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Next on News 7
Two people are killed in a bus- car accident in Halifax County-
A horse barn goes up in flames in Shawsville tonight.
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Plus the father who admits to kidnapping his children 20 years ago- pleads guilty in court.
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Fire lit up the night sky in Shawsville- A horse barn just off Route 460 is ablaze.
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The barn at the Waldrom Family Farm went up in flames at about nine tonight-
When a barn catches fire- it's usually out of control quickly- fueled by hay and wood.
That appeared to be the case tonight.
Joy Sutton is at the scene in Shawsville- Joy were any horses in the barn tonight?
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A bus and car collided in Halifax County this afternoon- killing two people.
It happened about about 4:30 on Route 58 about five miles west of Route 360 between South Boston and Turbaville.
Witnesses passing by say the car was lodged underneath the bus-
State Police tell News 7 two people were killed in the crash, but names will not be released until family is notified.
Traffic on 58 was backed up- and rerouted for several hours after the accident.


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A father pleaded guilty to kidnapping his young daughters 20 years ago will do community service and donate to charity.
His daughters now say Stephen Fagan was right to take them from their mother.
Maggie Cooper has more.
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(( THE FIRST FAGAN FAMILY REUNION IN TEN YEARS, WAS TENSE.
Judge: You did forcibly sieze or confine rachael.
NARR: AS THE CULMINATION OF THIS FAMILY SAGA PLAYED OUT IN COURT.
Judge: Face your accusers.
NARR: IN 1979 FOLLOWING A BITTER DIVORCE, STEVEN FAGAN ABDUCTED HIS TWO YOUNG DAUGHTERS FROM THE CUSTODY OF THEIR MOTHER, BARBARA KURTH AND DISAPPEARED. HE MOVED TO FLORIDA, CHANGED THEIR NAMES, AND TOLD THE GIRLS THEIR MOTHER WAS DEAD.
Judge: How do you plead?/Guilty
Rachel: We are convinced his actions were from the heart, and his desire to see us grow up healthy and strong.
NARR: STEVEN FAGAN CAME OUT LOOKING LIKE A WINNER.

SOT: Fagan-i left Massachusets 20 years ago, with two infants, two

suitcases, and diapers, and i was terrified.
NARR: BUT IF HE IS THE WINNER, BARBARA KURTH IS THE LOSER. THOUGH SHE SAW HER DAUGHTERS IN PERSON FOR THE FIRST TIME IN DECADES, THEY NEVER MENTIONED HER NAME, OR EVEN LOOKED AT HER. KURTH'S BROTHER VENTED HER ANGER.

SOT: Brother-We would prefer to see him in jail, where he belongs, but

the will to prosecute evaporated somewhere along the line.
ON CAM CLOSE: BARBARA KURTH WAS AWARDED CUSTODY OF HER TWO LITTLE GIRLS IN 1978, BUT THEY ARE GROWN WOMEN NOW, AND THOUGH THE DECADES OLD CUSTODY BATTLE IS FINALLY OVER, THE JUDGES RULING CAN'T MANDATE THAT THE LOVE STOLEN FROM THEIR MOTHER, MUST NOW BE RETURNED.
MAGGIE COOPER, CBS NEWS CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS)) [Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey [WX1] [11:00pm] [05/28/1999] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [EFFECT TO] [WXPRO/FULL]WAKE UP FORECAST

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Despite a lone holdout, a Lynchburg jury handed down a life sentence to convicted killer Darrell Lamont Fleming today.
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Fleming was found guilty of stabbing 16- year- old Corey Pennix to death last August, then stealing drugs and money from his body.
The jury at first told Judge Richard Miller this morning they were deadlocked at 11 to 1.. but after another thirty minutes of deliberations, came back with a life sentence.
One juror told News7 the holdout had wanted to give Fleming the death penalty.
Fleming will be sentenced in July.
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Southside women are getting the opportunity to be part of a nationwide study of breast cancer.
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Danville's oncology center will begin interviewing post-menopausal women next week who are at high risk of developing breast cancer.
The women who participate in the trial will get free preventative breast cancer treatment for five-years.
Half the women in the study will take the breast cancer drug Tamoxifen (TAM-OX-A-FEN).
The other half will take Raloxifene (RAL-OX-A-FEEN), which is normally used to treat osteoporosis. Doctors say Raloxifene shows strong promise in preventing breast cancer.
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The study will involve 22-thousand women nationwide.
It's the first study to compare two promising breast cancer drugs.[Tease1]
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Coming up next on the newscast, North Korea is rewarded for staying out of the nuclear weapons race,
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and we'll see how a new Virginia museum is using modern day technology to honor the soldiers of the Civil War.
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((Hello sports fans this is what's happening tonight, The Virginia Tech baseball teams loses its opener in the Division one baseball championship Sammy Sosa hitts his 16-th homer of the season today in Chicago Woodbridge wins the Northwest Region girls soccer championship and a Fincastle racer is ready for this weekends Saturn Cup.
All that and more coming up in a moment.))
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A U-S team says its found no evidence that North Korea has been building Nuclear weapons.
The 14 member team was sent to check compliance with a 5-year old treaty.
Inspectors examined a tunnel suspected of harboring nuclear activity.
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((JAMES RUBIN/STATE DEPT. SPOKESMAN: BASED ON WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR THERE IS NO BASES TO CONCLUDE NORTH KOREA IS IN VIOLATION OF THE AGREED FRAMEWORK OBVIOUSLY WE NEED TO AWAIT FURTHER RESULTS.))
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Rubin says the facility was not equipped to handle nuclear activity.
North Korea gets fuel oil and nuclear reactors in return for abandoning its atomic weapons program.



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The second of two women named in a 35-count federal indictment for fraud has pleaded "not" guilty to the charges.

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66-year old Dorothy A. Saunders.. who is in the wheelchair here.. and 57-year old Thelma Mae Barger.. who is pushing her.. are accused of bilking two elderly sisters out of their life savings.
The proceeds allegedly helped build a mansion that's 12-thousand square feet- for Saunders in Bedford County.
That home and its contents will be forfeited if she's found guilty.
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((TOM BONDURANT/ASST. U.S. ATTORNEY: WE'RE ATTEMPTING IN ORDER TO GET THE MONEY BACK FOR THE DEFRAUDED VICTIM, WE'VE SEIZED THE HOUSE AND ALL THE PERSONAL PROPERTY INSIDE THE HOUSE.))
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Saunders also caused a stir today when federal marshals found a straight razor inside a pillow case she was carrying into court.
She could face an additional charge of bringing a weapon into a federal building.
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The Civil War pitted citizen against citizen.. and killed more Americans than all other U-S wars combined.
The soldiers' torments are often overshadowed by tales of heroic generals and battlefield strategies.
But now a massive new Virginia museum is telling the soldiers' story.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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Pomp and circumstance surrounded the opening of the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier.
It is, after all, being called the nation's most historically important private gift since John Rockefeller created Colonial Williamsburg.
But it is about something more grim: the struggle of the three million common men who gave their lives, limbs, and sanity for their causes.
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((A. WILSON GREENE/PAMPLIN PARK DIRECTOR: INSIDE THIS BUILDING, WE HOPE THAT YOU WILL LEARN SOMETHING ABOUT WHO THESE MEN WERE, HOW THEY LIVED, THE SACRIFICES THEY MADE, AND WHY THEY CHOSE TO LEAVE HOME AND FIGHT FOR CAUSES THAT THEY TREASURED MORE THAN LIFE ITSELF.))
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389-thousand died from disease alone.
In fact, only 204-thousand were actually killed in battle.
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But visitors at this museum get a taste of that too.
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((IT IS TO MUSEUMS WHAT SAVING PRIVATE RYAN WAS TO MOVIES: WARFARE IN BIG HEAPING DOSES OF REALITY. IN THIS GALLERY, THE FLOOR EVEN SHAKES WITH THE POUNDING OF EXPLOSIONS.))
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((ROBERT PAMPLIN, JR./PAMPLIN PARK FOUNDER: THIS IS A VIRTUAL REALITY THEATER SOMEWHAT LIKE DISNEYLAND.))
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Georgia Pacific heir Robert Pamplin Junior built this museum.
It's part of the larger 24-million dollar Pamplin Park complex-- at the site where Union forces broke through Lee's lines to take Petersburg and Richmond... and force surrender a week later.
CD players triggered by remote sensors interpret the musem -- and tell the story of individual soldiers at key points in the War.
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((ROBERT PAMPLIN, JR./PAMPLIN PARK FOUNDER: IN MY BOOK, EVERY SINGLE ONE OF 'EM WAS A HERO.))
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Pamplin Park is just south of Petersburg.
Ellen Qualls, News 7. [Tease2]
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The space shuttle "Discovery" is reaching outer limits tonight as it approachs on the International Space Station for the first time ever.
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And a New York artist shows his sharp inspiration for his latest cheesy exhibit.
He has covered a hotel room in cheese.
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History in the making in space tonight-
The space shuttle Discovery is closing in on the International Space station-
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In less than one hour it will become the first shuttle to dock with the new orbiting outpost.
The shuttle will drop off tons of equipment for the space station- which is 230 miles above earth.
The space station now consists of two rooms- Eventually it will have about a dozen rooms and stretch longer than a football field.
Discovery will be linked to the 70-thousand pound space station for nearly six days.
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Most artists would be offended if you said their art work was cheesy.
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But not Cosimo Cavallaro. He has taken a hotel room in New York City and covered it in melted cheese. Cheese hangs from the ceilings, oozes over the beds, and covers the bedside chairs.
Even the room's television, phone and mirrors were draped in cheese.
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In all Cavallaro used one thousand pounds of cheese.
The artist says he has been fascinated by (fra-mahgg) frommage since he was a child and his mother owned a cheese shop.
Cavallaro had the hotel's permission to set up his masterpiece.
He had to pay the daily rent of $100, but the hotel has to clean it up.
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Virginia Tech Loses in the opening round of the Division One Baseball championship in Winston-Salem and the Cubs win the showdown between Sosa and McGwire.
But first our Extra Point.
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Scotty Bowman will be behind the bench for the Detroit Red Wings next season.
The 65 year old Bowman led the Red Wings to two straight Stanley Cups before the team was ousted in the conference semi finals by Colorado last week.
Bowman also won Stanley Cups with Montreal and Pittsburgh and he ranks first in regular season and playoff wins.

Now, here are tonight's scores.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies have dropped into the losers bracket of the N-C-Double-A college baseball regionals in Winston-Salem.
Tech loses to Richmond 5 to 3.
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The Hokies got off to a good start Addison Bowman hits this shot off the bottom of the centerfield wall for a double in the first inning of the game.
Then with the bases Larry Bowles hits the shot to second he's thrown out at first but Eric Shifflett scores from third and the Hokies took a one to nothing lead.
The Spiders come back in their half of the first. With the bases loaded Catcher Josh Lambert singles to right field scoring two runs and the Spiders went on top 2 to 1.
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Tech Pitcher Pat Pinkman had some trouble in the third with the bases loaded he walks in a run and the Spiders win it 5 tot 3.
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Sammy Sosa won the home run battle with Mark McGwire but Chicago's Henry Rodriguez out did them both smoking two homers, and driving in 4 as the Cubs beat the Cardinals 6 to 3.
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Mark McGwire was silenced by Cubs starter Kevin Tapani.
In the second, Rodriguez gets his start in the inning when he hits this two run homer to right field and the Cubbies took a 2 to 1 lead.
Rodriguez drove in a run in the second then in the sixth Sammy Sosa gets all of this pitch and it ends up over the left field wall for a solo homer and Chicago jumped out to the 4 to 2 lead.
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Then Rodriguez went deep again. This time he hits a solo homer over the left field wall and the Cubs beat the Cardinals 6 to 3.
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The Lady Patriots of Patrick Henry and Woodbridge went head to head yesterday afternoon in the Northwest Region girls soccer championship.
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The two teams would kick it off over at Cave Spring Junior High School.
Woodbridge would take the lead in the first half and the Vikings would hold on to beat the Lady Knights by a score of 3 to 1.
With the Victory, The Vikings advance to the State semi finals
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Over at Lord Botetourt tonight, Blacksburg and Jefferson squared off in the region three soccer championship.
Blacksburg won the game 1 to nothing to advance to the state.
In Region C soccer, Radford beats Glenvar 2 to 1. The Bobcats scored the winning goal early in the second half.
In Baseball, G.W. Danville beat Potomoc 8 to 6 to claim the Northwest Region championship and advance to the state semi finals.

Mike Stevens reports on some things to look for at Charlotte this. More when we return.

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The 13th annual Memorial day youth soccer tournament kicks off tomorrow morning at four different sites. 155 teams will play in 400 games in two days. Fans will witness some of the best players in the state and in the country. Cave Spring's John Hartman is receiving national attention already.
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And coming up, The Winston Cup and Busch drivers are ready for the big weekend in Charlotte Mike Stevens will have a report.
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And a Fincastle racer is all fired up about this weekend's Saturn Cup.
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The Busch Grand National drivers hit the track later today at Charlotte for the Carquest Auto Parts 300, and then on Sunday the Cup drivers step up for the 40th annual Coca-Cola 600.
Mike Stevens has a look at some new things you need to keep an eye on this weekend.
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While the Saturn Cup pro race might be the big draw in this weekend's Festival Cup cycling events, fans should keep an eye on Fincastle 13 year old phenom Brandon Tate.
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Tate is the reining national time trial champion in his age group and will race in this weekend's Lance Armstrong Junior Olympic Road Race.
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Tate trains on the back roads of Fincastle. The chance to compete a half hour from his home instead of going out of state is an extra bonus. But someday, Brandon hopes to win overseas in cycling's Daytona 500.
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That's it for Sports, Have a great weekend everybody.




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As we told you earlier, a fire at a horse barn lit up the sky in Shawsville tonight.
Several fire companies had to called in to battle the blaze.
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Joy Sutton was at the scene and she joins us now.
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Roanoke's annual Festival in the Park kicked off tonight at Victory Stadium.
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Singer Billy Ray Cyrus brought his brand of country music out as well as thousands of fans.
Cyrus who is best known for his song Achey Breaky Heart, has had several other songs on the charts including his latest"A Busy Man" and "It Could've Been Me."
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The Festival continues through next weekend.

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