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Next on News 7 at Six... Veterans mark this Memorial Day with a rally for better health care.
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And it will be a special holiday for the Bedford War Memorial.
We'll tell you why.

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In sports, The Pacers and Knicks opened the Eastern conference final San Antonio Wins in the West.
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And the Roanoke Wrath beats Carolina at Victory Stadium last night.
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Your Memorial Day forecast kicks off the unofficial summer season in warm fashion. Look for highs around 90. [open]
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As America remembers its fallen heroes this Memorial Day weekend, veterans from across the country rallied today for more government funds for their health care needs.
Joy Sutton attended a rally in Salem and has this report.
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Dozens of veterans turned out to urge Congress to stop the drastic cuts to veteran health care services and increase funding.
They say the government has forgotten its' veterans...and broken its' promise to provide quality health care to those who have served this country.
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Michelle Cone a nurse at VA medical center...told the crowd they've had to cut beds because of financial reasons.
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((MICHELLE CONE/NURSE: THE CUTS TO THE BUDGET ARE TREMENDOUS AND THEY KEEP CONTINUING...AND IF THEY CONTINUE..THIS VA WILL BE AFFECTED MUCH LIKE MANY THAT STILL STRUGGLE TO BE OPEN)) [RUNS10]
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Thomas Pate is a patient at the VA Medical center...he and his brother Lester Pate came out to watch the rally.
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The American Federation of Government employees and Disabled American Veterans say the VA's current medical budget must be increased by 3 billion dollars to meet the health care needs of veterans.
Those who rallied are now urging Congress to take a stand.
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As our nation honors those who died in combat...the veterans are hoping that those who survived will not be forgotten.
And they're hoping that the White house and Congress will keep their promise to veterans...and save what they say is an ailing veterans health care system.
Joy Sutton, News-7, Salem.))

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Tomorrow the National D-Day Memorial Foundation will unveil one of the larger-than-life scupltures that will be part of the D-Day memorial in Bedford.
The scuplture is called "Across the Beaches" and shows a soldier dragging a fellow soldier up the shore.
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The Sculptor who created "Across the Beaches" says it took about a year to complete...because of all the research involved in making sure the sculpture was accurate and detailed.
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The sculpture will be unveiled at 10 am tomorrow at the site of the future Memorial off of route 122 in Bedford.

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Rescue squad volunteers who lost their lives while on the job were remembered yesterday in Roanoke.
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The National EMS Memorial Service took place at Greene Memorial Church.
Family members and friends gathered to remember 27 volunteers who recently died while assisting the sick or injured.

Families of the deceased were given medallions, roses and American flags.
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Hackers are at it again, and a new website may help you find your roots online.
More in tonight's webwatch.
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More cyber attacks on Government websites last week. The senate website shut down after hackers posted obscene messages.
The attack was allegedly in retaliation for ongoing FBI investigations of hacker activity... the FBI site was also hacked last week.

It's the premiere online site for finding your roots. The Mormon Church has posted its geaneological records online, listing 400 million names, some dating back to the year 1500.

If you're moving, here's one less thing to worry about. Get your change of address form at the U.S.Postal Service website.
Enter your new address and print out a customized form you can leave in your mailbox.

But don't log-off yet, as long as you're online, you might at well register your car.
The Virginia DMV website says it's the first in the country to offer online registration renewals.
You just need your rewnewal card, and a credit card.
For links to these sites, click on WebWatch, on the WDBJ website, at wdbj7-dot-com.))

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Still to come -- A viewer has some advice for a woman suing over her latex allergies..
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And, what can these animals teach these young students?
A lot, according to their teacher.
We'll hear from him in a few minutes, first let's check in with Robin Reed in the weather center.
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An after school program that pairs students with young animals is shutting down after more than 25 years in operation.
It was the brainchild of a Blacksburg teacher who believes in going the extra mile for his students.
Teresa Hamilton introduces us to Jon Utin in this week's Virginia Profiles.
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((During the school year, Jon Utin teaches science to sixth graders at Blacksburg Middle School.
But his work- day hasn't always ended when the bell rings.
For the past 30- years, Utin has headed-up a successful after-school program at Virginia Tech that teaches students what you won't find in a textbook.
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((JON UTIN/TEACHER: THE FIRST DAY IS REALLY FUNNY, THE CHILDREN GO TO THE CALVES THE FIRST TIME AND THE CALF JUMPS OR THE CHILDREN JUMPS AND THE CALVES GO UP ONE WALL AND THE CHILDREN GO UP ANOTHER.)) [RUNS10]
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Once the students and the calf their assigned to get aquatinted, though, the learning and fun begin.
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ndle them.
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((JOHN BAILEY/6TH GRADER: SHE LIKES TO EAT A LOT OF GRASS AND MR. UTIN SAID WE SHOULDN'T DO THAT SO ONE TIME WE WEREN'T LETTING HER EAT GRASS AND SHE STARTED CHARGING AT ME, SO SHE'S PRETTY STUBBORN.)) [runs22]
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This year, 55- students signed up for the program which is offered just once a year.
And while it's exciting it's also hard work.
The program runs for two weeks-- and the students are required to spend at least one hour a day with their calf.
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Last weekend, the program drew to a close with a final dairy show.
But fifth graders looking forward to the program next year won't be able to take part.
After 30- years, "The Jon Utin Dairy Show" has ended.
Next year, the university will be tearing down the dairy bars to make room for new construction-- so Utin felt the time was right.
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((MARY ARNOTT/6TH GRADER: MY BROTHER, WHO'S IN THE FOURTH GRADE, WAS REALLY WANTING TO DO THIS AND HE FOUND OUT THIS WOULD BE THE LAST YEAR AND HE WAS LIKE, OH, NO, THIS IS JUST HORRIBLE.)) [RUNS10]
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For Utin the decision is bittersweet but he does have more than enough memories to carry with him-- considering more than a thousand children have experienced the life of a dairy farmer, first hand. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Blacksburg. ))

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The story of a Vinton woman suing over an allergy prompted a letter from one of our viewers this week.
Here's News-7's Feedback, with assignment editor Joe McKean.
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((Lisa Williams had to give up her career as a nurse, because she's allergic to the Latex gloves commonly used in the health care industry.
She blames the manufacturers and has filed a lawsuit in Roanoke's federal court, asking for back pay and damages.
"While I feel for the young woman with the allergy to the latex gloves," wrote a viewer from Roanoke, "I sit here and wonder just how far we are going to go in this lawsuit mess. Does anybody just stop and think that while this is too bad for the young woman but why in the heck should the industry that makes the gloves be held to task? I feel the same way about smoking. I did it and I quit. You have free will and if you want to keep on smoking you are to blame not the cigarette industry. Nobody wants to sit down and say "well, this is the way it is and I have to learn to live with it". My advice, get a life and stop trying to soak somebody to make up your 40% paycut."
We're always interested in what you think about current affairs and our news coverage.
If you'd like to write to us, the address is P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
To send a fax, use 540-343-7269.
Our e-mail goes to news@wdbj7.com.
And on our web site, wdbj7.com, you may take part in a moderated on-line forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))

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Coming up-- Kenny Brack attacks the Indy 500 and captures the checkered flag.
Roy Stanley will have highlights.
And, Robin Reed will have your extended weather forecast when the news continues.

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Thirty years ago state officials were in Roanoke to celebrate the opening of 5-81.
They were anticipating that the new highway would spark more industrial and residential development in the area.
Keith Humprhy takes a look back in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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(( It was May 28th, 1965. Interstate 581 had grown by nearly another mile and a half .
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The dedication ceremony was held beneath the Peters Creek Bridge. In addition to the new 5-81 spur, there was an I-81 Roanoke-Salem bypass. The lieutenant governor was among the speakers at the dedication ceremony.
He said "There is no doubt that safe modern roads go far toward encouraging industrial development and making Virginia attractive to tourists." Federal Highway Officials agreed. They said the highways sparked growth of new homes and businesses.
But what does it take to lay down a road like this? In Roanoke and Botetourt County, it involved more than laying asphalt.
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((AT THE DEDICATION THE PRINCIPLE SPEAKER WAS LT. GOVERNOR MILLS GODWIN WHO SAID SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT INTERSTATE 81. IT'S VIRGINIA'S LONGEST INTERSTATE HIGHWAY 325 MILES IN ALL. AND HE POINTED OUT THAT THE SECTION IN ROANOKE AND BOTETOURT COUNTY REQUIRED THE EQUIVALENT OF MOVING A MOUNTAIN OF EARTH AND ROCK. A MOUNTAIN THAT WOULD BE 3 MILES LONG AND 1 MILE HIGH)) [RUNS20]
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Two months later 5-81 was extended to Orange Ave.
Now motorists had easy access to route 460 from the interstate.
A little more than 2 years after the Hershberger ceremony, Interstate 5-81 official opened.
The new highway was dedicated with a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 12, 1967.
That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))
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These days most people who travel 5-81 are wondering when the new bridge leading out of Valley View Mall will be completed.
Officials with VDOT say it should be open later this summer.

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And coming up, Scores and Highlights from Major League baseball the Spurs open the N-B-A conference finals with a win.
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And Kenny Brack makes a ride to victory lane at the Brickyard winning the Indy 500.
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The Roanoke Wrath was back at home last night and picked up a victory over Carolina beating the Dynamo 3 to 2 in overtime.
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A huge crowd was on hand for the game between the Wrath and Dynamo.
Early on it looked like it may be the Danny Britton show here he makes one of several great saves to keep the game scoreless in the first half.
Then just before the half Roanoke would score first as Toye Oshoniyn takes the free kick and hits the back of the net to make it 1 to nothing Wrath.
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Trailing 2 to 1 in the second half, Carolina gets the ball in front of the net and Ahmed Hamid heads the ball in to tie the score and 2 and Roanoke goes on to win it 3 to 2 in overtime.
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The defending World Series champion New York Yankees won their fifth straight game today beating Toronto 8 to 3.
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The Yankees went up against their former teammate David Wells.
Derek Jeter started the scoring in the top of the second. He singles to left field scoring Chad Curtis and Joe Giradi and the Yankees took the 2 to nothing lead.
But the Blue Jays would get on the board in the top of the third. Dave Hollins takes this pitch deep over the right field wall for a solo homer to make the score 4 to 1 New York.
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New York would add to its lead in the top of the sixth when Scott Brosius hits this solo homer over the left field wall and the Yankees get the 8 to 3 win.
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The Boston Red Sox put the broom on Cleveland beating the Indians today 4 to 2 to sweep the three game series.
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Boston Manager Jimmy Williams waiting for the start of the game.
In the top of the third Nomar Garciaparra smokes this pitch sending it over the left centerfield wall for a three run homer and a 3 to nothing Red Sox lead.
Red Sox pitcher Brian Rose had a perfect game through give here he strikes out Jim Thome.
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Rose saw his perfect game come to an end in the bottom of the sixth when Einar Diaz hits this double off the left field wall but the Red Sox hold on for the 4 tto 2 win over the Indians.
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Plenty of action in Major League Baseball this afternoon lets check out some of the days scores.
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Kenny Brack, driving for A.J. Foyt, took advantage of a gamble by Robby Gordon's team to win the Indianapolis 500.

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Steve Fried, the crew chief for Robbie McGhee's team was injured when he was struck by a car in the Pits. Team manager Linda Conti said Freid was awake and alert in an Indiana Hospital.
Then the sentimental favorite Arie Luyenduyk dominated early but he crashed just past the halfway mark.
Tony Stewart, who left right after the race for Charlotte, makes a pit stop he would finish ninth in the race.
But Brack would take the lead on the white flag lap when Gordon's car runs out of gas and Brack is the 1999 Indy 500 winner.
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The Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks opened the Eastern conference final this afternoon in Indianapolis.
And New York was leading the game 25 to 21 In the second quarter.
The Pacers are 7 and 0 in the playoffs and beat the Knicks 2 out of 3 in the regular season.



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Last night in San Antonio, The Spurs got the jump on Portland beating the Trailblazers 80 to 76 in game one.
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The Twin Towers, David Robinson and Tim Duncan led the Spurs each scoring 21 points. Duncan also had 13 rebounds.


Portland's Rasheed Wallace led all scores with 28 but he missed a jumper that could have sent the game into over and the Spurs get the 80 to 76 win.
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The Spurs take the one game lead game two is tomorrow also at the Alamodome.
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