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Up next on NEWS 7: two sides to the allegation that Jim Druckenmiller raped a woman on a recent trip back to Blacksburg.
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We'll also hear the just-released 9-1-1 tapes- -the first reports of Tuesday's shootings at Columbine High.

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Tonight in sports, a qualifying update is on the way from Talladega. Plus Chip misses the cut in Greensboro, the Express looks to cut down the nets,
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and Antwoine Womack has taken a leave of absence from the UVA football team.
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A cold front helps trigger severe thunderstorms this afternoon. It will also drop temperatures a full 20 to 25 degrees tomorrow.
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A judge takes the wraps off a RAPE charge against former Virginia Tech quarterback Jim Druckenmiller.
But the football star says it didn't happen the way the alleged victim says it did.
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[Druckenmiller]


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The accusation against Druckenmiller was made public today after a Montgomery County circuit judge unsealed the charge-- ten days after it was handed up by a grand jury.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Teresa--Blacksburg bureau]


Teresa Hamilton has been following the case for more than a week.
She joins us with more on the charge and Druckenmiller's response.
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Keith, the allegation was made by a student at Virginia Tech who says he raped her March the fourth at a house in Blacksburg.
As you might imagine, Jim Druckenmiller is telling a much different story about the night in question.
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((
Deborah Caldwell-Bono is one of the attorneys hired to represent Druckenmiller, who's now a reserve quarterback for the San Francisco 49-ers.
She says Druckenmiller was in Blacksburg that night visiting with friends when he encountered the young woman while partying at a local night spot. ((DEBORAH CALDWELL-BONE/DRUCKENMILLER'S ATTORNEY: MORE DETAILS WILL COME OUT LATER, BUT IT'S CLEAR AND THERE ARE LOTS OF WITNESSES WHO WILL CONFIRM SHE WAS THE AGGRESSIVE PURSUER SHE HAD SEX WITH HIM LATER THAT NIGHT AT A HOUSE THAT WAS FILLED WITH PEOPLE AND THEN SOMETIME AFTER THAT DECIDED MAYBE SHE DIDN'T CONSENT AFTER ALL.))
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Prosecutors won't say much about their case but believe it's a strong one-- sayign the alleged victim is determined to pursue the charge even if things get tough in court later on down the road. [in q] ((PEGGY FRANK/ASSISTANT MONTGOMERY CO. PROSECUTOR HAVE TALKED WITH HER SEVERAL TIMES ABOUT THAT, TO MAKE SURE SHE WAS STILL WILLING TO GO FORWARD OR STILL WANTED TO GO FORWARD IN LIGHT OF ALL THAT AND SHE DID IN FACT GO BEFORE THE GRAND JURY.))
Frank says the main reason her office fought to keep the charge sealed was to shield the alleged victim from the media.
Exams are just around the corner and Frank is worried the attention will hurt the young woman's grades.
Whatever the case-- the attention is unlikely to die down anytime soon.
Drunkenmiller has NOT yet turned himself in--
He has until next Wednesday to do so.))
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The shootings at a Colorado high school continue to cause concern in Virginia, from the governor's mansion, to a college campus in Roanoke.
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Someone phoned in a bomb threat to Virginia Western Community College this morning.
The caller said it was set to go off at noon.
Officials decided to take the scare seriously, because of the incident in Colorado, and evacuated the campus.
They went through the buildings, but didn't find anything.
The person who pulled the prank has not been caught.
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[School-Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Tuesday's horrific events in Littleton were played out today on 9-1-1 tapes, just released to the media.
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[ 14:48:46]
Jefferson County's District Attorney told reporters today that the 17 and 18 year-old suspects in the shooting HAD gone through a probation program.
He says a caseworker is anguishing that he didn't see the signs.
Meantime a Columbine parent is blaming police for not stopping Eric Harris - he says authorities were warned about the disaffected student.
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[Gilmore]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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In his first public comments since the Colorado school killings, Governor Jim Gilmore says principals need power restored to them.
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Gilmore made his comments amidst moving day at the Executive Mansion.
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[IN Q=You know]

((GOV. JIM GILMORE: YOU KNOW, ONCE UPON A TIME, A SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR OR PRINCIPAL WOULD HAVE CALLED IN SOME PEOPLE THAT HE THOUGHT WERE REALLY TROUBLESOME OR TROUBLING AND COULD HAVE SAID TO THEM, YOU KNOW, YOUNG MAN, MAYBE YOU NEED SOME PSYCHIATRIC HELP. AND YOUR MOTHER'S OVER HERE AND YOUR FATHER'S OVER HERE AND MAYBE YOU ALL NEED TO GET THIS YOUNG MAN A LITTLE HELP. BUT IN THE MEANWHILE, LOSE THE TRENCHCOAT.))
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The Governor has NO specifics yet.
But he suggests students who want to dress in "scary or intimidating" ways should NOT be allowed at public schools.




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The event has been in the planning stages for months, but this week's school shootings in Colorado make it especially timely.
Next month, hundreds of Bedford County students, teachers and residents will gather for the second in a series of anti- violence rallies.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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It started with a march last October, protesting the murder that took the life of Liberty High School student Jamelle Poindexter.
That march was designed to raise awareness of how violence is touching the lives of Bedford County's young people.


Now they hope a rally next month will help offer some solutions.
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((JOHN EGGLESTON/RALLY ORGANIZER: WE HAVE TO CONTINUE THIS EFFORT, VIOLENCE IS NOT TAKING A BREAK AND NEITHER ARE WE. I MEAN, WE'VE GOT TO SHOW THE KIDS IN BEDFORD COUNTY THAT WE CARE ABOUT THEM AND THIS DAY WILL BE A POSITIVE STEP IN THAT DIRECTION.))
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The rally scheduled for May 8th is titled "What's Next?".
Hundreds of students from across the county will gather at Liberty High School for a day's worth of fun events, speeches and a dance.
Organizers hope the gathering will bring people together and teach them about alternatives to solving conflicts with violence.
[SOT 1:53:39]

((JULIE KING/LIBERTY H.S. SCA PRESIDENT: WE COULD JUST MAYBE GIVE A POSITIVE MESSAGE TO THE COMMUNITY AND TELL THEM WE'RE NOT GOING TO STAND FOR IT IN OUR TOWN ANY MORE, OR ANYWHERE FOR THAT MATTER.))
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((JOHN EGGLESTON: THIS IS NOT ONE OF THOSE THINGS THAT YOU'RE GOING TO SOLVE OVERNIGHT. IT'S A LONG, DRAWN OUT PROCESS. I MEAN, VIOLENCE IS HAPPENING EVERY DAY, SO WE'VE GOT TO HAVE SOMETHING POSITIVE EVERY DAY.))
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More events are planned for this summer and next fall.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Bedford.))



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Still ahead on News 7 at 6, a big commercial land deal could be in jeopardy.
One family says buyers took advantage of their elderly mother.
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Plus, a man is shot to death in his Southside home.
The latest , coming up.
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Police in Danville have a shooting death on their hands. Now they're trying to determine who did it.
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Forty-seven-year-old Frederick Morris Robertson was killed by a shotgun blast to the chest.
Robertson was the father of two and an employee of Danville City Schools.
He was shot this morning at his home on Taylor Street.
Afterward, police led his wife away from the scene in shock.
Neighbors say she was confused about the incident.
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((SHE SAID SHE DIDN'T KNOW. SHE WAS COHERENT AND THEN SHE WASN'T. SHE SAID, 'I'VE GOT TO FIX LUNCH FOR MY HUSBAND, HE COMES HOME. FRED COMES HOME EVERY FRIDAY AND EATS LUNCH WITH ME.' AND THEN SHE WOULD LOOK AROUND AND SAY, 'WHY ARE ALL THESE PEOPLE HERE?' ))
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Police are still investigating the shooting. They say they have a suspect and expect to make an arrest in the next few days.
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A family court battle is threatening big development plans next to Walmart on Route 220 South of Roanoke.
An elderly couple sold their home to developers last August -- but now their children are trying to undo the deal saying their mother didn't know what she was doing.
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Tina Tenret has the latest on this case.
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The N-double-A-C-P is even getting in on this, saying greedy developers and city officials are once again taking advantage of a black neighborhood.
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(( Developers bought several houses in the Southern Hills neighborhood so they could build restaurants and a hotel.
Lola and Fannie Le Grande sold their house plus five acres for 212-thousand-dollars, seven times its assessed value.
Now their children say it was worth half a million dollars and that the real estate agents took advantage of their 98-year-old mother.
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((WE DON'T BELIEVE SHE UNDERSTOOD WHAT SHE WAS DOING AT THE TIME. PSYCHIATRISTS HAVE INDICATED SHE WAS INCOMPETENT SO THEREFORE THE DEAL WOULD BE VOID)) [RUNS10]
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((WHAT WE HAVE HERE IS MR LEGRANDE AND SOME OF HIS OLDEST CHILDREN PERFECTLY SATISFIED WITH THE TRANSACTION AND THE MONEY THEY RECEIVED AND THE YOUNGER CHILD WHO ARE NOT SATISFIED. IT IS A VERY SAD INTRA FAMILY DISPUTE)) [RUNS16]
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Residents of other black neighborhoods also showed up in court saying African-Americans are unfairly losing their land.
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((THIS FAMILY'S NOT FEUDING. ... EVEN DRIVING THEM INTO COURT.)) [RUNS10]
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Now this was not the actual trial -- it was just a motions hearing.
The judge said he may split the land letting the father sell his half to developers and the mother keep hers.
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KEITH QUESTION: But Tina this is not the first time a family has fought over Southern Hills land, is it? [Tina Full]
No, Keith it isn't. Ten siblings fought over whether to sell another piece to developers -- seven wanted to, three didn't.
That family also went to court but eventually sold the land.



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Mixed news from Wall Street to finish the week... [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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For schools across Virginia, the second round of testing on the Standards of Learning has arrived.
Tonight, Joe Dashiell tells how one school in western Virginia has tried to prepare its students.
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((Tom Bralley is a banker, but for a couple of hours this week he wore a different hat, teaching sixth and seventh graders about the Federal Reserve System... [NAT SOUND OF BANKER 00:48:32]
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((SO ALL THE MONEY YOU'VE GOT IN YOUR POCKET. ALL YOU'VE GOT HID UNDER MATTRESS. ALL YOU'VE GOT IN OUR CHECKING ACCOUNTS. THAT IS KNOWN AS THE MONEY SUPPLY, OR M-1.))
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Like other schools across the Commonwealth, Scott Memorial in Wytheville has been focusing on the SOLs for weeks.
But the school also looked beyond its classrooms for help, bringing in businessmen, government leaders and others who could help to reinforce the lessons. [NAT SOUND OF QUESTION 00:55:27]
[IN Q=Is the 20]

((IS THE 20 THE ONLY BILL THAT'S ENLARGED.))
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[OUT Q=that's enlarged.]


These students have met twice a week, AFTER class, and while they might have preferred to spend that time in other ways, they say the experience has been productive.
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((LAMAR KYLE: IT'S HELPED US TO REMEMBER WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW AND A LITTLE EXTRA.)) ((AMANDA STRICKLAND: I'VE LEARNED A LOT, I REALLY HAVE ABOUT WHAT'S GOING TO BE ON THE SOLS AND I'VE LEARNED ABOUT WHAT GOES ON IN AMERICA.))
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At the final session this week, the students recognized Patsy Loucks, whose concern for her granddaughter prompted her to start the program in her own basement. [CROCKETT]
[IN Q=We've had great support from the community]

((WE'VE HAD GREAT SUPPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY. I HAVE BEEN REALLY PLEASED. HARDLY ANYONE HAS TURNED US DOWN. I THINK IT SHOWS THAT PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY ARE CONCERNED AND ARE INTERESTED IN WHAT'S GOING ON HERE IN SCHOOL.))
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Of course, the students scores will tell the tale... and the state has promised the results from the latest round of SOL testing before the end of the school year.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Wytheville))

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A Roanoke high school has been nationally recognized for its high-tech teaching.
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The Governor's School for Science and Technology made "Family PC" magazine's list of the top 100 wired high schools. Students at the specialty school use computers in all their classes. They can even go online to read assignments and try out chemistry problems.
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[00:20:09] ((DR. RICK SHELLEY/GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL DIRECTOR: WE HAVE STUDENTS WHO ARE VERY ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT TECHNOLOGY. WE HAVE FACULTY WHO ARE VERY EXCITED ABOUT WHAT THEY CAN DO TO TAKE TECHNOLOGY TO ANOTHER LEVEL.))
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The Governor's school has 115 computers on its network. Students from 12 high schools, in seven districts spend half the day at the school. While getting accepted into the program is competitive, Dr. Shelley says all the students there are really interested in learning.
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Coming your way tonight on News 7 sports, qualifying results from Talladega, and an update on Antwoine Womack and Chip Sullivan, and Rick Crotts
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plus, the Express is in Maryland tonight looking to put the Icebreakers out of their misery.
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The Winston Cup stars are still qualifying in Talladega, Alabama at this hour for Sunday's Die Hard 500.
Each driver is getting two taps on the two and half mile oval, so it is a lengthy process.
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Joe Nemechek had the fastest car in practice and he made that stand up early as he grabbed the provisional pole and held on to it through the first 25 cars.
But Ken Schrader went out and stole the pole from Nemechek with a 197 point 97 mile an hour circuit. Here's a look at the top 15 at this hour.
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[S-Womack]


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UVa running back Antwoine Womack, who faces malicious wounding charges and an August court date
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has a taken a leave of absence from the team.
Womack played in last Saturday's spring game at Albemarle high school and he will remain on scholarship at UVA. But he will not take part in any team activities until his legal problems are resolved.
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[S-Chip]


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The PGA's finest are devouring the Forest Oaks Country Club course during round two of the Greensboro Chrysler Classic today.
Jesper Parnevik is the leader after shooting a 63 today. Jim Furyk also shot a 63, but Jeff Maggert tied the tourney record with a ten under 62.
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As for Chip Sullivan, he shot a three under 69 today. But he shot 79 yesterday and he's a four over for the tournament.
That won't be good enough to make the cut, which may end up being at one under par.
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[S-Express]


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A win tonight will take the relatively young Express franchise to the conference finals for the first time. Steve Mason catches us up to date on a train that has no intentions of slowing down.
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((They are skating faster, coaching better, hitting harder and now growing beards together. All the excess hockey hair is a sign of support and superstion on the Roanoke ice. ((:))
A protective mask guards J.F. tremblay's fractured jaw. Don't expect him back to soon, he has not been able to eat solid food for days, only liquids and has lost a good bit of weight. One key to the plays offs so far has been the play of defenders Duane Harmer and Calvin Elfring. They have combined for 12 points in the post season, ranking them at the top of the league in the playoffs. ((:)) ((:))
The Express is averaging three thousand 232 fans per game. Steve Mason, Round House rap up.))


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Rick Crotts has waited his turn and now he's ready to take over as the head basketball coach at Glenvar High School.
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Several jobs were available after Crotts was released as the head coach at Cave Spring following the 1993-94 season.

But Crotts, A Glenvar graduate, wanted to remain in the valley and eventually become the head coach at his alma mater.
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The Highlanders captured the Group A state championship this season and Crotts hopes to keep the program at that level retiring coach Art Lawrence established.
Graduation hit the team hard but Crotts says he has some talent left and help from the J-V team as well as tradition to help him hang on.
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