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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Andrew Freiden
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It Sunday July 18-th And Welcome to New-7 Sunday Morning. There's lots of news and sports ahead, but first let's get a peek at the weather.
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[ESS-C/FULL=]"WEATHER STORY"
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The search will resume today for the small plane carrying John F. Kennedy Junior, his wife and sister-in-law.
The plane was reported missing yesterday.
The Coast Guard and Air National Guard used helicopters and a plane searching overnight with infra-red equipment.
But a low haze has grounded the search.
CBS Corespondent Lee Cowan joins us now from Hyannisport, MA
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SUNDAY WILL BE A DAY OF PRAYER HERE AT THE KENNEDY FAMILY COMPOUND IN THE WAKE OF A NIGHT FILLED WITH DISCOURAGING NEWS.
MORE PIECES OF WRECKAGE AND PERSONAL ITEMS HAD BEEN FOUND FLOATING IN THE WATERS JUST OFF MARTHA'S VINEYARD - MANY BEARING THE NAMES OF THE VICTIMS ON BOARD.
((COURTESY: BOSTON GLOBE NEWSPAPER))
(( SUPER: MICHAEL O'KEEFE/ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY "A suitcase with a business card, and in the suitcase -- there's also a prescription bottle with the name of Carolyn Kennedy."
THE PIECES OF THE PLANE ARE SMALL - A LANDING GEAR AND TIRE - A SEAT - A PEDDLE COVER - LEADING INVESTIGATORS TO BELIEVE IF THEY ARE INDEED FROM A PIPER SARATOGA LIKE THE ONE JOHN F. KENNEDY'S HAD, THE PLANE HIT THE WATER WITH TREMENDOUS FORCE.
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AS DAY 2 OF THE SEARCH GETS UNDERWAY, RESCUE CREWS WILL BE USING EVERYTHING FROM THE HUMAN EYE TO HIGH TECHNOLOGY. A-T-V'S WILL BE COMBING THE BEACH LOOKING FOR MORE CLUES IN THE SURF -- AND UNDERWATER SONAR WILL SCAN FOR WRECKAGE.
A TEAM OF DIVERS IS STANDING BY TOO -- BUT SO FAR - THEY HAVE NO WHERE TO LOOK.
(( SUPER: CAPT. ROBERT BYRD/MA STATE POLICE )) "Until a significant amount of wreckage is located, or a specific location is pinpointed, we do not have a mission for these people yet.
FOR THOSE LEFT BEHIND - IT IS ANOTHER TRAGEDY FOR THE KENNEDYS - BUT ALSO FOR THE BISSETT FAMILY - TWO SISTERS MISSING AFTER A SINGLE ACCIDENT, UNDER THE LORE OF A FAMILY THAT IS AS CLOSE TO ROYALTY AS THIS COUNTRY CAN GET.

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"I was really shocked - something like this comes along."))))


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Former Symbionese Liberation Army member Kathleen Soliah (SOH'-lee-ah) could soon be out of jail.
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Her husband says one million dollars has been raised for her bail.
Soliah faces a bail hearing Tuesday in Los Angeles.
If she makes bail, she'll have to wear an electronic monitoring system.
Soliah has pleaded innocent to planting bombs under two Los Angeles police cars in 1975 as a member of the radical S-L-A. Neither bomb exploded.
Since then, she's spent most of the time in the St. Paul, Minnesota area, living under a different name.


She married and had three children. Supporters say she's active in her church and community.
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18-year-old Brandon D. Portor of Roanoke has been arrested and faces murder charges.
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Police responding to gun shots Thursday night on Hunt Avenue in Northwest Roanoke and found Victor Anderson with a gunshot wound to the side of the head.
He died Friday morning.
According to neighbors, Porter and Anderson had previous confrontations.
Porter is being held in the Roanoke City Jail without bond.
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Some AEP employees repair power lines on a daily basis, but they also repair lines in a competition. A-E-P line mechanics rodeo kicked-off yesterday.
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Line mechanics from Abingdon, Pulaski, Rocky Mount, and throughout Virginia came out to participate in the third annual competition.
They climbed poles, repaired power lines, and demonstrated rescuing skills.
There were two categories of competition those working in teams...and those competing alone.
Scoring categories included work performance, equipment handling, and time efficiency.
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((TOM AYRES/AEP MANAGER: IT'S JUST WORKING AS A TEAM, COORDINATING ON THE POLE, MOVING LINES MAKING SURE THEY'RE COVERED UP SAFELY. AND JUST A WHOLE VARIETY OF TASKS THEY ENCOUNTER IN THE REAL WORLD.))
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The winners will go on to competition in the International Rodeo event in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Still to come on News7 Sunday Morning....... In this week's Virginia Newsreel, Keith Humphry takes a look back at the fight to close the Kim-Stan Landfill
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and Chris Camuto of the Wilderness Society is here speaking out against logging in Wilderness areas.

but first here are the lottery numbers.....
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The Kim-Stan landfill has been closed for nine years but Allegheny County residents say they are still plagued by contaminated runoff and bad odors.
They hope a diversion ditch County officials announced Monday will make a difference.
In this week's Virginia Newsreel, Keith Humphry details the long fight to close the landfill.
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((They called themselves dump busters. A group of Alleghany County residents who had one goal in the late 1980's-- to close the Kim-Stan landfill. The landfill opened in 1972 and accepted garbage for 16 years, but in 1988 the dump started taking out of state trash.
Residents complained about truck traffic and pollution, saying run off from the site was damaging the enviornment.
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((HERE WE GOT GAS AND STUFF IS RUNNING OUT THE LANDFILL COMING ACROSS HERE AND RUNNING INTO THE JACKSON RIVER NOW WE GOT FOUR TRUCK LOADS OF DEAD FISH DOWN HERE . THE PEOPLE DOWN BELOW US DOESN'T REALIZE WHAT'S GOING ON UP HERE)) [RUNS20]
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Authorities were aware of the situation. The Virginia Department of Waste Management ordered the landfill closed in 1989 because of the toxic run off.
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((NO MORE TRUCKS ARE COMING INTO THE LANDFILL UNTIL THE WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD SAYS THEY CAN DUMP AGAIN)) [RUNS06]
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Kim-Stan had to collect, haul away, and dispose of the hazerdous materials leaching from the site. The landfill was closed for about two weeks. Then the trucks were legally delivering out of state garbage again. The state had closed Kim-Stan, but a federal magistrate re-opened the site. In July, the Attorney General's office struck a deal with Kim-Stan imposing 200-thousand dollars in fines, but allowing the site to remain open. That angered a lot of residents.
At the same time, there was still a call to clean up the site. A federal judge ordered Kim-Stan to stop the flow of polluted liquids into nearby streams. The state water control board kept a close eye on the situation, requiring Kim-Stan to clean up the contaimination and stop the seepage into the groundwater and the Jackson River. Kim-Stan had to comply with the state code.
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((AS FAR AS THE WATER CONTROL BOARD IS CONCERNED AS LONG AS THEY COMPLY WITH WATER QUALITY STANDARDS AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT THEY WILL BE ABLE TO CONITNUE TO OPERATE)) [RUNS09]
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In less than a year, State officials said Kim-Stan landfill had failed to clean up it's act and the state should move quickly to stabilize the site.
Attorney General Mary Sue Terry asked a judge to shut down the operation because of new violations. The landfill closed in May of 1990. That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))

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The EPA is investigating 3 of Henry County's biggest furniture factories.
And Franklin Manor is shutting down.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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[NOTHING ON CHROMAKEY THIS WEEK] [5-99-9 at 53:57] (( This week on the Review ...
It started at Stanley Furniture ... then the Environmental Protection Agency added Hooker and Bassett.
In two days the EPA announced it's investigating each of Henry County's big three furniture companies where faulty boilers might have polluted the air. [99-19 at 1:10:27]
The Franklin County nursing home that's been in critical financial condition is giving up its fight.
Franklin Manor is shutting down, saying it has lost 50-thousand dollars each month this year.
Some employees are under investigation for sexual abuse and not giving residents their medicine. [99-17 at 1:27:01]
Could a new passenger rail service come rolling into town?
That's what a new study recommends.
Transportation officials are asking Virginia to come up with nine million dollars, paying for train routes between Bristol and Washington, and between Roanoke and Richmond. [99-24 at 57:12]
First Union had already lowered earnings expectations twice this year.
So it wasn't a surprise when the Charlotte bank announced second quarter profits were down 9-point-three percent from last year.
The nation's sixth biggest bank said it won't close any more branches or lay off any more workers. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
It was another record-breaking week on Wall Street.
The Dow climbed 16-points to a record 11-thousand-209.
The Nasdaq's new all-time high is 28-64.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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Coming up in the second half hour of News 7 Sunday Morning...... The search for the missing plane piloted by John F. Kennedy Junior continues today...
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and more on the shooting of a murder suspect in Campbell County...
we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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The search will continue today for the missing plane piloted by John F. Kennedy Junior.
A low haze grounded the overnight air search and restricted the search to boats.
Kennedy, his wife and sister-in-law were reportedly on the plane when it went down.
Lee Cowen has the latest.
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SUNDAY WILL BE A DAY OF PRAYER HERE AT THE KENNEDY FAMILY COMPOUND IN THE WAKE OF A NIGHT FILLED WITH DISCOURAGING NEWS.
MORE PIECES OF WRECKAGE AND PERSONAL ITEMS HAD BEEN FOUND FLOATING IN THE WATERS JUST OFF MARTHA'S VINEYARD - MANY BEARING THE NAMES OF THE VICTIMS ON BOARD.
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(( SUPER: MICHAEL O'KEEFE/ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY _ "A suitcase with a business card, and in the suitcase -- there's also a prescription bottle with the name of Carolyn Kennedy."
THE PIECES OF THE PLANE ARE SMALL - A LANDING GEAR AND TIRE - A SEAT - A PEDDLE COVER - LEADING INVESTIGATORS TO BELIEVE IF THEY ARE INDEED FROM A PIPER SARATOGA LIKE THE ONE JOHN F. KENNEDY'S HAD, THE PLANE HIT THE WATER WITH TREMENDOUS FORCE.
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AS DAY 2 OF THE SEARCH GETS UNDERWAY, RESCUE CREWS WILL BE USING EVERYTHING FROM THE HUMAN EYE TO HIGH TECHNOLOGY. A-T-V'S WILL BE COMBING THE BEACH LOOKING FOR MORE CLUES IN THE SURF -- AND UNDERWATER SONAR WILL SCAN FOR WRECKAGE.
A TEAM OF DIVERS IS STANDING BY TOO -- BUT SO FAR - THEY HAVE NO WHERE TO LOOK.
(( SUPER: CAPT. ROBERT BYRD/MA STATE POLICE )) "Until a significant amount of wreckage is located, or a specific location is pinpointed, we do not have a mission for these people yet.
FOR THOSE LEFT BEHIND - IT IS ANOTHER TRAGEDY FOR THE KENNEDYS - BUT ALSO FOR THE BISSETT FAMILY - TWO SISTERS MISSING AFTER A SINGLE ACCIDENT, UNDER THE LORE OF A FAMILY THAT IS AS CLOSE TO ROYALTY AS THIS COUNTRY CAN GET.

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"I was really shocked - something like this comes along."
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An accident on 220 last night claimed the life of a Clifton Forge man. It happened north of route 17-06 in Alleghany County at around eleven PM.
Police say fifty year old George Lewis Morgan Junior ran off the right side of the road and hit an enbankment.


The car then crossed over to the left, went over an enbankment, and became wedged between two trees.


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A Campbell County deputy appears to have acted properly when he shot and killed a murder suspect last night during a confrontation. That is according to authorities.
Steve Smallshaw tells us that it has been more than 20 years since an incident like this has happened in Campbell County.
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(( Authorities say 29- year- old Farrakhan Ali Wright apparently came to the Pines Village apartments Friday night with murder on his mind.
Police say Wright kicked in the door of his ex- girlfriend's apartment and began stabbing her... 22- year- old Keandra Denise Carter fled from her home, but Wright chased her down and continued his attack on the front lawn.
That's when Campbell County deputies Lee Owen and Kevin Schmitt arrived on the scene..
Owen and Schmitt ordered Wright to drop the knife.. Wright refused and first tried to cut his own throat, then charged at Schmitt with the weapon raised.
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((ROBERT MAXEY/CAMPBELL CO. SHERIFF: SERGEANT SCHMITT FIRED MORE THAN ONE SHOT, HITTING THE SUSPECT AT LEAST TWICE, BEFORE THE SUSPECT FELL TO THE GROUND.))
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In fact, Sergeant Schmitt fired FIVE times.. the bullet casings littering the parking lot near his squad car.
Both Wright and Carter were pronounced dead at the scene.. police do NOT believe Carter, who suffered multiple stab wounds, was hit by any of the deputy's gunfire.
The suspect WAS wearing surgical gloves.. an indication, Maxey says, that he was there for a purpose.
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Maxey says several witnesses back up the deputy's version of the shooting.. both have been placed on administrative leave while state police conduct an investigation.
Autopsies will be performed next week.

Steve Smallshaw, News7, Campbell County.))[11Comic-Store]


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A 25-hundred foot game center is open in Roanoke.
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The new Star City Comics and Games facility is a first of kind for Southwest, Virginia.
The game center will be used to host tournaments and organized play for various card games.
And as part of the grand opening the center hosted a "Magic the Gathering Tournament."
More than a hundred people turned out to compete in tournament.
"Magic the Gathering" is a trading card game played between two players. The goal of the game is to reduce your competitors score from 20 to 0 through a series of attacks and defense moves.
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((PETE HOEFLING/STAR CITY COMICS AND GAMES: WHAT IT DOES IS TAKES THE BLUFFING SKILL OF A CARD GAME SUCH AS POKER AND MERGERS TOGETHER A STRATEGY GAME LIKE CHESS AND IT JUST USES CARDS AS OPPOSED TO PIECES.))
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Hoefling hopes the game center will eventually host video game and computer game tournaments.

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Still to come on News 7
In sports.....we'll have highlights from the Commonwealth Games.
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and a little girl's dream comes true thanks to the make a wish foundation. Tina Tenret tells us her story in Virginia profiles coming up in just a few minutes.
, but first if you are traveling today. [Andrew ad-lib into the travel forecast]
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A trip to Disney World will excite any child, but for one Franklin County girl, it was her wish come true.
Her recent adventure came courtesy of the Make-A-Wish Foundation -- because three-year-old Lillie Smith has cancer.
In this week's Virginia Profile, Tina Tenret shows us what's special about Lillie.

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Lillie Smith's grandfather was there two years ago when doctors found a tumor in the infant's stomach.
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She underwent chemotherapy and surgery.
The tumor's still there but for now, the cancer's in remission.
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Then, along came the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a non-profit group that makes sick children smile.
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((LORRIE SMITH/LILLIE'S MOTHER: THEY CAME TO THE HOUSE FROM RICHMOND AND TOLD HER SHE COULD HAVE ANY WISH SHE WANTED AND SHE TOLD THEM SHE WANTED TO GO SEE MICKEY MOUSE. BUTT BUTT BUTT LILLIE SMITH: THAT'S MICKEY AND MINNIE AND ME AND BUBBA!)) [RUNS12]
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Local schoolchildren and community groups helped raise money for Lillie's trip.
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((LORRIE SMITH/LILLIE'S MOTHER: THEY PAID FOR EVERYTHING. THEY BROUGHT A LIMO TO OUR HOUSE, TOOK US TO THE AIRPORT AND PAID FOR ALL OUR AIRFARE. BUTT BUTT BUTT MAURICE SMITH/LILLIE'S FATHER: SHE WAS SCARED OF SOME OF THE ANIMALS BUT AS LONG AS SHE HAD HER DADDY THERE BESIDE HER, SHE WOULD GO OVER AND TAKE A PICTURE WITH THEM. BUTT BUTT BUTT TINA TENRET/NEWS7: WHO'S THIS? LILLIE SMITH: DADDY!!)) [RUNS17]
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Lillie must still go every three months for a battery of blood tests, an MRI, and a CATSCAN.
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((LORRIE SMITH/MOTHER: THER'ES YOU, GETTING MORE TREATMENTS DONE. LILLIE SMITH: YUP.)) [RUNS05]
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((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: IS THAT PAINFUL FOR A CHILD? LORRIE SMITH/MOTHER: SOME, BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO STICK HER, PUT AN IV IN HER, AND SHE'S THERE ALL DAY LONG AND IT'S ROUGH ON HER. TAKES A LOT OUT OF HER, AND IT SCARES HER.)) [RUNS10]
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But ask her about it --
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((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: WHAT HAPPENED IN THAT PICTURE? WHO IS THAT? LILLIE SMITH: THAT'S ME! TENRET: AND WHAT HAPPENED THEN? LILLIE SMITH: I GOT SICK RIGHT THERE.)) [RUNS10]
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And she shrugs it off for more important things.
After all, this girl's got Mickey on her mind.
Tina Tenret News7 ))