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A babysitter is charged with manslaughter in Bedford County. That's our top story on NEWS 7 at SIX.
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And The Star City diner re-opens tonight with a clean bill of health, for now.
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Tonight in sports, we'll hear from the new leader of the Redskins' offense, check in with Jeff Gordon and Rick Mast

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And take a look at the Radford Highlanders, who take a 10 game winning streak into tonight's Big South battle with Winthrop.
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Periods of rain tonight, a break tomorrow afternoon, then more rain and snow for Friday and Saturday. More on that in a moment. [open]
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What first appeared to be an accident in this home has prompted a manslaughter charge.
A woman stands accused of killing a 14-month old child in her care.
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry..[Bedford-Death]


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One year after the death of a toddler in Bedford County ...authorities have charged the little girl's babysitter with voluntary manslaughter. [Take Full-Screen Map]
It allegedly happened a the babysitter's home in Hardy, a community on the western edge of Bedford County, just east of Roanoke.
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Steve Smallshaw has been covering this story from Lynchburg.
Steve, why did it take so long for police to file charges?
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Keith this was a collaborative effort involving Bedford County's Violent Response Team, which analyzes cases like this on a monthly basis to see if there's a need for further investigation.
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Rescue crews were called to this home on Old Station Loop in Hardy on February 12th, 1998.. that's where 37- year- old Sonja Hickson told them a small girl she'd been babysitting had fallen over backwards in her chair and suffered a severe head injury.
The child, whose identity has NOT been released, died the next day at Roanoke Community Hospital.
Doctors there notified Bedford County authorities, who eventually decided that Hickson's story just didn't ring true.
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((LT. RICKY GARDNER/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: THE INJURY ITSELF WAS OBVIOUSLY PRETTY SUBSTANTIAL. IT WAS A LETHAL INJURY TO THE BRAIN AND THE STORY THAT WE GOT FROM MS. HICKSON WE DO NOT FEEL IS CONSISTENT WITH THE INJURY THAT THE CHILD SUSTAINED.))
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Neighbor Jane Edmonds son Colton use to play at the house.
Both were astounded by news of the arrest.
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((JANE EDMONDS/NEIGHBOR; I REALLY DIDN'T EXPECT HER TO BE ARRESTED FOR SOMETHING THAT SEEMED TO BE AN ACCIDENT, SO IT WAS REALLY A SHOCK.))
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((COLTON EDMONDS/NEIGHBOR; ME AND MY LITTLE BROTHER WOULD GO UP THERE AND EAT LUNCH WITH THEM SOMETIMES, PLAY AROUND AND WATCH THE KIDS OUT THERE RIDING BIKES, NEVER HAD ANY PROBLEMS OUT OF ANY OF THEM OR HER))
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Sonja Hickson was released this morning on a 10- thousand dollar bond.
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Lt. Ricky Gardner says it's possible that charge of voluntary manslaughter could be upgraded to something more seri

ous.. like first or second degree murder. Keith?[Star-City]


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Health inspectors returned to the Star City Diner late this afternoon, to follow up on health code violations that closed the Roanoke restaurant last Friday.
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Joe Dashiell was there as well, and has the latest on the restaurant's status. Joe, what did inspectors find?
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Keith, a few minor problems remain... but the inspectors say the most serious violations have been corrected... and they are allowing the Star City Diner to reopen.
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the health department is promising unannounced inspections... to insure that the restaurant remains in compliance.... and they are still moving forward with the permit revocation hearing scheduled for mid-march.
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But Keith, tonight the Star City Diner is open for business once again. [Radford-Arsenal]


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About 90- people are expected to lose their jobs at the Radford Arsenal by the end of the week.
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About 50- of the layoffs are the result of the Arsenal losing out on a contract to a Canadian company.
Those workers make powder for tank ammunition.
The remaining 40- jobs are NOT tied to the contract and had been in the works for sometime.
Arsenal officials say the plant remains strong and fluctuations in the number of the workers is NOT uncommon in their line of work.
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One of the under-age firefighters charged with arson this week is the son of the local fire chief.
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[use file tape from Rockbridge-Fire, 98-7]
The Rockbridge County Sheriff's Department charged Matt Wilmer and another juvenile with setting fire to a barn in the Fairfield area in 1997.
Wilmer was convicted last year of setting fire to another barn in Fairfield.
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If convicted the pair could serve a year in jail.
Fairfield Fire Chief Stephen Wilmer could not be reached for comment.

[Log-Perch]


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This is the only place in the world were the Roanoke Log Perch are found. They are endangered species, protected by federal law.
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Sixteen of these tiny fish turned up dead in the Roanoke River a year and a half ago.... just below the Roanoke Ice and Cold Storage Plant in Wasena.
Ammonia is what killed them, part of a much larger kill of 26-hundred fish in September, 1997.
Roanoke Ice used pure ammonia in its compressors. The system- -built in the 20's- -wasn't supposed to leak.
It was designed to be closed. But air got in, so they opened a valve to relieve the pressure.
The plant consummed 92-pounds of liquid ammonia a day.
Owner William Bobby Barham says the compressors are shut down now and the plant is used only for DRY storage. He entered guilty pleas today and will be sentenced in May.
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The food tax debate appears to be over. That story and more from Richmond are still ahead.
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Governor Jim Gilmore finally won one in a series of fights over the rights of the dying.
A House committee today voted 8 to 7, right along party lines, to kill a bill that would reimburse the family of Hugh Finn for their legal bills.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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It is the third time Michele Finn has tearfully told Virginia lawmakers of her legal struggle with the Governor to pull feeding tubes from husband after a three and a half year coma.
Eight court hearings, six doctors, and a bi-partisan majority in the Senate contradicted the Governor's stand.
But in the House Claims committee, eight Republicans sided with their Governor.
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Roanoke's Chip Woodrum chairs the committee.
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A food tax cut is virtually a done deal in Virginia.
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The House of Delegates today voted 99 to nothing to cut the sales tax on groceries by two cents on the dollar.
The full two cent phase-out would be in effect in April 2003.
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Once again, southwest Virginia Democrats led the fight to cut all four-and-a-half cents of the tax IMMEDIATELY.
But their passionate speeches failed to win a majority-- so the plan adopted matches one adopted in the Senate, and favored by Governor Jim Gilmore.

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He's NOT talking publicly.
But sources close to Pulaski County Republican Tommy Baker say he will NOT seek re-election to the House of Delegates this fall.
Baker has a law practice in Dublin, and has served Giles, Pulaski, and Radford since 1990.
Baker told fellow Republicans this week he's interested in an appointment to the Virginia Court of Appeals.

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The Catawba District representative on Roanoke County's Board of Supervisors is seeking another four year term.
"Spike" Harrison was flanked by fellow Democratic board members and other supporters today as he announced his re-election bid.
Harrison says his campaign issues are the same as they were the first time- -economic development, regional cooperation and school projects.
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Republican "Butch" Church announced his bid for the Catawba seat over the weekend.[Stocks]


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A Bedford County man remains in critical condition after an accident this morning on Route 501.
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It happened around 9:30 just north of the Lynchburg city limits.
State police say 51- year- old Walter Slaughterbeck of Big Island pulled into the path of a southbound tractor trailer.
The truck struck Slaughterbeck's Chevy Blazer broadside in the driver's door.. Slaughterbeck was taken to Lynchburg General Hospital where he's now in the neurological intensive care unit.
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The man convicted of gunning down a worker at the Stanley Furniture plant in Henry County will spend more than two decades in prison.
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Philip Grady Boatman was sentenced today for the murder of Daniel Mussleman last April.
The judge imposed the jury's sentence for Boatman to serve 20-years in prison for murder plus three-years on a weapons violation.
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You'll have to live in your mobile home for at least a year if you want to move it in Franklin County.
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County supervisors approved a new rule yesterday -- saying renters can not move pre-1976 mobile homes.
They say they don't want old trailers at Smith Mountain Lake, for example, scattered throughout the county and rented out.
So from now on, if you want to move, you must prove you've lived in your mobile home for at least a year and will continue living in it.
There are about six thousand mobile homes in the county -- making up one third of all housing.
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Coming up tonight in sports, Radford University puts its 10 game winning streak on the line this evening.
We'll hear from new Redskins' quarterback Brad Johnson.
Rick Mast is getting some national exposure.
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But he'll have a tough time keeping up the pace Jeff Gordon is setting off the track this week.
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One of the biggest college games in the state this week is down at the Dedmon Dome.
Later tonight, the Radford University Highlanders put their school record ten game winning streak on the line against Big South rival Winthrop - a team that was won 12 in a row.
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The Highlanders are 17-and-7, and much of their success can be attributed to the fact that this is one of the most explosive teams in RU history.
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Highlights and postgame comments from the Dedmon Dome is coming up for you tonight at 11.

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Big South basketball returns to Your Hometown Station this Saturday as the News 7 sports team sets up shop in the Dedmon Center
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for a LIVE telecast of the regular season finale between Radford and the Liberty Flames.
Join us Saturday afternoon at 3:30 for the cross state rivalry.
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The Virginia Cavaliers continue their late season run in the ACC tonight as they battle the Clemson Tigers in Death Valley.
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Tonight here on Your Hometown Station you can check out the North Carolina Tarheels and N.C. State battling at the Dean Dome.
Tonight's game tips off at nine o'clock here on WDBJ-7.
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The Washington Redskins have all of a sudden put themselves back in the picture in the NFC East.
The team's trade this week with the Vikings for quarterback Brad Johnson gives the team a veteran signal caller, who believe it or not, grew up a Redskins' fan.
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Johnson will be 31 in September. He brings a strong arm and plenty of size to DCTERMS. He's six feet five inches tall.

The Skins say they may do even more trading before the April draft.

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If you think Jeff Gordon was on the fast track at Daytona, you should see the way he's been moving since winning the race.
Monday morning Gordon's greeted fans at Daytona USA
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and then flew to New York City for the ESPY awards, an appearance on the Letterman Show, another appearance with Regis and Kathie Lee and then a stop at the Big Apple's All-Star Cafe.
While Gordon has been playing, I wonder if his crew has been working?
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By the way, Gordon won last year's Race at Rockingham, as well.[S-Mast]


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Rick Mast will be returning to the Rock later this week as the defending pole winner.
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And thanks to all the success he had at Daytona last week, he also is starting to get some much deserved national publicity
NASCAR's web site is featuring Mast in its lead story today.
NASCAR online calls Mast's Daytona success, the biggest surprise of Speedweeks 99.
You can check out the story by going to WDBJ-7.com and clicking on our WEBWATCH icon.
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A Roanoke woman didn't think she'd get a chance to check out Elton John Friday... until she won tickets to the show in a raffle.
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Susan Lipes paid ten dollars for a chance at two tickets to the show--and came out the big winner.
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((SUSAN LIPES/CONCERT TICKET WINNER; I WAS KIDDING WHEN I SAID I WAS GOING TO WIN AND I WON.))
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The local "Harley Davidson Owners Group" sponsored the raffle--with half of the money going to the group and the other half to organizations supported by the HOGS.
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((KEN LUPER/HARLEY DAVIDSON OWNERS GROUP; WE'RE SUPPORTING MDA THIS YEAR......COUPLE OF OTHER THINGS.))
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The Harley owners raised 410-dollars for their causes.

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