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Next on News 7 at Six... a Pulaski County teenager was shot and killed last night. her family believes it was an accident.
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And we'll show you how one school is helping it's students, and others prepare for SOL tests.

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In sports, The Trucks were at Matinsville today for the NAPA 250 The spring football season ended for Tech and Virginia.
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And we'll have the latest on the N-F-L draft including the Washington Redskins first round pick.
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Gusty Winds, rain showers, and a few flakes of wet snow make this April forecast feel like March. Details coming up.
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((ADRIAN SHORT/VICTIM'S FRIEND: SHE WAS JUST ALWAYS HAPPY AND EVERYTHING. SHE MADE EVERYBODY..IF WE WERE DOWN SHE WOULD JUST PICK US UP.))
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Family and friends mourn the death of a teenager fatally shot last night in Pulaski County.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Good evening, I'm Eric Earnhart.

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The shooting happened last night around 10:30 outside a home along Hickory Avenue..
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Joy Sutton joins us live in our newsroom with more on the story.
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Eric, family members say 17-year old Terry Duangan (DOO-NA-GAN) went to visit a family friend yesterday.
They say they aren't sure what happened next, however a short time later she was dead from a gunshot wound to the neck.
(Rollcue: wound to the neck.)
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(( ((RICKY DUANGAN/VICTIM'S BROTHER: SHE WAS MY SISTER.. IT'S THE HARDEST THING IN THE WORLD TO LOSE YOUR SISTER)) [RUNS05]
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Terri Duangan was loved by many... she was someone her friends say they could always count on to uplift their spirits.
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((ERICA BROWN/VICTIM'S FRIEND: SHE ALWAYS MADE ME LAUGH. SHE HELPED ME WHEN I WAS DOWN AT MY WORST TIMES. SHE WAS MY BABY DOLL.)) [RUNS11]
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[IN Q=I rememeber her love]

((CLAYTON SWEET/VICTIM'S PASTOR: I REMEMBER HER LOVE FOR THE LORD. AND IT WAS THE LOVE SHE HAD ON THE INSIDE..AND SHE SHARED IT WITH A SMILE.)) [RUNS08]
[OUT Q=it with a smile]


Terri had lived here on Hogans Place with her grandmother who had raised her since she was five. She had dreams of some day becoming a special education teacher.
But, those dreams ended when she was shot in the throat last night by Kenneth Whorley....a family friend who she was visiting at this house at 700 Hickory Avenue.
Pulaski County authorities have arrested Whorley in connection with the shooting and he is being held without bond at the Pulaski County Jail.))
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Family members say Whorley had a temper but they believe the shooting was an accident.
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Some of the charges against Whorley include reckless use of a firearm, and possesion of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Eric??..

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Danville police are asking for help in their search for a man who robbed the Sun Rise Convenience Store last night.


It happened just before midnight at 2305 North Main Street.
According to authorities, a black man entered the store, displayed a small hand gun and demanded money from a clerk.

He then stole the clerk's purse and fled.
Police said the suspect was wearing a sweatshirt and black pants and is about 6 feet tall.
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They're asking anyone with information to call them at (804) 799-6510.
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S-O-L testing is just a few weeks away and a couple of local teachers are trying to make sure their students are prepared.
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After realizing that many Virginia students scored below average in Social Sciences, the teachers at Raleigh Court Elementary School got together to create a website.
The site includes practice S-O-L questions and other questions for students of all ages on a variety of subjects.
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(KEVIN SPENCER/WEBMASTER: A CHILD THAT I THINK MIGHT HAVE DIFFICULTY IN A CERTAIN AREA WHETHER IT BE MATH OR SOMETHING,

THEN I WOULD BE ABLE TO SAY GO ON HERE AND SPEND SOME TIME ON THE MATH WEBSITE OR GO TO A MATH TEST FOR A CERTAIN GRADE LEVEL.)
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If you would like to log onto the Raleigh Court Elementary S-O-L test website you'll find a link on web watch at wdbj7.com.
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Congress completed work on the next federal budget this week, quicker than usual.
The one-point-nine TRILLION dollar spending plan is a Republican package for the most part.
And that shows in how western Virginia's representatives voted.
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The Senate passed the spending resolution 54-44.
Democrat Chuck Robb voted no.
Republican John Warner voted yes.
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Over in the House, the budget bill was approved 220 to 208.
Democrat Rick Boucher voted no.
But fellow Democrat Virgil Goode joined Republican Bob Goodlatte in supporting the measure.
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Still ahead the "Bissell Boy" was out helping Ronald McDonald Houses across the U-S, we'll tell you why..
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And, a Lexington journalist says he was "kidnapped" by Joe DiMaggio more than 10 years ago.
Now, he's going public with the story.
We'll tell you more about that in a few minutes, but first let's check in with Andrew Freiden in the weather center.
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Spring cleaning was in the works today at Ronald McDonald Houses all across the country..
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It was part of a spring clean-up tour sponsored by Bissell.
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The idea for the special day came from 8-year old Morgan Wilburn from Salem.
But, many people know him as the "Bissell Boy."
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((SHANNON BOOTHE/RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE: THIS IS BASICALLY WHERE IT ALL GOT STARTED WITH A LITTLE BOY NAMED MORGAN WHO VOLUNTEERED HERE AT THE HOUSE WITH HIS MOTHER..AND BISSELL GOT INVOLVED BECAUSE HE HAD A..HE WAS JUST CRAZY OVER VACUUMS.))
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Morgan was showing off his cleaning skills at the Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia.
Bissell donated cleaning supplies and two vacuum cleaners to each Ronald Mc Donald House across the country.
This is the second annual "Ronald McDonald Spring Clean Day."
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Norfolk Southern can't outrun the global economic crisis.
And patients at the Lewis-Gale clinic can't keep paying bills the way they used to.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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The people who make cars that carry coal knew Norfolk Southern wasn't shipping as much.
So it wasn't a surprise when the railroad said it's cutting production of coal hoppers, and cutting 110-people from its workforce.
N-S blamed the layoffs on a slumping foreign demand for American coal. [99-1; 1:59:31]
Careful! This might hurt a little.
Lewis-Gale Clinic is asking its patients to settle their bills in the next six months.
The clinic used to let patients make small payments over a number of years.
But the bill-paying policy is changing, says the clinic, to keep up with industry standards. [99-5; 1:05:56]
The Valley's home-grown bank keeps on growing.
Valley Bank opened a new branch in Salem.
It's the fourth branch to open in the four years the bank's been around. [lb file -- lb1 1:15:25; lb2 00:09:40]
First Union profits took a first quarter dive.
Big Green blamed an 11-percent drop on its acquisition of CoreStates Financial Corporation. [99-10; 00:48]
Volvo said it's ready to roll.
The truck maker announced its expansion of the Pulaski County truck plant is scheduled to start in July.
It won't be finished until sometime in two-thousand-two. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
On Wall Street, there's no stopping the Dow.
It finished the week at a record 10-thousand-494.
Slumping tech stocks brought down the NASDAQ.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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Later this month thousands of fans will gather at Yankee Stadium to remember baseball legend Joe DiMaggio..
A man many knew from afar--except Lexington resident Doug Chase.
He met the Yankee Clipper more than a decade ago but he's just recently decided to write about the experience.
Stacey Martin has more.
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((After 11 years Doug Chase has finally let the public in on a closely held memory--the day he says he was "kidnapped" by Joe DiMaggio.
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((DOUG CHASE/COLUMNIST: HE SAID DO YOU HAVE A CAR AND I SAID YEAH AND HE SAID WHERE IS IT AND I SAID IT'S OVER THERE AND HE SAID WELL LET'S GET OUT OF HERE.)) [RUNS05]
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The Yankee Clipper was in town to attend a dedication of VMI's new baseball field.
And, Chase just happened to be at the right place at the right time following a press conference.
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((DOUG CHASE/COLUMNIST: EVERYBODY ELSE LEFT AND I JUST KIND OF HUNG AROUND AND WENT DOWN STAIRS OF THE BUILDING OVER AT VMI AND NEXT THING I KNOW HE WALKS INTO THE ROOM AND SAYS HI I'M JOE DIMAGGIO AND I WAS THINKING TO MYSELF I COULD PROBABLY GUESS THAT.)) [RUNS15]
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The excursion lasted for about 45 minutes.
Chase showed DiMaggio the Rockbridge County countryside and described meeting a man who seemed lonely, and at times sad.
DiMaggio talked about his days as a ball player, living with fame and his legendary 56 consecutive -game hitting streak.
Though the hall-of-famer's style and success are hard to match he left some words of encouragement for young athletes.
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((JOE DIMAGGIO: I WANT YOU BALL PLAYERS TO KNOW THAT THIS IS A GAME NOW GO ON OUT AND PLAY AND I WANT TO WISH YOU LUCK IF YOU HAVE FUTURE BASEBALL AMBITIONS, I HOPE YOU MAKE THEM.)) [RUNS09]
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Baseball players and fans will once again honor the legendary athlete April 25th at Yankee Stadium.
Stacey Martin, News 7.))

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For years stories about a ghost named "Emma"..
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had people afraid to step foot in the Natural Bridge Caverns.
But, was it all make-believe?
You be the judge when the news continues.
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Surveyors made their way through the Natural Bridge Caverns for the first time in the 1800's.
But, it took 100 years before the cavern was opened to the public.
Kimberly McBroom tells us why in this week's Time Off.
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((Since 19-79, the public has been able to leave the light of day...and enter the dark, damp, mysterious world of the Natural Bridge Caverns.
On Easter weekend, the caves began a new tourist season-- it's always closed during the winter months to allow the formations time to recover.
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((CHARLES MCFADDEN/CAVERNS MANAGER: THE CAVE MOSS DIES OUT NATURALLY. WE DON'T LIKE USING CHEMICALS OR AND MANIPULATING THE CAVE AT ALL. SO, WE LET ALL THAT DO IT NATURALLY. AND THE THREE MONTHS DURING THE WINTER IS THE BEST TIME TO LET IT DO THAT. THAT WAY, WE CAN KEEP THE CAVE GROWING AND FORMATIONS ALIVE.)) [RUNS:14]
The caves are in their natural state-- no colored lights or painted surfaces.
The growth is steady, but slow--just one cubic inch every 100 to 400 years.
Natural Bridge Caverns are the deepest on the east coast....their lowest point dropping 347- feet underground.

There's no documentation or official discovery date of the caves.
But the story surrounding its development is legendary--
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: SMALL BATS STILL INHABIT THE CAVE. BUT IT WASN'T BATS THAT SCARED AWAY THE ORIGINAL GROUP OF SURVEYORS BACK IN THE 19TH CENTURY...IT WAS A GHOST.)) [RUNS:08]
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((CHARLES MCFADDEN/CAVERNS MANAGER: AS THE NOISE GREW TOO LOUD TO BE A PERSON, ONE OF THE GROUP CONVINCED THE OTHERS IT WAS A GHOST. THE NEAT THING ABOUT IT WAS, AS THEY BEGAN TO WORK THEIR WAY BACK OUT, THE NOISE FOLLOWED THEM OUT. THEY STARTED RUNNING AND IT CHARGED THEM OUT OF THE CAVE.)) [RUNS:14]
The noise was that of a woman's cry...the ghost was later dubbed "Emma".
McFadden says the surveyors were SO frightened...they left behind some tools and a couple of lanterns.
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((CHARLES MCFADDEN/CAVERNS MANAGER: THE ORIGINAL SURVEYORS GOT TO THAT POINT RIGHT THERE, WHERE THE LANTERN IS AND THE GHOST SCARED THEM OUT OF HERE. OCCASIONALLY THERE WOULD BE A SMALL GROUP OF PEOPLE TO COME IN AND LOOK AT THE CAVE. BUT THAT'S WHY THE CAVE WASN'T EVER DEVELOPED BEFORE THE LATE 1970S. AT THE END OF THE 19TH CENTURY, WHEN THE OTHER MEN LEFT, NOBODY ELSE WANTED TO BE IN HERE FOR QUITE A WHILE. )) [RUNS:20]
But these days, there are plenty of visitors brave enough to see what lies "down under"--
Just remember to wear good walking shoes, watch for low ceilings... and don't be too afraid if you happen to hear "Emma's" cries.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Natural Bridge.))

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And coming up in sports, Jimmy Hensley wins the NAPA at Martinsville we'll check in on the first round of the N-F-L draft.
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And the Roanoke Express has a one game lead on Chesapeake in their East Coast Hockey League playoff series.
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After getting rudely wrecked last Fall at Martinsville, the "Virginia Gentleman" Jimmy Hensley got the home folks a win in his back yard today by taking the checkered flag in the NAPA 250 truck race.
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More than 35 thousand fans turned out at the Speedway to watch the race and see how the new pit configuration would work out. As expected it was action packed as a number of trucks got banged up.
Stacy Compton looked like the man to beat when he passed fellow Dodge Driver Dennis Setzer, who had mechanical problems.
Compton would have his hands full as well, as he lost the power steering in his truck, and lost the lead to Hensley, who slipped by in turn four to take the lead for good.
The Petty powered Dodge had no trouble the rest of the way, as Hensley gets his second career truck win and Compton finishes second to take over the points lead.
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And don't forget tonight at seven, Mike Stevens will have a half hour, NASCAR 99 special previewing tomorrow's Goody's Body Pain 500. Tonight at seven - right here on Your Hometown Station.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies wrapped up spring practice today with the annual Maroon and White game.
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A crowd of over 11-thousand showed up in Blacksburg today for the annual spring game in which the white team was spotted 14 points.
The man everyone was watching was the new starting quarterback Michael Vick who showed he was versitle and tough recovering this fumble and taking a head hit on the sideline early in the game.
The white team would score for a 20 to nothing lead at the half.
But in the fourth quarter Shryone Stith gets the call on this two yard pop for the score after driving 71 yards the Maroons still trailed 20 to 10.
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The Maroons scored their final points on this one yard dive by Jarrett Ferguson capping a 35 yard drive but the White out scores the Maroon 20 to 17.
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The Virginia Cavaliers also held their spring football game today, but not in the usual place.
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With Scott Stadium under construction these days to add more seats to the South endzone, the Cavs took their spring game to Albemarle high school this afternoon where they battled the wind and each other.
Senior Thomas Jones is expected to carry the load this season, and he scored on a one yard plunge on the first drive of the game.
The Cavs' defense was also in rare form as Travis Griffith comes from his defensive end spot and flies in for the sack on Dan Ellis.
The UVa offense would show a little spark later in the game. Quarterback David Rivers (RY-vers) hits Rick Ramsey on a slant pattern. Ramsey takes off , but drops the ball. But he is able to retrieve it and take it into the end zone for the TD.
And look who is back on defense. After being off a year for academic problems former PH star Shannon Taylor is back making strides with the rest of the team.
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And former UVa great Patrick Kerney, the all-american defensive end was selected in the first round of the NFL draft this afternoon.
Kerney was thet 30th overall selection - going to the Atlanta Falcons.

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In Major League Baseball this afternoon, the Boston Red Sox beat Tampa Bay 8 to 5.
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The Mascots entertaining the crowd.
The Red Sox led 4 to nothing until the fourth. that's when Danny Clyburn gets all of this pitch sending it over the green monster in left field to make the score 4 to 1 Boston in the inning.
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Boston added to its lead in the seventh Jose Cancesco going deep over the left field wall to make it 7 to 4 and the Red Sox win the game by a score of 8 to 5.
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The Roanoke Express can take a two games to none lead on Chesapeake in the second round of the East Coast Hockey League playoffs.
Last night at the Roundhouse the Express won game 1 2 to 1.
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Mike Peron is ready for war wearing a protective shield over his face after taking a puck in the face on Thursday.

The Express had many chances but most were turned away by Goalie Kirk Daubenspeck who robs Tim Christian with the pads.
But Roanoke was too much as Calvin Elfring gets the pass at the point and fires the shot into the net to make it 1 to nothing Express in the first.
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The Express would extend its lead when Peron gets loose on the break and scores his third goal of the playoffs and Roanoke goes on to win it 2 to 1.
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