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Lots of NEWS this Friday night at NEWS 7.

A diesel fuel tanker overturns, killing the driver.
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And you'll see and hear a gripping interview with the mother of the victim in last night's execution.
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Tonight in sports, Steve Mason takes a look into some of the off the ice financial woes facing the Express these days.
Qualifying is still winding down in Texas,
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And Cave Spring football coach Steve Spangler resigns today to take a job in administration.
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A tanker truck overturns ... killing the driver, spilling fuel, and blocking a bridge.
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[Execution]


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David Lee Fisher spent more than a decade on death row.
The wait was just as long for the victim's family.
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It all came to an end a few minutes after nine o'clock last night, when Fisher was put to death by lethal injection at the Greensville Correctional Facility in Jarratt.
Fisher maintained his innocence in the last words he spoke before the execution.
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[Fisher]


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Among those there to hear Fisher's final words and witness the execution last night was the victim's mother.
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Dianne LeClair drove all the way from Arkansas to be there. She stopped in Roanoke on her way home this morning to tells us about it.
She has waited nearly 15 years to see Fisher die, and said she saw glimpses of her son, David's final hours of life as Fisher was being put to death.
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It's certainly was the end for David Lee Fisher, a con man and mob snitch who assumed the name and a new identity courtesy of the federal government, after he testified against an organized crime figure in the 70's.
Dianne LeClair testified at the trial and returned the day Fisher was formally sentenced to death in 1987.
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The past 12 years have not been kind to her.
She says she's had a stroke, suffers numerous health problems- -all of which she attributes to the stress of her son's murder.
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All these years LeClair has desperately wanted an apology- -just to hear Fisher admit he arranged her son's murder.
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Instead, Fisher declared his innocence in his last words.
LeClair says she's been scarred for life.
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As difficult as it was to witness the execution, she says she has no regrets about being there.











[Pritchett]


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The selection of a jury to hear the murder case against Bud Pritchett may continue tomorrow.
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Lawyers questioned dozens of potential jurors again today. They've picked 16 to be in the jury pool so far.
They need 23.
Many of the people who have been called for jury duty were dismissed, because they had already made up their minds about the case.
The judge hopes to get opening statements in on Monday.
Pritchett is accused of the robbery and murder of a Roanoke man at the Ironto rest area two years ago.
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[Bank-Suspects]


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A police officer's son is under arrest for a bank robbery last May.
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[From 98-44 12:45]
20 year old Robert David Hamilton the Third is one of two people charged this week, with holding up the People's National Bank in Danville.
The Danville Register and Bee reports Hamilton is the son of a long-time city police officer there.
He and 26 year old Christopher Michael face federal charges. A third suspect was arrested in February.
They're charged in connection with theft of Federal Reserve bag filled with money .. from a courier vehicle that was the in bank's parking lot.
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A local youngster is heading for dinosaur country, and the Discovery Channel. We'll close News 7 at 6 with THAT story.
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And more Virginia-based troops are heading for Europe ... where U-S bombers are at work for a third night.
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NATO forces are bombing targets in Servia and Kosovo for a third night. While some people in our region are protesting the U-S and NATO action, Virginia's senators believe it's the right thing to do.
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Serbian television released this video today, of damage it says is caused by NATO strikes in Pristina, the capitol of the Kosovo region. [15NA - 14:50:24]
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And more U-S air power left Virginia this morning for possible action. The U-S-S Roosevelt sailed from its base in Norfolk. It's supposed to head for the Arabian sea, but a Navy spokesman say the Roosevelt could be diverted to the Mediterreanean to assist NATO military efforts.

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Some say violence is not the way to end violence.
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About 20 peace advocates gathered in Lynchburg today to protest the bombing in Kosovo.
They say air strikes will only increase tensions in the region, and that NATO instead should focus on bringing Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic to justice.
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((JACK PAYDEN- TRAVERS/L'BURG PEACE EDUCATION CENTER: NO ONE IS EXCUSING SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC, I THINK MOST OF US AGREE THAT PROBABLY HE NEEDS TO BE BROUGHT TO TRIAL AS A WAR CRIMINAL. BUT THE LATEST BOMBING WOULD INDICATE THAT THERE ARE PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES THAT PROBABLY COULD BE BROUGHT TO TRIAL AS WAR CRIMINALS, BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE GOING TO LOSE THEIR SONS AND DAUGHTERS.))
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The Lynchburg Peace Education Center routinely holds vigils after every murder in Lynchburg and every execution in Virginia.
They predict their numbers will grow if the war lingers on.
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The bombing has the support of both of Virginia's U-S Senators.
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As head of the Armed Services Committee, Republican John Warner is getting frequent briefings on the bombing campaign.
And he says it had to be done.
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((SEN. JOHN WARNER/R- VIRGINIA: CLEARLY, MILOSOVIC WAS TRYING TO SEE IF WE MEANT BUSINESS, THAT IS 19 ALLIED NATIONS. THE FACTS THAT WE RECEIVED CLEARLY INDICATE THAT WE DID MEAN BUSINESS AND WE CARRIED IT OUT.))
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Warner says he's seen photos of the bomb damage, and he believes the air strikes have been very effective so far.

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If you want that new addition on your house, better start thumbing through the yellow pages now.
After all, you need a carpenter, an electrician, a heating and air guy --
But now a Roanoke pioneer has created a one-stop shop.
Tina Tenret has more.
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We've all been through this before -- waiting for hours for the repairman.
So Roanoker Chuck Dyson started a new and different company called Horizons.
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Builders say it's a new idea .. a full staff of plumbers, carpenters, electricians and air conditioning experts -- all under one roof.
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The point is to save the customer time.
Karen Bolick is pleased with the work.
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John Brock owns a construction company.
But like other builders, he must hire someone from a different company for each part of the job.
He says the shortage of construction workers could turn this one-stop-shop idea into a trend.
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((IF HE CAN FIND THE HELP AND MAYBE HAVE THE ABILITY TO CROSSTRAIN. .... YOU COULD TRAIN THEM IN THOSE TRADES, THEN MAYBE THEY'D SAY WELL I'D LIKE TO WORK AS A PLUMBER, WELL I'D LIKE TO WORK AS A CARPENTER. THEY COULD CROSSTRAIN.)) [RUNS:06]
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((THE ROANOKE REGIONAL HOMEBUILDERS SUGGESTS THAT BEFORE YOU HIRE PEOPLE TO WORK AROUND YOUR HOME YOU ALWAYS CHECK THEIR REFERENCES AND THE LENGTH OF TIME THEY'VE BEEN IN THE BUSINESS. THAT GOES FOR ANY COMPANY YOU CHOOSE. TINA TENRET NEWS7)) [RUNS:15]
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The "Big Game" lottery drawing tonight will be getting plenty of attention.
The jackpot is worth 75 million dollars.
Even if you take the cash option, that comes out to about 40 million.
But the odds of winning are remote .. one in 76-point-3 million.

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Coming up tonight in sports, two prominent Roanoke County coaches steps aside, Steve Mason has an eye opening report on the Roanoke Express' financial woes.
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And while the Winston Cup cars are still qualifying in Texas - the Busch Grand National division has already made its mark at the track.
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A couple of veteran coaches in Roanoke County are stepping away from the sidelines.
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Cave Spring head football coach Steve Spangler has resigned to become the assistant principal at William Byrd Middle School.
Spangler coached football at Cave Spring for 9 years, two as an assistant and seven as a head coach.
In 1994 he was voted Friday Football Extra's triple A coach of the year.
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Cave Spring principal Martha Cobble says there's already interest in the job from members of the current staff, others within the county and some outside the area, as well.
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In one other Roanoke County coaching move, William Byrd basketball legend Richard Thrasher is stepping down after 15 seasons as the Lady Terriers head coach.
During that time, Thrasher won 301 games, a state title and lost just 91 contests.
The likeable coach has had to battle his share of health related problems over the years, but he says his physical condition had nothing to do with the move.
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The Winston Cup cars are in Roanoke, Texas today qualifying for Sunday's Texas 500.
The first round time trials are far from finished. Here's how things stack up at this moment.
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The Busch Grand National division races in the Coke 300 tomorrow at one right here on WDBJ-7.
Don't expect this guy, Joe Buford to be running for the win.
He hit the wall today, but Dave Blaney did win the pole, with Mark Maritn second, Adam Petty third and Jeff Gordon fourth.
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With the playoffs right around the corner with Roanoke taking on Hamptton Roads tonight.
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The Express has fired two front office personel and general manager Tony Mancuso has decided to step down from his post for family reasons. Circumstances that have unfolded in the wake of complaints about the franchise's late billing from the city and some venders, raising the questions about the franchise's stability. Steve Mason has more.
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Chuck Beasley's Gurtner Printing company designed the Express programs. The first payment was due in December, but an Express effort to pay was made only after an owner was contacted. ((CHUCK BEASLEY:))
Jerri Rorr of the Billings and Collections department for Roanoke City monitors the regular season ticket sales admissions tax the Express was supposed to have paid a couple of months ago. ((:))
Rorr said this is the first time she has had this problem with the Express and that no legal action has been taken yet. The franchise is also late on a payment to Lee Hartnman and Sons. General manager Tony Mancuso deferred questions to owner Dick Yancy, who addressed the late payments to venders from his office in Harrisonburg. ((:))
Some of the hockey organizations business partners say they have a good relationship with the Express. Team owners have since re-evaluated their hands off approach to management and will be more involved next season. ((:))
Yancey said the Express organaization is financially strong and here to stay in Roanoke. Tuesday, Yancey spoke with former Express owner John Gagnon, who has spoken openly about buying the team back. ((:))


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A second grader from Craig County has won a spot on national T-V.
And as Scott Goldberg reports, she won it by answering the call of the wild.
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It only took a 12-second audition to prove this kid's got talent.
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((MY FAVORITE ANIMAL IS A SEAL. ARGH! ARGH! ARGH! ARGH!)) [RUNS04]
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And that kind of talent is going to take her places.
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Eight-year-old Carly Whiting won a contest sponsored by the Discovery Channel.
Eighteen kids won nationwide.
This summer, the T-V network will send them on an archeological dig in Colorado.
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All they had to do to win a spot on the show was make a noise like their favorite animal.
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((SHARRON DAVIES/COX COMMUNICATIONS: WE SAW EVERYTHING. WE SAW CATS. WE SAW DOGS...)) [RUNS03]
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((CARLY: MY FAVORITE ANIMALS ARE THE SEAL AND THE WHALE.)) [RUNS03]
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((SHARRON DAVIES: ... WE SAW SNAKES AND WE SAW HORSES ... AND WE SAW OF COURSE THE SEAL WHICH WAS JUST FANTASTIC.)) [RUNS04]
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((MELISSA WHITING/CARLY'S MOM: THE FIRST TIME I EVER HEARD HER DO IT WAS AT THE NORTH CAROLINA ZOOLOGICAL PARK AND THE POLAR BEARS JUST WENT CRAZY.)) [RUNS06]
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Mom said she's quite proud of her daughter ... and she encourages her daughter's obsession with ocean animals.
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((CARLY: I WANNA BE A MARINE BIOLOGIST. Scott Goldberg: And why are you wearing your hair like that? CARLY: BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE A WHALE SPOUT.)) [RUNS08]
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She's won a lot of attention since she won her spot on naitonal T-V.
And since imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it's obvious Carly has won the admiration of ... not to mention a hearty seal of approval from ... her peers.
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(( kids laugh and make seal nosies/)) [RUNS02]
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Scott Goldberg, News-7, New Castle.))
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