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The hot, dry weather tops NEWS 7 at SIX tonight.
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These conditions underscore the need for air conditioning in schools... comfort comes at a cost of course.
And farmers are fretting over the drought... we take a look at the dry landscape.
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In sports, a local high school soccer star is invited to play with the country's best, dale Jarrett talks about Michigan,
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and the Avalanche is back, riding a 6 game winning streak, words from the manager in sports.
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Another record setting day but the heat wave is winding down. Isolated thunderstorms are on the radar screen as well. [open]
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It's too HOT in some schools, but is it worth millions to air condition them?
And it's so DRY .. this year's crops are already at risk.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[Danville-Schools]


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We'll start with the record-setting heat wave. It's forcing some schools to close early again tomorrow.
We'll run down the list shortly.
For school districts that still don't have air conditioning, it's a matter of shutting down when it gets hot, or spending lots of taxpayers' money to bring in cold air.
Voters in Danville make that very decision next week.
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Marya Jones is outside suffering in Danville heat tonight.with word on how the heat wave is affecting the bond debate.
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That heat and the early school closings today provided the perfect backdrop for school officials' arguments in favor of the bond package.
(Rollcue: in favor of the bond package.)
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[SUPER=01-Candice Piercy/George Washington Junior; :16]
[SUPER=01-F. Seward Anderson/Former Mayor; :43]
[SUPER=01-Ralph Warren/Danville Asst. Superintendent; :58]
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(( As George Washington High School students left early due to high temperatures and no air conditioning for the second time this week, they had some strong words to describe the heat in the classrooms.
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((PAUL ANDERSON/GEORGE WASHINGTON SENIOR: BAD, VERY BAD. VERY UNCOMFORTABLE. ))
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((CANDICE PIERCY/GEORGE WASHINGTON JUNIOR: ALL YOU CAN THINK ABOUT IS THE HEAT AND THE FACT THAT "HEY, I'M SWEATING," AND I'M STICKING TO THIS DESK.))
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And that brings to mind another "sticky" issue in Danville...the 18-point-4 million dollar school bond voters are being asked to approve next Tuesday.
Over six years, it would air condition and replace old windows at 7 schools...AND build a new elementary school, among other projects.
Some critics say that taxpayers should be able approve the work as it's being done instead of up front.
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((F. SEWARD ANDERSON/FORMER MAYOR: I THINK IT'S VERY MUCH LIKE BEING ASKED TO FINANCE ALL OF THE CARS THAT YOU'RE GOING TO BUY FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE AND THE BANKER'S GOING TO DETERMINE WHAT CARS YOU'RE GOING TO BUY.))
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But school officials say taxpayers will only see a slight increase in their real estate taxes that will pay dividends for Danville.
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((RALPH WARREN/DANVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ASST. SUPERINTENDENT: WHEN VISITING BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY AND INDIVIDUALS MOVE TO OUR CITY OR ANY OTHER - AND THAT CERTAINLY HAS BEEN MY EXPERIENCE IN HIRING PEOPLE IN OTHER AREAS - THEY LOOK AT THE SCHOOLS FIRST.))))
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And to give you some numbers, Keith, a 60-thousand dollar home owner would see a combined real estate and property tax increase of under ten dollars a year.

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The heat wave isn't over yet. And as we said, it's closing more schools tomorrow.
With word on the forecast, and the schools, here's meteorologist Robin Reed. [Robin in Weather Center] [Schoolwatch--Last school is Pittsylvania County] [Weather Roll] [Toss to Keith][Roll]
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Perhaps no one is feeling the heat and drought more than those who depend on the land for their livelihood.
For many farmers, the situation has reached a critical point.
Teresa Hamilton talked with growers in Carroll County who're looking to the sky for some much needed relief.
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((
Unless Mother Nature decides to turn on the faucet-- this field of cabbage will be the next one Red Belcher will be irrigating.
For farmers-- irrigation is a costly endeavor but the 90- degree temperatures and lack of steady rain have left Belcher NO choice...considering much of his crop is two to three weeks behind schedule.
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((RED BELCHER/FARMER:THERE'S NO WAY BUT THAT IT TAKES A TOLL ON YOU, YOU GO HOME AT NIGHTS AND MAYBE YOU SLEEP THREE HOURS AND YOU'RE UP AND YOU'RE TAKING ZANTAC, WHATEVER, TO STOP THE BURNING OF THE STOMACH.))
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Belcher isn't alone-- farmers all across the area are also watching the drought threaten their crops.
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(( GARY LARROWE/EXTENSION AGENT: FOR EXAMPLE, HERE'S A KERNEL OF CORN THAT'S BEEN IN THE GROUND FOR THREE WEEKS AND IT'S NOT EVEN SWOLLEN OR TAKEN UP ENOUGH MOISTURE TO EVEN SPROUT.))
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Extension agent Gary Larrowe says the corn in this particular field should be anywhere from eight to 14- inches tall.
But the majority of stalks are so small-- they're almost invisible. [stand up 14:09;32] TO MAKE MATTERS WORSE-- ONCE IT DOES FINALLY RAIN-- IT WILL TAKE MORE THAN A QUICK THUNDERSTORM TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

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Larrowe says things are so dry-- it will take several days of heavy rain to soak into the ground.
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((GARY LARROWE/EXTENSION AGENT: IF WE HAD TWO INCHES OF RAIN RIGHT NOW, MAYBE IN A COUPLE OF DAYS, COME BACK WITH A COUPLE MORE INCHES OF RAIN OR TWO OR MORE INCHES OF RAIN, THEN WE'D BE BACK TO WHERE WE NEED TO BE.))
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Whether that happens remains to be seen--- in the meantime, farmers like Red Belcher, will continue to do what they

can. Teresa Hamilton-- NEWS 7, Carroll County.


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Another guilty plea today for the murder of Liberty High School football player Jamelle Poindexter.
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16- year- old Keirstin Davis was in circuit court this morning, facing four felonies including first degree murder and robbery.
She was arrested, along with her boyfriend Randy Ross, following the fatal shooting last September.
In statements to investigators, Davis admitted shooting Poindexter in the back and legs, before Ross shot him in the head.
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Last week Ross was sentenced to two life terms plus eight years.
Davis could face up to two life terms when she is sentenced later.

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An extra police patrol will be on duty around Christiansburg High School this evening, in hopes of preventing a repeat of last night's vandalism.
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Shots were fired at the school sometime between 1:45 and 6:15 this MORNING. The bullets appear to have come from a 22-caliber weapon. Classes went ahead as scheduled today. Police are saying it was an act of vandalism and that the school IS safe. An extra resource officer was on campus during the day, and additional patrols will be provided during the evening.
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Lawyers fight over Muhammad Ali's life story ... in a Roanoke courtroom. The details are still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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And Virginia's Juvenile Justice Board and Director are at war.
So a controversial program remains in juvenile prisons-- for now.
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[Juvenile-Correction]


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An allegation of racism and an ugly fight.
That's just what's happening between the director of the state Department of Juvenile Justice and the Board that oversees him.
Inside the prisons, a controversial technique for physically subduing juvenile inmates remains in place tonight.
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Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom.
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Keith, the ugly fight is over who gets to decide on how force is used against violent youth in Virginia's juvenile prisons.

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(( Department Director Gerald Glenn says it's up to him.
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((GERALD GLENN: THE SECRETARY OF PUBLIC SAFETY HAS GIVEN ME NO INDICATION TO STAND DOWN ON THIS PROCEDURE. AND I WILL NOT DO IT. CASE CLOSED. POINT BLANK. END OF STORY.))
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But after seeing a demonstration of the controversial Handle with Care Plus program, the Board took that power away from Glenn and voted to stop using what they call aggressively defensive techniques.
The Board's chairwoman is from Wythe County.
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((CONNIE SEAGLE/JUVENILE JUSTICE BOARD: I THINK WE'VE REACHED A POINT WHERE WE'RE IN A POWER STRUGGLE SITUATION.))
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((JOHN WASOWICZ/JUVENILE JUSTICE BOARD: I'M NOT IN FAVOR OF HWC PLUS, BUT I'M OPPOSED TO THE MEANS BY WHICH THIS BOARD IS GAINING CONTROL OF THAT ISSUE.))
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Then came the allegation of racism.
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((GERALD GLENN: YOU'VE GOT A NEW DIRECTOR ...TWO THINGS HAVE CHANGED, THE COMPLEXION AND THE GENDER. YOU READ IT ANY WAY YOU WANT TO READ IT. THAT'S A FACT.))
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((COL. CARL BAKER/JUVENILE JUSTICE BOARD: I THINK THAT REMARK WAS CERTAINLY AND OUT OF LINE.))
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((LT. CHIP HARDING: WELL AT FIRST, I COULDN'T EVEN BELIEVE HE MADE THE STATEMENTS...SOME OF THE ACTIONS THAT WE HAD TAKEN.))
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Things got worse before they got better... and after an hour in closed session with their lawyer, board members voted to reverse themselves again and put off all decisions on the Handle With Care Plus program until their September meeting.
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The Governor's office says he's standing by Gerald Glenn.
The Governor gets to appoint or re-appoint three of the seven board members before the September meeting.[Kendrick]


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Virginia Tech football player Andre Kendrick is facing a drug charge.
Christiansburg police charged the junior tailback with possession of marijuana a couple of weeks ago.
He'll be tried in August.
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Kendrick starred at quarterback for E.C. Glass High School, and is a former Friday Football Extra player of the week.
He rushed for 50 yards and scored a touchdown for Tech last season.
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[Ali]


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Columbia Pictures plans to make a movie about Muhammad Ali, with Will Smith staring as the three-time champion of the world. The film has Ali's blessings.
But two men who were once Ali's closest advisors- -when Ali lived in Virginia- -are claiming he doesn't have the right to sign away the rights to his own life story.
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Attorneys for Columbia pictures were in federal court in Roanoke today defending their right to make the authorized biographical film.
But a lawyer representing two of Ali's former associates points to a corporation established in 1988 to promote the boxing legend.
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((HE HAD SOLD HIS RIGHTS TO HIS LIFE STORY TO THAT CORPORATION AND YOU CAN'T SELL THE SAME THING TWICE. THAT'S ALL THIS IS ABOUT.)) ((THESE PLAINTIFFS- -THE FORMER LAWYER AND SPIRITUAL ADVISOR FOR MUHAMMAD AIL- -ARE SUING THE WRONG PEOPLE IN THE WRONG PLACE WITH THE WRONG PROCEDURE, ASSERTING THE WRONG CLAIM.))
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[KEITH ON TAPE]
The film makers want to be left out of this dispute between Ali and his former associates.
But Herbert Muhammad and Jason Hirschfeld aren't suing Ali.
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((THE REASON THEY DON'T WANT TO SUE MUHAMMAD ALI IS PRETTY OBVIOUS. HE'S PROBABLY THE MOST POPULAR HUMAN BEING ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH.))
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The judge did not make a ruling today on the 50-million dollar claim.



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[Nestle]


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The city of Danville got some "sweet" news today....
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Nestle announced that it's bringing 30 full-time jobs and 40 seasonal jobs to its Danville plant because of a new Tollhouse Cookie product that will be made there.
The company already employs 350 people at the plant. It's where they make refrigerated pastas, sauces, cookie dough and now the new cookie bars.
Nestle says it's already filled most of the new jobs.
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Another day of mixed results Wall Street. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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The Dow was down 75 points. NASDAQ had a strong day, up 45.

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He's been in office a little more than a year.
And Governor Jim Gilmore is doing a decent job, according to Virginia voters.
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A Mason-Dixon poll out today shows 11 percent of voters call the governor's performance "excellent."
Forty-three percent call it "good."
The numbers were slightly higher for Senator John Warner. Fourteen percent said the Republican's job performance is excellent. Forty-seven percent said it's good.
The poll also asked voters: Should state lawmakers be required to report all of their expenses BEFORE they get reimbursed? Seventy-three percent said they favored full disclosure. Eighteen percent were opposed.
And on the question of state pensions ... Only 18-percent of voters said part-time legislators should get pension benefits. Seventy percent said they should not.
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Franklin County Speedway owner Whitey Taylor is gearing up for a different kind of race.
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Whitey Taylor's taking on Republican Delegate Allen Dudley for his House of Delegates seat.
Taylor's running as an Independent.
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He turned in the required 125 voter signatures yesterday afternoon.
Taylor is now in Oklahoma with members from his church.

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We will check in on the Avalanche to see what they say about this 6-game winning streak. Intern reporter Cathy Smith feels the Wrath,
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And we will get to the heart of the matter...John Hartman going to play soccer with the best in the country.
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The Salem Avalanche comes into tonight's game against Frederick keys having found the right combination recently. The Avs's are winners of six straight, a feet that equals the teams longest winning streak of the season.
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During the run, the Avs have batted .273, up from .237. not only has the pitchers control improved but Salem has lowered it's era to 2.45, down from 3.84.

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Cave Spring rising junior John Hartman has been invited to play with the best high school soccer players in the counntry July third through the 8th
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in the Elite Soccer program sponsored by Addidas. The event kicks off at Virginia Wesleyan and welcomes the top pro and division one college coaches in the nation.
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The Roanoke Wrath is preparing back to back games at Victory Stadium beginning Friday against South Carolina. Intern reporter Cathy Smith has an early season progress report.
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((Three games into the season the Wrath is 2 and 1. Add their competition in the Open Cup Tournament and the team has played 7 games, of those, four have gone into overtime. And who would have thought that dropping two of those sudden death contests would come back to help. ((:)) Defensively, the Wrath is allowing just under two goals a game. And while keeper Danny Britton is hardly pleased with his 1.8 goals against average, he remains positive. ((:))
The team has won two straight and is averaging two goals a game. Go to guy Ian Spooner has been slowed by lack of practice time and teams are keying on scoring threat Grayson Prillaman.))

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The Winston Cup stars are in Michigan this weekend in the KMart 400, a race you can watch right here on Your Hometown Station Sunday at 12:30.
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Dale Jarrett is your points leader, a head of jeff Burton by 51 points.
Jarrett has 11 top 5 finishes in 13 events.
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