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Coming up on News 7 at 11...
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A drive-by shooting spree in Chicago kills a former college coach.
The body of a possible drowning victim is recovered from Smith Mountain Lake
And this is one religous ceremony where the faithful literally fight to preserve their tradition.
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News 7 is next.
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A gunman spreads fear across Northern Chicago, launching a series of drive-by attacks that may be racially motivated.
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Good evening, I'm Eric Earnhart.
Police aren't calling it a hate crime yet, but the attacks were directed at Jewish, African, and Asian Americans in Chicago's northern neighborhoods.
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The man first struck without warning in the Rogers Park area, apparently targeting orthodox Jews leaving a synagogue.

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(( LT. NICK NICKEAS/CHICAGO POLICE; HE PARKED HIS CAR BY A FIRE HYDRANT, WE WALKED UP TO A MAN AND HIS SON AND STARTED FIRING AT THEM.))
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Six people were shot in that neighborhood, with no serious injuries.
But the gunman's next stop was fatal... In Skokie, former Northwestern University Basketball Coach Ricky Byrdsong was shot while walking with his children.

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(( BARRY SILVERBERG/SKOKIE POLICE DEPARTMENT; SEVEN SHOTS WERE FIRED IN THE DIRECTION OF MR. BIRSONG AND STRUCK HIM IN

THE LOWER BACK. HE UNDERWENT SURGERY AND WAS PRONOUCNED DEAD. ))
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The suspect then moved to Northbook, shooting at two Asian men in a car... they were NOT hurt.

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((NEIGHBOR; THERE WERE JUST, BOOM, BOOM, BOOM, THREE LOUD POPS IN BACK OF WHERE I LIVE. ))
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Police aren't quite sure what to make of the attacks.


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((PAT CAMDEN/CHICAGO POLICE SPOKESMAN; WE'RE NOT SAYING IT'S NOT A HATE CRIME, WE'RE NOT SAYING IT IS A HATE CRIME, BUT THE ELEMENTS FOR A HATE CRIME ARE NOT THERE.))
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((RICHARD HIRSHHAUT/ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGU: THIS WAS AN OUTRAGEOUS AND DISPICABLE ACT OF HATE. THIS SHOOTING SPREE DEMONSTATES BIGOTRY KNOWS NO COLOR LINE... ))
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The FBI has joined the search for the suspect, described as a white male, 25 to 30 years old driving a blue Ford Taurus... now on the run, facing a capital murder charge.



















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The body of an Evington man was discovered around 6:30 this morning at Smith Mountain Lake near the Mariners Landing area.
34 year-old Hank Edward Little has been missing since Thursday night.
He disappeared while spending time at the lake with his friends.
Little had told them he was going for a swim-- that was around 10:30 pm.
But he never returned.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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Authorities say Hank Edward Little's body was found fully clothed approximately 50 yards from where he was last seen wading in Smith Mountain Lake.
Little's body was discovered by a woman renting this house on Lake Retreat property.
The woman says she saw a body floating in the cove area behind the house.
Jim Ottinger who lives close to the lake says he was worried about discovering the body.
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((JIM OTTINGER: IT'S GETTING AWFUL CLOSE TO HOME. I'M JUST SO GLAD THEY FOUND THE BODY. SO WE WON'T BE AROUND TO SEE IT))
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Ottinger says none of the neighbors he spoke with heard any noises in the lake the night Little apparently drowned.


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((JIM OTTINGER: NOT A THING IN THE WORLD. NO NOISES OF ANY KIND. TALKING OVER THERE. HE DIDN'T HEAR ANYTHING AND HE WAS RIGHT NEXT TO IT))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: AUTHORITIES SAY THEY DON'T BELIEVE THAT LITTLE AND HIS FRIENDS HAD PERMISSION TO BE ON THE PROPERTY. AND THEY ARE NOT SURE WHAT LED TO HIS DEATH. BUT THERE WILL BE AN AUTOPSY PEFORMED IN ROANOKE EARLY NEXT WEEK. JOY SUTTON, NEWS-7))
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A demonstration in Philadelphia closed down the very symbol of American independence on this July 4th weekend.
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Supporters of a death row inmate blocked access to the Liberty Bell, forcing police to close it to the public for three hours today.
55 people were arrested. They want Mumia Abu-Jamal (moo-MEE AH-boo jah-MAHL) released from prison. He was sentenced to death 17 years ago for the killing of a Philadelphia police officer.
He says he's innocent .. and blames his conviction on a biased judge.
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An accident late this morning on interstate 81 had holiday traffic backed up for over four hours.
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It happened shortly before noon at the northern end of Rockbridge County between Lexington and Staunton. Apparently a tractor-trailer tried to turn into the passing lane and struck a car. Both vehicles went into the median and the truck flipped over. The driver of the car walked away with only minor injuries, however the truck driver was taken to Stonewall Jackson by EMS and pronounced dead. Traffic didn't get moving on the interstate until 4 o'clock.
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[Fire-Safety]


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It's fireworks time again, when the family gets together to light-up the sky.
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And if you're planning on lighting your own fireworks at home..you need to be extra careful because of the drought conditions.
The grass is very dry and can ignite easily..
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Fire officials say it's best to light fireworks on the pavement and to keep them as far away from grassy areas as possible.



[Fireworks]


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It looks like the rain held off for some area fire works tonight. And if you didn't get a chance to check them out there are several places to celebrate the fourth tomorrow night.
Here's a list of places to catch fireworks this weekend. [5 Pinnacle Boards & Music]
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A kids parade in one local community commemorates Independence Day.
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The Green Valley Neighborhood has been putting on their parade for more than 28 years.
The parade travels about ten blocks with the children waving flags commemorating the fourth of July.
Parade organizer Wally Hillman says it's a good opportunity for kids to celebrate the holiday.
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((WALLY HILLMAN/PARADE ORGANIZER: TRYING TO GIVE THE CHILDREN SOMETHING THEY CAN ENJOY AND REMEMBER AS THE REAL 4TH OF JULY))
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Each young person participating in the parade receives a trophy or ribbon.
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The swords may be fake, but the fighting sure looks real. Still ahead, a religious ceremony that leaves people black and blue.
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And the shock waves have ended. Now residents in Washington state are picking up the pieces of last night's earthquake.

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The ground in Washington State has stopped shaking but hearts are still racing and nerves frazzled as earthquake victims start assessing the damage. Richard Thompson shows us the worst of it.

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Firefighters contained a wildfire in Nevada earlier today.
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But they're still having trouble in Utah.
A 40 thousand acre fire is threatening homes in Eureka and Mammoth.
60 people have been evacuated.
Things could get worse, firefighters say high winds are spreading the flames.
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[Sword-Fight]


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A unique religous ceremony in Nicaragua is tonight's video of the day.
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Every year, men in the town of Pueblo del Diria stand in the street and hit each other with flexible wooden swords.
The swords may be fake, but the enthusiasm is real... so is the blood...
The event commemorates the biblical account of the Apostle Peter, who attacked the servent of the Jewish High Priest with a sword.
The tradition also involves some home-made liquor.
The combatants say the event is light-hearted and friendly.
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Are you looking for something new and exciting to do this summer but you don't want to go to far from home?
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Coming up in this week's "Time Off" we'll show you the latest hot spot that will keep you cool this summer.
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[*****NOTE ANCHOR TAG!!!]
If you've had just about enough of the heat and humidity, have no fear.
A local fun spot can be just the relief you and your family are looking for.
In this week's "Time Off" segment, Kimberly McBroom shows us an amusement park at Smith Mountain Lake where everyone can enjoy cooling off.

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(( When Craig Caron opened Water World a year ago, he was hoping to fill a void in amusement park activity at Smith Mountain Lake--
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((CRAIG CARON/WATERWORLD OWNER: GENERALLY, IN THIS AREA, THERE ISN'T MUCH FOR AMUSEMENT ACTIVITY. IN FACT, ANYTHING COMPARABLE TO WHAT WE INTEND TO HAVE HERE EVENTUALLY, YOU'LL HAVE TO GO TO GREENSBORO OR WATER COUNTRY OR BUSCH GARDENS, OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.)) [RUNS:12]
That's still probably a few years away.... Caron says he plans to eventually add water slides and a wave pool.
For now, patrons can enjoy bumper boats.
Even if your sailing skills aren't the greatest-- that's okay.
Getting bumped means you have a good chance for a refreshing splash on a hot summer day...
Or, if you prefer to be a landlubber....slide behind the wheel of a go- cart on this curvy track.
But there's no bumping on this ride.
In fact, safety is a priority... and so far, there haven't been any major problems at the park.
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((CRAIG CARON/WATERWORLD OWNER: WE HAD SOME CONCERNS INITIALLY, WHEN WE FIRST STARTED TO DEVELOP THE PROJECT AND WENT INTO SOME OPPOSIITON THEN. BUT SINCE PEOPLE HAVE SEEN WHAT WE HAVE HERE AND HOW NICE AN ENVIRONMENT IT IS, THEY'VE GOTTEN ADJUSTED TO IT VERY WELL AND MOST OF THEM SEEM TO ENJOY IT.)) [RUNS:17]
Caron says it's a fun, family atmosphere for people of all ages.
Waterworld is open daily until 10 p-m.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Franklin county.))
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For directions to Water World, you can check out our website at W-D-B-J-7- DOT COM.







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70 people tomorrow will have a new reason to celebrate the fourth of July. They will become American citizens at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello home.
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The new citizens come from a vast array of cultures and countries. They all have a story to tell about coming to America.
One of those people is Maureen Gall who left her native Australia for the U-S thirty years ago.
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((MAUREEN GALL/NEW AMERICAN CITIZEN: I DON'T THINK I REALLY GIVE IT UP, BECAUSE IT'S SO MUCH A PART OF MY PAST.. IT'S IN HERE, SO IT WILL ALWAYS BE THERE.))
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We'll hear more from Maureen in this week's "Virginia Profile", Sunday morning on News7.
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Dale Jarrett gambled on gas and he crossed the finish line under caution to win the Pepsi 400 at Daytona.
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Rusty Wallace made the first big move on the track when he passed Ricky Rudd for the lead after 16 laps.
Jeff Burton moved from the 30-th spot to 9-th after 30 of the 160 lap race.
But Dale Jarrett was strong and he was the leader afterr 42 laps and Jarrett was the leader at the halfway point of the race.
Then the first caution came out on lap 85 because of rain on the track.
Watch this move. Mike Skinner goes to the top of the track and blows by Rusty Wallace for the lead he takes Ward Burton with him putting Burton in the second spot.
Mark Martin was driving with a broken wrist he moved from the back of the field into the top 20.
Jarrett was leading when a caution flag came out with two laps to go and he would take the checkered flag winning the Pepsi 400 at Daytona.
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Earnhardt was second, Jeff Burton third, Mike Skinner fourth and Bobby Labonte fifth.






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Greg Biffle won the truck race in Wisconsin today.
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Stacy Compton was having a good run despite some handing problems and he managed to lead a couple of laps just after the halfway point.
But Greg Biffle was the Man. He started on the pole and he takes the checkered flag winning the Milwaukee 200 for his third win of the season.
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Jack Sprague was second, Rick Crawford third, Mike Wallace fourth and Mike Bliss fifth.
Compton finished 10-th and Jimmy Hensley was 12-th.

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Lance Armstrong is back.
The 1993 champion and two time Olympian won the prologue of the Tour De France.
Armstrong showed that he is in top from after overcoming testicular cancer.
He won in a time of 8 minutes, Two and a half seconds over the four and a quarter mile course
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And coming up, Three Americans have made it to the finals at Wimbledon the Commonwealth games kicked off today.
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And the Braves get a shutout over the Mets at Shea Stadium.
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The New Yankees and Baltimore orioles hooked up again at Yankee Stadium.
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Cal Ripken relaxing in the dugout.
The Orioles would score in the top of the fourth when Albert Belle sends this shot over the left field wall for a solo homer to make it 1 to nothing Balitmore.
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The very next batter Harold Baines goes deep with this solo homer deep over the left field wall to make the score 2 to nothing but New York wins it in the 9-th 6 to 5.
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A three hiter thrown by Kevin Millwood and John Rocker led Atlanta to a 3 to nothing win over the New York Mets.
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Hank Aaron was at Shea to throw out the first pitch.
Met Pitcher Al Leiter was the losing pitcher but here he strikes out Andruw Jones in the second.
The Braves would score the first runs of the game in the fifth. Brian Jordon sends this pitch over the left field wall for a two run homer and a 2 to nothing Brave lead.
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Millwood strikes out Mike Piazza and Rocker retired three straight to end the game the Braves win it 3 to nothing.


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[S-Scores]


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8 homers were hit today as Coloroda hosted San Diego.
Outfielder Larry Walker hit a solo homer in the first, his 22-nd and it extended his hitting streak to 17 games.
The Rockies get the win and here are the rest of the scores.
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[S-Wimbledon]


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The men's finals at Wimbledon will be an all american match between Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi.
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[SUPER=03-Wimbledon, England/NBC SPORTS; :]


Sampras will be trying to win the title for the sixth time in seven years. He advanced to the finals with a four set victory over Britian's Tim Henman. After dropping the first set Sampras won three straight to capture the win.
Agassi could become the first man to win the French and Wimbledon in the same year.
He advanced to the finals with a three set, 7-5, 7-6, 6-2 win over Patrick Rafter. The wins makes Agassi the number one ranked mens player in the World.
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Steffi Graf and Lindsay Davenport will play for the women's title.
Graf, looking for her 8-th Wimbledon championship, beat Mirjana Lucic (meer-yah'-nah Loot'-Chich) in three set, 6-7, 6-4, 6-3.
Davenport should move to the number one spot when the new rankings come out Monday. She blew away qualifer Alexandra Stevenson 6-1, 6-1 to reach her second career grand slam.
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[S-COMMONWEALTH]


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The 10th annual Commonwealth Games got started today with the Equestrian Sports.
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The Roanoke City Mounted Police with the help of a junior officer from the Therapeutic riding club served as the color guard.
The competition offers the three Olympic disciplines: dressage which is similar to figure eights in skating, jumping which is a straight timed event and a combination of dressage and jumping.
This is the first year riders with disabilities also competed.
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The hot weather has prompted some adjustments for both the horse and rider.
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More than a hundred riders competed in this year's event, the most ever.
Next year the competition will expand to two days
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Steve Marino, a sophomore at the University of Virginia, is the Virginia Amateur champion.
Marino from Fairfax beat Keith Decker of Fieldale 5 and 4 in the afternoon match to claim the title.
Marino started the day 4 under par for the first holes and he never gave up that lead on his way to the title.



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And finally tonight, not only is it the Fourth of July weekend, it's also the beginning of Elephant Appreciation week.
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The Indianapolis Zoo is showing off their multi-talented elephants.
If you thought their trunks were only used for eating, think again.
Slam dunking is no problem for this elephant who also moonlights as a painter...
His art work by the way is available at the zoo's gift store.
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That's News 7 at 11. If you are thinking about catching fireworks tomorrow, we'll get you in the mood a little early, with fireworks TONIGHT from the Salem Fair.
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