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Next on News 7 at Six... Virginia teachers say they want police officers in EVERY school in the wake of the Colorado shooting.
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And fire forces an evacuation at Virginia Tech.

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In sports, Highlights from Major League Baseball Rick Crotts is ready to begin a new era of Glenvar basketball.
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And baseball commissioner Bud Selig has benched New York Yankee outfielder Darryl Strawberry.
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It'll be clear and cold tonight-- and plenty of sunshine will stick around for tomorrow. Details coming up.

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As funeral services get underway this weekend for victims of the Colorado shooting..teachers called for tighter security in schools across the Commonwealth.
Joy Sutton attended the Virginia Education Association's convention today in Roanoke and has this report.
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((At the Virginia Education Association convention teachers voted to have police officers placed in schools throughout Virginia.
Now the Association must pursuade the school board and state legislature to adopt the plan.
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[IN Q=We will now]

((LINDA WYATT/ROANOKE TEACHER: WE WILL NOW LOBBY THE STATE LEGISLATURE AND SCHOOL BOARDS AND THE POWERS THAT BE TO SEE THAT THAT HAPPENS..OF COURSE IT WILL TAKE FUNDING.))
Sue Davis is a teacher in South Hampton County...in her district there are no police officers in the schools...but she says officers are necessary.
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((SUE DAVIS/SOUTH HAMPTON CTY TEACHER: I THINK IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA IT IS NEEDED. IN SOUTH HAMPTON COUNTY WE DON'T EMPLOY THE POLICE OFFICERS AS OF YET..WE HAVE INCIDENTS OF BOMB THREATS AND SIMILAR THINGS LIKE THAT.))
Charlotte Riddick is a teacher at Petersburg High School...her school has had 30 bomb threats within the last 3 weeks...she says officers would make schools safer.
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((CHARLOTTE RIDDICK/PETERSBURG TEACHER: IT SERVES AS A DETERENT...IT ALSO GIVES A CONTINUATION OF COMFORT AND SECURITY FOR THE CHILDREN WHICH IS REALLY IMPORTANT.))
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Roanoke schools already have police officers in their buildings, most of whom work with the DARE program ....but unless all Virginia schools follow this model..the Virginia Education Association plans to continue its struggle to ensure the safety of all students.
Joy Sutton, News-7, Roanoke. ))

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Dozens of Virginia Tech students had to be evacuated last night after a fire broke out on campus.
The blaze started around 11-30 at a storage room in Rasche Hall.
Blacksburg firefighters evacuated the dorm and put out the fire a short time later.
No one was injured but the storage room and an adjacent dorm room were damaged.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

[Roanoke-Auction]


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If you're wondering what happened to all the parking meters taken from downtown Roanoke....you might find one of them in a neighbor's house.
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Dozens of people turned out to bid for the meters today..
Everyone wanting to take home a piece of history.
But why a parking meter you might ask?
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[IN Q=just to be a collector]

((TERRY THOMAS: JUST TO BE A COLLECTOR..IT'S A HOBBY OF MINE AND I COLLECT DIFFERENT THINGS..THIS IS JUST ONE OF THEM))

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The meters were sold in groups of about eight to ten and went for around 200 dollars a batch.
But, they weren't the only interesting items up for grabs.
Nora Sarver got this fire engine for 2-thousand dollars.
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((NORA SARVER: WE'RE GOING TO USE IT AS A PIECE OF PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FOR OUR DAY CARE.))
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Proceeds from the auction will go into the general fund for Roanoke City.
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Four Roanoke residents got a facelift for their homes, free-of-charge today.
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This is how Myrtle Craft's home looked just yesterday...
The paint was chipped, the roof over the porch was caving in, and the lattice was falling part.
But not today...take a look at Myrtle's home now..
The renovations are thanks to a program called "Christmas in April" which helps out the elderly, veterans and the poor.
31 volunteers worked on the project.
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((MYRTLE CRAFT/HOMEOWNER: I THINK IT LOOKS GOOD..IT LOOKS REAL GOOD..I'M SO THANKFUL TO GET IT PAINTED.))
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"Christmas in April" is being held today around the country, but this is the first year Roanoke has participated.
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[Virginia-Maps]


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Early maps of Virginia are really the earliest European maps of the New World.
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And the superstars in the map world are now on exhibit in Richmond.
"Mapping Virginia" shows off some of the Library of Virginia's 65-thousand map collection.
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((BARBARA BATSON/LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA: I THINK MAPS SPEAK TO US ON A VERY FUNDAMENTAL BASIS, BECAUSE WE ALL-- AND IT WAS REALLY FUNNY-- WHEN PEOPLE WERE COMING INTO THE GALLERY WHEN WE WERE DOING THE INSTALLATION, THE FIRST THING THEY'D DO IS THEY'D GO TO THE MAP AND THEY'D GO "WE ARE HERE," AND "YOU ARE THERE," OR "THIS IS WHERE I GREW UP." SO MAPS REALLY HELP US ORIENT WHERE WE ARE, WHERE WE HAVE BEEN.))
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[OUT Q=where we have been.]
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Some are prints, made from painstakingly carved copper plates, also preserved in the archives of the Library.
Amazingly accurate for its era, a 1587 map of the Americas is also the Library's oldest holding.
The Library will produce an atlas of four centuries of Virginia maps, that will be available in the fall.
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Still to come-- have you ever wondered..
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what people in the Balkans have to say about the NATO bombings?
We'll tell you how you can find out on-line when the news continues.
First, let's check in with Andrew Freiden for an early update on the weather.
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People in this country with family members in the Balkans are now able to stay in touch with loved ones over the internet.
The cyber link was made possible by a Lexington company called Rockbridge Global Village.
Stacey Martin has more.
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((Nikola Janjic was fortunate enough to leave the Balkans shortly before much of the fighting and bombing began.
But, now he's trying to stay in touch with family and friends back home and he's using an internet site to help him.

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((NIKOLA JANJIC: IT'S HARD FOR THEM BUT IT'S TEARING US UP INSIDE TOO JUST TO BE OVER HERE AND NOT TO BE ABLE TO DO ANYTHING AND FEARING EVERYDAY. AT LEAST OVER THERE THEY KNOW WHERE IT'S FALLING AND WHO'S HURT BUT HERE I'M JUST TRYING TO FIND OUT.)) [RUNS16]
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The site was set up by technicians at RGV and it provides first-hand information from people living through the war.

Nikola's father said their feedback helps put the problem in a new perspective especially for Americans.
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((DUSAN JANJIC: EVERYBODY IS AWARE OF THE PLIGHT OF THE KOSOVARS WHICH ARE AWFUL BUT EVENTS THAT LED TO ALL OF THIS ARE NOT EXPLAINED WELL AND ARE KIND OF MURKY TO MOST PEOPLE'S EYES OR THEY DON'T PAY ATTENTION TO IT.)) [RUNS14]
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The site was one of several new services the company has recently offered, including internet classes and its popular RGV forum --which re-appeared this month after company executives noticed too many malicious postings last winter and shut it down.
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((DUSNA JANJIC/RGV: WE WANTED IT TO BE SELF-CENSORED. WE WANTED PEOPLE TO USE IT RESPONSIBLY AND WE JUST DIDN'T HAVE TIME OR RESOURCES OR THE INCLINATION TO POLICE EVERYBODY.)) [RUNS15]
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Company executives have since set up new restrictions to keep those malicious postings from re-appearing.
You can access the RGV forum by calling-up the company's website at www.rockbridge.net.
And, those interested in the hook-up to the Balkans can log on at RGV's learning center in downtown Lexington.
Stacey Martin, News 7.))

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What job could be better?
They walk around and chat with people, and they even get the title of "downtown ambassador."
It's all part of a huge effort to revitalize Richmond's downtown.
Ellen Qualls has the story of the greeters.
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((HOW YA DOIN? HELLO.))
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Julius Richardson, Junior is NOT slacking on the job.
This is his job.
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((JUST KEEP ON GOING...JUST A COUPLE OF BLOCKS OR SO.))
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Six downtown ambassadors roam Richmond's central city each day...
Along with street cleaning efforts, is it worth 1-point-1 million dollars a year?
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((MARY ALEXANDER: UM-- I THINK I'LL GIVE MY OPINION IN A MONTH AFTER I CAN SEE WHAT THEY'RE DOING A LITTLE BIT MORE.))

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((HELLO.))
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((ALLISON PATRICK: I THINK IT'S A GREAT PLACE TO BE... THREE IN THE AFTERNOON. laughs))
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((JULIUS RICHARDSON, SR.: MATTER OF FACT, I WILL APPEAR IN COURT ON MAY 13TH FOR AN APPREHENSION...BRIEF CASE UNDER HIS ARM.))
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((JULIUS RICHARDSON, JR.: WE ALSO ...STREET LIGHTS... THAT SORT OF STUFF.))
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The Clean and Safe Program is the norm now for big cities... but the first of its kind in Virginia.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

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Up next--we'll tell you about a movie opening this weekend...
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about life as an air traffic controller.
We'll hear what one movie critic thinks of "Pushing Tin" when the news continues.
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[Pushing-Tin]


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[edit - 06:14:49]
It's rare to find a movie with an original idea among the many sequels and re-releases Hollywood is putting out these days.
But, a movie opening this weekend called "Pushing Tin" tells a story many people haven't heard before.
Dennis Cunningham has more in this movie review.
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((WELL, HERE'S A MOVIE I'LL BET WAS NEVER ON YOUR WISH LIST: A COMEDY ABOUT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS! WHO CALL THEIR DIRECTING TO THE GROUND, OF THE HEAVY AIR TRAFFIC ABOVE, "PUSHING TIN". THE TIN BEING THE AIRPLANES. THE AIR RIGHT ABOVE OUR HEADS IN THE NEW YORK CITY AREA; MOST CHALLENGING: NEWARD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. AND MAYBE THE MOVIE SHOULD BE ON YOUR LIST AFTER ALL. ONE OF A KIND; A HIGH-FLYING, FREE-SPIRITED, WILDLY FUNNY BLAST OF ORIGINALITY:
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THE ENDING DOES FLATTEN OUT ... A BIT, BUT DOESN'T AT ALL HURT THE REFRESHINGLY ORIGINAL, BEAUTIFULLY ACTED, FUN THAT HAS GONE BEFORE. DIRECTED BY MIKE NEWELL. WRITTEN BY GLEN CHARLES AND LES CHARLES. BASED ON A NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE ARTICLE FROM MARCH 1996. SPEAKING OF NUMBERS, A FINAL "8" FOR THE MOST ENTERTAINING TIN IN TOWN. I'M DENNIS CUNNINGHAM FOR CBS NEWS.))


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And coming up, The Orioles lose at the Yard this afternoon The Express can wrap up its second round playoff series with Chesapeake tonight.
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And John Elway has hinted that he could announce his retirement from football as early as Monday.
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The Roanoke Express will try to close out its second round best of five series with Chesapeake tonight.
Last night, The Icebreakers shutout the Express 2 to nothing. The Express still leads the series 2 games to one. Game four is tonight in Chesapeake and if a fifth game is necessary it will be Monday night at the Roundhouse.


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The Baltimore Orioles had beaten Oakland 8 straight times before today. The A's snap that streak with a 3 to nothing win over the Orioles.
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The Oriole fans out at The Yard on a beautiful Day.
The game remained scoreless until the top of the sixth. That's when Oaklands
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Matt Stairs gets all of this pitch sending it over the right field wall for a three run homer and Oakland beats the Orioles today 3 to Nothing.
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Chili Davis hit a three run homer in the 8-th as the New York Yankees scored their fourth straight win a 7 to 4 victory over Toronto.
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Joe Torre watching from the box.
Trailing 2 to nothing in the bottom of the fourth, Chuck Knolbauch hits this single scoring two runs and the Yankees would tie the game at 2 to 2.
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New York took the lead in the fourth Derek Jeter hits a single to the opposite field scoring two more runners to make it 4 to 2 and the Yankees win it 7 to 4.
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Yankee outfielder Darryl Strawberry has been benched by Commissioner Bud Selig.
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Today Selig placed Strawberry on Administrative leave pending a review of his latest arrest.
While on a rehabilitation assisgnment in Florida 10 days ago, Strawberryy was arrested for solicitation and possession of Cocaine.
Selig's decision means Strawberry can't play or workout with the Yankees or their farm teams during the leave.


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Strawberry was in Florida trying to get back into major league game shape after undergoing cancer surgery two months ago.



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He's had over 2 months to think about it and it appears that John Elway may join Wayne Gretzky and retire from Football.
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Elway has told friends that he intends to retire from the N-F-L after a Hall of Fame 16 year career.
After the superbowl victory in which he was the M-V-P Elway said he would take a hard look at retirement.
The 38 year old Elway has led the Broncos to back to back Super Bowl victories.
Elway could make his decision as early as Monday.
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While many big names like David Duval and Tiger Woods decided to skip this week's Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic, many other big names wish they had skipped it after missing the cut.
Sandy Lyle, Tom Kite, Peter Jacobsen and Fuzzy Zoeller are just a few who weren't good enough to play this weekend.

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Fuzzy has been on tour since 1975 and he has won 10 tournaments and nearly $6 million dollars in that time, but he says it's getting harder and harder to stay competitive on the Tour.
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Yesterday, A dream came true for Rick Crotts when he was named the head basketball coach at Glenvar replacing Art Lawrence.
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For five seasons, Including this years Group A state championship, Crotts served as an assistant to Lawrence.
He dreamed of coaching at his former high school and those years as an assistant prepared him for the job at Glenvar.
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[S-ODAC]


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The ODAC women's softball tournament opened at the Moyers Sports Complex this afternoon.
Roanoke beats Lynchburg 4 to nothing and Bridgewater downed Virginia Wesleyan 3 to 2.
Roanoke and Wesleyan will play tonight at 8.
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In tennis, The Virginia Tech women and men have advanced to the finals of the Atlantic 10 tournament. The Lady Hokies beat Dayton and will face Temple in tomorrow's chamnpionship.
The Men will play George Washington in the championship.



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