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As one truck driver faces manslaughter charges, NEWS 7 hits the road to see whether more trucks necessarily mean more serious accidents. Joe Dashiell is on Interstate patrol tonight.
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And we'll see why dairy farming is not what it used to be.

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In sports, William Byrd names a new girls head basketball coach, Mike Stevens has some new deveoplments with the Petty family and Ron Hornaday,
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[VO-NAT]


and get out the wooping stick, the division three baseball world series has arrived
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Weather on the east coast continues to be sunny and warmer. This forecast hold true through the holiday weekend.
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Checking trucks for safety. We'll show you what's done right now.
And more is likely before long.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[Accident-Update]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=THa]
[TAPE#=99-18 22:50]
[GRAPHIC=I 81 Deadly Accident]


First, the latest on yesterday's deadly accident on Interstate 81 in Montgomery County.
The truck driver charged with the two traffic deaths made his first court appearance today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Christiansburg/Yesterday; ]

[From 99-24 21:09]
31- year old Richard Wayne West of Pulaski, Tennessee was charged with involuntary manslaughter just hours after the accident.
Today, an attorney was appointed to represent West, who is still jailed until he can post 75 thousand dollars' bond.
[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./Yesterday;]


West initially told police he crossed the median and struck the elderly couple when one of his front tires blew but later said he'd been glancing toward the floorboard.
For now, West is scheduled to stand trial in September.
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[Truck-Safety]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#99-11 1:20:57]
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Every year about five thousand people die in crashes involving large trucks. And this week, the U-S Department of Transportation announced a plan to reduce the number of fatalities by 50 percent over the next ten years. On the highways of western Virginia, enforcement falls to the Virginia State Police.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Joe/Microwave]


Tonight, Joe Dashiell weighs in with their story.
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(roll cue... of 18-wheelers is of serious concern.)
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[IN Q=Thirteen thousand trucks]
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[SUPER=01-1st Sgt. Frank Duffy/Virginia State Police; :38 APPROX.]
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((Thirteen thousand trucks pass through the Hollins scales on a busy day. A quarter of a million in one month.
The Virginia Department of Transportation operates the facility. The Virginia State Police provide enforcement, so while weigh technician David Kirkner is manning the computer console upstairs, Trooper Jim Blosser is on the pavement inspecting an 18- wheeler.
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In 1998, troopers conducted more than 40- thousand truck inspections... checking the rigs from bumper to bumper.

The most common violations were broken lights, bad brakes, and bald tires.
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[IN Q=As far as the checks]

((AS FAR AS THE CHECKS , YOU KNOW, THE TROOPERS CHECK HERE AT THE SCALES A LOT, BUT THEY CHECK EVERYWHERE IN THE STATE. YOU MAY FIND THEM DOWN ON 220 IN MARTINSVILLE. YOU MAY FIND THEM ON 58 IN MARTINSVILLE. YOU MAY FIND THEM ON 460 IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY.))
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[Fleming]


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His attorneys say he was a "good man who did a bad thing".. now a Lynchburg jury must decide whether Darrell Lamont Fleming should die for his crimes.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Fleming was convicted yesterday of capital murder for the stabbing death of 16- year- old Corey Pennix last August.
Fleming killed Pennix, then stole drugs and money from his lifeless body.
The seven-man, five-woman jury has a choice: send Fleming to prison for life or to death row.
They'll begin deliberations tomorrow morning.
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[Pulaski-Drugs]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=tha]
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About 25 people are facing drug charges stemming from a lengthy undercover investigation in Pulaski County.
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The charges range from possession of marijuana to distribution of crack cocaine and L-S-D.
By noon, officers had taken about half of those charged into custody.
Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis says some of the arrests resulted from information phoned in by residents.
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((JIM DAVIS/PULASKI CO. SHERIFF: BECAUSE WE DON'T REACT IMMEDIATELY DOES NOT MEAN THAT WE HAVEN'T HEARD THEM AND TOOK THE INFORMATION SERIOUSLY. IT TAKE, SOMETIMES MONTHS TO INITIATE ONE CONTACT IN A DRUG INVESTIGATION.))
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Officers from the Dublin police department, state police and the sheriff's department conducted the investigation.

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[Wells]


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A former substitute teacher at Pulaski County high school is also facing drug charges.
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[VO-NAT]
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34- year old Andrea Lynn Wells was arrested today for allegedly providing students with marijuana and cigarettes.
Investigators say Wells would sell and give cigarettes to students while working at the school.
The two charges involving distribution of marijuana allegedly occurred off school property.
Investigators say Wells shared a joint with two students at one of their houses.
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Bedford County authorities say they've broken up a marijuana ring that's been operating inside Jefferson Forest High School for more than a year.
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Three students.. ages 17, 15 and 15.. were arrested yesterday on distribution charges.
Police are still looking for 38- year- old Wayne N. Braxton, a school janitor who they say bought marijuana from the students.
Drugs and money were seized during yesterday's raid at the school.
More arrests are possible.
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Sales are way down, and so is the stock price. Still ahead on News 7, Tultex does some explaining to shareholders.
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And prices are down for dairy farmers. Next, we'll see how the "ripple effect" can hurt people who don't live anywhere near a farm.
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Imagine getting a third less money this month, for the same amount of work.
That's reality for local dairy farmers -- and people who rarely see a farm could feel the effects.
Tina Tenret shows us how.
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When Richard Thompson opened his paycheck this month, a lot of money was missing -- about 15-thousand-dollars.
That's because in just one month, the price area dairy farmers get for milk dropped about 25-percent.
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((IT'S MORE DRASTIC THAN WE'VE EVER HAD.))
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A farmer earns LESS for milk today than 19 years ago.
Meantime -- tractors have quadrupled in price --
and just FOOD for his cows costs Thompson more than 150-thousand-dollars a year.
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((RICHARD THOMPSON/DAIRY FARMER: EVENTUALLY DOWN THE ROAD, WHEN ENOUGH FARMERS GO OUT OF BUSINESS, NOT ONLY DAIRY BUT BEEF AND GRAIN FARMERS, FOOD MAY BE A PROBLEM BUT IT WILL CERTAINLY BE MORE EXPENSIVE.))
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At Southern States you see fewer farmers buying.
In fact, sales have sunk fifteen percent over the past couple seasons due to bad farming conditions.
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((SCOTT STEVENS/SOUTHERN STATES: MOSTLY YOU'LL FIND FARMERS ARE NOT PUTTING DOWN AS MUCH FERTILIZER AS THEY HAVE IN YEARS PAST, JUST BECAUSE OF THE PAYCHECK.))
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Over in Franklin County, a farm equipment store now sells building supplies to stay afloat.
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((GLENN WEAVER/PRICE'S EQUIPMENT: I THINK YOU'LL SEE SOME OF THE FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS GO OUT OF BUSINESS. I THINK YOU'LL SEE A LOT OF CONSOLIDATION.))
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Economists say all types of stores will suffer when farmers spend less.
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((TINA TENRET NEWS7: WHEN BUSINESSES LOSE MONEY THEY OFTEN RAISE PRICES OR MAY MOVE OUT OF THE AREA. THAT MEANS LESS TAX MONEY FOR THINGS LIKE POLICE, FIRE AND SCHOOLS. IT ALL ADDS UP TO MORE THAN JUST A DROP IN THE BUCKET. TINA TENRET NEWS7.))
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Dairy farmers are scheduled to get a five percent raise in pay next month.


















[Tultex]


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The value of its stock has plunged in the last two years....
From eight dollars a share to just over 80 cents.
And today Tultex had to answer to its shareholders.
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[SUPER=03-Martinsville;]


Martinsville's biggest employer held its annual meeting behind closed doors.
Management apologized for sinking profits ... but blamed company losses on overseas competition and customers who have stopped buying sweatshirts.
The company introduced its new president, who said Tultex can turn around its fortunes with some creative marketing.


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((JAMES CHRISS/TULTEX PRESIDENT: YOU GET PEOPLE TO BUY MORE SWEATSHIRTS BY MAKING SWEATSHIRTS THAT THEY WANT TO BUY. THAT MAY SOUND SIMPLE BUT WE HAVE TO TALK TO CONSUMERS ... DO SOME RESEARCH ... AND MAKE WHAT THEY WANT.))
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The company said there won't be any other changes in management.
Tultex would not reveal how much its new president is getting paid.
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[Stocks]


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Stocks took their biggest nosedive of the year today. Worries over interest rates played a key role in the decline.
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The Dow fell 235 points, a loss of more than two per cent. NASDAQ held on much better, down just eight points.

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[TAPE#=99-14 1:02:29]
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If you're one of the hundreds of people who donated money or supplies to a Kosovo relief effort, you can rest assured your generosity IS making a difference.
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[SUPER=04-Video Courtesy: World Help]


Vernon Brewer of World Help recently traveled to Albania to oversee the delivery of a crate of goods from his Bedford County organization.
Brewer says the sight of the refugee camps shocked him.
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((VERNON BREWER/WORLD HELP: I WAS NOT PREPARED FOR THE SIGHT OF REFUGEES ON EVERY CORNER, SLEEPING IN THE STREETS, SLEEPING ON BLANKETS IN TENT CITIES. I'D SAY IF I SUMMED IT UP IN ONE WORD, IT WOULD BE `HORRIFIC'. THE DEVASTATION, THE EMOTIONAL DRAIN THESE PEOPLE HAVE GONE THROUGH, THE STORIES THEY TOLD ME WERE INCREDIBLE.))
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So far, World Help has shipped about one- point- five million dollars worth of food, clothing and medical supplies to the Kosovar refugees.
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[Citizen-Year]


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One of the Valley's outstanding citizens was honored today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem]

E. Cabell Brand was named the year's most outstanding citizen by the Salem Rotary Club. Brand's name is being added to a list of recipients dating back to 1957. Among Brand's most notable accomplishments. . . He is the founder of Total Action Against Poverty, nationally he's been recognized as "the businessman" who did the most to help the disadvantaged people in the United States and he's been included in a book about 100 people who have helped make the world a better place.
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[DMV-Web]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=99-19 20:27]
[GRAPHIC=DMV Seal]


If you don't want to wait in line any more to renew your vehicle registration, you can now do it at home, from your personal computer.
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[VO-NAT]


The D-M-V web site lets you renew on-line, if you have the necessary information... that includes the license plate number, title number, make of car, and a valid credit card number.
The whole process can take less than a minute.
D-M-V hopes to make LICENSE renewals that easy by Fall.
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Mike Stevens has some breaking news concerning the petty family and a craftsman truck driver, the division three baseball world series begins tomorrow,

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and the Berglund festival soccer tourney also gets it's kicks this weekend as 155 teams gear up for a 400 game marathon/
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Second round Winston Cup qualifying is underway right now at Charlotte.
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But this afternoon, the Petty's were the show as their 50th anniversary party continued. Mike Stevens has more from Lowe's Motor Speedway.
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William Byrd stayed in house in naming its new head girls basketball coach.
Debbie Williams-Arthur, an assistant to Richard Thrasher for 10 years, will take over the head coaching duties.
Williams-Arthur will lead a Byrd team that's won a state championship in the 90's along with several regional titles.
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[S-VMI]


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VMI basketball coach Bart Bellairs graduated his two top shooters in Jason Bell and Matt Matheny. But his class of recruits coming in make is 2000 club the tallest in VMI history. His schedule also has big names. Notre Dame and West Virginia. The team will also tip off the season in the sun.
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[OUT Q=....three years from now"]
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[S-Baseball]


[ANCHOR=steve]
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The NCAA Division III baseball championship is taking over Salem memorial Stadium for the next five days as eight teams compete for the title.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/This Morning; :00]


Teams opened practice at 8 this morning. Three past national champions are in the tourney. This is the fifth year the event has been held in Salem, fourth at Salem Memorial.
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[OUT Q=....this year""]
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[SUPER=03-St. Petersburg, FL;]

One major league note. The Tampa Bay Devil Rays lost a game and a pitcher last night. Lefthander Tony Saunders broke his wrist on this pitch to Texas Ranger Juan Gonzalez. Take one more look at this. The injury will cause Saunders to be out for the rest of the season.
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The 13th annual memorial day soccer tournament is this weekend. 155 youth soccer teams will compete.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Year; :00]


ages range from six through 18, girls and boys.. Seven states will be represented.
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Efforts to open several new night clubs in Roanoke County are being met with opposition from area citizens .
[Double Boxes=Keith & Jean/Newsroom]


Jean Jadhon is here to fill us in on the details.
[Live=Jean full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Jean1;]


Keith, business owners are trying to get an ordinance to rezone an area near the Hollins community to accomodate three night clubs.
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[VO-NAT]


They're apparently trying to squeeze Spurs, Cattle Annie's and a rap club into the former Moore's Building at 7300 Williamson Road.
But, some residents fear the clubs will lead to increased accidents, assualts and disorderly conduct.
They plan to voice their opinions at a meeting of the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors tonight.
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[Live=Jean full/Newsroom]


We'll have highlights from that meeting coming up on News 7 at 11.
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Keith??..

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