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Next on News 7 at Six... We'll tell you why, despite the law, teens can still find ways to buy guns in Virginia...
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And Paula Johnson's multi-million dollar settlement in the switched-baby case may be on hold.

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In sports, Highlights from Major League Baseball and the Kentucky Derby.
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And we'll check in with the A-A-U basketball tournament at Lord Botetourt High School.
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[Gun-Show]


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Many people are taking another look at gun shows and gun laws following the shooting in Littleton, Colorado.
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Joy Sutton spent the day talking to a local police officer and a gun dealer about the problem, and is in our newsroom with more.
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Eric, those I spoke to indicated gun laws aren't fool-proof and they're concerned about minors who are finding a way to beat the system.
(Rollcue:to beat the system.)
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Gun shows are just one of the ways private sellers can sell their guns...unlike licensed gun dealers they are not required by law to do background checks.
And, Major James Day says there is no way to monitor transactions at a gun show.
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(( MAJOR JAMES DAY/ROANOKE POLICE: WE DO HAVE PERSON THAT WALK THROUGH BUT AS FAS AS CONTROLING THE ACTIVITIES THERE..THAT'S PRIVATE BUSINESS AND WE'RE NOT REALLY INVOLVED IN THAT.))
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Major Day says one of the bigger problems law enforcement faces is cracking down on those who knowingly sell guns to minors.
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((MAJOR JAMES DAY/ROANOKE POLICE: THERE ARE OCCASSIONS WHEN THE PURCHASER OF THE GUN THEN RESELLS THE GUN AND THERE IS NO TRACE OF HOW THOSE GUN ARE RESOLD..AND SOMETIMES THEY MAY BE SOLD TO UNDERAGE PEOPLE.))
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Gun Dealer Paul Hylton says that the problem continues because when violators are caught they don't get tougher penalties.
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((PAUL HYLTON/GUN DEALER: A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO ARE BEING PROSECUTED MAY NOT GET ENOUGH TIME..YOU CAN GET SOME SENSE 1 TO 10 YEARS..IF THEY'RE LET OFF ON PROBATION THERE IS NO WAY OF DETERING THEM FROM GOING OUT AND DOING IT AGAIN.))
School officials in Roanoke are taking their own steps to keep guns out of the schools --by using metal detectors.
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((LISSY RUNYON/ROANOKE SCHOOLS: BETWEEN NOW AND THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR WE WILL USE THEM RANDOMLY TWO TIMES A WEEK AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL.))
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St.Louis is the lastest in a series of cities to file a lawsuit against gun manufactures..and state officials are seeking damages for gun related crimes.
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However, many officials in the gun industry say the suits won't curb crime...and insist they are just an attempt to put them out of business.
Eric?..

[Switched-Babies]


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Paula Johnson's protests over a two million dollar settlement in the switched babies case may end up delaying her own agreement.
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State officials say they won't settle with Johnson as long as she insists on appealing the two million dollar deal.
Johnson is raising Callie Marie Jewel Conley--one of two babies switched at birth at the University of Virginia Medical Center in 1995.
Last week she filed a notice indicating she will appeal the agreement reached with the Chittum and Rogers family --who are raising her biological daughter, 3-year-old Rebecca Grace Chittum.
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[Congress-Votes]


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Congress this week refused to support the NATO air strikes against Yugoslavia.
It was one of several resolutions the House considered on the crisis.
Here's how Western Virginia's representatives voted.
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A measure to deny funds for ground troops without Congressional approval passed 249 to 180.
Democrat Rick Boucher was against it. Democrat Virgil Goode and Republican Bob Goodlatte voted for it.
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The House voted against removing the U.S. forces now involved in the NATO campaign, 290 to 139.
Boucher voted with the majority. Goode and Goodlatte wanted to get the troops out now.
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A resolution to declare war against Yugoslavia failed 427 to 2.
This time, all three congressmen agreed that was the wrong move right now.
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And the key measure, to support the air strikes, failed on a tie vote, 213 to 213.
Boucher voted yes. Goode and Goodatte voted no.
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[Amphitheater]


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Hurt Park Elementary School now has an amphitheatre.
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The structure was dedicated today and kicked-off the school's May-Day celebration which included food, games and entertainment.
Lissy Runyon with the Roanoke City Schools' administration, says it was a good example of the community working together.
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((LISSY RUYNYON/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS: THIS IS AN ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIC EXAMPLE OF WHAT INDIVIDUALS CAN DO TO MEET COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL NEEDS..COMING TOGHTER WITH RESOURCES TO MAKE GOOD THINGS HAPPEN FOR KIDS.))
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Funds for the amphitheatre were provided by the Arts Council of Blue Ridge and the Beirne (BER-NEE) Carter Foundation.
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Still ahead--thousands of W and L grads are back at their alma mater this weekend..we'll tell you why in a few minutes.
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And, if you like strawberrys you could have had your fill in Roanoke today.
Highlights from the nineteenth annual Strawberry Festival are coming up.
First let's check in with Andrew Freiden in the weather center.
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The Strawberry Festival was a big attraction in downtown Roanoke today.
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Hundreds of people came out for this year's festival.
Several desserts were on hand...each topped with of course, heaping mounds of strawberries.
This year marked the 19th anniversary for the festival.
The event was sponored by Community School.
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[W&L]


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Grand finale celebrations for Washington and Lee's 250th anniversary are underway in Lexington at this hour.
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Banners were put up throughout the area in honor of the occassion.
The celebration also includes a special reunion weekend.
And, thousands of alumni in Lexington and across the country are expected to take part in the festivities--thanks to a satellite broadcast.
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((NEIL PENICK/DIR. 250TH ANNIVERSARY OBSERVANCES: IT WILL BE BEAMED OUT ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO OVER, WELL TO 54 DIFFERENT SITES, FROM BOSTON TO HONOLULU, MIAMI TO SEATTLE AND ALL POINTS IN BETWEEN. AND, WE EXPECT ABOUT 10,000 ALUMNI BOTH HERE IN LEXINGTON WILL WATCH THE SHOW AND PARTICIPATE IN THIS GRAND FINALE CELEBRATION OF THE 250TH.))
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Organizers have also arranged for a National Celebration Gala for alumni to be held today under a huge tent set up just outside the city limits.
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Washington and Lee is one of the nation's oldest universities.
Celebrations for its 250th anniversary started at the beginning of the school year.

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More sewing plants shut down and head south...
And the C-E-O of Philip Morris says his critics should stop blowing smoke.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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Pluma has been watching its "profits" go south for a year.
And now that's where the sweatshirt maker is sending more of its jobs.
330-workers in Chatham and Altavista will be laid off by July.
Most will be eligible for Trade-Act benefits, because their jobs are going to Mexico and Honduras. [599-2 at 1:03:47]
Even though anti-smoking lawsuits are dragging down Philip Morris stock, the company's CEO told shareholders this week that the cigarette maker remains the nation's second most profitable corporation.
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The growing Home Shopping Newtwork is expanding into another warehouse in Roanoke County.
It already operates a distribution center in Salem.
About 90 employees will be transfered into the new building.
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Norfolk Southern is chugging toward its June takeover of Conrail.
But that transaction is costing the railroad.
N-S profits fell 15-percent in the first quarter this year. []
The first quarter is almost always a bad one at Tultex.
Martinsville's biggest employer lost seven million dollars.
The company typically sells most of its clothes toward the end of the year. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
On Wall Street, the Dow picked up 99 points to finish the week at 10-thousand-789.
The Nasdaq slipped to 25-42.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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Still ahead Roy Stanley will be here with highlights from the Kentucky Derby.
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But, first we'll head to some "healing hills" in Rockbridge County.
We'll explain when the news continues.
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[Buffalo-Springs]


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Though aromatherapy and herbal teas have only recently become more popular--two area farmers say they've been aware of the plants' benefits for about 25 years.
Kimberly McBroom takes us on a tour of Buffalo Springs Herb Farm in this week's Time Off.
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((The roots of many culinary creations and medicinal concoctions lie within the soil of this 18th century farmstead in the small community of Raphine.
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((DON HAYNIE/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: I MAKE MY SAGE TEA IN THE WINTER. IT'S THE BEST GARGLE IN THE WORLD AND IT TAKES CARE OF THE SORE THROAT AND THE ROSEMARY, OF COURSE, HAS ITS CURATIVE EFFECTS AND THEN THE AROMATHERAPY FROM MANY OF THE HERBS.)) [RUNS:13]
Don Haynie co- owns the Buffalo Springs Herb Farm with Tom Hamlin.
The pair bought and restored the 220-acre farm a decade ago.
It was a nice change of scenery for them after a long career in the floral business.
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((DON HAYNIE/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: WE BECAME INTERESTED IN HERBS ABOUT 25 YEARS AGO BACK IN WHAT WE CALL THE "DARK AGES" OF HERBS. AND STARTED USING THEM IN OUR FLORAL WORK BECAUSE THEY HAVE A LOT OF SYMBOLISM. HERBS FOR WEDDINGS, HERBS FOR CERTAIN RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS, AND PEOPLE BECAME VERY FASCINATED WITH THAT AND I BECAME FASCINATED, AS WELL.)) [RUNS:19]
So fascinated, that he and Hamlin would eventually plant 350 varieties of herbs in several theme gardens.
Some celebrate the universe..like the "Celestial" gardens...others celebrate religion, or ancient times.
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((TOM HAMLIN/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: THE ABBEY-- THE ABBEY RUINS, ACTUALLY. THE RUINS OF AN ABBEY WE PUT THAT IN. IT'S TURNED OUT TO BE A VERY POPULAR THING. WE DO HAVE SOME SMALL WEDDINGS HERE. AND WE DO HAVE SOUND IN THERE AND LIGHTING. AND WE'RE IN THE PROCESS OF TURNING IT INTO A MEDIEVAL GARDEN. THERE WILL BE A SMALL BARN DOWN HERE AND A BORDER THAT WILL GO AROUND IT.)) [RUNS:21]
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((DON HAYNIE/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: SPRINKLE SOME OF THIS ON AND YOU HAVE A DELICIOUS SANDWICH. SNIP IT OFF AND USE IT IN YOUR CHICKEN SALAD AND COLE SLAW...)) [RUNS:06]
Visitors to the herb farm can also enroll in various education programs, which are usually topped off with an herbal luncheon.
One lesson is how resilient most herbs are.... 90- percent of the herbs here are perennials--making them good for "carefree gardening".
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((TOM HAMLIN/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: JUST LIKE WITH THE GARDEN SAGE HERE--WE'VE CUT IT BACK FOR THIS YEAR. BUT IN A FEW WEEKS, IT WILL BE JUST COMPLETELY COVERED WITH FOLIAGE AGAIN. IT GROWS QUITE RAPIDLY.)) [RUNS:13]
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((DON HAYNIE/HERB FARM CO-OWNER: THEY TAKE LESS WATER. THEY'LL TAKE WIND, THEY'LL TAKE RAIN. THEY'LL TAKE COLD. THEY'LL TAKE HEAT. AND ONCE THEY'RE ESTABLISHED, THEY WILL ENDURE OUR CLIMATE BETTER THAN SAY, THE PETUNIA WILL.)) [RUNS:13]
Haynie's advice to all gardeners?
Plant an herb garden, and grow a better world.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Rockbridge County.))
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There was also a big May Day event today at the herb farm..featuring May Pole dance, herbal workshops and a performance by the Rockbridge Modern Dance Ensemble.

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And coming up, Martinsville continues its win streak in A-A-U basketball the Orioles were at the Yard today.
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And the Roanoke Express is on the rebound tonight at the Roundhouse in the playoff series with the Richmond Renegades.
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The Northern conference finals opened tonight at theRoundhouse with Roanoke and Richmond playing a game one nail biter that is not for the weak at heart.
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Daniel Berthiaume came in looking to continue his hot streak in the playoffs as he got ready with a few admiring fans looking on.
Richmond would get on the board first Valentin Passarelli scores for the Gades at the 10:48 mark of the first period to make it 1-to-zip.
The Score stayed one to nothing Richmond until the third period when Chad Spurr beat Maxine Gingras to tie it up at one all at the 7:49 mark of the final period.
It appeared like the Express would win it when Spurr got his second goal of the game with just over four minutes to go thanks to some tremendous pressure on Gingras.
But the Express relaxed too soon, and with 1:55 to go - Trevor Senn beat the Bandit to send the game to sudden death overtime.
The first 20 minute period was scoreless even thought Roanoke had several opportunities to score.
Finally at the 8:36 mark of the second overtime - Roanoke's Duane Harmer
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misdirects a pass that is intercepted by the Renegades Kevin Knopp, who scores the game winner and end the four hour marathon.
Game two is tonight.
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Face off tonight at the Roundhouse is 7-Thirty.

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A crowded field of 19 went to the post for the 125-th running of the Kentucky Derby.
And Charismatic wins the Derby. Lets listen to the call by A-B-C's Dave Johnson.
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Menifee was second and Cat Thief third.





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Over in Daleville this afternoon, The State A-A-U basketball tournament was in the second round.
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The Martinsville fans filled the house at Lord Botetourt.
And it would be Martinsville Becker who pulls down the rebound then passes it to J.R. Christy who finishes off the play Martinsville led the game.
Then Spotsylvania would get into the action as they get the ball and drains the jumper.
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But Martinsville shows why they are undefeated. Watch the good ball work that ends up with the easy basket and Martinsville wins the game by a score of 75 to 59.
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In the other local game, Roanoke would meet Peninsula and it would be Peninsula's Horton who hurts the Jaguars early with this layup.
But then at the other end Roanoke comes back as the big man in the middle would get the rebound and put it back up for the basket.
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But Peninsula would be just too much. As they get the steal and work the quick break Peninsula misses the first shot but puts it back for the score and Peninsula beats Roanoke 57 to 46.
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The Baltimore Orioles were at the Yard again today hosting the Minnesota Twins.
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The Orioles fell behind 1 to nothing in the top of the third.
Then Matt Lawton hits a single to centerfield scoring Todd Walker and the Twins would make that lead 2 to nothing in the third.
Minnesota would add to that lead. Ron Coomer gets all of this pitch for a three run homer over the right field w

all and the Twins would take the 5 to nothing lead in the third.
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The Orioles finally got on the board in the bottom of the third when Brady Anderson singles in a run to make it 5 to 1 and ___ wins it __ to ___.
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The New York Mets used a big seventh inning to pull away and beat San Francisco 9 to 4.
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The Mets would get the scoring started in the first.
Edgardo Alfonzo hits this solo homer to deep left field and the Mets jumped out to the one to nothing lead in the bottom of the first.
But the Giants come right back Rich Aurilia strokes this single to left field Charlie Hayes beats the throw to the plate and the game was tied at 1 to 1.
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Then after a 2 to 2 in the third, Robin Ventura strokes this single scoring a run to make it 3 to 2 and the Mets hold on for the 9 to 4 win over the Giants.
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