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[TALENT=Jean]

It's the eve of the biggest rail merger in history.

Coming up, a look at what the Norfolk-Southern and C-S-X marriage means for local economies.
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And it's a Memorial Day to remember in Bedford - a special statue brings out dozens of D-Day veterans.
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And in sports, highlights from the majors, UVA wins the National title in lacrosse
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and the wheels have been turning all afternoon in Roanoke as the Saturn Festival Cup brings pro-cyclists to Southwest Virginia.
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The holiday weekend wraps up on a cloudy note but still no rain. And chances are not that great tomorrow. Details ahead.
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[Bedford-Memorial]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Perhaps no other day in modern memory sums up what Memorial Day is all about better than June 6th, 1944.. the day Allied forces stormed the French beaches at Normandy.
[Double boxes=Jean/Steve/Newsroom]


Progress is being made at the national D-Day Memorial in Bedford County.. Steve Smallshaw was on hand for ceremonies there today.
[LIVE=Steve/Full/Newsroom]
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Jean, America has literally thousands of statues honoring thousands of war heroes.. but a new one dedicated in Bedford today is clearly something special.
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((REV. CARL HUTCHERSON: THAT THE ONLY FIGHTING MEMORIAL TO THOSE THAT HAVE FALLEN IN BATTLE IS ONE THAT RISES UP ON THE FOUNDATION OF OUR OWN ABIDING COMMITMENT TO LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL.))
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[OUT Q=justice for all.]


The work is titled "Across the Beach" and it shows a D-Day soldier carrying a wounded comrade to safety..
Anna Mae Stewart had two brothers in Normandy that day.. one never returned home.
The statue.. its figures, their expressions immortalized in bronze.. stirred powerful emotions in Stewart and many others.
[SOT 11:07:57]

((BERNARD MARIE/NORMANDY, FRANCE NATIVE: BY THEIR COURAGE, BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE FREE WORLD, THEY GIVE ME A LIFE, FREE THE LAND OF MY BIRTH, GAVE ME A FATHER AND ALL OF US.. THEY GIVE US FREEDOM.))
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[OUT Q=give us freedom.]
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Each Memorial Day, there are fewer D-Day veterans to honor.. age and time have taken their toll on these men, accomplishing what the German guns on the beach that day could not.
Thus there's some sense of urgency to complete this memorial, before the men it honors are gone altogether.
[SOT 10:36:03]

((DEL. DICK CRANWELL/D- ROANOKE: SO THAT ALL OF THOSE PEOPLE THAT FOUGHT THAT BATTLE CAN COME HERE AND RELISH IN THE FACT THAT AMERICA AND VIRGINIA CARES, AND WE THANK YOU.))
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[OUT Q=we thank you.]))
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Delegate Cranwell apologized to veterans today for the final state budget that eliminated a 200- thousand dollar appropriation for the D-Day Memorial.
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Cranwell predicted that next year's General Assembly would restore the full four million dollars in state funding for the project. Jean?

[Memorial-Day]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Roanokers joined the rest of the country today -
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remembering America's fallen soldiers.
About one hundred fifty people converged on Lee Plaza in the Star City to pay tribute to the men and women who died fighting for our country.
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The ceremony stressed that all veterans should be remembered, not just those whose lives were lost.
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Norfolk Southern trains are not running today in the Northeastern United States.
N-S officially takes over nearly sixty percent of Conrail's routes in the Northeast tomorrow.
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Norfolk Southern's plan to carve up Conrail -- splitting tracks with CSX -- brings two trains to a region that's been monopolized by one.
It's the biggest rail merger ever ... and as Scott Goldberg reports it could mean big things for Roanoke.
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Norfolk Southern has been chugging toward Tuesday for two years.
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((QUICK!!!!! NATSOUND: TRAIN WHISTLE))
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The railroad calls it "Day One..."
The day it takes over nearly 60 percent of Conrail.
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((SUSAN BLAND: NORFOLK SOUTHERN IS LOOKING FORWARD TO DAY ONE. WE ARE THERE. WE'RE READY. WE'RE AT THE GATE.))
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But getting there wasn't easy.
Splitting Conrail's routes between N-S and CSX is the most complex restructuring in railroad history.
Day One was pushed back twice, giving all three railroads extra time to plan.
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[IN Q=if everything]

((SCOTT GOLDBERG: IF EVERYTHING GOES ACCORDING TO PLANS, NORFOLK SOUTHERN EXPECTS THE CONRAIL DEAL TO DO FOR TRAINS WHAT THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM DID FOR CARS AND TRUCKS ... ADDING DIRECT ROUTES BETWEEN MAJOR CITIES AND SUBTRACTING HOURS FROM THE TIME IT TAKES TO SHIP FREIGHT ON THE GROUND.))
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((SUSAN BLAND: WE'RE GOING TO REALLY STREAMLINE AND REALLY HOPEFULLY PROVIDE A COMPETITIVE PACKAGE TO THE POTENTIAL SHIPPER.))
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Norfolk Southern hopes to be so competitive, it will lure business away from trucks.
After three years, the railroad predicts a million fewer trucks will drive U-S highways...
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((QUICK!!!!! NATSOUND: TRUCKS SCREAM BY ON HIGHWAY))
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Including Virginia's Interstate 81.
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((NATSOUND -- TRAINS PASSING BY "INCREASED RAIL TRAFFIC" SIGN))
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At the same time, traffic on the Shenandoah train route that runs through Roanoke could triple. [from ns merger 1 tape]
The United Transportation Union hopes that means more jobs for Roanoke conductors...
But worries it will just mean more work for members already on the job six days a week.
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((PATE KING: INCREASED TRAFFIC MEANS INCREASED MANPOWER. IF YOU DON'T HAVE IT, YOU JUST PUT PRESSURE ON PEOPLE TO WORK SEVEN DAYS A WEEK INSTEAD OF SIX DAYS A WEEK.))
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For its part, Norfolk Southern has promised Roanoke a net GAIN of jobs. [set-up shot from ns merger 1]
That's a promise Tom McCoy said he heard in 1982... when Norfolk and Western merged with Southern Railway.
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((TOM MCCOY: WE LOST HALF OUR MEMBERSHIP AND THEY BASICALLY WERE TELLING US AT THAT TIME THAT THERE'D BE NO JOB CUTS. BUT OVER A PERIOD OF 16 OR 17 YEARS, THEY CUT US IN HALF.))
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Norfolk Southern insists this merger will bring a renewed level of dedication to Roanoke..
But it could take years to find out just how many new jobs it brings.
For now, the railroad that calls itself the Thoroughbred of Transportation is focusing on getting out of the gate .. making sure the biggest merger in railroad history is also a smooth one.
Scott Goldberg, News-7.
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Still to come on News 7 at 6, some tips to help you travel by air on a budget.
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Plus it's lights, camera, action in the Roanoke valley.
We'll have the story behind "The Bitter Truth" - a movie being filmed in our area.
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The horses are off at Colonial downs today- it is the first day of harness racing season.
Virginia's only pari-mutuel horse-racing track
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[from 99-13 1:05:38] tried to keep harness racing out-saying it could take away prize money for the thoroughbred season this fall.
But Track officials insisted the track hold harness racing after Colonial Downs lost more than five million dollars last year.
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Harness racing- where the jockey sits behind the horse in a two wheeled sulkie- will run for 30 days at the track between today and August.

[Roanoke-Movie]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jda]
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Western Virginia did not land the latest Sandra Bullock movie as the state film office had hoped, but the Roanoke Valley did host an independent production this spring.
And as Joe Dashiell reports, filming of "The Bitter Truth," was completed over the weekend.
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[SUPER=01-Wayne Jones/Director; :10]
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((Men in fatigues rappell down a rocky hillside, but members of this paramilitary group aren't storming Salem.


They're making a movie.
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[IN Q=Barrett watches him go]

((WAYNE JONES/DIRECTOR: BARRETT WATCHES HIM GO, AND THEN PICKS UP A ROPE AND STARTS TO GO HIMSELF. WE CUT. SO YOU CAN DO THIS AND FILM HIM COMING DOWN.))
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Director Wayne Jones has been trying to film "The Bitter Truth" for a couple of years, but the logistics and expense of filming in California made it impossible.
Former Roanoke Valley resident Mike McGee persuaded Jones to shoot the independent feature here in western Virginia.
[SOT 17:55:27]
[IN Q=We come to Roanoke]

((MIKE MCGEE/LINE PRODUCER: WE COME TO THE ROANOKE VALLEY, WE HAVE SO MANY MORE OPPORTUNITIES THAN WE WOULD HAVE HAD IN LOS ANGELES.))
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And opportunities for local residents who'd like to make a living in the motion picture industry.
When filming began at the Top Rail in Salem, all of the extras, most of the crew, and even a few of the featured performers were from western Virginia.
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((ROB JONES/CAMERA ASSISTANT: THIS GIVES ME THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE ON THE FRONT LINES. AND ACTUALLY GET MY HANDS ON THE EQUIPMENT AND JUST SEE WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT.))
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The Bitter Truth is the story of a man searching for his son, a journalist who disappears while researching a story.
For veteran L.A. actor Robert Kurcz, it was the script that persuaded him to sign on.
[SOT 18:06:31]
[IN Q=It's a great script]

((BOB KURCZ: IT'S A GREAT SCRIPT. AND SO WHAT'S THE PROBLEM. YOU HAVE TO DO IT. AND THAT'S MY ATTITUDE. AND I THINK IT'S THE ATTITUDE OF EVERYONE HERE.))
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Members of the crew wrapped up the two- week shoot on Saturday. And they hope to have the film edited and on the screen at it first festival by the end of the year.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Salem))

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Straight ahead on News 7,
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If the high price of air travel is keeping you out of the skies, we've got some tips that could have you flying in no time.
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[Air-Travel]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=99-14 1:05:06]
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The summertime is heavy travel season...and if you're traveling by plane...it can be costly.
But Joy Sutton has a few guidelines that could save you money.
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(( While most people would prefer to travel the fastest way the cost of airline tickets often keeps them on the ground.
After talking with a Triple-A representative we found there are several things you can do get the lowest ticket possible when you travel.
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((JOYCE BRADFORD:AAA BRANCH MANAGER: DEVELOP A RELATIONSHIP WITH A TRAVEL AGENT..SO YOU'VE GOT SOMEONE WHO CAN LOOK OUT FOR THE BEST DEALS))
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Here are some other tips to follow: -Try and have a Saturday night stay -Leave out of a large airport -Travel on a Tuesday, Wed. or Thursday...because these are the least traveled days..and airlines are trying to fill the flight.
And just to show you how much you can save...we had a travel agent do a cost comparison for a ticket keeping a few of these tips in mind.
Leaving out of Roanke Regional Airport going to Orlando Florida...with a 21 day advance..and a Saturday night stay...was 242-dollars.
But without a Saturday night stay the ticket...jumps to a whopping 862-dollars.
Leaving out of Greensboro, North Carolina...a larger airport... with a 21 day advance..and a Saturday night stay...was only 153 dollars.
This same ticket without a Saturday night stay was 181-dollars.
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTER: THE INTERNET IS ANOTHER SOURCE YOU CAN USE TO FIND A LOW COST TICKET...AT PRICE LINE.COM YOU CHOOSE THE AMOUNT YOU WANT TO PAY AND THE SERVICE ATTEMPTS TO FIND A TICKET AT THAT PRICE FOR YOU))
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Sean Gamble says he uses the internet to pull an airlines website to compare prices.
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[IN Q=Some I've actually]

((SEAN GAMBLE:SOME I'VE USED TO PURCHASE TICKETS AND GOTTEN GREAT DEALS..OTHER AIRLINES I'LL START THERE JUST TO FIND OUT WHAT'S AVAILABLE AND THEN CALL THEIR SERVICE))
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So the next time you travel don't let the cost of an airline ticket keep you on the ground...a cheap ticket might be only a click or a phone call away.
Joy Sutton, News7, Roanoke.))



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Coming up in sports and unlikely winner in the Men's Pro Category of the Saturn Festival Cup, highlights from the majors and the Cavaleirs National Championship lacrosse win.
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Also Steve Mason explains an NC-Double-A experiment which may change college baseball.
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The Saturn Festival Cup Bike Race overtook the streets of Roanoke today.
Cyclists in seven categories competed for 14-thousand-five hundred dollars.
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79 pro cyclist rounded the six turns of the one kilometer course.
Zach Baker had the most power left at the end of the 45-k race and reached the finishline first.
The win surprised him after experiencing a wipe out yesterday.
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In the Women's Pro race this afternoon Julie Hanson picked up first, followed by Emily Wilson and Annette Cam.
Local cyclist Julie Taylor finished fifth.
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A holiday in New York turned out to be a fun one for Cleveland.
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The Indians ended their longest losing streak of the season at three with a win in the Big Apple.
Manny Ramirez drove in three runs and gets two of them here with this smack over the centerfield wall. It's two nothing Cleveland in the first.
Ramirez get the third RBI in the second off this single scoring Travis Fryman. The ball bounces off the ump's foot, Chuck Knoblauch doesn't have a chance at it and the bases are loaded.
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That sets up this second inning grand slam by Jim Thome. Thome gets all of this Orlando Hernandez pitch and sends it over the left centerfield wall and The Indians get the seven to one win.
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The Division III baseball world series is wrapping up at Salem Memorial Baseball Stadium and wth the conclusion of this year's collegiate baseball season, the NCAA will be able to evaluate an experimental season in which both aluminum and wooden bats were used.
Steve Mason Has more.
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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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After a 27 years UVA has won the N-C-Double-A Lacrosse Championship.
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[SUPER=03-College Park,MD/ESPN;]


The Cavaliers hadn't won since 1972 and had lost four title games in overtime since 1980.
And it looked like that would happen again as Virginia saw a Syracuse cut a 10-four lead to 10-to-nine.
The Orangemen scored five straight goals in the fourth quarter, but the
[super=34-Syracuse/10/Virginia/12;]

Cavaliers were able to pull it out and post the 12 to 10 victory.
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With the Memorial Day Holiday here, people have fired up the grills in anticipation of summer and the bar-b-que season.
Patrick Evans is grillside today with a look into what the NEXT month will hold for us weatherwise.
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