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As we head toward nightfall, traffic is still being delayed on the Interstate by a wreck that occurred at daybreak
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We'll take you there in a moment.
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Another field trip takes us to the site of Friday's moonshine still... as they were haul away the blackpots in Craig County this afternoon.
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In sports, the NBA playoffs roll on tonight, words from the heat/Knicks match up, George Lynch talks about his upcoming camp,
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and Texas Terry Labonte discusses his return tot Richmond this weekend.
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A week of tempertatures above normal and rainfall that's below normal. More on that just ahead. [open]
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A deadly accident restricts traffic into the evening on I-81.
The crash is latest of DOZENS on this one-mile stretch of highway, this decade.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[Truck-Fatal]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[TAPE#99-14 42:45]
[GRAPHIC=I-81 Deadly Accident]


An accident that killed a truck driver just before sunrise is still slowing traffic on a stretch of Interstate 81 tonight. [Take GFX map full]
The truck ran off the highway just north of the 581 interchange, creating a wreck that threw debris across two lanes of traffic. One lane will probably remain closed into the night.
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Scott Goldberg is close to the scene of the accident, where workers are still cleaning up the wreckage.
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(Rollcue: wee hours of the morning. )
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[SUPER=01-Danny Schlickelman/Truck Driver; :18]
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He's been trucking for 30-years.
And Danny Schlickelman knows a few tricks.
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((ROLL THE WINDOW ... STRETCH YOUR LEGS.))
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Most companies require drivers to get eight hours of rest when they're driving all day.
But still ... in those early monring hours ... the eyelids get heavy.
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((TWO OR THREE O'CLOCK IT GETS TIRESON .... WHEN THE SUN COMES UP IT KIND OF PICKS YOU UP.))
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It was just before the sun came up this morning when the truck a Florida man was driving careened off the highway and into the woods.
Every record kept by the driver went up in flames.
Police know his trip began Saturday afternoon in Florida ... and ended Monday morning near Roanoke.
Late Monday afternoon ... they didn't know for sure what killed him.
Maybe a mechanical defect ... maybe a medical condition ... or given the time of day ... police say they wouldn't be surprised ... if a fatigued driver ... fell asleep.
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This isn't the first time an accident has brought traffic to a standstill in this particular spot.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./December 3, 1995;]


In December of '95, a tractor trailer flipped and caught fire at the site of today's accident but did NOT result in any fatalities.
Several other crashes have also occurred in that general vicinity.
According to V-DOT, a quick check of numbers indicates there have been about 26- crashes over the past eight years with six of those involving tractor trailer.
But none of the accidents were deadly.
V-DOT engineers will visit the crash site within the next few days to determine if any changes are needed to make the road safer.
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT SPOKESPERSON:CERTAINLY IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS OUR FOLKS WILL BE TAKING A LOOK AT THAT DATA TO SEE IF IT RAISES ANY AREAS THAT THEY CAN, SPECIFIC CONCERNS, THAT THEY WANT TO COME LOOK AT, RIGHT NOW IT'S A LITTLE TOO EARLY TO SAY.))
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Bullock says V-DOT engineers have already determined that NO structural damage was done to the bridge.
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[VA-Fatalities]


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As of today, Virginia has had 55 fewer highway fatalities this year compared to the same date last year, and state police say their recent crackdown is one big reason.
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((COL. WAYNE HUGGINS/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: THAT REPRESENTS 285 PEOPLE KILLED LAST YEAR COMPARED WITH 230 PERCENT THIS YEAR....FAIRLY SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION IN HIGHWAY DEATHS.))
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Virginia State Police say they will keep up their crackdown on interstate speeders and reckless drivers as long as they think it's slowing traffic down.
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[Moonshine]


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Deep in the woods of one of Virginia's least populated counties today, they hauled away what was left of the second- largest moonshine still since the days of Al Capone.
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It was different.
The eight blackpots were indoors- -inside a huge cinder block garage.
Dynamite was out. A backhoe was in... without much room for maneuvering.
The investigation was different, too. It was the first big score for the multi-jurisdictional task force established last year by the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission.
Recognizing that alcohol is a drug, the revenuers set out to treat the makers of moonshine like drug dealers.
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((THESE ORGANIZATIONS OPERATE LIKE DRUG ORGANIZATIONS. THEY HIDE THEIR MONEY LIKE DRUG ORGANIZATIONS. THEY TRANSPORT THEIR LIQUOR LIKE DRUG ORGANIZATIONS. AND THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I'M AWARE OF THEY'VE BEEN INVESTIGATED ON THE LINES OF A DRUG INVESTIGATION IN USING THAT TOWARD LIQUOR VIOLATIONS.))
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McIntyre says they may even charge some of the illegal liquor makers with money laundering, interstate commerce violations- -maybe even racketeering.
It's taken eight months to get the case to this point.
State and federal law enforcement agents had this site under surveillance - -tucked away on the back side of Brush Mountain since February... with the help of the sheriff.
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[IN Q=They didn't seem]

((THEY DIDN'T SEEM TO THINK ANYBODY WAS WATCHING, THOUGH. THEY WERE JUST LAID BACK, DRINKING THEIR OLD MILWAUKEE, EATING THEIR POTTED MEAT AND MAKING LIQUOR. They didn't drink their own product? NO THEY DIDN'T DRINK THEIR OWN PRODUCT. THEY DRANK OLD MILWAUKEE. ))
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New efforts to prevent dangerous situations in Virginia schools. Still ahead, how YOU will be able to alert police.
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And some local students get the chance many dream of .. to grade their own schools to the state's top educator.
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If you want to know who's most likely to build a bomb or bring a gun to school-- ask the students.
Governor Jim Gilmore announced an anonymous tipline will be set up statewide, encouraging kids to report their suspicions about their classmates.
It's the Governor's most comprehensive response yet to the issue of school violence.
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And Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom with more on his plan.
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Keith, the Governor responded to the school massacre in Colorado by asking superintendents to report any suspicious activity they knew about, and assess their emergency plans.
Then he offered one of the more memorable soundbites of his term: "lose the trenchcoat" -- a metaphorical call for students to dress and act more respectably in Virginia schools.
But today, Gilmore put some punch in his plan.
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(( First, a hotline and a website donated by G-T-E and Bell Atlantic... to get students to tattle on each other.
Gilmore promises privacy and prudence in how the information is used.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: WE DO BELIEVE THAT WE CAN KEEP THIS CONFIDENTIAL. AND THAT IS OUR PLEDGE TO THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF THIS STATE, THAT IF THEY WILL GIVE US INFORMATION, THEN WE WILL ACT ON IT, AND THE ANONYMITY WILL BE KEPT.))
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Then, training.
Special school violence training for sheriffs and local police.
Risk assessment training for custodians and cafeteria workers, who can help spot trouble.
Money for more school resource officers, for the schools who have them, and--
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((TACTICAL TRAINING FOR THE SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS, SO THAT THEY CAN BETTER RESPOND SHOULD A HOSTAGE SITUATION OR SOME SIMILAR EMERGENCY OCCUR WITH AN S-R-O AS THE FIRST RESPONDER.))
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That was apparently not the case for the school resource officer in Colorado.
Finally, the Governor's asking schools to send blueprints of their buildings to the state Emergency Operations Center in Richmond.
That way, a complex SWAT-type response to something like the several hour reign of terror seen at Columbine High School could be coordinated from a central command point by experts.
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Q&A KEITH: Anybody expressing concerns about the student tipline?
ELLEN: Yes, The Virginia ACLU says turning students against each other by setting up an anonymous tipline is "a recipe for disaster." But the ACLU adds that the Governor's proposals are "an improvement over the Governor's earlier order to schools to turn over to police the names of all students who "act suspiciously."


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Much of what Governor Gilmore is proposing is already in place in school systems like Lynchburg.
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Superintendent Jim McCormick says every school in the Hill City already has a crisis management plan, complete with blueprints and aerial photos of the building.
McCormick also says his staff has been trained to always be on the lookout for suspicious activity.
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((DR. JAMES MCCORMICK/LYNCHBURG SCHOOL SUPT.: WE SAY TO MEMBERS OF THE STAFF, PARTICULARLY CAFETERIA WORKERS AND CUSTODIANS, BE OBSERVANT OF THOSE PEOPLE WHO MIGHT VISIT OUR SCHOOLS. MOVE ABOUT THE HALLWAYS, ENTER THE CAFETERIAS THEMSELVES, BE OBSERVANT. SO TO TEACH ONE TO BE EVER VIGILANT IS A QUIET TASK, THAT COULD PAY OFF A GREAT DEAL FOR US IN THE FUTURE.))
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Lynchburg also has a "safe schools" committee that meets regularly with police and fire personnel.
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In a role reversal, some Roanoke City students got a chance to "grade" their schools today.
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((HOW MANY OF YA'LL LIKE SCHOOL? RAISE YOUR HAND. EVERYBODY LIKE SCHOOL? HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR TEACHER? IS YOUR TEACHER GOOD? YEAH!!))
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Fallon Park Elementary was one of five schools State Board of Education President Kirk Schroder visited today.
As S-O-L Testing continues, Schroder heard mostly positive comments about them....all except for the social studies part.
But HONEST answers are what Schroder says he came to hear.
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((KIRK SCHRODER/STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION PRESIDENT: IT'S IMPORTANT TO GET A SENSE OF WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE FIELD AND TO LISTEN TO WHAT'S ON PARENTS', TEACHERS', CHILDREN'S MINDS AND I THINK IT MAKES US ALL THE WISER IN HOW WE GO ABOUT OUR DECISIONS.))
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Schroder says key education initiatives on the table include more flexibility in SCHEDULING S-O-L tests and more testing ASSISTANCE for those students who need it.
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A bomb threat sent students home early at Pulaski High School today.
An anonymous caller said a bomb had been set to go off at 11, so officials dismissed classes at 10:30.
State police searched the building. They checked one suspicious looking book bag, but found nothing that resembled a bomb.
So far, no one's been arrested.

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Wall Street started the week drifting in different directions. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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The Dow fell 24 points, but still kept its head above 11-thousand. NASDAQ rose 23 points.

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A woman found dead at her northeast Roanoke home in March had been stabbed 15 times.
That evidence came out today at a hearing for the man charged with her murder.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/March 18]


Luther Early is accused of killing his girlfriend, Destrine Turner, after an argument.
Early told police that during the fight, he got hold of a knife, hit Turner with a bottle and stabbed her.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The juvenile and domestic relations court judge sent the case on to the next grand jury.[Cook]


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Giles County's treasurer is scheduled to appear in court later this month on a charge of "drunk in public".
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[SUPER=03-Pearisburg/January 1995;]


36-year old Rick Cook was arrested early Sunday morning by a sheriff's deputy.
This is Cook's second term as county treasurer.
Cook's attorney says his client intends to plead NOT guilty when the charge goes to court.
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Texas Terry talks about coming baxck to Richmond, Lavell Blanchard, a UVa top basketball recruit makes his dicision, Tehc hires a new asistant coach,
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and George Lynch is deep into the playoffs but finds time to talk about his upcoming Roanoke camp.
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The NBA playoffs continue tonight. Miami, Detroit, Sacramento and Phoenix are all trying to climb out of a 1-nothing series hole tonight.
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The Knicks were quite relaxed in their pregame shoot around today, but they know, as well as the Heat, this series has just begun.
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George Lynch posted career postseason highs yesterday with 15 points and 12 rebounds as the 76ers beat the Magic in game one of their best of five playoff series.
Next month you'll have a chance to talk with George as he returns to the Star City
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/1997; :00]


for his "Hometown Hoops" basketball camp at Patrick Henry.
Lynch's camp stressess the fundamentals, but it also teaches kids valuable life skills like the importance of being comfortable speaking in front of an audience or a camera.
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George's Hometown Hoops camp is scheduled for June 14th through the 18th at Patrick Henry High School.
You can pick up a camp brochure here at Your Hometown Station, area Kroger Stores and CMT Sportsing goods. Or you can call 982-0536 for additional information.
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Lynch and the Sixers are off tonight before playing game two against the Magic tomorrow evening.[S-UVa]


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One of the top high school basketball players in the nation, who has kept Virginia fans and coaches on pins and needles for months, dissapointed them all today.
LaVell Blanchard, a six foot-seven inch forward from Pioneer high school in Ann Arbor has decided to stay in his hometown and play for the University of Michigan Wolverines.
He picked Michigan over UVa, Penn State, Cal and Georgetown.


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Ricky Stokes is filling out his basketball staff at Virginia Tech.
Stokes named Mark Cline to his staff.
Cline has been an assistant at Old Dominion University for the past five seasons.
Cline played for Wake Forest from 1984-87 and was the Deacons 17th all time leading scorer.

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The Virginia Tech Softball team went 54 and 16 this season and finished second in the Atlantic 10 tournament to Umass.
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Despite such high marks the Lady Hokies will have to wait until the NCAA selection show this weekend to see if they make the 48 team field.
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[S-Labonte]


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After a week off, the Winston Cup stars return to the Commonwealth later this week for the Pontiac Excitement 400 at the Richmond International Raceway.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond/Last June; :00]


Terry Labonte returns to the track as the defending champ after taking advantage of an unusually late red flag to beat Dale Jarrett for the victory last June.
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His best effort will have to be better than it was earlier this year at Martinsville when he qualified 37th and finished 15th. Many of the drivers use their Martinsville or Bristol short track cars at Richmond, but Texas Terry plans to go a different route this week.
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The Cup cars qualify Friday night at 5:30, and the green flag drops for the Pontiac Excitement 400, Saturday night at 7:30.


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