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Coming up tonight on NEWS 7 at SIX:
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Hats off to the first 22 graduates of V-WIL at Mary Baldwin College. And the search for SOMETHING that might indicate what happened to Patty Jo Pullen.
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In sports, the NBA coach of the year is named, we have the envelop, the NCAA Division II softball tournament rolls on at Moyer
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and get ready for a stampeded of high school district championship action, highlights from the Floyd/Glenvar three rivers tilt in sports.
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The important weekend forecast is a mix of sun, clouds and showers. Details ahead. [open]
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The Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership graduates a class of pioneers this weekend.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[VWIL]


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[WRITER=ejo]
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It was Virginia's alternative to having to co-educate Virginia Military Institute.
But in the same year that V-M-I graduates its first female "Rats", the Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership graduates its first class .. from the nation's only all-female corps of cadets.
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Ellen Qualls is at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton.
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Identical twin brothers will not face trial until August for the murder of a man inside a crowded Blacksburg nightspot.
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Terry and Kerry Scales were originally scheduled to go on trial today.
They're accused of shooting and killing a Florida man inside Arnold's restaurant in August, 1997.
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Police say the twins each admitted firing shots inside the restaurant.
An August trial date has now been set.
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[Wythe-Study]


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It appears money may be set aside for an additional study dealing with traffic congestion where Interstates 77 and 81 overlap in Wythe County.
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The Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board has tentatively approved 2-point-5 million dollars for the project in its upcoming budget.
An earlier study looked at ways to widen Interstate 81.
It also examined the possibility of separating the two interstates.
If money is approved-- the new study would likely begin next year and would be more in-depth.
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Smith Mountain Lake residents say when lake levels go down, A-E-P should be able to take action without the governor's permission.
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Right now Smith Mountain Lake is down almost two feet.
The dam will keep feeding water downstream -- unless the lake level falls four feet below normal.
Then A-E-P officials can release LESS water, but only with the governor's okay.
A group of lake communities says A-E-P officials should take action sooner and without waiting for the governor.


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((WHEN THE WATER LEVELS DROP 3,4,5 FEET THERE ARE A LOT OF UNMARKED SHOALS AND SHALLOW AREAS THAT ARE HAZARDOUS TO BOATERS.))
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People at the fish hatchery downstream say the new plan is fine as long as they get enough water to survive.
It's up to federal officials to decide whether to change the system.
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Gun control, waiting periods, and pawn shops. Still ahead on News 7, Roanoke police have some first-hand experience to judge whether it would work.
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Later, a celebration honors Virginia's Indian tribes this weekend. We'll tell you where to find it.
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A massive search today for a missing Pittsylvania County woman. Patty Jo Pulley disappeared one week ago today.
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The search was centered today near Milton, North Carolina, just across the state line from Halifax and Pittsylvania Counties.
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Marya Jones was there all day. She reports on the search from our Danville newsroom.
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Keith, search parties started around 11 this morning. They scoured about 20 square miles north of the Dan River. But found no clues to help solve the mystery of Patty Jo Pulley's disappearance.
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They searched by air.....
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by water, with air scenting dogs......
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...and by land.
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But returned with no resolution to a week-long mystery.
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((SHERIFF HAROLD PLASTER/PITTSYLVANIA CO.: AT THIS TIME WE'VE NOT FOUND ANYTHING THAT'S SIGNIFICANT TO THE INVESTIGATION. WE WILL CONTINUE TO SEARCH AND RE-SEARCH THE AREA UNTIL THIS EVENING.))
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Sheriff's deputies and rescue crews joined about 130 volunteers that showed up from Virginia and North Carolina.
Those who didn't know Patty Jo Pulley well....
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((TODD PECK/DANVILLE YOUTH PASTOR: JUST THOUGHT ABOUT THE FACT THAT IT COULD BE MY WIFE AND IF IT WERE MY WIFE, I WOULD WANT SOME FOLKS OUT HELPING ME.))
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And those who were close to her....
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((RICHARD GARDNER/FRIEND: I STILL HOLD OUT HOPE THAT SHE'S ALIVE OUT THERE SOMEWHERE, BUT I HONESTLY DON'T KNOW...I JUST HONESTLY DO NOT KNOW.))
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((PHYLLIS REKLIS/FRIEND: I OBVIOUSLY DIDN'T WANT TO FIND HER...OR ANYTHING THAT WOULD INDICATE SHE WAS INJURED OR DEAD.))
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((DEANNA REAMS: I CAN'T IMAGINE HER LEAVING OR DOING THIS ON PURPOSE.))
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Search teams will continue to cover the area two times until dark, looking for articles of clothing, broken twigs, or any sign of Patty Jo Pulley.
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I asked the Sheriff today, "What next?" He says they'll continue to post fliers, ook for evidence and talk with family and friends.
There is still hope that the reward for her return, which was increased to 60-thousand dollars yesterday, will help.
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But authorities are asking that if you have any information on Patty Jo Pulley, please call Crimestoppers at 1 - 800- 791 -0044.
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In Washington, they're talking about gun control.
In Roanoke, they're wondering how much new laws would help.
One provision passed by the Senate yesterday would make it tougher to buy guns at a pawn shop.
But Scott Goldberg reports, one Roanoke murderer bought HIS weapon at a pawn shop ... and it's doubtful that any law would have stopped him.
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(( The night he murdered his girlfriend and her mother, Miguel Ortiz seemed anything but stable.
He held a gun to his head.
He walked in circles.
He asked police, during a two-hour standoff, to shoot him.
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Ortiz is now serving three life terms for the murders he committed that night .... with a gun he bought from this pawn shop.
Todd Wirt was the store's manager.
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((TODD WIRT: THIS GENTLEMAN FILLED EVERYTHING OUT ON THE PAPERS AND WAS GIVEN AN APPROVAL NUMBER FROM VIRGINIA STATE POLICE TO OWN A HANDGUN.)) [RUNS09]
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((SCOTT GOLDBERG: THERE WAS NO WAY ANYONE WOULD HAVE KNOWN THAT, LESS THAN A MONTH LATER, THAT GUN WOULD BE A MURDER WEAPON. ORTIZ FILLED OUT STATE AND FEDERAL FORMS SAYING HE HAD NO CRIMINAL RECORD, NO HISTORY OF MENTAL ILLNESS. AND HE PASSED A COMPUTERIZED BACKGROUND CHECK. POLICE HAVE A HARD TIME IMAGINING ANY LAW THAT COULD HAVE STOPPED ORTIZ FROM KILLING.)) [RUNS18]
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((SGT. JOHN CASTLETON: WE CAN SLOW IT UP, WE CAN MAKE THEM JUMP THROUGH HOOPS. BUT STOP IT ENTIRELY? PROBABLY NOT.))
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This week the Senate passed a bill that would require a 24-hour mandatory waiting period for anyone buying a firearm at a pawn shop.
That would not have stopped Ortiz from getting his gun.
And Todd Wirt, who said gun sales make up less than five percent of his business, doesn't expect any new law to make buying a gun at a pawn shop much tougher than it already is.
Scott Goldberg, News-7.))
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Wall Street finished the week with modest losses. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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Getting a taste of Native American culture requires just a short trip to Amherst County this weekend.
Steve Smallshaw has more from the seventh annual Monacan Powwow.
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(( More than 900 school children got an education in Native American culture Friday.. not from a textbook or a t-v screen, but with live, colorful demonstrations before their very eyes.
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((KENNETH BRANHAM/MONACAN CHIEF: THEY ONLY SEE THE THING THEY SEE ON T-V, THE HOLLYWOOD INDIAN, WE ALWAYS SAY. THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT, IT'S NOT THE REAL THING AND WE LIKE TO SHOW THE DIFFERENCE.))
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The real thing can be found this weekend at the Monacan Powwow in Amherst County.
It's a celebration that honors all eight of Virginia's Indian tribes.. and has helped younger members take more pride in their heritage.
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((BRANHAM: FIFTEEN, TWENTY YEARS AGO, WHEN I WAS A TEENAGER, YOU WEREN'T TOO PROUD TO SAY YOU WERE AN INDIAN. WE NEVER DENIED IT, BY NO MEANS, BUT IT WASN'T SOMETHING THAT WE'D WALK AROUND AND SAY `YES, I'M A NATIVE AMERICAN AND I'M HONORED'.))
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The Monacans in particular have a lot to be proud of.
A new tribal museum opened just a few years ago.. and they recently won a long battle to have hundreds of their ancestors' remains returned from state museums to Amherst County for reburial.
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((KARENNE WOODS/MONACAN DESCENDANT: I THINK THAT THINGS HAVE REALLY BEEN STRENGTHENED LATELY IN TERMS OF OUR CULTURAL HERITAGE, WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT OURSELVES AND OUR EFFORT TO PUT THAT FORTH TO THE PUBLIC SO THAT PEOPLE CAN LEARN ABOUT HOW THINGS REALLY WERE.))
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And how they continue to be today.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Amherst County.))

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Most of us remember Doc Severinsen...as the wild dresser...who conducted the big band on the "Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson.
Well, this Saturday Severinsen is performing at the Salem Civic Center.
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((DOC SEVERINSEN: I'M GOING TO DO SOME BIG BAND MUSIC...AND WONDERFUL SONGS THAT PEOPLE WILL READILY RECOGNIZE..WHO KNOWS THEY MIGHT EVEN HEAR THE TONIGHT SHOW THEME))
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Severinsen says big band music is increasing in popularity with younger audiences and musicians.
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((DOC SEVERINSEN: WHEN I SAW IT I SAID IS THIS SUPRISING OR NOT...AND I SAID NO IT REALLY ISN'T BECAUSE THAT MUSIC IS REALLY VALID))
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Severinsen is releasing a new album this summer called "Swinging the Blues" starring the former "Tonight Show" band.

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Glenavr and Floyd hit the diamond in the three rivers softball championship, early highlights to come, also more from Moyer and NCAA softball action,
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and Jeff Gordon unveils his newly painted ride that will grace the Lowes speedway in Charlotte.
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High school district championship action hit the various playing fields all over the valley and beyond today. First, the Three Rivers District title between Glenvar and Floyd County
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The lady Buffaloes recieved a warm welcome at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg.
Floyd gets on the board first. Amanda Harmon hits a shot right back at the pitcher who spins and goes for the double play. But the throw is high, allowing Allison Hatcher to score from second to make the count 1-nothing lady Buffaloes in the top of the first inning.
The Lady Highlanders retaliate in the bottom of the second when Floyd pitcher Amanda Pratt throws the pitch in the dirt, allowing Shannon Paxton to come on down from third to even the count at 1 all. The game is still in the late inningsand we will have the final at 11.
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Day two of the NCAA Division II Softball National Championship hit the diamond at the Loyer Sports complex again today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/NCAA Divsion II Second Day; :00]

Ferris State and North Dakota State would battle on a bright and sunny day, perfect for a game.
We pick up the action in the top of the second and a pitchers dual would unfold. The Bison's Julie Fromm gets the strikeout to end the inning.
Then in the bottom of the second, North Dakota State woyuld score when Michelle [SUPER=34-North Dakota State/4/Ferri

s/3;]Wiest hits a fly ball over short, it's droppe, a run scores from second to make it 1-nothing Bisons and North Dakota State wins it 4-3. The Bisons will play game nine Saturday at noon.
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Virginia Tech openned the double elimination Atlantic 10 baseball tournament in Philadelphia today at 4pm against LaSalle. Right now the game is in the bottom of the sixth inning and The Explorers lead 12 to 4. The Hokies were down 12-nothing. Matt Griswald hit a two run homer and Barry Gouch and John West each had solo homeruns for tech. Complete resutls at 11.

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The Winston Cup stars return to Charlotte tonight for the start of the much anticipated "Winston All-Star" weekend.
Tonight, quaifying is on tap for the Winston Open and the Winston at the Lowe's Motor Speedway.
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[VO-NAT]


Tomorrow night the drivers will shine under the lights, and many including Jeff Gordon will have special paint schemes for the race.
Gordon will be driving a "Superman" theme car featuring a brand new DuPont paint called Blue Steel Prizm.
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One thing he certainly wants to do is NOT run out of gas like he did late in last year's race. That misuce allowed Mark Martin to win his first Winston all-star race.
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((MARK MARTIN:))
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The NBA Playoffs roll on tonight with game three between the Indiana Pacers and the Philadelphia 76ers. The pacers lead 2-nothing. Last night, Portland evened the series with Utah at 1 all
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and today, Trailblazers head coach Mike Dunleavy was presented with the NBA coach of the year award. He lead Portland to a 35 and 15 regular season mark and it's first division crown in seven years.
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While Dunleavy recieved 48 votes, Philadelphia 76ers head coach Larry brown got 23 votes and came in second place in the NBA coach of the year ballot.
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