELP THEM ALL COME TO SOME PEACE))
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[VO-NAT]


Many of the victim's family members and friends attended the vigil.
The Red Cross was also there collecting money for those in need of help following the fire.
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[Roanoke-Fire]


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[VO-NAT]


Meanwhile, authorities used fingerprints to identify a fourth victim of the fire--
52-year old Robert Comteh.
Police would not say whether he lived in the building or was visiting at the time of the fire.
One more victim remains unidentified.
Investigators still do NOT know what caused the fire.
They're hoping forensic tests will help them determine if it was deliberately set.
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[Bus-Ax]


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A car smashed into a Martinsville tour bus early this morning--injuring 13 bus riders.
It happened on Interstate 81 in Martinsburg, West Virgina around 2:30 a-m.
The bus was traveling from Martinsville to New York on a church outing.
Police say 27 year old Bart Jason was driving in the wrong lane when he hit the bus.
He was killed.
The 13 victims on the bus were treated at local hospitals for minor injuries and released.

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Police have now removed 20 bombs from the home a 15- year old boy accused of killing his parents, and two classmates in Springfield, Oregon.
Lee Cowan has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The freckle-faced]
[SUPER=03-Springfield, OR; :15]
[SUPER=01-Judi White/Family Friend; :45-QUICK]
[SUPER=01-Jan Clements/Sheriff; 1:04-QUICK]
[SUPER=01-Lee Cowan/Reporting; 1:35]
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[OUT Q=CBS News, Springfield.]

(( THE FRECKLE-FACED YOUNGSTER WHO NOW STANDS CHARGED WITH FOUR COUNTS OF MURDER APPARENTLY HADN'T HAD ENOUGH OF VIOLENCE. HIS NEXT VICTIM WOULD BE HIS ARRESTING OFFICER. POLICE SAY KINKEL TRIED TO STAB HIM WITH A HUNTING KNIFE THAT HE HAD STRAPPED TO HIS LEG.

SOT JAN CLEMENTS/SHERIFF


ANOTHER ATTACK FROM A STUDENT WHO HAD TALKED ABOUT IT BEFORE.
(( NAT FLOWER WALL ))
WHILE MOST VISIT A CEMETARY TO HONOR THE MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND, RESIDENTS IN SPRINGFIELD GO TO A FENCE INSTEAD. OUTSIDE THURSTON HIGH, A CHAIN-LINK BARRIER NO ONE EVEN NOTICED BEFORE, IS NOW THE VERY SYMBOL OF A COMMUNITY'S GRIEF.
(( NAT CORONER VAN ))
BUT FOR THE TWO OTHER VICTIMS, THE PARENTS OF THE 15 YEAR OLD GUNMAN KIT KINKEL, THERE IS NO SUCH MEMORIAL. THEIR BODIES, FINALLY REMOVED FROM THEIR SECLUDED HOME TEN MILES AWAY FROM THE SHOOOTING SCENE, QUIETLY LEFT IN UNMARKED VANS.

(( SUPER: JUDI WHITE//FAMILY FRIEND )) (( SOT ))

"They were wonderful peoplethey just need to know that he didn't come from a terrible family."
BOMB SQUAD CREWS SPENT THE BETTER PART OF TWO AND A HALF DAYS IN THE KINKEL HOME, UNCOVERING AN ARSENAL OF HIDDEN WEAPONS. OVERNIGHT, THE COUNT SOARED FROM 5, TO MORE THAN 20 HOME MADE BOMS, FOUND IN VARIOUS PLACES ALL AROUND THE HOME.
THERE WAS NO WORD ON HOW, OR IF KINKEL PLANNED TO USE ANY OF THE DEVICES.
(( NAT TRACK MEET ))
IN THE MIDST OF THE TRAGEDY, ONE BRIGHT SPOT FOR THURSTON HIGH. AS A BANNER HUNG FROM THE STANDS REMEMBERING THOSE LOST, THE THURSTON HIGH COLTS RAN AWAY WITH THE DISTRICT TROPHY AS THE NEW TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPS.

(( STUDENT SOT ))

"These people were all pushing for everybody, I just think it's good therapy ya know."
(( LEE COWAN//CBS NEWS )) "Even President Clinton used his weekly radio address to talk of the shootings, saying he, like many Americans is struggling to find an answer. But as Thurston High's principal put it, there is no answer. We mine as well stop asking. Lee Cowan, CBS News, Springfield."))

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After more than 30 years of fighting, Northern Ireland voters called for peace yesterday..
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The three to one vote approved a deal that will have Catholics and Protestants sharing power in a new Northern Ireland assembly.
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((GERRY ADAMS/SEIN FEIN; SOMETIMES PEOPLE GET AHEAD OF THE POLITICIANS. WHAT THE ELECTORATE DID WAS TO SIGN UP FOR A FUTURE, NOT A PAST, A FUTURE BASED ON EQUALITY, BASED ON INCLUSIVENESS, AND THE CHANGES. TONY BLAIR/BRITISH PRIME MINISTER; IT IS A BIG STEP, A VERY WELCOME ONE, BUT THERE'S STILL A LONG WAY TO GO, BUT AT LEAST WE'RE GETTING THERE.))
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Many people caution the violence is not over. Just hours after the peace deal passed, police stopped two cars full of home-made explosives headed for Northern Ireland.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Straight ahead on News 7--Republicans in the Ninth District chose their candidate..
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And, people remember those who lost their lives while trying to save others.
We'll have those stories coming up when the news continues.
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[Ninth-District]


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Republicans in the Ninth District gathered in Wytheville today to pick their candidate for the region's congressional seat.
And, as Joe McKean reports, party members selected a new face but kept a traditional message.
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Gathering under gloomy skies, Republican delegates adopted resolutions against abortion rights and gun control, ate a barbecue lunch, and then listened to the two candidates roast Democratic Congressman Rick Boucher. [NAT SOUND BARTA DEMONSTRATION]
Radford eye doctor Joe Barta's prescription for defeating the eight-term unmarried lawyer now representing the district: a wife, four children, a business, money and a conservative message.
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[IN Q=We've had enough]

((JOE BARTA/R- CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS: WE'VE HAD ENOUGH OF RICK BOUCHER. YOU KNOW WHAT HE STANDS FOR AND WHAT HE'S AGAINST. PEOPLE SAY HE'S GOT TOO MUCH MONEY TO BEAT, BUT LET ME TELL YOU, THIS ELECTION IS NOT GOING TO BE ABOUT MONEY. THIS ELECTION IS GOING TO BE ABOUT PEOPLE AND ISSUES.))
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[NAT SOUND MULDOON DEMONSTRATION]
Giles County's Patrick Muldoon, trying to repeat his triumphant speech that won him the nomination two years ago misfired this time, as he raised some questions about Barta.
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[IN Q=Where was he]

((PATRICK MULDOON/R- CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS: WHERE WAS HE IN THE OTHER SIX CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS WHEN WE DEARLY NEEDED HIS HELP. WHERE WAS HE WHEN GEORGE ALLEN AND MIKE FERRIS AND JIM GILMORE ASKED FOR HIS VOTE.))
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[OUT Q=for his vote.]

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The day though belonged to Barta, and Muldoon moved to give him the nomination by acclimation. [Standup]
A couple of themes have dominated Congressional politics in the Fighting Ninth since the early eighties. Republicans have lambasted Rick Boucher as a liberal, and Boucher's always won, the last six times getting at least 59 percent of the vote. [End standup]
A look at Boucher's voting record, compiled by the non-partisan Project Vote Smart, shows some sympathy with liberal groups. He's voted with Planned Parenthood's views on abortion most of the time, gets a good rating from the ACLU, poor ratings from the Christian Coalition. However, he's also solid with the National Rifle Association, and with many women's groups.
But the liberal label is what the GOP still wants to paste on Boucher.
And while it's on with law school for Patrick Muldoon,
Republicans have picked Joe Barta for the prosecution of Rick Boucher in the 1998 campaign.
Joe McKean, News-7.

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U.S. Senators weren't able to finalize terms of a proposed settlement with tobacco companies.
However, a few key preliminary votes were cast concerning the price of cigarettes.
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The Senate killed an amendment that would have taken out a provision to increase the price of a pack of cigarettes by a dollar and ten cents.
The vote was 72-26, with Chuck Robb voting to keep the increase in the bill and John Warner voting to take it out.


[take pinnacle board #1004]


Minutes later, the Senate defeated a move to push that price hike even higher, to a dollar fifty a pack.
The vote to kill that bill was 58 to 40, with both Robb and Warner voting with the majority.
Over in the House, there were several votes on defense spending.
[take pinnacle board #1005]


One measure authorized the military to help patrol U.S. borders in the war on drugs.
The defense bill amendment passed, 288 to 132.
All three congressman from Southwest Virginia, Rick Boucher, Virgil Goode and Bob Goodlatte were in favor of that bill.
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[EMS-Memorial]


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Emergency service providers killed on the job were remembered tonight in Roanoke.
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Their family members gathered with other E-M-S workers at Green Memorial Methodist Church.
This was the sixth year for the annual event.
Since 1993, 119 E-M-S workers who died in the line of duty have been honored.
Tonight, mourners honored 22 men and women from 10 states.
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Congress recently passed a law recognizing Roanoke as the national site for the EMS memorial services.

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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Next up--the summer movies are hitting the silver screen and an old star is making a comeback.
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And, speaking of comebacks-- lumberjacks were out at the Festival setting up camp just like they did in the good ole' days.
More when the news continues.
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[Festival]


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Early morning thunderstorms cut short some events at Festival in the Park today...
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But contestants were still able to hit the water for the River Race... And, of course a little bad weather won't stop a lumberjack.
The Great American Lumberjack Show gave the audience a look at what life was like in the old-fashioned logging camps before the invention of the chain saw.
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((JAMES FREEMAN/GREAT AMERICAN LUMBERJACK SHOW; THE LUMBERJACKS THEY WERE VERY COMPETITIVE-TYPE PEOPLE, AND THEY WERE ALWAYS ISSUING CHALLENGES SAYING I WAS BETTER THAN YOU OR I CAN DO THIS FASTER, BECAUSE THEY DIDN'T HAVE ANY ENTERTAINMENT IN THESE CAMPS, THIS IS WHAT THEY DID AT NIGHT AND ON WEEKENDS BECAUSE THEY WOULD STAY IN THE CAMPS FOR THE WHOLE WINTER.))
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The old logging camps began to disappear after transportation improvements eliminated the need to camp out in the woods for an entire season.
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It's been 44 years since Godzilla first made its debut.
And, movie makers are hoping the monster still has some star power left.
Patty Spitler has more.
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There's no place like home. At least that's what the Wrath players are thinkin after Roanoke's pro soccer beached the Wilmington Hammerheads last night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Hammerheads vs. Wrath; :00]


The Wrath played at Victory Stadium for the first time this season last night and the team would not dissapoint the decent sized crowd.
A scoreless first half and here's why. Wrath forward Patrick McSorely is oh so close with this header but it just misses.
[SUPER=34-Roanoke/2/Wilmington/0;]He won't make the same mistake twice as Grayson Prilliman makes the perfect pass a

nd McSorely uses his head to perfection, 1-nothing Roanoke.
Roanoke seals the deal with minutes remaining, Ian Spooner finishes and the Wrath win 2-nothing.

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The Wrath is only part of a huge soccer weekend. The Berglund Festival soccer tournament has completed day one of competition.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Teams began play at 8 am at three different sites. In addition to this action at Rivers Edge teams played at Greenhill Park and at Berglund Soccer complex. The girls division got it's kicks at Rivers Edge this morning. 180 teams from 9 different states are represented. If you missed today's games, no worries, play resumes tomorrow at 8 am.

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First year Virginia mens basketball coach Pete Gillen has confirmed that 7'4" center Chase Matheny will not return to the team this season because of a chonic hip problem. Also incoming frshman Chris Williams of Alamba has asked to

be released from his letter of intent. Gillen says he does not plan to release him.[S-Bulls]


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Despite suffering a leg injury durng the game, Reggie Miller stepped up to lead Indiana to a win over Chicago yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/NBC; :00]


Miller, injured his leg when he stepped on Michael Jordan's foot in an awkward fashion. He shook off the pain to score 13 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter as the pacers win the series third game 107-105.
Jordan scored 30 in an effort overshadowed by Miller.
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Winston Cup champion Jeff Gordon overslept yesterday morning and missed Coca-cola 600 practice. Sleep doesn't pay as he found out. Terry Labonte drove the 24 car in practice only to crash in it.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Concord, NC/Today; :00]


There is the 24 car shortly after the Labonte mishap. Labonte ran Gordon's car into a wall in turns one and two but the car escaped serious damage and should be okay for today's race. IF Gordon had to go to a back up car; he would have gone from pole sitter to the back of the 43 car field.

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Mark Martin won the Carquest Auto Parts 300 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Concord, NC/Carquest Auto Parts 300; :00]


Fans brought their coolers and their enthusiasm to the speedway for the Busch race.
Watch the in car camera angle as Buckshot jones sees a cloud of smoke and then he wrecks.
Dale Earnhardt Junior, who was third in the points, also had a bad day as he gets caught up in this crash and was through for the day.
Mark Martin passed Jimmy Spencer with 4 laps to go to claim his 33rd career Busch race. Joe Nemechek was second, followed by Spencer and Michael Walttrip.

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The Buffalo Sabres shutdown the Washington Captials 2-nothing last night to take a 1-nothing lead in their Eastern Cofernece final playoff series.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC/ESPN; :00]



Of course the key for the sabres was goalie Dominic Hasek. The leagues top goalie recorded his third [SUPER=31-Buffal

o/2/Washington/0;]career playoff shut out and first of this post season. Mical Grosek scored the eventual game winner in the second period, where Buffalo scored the two goals it needed to win.

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All Star catcher Mike Piazza made his third debut witht a new team today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/Brewers vs. Mets; :00]


This time as a New Yor Met; His third team in a couple of weeks. He went 1 for 4 and had an RBI as the mets beat MIlwaukee 3-nothing. Piazza got a standing OH for his effrts. Al Leiter threw a complete game shutout. Here's your numbers.

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Still to come in sports, D-III baseball championship action is like the ever-ready bunny...still going at this our,
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[VO-NAT]


and Mark martin won the Busch series race today, will he winthe Coke 600? He talks about his season when we come back.

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bad weather delayed the NCAA Division III Baseball championships today. The final game of the day between Monclair state and North carolina Wesleyan is going on right now. Eastern Connecticut beat Winsconsin Oshkosh 9-3 in the opener.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Aurora vs. Cal Lutheran; :00]


Aurora fans were juiced for their game with cal Lutheran.
Cal's Donny Churchman beats the double play to score Joseph Jauregai, making it 2-z Kingsmen in the bottom of the first.
[SUPER=34-Cal Lutheran/6/Aurora/7;]The Spartans answer in the thtird, Eric Zeleinski drops one in the gap. Cory Brey

ne come on in to score.
Then, Cal's Adam Springston's pitch goes arye and Dan Babbler comes on in 2 all. Aurora wins this one 7-6.

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Billy King fired a one over 73 in the second round of the 1.1 million dollar Bell Atlantic Classic yesterday. He is three over for the senior tour event.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Avondale, PA/ESPN; :00]


No one could touch Jay Sigel. He set a senior tour record for nine holes yesterday with a 27 on the front. He is your leader at 8 under for the tourney at 136 after two rounds.

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The Winston Cup cars are sure to sizzle at at the Charlotte Motor Speedway tomorrow in the Coca-cola 600.
Mike Stevens says the cars won't be alonbe in the cooking category.
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[Video]


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Finally tonight--a zoo in Florida added two new members to its family today..
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a couple of gorillas.
The pair spent most of the day getting accustomed to their new environment at the Jacksonville Zoo.
Officials there expect them to quickly become favorites among visitors.
They say that's because they have one of the few zoo exhibits in the country with gorillas on display.
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