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On the NEWS tonight, we'll hear from the widow of a state trooper who plans to witness the execution of her husband's killer.
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And we'll consider how much a state grant may change the face of Craig County.

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In sports, the NHL Stanley Cup finals begin tonight, we will hear from both sides, the hall of fame golf tournament begins this week,
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and the Roanoke Rush makes a decision this afternoon on its football future in the valley. the story in sports
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[Carol-Hines]


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Dennis Eaton is scheduled to be executed next week for killing a state police officer.
It's been more than nine years since Trooper Jerry Hines was gunned down on the interstate in Rockbridge County.
Now his widow and their oldest son intend to witness the execution.
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((AND JUSTIN AND MY RESPONSE IS BOTH THE SAME. WE DON'T KNOW WHY.)) [RUNS:03]
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They just know... each bolstering the other's resolve to watch Eaton die a week from Thursday.
Other than her determination to see her husband's killer put to death, Carol Hines has no feeling one way or another about Dennis Eaton. [10:51:10]
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((NO HATE. THERE'S NO LOVE. I HAVE NONE. I KNOW HE'S THERE. I KNOW HE'S CAUSED ME A LOT OF GRIEF, BUT AS FAR AS FEELINGS TOWARD HIM, I HAVE NONE.)) [RUNS:12]
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((YOU'VE CAUSED A LOT OF PEOPLE A LOT OF GRIEF. I KNOW IT. I WISH I COULD CHANGE THAT.)) [RUNS:05]
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In a telephone interview with Eaton today, the Death Row inmate expressed remorse for killing four people in 1989.


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(( I'M SORRY FOR ALL THOSE THINGS. BUT I DID NOT PULL THE TRIGGER. JUDY MCDONALD IS THE ONE THAT KILLED TROOPER HINES. )) [RUNS:06]
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Eaton admits he killed his girlfriend, Judy McDonald. He then TRIED to take his own life in a fiery wreck in Salem a few hours after Trooper Hines was killed.
Carol Hines still believes Eaton killed her husband. AND she still can't explain why she and her son want to witness the execution. [11:17:15]
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((AND I HAVE NO DESIRE TO SEE SOMEBODY DIE, BUT IT'S THIS STRANGE FEELING THAT I'VE GO TO GO. )) [RUNS:08]
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(( I GUESS IT'S THEIR RIGHT TO BE THERE IF THEY WANT TO BE THERE. IF BEING THERE HELPS THEM, YOU KNOW, I HOPE IT DOES. Would you have anything to say to them? I WOULD TELL THEM THAT I WAS SORRY FOR EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENED AND WHAT PAIN THAT I'VE CAUSED THEM. )) [RUNS:16]
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Eaton can't know the extent of that pain.
Carol Hines had a sixth sense something terrible was about to happen the night her husband left for work for the last time. [11:29:15]
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((AND HE KISSED ME GOODNIGHT AND I TOLD HIM I LOVED HIM, BUT I DIDN'T TELL HIM I'D SEE HIM THE NEXT DAY. AND WE USUALLY DID THAT. )) [RUNS:08]
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She says she turned up the police scanner... and slept through it.


[Lee]


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Putting an arm around the neck of a person resisting arrest is the best way to get the suspect under control.
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That's what Roanoke Police officer Jim Donaldson told a federal jury today.
At the time he used that move, arresting Eric Scott Lee- -five years ago- -Donaldson called it a "choke hold."
In testimony today Donaldson said that's not what it was.
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"I wasn't choking him," Donaldson said, "I was controlling him."
Under cross examination he also said he'd seen other Roanoke Police officers use a choke hold. "I've seen what it can do," he said.

The case will go the jury tomorrow.[Henry-Teacher]


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It's the word of a 16-year old against her teacher at Fielddale Collinsville high School.
Kevin Doty is facing five counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
The girl says they had a sex on several occasions during the fall of 19-97.
Defense lawyers say the 16-year old is making up the story for attention.


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A West Virginia convicted murderer wants a new trial.
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Jacob Beard has been serving time for killing two female hitchhikers nearly 20 years ago.
Now his attorneys say prosecutors improperly used Beard's statements to develop their case.
The West Virginia Supreme Court will decide whether Beard will get a new trial.
Beard was convicted in 1993 for killing two women who were on their way to a Rainbow Family reunion in Pocahontas County.
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[Bank-Robbery]


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Northwest Roanoke's bad luck bank took another hit today.
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It was the fourth time in three years someone robbed the NationsBank at 22nd and Melrose Avenue.
The last robbery was less than a month ago.
Police could not explain why robbers seem to like the bank.
They said the string of robberies may just be a coincidence.
Police also said people who have accounts there should not worry about the bank's safety.
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((LT. WILLIAM BEASON/ROANOKE POLICE: NO ONE HAS BEEN INJURED IN EITHER ROBBERY HERE. AND THE MONEY TAKEN HAS NOT BEEN A LOT COMPARED TO WHAT BANKS USUALLY HAVE. SO IT SHOULDN'T BE A CONCERN.))
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Police charged Daniel Alfonzo Cotton with today's robbery and the one that happened last month.
He's being held without bond at the Roanoke County Jail.
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One of the two winners to share last week's almost 25 million dollar lotto jackpot comes forward.
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And
The Commonwealth is giving Craig County a helping hand...in the form of major funding, but will this large grant change the face of New Castle?
We'll have those story coming up.
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A Montgomery County teenager died this morning after accidentally striking a power line.
It happened in the back yard of the young man's home on Five Points Road in Riner.
Sheriff's investigators say 16-year old Robert Earl Tuell (Tool) was mowing the lawn, stopped to move a piece of metal pipe which struck an overhead power line.
Tuell was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Craig County may look like an old town movie set, but a state grant could change that.
340- thousand- dollars is about to pour into county coffers.
Tina Tenret has a preview of what that could do.
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(( New Castle is a family community, a farming town, and a historic district -- with 200 people on only one square mile.
Now they have 340-thousand-dollars to dress up the place.
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((STEPHEN CARTER/CRAIG CO. ADMINISTRATOR: ONE OF THE THINGS ABOUT CRAIG COUNTY IS WE'RE A BEDROOM COMMUNITY TO THE ROANOKE VALLEY AND THE NEW RIVER VALLEY. SO ONE OF THE THINGS WE WANT TO DO IS CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR BUSINESSES TO BE LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED.)) [RUNS:14]
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That means fixing up old storefronts and filling empty spaces with new-but quaint-shops.
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((SANDRA ULREY/STOREOWNER: MORE BUSINESSES WILL GIVE ME COMPETITION WHICH WILL INCREASE MY BUSINESS. I'M VERY ANXIOUS.
IT NEEDS TO BE FIXED UP AND I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO A NEW STOREFRONT.)) [RUNS:12]
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The county hopes to convert this old house into office space -- and move these trailers to make room for business.
This vacant lot is slated for a farmer's market.
Next door, Ronnie East says business is good, but his lease is up and his garage will soon be wiped out by a new post office.
He says these changes will NOT make the difference.
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((IT'S JUST TOO EASY TO GO SOMEWHERE ELSE. THE BUS HAS NO REASON TO COME HERE NO MORE. THE TRAIN HAS NO REASON TO COME HERE NO MORE. YOU GOT MORE PEOPLE THAN ROADS CAN HANDLE AND I DON'T SEE HOW IT'S GOING TO HELP ANYTHING.)) [RUNS:14]
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((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: THE COUNTY HAS TWO YEARS TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT. LONGTERM, IT HOPES TO RECRUIT TECHNOLOGY JOBS, FIX UP NEIGHBORHOODS, AND DRAW TOURISTS IN. TINA TENRET NEWS7 CRAIG COUNTY.)) [RUNS:11]
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Also winning a block grant from the Commonwealth was the town of Brookneal in Campbell County.
It was awarded more than one-point-two million dollars for general community improvements.
The money will pay for renovating 31 homes, installing some new water and sewer lines, and building a park in the area of Brook Street.
The governor's office says the money will help about 114 town residents, most of them with low to moderate incomes.

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Monetary help is on the way for older area residents.
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The Foundation for Roanoke Valley established an endowed fund to provide assistance for the elderly. The "Mary Louise Home Fund" will donate about 200-thousand dollars every year to different organizations that support senior citizens. The League of Older Americans is the first agency to benefit from the money.
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((SUSAN WILLIAMS/ LEAGUE OF OLDER AMERICANS; FOR THOSE WHO ARE AT HIGH NUTRITIONAL RISK AND WE ARE SEEING MORE AND MORE OF THOSE TYPES OF FOLKS BECAUSE THE POPULATION IS AGING RAPIDLY ALL OVER THE COUNTRY BUT ESPECIALLY IN THE VALLEY AND WE ARE RACING TO KEEP ABOVE THE CURVE))
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L-O-A's Meals- on- Wheels program will recieve 75-thousand dollars.
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A mixed session on Wall Street today-- [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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More and more babies are being born ahead of their due dates. But the chances of premature babies growing into healthy children are also increasing.
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If you're late, you're not invited to this birthday party. It's for preemie's from the neonatal intensive care unit at Roanoke Community Hospital. The hospital throws the celebration every year and hundreds of families arrive right on time.
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((DR. ROBERT ALLEN/NEONATOLOGIST:THESE BABIES HAVE SHOWN EXTRAORDINARY GROWTH AS THEY TUMBLED IN THE SAND AND DOWN THE SLIDING BOARDS, A GREAT CELEBRATION OF LIFE TO SEE THE MOTHERS AND THE FAMILIES HAPPY.))
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Doctor Allen says breathing problems and infections can be treated even for infants born up to 16 weeks early.
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A North Carolina man has stepped forward to claim more than 12 million dollars from the Virginia Lottery.
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Lottery officials say David Hoppe of Reidsville won half of Wednesday's 24- point- four million- dollar Lotto jackpot.
Hoppe allowed the lottery computer to pick his numbers when he purchased the ticket from E-Z Stop in Ridgeway, Virginia.
After taxes, Hoppe will get 332-thousand-520 a year for 25 years.
He plans to buy a home and take a trip.
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The Rpoanoke Rush decides today about it's future, we will preview the Roanoke Hall of Famer golf tournament,
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and The special olypics begin in Richmond this weekend and some local athletes are voluteering so others can go for the gold.
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The Roanoke Rush minor league football team decided today that it will sit out the upcoming season to reorganize and then play again in 1999 in the new River valley.
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The Rush played it's first thtree seasons in Roanoke and enjoyed a stay at Victory Stadium. The team was affiliatted with the National Minor football league it's first two years and then the Internaional football league last year. lack of sponsor to pay for players/coaches insurance and conflicts with the IFL were the two main reasons for sitting out this season.
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The team will be called the New River valley Rhinos and games will be played at various high schools around the new river valley.
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The Roanoke Valley Hall of fame golf tournament is celebrating it's 25th anniversary this weekend in what should be a showcase of the event's best competition.
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The three day tourney will tee off friday at the Roanoke Country club and then move to it's taditional two other sites. Ryan Ketron is your defending champion and he will have his work cut out for him this year.
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The Torch of Courage is being passed from hand to hand this week.
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Local law officers are part of the relay team carrying the Special Olympic Torch 19-hundred miles across the state.

So far they've raise about 40-thousand dollars for the Virginia Chapter of Special Olympic International.
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((R.D. BROOKSHIRE/SALEM POLICE DETECTIVE: IT'S A COMMON EFFORT AS FAR AS SUPPORTING SPECIAL OLYMPICS. ACADEMY OFFICERS, BLACKSBURG, ROANOKE COUNTY, SALEM IT'S KIND OF A CAOMERADERI THING.))
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State wide officers have raise 400-thousand dollars.
The torch arrives in Richmond on Friday for the opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics summer games.

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The Stanley Cup finals begin in just a few hours. The captials will we be trying to knock off the defending champion Red Wings.
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Detroit pacticed today at Joe Louis Arena in preparation for tonights face off. Much has been made of the fact the captials are making the franchise's first ever championship appearance, while competing for the cup is old hat for the Red Wings.
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on to minor league baseball. The Danville 97's began a double header with the Kinston Indians at 6. Roy Stanely is there and will have the highlights at 11.


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A Roanoke College All America Lacrosse star has received yet another honor.
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Number 24, Jason Davenport, on the assist here, has been named a U-S Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Scholar All American.
Just 20 players earn this honor.
Davenport had a banner season scoring a career high 24 goals and assisting 11 others.
To earn a spot as a scholar all American a student athlete must have a grade point average of 3-point-3 on a four point scale.
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Roanoke County has drawn its neighborhoods and police department closer together.
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Jean Jadhon is in the newsroom with a sneak preview of how the county has made a year old concept new and improved.


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It was last year the idea of Roanoke police on bikes came about- now it's receiving some fine tuning.
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((OFFICER TOM KINCAID/ROANOKE CO. POLICE; THE FIRST YEAR WE WERE JUST DOING AN EXPERIMENTAL BIKE PROGRAM TO FIND OUT HOW EFFECTIVE IT COULD BE IN THE COUNTY. FOR THE SECOND YEAR, WE EXPEANDED BY SIX MORE OFFICERS AND WE STARTED PLACING THE OFFICERS IN SOME NEIGHBORHOODS IN ROANOKE COUNTY TO SEE IF WE COULD DEVELOP SOME INTEREST IN COMMUNITY POLICING.))
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The idea is a popular one, but it may be in trouble because of money problems.
Tonight we'll look into what impact the project is having on communities and how it will continue to be financed.


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We'll have the story, plus all the latest news, weather, and sports tonight on News 7 at 11--Keith?
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