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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
Investigators say the young shooters who massacred their fellow high school students and teacher started planning the attack over a year ago.
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And, a candlelight vigil here in Virginia to mourn the loss lives in Colorado.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Thousands are expected to attends today's community wide memorial service for the victims of the Colorado school massacre.
Investigators say the killers started planning the attack a year ago.
Meanwhile services have been held for some of the 13 victims.
Andrew Colton has more.
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[SUPER=01-Steve Davis/Jefferson Co. Sheriff's Spokesman; :58]
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(((LOCATOR: LITTLETON, CO) IT IS A SIMPLE SIGN THAT MEANS SO MUCH TO SO MANY-- "WE ARE STILL COLUMBINE." AS NIGHT FELL ON COLUMBINE HIGH SO MANY STAYED.. LEAVING FLOWERS, LIGHTING CANDLES, TRYING TO FIGHT BACK TEARS.
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17 YEAR-OLD RACHEL SCOTT WAS BURIED EARLIER. BEFORE HER FUNERAL HER FRIENDS WROTE MESSAGES ON HER WHITE COFFIN.
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THE WELL-LIKED GIRL WAS ONE OF 15 PEOPLE KILLED TUESDAY WHEN STUDENTS DYLAND KLEBOLD AND ERIC HARRIS LAUNCHED AN ASSAULT ON THEIR SCHOOL AND THEN KILLED THEMSELVES. INVESTIGATORS NOW SAY A DIARY FROM OF THE KILLERS.. FULL OF SCHOOL MAPS.. PROVES THE ATTACK WAS CAREFULY PLANNED OUT. THEY ALSO CALL A LETTER ALLEGEDLY E-MAILED BY HARRIS.. WARNING OF MORE VIOLENCE.. A FAKE.
(SOT) Steve Davis/Spokesman, Jefferson Co. Sheriff's Dept. 15:16:51 "we done a lot of research on it. we've been wo

rking with several people and at this time, we have little reason to believe that either one of our suspects sent that note or authored it." AROUND RACHEL'S CAR.. LEFT EXACTLY WHERE IT WAS PARKED TUESDAY MORNING.. THOUSANDS QUIETLY STOOD LIKELY SHARING THE SAME THOUGHT.. THAT DESPITE THE HORROr OF WHAT HAPPENED HERe, THAT HEAVEN IS A BETTER PLACE.
(STAND UP) Andrew Colton/Littleton, CO))


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The mourning continued in Rocky Mount as people came together to remember the victims..
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Parishoners gathered at Furnace Creek Baptist Church for a candlelight prayer vigil yesterday evening.
They lined the sidewalk with small bags that included the names of the victims--even one of the suspected gunmen.
They also prayed for the victim's family members, school faculty, and teachers across the country.
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Yugoslavian officials are saying four NATO missiles hit the city of Nis (neesh) this morning.
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The Government run news agency is reporting great damage, including homes and shops in a residential area.
Other targets in the latest round of allied air strikes include a transformer that powers a major T-V transmitter.
NATO also reportedly hit a chemical plant about 60 miles from Belgrade, pounding it with five missiles.
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Meanwhile, later today, NATO leaders will wrap up the summitt marking its 50th anniversary.
Leaders are gearing up to block the delivery of fuel to Yugoslavia.
But not all agree with the move. The French president voiced his concerns yesterday, calling the move an all out act of war.
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Some pieces of Roanoke history were on the auction block yesterday.
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Dozens of people turned out to bid for parking meters.
Everyone wanting to take home a piece of history.
But why a parking meter you might ask?
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((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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Some of the first maps of Virginia are actually 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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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 on News 7 Sunday Morning, we'll have lots of N-H-L playoff action.
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and in this week's Virginia Newsreel, we'll take a look back at Washington and Lee's most memorable Mock Convention.

but first here are the lottery numbers.....
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Good news about eggs and a new weapon against breast cancer top this week's medical news.
Mika Brzezinski has more.
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(( A REPORT OUT THIS WEEK WAS EGG-XACTLY WHAT EGG LOVERS WANTED TO HEAR.
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RESEARCHERS NOW SAY EATING AN EGG A DAY IS NOT BAD FOR YOUR HEART AFTER ALL.
THEY THINK THE NUTRIENTS FOUND IN EGGS SOMEHOW COUNTERACT THEIR HIGH CHOLESTEROL.//
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FEWER AMERICANS ARE BEING DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER.
NEW FIGURES SHOW THE CANCER RATE HAS DROPPED BY MORE THAN 2-PERCENT EACH YEAR SINCE 1992.
SCIENTISTS SAY IT'S DUE IN LARGE PART TO FEWER PEOPLE SMOKING.//
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THE F-D-A APPROVES A NEW DEVICE FOR DETECTING BREAST CANCER-- WHICH WILL HOPEFULLY ELIMINATE NEEDLESS BIOPSIES.
IT'S CALLED T-SCAN 2000, AND IT USES ELECTRICAL CURRENTS TO DETERMINE WHETHER A BREAST LUMP IS CANCEROUS OR BENIGN.//
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AND AN ADVISORY PANEL IS RECOMMENDING THE F-D-A APPROVE A NEW DIABETES DRUG CALLED AVANDIA.
ALTHOUGH RESEARCHERS STILL AREN'T SURE, THEY SAY AVANDIA COULD POSE FEWER RISKS TO PATIENTS.. THAN THE POPULAR DRUG, REZULIN, WHICH HAS BEEN LINKED TO SEVERAL DEATHS.// AND THAT IS A LOOK AT THIS WEEK'S MEDICAL NEWS. I'M MIKA BRZEZINSKI, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))
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This week marks the Spring Kickoff of Washington and Lee's year 2000 Republican Mock Convention.
Presidential hopeful Lamar Alexander will speak at the event and Willie Nelson is slated to provide the entertainment.
In this week's Virginia Newsreel, we look back at a mock convention where the keynote speaker died at the podium.
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((On April 30-th 1956 the streets of Lexington were filled with the excitement of a parade.
Riding in the back of this car was Former Vice President and Senator of Kentucky, Alben W. Barkley.
He was on the way to give the keynote address at the 1956 Mock Democratic Convention at Washington and Lee University.
More than 1700 people gathered in the gymnasium to hear the Senator which many called VEEP.
He talked about his 51 year political career.
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[IN Q=I went to]

((BARKLEY; I WENT TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES IN 1912 AND SERVED 14 YEARS IWAS A JUNIOR CONGRESSMAN AND THEN I BECAME A SENIOR CONGRESSMAN, AND THEN I WENT TO THE SENATE AND BECAME A JUNIOR SENATOR AND THEN A SENIOR SENATOR AND THEN MAJORITY LEADER OF THE SENATE THEN VICE PRESIDENT AND NOW I AM BACK AGAIN AS A JUNIOR SENATOR)) [RUNS24]
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Barkley praised the democratic party citing many accomplishments of the Roosevelt Administration.
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((SOMEBODY ASKED ME THE OTHER DAY WHAT WAS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN PARTY AND MY ANSWER IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PROGRESS AND STAGNATION)) [RUNS07]
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He continued his speech and then suddenly at ten after five the Senator collapsed and died from a heart attack.
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((SENATOR BARKLEY JUST COLLAPSED AFTER SAYING, I WOULD RATHER BE A SERVANT IN THE HOUSE OF THE LORD THAN SIT IN THE SEAT OF THE ALMIGHTY SOME BODY CALL THE DOCTOR SENATOR BARKLEY WHO COLLAPSED ON THE PLATFORM HE IS BEING FANNED BY THE CHAIRMAN OF THE CONVENTION A DOCTOR HAS BEEN SUMMONED....... THERE IS JUST AN AIR OF DISBELIEF)) [RUNS37]
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During that time Mayor Paul Holstien loosened Barkley's collar and removed his coat.
Rescue crews arrived and administered oxygen, but it was too late. Barkley was pronounced dead at 5:30, and the mayor asked everyone to stand for a moment of prayer.
Upon hearing the news of Barkley's death, Congress adjourned for the day and W & L suspended classes in honor of the former Vice president.
Barkley's funeral was held in Washington and he was buried in his home state of Kentucky. That is Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))

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Vlade Divac (VLAH'-dee DEE'vahtz) poured in a season high 28 points as the Kings downed the Mavericks.
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The Sacrament Kings picked up its fifth straight win in NBA action last night by beating Dallas 105-to-102.
Sacramento is tied with Minnesota for the seventh playoff spot in the west.
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The play offs have begun in the NHL and the Avalanche picked up the win in the opener of its series with San Jose.


Colorado beat the Sharks three to one. Patrick Roy(WAH) made 42 saves becoming the first NHL goalie in history to win 100 playoff games.
This series started three days late because of the shootings in Littleton, Colorado.
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Amoco is searching for an elusive killer.
Maggie Cooper has more on that story.
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((THE LABS IN BUILDING 503 ARE EMPTY... SCRUBBED CLEAN AND RIPPED APART.

SOT/Michael Wells: AWe even pulled out drain traps and sinks and then

floors and tested for all types of chemicals.
SINCE 1989 AMOCO HAS BEEN ON THE HUNT FOR A POSSIBLE KILLER AT IT S CHICAGO AREA RESEARCH CENTER. IT S A CRUSADE FOR SAFETY MANAGER MICHAEL WELLS.

SOT/Michael Wells: AWe want to understand if there s anything that s

going on here that s caused an increase in cancer...
STAND UP BRIDGE AThis is the third floor of the 503 building, it s been sealed off since 1996 when researchers here expressed concern about working in these labs. So far, 7 Amoco employees have been diagnosed with a rare brain cancer... 5 have died.

(Amoco Handout) AMOCO SAYS IT SAFEGUARDED THE RESEARCHERS WHO WORKED

HERE DAILY WITH TOXIC CHEMICALS... (handout ends) AND A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR INVESTIGATION, HAS YET TO TURN UP A CLUE TO THE CAUSE OF THE CANCER.

SOT/George Varney: AThere were many incidences that took place such as

accidental spills// that frightened me to no end.
BUT GEORGE VARNEY THINKS THERE IS A CONNECTION, FOR 13 YEARS HE MAINTAINED THE VENTILATION SYSTEM IN THIS COMPLEX... A FEW MONTHS AGO HE WAS DIAGNOSED WITH A RARE AND FATAL LIVER CANCER.

SOT/George AThe long and the short of it is, unless we have a liver
transplant, there is no cure. SOT/Robert Clifford/ Varney Attorney AThe

Amoco building unquestionably was operated in a fashion that was not environmentally safe.
START GRAPHIC GEORGE VARNEY REPEATEDLY ALERTED SUPERIORS TO HIS SAFETY CONCERNS. BUT AMOCO DENIES THE CHEMICALS IN THE BUILDING WERE TO BLAME FOR HIS LIVER CANCER. END GRAPHIC

SOT/Michael Wells: ATo date researchers tell us that the only unusual

pattern of cancer that has occurred on this site is the brain cancer.

BUT VARNEY IS ONE OF TWENTY WHO HAVE SUED. SOT/Cooper/Clifford:
(Q)Will George live to see the results of this trial? (A) AShort of a

transplant.. highly unlikely.
EVEN AS THE COURTS WEIGH THE ISSUE OF LIABILITY... AT AMOCO THE SEARCH FOR A KILLER CONTINUES. IN NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS, MC CBS NEWS.))


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Coming up in the second half hour of News 7 Sunday Morning...... In the wake of the shootings in Colorado, Virginia teachers say they want more security in their schools and
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Christmas is still eight months away but one local homeowner is able to celebrate a little early with a big gift.
We will have more on those stories in just a moment.
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Investigators now say the gunmen in the Colorado school shooting started planning the attack a year ago.
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A newly discovered hand written diary that belonged to one of the attackers indicated the boys had been acquiring guns and bombs for some time.
Investigators also announced a note found was not written by either gunman.
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Officials say the attackers chose April 20th because it was Hitler's birthday.
Funerals for 13 of the 15 people killed have already been held.
Vice President Al Gore will join thousands at a memorial service this afternoon.
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Meanwhile, several teachers from across Virginia were calling for tougher security in schools following the shooting.
Joy Sutton has more on that story.
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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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((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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NATO leaders will wrap up thier 50th anniversary summit in Washington later today.
And in Belgrade the "all clear" has been given after the 32nd night of air strikes.
David Browde reports.
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SERBIAN TV NARR: For a second straight night, the northeast Yugoslav city called NIS - an industrial center - took the brunt of NATO attacks. This was the seventh NATO raid on the city in the now more than month-long war. These pictures were taken after the attacks early SATURDAY. SUPER SERBIAN TV/THIS MORNING NARR: Serb TV, which usually runs video of the overnight NATO strikes, was knocked off the air for a SECOND day - its signal disappearing in the middle of an overnight movie rerun.
(BRIEF NATSOT UP: TV SNOW)

SUPER: BELGRADE/FRIDAY NARR: One Serb TV reporter who survived FRIDAY'S destruction of the station's Belgrade headquarters denounced the attack. SUPER: SVETLANA RADOSEVIC/TV REPORTER
SOT: "If you think I'm lying, you don't have to kill me to prove I'm lying, right?"

SUPER: WASHINGTON, DC/SATURDAY NARR: President Clinton, at the NATO summit, defended it .. and he confirmed NATO will try to prevent oil from reaching Yugoslavia. NO SUPER
CLINTON SOT: "How can we justify risking the lives of the pilots to go up and destroy the refinery and the supply capac

ity of Serbia and then say 'But it's okay with us if people want to continue to supply this nation and its outlaw actions in Kosovo in another way.'?" NARR: NATO is apparently NOT unanimous about the method of cutting the resupply of oil. French president Jacques Chirac said it might be an act of war to stop ships at sea, so, he continued, we must proceed cautiously.
SUPER: JACQUES CHIRAC/FRENCH PRESIDENT/VOICE OF TRANSLATOR SOT: "We have to study all aspects before making a definitiv

e decision." SUPER: BELGRADE/THURSDAY
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SERBIAN TV NARR: One thing on which the NATO leaders meeting in Washington seem in total agreement is their rejection of the peace proposal worked out between Yugoslavian leader Slobodan Milosevic and Russian diplomat Viktor Chernomyrdin...though Chernomyrdin says NATO officials don't yet know exactly what the proposal contains. He's hoping for a meeting with them. But until Milosovic meets NATO's demands, its officials say, the air attacks will continue. Dave Browde, CBS News, New York ))

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45-people are dead after a truck plunged into a Mexican ravine.
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A flatbed truck carrying 55 people-- 28 of them children-- ran off a gravel road early yesterday afternoon and plunged 250 feet.
The crash was the result of a mechanical failure in the truck.
The truck was returning from the Guatamalan border where the children received vaccinations.
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A few homes in Roanoke got a face-lift--and it didn't cost the owners anything.
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This is how Myrtle Craft's home looked on Friday...
The paint was chipped, the roof over the porch was caving in, and the lattice was falling apart.
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" was held yesterday around the country, but this is the first year Roanoke has participated.
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[60-Minutes]


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Audra McDonald has already won three Tonys at the age of 28 and critics think that's just the tip of the iceberg.


Tonight on 60 minutes, Mike Wallace talks to this talented singer whose voice knows no bounds.
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You can see that story and more tonight at seven here on W-D-B-J.
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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning, we'll check out the starting lineup for today's race in Talladega.
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And Floyd County brings light to Little League.
Those stories are still ahead.
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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 in this week's Virginia Profiles.
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((HOW YA DOIN? HELLO.)) [RUNS:03]
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.)) [RUNS:05]
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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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.)) [2-HEADLINES]
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Thousands of people are expected to attend a community-wide memorial service today for victims of the Colorado school shootings.
Vice President Al Gore is also scheduled to attend.
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A Rocky Mount church held a vigil last night for the victims of the shooting.
They lined the sidewalk with small bags that included the names of the victims--even one of the suspected gunmen.
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NATO has again struck at Serbian Television-- this time destroying a transmitter's power supply.
Meanwhile there was a memorial service for those killed in an earlier attack on Serb t-v's headquarters.
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And that's what's making news on this Sunday April 25.



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They turned on the lights in Floyd county last night, the culmination of a three year effort that will allow children to play ball more often.
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The Floyd County Parks and Recreation Authority has been saving up the funds for years to put up lights at this ballpark.
Last night a festival atmosphere celebrated the completion of the project which will ease the overcrowding of the county's ball fields.
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The Parks and Rec Authority is self-supporting and operates on a shoe string budget of private donations and annual gifts from the county and town governments.
Whitlock-Allen says they would still be waiting for the lights if Citizens Telephone Cooperative hadn't come to the rescue.
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Weeks threw out the first pitch last night as years of hard worked culminated with a softball game under the lights.

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Hollywood's famous for recycling old ideas and bad t-v shows into movies.
So when something you've never seen before come along, it might just be worth a look.
Dennis Cunningham says "Pushing Tin" is one of those worth a look.
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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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Don't forget to check in with Melanie, Kimberly and Steve all this week for News 7 mornin'. Here's Steve Pardon with a preview.
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