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On News-7 tonight we'll consider several CAPITAL cases, starting with the trial now underway in the Ironto Rest S
top Murder.
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In sports, the madness is coming to an end as Duke and U-CONN meet for the College basketball championship tonight

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If you've got an extra 25-grand laying around you might want to take part of a test session in Martinsville. Jeremy Mayfield did just that today.
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[WX-Head]
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We are off to a slow start, but things are looking milder tomorrow. Show you why in a moment. [open]
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[Pritchett]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#98-81; 1:55:52]
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First day of testimony is over and the prosecution has almost completed its case against Livingston "Bud" Pritchett.
The man charged in the Ironto rest area slaying of Estel Singleton two years ago.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Eric - Microwave]


Eric Earnhart is at the Montgomery County courthouse with details.
[Live= Full/Eric -- Microwave]
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[Lilly]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
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[TAPE#=98-82; 1:41:38]
[GRAPHIC=Lilly Appeal]


It was a brother's taped testimony against his own brother that helped send Benjamin Lee Lilly to death row for killing a Virginia Tech student in 1995.
Today, the U-S Supreme Court wondered whether Mark Lilly's statements should ever have been allowed in court.
Ellen Qualls reports from Washington.
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[IN Q=It's NOT]
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[SUPER=01-Christopher Tuck/Lilly's Attorney; :49]
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[OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Washington.]

((It's NOT because Mark Lilly should never have to rat out his own brother for capital murder.
Five of nine U-S Supreme Court Justices questioned whether the kind of taped confession Mark Lilly gave -- fingering his brother Ben as the trigger man -- is the kind of hearsay evidence American courts should allow.
Ben and Mark Lilly and their teenage buddy went on a two day crime spree in 1995.
When they needed a car, they carjacked Virginia Tech student Alex DeFillipis, and according to everyone else's testimony, Ben executed him because he'd seen their faces and would be able to identify them.
The Virginia Attorney General's office has won every round so far-- but turned us down for an interview.
It's lawyers say Mark Lilly's taped confession does NOT violate Ben Lilly's 6th amendment right to confront his accusers in court.
[sot 12;16:57]

((CHRISTOPHER TUCK/LILLY'S ATTORNEY: ON A PERSONAL LEVEL, YOU'RE DEALING WITH SOMEONE THAT YOU'VE MET WITH ON NUMEROUS OCCASIONS, THAT YOU'VE MET WITH THEIR FAMILY, WHOSE FAMILY ARE HOPING THAT YOU'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO SAVE THEIR LIFE.
SO ON A VERY PERSONAL LEVEL, I GUESS I'M NOT SO MUCH WORRIED ABOUT THE BIG ISSUES, I'M WORRIED ABOUT SAVING MY CLIENT'S LIFE.))
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Toward that end, Tuck's gotten the help of a 550- dollar an hour lawyer from New York... for free.
His apparently thought-provoking arguments prompted Justice Antonin Scalia to chide the Commonwealth at one point, joking "sometimes people hire better lawyers on appeal, because they'll make better arguments."
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((CONSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARS SAY, DEPENDING ON HOW BROADLY THE JUSTICES CHOOSE TO RULE, THIS CASE COULD SET A NATIONAL PRECEDENT FOR HOW HEARSAY IS USED IN CRIMINAL TRIALS. ELLEN QUALLS, NEWS 7, WASHINGTON.))
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[Pughsley]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=99-1; 1:26:45]
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A Lynchburg teenager may face the death penalty as his murder trial gets underway in the Hill City.
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18- year- old Dale Lee Pughsley (PUGS-lee) is charged with capital murder for the shooting death of 41- year- old David W. Robertson last year.
Police say the shooting was drug- related.
So far, sixteen of the 24 jurors needed have been selected for the jury pool in Pughsley's case.
Opening statements are expected to get underway tomorrow.
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[Roanoke-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sgo]
[TAPE#=99-3; 1:25:01]
[GRAPHIC=Fire Investigation]


It didn't take firefighters long to control a blaze in Northwest Roanoke today.
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Flames started in the living room of a vacant house on the corner of 20th street and Staunton Avenue.
Whe firefighters got there, flames were shooting out of upper-level windows.
The fire was under control in about 10 minutes.
Nobody was hurt.
But firefighters are calling the fire "very suspcious."
The house doesn't have electricity.
And this was NOT the first time the vacant home has caught fire.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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When News 7 at 6 returns, the Dow busts through the 10-thousand barrier.
What does it mean for investors?
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And we'll hear an explanation from a suspect charged with speeding in a stolen car... an arrest that turned up in the midst of traffic enforcement on I-81 over the weekend.
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The saturation treatment by state police on the Interstate may be paying off.
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The number of arrests in yesterday's crackdown on I-81 was about 40-percent fewer than the first day troopers were out in force in February.
A total of 965 violators were ticketed- -all told, Sunday- -from Winchester to Bristol, compared with 17-hundred-30 a month ago.
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((1ST SGT FRANK DUFFY/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: THE MOTORING PUBLIC OUT THERE HAS STARTED SLOWING DOWN QUITE A BIT. I CAN SEE A BIG DIFFERENCE IN INTERSTATE TRAFFIC MYSELF.))
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[Young]


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In addition to all the SPEEDERS, state police nabbed a couple of criminal suspects.
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(( Most notably Morris Conward Young, an ex-con from Rainelle, West Virginia- -who was arraigned this afternoon on a grand theft charge, operating a stolen vehicle....
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driving without a valid license and eluding police.
[NAT SOT Full:] ((THAT'S A MISDEMEANOR))


The arresting officer says he clocked Young on the Interstate doing 74.
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((IF HE HADN'T BEEN SPEEDING AND I TRIED TO STOP HIM FOR THAT, HE WOULD HAVE DRIVEN BY ME AND I NEVER WOULD HAVE KNOWN IT.))
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The trooper pulled in behind Young and he says the suspect tried to get away- -shifting from one lane to the next.
He called in the tag number. Dispatch told him it belonged to a stolen car.
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((AND THEN HE STOPPED, JUMPED OUT AND STARTED RUNNING, SO I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT HE WAS GOING TO DO.))
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Trooper O'Connor says he chased Young on foot for nearly a mile.
With extra troopers in the area, aired by an aerial search and a canine unit, Young was arrested within a couple of hours.
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((WHAT WAS GOING ON YESTERDAY? I WAS DRINKING TOO MUCH. YOU WERE DRINKING AND DRIVING, BESIDES SPEEDING IN A STOLEN VEHICLE? I CAN'T ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS RIGHT NOW, SIR, WITHOUT MY LAWYER PRESENT.))
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Young told police he was on his way to Louisiana to pick up his daughter.
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[Dow]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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After weeks of flirting with 10-thousand, the Dow Jones Industrial Average finally delivered.
It closed at 10-thousand-six today.
An all-time record... and a long-awaited milestone.
[Double Boxes=Keith and Scott/Microwave]


Scott Goldberg is in the newsroom to tell us what it means.
[Live= Scott Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Scott1;]


Keith, it doesn't mean anyone who owns stock is suddenly rich.
It does mean the stock market has passed a big mental milestone.
10-thousand is a big number...
And with the Dow closing above that benchmark, it reminds investors that the U-S economy is still strong and still growing.
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(( TOM DUNKENBERGER: IT'S PRETTY SIGNIFICANT IN THAT IT'S A PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIER THAT'S FINALLY BEEN BROKEN ON THE CLOSE OF THE MARKET FOR A DAY.))
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[OUT Q=FOR A DAY]


They were celebrating on Wall Street as the Dow recorded its first ever close above 10-thousand.
It was fueled by investor confidence and strong earnings by a few companies.
But Roanoke stockbroker Tom Dunkenberger warns the good times may not last because some stocks might be trading for more than they're really worth.
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[IN Q=a lot of people]

((DUNKENBERGER: A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE THINKING THE MARKET GOES HIGHER, THEREFORE THEY'RE GOING TO FUEL MONEY INTO THE MARKET. IF THAT DOES NOT COME TRUE, IF THE EARNINGS ARE NOT THERE TO JUSTIFY THESE HIGH VALUATIONS, THEN THEY MAY BE IN FOR A DISAPPOINTMENT. ))
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Something to keep in mind:
The Dow Industrial Average is made up of 30-stocks.
The average is the most widely accepted measure of how the market's doing.
But outside of those 30 companies, many stocks have lost value in the last year.
Proof, some experts would argue, we're entering a bear market despite the Dow's bullish accopmlishment.
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Keith.


[Stocks]


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Here's a look at the exact numbers from this historic day on Wall Street. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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A gain of nearly 185 points sent the Dow sailing to 10-thousand-six-point-seventy eight.
Nasdaq gained almost seventy points.
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[Weed-Seed]


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[WRITER=ssm]
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Eight programs that are improving the lives of Lynchburg's inner- city residents got a little financial boost today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


A total of twenty thousand dollars in grant money was distributed today as part of the Weed and Seed program.
Weed and Seed targets housing, poverty and employment problems in the nation's inner cities.
For many of the eight groups chosen, this was the second year in a row they've received funding.
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[IN Q=And the reporting]

((DIERDRE GLOVER/WEED & SEED COMMUNITY ORGANIZER: AND THE REPORTING THAT THEY MADE SHOWED US THEY ARE TRULY MAKING AN IMPACT IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS AND WE WANTED TO CONTINUE THAT PROCESS. THOUGH THE AMOUNTS MAY BE SMALL, WE FEEL LIKE THIS IS A LITTLE SEED MONEY, THEY WILL CONTINUE TO GROW AND LOOK FOR OTHER AVENUES TO RECEIVE FUNDING.))
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Most of the groups receiving money today work with young people in Lynchburg's College Hill and Tinbridge Hill neighborhoods.
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[Amherst-Jail]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=99-2; 1:08:03]
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A central Virginia building that used to house jail inmates has been given a last- minute stay of execution.
Steve Smallshaw reports on the efforts to save the old Amherst jail from the wrecking ball.
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(( Surrounded by newer and more modernized buildings, the old Amherst jail sticks out like a sore thumb.
Two-by-fours prop up the front porch.. its last coat of paint is rapidly peeling away.
But some feel the 108- year- old building still has some life left in it.
[SOT 13:14:15]

((RODNEY TAYLOR/"SAVE THE JAIL" ORGANIZER: IT'S NOT MONTICELLO, IT'S NOT MAJOR SIGNIFICANT ARCHITECTURAL FEAT, BUT IT'S A NEAT- LOOKING BUILDING AND IT JUST DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE TO TEAR IT DOWN.))
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Up until a week ago, that was the plan.
Amherst County supervisors saw the old jail as a hazard that wasn't worth the ten thousand dollars it would cost to stabilize the building.
But supporters say it makes even less sense to spend FOURTEEN thousand to tear it down.
The old Methodist church nearby is now a parking lot.. and local preservationists say the town can't afford to lose another old building.
[SOT 14:33:36]

((MIKE MOREL/AMHERST CO. MUSEUM DIRECTOR: YOU'RE IN DANGER OF LOSING A LOT OF YOUR HERITAGE IF YOU CONTINUALLY ALLOW HISTORIC BUILDINGS TO BE TORN DOWN. AND THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN OLD BUILDING AND A HISTORIC BUILDING.))
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[OUT Q=a historic building.]

[Standup 15:21:33] ((Amherst County sheriff Jimmy Ayers already has volunteered the services of his current jail inmates to help with the scraping and painting that's needed to stabilize the building. Rodney Taylor says they'll need more support like that to keep this project going.))
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[SOT 13:17:05]

((TAYLOR: AT A TIME WHEN COMMUNITIES ALL ACROSS VIRGINIA ARE FIGHTING, AND THE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ARE FIGHTING TO PRESERVE THEIR HISTORIC BUILDINGS, IT DOESN'T MAKE SENSE FOR US TO HAVE A GOVERNMENT THAT'S ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE AND TEARING THE BUILDING DOWN.))
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[OUT Q=the building down.]


A public meeting will be held next month to gauge support for the project.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Amherst.))

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[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=dal]
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Coming up in sports, Mike Stevens caught up with Jeremy Mayfield during an expensive test session in Martinsville.

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[VO-NAT]


And the king of college basketball will be crowned on your hometown station tonight.
We'll preview the Duke-Connecticut match up.
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[S-Final-Four]


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[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-31 TC 1:02:52]
[GRAPHIC=Men's Final Four]


The National Champion of Division one college basketball is decided tonight when the Duke and the Univeristy of Connecticut meet in Saint Petersburg.
Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski is trying to become the fourth coach to win three or more national championships.

Duke is lead by national player of the year Elton Brand.
While first team all American Richard Hamilton shores up the Huskies frontline.
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[wipe to pinnacle] [full screen pinnacle board]
The game coverage tips off right here on your home town station tonight at nine.
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[S-Women]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-29 tc 59:36]
[GRAPHIC=Women's final four]


The Purdue Boilermakers spoiled Dukes chances at winning both the Men's and Women's National Championships.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-San Jose, CA/ESPN;]


The Blue Devils and Boilermakers squared off last night with Purdue making a 12-to-one second half run to propell the team to a national championship.
Purdue won its first ever title beating Duke 62-to-45.
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[WRITER=mst]
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[GRAPHIC=GOODY'S BODY PAIN 500]


The Martinsville Speedway is gearing up for next month's Goody's Body Pain 500, and so too are a number of drivers.
Jeremy Mayfield gave the half mile oval a "costly" workout today, and Mike Stevens was there.
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[S-Jordan]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=VT Basketball]


The Virginia Tech Women's basketball team will be honored for its 28 and three record, Sweet 16 appearance in the N-C-Double-A Tournament and its Atlantic 10 regular season conference title.
The celebration is happening at six o'clock Wednesday night in the Cassell.
Head Coach Bonnie Henrickson and all the players will be joined by the band and cheerleaders.
The Event is free and open to the public.
[ss=Express]


And finally tonight all of Virginia's E-C-H-L teams are in the play offs.
The Express is in second place behind Hampton Roads in the Northeast Division of the Northern Conference.
Richmond will be in the play offs as well the Renegades beat Roanoke four to three in a shootout last night.[Wx-Tape]
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