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[TALENT=Keith]

There's a decision over whether the Robert E. Lee mural goes and stays.

That's how we'll begin NEWS at SIX tonight.
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And we'll be taking stock of the N-S- -Conrail merger... 30-days into it... shipments are getting lost or they're late.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight in sports, we'll meet a Wrath player who is also a stock broker. We'll see what's up at the all-stars football clinic today.
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And check out day two of the State Amateur where Keith Decker missed the quailfying medal by a single shot.
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[WX-Head]
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A nice break from the heat today but only a trace of rain at the airport. Tomorrow the heat returns. [open]
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((TO BE HONEST WITH YOU, I'M SURPRISED. BUT I'M ELATED TOO.))
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[OUT Q=elated, too.]
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A new shot of Robert E. Lee has been recommended for Richmond's Floodwall Gallery.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Lee-Mural]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[TAPE#99-24 46:07]
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The panel advising Richmond's Historic Riverfront Foundation met secretly last night.
Today, it announced the 29 images it's now recommending for the floodwall mural gallery at the city's new Canal Walk.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Ellen/Microwave]


Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom.
First, what's proposed?
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ROLLQ= But it is the return of Lee, in any context, that's caught everyone's attention.
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[sot 16:02:43 ]

((SA'AD EL-AMIN/RICHMOND CITY COUNCIL: THIS APPEARS TO BE A DECISION THAT WAS MADE TO SATISFY THE VOCAL MAJORITY WHICH WAS WHITE...GENERAL LEE. 3rd ref!))
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The new Lee image is the Matthew Brady photograph, after Brady missed the surrender at Appomattox, and begged Lee to pose back in Richmond two days later.
Lee's clearly NOT happy.
But his modern fans are.
[sot 15:18:20 ]

((BRAG BOWLING/SONS OF CONFED. VETERANS: I THINK IT'S THE FAIR WAY OF DOING IT TO PUT IT ON PUBLIC DISPLAY... AND WE'LL GO BY THAT... PUT THIS THING BACK UP.))
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[sot 16:05:20]

((SA'AD EL-AMIN/RICHMOND CITY COUNCIL: I'VE SPOKEN MY PIECE. AND SO YOU'RE NOT GONNA HAVE ME... I'VE DONE ALL I CAN DO.))
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[Double Boxes=Keith & Ellen/Microwave][Danville-Manager]



[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[TAPE#99-16 1:33:19]
[GRAPHIC=Griffin Resignation]


It was curtains for Danville's City Manager today.
City Council forced Ray Griffin Junior to hand in his resignation this morning after a 7-year-tenure.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Marya/Microwave]


Marya Jones is in our Danville newsroom with reaction to the announcement.
[Live=Marya Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=@Marya1;]
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Keith, Ray Griffin says he's "totally surprised" by the request for his resignation.
And even some members of council say the same thing.
But both sides remain tight-lipped on the resignation, calling it a private personnel matter between Griffin and City Council.
(Rollcue: matter between Griffin and city council.)
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[SUPER=01-Ruby Archie/Danville Mayor; :]
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[OUT Q=feel that Ray Griffin respects Council.]


Mayor Ruby Archie marked the end of Ray Griffin's service with a three-sentence statement and a wave of the hand.

Quick treatment for a man who worked for the city for seven years.
[SOT 1:06:40 - :49]

((RUBY ARCHIE/DANVILLE MAYOR: I WANT YOU TO HEAR THAT CITY COUNCIL ASKED THE CITY MANAGER RAY GRIFFIN TO RESIGN BECAUSE IT WAS FELT THAT THE CITY NEEDED A CHANGE.))
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Griffin was a little more generous in his comments about City Council.
In his resignation letter today, he wrote: "I have enjoyed my tenure as Danville's City Manager and look with great pride on the accomplishments and initiatives made over the past seven years. Danville has become home for my family and me and we leave with warm feelings for Danville, its citizens and its city council members, both past and present."
Council has appointed an interim City Manager and says it'll start the search for a new one next week.
Piecing together what went wrong between Griffin and City Council may take even longer.
[SOT 29:32 - :38]

((WAYNE WILLIAMS/DANVILLE CITY COUNCIL: CERTAINLY, I CAN SAY THAT HE PROVIDED QUALITY SERVICE AND WAS DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF DANVILLE.))
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One bombshell for Griffin today was the effective date of his resignation.
Griffin had expected to remain on until the end of the year.
But Ruby Archie today said he'd be out after July 2nd.
Members of council say that decision came at another closed session last night.
[SOT 31:40 - :48]

((WAYNE WILLIAMS/DANVILLE CITY COUNCIL: I THINK COUNCIL RESPECTS RAY GRIFFIN AND I VERY MUCH FEEL THAT RAY GRIFFIN RESPECTS COUNCIL.))
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And just to give you a sampling of late reaction, former Mayor Linwood Wright said that Griffin was always competent in his experience.
He said criticized Council for way the way they've handled the resignation and call the need for change a "lame excuse."
[Double Boxes=Keith & Marya/Microwave]


Current council members say they'll have more to tell us tomorrow, following a City Council meeting.[Wasena-Sex]


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The first of Roanoke's sex-in-the park cases to go to a jury ended with a felony conviction tonight.
The jury of ten women and two men spent an hour- and- a- half debating the case- -
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before finding Ron Waller guilty of solicitation to commit sodomy.
Waller had gone to Wasena Park last October.
His attorney says the park is a meeting place for gay men.
While standing on the river bank, under-cover Officer David Clayton initiated a conversation with small talk, then said "I like oral sex, do you?" ...though he actually used a more common slang expression for oral sex.
But Clayton said that was only after Waller grabbed the detective's crotch.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Waller never SAID anything to try to persuade the detective to engage in oral sex, but Judge Pat Doherty allowed the case to go to the jury, pointing out there are many kinds of communication other than verbal.

The jury is now trying to settle on a sentence for Waller.[Druckenmiller]


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Prosecutors are worried Jim Druckenmiller's popularity on the football field could work to his advantage when he goes on trial, for allegedly raping a Tech student.
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[SUPER=03-Christiansburg/April 28;]


That's one reason prosecutors say they want a judge to move the former Tech quarterback's trial out of Montgomery County.
Prosecutors belive it would be hard to find an impartial jury because many in the community are either football fans or tied to the university in some way.
Prosecutors are also concerned many residents have already formed an opinion about the case due to the intense media publicity.
Druckenmiller now plays for the 49ers. He is scheduled to stand trial July 19th.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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His attorneys say the motion is legally and factually without merit.

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Here's your check for 10-point-8 million. A lottery winner's big payday is still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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A month into the merger ... the biggest rail deal in history looks like a big traffic jam.
Norfolk Southern has missed shipments and miffed customers.
But the railroad is confident it can get through its growing pains.
[Double Boxes=Keith and Scott/Microwave]


Scott Goldberg is in Roanoke tonight with a merger progress report.
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Keith,
The federal agency that approved this merger today said it's clamping down.
The Surface Transportation Board is asking for detailed explanations of why this transition has been a rough one.
For its part, Norfolk Southern has apologized for what's gone wrong and is promising to make everything right.
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((NAT: TRAIN WHISTLING))
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It's been a smooth ride through Roanoke.
But when Norfolk Southern trains reach their new tracks in the Northeast, they're having trouble reaching their new destinations.
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((QUICK!!! NATSOUND OF TRAIN SLOWING DOWN.))
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They're missing shipments...showing up late...or getting caught in traffic jams.
And railroad customers are not happy.
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((SUSAN BLAND: THESE ARE UNIQUE TIMES.))
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Railroad spokeswoman Susan Bland says neither is Norfolk Southern, which, less than a month after dividing Conrail with CSX, is offering a rare public apology.
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((SUSAN BLAND: THE LEVEL OF SERVICE WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO PROVIDE OUR CUSTOMERS HAS NOT BEEN UP TO OUR EXPECTATIONS AND CERTAINLY HASN'T BEEN UP TO THEIRS.))
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((QUICK SOUND OF TRAIN))
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The problem has been getting three trains run by three different computers to work together.
Few analysts expected the deal to go off without mistakes.
But knowing Norfolk Southern as a stickler for details ... most expected the merger to be a smooth one.
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((LINDA MORGAN/SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD: I WHOLEHEARTEDLY SUPPORT THE STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS ...))
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Last summer the Surface Transportation Board praised the deal but said it wanted regular progress reports.
Now ... worried about revisiting the botched Union Pacific merger that cost the economy billions ... the board wants more reports about what's gone wrong.
It knows the rail industry's reputation could ride on Norfolk Southern's success.
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((SUSAN BLAND: IT'S PRESSURE WE'RE WILLING TO TAKE ON. WE STILL THINK THIS DEAL IS THE RIGHT THING -- IT'S ABSOLUTELY THE RIGHT THING FOR US TO BE DOING. IT'S GOING TO HAVE BENEFITS.))
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Fortunately for Norfolk Southern, July typically is a slow month.
With fewer shipments, the railroad is hoping to get some breathing room ... work through the problems ... and move toward brining the east coast the efficient rail system it was promised.
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Keith.

[Higher-Education]


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An important part of the railroad's Roanoke history was also in the news today.
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The former headquarters of the Norfolk and Western Railway is about to be converted to a Higher Education Center.
Interior Demolition is already under way, and today State Senator John Edwards, the chairman of the Higher Education Authority, accepted title to the property.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Financing is in place, and the authority plans to employ a general contractor next month. The work is scheduled to be completed by the end of August, next year.

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A woman riding a bicycle was struck and killed this morning in Montgomery County.
State police say 60-year-old Ann Neeley of Mill Valley, California was hit by a pickup truck on Route 460.
The driver of the truck, John Wesley Smith of Shawsville, has been charged with reckless driving.

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The bulls are having a big week on Wall Street. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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Dow rose for the third straight day, up 155. NASDAQ climbed 44.

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The 4H Center at Smith Mountain Lake has a new goal -- host more handicapped campers.
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The first visitors -- the Muscular Dystrophy Association summer campers.
Usually they meet all the way in Norfolk -- too far for many of these children to travel.
The lake makes all the difference.
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((I LIKE TO COUNT SOME FISH. I THROW ROCKS AND WATCHED EM MAKE SPLASHES.))
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The 4H Center built special ramps just for these children, and counselors came from far and wide to make them giggle.
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((SOME OF THESE COUNSELORS ARE ACTUALLY TAKING CARE OF ALL THE DAILY FUNCTIONS OF THESE CHILDREN. THEY CAN'T WALK SO OBVIOUSLY THEY CAN'T DRESS THEMSELVES. THEY CAN'T BATHE THEMSELVES.))
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Community groups like postal workers, firefighters and Harley Davidson bikers have also stopped by to cook and entertain these campers.
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[Lottery-Winner]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Ronald Yancey says he occasionally plays the Virginia Lottery, using family birth dates for his picks....
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


But it was an Easy Pick ticket that yielded the Covington man a 10-point-eight-million- dollar check this morning.
Yancey bought the winning Lotto ticket at a Sentry Food Mart in Staunton.
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((RONALD YANCEY/LOTTO WINNER: THIS PARTICULAR TIME, I WAS VISITING MY DAUGHTER IN CHARLOTTESVILLE AND I GOT SLEEPY ON THE WAY BACK HOME AND WE STOPPED UP THERE TO GET A SNACK FOR MY WIFE AND I HAD AN EXTRA DOLLAR IN MY POCKET, SO I JUST GOT A COMPUTER PICK, SO THAT'S WHAT HAPPENED.))
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Yancey says he's been hearing from family and friends the past couple of days, and plans to share some of his winnings with them, along with his church.
The rest he plans to invest.
The second- largest Cash Option prize will shrink a little though....Yancey will wind up with around seven- million after taxes.
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Coming up tonight an update on the Va. State Am golf.
We'll see who was speaking and who will be signing at the all-star football camp.
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And we'll meet an area stockbroker, who gets his kicks off the field with the Roanoke Wrath.
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Appomattox's Faber Jameson won medalist honors at the Virginia State Amateur today after posting a 140 two day score.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.; :]


Keith Decker of Martinsville finished a shot back with a two round total of 141 after shooting 72 today. Decker won the event in 1988 and 91.
His playing partner, first round leader David Partridge also finished a shot back with a 141 total.
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[OUT Q=...walks away from here."]
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The top 32 golfers begin match play tomorrow.


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Play resumed at Wimbledon today with Venus Williams, Pete Sampras, Steffi Graf and Tim Henman all winning, but the biggest round of applause
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was reserved for fourth round loser Boris Becker.
Becker said he was retiring two years ago, but came back. Today he lost to Patrick Rafter 6-3, 6-2 & 6-3 and this time he says it was definitely his final Wimbledon appearance. He received a standing ovation at center court.
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[S-Camp]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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If you're a fan of the Barber Twins you need to take note of a very special event tomorrow night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


From five o'clock to six tomorrow evening at the Kroger store on route 221 in southwest Roanoke County, that's the big Kroger that used to be a Harris Teeter, Tiki and Ronde will hold a free autograph session along with the Jets Doug Karczewski.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-This Afternoon; :00]


This afternoon the campers were treated to a couple of motivatonal speakers. George Coghill, a third year defensive back for the Denver Broncos talked to the kids about making smart decision. They also got a chance to take a peek at his rather large Super Bowl ring.
The kids also got some tips on how attitude can affect your altitude from WDBJ-7 Vice president Jim Shaver, who himself played high school football at Floyd County.
After his talk one kid asked Shaver if the balls were the same size and if the helmets had face masks back when he played.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Roanoke Wrath is on the road this Fourth of July weekend for two games. Midfielder Grayson Prillaman is one of the team's key veteran players, but off the field the former North Cross star wears a number of other hats.
Steve Mason has more on Roanoke's version of slash.
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[OUT Q=...news 7 sports"]
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((His day begins in downtown Roanoke at J.C. Bradford and Company where he has been a stock broker for three and a half years. ((NAT SOUND:))
He manages close to 20 million bucks in 500 accounts. His company has recognized him, as has National Business Magazine Registered Rep, which is doing a feature story on him. Teammate Aaron Ewert has played with Prillaman since grade school and now invests with him. ((:)) ((:))
His consistently calm deamanor is one of Grayson's strengths. He credits his success to an ability to draw on lessons learned from either soccer or brokerage and then applying them to any challenging situation. ((:))
two month old Elizebeth has added a new element. you do the math. In a week, he spends up to 60 hours in the office, 15 to 20 hours practicing or on the road, and then the wrest...at home with wife Kit and the baby. ((:)) ((:))
Prillaman has 1 goal and 2 asist so far this season. Steve Mason, News 7 sports.))[Wx-Tape]
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