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Ten people are arrested after a drug bust in Lynchburg...
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and an accident at a boat race near Baltimore leaves four people injured. we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.


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10 people are facing drug charges after authorities made arrests yesterday. It was part of a six year investigation by police and sheriff's departments throughout Virginia who have been investigating drugs coming through Lynchburg.
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Yesterday afternoon at the Federal Building in Lynchburg, investigators announced that the 10 indivduals distributed over 300 kilograms of crack cocaine from New York into the Lynchburg area for the last six years. The arrests were made Friday and early Saturday morning. Authorties say getting these men off the street will make a big difference in the community.
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((TONY GIORNO/ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEY; BEING ABLE TO TAKE OUT THIS ORGANIZATION WILL HAVE A SIGNIFICANT IMPACTON DRUG TRAFFIC IN LYNCHBURG AND THE SURROUND AREA AS WELL))
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All ten people are charged with conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine. If convicted they could face 5 years to life in prison.
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Crews will continue to clean up additional fuel that was spilled in yesterday's tractor trailer accident in Montgomery County.
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Traffic backed up for miles after a tractor trailor traveling north bound apparently blew a tire, causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle.
The driver managed to safely stop the vehicle.. and no one was injured in the accident.
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((JUST LUCKY.. THE OTHER CARS WERE AROUND ME, BUT I NEVER TOUCHED ANYBODY.. I DON'T KNOW HOW IT HAPPENED. Betty Jones/ IF HE HADN'T FOUGHT IT LIKE HE DID, HE WOULD BE IN THE DITCH.))
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Traffic was detoured to route 11 while crews worked to clear up debris and hundred's of gallons of diesel fuel left at the scene.
Both lanes were opened up at around 7:30 last night. However the shoulder of the road will be blocked for about two weeks while crews make repairs and clean up additional fuel.
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Two power boats collided during a race injuring four people.
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It happened on a river near Baltimore, Maryland, yesterday.
Two boats were making the final turn of the race near the Francis Scott Key Memorial Bridge.
One boat made a turn in front of the other and the second boat continued forward, rode over the turning boat's bow and flipped.
One racer was taken to the hospital with head and back injuries and another race member and two rescue workers suffered burns from the racing fuel in the water.
The crash happened in the second day of the Chesapeake Challenge.
The race was suspended for the day.
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A local hardware store held water conservation seminars.
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Lowe's offered water saving tips to residents intersted in finding items to help cut-back on water usage yesterday.

Participants learned there are more than 100 items that cost as little as three dollars but save more than 50-percent of the water.
Free water saving shower heads were also given out.
This was a joint effort with Project Impact, an organization that works with the Federal Emergency Management Agency on building disaster resistant communities.


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Still to come on News7 Sunday Morning....... In sports , Roy Stanley has Roanoke Wrath highlights...
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and You know about Woodstock '69 and you've probably heard about Woodstock '99, but do you remember the one that was in between? We'll take a look back in this week's Virginia Newsreel.

but first here are the lottery numbers.....
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A local hospital is adding new emergency room facilities and a ceratin segment of the population is off the list for donating blood. Tonya Flory has the details in this week's health check report.
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(( Lewis-Gale Medical Center is expanding to meet the needs of the community. Construction is underway to build a new emergency department that will double the space available in the current facility.
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The new E-R is expected to start taking patiennt by fall of the year 2000.
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Meantime, on the maternity care center of the hospital -- the safety of the youngest patients is a priority. A beefed up security system includes electronic transmitters attached to the baby's leg soon after delivery to prevent abduction.
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And a growing trend among teenagers is making them the wrong type to give blood. The American Red Cross won't accept blood from anyone who has gotten a tatto or body piercing in the past year. They say it's an issue of sterility.
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((DI MYERS/ PHLEBOTOMIST: WHETHER THEY USE NEW NEEDLES VERSUS NEEDLES THAT HAVE BEEN PUT IN AN AUTOCLAVE BECAUSE OF THE CHANCE OF HEPATITIS.))
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No laws exist in Virginia to date regulating tattoo and piercing businesses. And there is a loophole in the Red Cross' rules if the donor is persistent. People with body piercings can give blood if they have documentation to prove that it was done in a sterile environment. Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check.))

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Woodstock was a rock and roll concert that helped define a generation.
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In 1969, Musicians like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Joe Cocker and Santana played to more than 400-thousand concert-goers on Max Yasgur's farm in the Catskills of New York. Woodstock was marked by peace, love, music, and mud.
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Although times have changed, scenes from the 25-th anniversary of Woodstock were reminiscent of the 1969 concert. In this week's Virginia Newsreel we look back at Woodstock 94.


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((On August 12-th 1994, a car load of Roanokers left for Woodstock 2.
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It wasn't a cheap trip.
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and don't forget the drive. One Roanoke group drove 11 hours only to find the parking lot was a three hour hike from the concert site. But it wasn't about all that. For some Woodstock 2 was not only a chance to rekindle the past , but a chance for a new generation to ignite a woodstock legend of its own.
Some people who went to the original concert, didn't think that would happen.
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(( WENDI SCHULTZ/1969 CONCERT-GOER: I THINK IT WAS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME HAPPENING. I DON'T THINK THERE WILL EVER BE ANYTHING LIKE IT AGAIN.)) [RUNS:08]
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Although times had changed, there were similarities. Concert goers sported peace signs and tye-dye shirts plus bands who played to the '69 crowd took the stage again 25 years later. Musicians like Crosby, Stills, and Nash, Joe Cocker, and The Band joined music newcomers Nine Inch Nails, Melissa Ethridge, and Cyprus Hill.
Roanokers Steve Will and Randy Weddle remember how the rains soaked the crowd turning everything into a mudbath. ((RANDY WEDDLE/WOODSTOCK SURVIVOR:THERE'S NOT MUCH YOU CAN SAY ABOUT IT EXCEPT THAT IT WAS ALL OVER THE PLACE.)) ((STEVE WILLS/WOODSTOCK SURVIVOR: YOU WOULD JUST STICK YOUR FOOT OUT AND IT WOULD GO UP TO YOUR ANKLE IN MUCK.)) Heat was also a problem. Hundreds of people were treated for heat exhaustion, while most everyone else suffered through minor nightmares like traffic, parking, garbage and the crowds. But despite all that, most people said the music made it all worthwhile.

That's Virginia Newsreel.))[Sports-plays]


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Don Monson will take the reins of the University of Minnesota basketball team.


Monson led Gonzaga to 52 wins in the last two seasons and took his team to the final eight of the N-C-double-A tournament last March.
He replaces Clem Haskins who stepped down after an academic scandal.
UVA's Terry Holland withdrew his name from consideration for the Minnesota job last week.


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Layoffs at Ingersoll Rand and a late night Roanoke landmark closes it's doors.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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This week on the Review:
Valleydale workers vote this weekend on a labor contract they hope will put more meat on their paychecks.
The average food packer earns about eight dollars an hour.
The union wants what it calls a "significant" raise. [99-15 at 1:12:08]
It looks like waters have calmed in another labor dispute.
Newport News Shipbuilding confirms it reached an agreement with striking Steelworkers.
If the union ratifies the deal, it would end a 15-week stalemate. [Ingersoll]
Weak foreign economies are chisling away at Ingersoll Rand's sales.
The mining equipment maker laid off 10 percent of its workforce ...
blaming a slumping demand for rock drills in Europe and Asia. [99-27 at 27:09]
Bassett Furniture will pay 575-thousand dollars for allegedly violating the federal Clean Air Act.
The Environmental Protection Agency fined Bassett, saying the company's boilers had been polluting the air. [Little Chef]
A late-night landmark stopped cooking in Roanoke.
The Little Chef Restaurant said it couldn't compete with big chains.
It was a Williamson Road fixture for almost 50-years. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
On Wall Street, worries about interest rates made it a losing week.
The Dow lost 299 points.
The Nasdaq dropped 172.
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...... A man is taken into custody in connection with a murder in Yosemite National Park...
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and a Georgia gunman is dead after a 15 hour standoff with police...
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The FBI is expected to make a significant announcement today about the most recent murder inside Yosemite National Park.
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The body of 26-year-old Joie (JOH'-ee) Ruth Armstrong was found Thursday.
She'd been decapitated.
Police are questioning Cary Stayner, a maintenance man who works at a lodge on the western edge of Yosemite.
Armstrong's body was found about four miles from the lodge.
Stayner was picked up yesterday at a nudist colony outside Sacramento.
The lead F-B-I agent also backed off his earlier comment that there is no evidence linking this case to the murders of three female sightseers near Yosemite earlier this year.
He says new information may cause him to ``modify'' his statement.
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Two police officers and the gunman were killed during a standoff in Georgia yesterday.
Another officer was wounded.
It began Friday night.
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40 year old Greg Smith had barricaded himself and his 73-year-old mother inside their house for more than 15 hours.

Police surrounded it and blocked off the street in the suburban neighborhood near Atlanta.
The first officer on the scene was wounded when he tried to arrest Smith.
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The two Cobb County officers, 35 year old Sgt. Steve Reeves, and 32 year old Officer Stephen Gilner, were killed late Friday when they stormed the home to arrest Smith.
Police say they tried negotiating, but sent in a SWAT team when it became apparent Smith's mother was in danger.
Police shot fatally shot Smith to end the standoff.
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There were some tense moments for security guards when two prisioners escaped from custody.
The two men were being transported from Tennessee to the Red Onion facility yesterday morning, when they stopped in Smythe County for the morning meal, that's when the two made their escape.
Police captured one of the prisioners shortly after the incident.
However the second one, identified as 31 year old Reginald Yelverton, stole a car near the Triangle Exxon.
He wrecked while turning off exit 32 from Interstate 81, and from there ran on foot.
Two police helicopters and dogs were sent on the hunt---Yelverton was recaptured 8 hours later.

Right now all prisioners are in custody at the Red Onion facility.

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In another week, Pluma will close down its Chatham sewing plant, and soon after, its Alta Vista plant, leaving 330 Southside workers without jobs.
Marya Jones takes a look at what's next for the financially-burdened company and its workers.
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(( Alvenis Daye and her coworkers are saying good-bye to their longtime careers.
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When the Pluma Chatham plant closes its doors, Daye, and some 130 other workers there will have to make a fresh start.
Their company is one of the last in the area to send its sewing jobs to Mexico and Honduras.
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Workers here will be eligible for Trade-Act benefits.
They can return to school for two years to train for a new job... and draw unemployment.
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((MARY WHITE/PLUMA WORKER: I'M 39. I'LL BE 40 IN SEPTEMBER. AND TO MAKE THIS TRANSITION NOW -- EVEN THOUGH I HAVE WORKED AND GONE TO SCHOOL BEFORE -- IS STILL JUST HARD BECAUSE NOW I HAVE MORE RESPONSIBILITY.)) [RUNS:10]
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((MARYA JONES/NEWS 7: BUT THE WORKERS AREN'T THE ONLY ONES FACING THE UNCERTAINTY OF STARTING OVER. PLUMA ITSELF FILED FOR CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY TWO MONTHS AGO. AND SINCE THEN, IT'S STRUGGLED TO SAVE ITSELF.)) [RUNS:10]
Vice President of Human Resources David Green says the company won't be able to do it alone.
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((DAVE GREEN/PLUMA: SO WHAT WE HAVE TO DO TO BE SUCCESSFUL IS INTEREST SOME NEW FINANCIERS IN PROVIDING SOME FINANCING FOR US TO GO FORWARD.)) [RUNS:15]
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Pluma lost 36-million dollars last year.
They'll try to make it back by making higher-quality sweatshirts...
Hoping better sales will boost the bottom line and save a company that's hanging on by a thread. Marya Jones, News 7. ))

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When a disaster strikes the area, state and local agencies rely on amateur radio operators to provide detailed information. They're often called "hams" and yesterday, they were training in Blacksburg.
Joy Sutton has more.
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((Terry McCrickard has been an amateur radio operator in Franklin County for ten years.
It's a volunteer job, that he says allows him to help his community in times of crisis.
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About a hundred amateur radio operators came out to the regional emergency training session held at Virginia Tech.


Also on the agenda -- preparing for a potential Y2K crisis.
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((FRED VINCENT/VA DEPT. EMERGENCY SERVICES: WE ARE BEING PREPARED SO IF THE TELEPHONE SYSTEM HAVE A PROBLEM ACROSS THE STATE. THE STATE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTERS IN RICHMOND WILL BE ABLE TO COMMUNICATE WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES)) [RUNS12]
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Virginia State Senator John Edwards has been a strong supporter of the amateur radio operators and says their assistance is invaluable.
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These operators are the eyes and ears of the community, making sure that when disaster hits home, no one is left in the dark about what is going on.
Joy Sutton, News7, Blacksburg.))







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Friends and family celebrate the lives of Lauren Bessette and Carolyn and John F. Kennedy Junior last night.
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Last night's candlelight service in the hometown of sisters Lauren Bessette and Carolyn Bessette Kennedy marked an end of a tearful week of goodbyes.
Members of the Kennedy family joined friends like Lauren's classmate David Dall.
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The NTSB says it will be at least six months before the investigation into the plane crash is complete.
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A new exhibit highlighting West African Culture is now open at the Art Museum of Western, Virginia.
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A performance by Ancestral Footprints a West African dance and drumming group kicked-off the exhibit called Celebration and Ceremony: West African Traditions.
The exhibit includes masks, sculptures and other cultural items from the continent.
Kids who came out to the display got a chance to make their own African masks and listen to traditional tales.
The Art Museum will host the exhibit until June 25th of next year.
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Still to come on News 7......
In this week's Virginia Profiles, Joy Sutton introduces us to a chef who is creative in the kitchen

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and fasten your seat belts, we're going racing at the 460 Speedway in Montvale in this week's Sports Extra , but first if you are traveling today. [Andrew ad-lib into the travel forecast]
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The city paper recently gave him the legend award for most creative Chef in the Roanoke Metro area.
In this weeks Virginia Profile, Joy Sutton takes us into the kitchen of Andy Schlosser.


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((Andy Schlosser has been cooking since he was a kid, helping out in his parents restaurant.
And now he is a chef at the Landing Restaurant on Bernard Landing, that both he and his parents own.
Schlosser never went to school to become a chef but learned many of his techniques from watching television cooking shows.
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[IN Q=The discovery channel and]

((THE DISCOVERY CHANNEL AND WATCHING GREAT CHEF ON A REGULAR BASIS. AND I WAS QUITE RELIGIOUS ABOUT IT, I TAPED THESE THINGS AND CHECK IT OUT)) [RUNS7]
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Schlosser says he creates art with food, tantalizing more than just the mouth, but the eyes as well.
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((QUITE A BIT OF TIME IS SPENT WITH THE PLATE PRESENTATION...THAT'S A BIG PART OF WHAT I DO AND WE LIKE TO HAVE ENOUGH TIME BEFORE IT GOES OUT TO GUESTS TO REALLY PAY ATTENTION TO HOW THE FOOD LOOKS)) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=how the food looks]


A lot of preparation time goes into making the meal...but actual cooking time is usually around five minutes.
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(( A LOT OF VERY HIGH HEAT COOKING, PAN STIRRING, VERY, VERY FRESH PRODUCTS THAT DON'T NEED A WHOLE TIME TO COOK)) [RUNS8]
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Combining the cooking styles of various cultures from French to Carribean...are one of the ways Schlosser creates new dishes.
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((MOST OF THE TIME I COME UP WITH IT IN MY SLEEP... I WAKE-UP AND WRITE THINGS ON THE SIDE OF MY BED)) [RUNS5]
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During the summer season most of the entrees are made with fresh fish, but during the winter months quail, duck, and venison usually make up the main course.
Schlosser hopes to put the Roanoke Valley on the map, as a place to find great food.
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((: ONE OF MY MAIN GOALS IS TO SEE THIS AREA, ROANOKE AND SO FORTH HAVE A LITTLE MORE culinary AWARENESS AND KIND OF BECOME A NEAT CITY FOR RESTAURANTS)) [RUNS8]
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And Schlosser is well on his way to making a name for himself...creating art in the kitchen and making food that many people have come to love.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Franklin County.))