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News 7 at SIX begins in just a moment with the story of a 67-year old man accused of murder.
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And we have new information tonight- -about the expulsion of a top cadet at V-M-I and how many people knew about it weeks ago.
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Tonight on News 7 sports, Tiki and Ronde fire up their second annual all-star sports clinic.
Randy Moss misses the boat when he missed a fundraiser last night.
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And the rain missed Andre Agassi this afternoon at Wimbledon.
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Once again, some isolated but heavy showers are moving through the region. Our forecast keeps that shower threat around into Tuesday night. [open]
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He already served time for murder decades ago. Now a jury decides whether he's guilty of killing again.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Lane]


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Was it self defense or murder?
That's the question a Lynchburg jury had to answer today in the case against Ray Lane Junior.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Steve/Microwave]


Steve Smallshaw was in court today.
As we said, Steve, this was NOT Ray Lane's first brush with the law. Tell us more about that.
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It was not Keith.. Lane served time for a murder in Georgia in 1952, and a number of armed robberies in Virginia in the 1970's.
It was those previous convictions that sealed his fate today.
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(( Hobbled by age, blind in one eye, 67- year- old Ray Lane Junior tried to convince a Lynchburg jury he acted in self defense when he stabbed to death his roommate last winter.
Both Lane and 40- year- old Michael Lessard had been drinking heavily that day when an argument broke out.
After Lessard slapped Lane in the face several times, Lane grabbed an eight- inch knife and stabbed Lessard once in the abdomen.
He says he was in fear for his life.. the jury disagreed.
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((JOHN WHEELOCK/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: CERTAINLY WE WERE DISAPPOINTED THAT THEY DID NOT DECIDE IT WAS SELF DEFENSE.. ESPECIALLY WHEN THE DECEDENT HAD THE REPUTATION THAT HE DID HAVE.))
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Prosecutor Tom McKenna had argued for second degree murder, but the jury compromised, finding Lane guilty of voluntary manslaughter.
And because he had more than two previous convictions for violent crimes, this was the third and final strike for Ray Lane.
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((TOM MCKENNA/PROSECUTOR: HERE WE HAD AN INDIVIDUALL.. .. GOOD EFFECT IN THIS CASE.))
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Not long after V-M-I Regimental Commander Jerry Webb got kicked out of school last month- -the Institute privately notified Federal Judge Jackson Kiser.
Also last month a local newspaper published details of Webb's dismissal.
But it wasn't until the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported it Saturday that it became BIG news.
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(( Webb was drummed out for using his leadership position in the cadet corps to coerce three female cadets into some sexual activity.
It was just days before commencement exercises at V-M-I, Webb was stripped of his position as Honor Court Vice President and he was sent packing.
The Rockbridge Advocate reported a month ago that "Webb allegedly used his perceived powers as an assistant prosecutor to get the women to 'certify' that they would keep quiet...."
Certification is a point of honor at V-M-I, and to violate the honor code is a dismissable offense.
The newspaper indicates Institute investigators got the women to talk by waiving that "certification," convincing them they would not be disciplined.))
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V-M-I Spokesman Mike Strickler says a "confidential memo" went to Judge Kiser in late May, with a copy to the U-S Justice Department, outlining the incident.
Judge Kiser did not put the memo in the public file. And he declined to make it public today.

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About three thousand school cafeteria workers, custodians, secretaries, and police officers will be trained this summer to fight school violence in Virginia.
The state's calling it 4-Safe-V-A... and the details of what the Governor promised in May came out today.
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Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom.
What kind of training is it?
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Keith, the lessons Virginia learned from the Columbine High School killings are:
-- that schools can become war zones where a tactical law enforcement response is needed,
-- and that somebody usually knows when a kid is likely to become violent.
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(( It was designed as a direct response to the Colorado killings.
"4-Safe-VA" training will include tactical SWAT-type training for school resource officers.
Also, critical incident reponse training for local police and sheriffs' deputies who serve schools without school resource officers.
There are, after all, only 300 school resource officers in Virginia, and about 800 high schools and middle schools.

Awareness training to spot suspicious activity will be provided to custodians, cafeteria workers, and secretaries.


And there will be special state trooper training to respond to school violence.
Then there will be a website and toll-free hotline for student tipsters to anonymously report things.
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((GARY ARONHOLT/VIRGINIA PUBLIC SAFETY SECRETARY: IF THE STUDENT HAS TO GO TO THE PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE, AND FACE TO FACE TO MAKE THAT STATEMENT, I THINK THE LIKELIHOOD OF THAT HAPPENING IS LESS. BECAUSE THERE'S ALWAYS THE FEAR OF REPRISAL. THERE'S FEAR OF BEING TERMED A TURNCOAT.))
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They're advertising both the hotline and the website as "anonymous," like Crimestoppers.
But if they have reason to believe false reports or threats are being filed, the state admits it can trace computer e-mail, and it can trace phone calls to the locality.
They promise to investigate and prosecute false reports.
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Q&A KEITH: So are the hotline and website up and running?
ELLEN: Not until mid-August, and local school divisions must agree to let their students use them.
The website you can access now for information, but not yet to make reports.
You can reach it from our WebWatch page at WWW-dot-WDBJ7-dot.COM.


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Even its supporters admit it would be a drastic change.
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Basing state funding for colleges on how well the schools met certain goals needs legislative approval.
So when the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia outlined its plan to the House Appropriations Committee today, eyebrows were raised.
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((DEL. BOB BLOXOM/R-ACCOMACK CO.: I WOULD HAVE A LOT OF DIFFICULTY MAKING A CHANGE AND SORT OF GIVING SOMEONE ELSE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF DESIGNING THE STANDARDS THAT ARE MET-- THE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS THAT ARE GOING TO BE REQUIRED, AND THEN JUDGING THOSE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS.))
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The State Council's plan would base funding levels on things like how students perform on standardized tests, and what kinds of jobs they get after graduation.


[Pharming]


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It could mean 88 jobs and 37- million dollars in investment in southwest Virginia.
Pharming Health Care, Incorporated-- that's Pharming with a "P-H" -- will build two new biotech facilities.
A state government source Pharming Health Care will put a cattle farm in Craig County, and a milk processing facility at Virginia Tech.
The Netherlands' company makes human medicines from cow milk.

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Drought relief money is beginning to flow to Virginia's farmers.
But officials say there's no doubt that they'll need even more government assistance.
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The federal aid comes to about 12 million dollars so far.
The money will go to some 35-hundred farmers across the state. But it's for crop losses they suffered LAST year.
It's been just as dry this growing season, and extension agents say this money in some cases is too little, too late.
Officials say this drought may turn out to be the worst in 60 years for Virginia agriculture.
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Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX: Local police recommend joint counseling over armed conflict in domestic violence cases.
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But first: postal workers are writing lots of letters. They fear computers could take their jobs.
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Some postal workers in Salem hope a letter-writing campaign will stamp out any possibility of their office shutting down.
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Scott Goldberg delivers our story from the newsroom tonight.
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Keith,
Some of the people who work at the post office's remote encoding center in Salem are looking for help from lawmakers.

They're worried their jobs could be next on the Postal Service's hit list.
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Remote encoding centers are the places where postal workers use computers to put bar codes on letters.
Those computers are getting smart enough to do the jobs themselves.
So this year, the postal service is closing nine of its 55 encoding centers.
Some fear it's just a matter of time before bad news gets delivered in Salem.
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((ROBERT BROWN: IF THEY'RE CONSOLIDATING, THE ROANOKE VALLEY IS A GOOD PLACE WITH A GREAT ECONOMY. THE ECONOMY WILL SUFFER IF 300-TOP-QUALITY JOBS LEAVE THE VALLEY.))
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Salem has 170-workers whose part-time jobs pay more than 11 dollars an hour.
About a hundred people are full time.
The Postal Service said right now there's no plan to close the Salem facility.
BUT it did say centers like it are just temporary operations.
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The idea is they'll stay open until technology improves.
In the next few years computers will be advanced enough to handle virtually all of the work without human help.
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Keith.

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Danville Police are taking a fighting stance against domestic violence.
The city has a high number of domestic calls.... more than ten a day.
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So, Police Chief Neal Morris says his officers will advise fighting families to seek outside help from a mediator.


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Police hope it will help prevent deadly domestic conflicts like this one two months ago...
Sharon Robertson was arrested for the shooting death of her husband after an argument.
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((NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: WITH A PROFESSIONAL MEDIATOR, THEY CAN RESOLVE THEIR DIFFERENCES, AND THEY WON'T WIND UP IN COURT AND THEY WON'T HAVE AN INJURY IN THE HOME OR THE POSSIBLE ABUSE OF ONE OR THE OTHER. ))
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Police will start giving out cards with counselors' phone numbers July first.
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Wall Street started the week with a dramtic upswing. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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He may be a longshot in the November election, but Alexi Sadjadi (uh-LEX-ee suh JAH-dee) is serious about winning a seat in the Virginia General Assembly.
Joe Dashiell caught up with him today as he camapigned door- to- door in a Roanoke neighborhood.
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((Alexi Sadjadi has been busy for more than a month now, carrying his campaign to the Roanoke neighborhoods of the 16th House District.
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Born in Alleghany County, he moved to the Roanoke Valley in 1991.
He's a graduate of Cave Spring High School and the University of Virginia, now enrolled in a masters program at Hollins University.
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((WHAT WE HAVE BASICALLY NOW ARE TWO POLITICAL PARTIES THAT ARE PUTTING OUT LEGISLATION NOT NECESSARILY TO HELP THE GENERAL SOCIETY AS A WHOLE, BUT TO HELP THEM ONE UP THE OTHER PARTY, SO THERE'S TOO MUCH PARTISANSHIP GOING ON AND NOT A LOT OF LONG TERM VISION.))
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Sadjadi is running as an independent, challenging Democratic Incumbent Chip Woodrum, who has held the job for almost 20 years.
But Sadjadi isn't fazed by the long odds.
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((WHAT I'M SAYING DOES RESONATE WITH A LOT OF PEOPLE. A LOT OF THEM ARE SICK AND TIRED OF WHAT THEY'RE GETTING WITH THEIR POLITICAL LEADERS AND THEY WANT SOMETHING DIFFERENT.))
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Sadjadi's website is up and running.
But he plans to cover the entire district on foot... and he hopes to win this election one front porch at a time.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

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Coming up tonight on the Monday night sports, it's been a wet day at Wimbledon, local tennis fans can now find a partner on line, Randy Moss is a no show in Florida,
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But Tiki and Ronde are back in town for their second annual all-star clinics football camp.
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The Roanoke Valley All-Stars football Clinic kicked off at Rising Stars sports complex today. NFL stars Ronde and Tiki Barber helped introduce 100 kids to life skills 101. Steve Mason has more.
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((Ronde....and Tiki Barber's NFL careers are about rushing yards, inteceptions staying in tip top shape and lifting weights, but they are spending this week just lifting others. ((tiki:)) ((:))
Getting back on your feet is what this camp is partly about, and it's amazing how much faster bumps and bruises goes away with a little encouragement. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Top coaches from Salem, Lord Botetourt, Cave Spring and Northside gave these 6 to 8 year olds as much football sofistication as they could handle..and then a water break under a tent where they can dream with some stars whose achievements are worth reaching for. ((:))
The camp runs Tuesday, Wedneaday and Friday, and there is still space available. Steve Mason, News 7 sports. ))







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While Tiki and Ronde are giving up this week for the valley, this past season's rookie of the year, Randy Moss, couldn't even give up an hour yesterday in Deerfield Beach, Florida.
Moss failed to show up for an autograph session that was set up to raise money for the city's youth programs.
Many folks stood in line four hours waiting for him to show.
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Ironically, one his autographed jerseys was the hit of last night's silent auction, for the Roanoke Valley all-star clinics.
The Moss jersey sold for $200.
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The lockout shortened NBA season has finally ended and now the league is readying itself for Wednesday night's draft.
Orlando Magic vice president Pat Williams recently stopped by WDBJ to talk about a variety of topics including the state of the league.
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Wimbledon was a wet proposition at the all-england club today.
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Rain wiped out all but five matches today in single's. In fact, Sampras, Becker, Rafter and Henman had their matches moved to tomorrow.
The only man to play & complete his match was Andre Agassi.
He advanced to the quarterfinals with a 6-7, 7-6, 6-1 and 6-4 win over Wayne Arthurs.
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[S-Web]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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If watching Wimbledon has inspired you to pick up a racket but you don't have a partner just look on the web.
The Roanoke Valley Tennis Association has a web site can help you find a tennis partner.
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[vo-nat]
In addition to the message board the RVTA site provides information on other tennis clubs & upcoming tournaments.


You can find a link to the site under the sports section of our web page WDBJ7-dot.com.
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Bedford County Supervisors are scheduled to talk about requesting an exemption from the Voting Right's Act of 1965 tonight.
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Jean Jadhon is in the newsroom with a preview. [Take Jean full]
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Keith the 1965 law requires that changes in voting districts or procedures be cleared through the Justice Department.
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But Bedford County can request an exemption, if they can show there's been no discrimination for the past ten years.
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Not everyone is happy with the board's plan to request the exemption...
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We'll have details of tonight's meeting on News 7 at 11.

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