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On NEWS 7 at SIX tonight:
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There's a verdict in the case of a Ku Klux Klansman who burned a cross in Carroll County.
We'll have a LIVE report from Hillsville.
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[TALENT=Keith]


Another LIVE update from I-81 on the cause of that fatal breakaway truck wreck.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports, John Thompson and Kevin McHale are voted into the hall of fame.
We'll check in with Page Moir at his hoops camp in Salem,
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tell you what these UVa basketball players were doing in Lynchburg today talking to some aspiring hoopsters.
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[TALENT=Patrick]
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Showers and storms are spreading to our west, will we get any of that action? I'll have the answer coming up...
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25 minutes is all it takes for a jury to decide whether a Klan wizard violated Virginia law... when he burned a cross in Carroll County.
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[Cross-Burning]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#99-23]
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The case of Ku Klux Klansman Barry Black has drawn national attention... because the attorney defending him is African-American.
But an all-white jury didn't take long to find Black guilty in the cross-burning.
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Scott Goldberg has followed today's proceedings.
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[Strickler]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Having already come close to death twice, a NEW execution date has been set for convicted killer Tommy David Strickler.
Strickler was sentenced to die for the abduction, robbery and murder of Salem native Leann Whitlock in 1990.
Two previous execution dates were postponed while his appeals were heard.
Strickler is now scheduled to die by lethal injection July 21st.


[Arcadia-Counselor]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=tte]
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A Botetourt County judge suspended a jail sentence for a counselor who had sex with a student.
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23-year-old Sarah Robinson was a counselor at the former Wilderness Leadership Academy, now the Arcadia Leadership Academy.
She admitted she had sex with a 16-year-old male student after police found the couple in a van with steamy windows.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Robinson must perform 40 hours community service and will be on probation for a year.

[81-Wreck]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#99-24 39:33]
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State Police investigators have more information on the cause of Saturday's fatal truck accident on Interstate 81.
And they did NOT find an obvious equipment failure.
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Joe Dashiell is in Roanoke County tonight with the latest information.
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Keith, investigators have been concentrating on the saddle mount assembly... the connection between the fifth wheel on the truck in front, and the kingpin on the vehicle being towed.
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((A Georgia man was killed... when the tractor that was being towed broke loose from the truck in front of it, and careened across the highway.
The empty tractor hit another truck heading in the opposite direction.
Troopers from the Motor Carrier Safety Unit and the Department's Accident Reconstruction team have been looking for the cause.. They haven't found any obvious defects in the equipment.
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[IN Q=What we have decided through our investigation]

((SGT. TOM FOSTER/VA. STATE POLICE: WHAT WE HAVE DECIDED THROUGH OUR INVESTIGATION IS THAT THIS FIFTH WHEEL ASSEMBLY RELEASED THE KING PIN AND WHEN THAT OCCURED IT ALLOWED THE TRUCK TO SEPARATE FROM THE VEHICLE THAT IT WAS ATTACHED TO AND BASICALLY FREE-WHEELED ACROSS THE MEDIAN AND INTO THE SOUTHBOUND LANES OF I-81.))
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Investigators have taken a close look at these vehicles... Jean
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And they say that Volvo and the company that was responsible for towing these vehicles from the truck plant in Dublin WERE in compliance with federal standards that regulate the commercial trucking industry.
Q & A: ARE STATE POLICE AWARE OF ANY SIMILAR ACCIDENTS IN OUR AREA?

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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Still to come on News 7, they're reminders of a time when cotton was king.
Today, they escape the bulldozers in Southside.
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And a teenager's life is forever changed by a shotgun blast two weeks ago.
Her story of recovery, straight ahead.
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Doctors told her mother she probably wouldn't make it through the night.
That was two weeks ago. Now the 14-year-old Henry County girl who was shot in the face with a shotgun ... is on the long road to recovery.
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Marya Jones spoke with Amanda Fackler's family and has her story of survival tonight.
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Fackler is still at a Winston-Salem Hospital .. still struggling to recover from the shotgun blast that almost killed her.
She lost one of her eyes and might not be able to walk and talk....
But she'll live and possibly make a full recovery, which is more than her mother was told to ever expect.
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(( ((WANDA SUE MIZE: I COULD STILL CLOSE MY EYES, I SEE MY BABY IN MY ARMS WITH THE BLOOD ALL OVER HER AND HER GASPING FOR EVERY BREATH.))
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For Wanda Sue Mize, it's the image that's kept her awake every night.
Two weeks later, her daughter is getting better, but the nightmare's still with her.
She was standing with Amanda on the porch of their Bassett home when they both were shot.
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((WANDA SUE MIZE: SHE SAID, "MOMMY," AND I TURNED AND SHE WAS HOLDING HER FACE LIKE THIS.))
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Mize is OK, but Amanda lost her right eye and MAY be blind in her left eye.
She also suffered a stroke ... and doctors say she might not ever walk or talk again without extensive therapy.
Amanda's uncle, William Edward Mize, who lived next door, is charged with the shooting.
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((WANDA SUE MIZE: I CAN'T EVEN IMAGINE JUST LOOKING AT HIS FACE.))
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Wanda Sue Mize says she can't bear the thought of sitting through her brother-in-law's trial.
But for now she's not looking that far ahead.
She's spending all of her time with Amanda, reading her cards and letters and praying for her quick recovery. [Sot 34:50 - 34:56] ((SHE'S GOT THE STRENGTH THERE TO DO EVERYTHING. IT'S JUST NOW MAKING HER MIND REALIZE THAT THE STRENGTH'S THERE.))
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Doctors say if Amanda keeps improving ... she could start physical therapy in two weeks.
Meanwhile, her uncle is charged with four felonies.
He faces up to 40 years in prison, if he's convicted.
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[Methodists-Alcohol]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Methodists are gathering in Norfolk for their annual conference this week.
Last year they asked the five Methodist colleges in our area to ban alcohol on campus.
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Ferrum College- -in the heart of moonshine country- -has refused.
Instead it will spend an extra quarter million dollars over two years creating alternatives to drinking -- weekend getaways and motivational speakers, for example.
Faculty leaders say students came up with the ideas, so they should succeed.
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((THIS CAMPUS IS REALLY BIG ON DRINKING. I DON'T KNOW HOW, I REALLY DON'T KNOW HOW IT WOULD STOP. I REALLY DON'T BECAUSE I DON'T THINK ENOUGH PEOPLE WILL GO ON ALL THESE TRIPS THAT IT WOULD CUT DOWN ON ALL THE DRINKING THAT GOES ON IT'S JUST A DAILY THING.))
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The other four Methodist colleges also refuse to ban alcohol on campus.
The Methodists are not expected to address this issue at this year's conference.
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[Lottery]


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The Virginia Lottery jackpot is up to 19 million dollars--a measure of success in the face of recent criticism.
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Members of the Virginia Lottery Board say sales this year are expected to be the highest they've been in the agency's eleven-year history. They attribute the success to the introduction of the Big Game and more INSTANT games. Just last week a federal study on gambling concluded it can damage individuals and communities.
State lottery officials say the VIRGINIA Lottery is different and that those criticisms don't apply.
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((MARK MERRITT/ ROANOKE REGIONAL MANAGER: WE DON'T TRY TO GO OUT AND PULL PEOPLE IN WHO DON'T WANT TO PLAY. WE ASK PEOPLE TO PLAY RESPONSIBLY SO I THINK THEY'VE TAKEN THAT AND LOOKED AT IT AS AN HONEST WAY--AND WE TRY TO BE HONEST WITH THEM.))
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The study suggested reforms such as raising the minimum age from 18 to 21 and limiting advertising.





[Stocks]


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Mixed news from Wall Street today - [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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The Dow fell 55 points to close at 10-thousand- 667.
Nasdaq gained 18.
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Some historic Danville buildings were rescued from the bulldozer today.
Now they're part of a plan to revitalize the riverfront.
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Dan River donated 13 turn-of-the-century cotton mill buildings to the Danville Historical Society.
They've been vacant since 1996.
Dan River officials planned to level them. But public outcry and interest from developers convinced them to donate the mills.
Developers say they'll preserve the buildings... and turn the area into riverfront shops, offices, apartments and restaurants.
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((SCOTT BURTON/DEVELOPER: THE RIVERFRONT MILLS IS THE LAST PIECE OF THE PUZZLE THAT WILL MAKE US A RECOGNIZED DESTINATION AND PUT A POSITIVE SPOTLIGHT ON DANVILLE.))
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The site will also be home to several museums. It's the location of the famed Old 97 train wreck in 1903.
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[L'burg-Housing]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The city of Lynchburg has become the first locality in the state to take advantage of a new law aimed at eliminating blighted housing.
Steve Smallshaw has the story.
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(( Look anywhere else on Eldon Street in Lynchburg and you'll find neatly- kept, well- maintained homes.. until you get to number 610.
Weeds and garbage choke the yard of this neighborhood eyesore.. the gutters have collapsed, its windows remain boarded up.
Neighbors have been begging the city to do something for years.
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((JIM WHITAKER/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: I KNOW IT'S FRUSTRATING TO CITIZENS WHEN THEY HAVE BLIGHTED PROPERTIES IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD, BUT THERE'S ONLY SO MUCH THE CITY'S AUTHORIZED TO DO.))
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Until now.
A new state law gives localities the power to buy up dilapidated property if the owner refuses to fix it.
Director Ed McCann says the Housing Authority will buy the house at 610 Eldon, clean it up, then resell it to a responsible owner. [Standup 12:28:53] ((Ed McCann says the beauty of the new law is that it's not limited to just run-down sections of the inner city. It can be applied to any neighborhood, anywhere that there's a problem.))
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((ED MCCANN/REDEVELOPMENT HOUSING AUTHORITY: AND THIS IS IS JUST ANOTHER TOOL THAT THE AUTHORITY HAS NOW IN WORKING WITH THE CITY TO ADDRESS THESE PROBLEMS IN RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS THROUGHOUT THE CITY.))
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Last night's action was good news for next- door neighbor New Vista Schools.
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((LUCY ROSS/NEW VISTA SCHOOLS: I SINCERELY HOPE THAT THE ACTION PROPOSED THIS EVENING TO PURCHASE THE PROPERTY WILL ENABLE THE HOUSING AUTHORITY TO CLEAN IT UP, MAKE IT AVAILABLE FOR SOMEONE TO PROPERLY USE AND MAINTAIN.))
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Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))


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Coming your way tonight on News 7 sports, the Hall of Fame welcomes a couple of former Celtics.
We'll see what's up at are hoops camps featuring Page Moir and Curtis Staples.
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And meet a horse show official, who used to be an assistant coach for Al McGuire at Marquette.
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The NBA finals resume tonight in New York as the Knicks look to even up their best of seven series with the Spurs at two games a piece.
Earlier today the basketball world welcomed five new members to the hall of fame.
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Leading this year's class of indutees is former Georgetown coach John Thompson, who won 596 games and one national championship in his 27 years of coaching the Hoyas.
Thompson says making the hall was important to him.
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Former Celtic great Kevin McHale who played 12 years in the NBA also was elected to the hall of fame this afternoon.

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Roanoke native Curtis Staples isn't looking for a hall of fame career - at this point he would just settle for a career in the NBA.
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The former UVa star is holding his annual basketball camp in Lynchburg this week at the James River day school.
Last year he averaged 28 points a game while playing in Spain. Next month he will give the NBA another shot.
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Today Curt got some help at his camp from two of his former UVa mates, Donald Hand and Chris Williams - two guys who are looking forward to blending with UVa's highly touted recruits next season.
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[S-Moir]


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The first of Page Moir's three summer basketball camps tipped off this week over in Salem
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Moir, assistant men's coach James Pennox, and eight other counselors are working with just under fifty kids this week. Campers are fine tuned in the areas of ball handling, agility, defense, offensive and post moves. This year the format is a little different. It's a half day camp running from 8:30 to noon.
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((PAGE MOIR/ROANOKE MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH:HAVING A HALF DAY CAMP HAS REALLY BEEN A NICE CHANGE. GIVES US THE AFTERNOON'S OFF, GIVES THE KIDS A QUICK EXPOSURE TO BASKETBALL, AND THEY GET TO GO HOME AND WE'LL HAVE OUR REGULAR TWO CAMPS IN JULY, LIKE WE'VE ALWAYS HAD AND LOOKING FORWARD TO A BIG SUMMER OF CAMPS, ALWAYS A FUN PART OF YEAR FOR US.)) ((BRAD DUNLEAVY/CAMP COUNSELOR:THEY ENJOY BASKETBALL SO MUCH. I MEAN, I CAN'T SAY ANYTHING MORE ABOUT THEM, IT'S AWESOME TO SEE INTEREST THAT YOUNG.))
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[S-Horse]


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Believe it or not, there is even a basketball link at the Roanoke Valley Horse Show this week over in Salem.
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The connection is Tom Brennen a former basketball coach and a steward for the American Horse show association.
Brennen is in Salem this week overseeing the show as the head steward.
No, he's not a policeman but he makes sure that the riders follow all the rules in each category.
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As far as basketball goes, Brennen was an assistant for Al McGuire for 13 seasons.
The two met while coaching high school teams.
And the association resulted in a national championship which Marquette won in Atlanta in 1977.
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[OUT Q=....then further."]
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Tonight's action at the Salem Civic Center begins at 6:30. The Fresians will be in action tonight along with the adorable stick horse racers.
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