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Coming up on News7-
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The man convicted of luring a Roanoke Realtor to an empty house and killing her- was killed tonight by lethal injection.
Doctors are hoping to use an experimental drug to treat a paralyzed Gymnast.
And a former VMI head football coach is now suing the school-
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News 7 is next.

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Convicted killer Danny Lee King meets his fate in Virginia's death chamber.
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Roanoke County killer Danny Lee King was executed tonight by lethal injection for the 1990 murder of a real estate agent.
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Ellen Qualls is at the Greensville Correctional Center with the details.
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Caroline Rodgers husband Chet remarried and left the area.
He wsaid he would not attend the execution....
Danny King had a new wife too.
Karen King moved from England to be near Mecklenberg Prison.
They were married while incarcerated on Valentine's Day 1996.
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(Question: Was she at the prison tonight?)


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A Henry County woman accused of killing her infant daughter will face a jury this November.
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The trial date for Sharon Alley was set at a hearing today.
She's charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing her eight-month old daughter Brooke to death.
It happened on Mother's Day in the home Alley's parents live in Figsboro.
She's also charged with felony child abuse for allegedly throwing the little girl on the floor last October.
Both charges against Alley will be combined into one trial.
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[Mental-Health]


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Virginia's mental health facilities have major and widespread problems.
That's what Governor Jim Gilmore and Attorney General Mark Early will announce tomorrow morning.
Gilmore is finally making public a scathing consultant's report of the state-run mental hospital.
The so-called Geller Report concludes the facilities suffer from inadequate staffing to provide even quote "a minimal level of care."
It also says most of the facilities overuse restraints and solitary confinement-- and those that don't make excessive use of medication.
The report comes while the U-S justice department is monitoring the state system in the wake of two patient deaths.


Media organizations have been fighting for the report's release.


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One hundred million dollars in help is on the way to people suffering from the heat-
President Clinton ordered the release of money for people in eleven southern states.
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States receiving aide include North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Virginia is NOT on the list.
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President's Clinton's spokesman is stepping down.
White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry is leaving his job in the fall.
McCurry says he would like to teach and explore other options-
He'll be replaced by his deputy, Joe Lockhart-- Lockhart was Clinton's campaign manager in 1996.
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A Hungarian jet crash was caught on tape--
The Mig-29 was making a practice run for an upcoming air show when it crashed to the ground.
The plane was too close to the ground for the pilot to eject.
He was killed in the crash.
The plane was Russian built and considered to be highly maneuverable.
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Doctors are hoping to use an experimental drug to treat paralyzed Gymnast Sang Lan-
It's called GM-1- a drug that's shown great promise.
CBS sports accidentally captured her fall on video.
If Given 48 hours after an injury studies show that GM-1 works by stimulating growth factors in damaged nerves-
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The drug was given to NY JEts star Dennis Byrd whose ability to walk again after a paralyzing neck injury was considered miraculous.
Doctors say the drug could improve Sang Lan's odds by 40 percent but they caution the drug is still expermental.
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The executive director of the Smith Mountain Lake policy advisory board says she will keep her job.
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But one man quit in an effort to stand by her.
Tina Tenret has been covering the story and joins us with more.
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Jean, when Ken Dugan thought his colleagues were going to punish Hilde Hussa, he quit the board.
And he's still not sure what board members will do to their director.
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(( Hilde Hussa says her job as executive director of the lake's advisory board is safe.
She's been under attack for a month, ever since she suggested hiring a full time professional to test the lake's water.
Some say she should not have spoken as a board representative because she made the lake sound dirty.
Hussa says they misinterpreted her remarks.
But for more than an hour -- as the board met in executive session -- her fate was up in the air.
Board member Ken Dugan stormed out in protest.
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((EVERYBODY ON THE LAKE WANTS TO SUPPORT HER EXCEPT HER OWN BOARD. I'M SORRY ABOUT THAT. SO ARE YOU RESIGNING? YES. THEY HAVE MY LETTER OF RESIGNATION. WHAT DO YOU WNAT THEM TO DO? SUPPORT THEIR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.)) [RUNS:14]
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Dugan says when he left today's meeting-- his fellow board members wanted to either fire Hussa or punish her.
And he says they might still take action -- the board chairman is expected to make a formal announcement tomorrow.
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(Question: So is he going to return to the board -- since Hussa is still director?)


No Jean -- Dugan says he's gone for good unless the board praises Hussa for two and a half years of good work.

[Owens-Corning]


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Employees of a Martinsville window manufacturing plant will be out of work at the end of September.
Today, Owens Corning announced an agreement with Simonton Windows that will shift production to West Virginia.
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Employees heard the news this morning as they arrived at the Martinsville Industrial Park.
The announcement was not a complete surprise to the 117 who work there, but they weren't expecting the end to come so soon.
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((CLYDE HAIRSTON/OWENS CORNING EMPLOYEE: THEY CLOSES THE ST. LOUIS PLANT ABOUT A MONTH AGO AND THEY GAVE US ALL THE ST. LOUIS WORK, SO WE THOUGHT WE WOULD BE OPEN FOR A WHILE AND A MONTH LATER WE'RE CLOSED, SO IT'S TOUGH. IT'S TOUGH.)) ((CATHY EVANS/OWENS CORNING EMPLOYEE: EVERYBODY HERE IS LIKE FAMILY. IT'S ONE OF THE FEW PLACES I'VE EVER WORKED WHERE THERE IS A GOOD RAPPORT AND EVERYBODY'S KIND OF CLOSE. THAT'LL BE THE HARDEST THING.))
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Simonton Windows is encouraging the Martinsville employees to apply for the 50 jobs that will be created in West Virginia, but few are expected to make the move.
Meanwhile, Owens Corning hopes to interest other local employers in the skills ITS workers offer.

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The controversy over a new firehouse in Lexington is heating up.
That story is still ahead on News-7 at Eleven.
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And the small, hometown business almost seems like a thing of the past.
But in Pittsylvania County, one group is trying to reverse the trend, and put "Chatham First."
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((This is Mike Stevens, and coming up tonight on New 7 Sports, former VMI football coach Bill Stewart is suing the school for nearly one and a half million dollars, we'll hear from his attorney Roberts Moore.
Plus, it's been a big day for golf in the valley. Highlights from two tourneys and a chat with Tom Glavine's baby brother tonight in a moment.))
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Opposition to a new site for Lexington's firehouse continues tonight-- as local residents got their first chance to publicly address city council.
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Last month city council approved a proposal to build a new firehouse at this site along Spotswood Drive.
The site had been reserved for future expansion of the Lexington cemetery.
And, many residents feel its wrong to use the land for anything else.
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((MATTHEW PAXTON/LEXINGTON CEMETERY ADVISORY BOARD CHAIRMAN: IT WOULD PLACE THE CEMETARY IN A VERY DIFFICULT POSITION WHERE THERE'S VIRTUALLY NO ROOM FOR EXPANSION AND THERE'S BEEN NO PLANNING OR PROPOSAL OF A GOOD SITE FOR CEMETERY USE AROUND LEXINGTON.))
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Fire department officials did not comment about the expansion of the cemetery-- saying only that it's an issue for city council to address.
However, they maintain they understand residents' concerns and are taking them into consideration.
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Because the site has already been approved, city council must now decide whether to re-open the issue.

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Recent drug raids in Rockbridge County have led to more than two dozen arrests.
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The Rockbridge Regional Drug Task Force started the raids seven months ago as part of an extensive operation.
So far they've arrested 21 people on drug related charges, including eleven people in Buena Vista.
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((LEWIS PLOGGER/BUENA VISTA POLICE CHIEF: I THINK IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT WE STAY ON TOP OF THESE THINGS. WE MAY NEVER TOTALLY ELIMINATE IT AND IT LOOKS LIKE WE MAY NOT, BUT CERTAINLY IF WE STAY ON TOP OF IT WE MAY CONTROL IT.))
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Charges included distribution, possession and possession with the intent to distribute drugs.
Police confiscated powder and crack cocaine, methamphetamines, marijuana and prescription drugs.
In all, the confiscated drugs had a street value of 100 thousand dollars.
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There's still more to come on News-7 at 11.
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She's survuved 200 years life on the sea.
"Old Ironsides" is celebrating a big birthday.
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The downtown areas of small towns aren't what they used to be.
Businesses are leaving because people are leaving.
A new non-profit group in Chatham wants to change that in ITS town.
Christy Hubley tells us why it's putting "Chatham First."
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(( An old-fashioned ice cream social brings back the flavor of yesteryear.
But a non-profit group in Chatham says it wants to do more than encourage neighbors to share a few good times.
It wants to make the streets of downtown vital again.
That's one reason Mollie Holmes joined "Chatham First."
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That won't be easy.
Long-standing downtown businesses are moving out or closing altogether.
Chatham First says it's the result of a growing mall-mentality.
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Chatham First is now surveying businesses and residents to see what priorities they have about preserving Pittsylvania's county seat.
The group-- which is drumming up support by hosting community festivals-- says Chatham will thrive again.
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Christy Hubley, News 7, Chatham.))
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Bill Stewart is suing VMI for more than one million dollars, the Hall of fame, women's city county and Seniors US open golf tournament are making news, along with Tom Glavine's brother.
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To Kiwanis field for one more baseball note.
The 18 and under Dixie majors team comprised mainly of players from Salem amd Byrd won the state title last night with an 8-to-1 win over Farmville.
The team's bats came alive after falling behind one to nothing.
The players now move on to the big tourney in Florence, South Carolina.
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We begin this morning down in Lexington with news concenring former VMI head football coach
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Bill Stewart.
The high energy coach resigned from the institution in December of 1996 after he was accused of firing a racial slur at one of his players.
Now he's is suing the school for breach of contract.
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((Stewart is seeking compensatory damages of at least one million dollars from VMI, and another $350 thousand dollars in punitive damages from superintendent Major General Josiah Bunting, and former athletic director Davis Babb the man who hired him, extended his contract, and eventually sought his resignation. ((ROBERTS MOORE/STEWART'S ATTORNEY:))
The suit filed by Moore in US District Court in Lynchburg, contends that VMI officials labeled Stewart a racist and kept his from gaining employment elsewhere in college football. ((ROBERTS MOORE:))
Stewart is currently an offensive line coach in Canada with the Montreal Alouettes.
He almost was hired as the head coach at Randolph Macon, but failed to get that and several other coaching jobs in the college ranks.)) ((ROBERTS MOORE:))
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VMI is refering all questions concerning the suit to the state attorney general's office.

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A couple of current college coaches will help area football fans get their preseason fever rising next month.
On Monday August 3rd, Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer will be joined at the Roanoke Valley Sports Club by


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UVa offensive coordinator Sparky Woods.
You can call 985-0143 for more information on the meeting at the Salem Civic Center.
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Ole Monterey hosted the opening round of the Roanoke Valley's Junior-Senior Hall of Fame event today.
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And Scott Wise, The winner of last week's R-V-G-A, is the leader after the first round of the junior competition.
Wise, Playing out of Blue Hills, shot a four under par 67 today.
Lee Taylor of the Roanoke Country Club is one shot off the pace after shooting a 68.
The Waterfront's Matt Chandler is alone in second place three shots off the lead after shooting a 70.
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Don Foster of Blue Hills is the leader of the Senior Division after opening with a one under par 70. Ole Monterey's Woody Shell is second at 71.



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Hot Dot Bolling's won her 8th women's city-county golf titel today down in Daleville.
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Bolling started the final round at the Botetourt country club with a whopping 15 shot lead. She didn't shoot the low round of the day but Bolling's 77 gave her a total 219 for a 13 shot win in the tournament.
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Marilyn Bussey shot a 76, the low round of the day in the championship flight, to finish second at 233.
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[S-Open]


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Billy King is two shots off the lead after the first round of the U.S. Senior Open golf tournament.
King shot a one over par 72 to trail Raymond Floyd, the only man under par.
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Jack Nicklaus had all kinds of trouble with his arthritic left hip.
He evnntualy finished with a 74, that's three over par.
The second round is set for tomorrow.
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Still to come tonight, Steve Mason talks with Tom Glavine's younger brother
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Mike, who is trying to make it to the big leagues with one arm tied behind his back.
We'll explain right after this short break.
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Tony Womack and Andruw Jones are just two of the many Carolina Legaue alumni in the big leagues these days.
Tonight Steve Mason talks with a current Carolina slugger who hopes to join his brother in the bigs sometime soon.

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((One is a Indian, the other a Brave. The pro baseball similarities stop there. Mike, a minor league first baseman, his brother Tom became one of only three major league pitchers with 14 wins last night. ((:))
Baseball America named the younger Glavine the Carolina League's top power hitting prospect. He's second in the league in homers with 16 and 4th in RBI's with 54. ((:))
Glavine is batting .239 and has made only two errors all season. Mike knows to advance, he must improve and his elder sibling helps him with the mental side of the game. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Both great hockey players, Tom was drafted by the L.A. Kings. But big brother can't match Mike's autograph versatilit...signs right, throws left. Steve Mason news 7 sports.))

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It was more than a tea party in Boston Harbor today as navy vessels and tall ships from around the world saluted "Old Ironsides."
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It's the 200-th anniversary of the U-S-S Constitution's maiden voyage and many were on deck to celebrate the big day.
The ceremony included cannon fire and other military salutes.
Each ship passed "Old Ironsides" one by one saluting the vessel in the traditional military style.
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