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Coming up on News 7-
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A live report from Colorado with the latest on yesterday's shooting.
We'll hear from a Roanoke teen who went to school in Littleton just last year.
- What's up with former Hokie Jim Druckenmiller and a grand jury? Details ahead.
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And changes at a local shopping center- all next.
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[School-Shooting]


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The bodies of fifteeen people were brought out of Columbine high school tonight- one by one.
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Manuel Gallegus is in Littleton Colorado reporting live with the latest on the investigaiton.
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((lITTLETON COLORADO IS GRIPPED WITH GRIEF. AT A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR THOSE KILLED IN ONE OF THE BLOODIEST SCHOOL MASSACRES EVER, THERE IS NO END TO THE TEARS.
AS THE BOMB SQUAD CONTINUED TO COMB THROUGH COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL LOOKING FOR BOOBY TRAPS....OFFICIALS BEGAN TO PIECE TOGETHER DETAILS OF THE ATTACK THAT LEFT 14 STUDENTS AND ONE TEACHER DEAD.
John Stone, Jefferson County Sheriff: What led to this attack? A disfunctional individual.
POLICE BELIEVE IT WAS 18 YEAR OLD ERIC HARRIS WHO MASTERMINDED AND LEAD THE BRUTAL ASSULT. HE AND 17 YEAR OLD DYLAN KLEBOLD WERE BOTH MEMBERS OF A GROUP KNOWN AS THE TRENCHCOAT MAFIA. ON AN INTERNET WEB PAGE, HARRIS SEEMED TO WARN OF THE CARNAGE TO COME..SAYING "TODAY IS MY LAST DAY ON EARTH...BE PREPARED."
Nick Baumbart, Friend: "I did not think they would actually do something like this.and it was not their nature."
THE HIGH SCHOOL IS NOW A GRIEVING PLACE FOR MANY IS THIS SUBURB OUTSIDE OF DENVER. AND AS POLICE MAP THE CRIME SCENE, THEY SAY IT MAY BE A WHILE --IF EVER-- BEFORE THEY KNOW WHAT CAUSED TWO TROUBLED TEENS TO CREATE SUCH TERROR. Sheriff John Stone: I DON'T SEE A MOTIVE. But I have a real concern with people who ID with heros like Adolph Hitler.))




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[Double Boxes=Jean & Gallegus/Newspath][Former-Student]



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A Roanoke 9th grader is among those waiting for the names of the dead.
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Tommy Wood attended another school in Littleton last year and still has friends at Columbine.
He did NOT know the two students who carried out the attack, but did know several others who wore trenchcoats and listened to heavy metal music.
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(( TOMMY WOOD/FORMER LITTLETON STUDENT; THEY WERE THE KIND OF PEOPLE THAT WEAR THAT STUFF JUST FOR LOOKS AND FOR THEIR OPINION AND THEY DIDN'T REALLY, THEY LIKED JUST AVOUT EVERYONE AND THEY REALLY DIDN'T THINK OF KILLING ANYBODY OR HURTING ANYBODY. ))
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Wood says he'd like to return to Littleton to visit his friends, but he doesn't want to live there anymore.
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A Roanoke County high school principal says tomorrow he'll tell students not to tease classmates who wear trenchcoats.
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16-year-old John Fidler left Northside High school early today to avoid a fight.
He wasn't even wearing his usual black jeans and trenchcoat -- but he says students still would not stop calling him the Trenchcoat Mafia.
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((WHEN SOMEONE PICKS ON ME I REALLY DON'T CARE BUT WHEN I SEE THEM PICKING ON MY FRIENDS AND THEY'RE A LOT SMALLER THAN ME THAT BUGS ME MORE THAN THEM PICKING ON ME.))
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Other parents have also complained, saying their children were teased for wearing trenchcoats.
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((NO KIDS 16 YEARS OLD WANTS TO BE CALLED THE TRENCHCOAT MAFIA. LIKE I SAID EARLIER THAT TO ME IS JUST LIKE BEING CALLED CHARLES MANSON.))
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Fidler says he wears a trenchcoat to mimic his favorite wrestler -- Sting -- but that he will put it away for a while.
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[E-Gun-Bill]


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Students in our area are worried they could also be victims of violence in school.
They're asking the Governor for help.
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Eric Earnhart is in the newsroom with more. [Take Eric Full]
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Jean the governor has has a bill on his desk banning guns on school property, but he's been trying to get an exemption that would allow students with hunting rifles to keep their guns locked in their cars.
The bill currently would allow that exemption ONLY IF the local school board approved it.
But some area students say even that's unacceptable.
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(( For this group of seniors at Lord Botetourt, the question is a no-brainer.

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(( FRED HUTCHINS/SENIOR; I WOULD SAY NO GUNS AT VIRGINIA SCHOOLS PERIOD, IT'S NOT WORTH THE RISK OF HAVING YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN LOOSE THEIR LIVES SO SOME HUNTING STUDENTS CAN HAVE THE CONVENIENCE OF JUST GOING OUT IN THE PARKING LOT AND THEN GO HUNTING. ))
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That parking lot is not far from the building itself... It would take only a minute or two to get a gun and return to the building. it IS something students worry about.

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(( ALEX MCLEAREN/SENIOR; WHEN YOUR'RE WALKING DOWN THE HALL AND YOU SEE A FIGHT, YOU DON'T WANT TO BE AFRAID THE SOMEBODY'S GOING TO PULL OUT A GUN THAT THEY HAD JUST GOTTEN FROM THEIR CAR AND START RANDOMLY FIRING ))
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And one student says, if you consider the lengths schools go to to protect students, letting guns anywhere near the building doesn't make sense.

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(( HARASH PATEL/SENIOR; KIDS CAN'T HAVE CIGARETTES, CELL PHONES, PAGERS AT SCHOOL.... THEY CAN HAV HUNTING RIFLES? IF THEY HAVE A BAD DAY, THEY COULD BE HUNTING PEOPLE. ))
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[take Eric full]
The students want Gilmore and the legislature to produce an UNCONDITIONAL ban of all guns on school property. That is not expected to happen.
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However, Jean, the governor DID, sign a bill today giving anyone convicted of posessing a gun on school property, WITH THE INTENT TO USE IT THERE, or THREATEN PEOPLE WITH IT, a mandatory 5 year prison sentence.





[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey

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A Montgomery County Circuit judge has been asked to UN-seal a grand jury indictment that allegedly involves former Virginia Tech Quarterback Jim Druckenmiller.
Papers filed in court by the Times-World Corporation allege the indictment charges Druckenmiller with a felony but does not go into the nature of the alleged offense.
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Druckenmiller just finished his second year as a back-up quarterback with the San Francisco 49-ers.
He played at Virginia Tech for four years before moving on to a professional career.
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During today's hearing, both sides had a chance to make their case.
Prosecutor Skip Schwab argued that a defendant has the right to be served with an indictment before learning about it in the media.
Circuit Judge Ray Grubbs indicated he'll rule on the matter tomorrow.

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He gunned down two men in the streets of Bedford in 1997.. now Andre Evans could receive the death penalty for his crime.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( They were two fatal shootings that both sides admit anyone could have prevented.. instead, a long-running feud between Andre Evans and Tim Robinson ended in bloodshed.
Evans' lawyers argued he had every right to fear for his life. ((WEBSTER HOGELAND/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: ANDRE EVANS HAD THE.. TO REPEL IT.))
But prosecutor Randy Krantz says it wasn't fear that motivated Evans.. only his sense of pride. ((RANDY KRANTZ/PROSECUTOR: HE DID THAT TO PROVE THAT HE WAS THE MAN.. IS CALLED FOR.))
The maximum penalty could be death.
Judge James Updike found Evans guilty of capital murder. ((JAMES UPDIKE: THAT THE DEFENDANT.. INEXPLICABLE PRIDE.))
Sentencing gets underway Thursday morning.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Bedford.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The federal government is looking into the Kroger-Harris Teeter swap. Just ahead on News 7, we'll tell you why.
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And big changes are on the way at a Roanoke shopping center. We'll tell you who's leaving and who's moving in.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((O-K sports fans here's what's happening...The Roanoke Express prepares for this friday night's ECHL playoff game with Chesapeake Mario Lemieux has league backing in his effort to buy the bankrupt Pittsburgh Penguins. And Chip Sullivan will tee it up with his P-G-A golfing buddies tomorrow morning in the Greater Chrysler Classic in Greensboro.
All that and more coming up in Sports.))
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Government trust busters say they're looking over the Harris-Teeter and Kroger store swap.
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The Federal Trade Commission wants to make sure there will be grocery-store competition in markets like Roanoke.
The F-T-C reviews thousands of business deals every year.
And one Roanoke business lawyer said the feds rarely block deals like the store swap.
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((HUGH WELLONS: THEY MIGHT TAKE A LOOK AT IT AND ASK SOME QUESTIONS. BUT THERE ARE SO MANY OTHER STRONG GROCERY STORES OPERATING IN THE VALLEY, I'D BE SURPRISED IF THEY DID ANYTHING.))
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Kroger said there is plenty of grocery competition in the Roanoke area.
It plans to take over 11 Harris Teeters in Western Virginia after May 11th.
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Lots of changes at Roanoke's Towers Mall.
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S and S Cafeteria has not renewed its lease.
S and S said it wants to stay in Roanoke ...
But the mall's leasing agent said the restaurant will close on June first.
Also closing is Mae's Fabric store.
Mall officials say they're trying to lure a nationally recognized clothing store to fill the empty space.
Also ... new pizza restaurant is supposed to open at Towers in two weeks.
And next month, the old theater will be torn down, clearing the way for even more new tenants.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The action in Kosovo is getting closer to the ground. Still ahead on News 7, U-S helicopters are in place for action.
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[VO-NAT]

And if YOU don't like the recent gas price increases ... meet some REALLY angry people. And they're making vacations tough for American tourists.
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[Kosovo]


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More bombs are falling on Belgrade tonight.
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((NAT SOUND OF BOMBINGS))
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This was the scene as missiles struck-
One of the targets- the headquarters of Slobodan Milosovic's political party.
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Today a new NATO offensive arrived in Albania- Apache Helicopters- which will keep the conflict in the air, but move it much closer to the ground- Officials say it could bring U-S casualities.
And 20 thousand refugees who've covered so much ground- will now be heading to the U-S mainland- rather than a U-S naval base in Cuba.
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[60Minutes2]


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A federal judge had a hand in tonight's airing of 60 Minutes Two.
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The Charlotte judge did not block CBS from broadcasting this investigative report focusing on the operations of Charter Behavioral Health Systems. CBS placed a hidden camera on a worker's eyeglasses to record activities. The program alledged that the psychiatric hospital falsified records and condoned dangerous conditions. The hospital took CBS to court stating the hidden camera violated patient confidentiality. CBS sucessfully argued the report was shielded from prior restraint by the First Amendment.
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[Fuel-Protest]


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Proposed gasoline price hikes have led to fighting in the streets .. in Jamaica.
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Some people there are furious over the potential gas price increases, from about a dollar-55 to two dollars per US-gallon.
Protestors set up barriers of burning tires, old household appliances, cars and garbage. They then robbed motorists who tried to go around them. American residents and tourists in the Caribbean Island were warned to stay at home or in their hotels.
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The Express prepares for this weekends series in Chesapeake against the Icebreakers and Mike Stevens catches up with Chip Sullivan in Greensboro.
But first our extra point.
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Sammy Sosa will go to bat for McDonalds in a new T-V- spot.
The 30 second commerical, "Do Over" features a boy and his friend kicking back with a little Mc Smack when the boy's parents arrive home with his newborn sister.
Unimpressed with the new addition to the family the boy mutters "Do Over" and imagines that mom and dad return with Sosa instead.
Now here are tonights baseball scores.
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[S-Express]


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The Express leaves for Chesapeake Friday afternoon and game three of the Northern Conference Semifinals.
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Today, the team practiced at the Round House for just over an hour. Kris Cantu is all set to make his return Friday and play in his first ECHL playoff game ever. While the icebreakers are the focus, Scott Gordon is still looking a head. Around 4pm, he departed for Richmond to scout the Renegades/Toledo Storm playoff tilt tonight.
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((SCOTT GORDON/EXPRESS HEAD COACH:IT WOULD JUST BE NICE TO GO IN THERE AND SEE WHAT THEY'RE DOING FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE. WE WATCHED CHESAPEAKE PLAY COLUMBUS ON TAPE AND YOU CAN SEE THINGS MORE CLEARLY AGAINST ANOTHER TEAM BECAUSE MAYBE THEY'RE A LITTLE MORE DELIBERATE THAN WHAT WE DO OR THEY PRESENT OTHER DIFFICULTIES FOR ANOTHER TEAM, SO HOPEFULLY WE'LL GET TO SEE SOME THINGS TOLEDO DOES NEGATIVELY AND POSITIVELY THAT WILL HOPEFULLY SHOW SOME HOLES IN THE RICHMOND TEAM TO.))
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The Express leads ths series 2 games to none.



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The Colorado Avalanche has postponed tonight's game in the Stanley Cup Playoffs against San Jose.
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The postponement comes because of the shootings at Columbine High School.
The team worked out as scheduled but the front office decided it was in the best interest of the community to delay the start of the series.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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The series with San Jose will begin Saturday.

[S-Mario]


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Mario Lemieux will have the backing of the National Hockey League in his bid to by the Bankrupt Pittsburgh Penguins.
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The league is leaning toward revoking the team's francise if Lemieux does not gain control.
The N-H-L plans to file legal documents Friday morning supporting the Lemieux group and offering to work with him to get the Penguins out of Brankruptcy.
A U.S. bankruptcy court judge has scheduled a hearing on Lemieux's take over bid for April 30-th.
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[S-Astros]


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Jeff Bagwell added a new page to the Houston Astros record book today driving in six runs with a trio of homers as the Astros beat the Chicago Cubs 10 to 3.
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[SUPER=03-Chicago, IL/WGN; :]


Sammy Sosa warming up before the start of the game.
In the top of the first Bagwell gets all of this pitch sending it over the left field wall and onto Waveland avenue for his first homer of the game.
The Astro infielder would takes this pitch deep over the right field wall for a three run homer and his second of the day as the Astros took a 4 to nothing lead.
[SUPER=35-Houston/10/Chicago/3/;]


Bagwell's third homer of the game gives him 225 with Houston pushing him past Jimmy Wynn for the franchise record and the Astros beat the Cubs 10 to 3.
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[Sports Tease]


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And coming up, Mike Stevens ran into a familar face this morning at the Forest Oaks Country Club in Greensboro.
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[VO-NAT]


Roanker Chip Sullivan is set to play in this weekends Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic at Forest Oaks.
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[S-GGO]


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The Roanoke Valley's adopted golfing son, Chip Sullivan, will be back amongst the PGA Tour's finest when the Greensboro Chrysler Classic begins its four day run tomorrow..
Mike Stevens has more on his return from the Forest Oaks Country Club.
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Finally, it's a Virginia political tradition for 50 years.
Shad Planking.
If you hold, or aspire to a top political office, you have to be there. [Take GFX Map]
Which is why they came to work the woods of Wakefield.
Our Ellen Qualls was there, too.
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