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Up next on News 7 at Six... a Rustburg man is charged with attempted capital murder for allegedly stabbing a deputy.
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And one of the biggest lottery jackpots in history is waiting for someone to win.

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Tonight in sports, it's a wild day at Pocono for the Winston Cup warriors, we'll profile area golfing great Dot Bolling, the Chargers turn over a new Leaf,
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and we'll take a look at John Elway and his recently operated on elbow as the defending super bowl champs open training camp.
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After a relatively cool weekend-- it's time to crank up the Air Conditioning again.
Details on a return to the 90's are coming up.

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A Campbell County deputy remains in serious but stable condition after he was stabbed yesterday.
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Officer Rodney Thompson and other police were responding to a complaint from an audio store employee, who said a customer was acting strangely.
Thompson caught up with the man on Timberlake Road and confiscated a handgun he was carrying.
The man then ran, Thompson chased him and was stabbed in the left shoulder during a struggle.
The suspect was taken to the Lynchburg Annex Jail.
The deputy was transported to Lynchburg General Hospital.
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((CAPT. MIKE HARRIS/CAMPBELL CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE: CERTAINLY IT'S UPSETTING TO THE DEPARTMENT AND FAMILY OF THE VICTIM. THE CRIMINAL PORTION OF THIS CASE IS BEING HANDLED BY THE LYNCHBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT. AND WE'VE TAKEN PRECAUTIONS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO TAKE CARE OF OUR OWN PEOPLE.))
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Police arrested 22-year old Allen Hawkins of Rustburg and charged him with attempted capital murder. He's being held without bond.
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[NRA-Feedback]


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Local gun activists are concerned about calls for tougher gun control laws following Friday's shooting at the Capitol.
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Russell Weston is accused of killing two Capitol police officers.
The National Rifle Association points out that Weston already broke the law when he apparently took the gun from a relative.
Weston is a former mental patient and cannot legally have a gun.
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A local N-R-A member says the focus should be on tightened security at the Capitol not tougher gun control laws.
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((RON YOUNG/NRA AND GOA MEMBER; I THINK THEY NEED TO LOOK AT THIS, IF THIS GENTLEMAN, AND I USE THE TERM GENTLEMAN LOOSELY. A TERRORIST COULD HAVE DONE THIS WITH EVEN MORE FIREPOWER AND BETTER WEAPONS AND MAY HAVE BEEN MORE ORGANIZED AND BETTER TRAINED. SO THEY COULD HAVE DONE A WHOLE LOT MORE DAMAGE. MAYBE THEY NEED TO LOOK AT THEIR SECURITY AND NOT JUST TRYING TO LIMIT THE HONEST CITIZEN.))
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Young says violent people with criminal intentions will find ways and means to kill if that is their mission.
Weston is in serious condition recovering from his gunshot wounds.

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The Carnival Cruise ship that caught fire last week is now at a Virginia port.
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The cruise ship Ecstasy arrived at a repair facility in Newport News today. Work crews will fix the fire-damaged stern, the ship will be out of service until at least August third.
Two Roanoke teenagers and a woman from Covington were among the passengers on the ship when it caught fire off the coast of Florida.
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[Powerball]


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[edit - 15:16:01]
A record-setting jackpot is up for grabs Wednesday--that's if you have the winning Powerball ticket.
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[SUPER=04-Multi-State Powerball Assoc.]


There was no overall winner from last night's Powerball jackpot drawing for 183 million dollars.
The winning numbers were 3-14-17-21 and 23. The Powerball was 16.
Wednesday's jackpot jumps to 250 million dollars--one of the largest jackpots in world history.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Powerball tickets are sold in Washington, DC and 20 states including West Virginia.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Still ahead--a candy bar may be the key to more economic development in Henry County.
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And, a group of youngsters in Danville chip in to give this daycare a much needed facelift.
More on that in a few minutes.
First, let's check in with Andrew Freiden in the weather center.
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[Henry-Development]


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A candy bar and a creative ad campaign are focusing fresh attention on economic development in Henry County.
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Launched as the DuPont plant was closing, the ads featured Oh Henry candy bars and the theme, "We're Hungry for Work."
Sherry Ramsey, executive director of the Patrick Henry Development Council says the ads have generated lots of interest, and a number of serious leads.
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((SHERRY RAMSEY/PATRICK HENRY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL: ACTUALLY WE'RE WORKING SEVERAL LEADS RIGHT NOW FROM COMPANIES THAT ARE LOOKING TO RELOCATE OR EXPAND THEIR COMPANIES INTO THIS AREA, SO THAT'S VERY PROMISING. AND ALSO WE JUST DID A DIRECT MAIL CAMPAIGN TO 8700 COMPANIES IN PLASTICS AND ELECTRONICS, SO WE'RE STILL GETTING PHONE CALLS ON THAT AND STILL DOING A LOT OF FOLLOW-UP, BUT WE'RE EXTREMELY EXCITED ABOUT IT. I THINK IT'S VERY POSITIVE FOR THE COMMUNITY.))
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The Oh Henry campaign was conceived by the Roanoke firm, John Lambert Associates... It was carried out with the permission of Nestle, the manufacturer of the Oh Henry candy bars.

[Business-Review]


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Merger mania strikes another Virginia bank.
And, another plant closing means more jobs lost in Martinsville.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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And then there was one.
First Virginia is the last big Virginia bank standing alone, now that Crestar caught the urge to merge.
The Richmond-based bank was bought by Atlanta's SunTrust.
It's a nine and a half billion dollar deal that will create the country's tenth biggest bank.
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((JOHN CLARKE: THIS IS A REAL GOOD ACQUISITION FOR SUNTRUST BECAUSE IF YOU'RE GONNA BE A MAJOR PLAYER AS SUNTRUST WANTS TO BE, YOU'VE GOTTA BE IN THIS RICHMOND CORRIDOR UP TO WASHINGTON, DC AND MARYLAND.))
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Crestar will keep its name for at least two years.
The bank will not close any branches and should not have to cut many jobs. [98-54,598-25]
One-hundred-17 people at the Owens-Corning plant in Martinsville will be out of work this fall.
The plant is closing September 30th.
It's the result of Owens Corning's alliance with Simonton Windows.
That alliance shifts window production from Martinsville to West Virginia. [98-54 or rail merger]
The federal government gave its formal approval to Norfolk Southern's and C-S-X's plan to carve up Conrail.
N-S will take over 60 percent of Conrail on August 22nd.
An oversight panel will watch the merger for five years, making sure the transaction is smooth. [98-52 or incubator]
Roanoke's small business incubator celebrated its two-year anniversary.
The New Century Venture Center is home to 14 small companies.
The center helps budding entrepreneurs get their businesses up and running. [dow jones pre pro]
On Wall Street, the stock market took a tumble this week.
The Dow lost 400 points to close at 89-37.
The Nasdaq lost 77 points.
That is this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.
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Explore Park is on the right track for building successful hiking and biking trails--
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That according to a member of the International Mountain Bicycling Association. The group served as consultants to park officials last October on how to construct bike trails. The association made a return visit this weekend to give a few lessons on building mountain bike trails and to look at last year's work. One trail builder says the park's trails work well with the environment.
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((MIKE RITER/IMBA MEMBER; WE WOULDN'T PUT OUT A TRAIL THAT IS GOING TO NEGATIVELY EFFECT THE ENVIRONMENT. SO AS FAR AS THIS TRAIL GOES, IT'S FINE. IT LAYS, WHAT WE CALL, LIGHTLY ON THE LAND.))
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Riter says the next step is to make the trails user-friendly. All of the trails were built with the help of volunteers. The second phase of building 10 to 15 miles of new trails begins in October.
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[YWCA-Danville]


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It's amazing what a little paint and some elbow grease can do.
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This is the new-and-improved daycare center at the Y-W-C-A in Danville.
The upgrade is thanks to the Pittsylvania County Community Action Summer Youth Program.
A group of teenagers worked for six weeks to design this mural, paint the room, and build shelves.
The young workers say they learned a lot about themselves and hard work.
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((KUSHANA GALLOWAY/SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM: IT WAS GREEN AND WHITE WHEN WE CAME IN AND WE PAINTED IT BLUE AND WE WORKED HARD TO GET DONATIONS EVERYTHING IN HERE IS DONATED FROM THE WOOD, TO PAINT, PAPER, EVERYTHING YOU SEE THAT'S IN HERE WE HAD TO BUY JUST A LITTLE BIT OF THE STUFF THOUGH.))
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The Y-W-C-A in Danville is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.
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Up next--a new exhibit in South Boston documents the history of racing.
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And-- attention collectors! Your next treasure could be as near as your local gas station.
We'll explain when the news continues.
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[Southpwa]


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Name some famous mascots.. except for the San Diego Chicken and the Philly Phanatic, there are not too many around.


So you can imagine how tough it would be to get into that line of work.
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That hasn't discouraged Paul Pierson, a rising senior at Liberty University.
Pierson's summer job involves donning a heavy, fur suit and entertaining the crowds at Lynchburg Hillcats' baseball games.
The sports marketing major loves the way kids react to "Southpaw".
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((PAUL PIERSON/"SOUTHPAW" MASCOT: IT'S ALWAYS INTERESTING SOME OF THE THINGS THAT KIDS SAY AND HOW THEY REACT TO YOU. SOME OF THE THINGS THAT THEY SAY, I MEAN, I'M LAUGHING ON THE INSIDE AS WELL AS THEY'RE LAUGHING OUT THERE.))
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Pierson originally planned to go to law school or grad school after college, but now he plans to go into the mascot business full time.
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[Texaco-Plane]


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Collectibles may be the way for gas station customers to get their money's worth at the pumps.
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In 1984, Texaco stations introduced truck coin banks.
They've done an annual series of the banks ever since.
Texaco officials say the inaugural trucks are now worth over a thousand dollars.
The market value for Texaco airplane replicas, which were introduced five years ago, appears to have also gone up.
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((E. DUANE HOWARD/VA. AERONAUTICAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY; AT THE TIME YOU COULD HAVE PICKED THIS BANK UP AT YOUR LOCAL STATION FOR PROBABLY 15 TO 20 DOLLARS. I HAD THE GOOD FORTUNE TO BUY A NUMBER OF THEM FOR ABOUT 30 DOLLARS. AND OVER THE YEARS UP UNTIL THE PRESENT TIME, THEY NOW HAVE A VALUE OF APPROXIMATELY 300 DOLLARS.))
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[VO-NAT]

The die-cast models are smaller scales of the planes used by Texaco back in the late 20's and 30's and have quite a bit of history behind them. You can learn more about these planes and others at a program sponsored by the Virginia Aeronautical Historical Society August 10th.
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[Racing-Museum]


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The South Boston Speedway provides more than enough action for most racing fans in that area.
But, for more on the history of the sport you need to go across town to the local museum.
Christy Hubley explains.
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(( Racing uniforms, autographed helmets, and track trophies.
You'll find them all at the South Boston Museum of Fine Arts and History.
The idea for this racing exhibit came from the desire to keep visitors in Halifax County between the Virginia Cantaloupe Festival and the big race.
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((BARBARA BASS/SOUTH BOSTON MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS AND HISTORY: WE DECIDED THAT ITMIGHT BE NICE IF WE DID A HISTORY OF THE CANTALOUPE FESTIVAL AND A HISTORY OFRACING IN HALIFAX COUNTY SINCE ITS BEEN AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE COUNTY FOR OVER40 YEARS.)) [RUNS:10]
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Take a trip back in time with old newspaper clippings about South Boston races in the 70's and 80's.
Go even farther back with rare footage of well-known drivers before they became big names.
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((BARBARA BASS/SOUTH BOSTON MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS AND HISTORY: WE HAVE COME ACROSS FOOTAGE THAT WAS TAKEN BY ONE OF THE PREVIOUS OWNERS WIVES ON RACES HERE WHEN IT WAS A DIRT TRACK AND AFTER IT WAS PAVED AND WE HAVE WONDERFUL FOOTAGE OF RICHARD PETTY, WENDALL SCOTT, NED JARRET, HALE YARLBOROUGH JUST TO NAME A FEW.)) [RUNS:19]
[OUT Q=to name a few.]


The racing exhibit has been so popular at the museum, it has been extended through the month of August.
Christy Hubley, News 7, South Boston.))

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Coming up on this Sunday evening, NFL concerning the old and the new as we check on Leaf and Elway plus, there was a super speedway shootout in the Poconos this afternoon.
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And we'll profile Dot Bolling, one of the most intense and successful amateur golfers on the valley.
Her story and the rest of today's sports is straight ahead.
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[S-Race]


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After a week off, the Winston Cup stars returned to Pocono this afternoon for 200 laps on the two and half mile tri-oval.
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This was Darrell Waltrip's final race in the Dale Earnhardt owned Pennzoil Chevy. Steve Park will be back in the car next week. DW finished 13th today.
Ward Burton started on the pole this afternoon, but before the cars hit turn one Rusty Wallace had passed him from the third position.
The first 100 laps of the event were dominated by outside pole sitter Jeff Gordon, who spent most of his time looking in his rear view mirror.
Dale Earnhardt would give him an eyeful as he loosens up his car with a little nudge and takes the lead.
But Gordon would come back to the front, and Earnhardt would get in another shoving match. This time he and Chad Little bump, then Dale hits Ward to trigger a multi-car pileup that gets Jeremy Mayfield, Geoff Bodine, Terry Labonte and others.
Just before that crash the leaders pitted with 36 laps to go. Gordon elected to just go with 2 tires instead of four.
The move paid off as he led the rest of the way to get his 5th win of the season and the 34th of his career.
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Jeff Burton was third, Bobby Labonte fourth, Dale Jarrett fifth, Rusty sixth and Earnhardt 7th.

Michael Waltrip was 10th, Rick Mast 37th and Ward 34th.[S-Broncos]


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NFL training camps continue to open in little towns across the country this weekend.
The Redskins' first practice is scheduled for 7 tonight in Frostburg, Maryland.
Roy Stanley is hanging out with the Skins and will have reports from western Maryland throughout the week.
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[SUPER=03-Greeley, CO; :00]


The defending Super Bowl champs also began their heavy workouts today in Greeley, Colorado.
All eyes are on John Elway this preseason since he made the decision to come back for a 16th year and have shoulder surgery in the off-season.
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[S-Leaf]


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Ryan Leaf, the second overall pick in this year's draft has come to terms with the San Diego Chargers and he will be in camp tomorrow.
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[SUPER=04-NCAA;:00]


The former Washington State quarterback got a five year deal worth over $31 million dollars.
Besides getting $6 million a season, he also gets a record $11 million dollar signing bonus.
Peyton Manning still remains unsigned with the Colts.
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[S-King]


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The United States Senior's Open is winding down out in Pacific Palisades, California at this hour.
Roanoke's Billy King just finished up his round today with a 73.
He is at plus 9 for the four round event and currently tied for 16th.


[S-Dot]


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The only thing hotter than the weather this summer has been the play of area golfer Dot Bolling.
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Hot Dot dominated the City-County championship earlier this week to add another victory to her long list of accomplishments.
Denise Allen profiles one of the valley's fiercest competitors.
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((Dot Bolling has won eight RVWGA titles including four straight.
This year she also won her third straight Hall of Fame title and The Lynwood Ladies Invitational.
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Dot says she's serious about golf, but she always remembers it's just a game.
She says one of the keys to her success is that she never lets the mistakes control her game.
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And when her competitive days are over, Dot says she'll play a different role in the world of golf.
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But for now she still in those competitive days. Dot will be in Williamsburg for the USGA women's Senior Amateur in September.
Denise ALlen News 7 Sports.))

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