The mourning continues in Colorado, as does the investigation.
Officials have questions for those who knew the two teen gunmen.
And a bomb scare this morning at a Roanoke city Middle School.
News 7 at noon is next.
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Some tense moments at Woodrow Wilson Middle School this morning.
A bomb scare delayed the start of the school day by nearly three hours, after the principal found a suspicious device in the bathroom.
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Scott Goldberg is outside the school with the latest.
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Diary entries reveal the two Colorado school gunmen had plans for MORE death and destruction.
Investigators say Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold had also hoped to attack neigbhorhood homes and even hijack a plane.
Meanwhile, those who were close to the two teens are answering questions about how much, if anything, they knew about the plan.
Jennifer Sabih has the latest.
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(((LOCATOR: LITTLETON, CO)
WHILE IT SEEMS LIKE AN ETERNITY FOR MANY.. LESS THAN A WEEK HAS PASSED
SINCE THE SHOOTINGS IN LITTLETON.
SEARCHING FOR A RETURN TO NORMALCY, COLUMBINE STUDENTS WILL RESUME
CLASSES THURSDAY AT A NEIGHBORING SCHOOL AND GRADUATION AS BEEN
SCHEDULED AT A LOCAL AMPHITHEATER.
OFFICIALS RESUME THEIR INVESTIGATION TODAY AFTER PAUSING SUNDAY FOR A
MEMORIAL SERVICE. THEY PLAN TO INTERVIEW AN 18 YEAR OLD GIRL WHO MAY
HAVE PLAYED A PART IN PURCHASING ONE OF THE WEAPONS USED IN THE SHOOTING
SOT: DAVE THOMAS/JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY
"THERE ARE SOME THINGS DEVELOPING, WE'RE GOING TO BE LOOKING INTO THE
CRIMINAL INVOLVEMENT OF OTHER PEOPLE TO SEE IF THAT EXISTS OR NOT."
AND OFFICIALS CONFIRMED TODAY EXISTENCE OF A DIARY IN WHICH THE GUNMEN
INDICATED THEY WANTED TO KILL AT LEAST 500 CLASSMATES, ATTACK
NEIGHBORHOOD HOMES AND THEN CRASH A HIJACKED PLANE INTO NY CITY.
SOT: STEVE DAVIS/JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT.
LATER TODAY, THE ONLY TEACHER KILLED IN THE MASSACRE, DAVE THOMAS WILL
BE LAID TO REST. THE COACH OF GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM WAS HAILED AS A HERO
FOR SHEPARDING DOZENS OF STUDENTS TO SAFETY DURING THE ATTACK.
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If you are interested in sending cards or letters to those involved in the shooting, there's a special address you can use.
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You can send them to....
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As NATO bombings continue dropping over Yugoslavia, President Milosevic kept his word...
allowing the chief of the international Red Cross to meet with the three American prisoners-of-war in Belgrade.
(kohr-NAY'-lee-oh sah-mah-ROO'-guh) Cornelio Sommaruga gave little information on the condition of the three soldiers, but says he hopes a doctor will visit them soon.
Meanwhile, a report to the White House listed the men in good condition.
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Meanwhile, attacks overnight resulted in the collapse of the last Danube Bridge, which linked the Yugoslav capital with central Europe.
U-S Apache helicopters are reportedly also poised to begin operation.
Relief to the Balkan refugees isn't only coming in the form of food and money....but in SONG.
The "Minnesota Rocks!" benefit concert was held last night in Minneapolis.
The President of the Czech Republic was there, along with Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura.
The group, Three Dog Night performed, as well as a Czech band and a few local bands.
Severe turbulance may have caused the April 12 plane crash that killed four people.
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A preliminary report says an alert for moderate to severe turbulance was issued before the two-engined plane took off from the Roanoke Regional Airport.
The pilot-- David Smith-- had logged over 879 hours of flight experience, but had only flown the aircraft involved in the crash for about 36 hours.
Smith and three passengers were killed.
The official cause of the crash has not been determined.
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Who can regulate tobacco use by minors-- Congress or the F-D-A?
It's a question the U-S Supreme Court will decide.
Government lawyers say the F-D-A's decision in 1996 to start regulating tobacco as a drug was justified -- because of new evidence that the industry wanted its products to feed the nicotine habits of consumers.
But a federal appeals court ruled that Congress, and not the F-D-A, has the authority to decide how to regulate cigarettes and chewing tobacco.
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Two Virginia inmates are scheduled to be executed this week.
Eric Payne is scheduled to die Wednesday for the 1997 beating deaths of two women from Richmond.
Ronald Yeatts is scheduled to die the following day for murdering a Pittsylvania County woman during a robbery in 1989.
No word on the status of his appeals.
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A bomber is targetting minorities in London.
That's the next story on News-7 at Noon.
And state police try to put the brakes on speeders.
More on yesterday's crackdown on Interstate 81 is still ahead on News-7 at Noon.
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London police are offering an 80- thousand- dollar reward for help in solving two race- related bombings.
46 people have been injured in explosions in minority shopping districts over the past eight days.
Mark Phillips reports.
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((They aren't big bombs, but they do damage to people and property and they've made Britain's Black and ethnic communities very nervous. Two have gone off now -- this one in a largely Bangladeshi neighbourhood in east London. And one a week ago in an area with a large West Indian population -- that one found and moved by a supermarket manager.
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It was in a shoebos with a plastic container on top of it with a clock inside. (Q) How big was it? (A) that big,
They're crude devices, explosives thought to come from fireworks -- and nails. The police poster seeking the bombers shows an x-ray of one nail lodged in a child's head. Miraculously, no one's been killed yet.
Several racist groups have admitted responsibility for the bombings. Police are treating these as racist crimes... and so are the potential victims.
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Racism's growing in this country for some reason we are trying so hard to fint in and it shouldn't just be there. It's becoming like america now isn't it?
Police patrols have been stepped up, but it's thought the group involved is a small shadowy cell on the right wing fringe that will be difficult to find and stop. MP, CBSN, London.))
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The Resdskins are close to having a new owner.
We'll have the latest in sports.
And she's 104 and still going strong.
We'll hear Gertrude Jumper's secret to success when News-7 at Noon returns.
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Some are positive, some are disturbing.
But websites involving the Colorado school shooting are popping up all over the internet.
Eric Earnhart has more in this week's Webwatch.
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Hours after the shooting began there was a flurry of activity on the web. As people rushed to register website names containing the word "Trenchcoat".
Trenchcoatmafia-dot-org and dot-net were registered with the intent of keeping them OFF-line. Trenchcoat mafia-dot-com began as a memorial site and is now shut down.
Trenchcoat-dot-net was also registered by someone who did NOT want it used for anything tasteless... like this...
Trenchcoat-dot-org is another story... A dark and disturbing parody site, using actual images from the shooting and the suspects yearbook... why? for a buck apparently... owners of the site put the dot-org-address up for sale on E-bay... so anyone who didn't like it could buy it and take it down... e-bay cancelled the auction, the site is still up.
Over at Trenchcoat dot com, once an X-rated site unrelated to the tragedy, the owner has removed the adult content, and turned it into an anti-violence resource page.
On another helpful note, Columbine-High, and ColumbineHighSchool-dot-com are both set up as memorial sites for the victim, and include forums allowing people to post messages of support and sympathy for their families.
As for the suspects' AOL webpages... they've been removed by AOL, but nothing dissappears easily on the web... several mirror sites are springing up, claiming to preserve some of the suspects original writings and images.
The links are on the WebWatch page, at WDBJ-7-dot-com.))
She's lived through two World Wars, segregation, and even a fire...but she's still going strong.
Gertrude Jumper turned 104 yesterday.
But you wouldn't know it by talking to her..she says she is always on the go...whether it's to the mall or to church.
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((GERTRUDE JUMPER: BY THE HELP OF THE GOOD LORD I'VE MADE IT THIS FAR.. I DON'T HAVE MY WANTS BUT I DO HAVE MY NEEDS. I HAVE PLENTY SUCH AS IT IS.))
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But what is her secret to long life?
Getrude says don't let your problems get the best of you..and try not to worry.
Gertrude was recently honored by Governor Jim Gilmore at a celebration for Virginia's centenarians.
On Wall Street at Noon, the Dow was DOWN three points.
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Still ahead in sports, John Elway makes his intentions clear.
Plus, after a forty-race drought, the number three car is back in victory lane.
We'll have the story from Talladega, when News 7 at Noon continues.
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John Elway will not be coming back anymore.
Elway told the Denver Post today he is "absolutely" retiring from football.
The former quarterback is going out on top, much like Michael Jordan did last year.
Elway guided Denver to two straight Super Bowl victories, and was named M-V-P of this year's championship game. An official announcement is expected by midweek.
Meantime, the Redskins are expected to announce later today the sale of the team and Jack Kent Cooke Stadium to Maryland businessman Daniel Snyder. Snyder says he will keep coach Norv Turner and G-M Charley Casserly.
The 800 million dollar deal would be a record for a pro sports franchise. The deal would still have to be approved by N-F-L owners.
Its been a long dry spell for Dale Earnhardt, but for the eighth time, he's the champion at Talladega.
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Earnhardt, who won the I-ROC race at Talladega, would lead the Diehard 500 after 23 laps.
The restrictor plate kept the field close together, then Tony Stewart bumps Mike Skinner, sending Skinner sliding.
The crash on lap 49 collects nine cars, including Jeff Gordon, and Rusty Wallace.
Michael Waltrip led a four car draft that would pull away from the rest of the field by as much as 5 seconds.
Dale Jarret was in that group and he finally got by Waltrip to lead the race for two laps.
Terry Labonte was working his way toward the front but mechanical problems sent him to the pits.
The third caution of the day came out on lap 168 when Bobby Hamilton and Robert Pressley spin out on the high side of the track putting the cars in a pack again.
Earnhardt would take the lead with 14 laps to go and he holds on to win the Diehard 500, his first win of the season.
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Dale Jarrett was second, Mark Martin third, Bobby LaBonte finished fourth, and rookie Tony Stewart came in fifth.
Rick Mast finished twenty-third.[PGA]
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The lowest score on the P-G-A tour this year made Jesper Parnevik the king of Greensboro this weekend.
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Parnevik opened up yesteday with the same brilliance he showed all week.
This birdie putt gave him a two-shot lead at 22 under par.
But Jim Furyk would birdie the fifth hole to go to 21 under par. He would shoot a 69 and finished second.
Parnevik lights up a victory cigar before bogeying eighteen. He shot a 2- under- par 70 to finish at 265, 23 under par.
The Braves didn't let a poor track record in southern Florida stand in their way last night.
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Top of the first, Brian Jordan goes deep with the two-run shot to left. That's his sixth of the season, and the Braves had the early lead.
Then in the top of the fourth, Keith Lockart hits this double to the gap in left center, two more runs score and the Braves were up 4- nothing.
Smoltz struck out seven in 7 innings of work. He only allowed six hits in his longest start of the year. The Braves take this one from the Marlins 5 to 1.
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The Yankees honored one of their great ones yesterday, as the monument to Joe DiMaggio was unveiled before the game with Toronto.
And it would go to extra innings. In the eleventh, Bernie Williams hits a shot down the right field line
to score Chuck Knoblauch. The Yankees win it 4 to 3 over the Blue Jays.
In its third season, Roanoke College has won its first ODAC softball championship.
Amy Layman, the tournament M-V-P, went 3 of 5 and scored 3 times to lead the Maroons over Bridgewater.
Roanoke was up one in the second, when Layman hits this shot to third. She's thrown out at first, but a run scores to make it 2 to nothing Roanoke.
The Maroons also had sharp defense. Here, they field the bunt down the first base line to get the runner at first.
Then later in the game, Kari Whitney hits a fielders choice-- scoring Layman from third to make it 3- nothing. Roanoke wins it 5 to 3.
The victory also gives the Maroons their first ever bid to the N-C-A-A tournament.