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Next on News 7 at Six...
Why are city pools full as Roanoke braces for possible water restrictions.
The answer is coming up...
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And the image of Robert E. Lee continues to generate controversy. [Sports-Head]


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In sports, The Winston Cup drivers tackled the monster mile at Dover Andrre Agassi wins the French Open.
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And the New York Knicks take a 2 games to 1 lead on Indiana in the N-B-A's Eastern Conference final.
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Temperatures will hit 90 tomorrow in many locations, and it'll be a steamy 90 degrees. Details coming up. [open]
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A Roanoke city pool opens this weekend despite the water shortage.
Some residents say the water should have been conserved.
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The Fallon Park pool opened this Saturday...and Washington Park pool is scheduled to open next week.
The city decide to fill the pools despite the city's water deficiency.
Joy Sutton is live in the newsroom with details.
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Eric, there were dozens of people at the pool today
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And some residents say the pools should not have opened...and that it is unfair for city to continue to ask them to conserve water...but then decides to fill the pools.
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8 year-old Naida Bervic...comes to the Fallon Park City pool every weekend during the summer. Where she lives there isn't any pool...and she loves to swim.
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And city council member Linda Wyatt...says the children are the reason the city decided to open the pool despite the water shortage.
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((LINDA WYATT/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: THE POOL IS AN ISSUE OF WEIGHING THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN AGAINST THE CONSERVATION OF WATER ...RIGHTLY SO THE CHILDREN WIN OUT))
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Wyatt say the pools only need to be filled once...and after that they recycle water...so it's only the initial filling which uses large amounts of water.
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Cleve Thompson washes his car twice a week...he says the city should have saved the water...and that the kids could go to the lake to swim or to the mall...like he did when he was a kid.
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((CLEVE THOMPSON: I THINK WE COULD USE THE WATER MORE THAN THE POOLS...I MEAN THEY ARE GOING TO MAKE US CUT BACK...EVENTUALLY YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO WATER YOUR YARDS..I THINK IT COULD BE USED FOR BETTER STUFF))
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((JOY REPORTER: AND IF MANDATORY RESTRICTIONS ARE IMPOSED THAT COULD AFFECT YOU WATERING YOUR GRASS..YOUR GRASS COULD STILL BE OK..EVEN IF YOU DON'T WATER IT THIS SUMMER))
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((DOUG BESSIE/GREENBRIER NURSERIES: IN MOST CASE A GOOD HEALTHY STAND OF GRASS..THE ROOTS ARE GOING TO SURVIVE AND IT'S GOING TO COME BACK IN THE FALL. WHEN THE RAIN PICKS-UP AND THE TEMPERATURE COOLS DOWN))
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Jessie says plants however, do need water...and says your newest plants need the most water.
And there are also gels that you can buy to add to the soil to hold water.
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[Full Newroom]
Wyatt says the city is conserving water in other areas...and has even turned of it's public fountains.
And that Carvins Cove will have to drop 24 ft before there will be mandatory restrictions
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And she says there is still more than 200 days worth of water even if it doesn't rain.

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Protests over a Confederate General's image continued in Richmond over the weekend.
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Last week General Robert E-Lee's portrait was removed from a Richmond tourist attraction after a City Council member compared him to Adolf Hitler.
Confederate sympathizers denounced the move and gathered again yesterday in protest.
Meantime a rally was held in support of Councilman Sa'ad El-Amin, whose remarks initiated the portrait's removal.
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The controversy surrounding the Lee mural is just one of the topics in our viewer mail this week.
Joe McKean has News-7's Feedback.
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(( Clear skies greeted the opening of the Richmond Canal Walk. But the decision to remove an image of
one of the Old Dominion's favorite sons from the project created a storm of controversy.
It touched souls in southwest Virginia, too.
"I think that a few narrow minded people are trying to take us back in time...when, after the war, the Confederate widows were not allowed to visit their husbands' graves. Are we only to remember half of the war? The Civil War is our past and it was fought by TWO armies, not just one. All of which were our forefathers....I'm sure my tax dollars helped to fund the restoration of the canal, somehow, and I want to see Lee up where he belongs."
Another viewer thought the new Mornin' segment featuring Steve Pardon camping out was a real trip.
"I laughed aloud at the sight of Steve Pardon camping and trying to cook....The gang on News 7 Mornin' are always a pleasure to wake up with and the weekend crew is quite fun also...Can't wait for another addition of Camping With Steve. Keep up the great job."
Send your comments about our news coverage or issues in the news to News-7 at P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
The fax number is 343-7269.
Our e-mail address is news@wdbj7.com.
And you may take part in a moderated online forum on our website at wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.))



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The internet may have created a global village, but not everyone pays the same rent.
And you can track the Star-shine satellite online.
More on tonight's webwatch.
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European internet user called one-day boycott over the weekend, calling for better internet service prices... Apparently many European countries don't have a flat rate charge for local calls, so surfers end up paying per minute whenever they fire up their modems.

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NASA launched the Starshine project Saturday... the satellite looks like a disco ball... it's reflective mirrors were polished by 25 thousand school children around the world... The students will track the satellite, an measure how the earth's upper atmosphere affects it's flight.
You can learn how to find and track the satellite yourself by visiting the Starshine website.

Tired of looking at the same old Windows? If your considering a switch to the Linux operating system, mark this
Saturday on your calender. The Roanke Valley Linux User Group is holding a summer Install-Fest at Roanoke College--- t

ake in your machine, they'll install Linux and show you how to use it... you should register ahead of time, there's an online form on the group's website.

The man who makes comedy with a sledgehammer is coming to Raonoke... and you can prepare yourself with a visit to Gallagher's website, where you'll find the "virtual sledge"... a shockwave game where you pile various combinations of grocery items into a pie... and.

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The master himself judges your efforts.
For links to these sites click on WebWatch, on the WDBJ website, at WDBJ7-dot-com.))




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Next on News 7, a musician who has dedicated his career to helping children in honor of his late daughter.
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And a little later on the newscast, some lucky husbands in Virginia watch their wives light up the stage today in the MRS. Virginia pagent.
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The Little River Band stopped in Roanoke Friday night as a part of its nationwide summer tour.
During this tour, bass player and vocalist, Wayne Nelson, is helping promote the Child Alert foundation, which helps find missing children, and his own project Angel House.
His project is named in honor of his daughter Aubree who died in 1992 in a car accident.
She was 13.
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After his daughters death Wayne developed the idea to create Angel House.
It will be a safe haven for moms under the age of 21 who have been abused and their children.
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The song Wayne is talking about is called "Who Made the Moon?"
Within the year it will be on a CD along with cuts from other major artists to raise money for ANGEL HOUSE and it's sister organization the Child Alert Foundation. [full screen pinnacle]
You can reach Wayne and Angel House through the web page for the Child Alert Foundation.
That link is on the Web Watch section of our page at WDBJ7-dot-com.

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A Botetourt County pizzeria is this year's business leader of the year, according to the Chamber of Commerce.
But it's the owner of Lil Cucci's pizzeria who gives it real flavor.
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Maurizio Cucci goes by Joe -- and this Italian native knows how to make a pizza.
He also knows every customer's name and their order.
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Joe Cucci is also known for his community service.
He makes pizzas so local students can sell them and raise money, for example.
All the ingredients, including the bread for sandwiches, are homemade.
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Lil Cucci's is closed on Sundays and Mondays -- also Saturdays during the summer.
But this fall it's expanding from 50 to 80 seats to handle the crowds.
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Dozens of the most beautiful wives in Virginia compete for the Mrs. Virginia title today in Roanoke...
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And some area high school students are using their education to give animals a better chance at life.
Their story, straight ahead.
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A group of high school students has come to the aide of the Roanoke Wildlife Rescue.
Members of the carpentry class from Arnold Burton Technical School are using their newly learned skills to recycle old cabinets into new homes for wildlife.
Denise Allen has the story.
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These students in the carpentery class at the Arnold Burton Technical aren't just working on a class project, it's a new home for Zeus, a blind hawk at the Roanoke Wildlife Rescue.
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The students at the direction of their teacher Bud McWarter have built several cages for Dorothy Runion.
The new digs for the injured animals are made out of recycled materials--including old cabinets discarded during the renovation of Cave Spring High School and materials donated from local businesses.
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On this day Mr McWarter's class delivered Zeus' new home.
They had roughly an hour of class time to put the finishing touches on Zeus' new home.
Their efforts gave a majestic animal in need a better place to live out his life.
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More students will experience this sense of satisfaction next year when another carpentry class builds a better life for animals in need.
Denise Allen News 7.))


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36 contestants competed today in this years Mrs. Virginia International Pageant held at the Roanoke Civic Center.


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Kathy Brinkman...Mrs. Gloucester County... took home the title.
And Mrs. Eastern Shore...Suzanne Slaw was 1st-runner-up.
The winner will go on to compete in the national competition in Las Vegas.
The contestants were judged in the areas of aerobic wear, evening gown, and interview.
Contestants had to between the ages of 23 and 56...and married.
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And coming up, It's Agassi at the French open the Knicks lead the Eastern conference final 2 to 1.
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And Bobby Labonte starts on the pole and wins the MNBA Platinum 400 at Dover.
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Bobby Labonte started on the pole and he had enough gas to hold off the field and win the MNBA Platinum 400 at Dover.
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Mark Martin would dominate early as he leads the race passing Sterling Marlin and putting him a lap down.
But rookie Tony Stewart was coming on strong and he passed Rick Mast putting him a lap down Stewart would lead for the first time during the race.
Then on lap 163 the second caution of the day came out because of oil on the track put down by Dave Marcis.
Bobby Labonte would lead at the halfway mark but moments later Jeff Gordon gets by him to lead the race for the first time after the start.
Then on lap 291 Kenny Wallace hits Jeremey Mayfield and then the inside wall bringing out the caution.
Jeff Gordon would take the lead with 88 laps and hold on until he's forced to pit for gas with 6 laps left to go.

That opened the door for Labonte and he takes the checkered flag winning the MBNA Platinum 400 at Dover.
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Jeff Gordon was second, Mark Martin third, Tony Stewart fourth and Dale Jarrett fifth.





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Andre Agassi joined an elite group of tennis players when he won his first French Open today in a five set match over Andre Medvedev (Mehd'-veh-dev).
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Agassi becomes just the fifth man to win all four grand slam titles.
But today's win in the Open didn't come easily. He fell behind two sets to love to Medvedev. Agassi then turned his game up a notch and he would win the final three sets, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 to claim the title.
Agassi won the 1992 Wimbledon, the 1994 U-S open and the 1995 Australian open. The others to do that were Fred Perry, Don Budge, Roy Emerson and Rod Laver.
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Tony Fernandez homered and drove in three runs to lead Toronto over Montreal 9 to 2.
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The Blue Jays would sweep the three game interleague series.
In the bottom of the second Darrin Fletcher gets all of this pitch sending it over the right field wall for a solo homer and a 1 to nothing Blue Jay lead.
The Expos came back in the third. Jose Vidro hits a shot down the right field line for a single Shane Andrews scores to make it 2 to 1 Toronto.
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But Fernandez comes through in the third hitting this double to right centerfield scoring two runs and the Blue Jays hold on for the 9 to 2 win.
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Plenty of Interleague play this afternoon in Major League Baseball lets check some of the scores.
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In one of the greatest finishes in N-B-A playoff history, The New York Knicks have taken a 2 games to 1 lead on the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference final.
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It happened with five point seven seconds left in the game.
New York's Larry Johnson steps behind the line and nails the three pointer drawing the foul and turning it into a four point play and a 92 to 91 Knicks win in game three.
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The Knicks can take a 3 to 1 lead with a victory in game four scheduled for Madison Square Garden on Monday night.


Meantime, San Antonio can wrap up the Western Conference final tonight against Portland.
The Spurs lead that series 3 games to none.

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