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Fire tops the news tonight- -
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Some expensive homes in jeopardy in Roanoke County- -as well as a stubborn brush fire not far away on this breezy evening.
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[TALENT=Keith]


And a landmark ruling from the Supreme Court on sexual harassment in public school could have a bearing on a case

involving Virginia Tech.[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight in sports, the Hokies will play the University of Richmond in their NCAA baseball opener on Friday.
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[VO-NAT]


And Bedford County sheriff's department employees were out in force today urging kids to safely use the internet while having a little baseball fun.
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[WX-Head]
[TALENT=Robin]
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It's been a busy weather day with showers, strong breezes and cooler temperatures. Complete forecast details and a salty Monday WeatherSchool question just ahead.

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Fire damages a home in Hunting Hills. Firefighters are still working on a second blaze not far from the exclusive subdivision.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[County-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The house fire started in landscaping mulch outside the home.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke County]


This Hunting Hills house was engulfed by flames and smoke this afternoon.
Fire Fighters were able to control the fire before it spread to other nearby homes.
There appears to be no fire damage INSIDE the house, but there is extensive smoke and water damage.
No one was inside the house at the time.
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[Brush-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#99-23 17:25]
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While firefighters were working on that one, they noticed another fire starting not far away.
Seeing the fire was easy ... reaching it was a different matter.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Scott/Microwave]


Scott Goldberg is at Hunting Hills, where firefighters now seem to have the upper hand.
[Live=Scott Full/Microwave]
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[Sexual-Harassment]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A decision today from the Supreme Court could have a major impact in classrooms here and across the country.
The court ruled five to four that school officials who fail to stop students from sexually harassing other students can be sued.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Forsythe, Georgia]


The ruling comes in a Georgia case, in which a fifth-grader endured five months of harassment and abuse from a classmate. School officials were notified, but allegedly did nothing.
The court said that school officials can be held responsible if those who could have helped her were "deliberately indifferent."
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[Brzonkala]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[TAPE#99-19 16:40]
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Today's Supreme Court opinion may have an impact on a local case, the lawsuit that Christy Brzonkala brought against Virginia Tech.
Richmond lawyer Eileen Wagner says she was bouyed by the ruling in the Georgia case.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Joe/Newsroom]


Joe Dashiell is in the newsroom tonight, with more from Wagner and from officials at Virginia Tech.
[Live=Joe full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Joe1;]


Keith, today's ruling was narrowly defined... the facts of the Georgia case are not an exact match... but Brzonkala's lawyer says she's encouraged both by the majority opinion and the dissent.
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[IN Q=The Supreme Court has defined a narrow path]

((THE SUPREME COURT HAS DEFINED A VERY, VERY NARROW PATH. IT'S ALMOST A RAZOR'S EDGE, BUT IT IS AN OPEN PATH. AND I'M INTERPRETING THAT AS A GREEN LIGHT TO GO FORWARD WITH THE NEXT STEP IN THE LITIGATION AGAINST VIRGINIA TECH., WHICH WOULD BE TO FILE AN AMENDED COMPLAINT AND GET THE MATTER ON TRACK AGAIN.))
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Though the case has dragged on for many months, and promises to continue for many more, Wagner says Christy Brzonkala remains committed to seeing it through to the end.
[Live=Joe full/Newsroom]


Meanwhile, Virginia Tech officials say little has changed.
With the narrow ruling from the Supreme Court, Tech spokesman Dave Nutter says he doubts the opinion will have a major impact on Brzonkala's case against the university.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Joe/Newsroom]


Keith, this one is headed back to Judge Jackson Kiser.

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Attorneys for Paula Johnson have decided how much they want from the University of Virginia for switching her newborn daughter at birth.
They've filed a 55-million dollar lawsuit against the hospital, administrators, doctors and nurses.
Johnson says UVA and its employees were negligent in giving her the wrong baby girl in July of 1995.
Johnson's suit came after she refused to reach a settlement with the state, as the family of the other child did.


The switch came to light last summer during testing that was part of a paternity dispute between Johnson and her ex-boyfriend.


[Carjacker]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A Danville man charged with a weekend crime spree of kidnapping and carjacking is behind bars tonight.
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[SUPER=03-Danville;]


Authorities say 36 year old Donald Wayne Gary kidnapped two women from the Mohawk Trailer Park Saturday.
Both women escaped without injury.
Hours later, police say Gary robbed a man at gunpoint and stole his car at a nearby Danville car wash.
Police searched for him all weekend. He was arrested in Danville today.
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[Fleming]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The capital murder trial of Darryl Lamont Fleming is now underway in Lynchburg Circuit Court.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Fleming is accused of stabbing to death 16- year- old Corey Pennix in his Hillside Court home last August.
Fleming reportedly told police he'd been under the influence of cocaine the night it happened, and was only defending himself from Pennix.
56 potential jurors were summoned for jury selection today.. the trial is scheduled to last through Friday.

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[Latex-gloves]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Virtually every minute of every day health care workers- -all across America- -snap on a new pair of Latex gloves- -perform some medical procedure- -then toss aside the gloves, without giving them a second thought.
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[SUPER=01-Lisa Williams/Latex Glove Sensitive]
[SUPER=01-Charlie Webb/Lisa's Boss]
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In her 14 years as a nurse, Lisa Williams says she probably went through as many as 100 gloves a day.
She never knew she was allergic to Latex.
It started with shortness of breath.
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((FULL BLOWN- I CAN'T BREATHE ...TO WHERE I JUST COLLAPSE.))
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Her lawyers hope Lisa's acute sensitivity to Latex will prove to be the perfect test case.
They filed the first lawsuit of its kind in Virginia Friday against the makers of Latex gloves.
She has a new job now- -as office manager of an insurance group... not a surgical glove in sight.
But they have to hide the rubber bands.
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((ANYTHING THAT'S A SOFT, RUBBER, LATEX-LIKE MOUSE PAD... WE'VE HAD TO REMOVE ALL THESE.))
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The standard coil cord on her telephone was replaced... all hazards.
When the antigens within such items become airborne, her throat constricts, she begins to gasp for air.
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((I JUST AVOID ANYONE POPPING IT AT ME OR PULLING IT OFF A NEWSPAPER. MY HUSBAND AT HOME WILL TAKE THE RUBBER BANDS OFF FOR ME.))
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[OUT Q=off for me.]
[ANCHOR=Keith]
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She's delighted with her new job- -though she misses her work as a nurse... and took a 40-percent pay cut in her move to the Benefits Group.
The federal lawsuit asks for back wages and other unspecified damages.
If it's true that at least eight- percent of America's health- care workers are allergic to Latex, Lisa Williams case could evolve into a class action.






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They provide life-saving medications, but they could be running out of money. Still ahead on News 7, there's not much left in the bank.
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Later, the "Splendors of Ancient Egypt" ... some go back five thousand years .. and they come to Virginia tomorrow.

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A program that provides life-saving medications for low- income residents in Lynchburg is in danger of running out of money.
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The Community Prescription Program says its client list has nearly doubled since they moved into the more accessible Johnson Health Center in January.
That increased demand, coupled with rising drug costs, has put the program in jeopardy.
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((LINDSEY EDWARDS/PROGRAM DIRECTOR: OUR FEAR IS THAT ALTHOUGH WE WILL STILL BE ABLE TO WORK WITH THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES AND PROVIDE LONG- TERM MEDICATION THAT WAY, WE DON'T WANT TO COMPROMISE OUR PATIENTS BY NOT BEING ABLE TO GIVE THEM THE SHORT- TERM EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, AND THAT'S WHAT WE'RE FACING RIGHT NOW.))
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Edwards says they normally spend 20- thousand dollars a year on emergency medications.. right now they only have 45- hundred dollars left.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Supervisors in Montgomery County will revisit the power line issue at its meeting tonight.
When A-E-P proposed running a high voltage line through Montgomery County on its way to Cloverdale, the board voted against the project.
Now that A-E-P has unveiled an alternate route that bypasses the county, the board will be voting on a resolution drafted in SUPPORT of the new path. [TAKE FULL SCREEN MAP]
The new route would carry the line from West Virginia through Bland and Wythe Counties enroute to Jacksons Ferry.
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[SUPER=03-Christiansburg;]


County Spokesman Robert Parker says the resolution includes some of the reasons the new route may be preferable to the initial one.
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((ROBERT PARKER/MONTGOMERY CO. SPOKESMAN: THE WYOMING TO JACKSONS FERRY ROUTE WOULD IMPACT SOME 78 FEWER EXISTING RESIDENCES, IT WOULD BE 75 MILES SHORTER IN TOTAL LENGTH AND IT WOULD ALSO IMPACT SOME 765 FEWER ACRES OF NATIONAL FOREST LAND.))
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This evening's board meeting starts at seven-15.
We'll have results of the vote tonight on NEWS 7 at eleven.

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The health department will not test the water at Smith Mountain Lake marinas this summer.
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]


Last year they tested four marinas in response to complaints.
Only one had high levels of bacteria.
Now the director says they'll test only beaches because people don't usually swim in marinas.
They began testing the water last week and will take samples from six locations every week.
Residents can discuss the quality of the lake's water at a town meeting Wednesday night.
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Wall Street took a tumble today, with bank and internet stocks leading the way down. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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[Egypt]


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Five thousand years ago, one of the world's greatest rivers fed a civilization that rivals our own in sophistication.
"The Splendors of Ancient Egypt" come to Virginia this week.
Ellen Qualls has a preview.
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[SUPER=04-Science Museum of Virginia; :00 ]
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[SUPER=@Ellen2; :35]
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(( It's a double Egyptian whammy for Richmond.
This thrilling IMAX film...
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((A LAND WHERE THE... GREATEST CIVILIZATIONS.))
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The Science Museum of Virginia managed to snag "Mysteries of Egypt" for its restored IMAX theater... at the same time the nearby Virginia Museum of Fine Arts bagged a blockbuster show.
[sot 10:13:42]

((KATHERINE LEE/VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS: THIS IS A MONUMENTAL AND SPLENDID EXHIBITION.))
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The show is stunning in its range-- from the earliest clay figurines, from about 3200 BC... to the mummy decorations that start to look more Roman in feature... signalling the fall of Egyptian dominance.
And the piece de resistance: The fragmented head of King Khafre, who built some of the Great Pyramids, and the Sphinx, who bears his countenance.
[sot 10:10:24 ]

((KATHERINE LEE/VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS: WE THOUGHT IT WAS IMPORTANT TO SHOW IT AT THIS TIME. BECAUSE WE'RE GOING INTO THE MILLENIUM. AND WHEN YOU GO INTO A NEW ERA SO TO SPEAK, IT'S IMPORTANT TO LOOK BACK AND TAKE STOCK. AND THE EGYPTIANS WERE REALLY THE FIRST TO SHOW HUMANKIND IN A WAY WITH WHICH WE CAN IDENTIFY.))
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Scenes from Egyptian daily life show how lively and enjoyable life was.
This was a culture that could focus on math and science as well as art, dance, fashion, and beauty.
That explains the focus on the afterlife-- as a continuation of the life they treasured so much.
The Book of the Dead is a guide with spells and answers to the questions the dead would be asked in the afterlife.


And indeed, two thousand years later, Virginians can have their own questions answered by the dead of ancient Egypt.

It is the largest show in the history of the Virginia Museum of the Fine Arts.
It runs through November.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))



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Coming up tonight on the Big 7, the Hammerin Hokies are staying close to home for their NCAA baseball opener.
We'll surf the net with the Avalanche and Hillcats,
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[VO-NAT]


and meet an area athletic director who is getting her kicks from something other than the success of her championship teams.
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[S-Hokies]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Hammerin' Hokies will be staying close to home when they open the NCAA baseball tournament later this week.
The Hokies found out this afternoon they will open regional play on Friday at Ernie Shore field on the Wake Forest campus.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/This Afternoon;:00]


The Hokies, who have won 17 out of their last 18 games will play Richmond in their opening game.
Tech beat Richmond during the regular season in the only meeting between the two teams.
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[S-Surf]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=sma]
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The Bedford County Sheriff's Office and the Salem Avalanche teamed up for a good cause at today's Avalanche/Lynchburg Hillcats game.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Over four thousand kids wrapped up Internet education week with Operation Blue Ridge Thunder Safe Surfin Day designed to create awareness on how to keep children safe on the Internet.
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((MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD COUNTY SHERIFF:)) ((DAVE OSTER/AVALANCHE GENERAL MANAGER:))
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[SUPER=01-Dave Oster/Avalanche General Manager; :07]
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On to the game. In the bottom of the fourth, Salem's' Todd Sears sends this pitch over the left-center field wall. The solo shot closed the Hillcats advantage to a run, 3-2.
[SUPER=37-Lynchburg/9/Salem/3; :]But Steve Matcuk's pitch gets by the Salem catcher allowing Lynchburg's Kory DeHan

n to score, in the top of the fifth and the Hillcats win 9-to-3.
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[S-Sandy]


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Salem high school has two state championships this year, and soccer and baseball are in the playoffs. But with success comes pressure. Steve Mason shows how Spartan athletic director Sandy Hadaway gets away from it all.
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((After a 16 hour day at Salem, Sandy Hadaway gets her kicks by relaxing in a therapeutic martial arts class. ((:))
Taekwondo America is about the only place Sandy catches a break these days. Dealing with 31 Salem sports entails a constant barrage of coaches demands, going to as many Spartan events as possible and making tough decisions in staff meetings, But martial arts have made this 47 year old mentally strong. ((:)) ((:)) While Football coach Willis White and basketball coach Charlie Morgan and their teams received most of the glory from state championship seasons, Hadaway stays out of the limelight. But her extra curricular activities haven't gone unnoticed.))

[S-Jarrett]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The Winston Cup stars will be back in action this Wednesday night in Charlotte for pole night festivities for the Coke 600.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC; :00]


But tomorrow night you will have a rare opportunity to meet currnet winston cup points leader Dale Jarrett.
He will be in Lynchburg tomorrow night at River Ridge Mall signing autographs. He will be there from 4:30 to 6pm in the parking lot area outside of Sears.
That's tomorrow night at River Ridge.
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