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Next on News 7 at Six, blistering heat continues... we'll have the latest advisories plus advice for you and your car.
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And a Covington man is convicted in a 23 year old murder case.

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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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And coming up, The Yankees and Red Sox battled in Boston today Jim Leyritz is back in New York.
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And quarterback Donovan McNabb comes to terms with the Philadelphia Eagles.
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[WX-Head]
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Very high heat and humidity will continue tomorrow, with some relief coming in the form of afternoon thunderstorms. Details coming up.[open]
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[Andrew-Wx]


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Well if you stepped outside today the heat hit you like a brick wall. Temperatures soared causing an excessive heat advisory. Let's check in with Andrew Freiden to see how much longer we can expect these temperatures.
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[Car-heat]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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[WRITER=jsu]
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Your car is not immune to the heat. And taking time to check certain parts on your vehichle can be the difference between driving safely or being broken-down on the side of the road.
Joy Sutton joins us from the newsroom with details on how to keep your car safe in the heat.
[Double Boxes=Eric/Joy]


For the second consecutive week,
[Live=Joy]


Triple A- has issued a heat advisory for Virginia.
The agency has been flooded with calls for road side service, often from vehicles overheating.
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(( When it's hot outside many people don't think to check their anti-freeze levels, hoses, or temperature gauge.

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((JOY SUTTON REPORTER: IT NEVER CROSSES YOUR MIND TO CHECK ON YOUR COOLING FLUIDS OR THING LIKE THAT? ////JESSE TAYLOR: NO I DON'T. I JUST TREAT IT LIKE I DO ANY OTHER TIME OF THE YEAR))
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But mechanic Pat Flint says checking your car in the hot weather is something you don't want to forget.
This summer he's received numerous calls where vehicles have broken down.
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((PAT FLINT/MECHANIC: THE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM PUTS AN ADDITIONAL DRAIN ON THE AUTOMOBILE ELECTRIC SYSTEM. YOU'LL SEE A LOT OF ALTERNATOR AND BATTERIES GO OUT DO TO EXTREME HOT WEATHER.))
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And the air conditioner can also cause a vehicle to overheat---which can cause damage to the engine.
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((PAT FLINT/MECHANIC: IF THAT CAR GETS UP TO THAT HOT MARK. IT CAN BASICALLY COOK THE ENGINE. IT'S JUST ABOUT AS BAD AS RUNNING THE CAR WITHOUT ANY OIL IN IT))
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Flint's advice is to not run the air conditoner when the vehicle is sitting idle, like in a traffic jam.
And if the car overheats turn it off immediately.
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Joyce Bradford with Triple-A say they're swamped with calls from motorist stranded on the road--and the wait time for a tow truck can be up to two hours in some areas.
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((JOYCE BRADFORD/TRIPLE-A: THIS A WORST TIME OF YEAR FOR US. WE HAVE MANY, MANY MORE CALLS IN THE SUMMER TIME THAN WE DO IN THE WINTER))
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Triple-A wants to remind drivers not to leave cell phones in the vehicle...because the inside of the phone can melt and wear down the battery.))
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Triple-A is advising motorists to: run errands in the early morning or evening hours, all at one time and to keep bottled water in the vehicle..
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And as always don't leave the elderly or children waiting inside the car.
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[Humphries]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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A retired Covington businessman was found guilty of a 23 year old murder last night.
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A jury in Putnam County, West Virginia convicted Carroll Eugene Humphries of conspiring to kill Billy Ray Abshire in 1976.
Abshire died in a car bombing.
Humphries then married Abshire's widow.
Humphries faces a possible life sentence, his lawyer says he will appeal the conviction.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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The two men Humphries hired to carry out the bombing were convicted in earlier trials.
Charges against Abshire's widow, Katherine Abshire Humphries, were dropped due to lack of evidence.


[Ring-Stolen]


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A diamond ring was stolen today from a yard sale fundraiser for the Patrick Henry softball team.
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The yard sale was an opportunity for the team to raise money for a trip to Florida to participate in a tournament.


The ring was sitting on this table along with other jewelry when it was stolen.
It was worth about seven-hundred-and-50 dollars.
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((ANNETTE SHAW/ASSISTANTS SOFTBALL COACH: THIS WILL HAVE A MAJOR IMPACT. THIS WAS A VERY EXPENSIVE RING AND IT WAS ONE OF THE ITEMS WE HOPED TO SELL TO MAKE A LARGE PROFIT IN THIS YARD SALE.))
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The team needs to raise 5-thousands dollars for the trip.
And is hoping the person who stole the ring will return it.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN PINNACLE]
[ANCHOR=Eric]


The ring is shaped like a horse shoe, with diamonds all around it.
Anyone with information about the ring is asked call 853-1223 ext 2000, and leave a message.


[IPMS]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=dal]
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Model building is going to take center stage next week when one of the biggest competitions on the east coast comes to Roanoke.
Denise Allen tells us-- members of The International Plastic Modelers Society build everything from sci-fi space crafts to scenes depicting historical events.
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Member of the IPMS of the Roanoke Valley meet monthly to share new techniques in model building.
Tommy Carr showed members how to put rust spots on a model of an old pick up truck.
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You may have seen samples of IPMS members' work at their displays in the shopping malls..
They have also built a diorama that will be used at the Bedford D-Day Memorial
Members say model building is also a good way to teach children history.
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For many of these modelers building is a form of relaxation.
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And Ronnie will have a chance to compete against modelers from up and down the east coast at next weekend's Virginia Shootout.
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The Virginia Shootout is August seventh at the Roanoke Airport Marriot.
Denise Allen News 7. ))










[NAACP]


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Getting people registered to vote is now top of the agenda for the local chapter of the N-Double A -C-P.
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The civil rights organization kicked-off a voter registration drive today at the Rite Aid on Orange Avenue and the CVS on Melrose.
The N-Double A-C-P is hoping to register 5-hundred new voters before the November elections.
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((COURTNEY PENN/ROANOKE NAACP: VOTING IS A PRIVILEGE THAT MANY PEOPLE DIED FOR PARTICULARLY AFRICAN AMERICANS, WOMEN AND NON-LAND OWNING WHITE MEN TO HAVE. SO IT'S IMPORTANT THAT WE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THAT PRIVILEGE))
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Free hot dogs were up for grabs along with stickers encouraging people to vote. The N-Double-A-C-P will hold several more voter registration drives in the near future.

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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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A planned parenthood clinic broke ground this week--coming up we'll take a look back in this week's Business Review.
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Plus residents learn how to protect themselves against crime as National Night Out kicks off.

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[Business-Review]


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A trucking company's debt load gets too heavy to carry.
And a company building a new factory breaks ground by pouring sake on it.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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[NOTHING ON CHROMAKEY THIS WEEK] [99-20 at 1:16:27] (( This week on the Review...
Preston Trucking pulled out of town just days after the company announced it's going out of business.
Headquarters in Maryland said Preston picked up more debt than it could pay back.
More than 80-people worked at terminals in Roanoke and Wytheville. [99-31 at 18:07]
Planned Parenthood dedicated what it said will be a ground-breaking reproductive health-care center.
When it's finished, the two-million-dollar building on Peters Creek Road will provide abortion, adoption and prenatal care services under one roof [Trains]
Norfolk Southern's profits were once again slowed by Conrail.
Problems taking over the Northeastern railroad cost NS an estimated 40-million dollars in revenue during the second quarter.
Profits fell 59 percent from the same period last year. [99-19]
The first tenant in Botetourt County's Greenfields Industrial Park broke ground on its new building by blessing the earth with sake and salt.
Koyo Steering Systems said the traditional Japanese ceremony insures the gods will watch over this division of the auto-parts manufacturer. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
On Wall Street, worries about another potential interest-rate hike spooked the stoock market.
The Dow dropped 256-points.
The Nasda lost 54.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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[Natl-Nightout]


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The Roanoke City Police Department battled the heat today to help teach residents how to fight crime..
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Today's Citizen Appreciation Day at the Roanoke Civic Center is the kick off for National Night Out, a program that gathers community support to fight crime in neighborhoods.
The celebration gave police a chance to meet residents of Roanoke.
The event included everything from games and food to information booths.

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((CITIZEN APPRECIATIONDAY, WHICH WAS JUST AN ATTEMPT TO SHOW APPRECIATION TO THE CITIZENS FOR ALL OF THE THINGS THAT THEY DO TO MAKE ROANOKE AN EXCEPTIONAL PLACE.))
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National Night Out is this Tuesday.
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[Story-Time]


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Dozens off kids came out to the Barnes and Noble near Tanglewood mall today to learn more about frogs.
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The Mill Mountain Zoo brought a tree frog to show to the kids. They even got a chance to get up close and personal with the animal.
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((LUKE VOLOSIN: THEY HAVE LITTLE SUCTION CUPS ON THEIR FEET AND THEY BREATH OUT OF THEIR SKIN))
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The bookstore highlights a new zoo animal every month.
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((LEIGH ANN MEYERS/BARNES AND NOBLE: WE DECIDE THIS WOULD BE A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO SHOWCASE SOME OF THE ANIMALS THAT THE MILL MOUNTAIN ZOO HAS AND LET THE KIDS KNOW ABOUT THE ANIMAL LIFE WE LIVE WITH))
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[VO-NAT]


And the bookstore wants to remind people about the summer reading program. Kids who can show they have read eight books will get a free book from the store.
The program ends September 10th.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Are you looking for an exciting adventure not to far from home this summer?
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Coming up in this week's Time Off go on wild ride down a West Virginia river.
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[Whitewater-Rafting]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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In the midst of a year-long drought, you might be looking for an escape where the water flows freely, even WILDLY.
In this week's "Time Off", Kimberly McBroom and photographer Greg Moore test the waters just a few hours away in West Virginia.
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(( Nicknamed the "Grand Canyon of the East", the New River Gorge is even more impressive looking UP....
For a quarter- century, Mountain River Tours has taken rafters on both the New and Gauley Rivers.
THIS rapids trip on the Lower New River is a fairly tame one..
The ride still gets bumpy at times.....just ask our photographer.
But tour officials say the most typical injury during whitewater rafting, is sunburn.
For seven years, Wayne Workman has introduced the sport to many first- timers.
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((WAYNE WORKMAN/TRIP LEADER: I MAKE IT AS EASY ON THEM AS POSSIBLE. I GO OVER, JUST BASICALLY STEP BY STEP WITH THEM.
I MAKE THEM FEEL REAL COMFORTABLE. I REASSURE THEM EVERY TIME, ESPECIALLY ON THE RAPIDS. I ALWAYS COMPLIMENT THEM STARTING OUT. I TELL THEM THEY DID A GOOD JOB. IT MAKES THEM FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH BEING IN A BOAT.)) [RUNS:24]
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: THESE ARE SAID TO BE THE BEST WHITEWATER RAPIDS EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI. BUT BEFORE YOU SET OFF ON YOUR RIVER ADVENTURE, KEEP SAFETY IN MIND. HELMETS AND LIFEJACKETS ARE REQUIRED GEAR, AND ALSO BE SURE TO WEAR CLOTHING YOU DON'T MIND GETTING WET.)) [RUNS:13]
On the more tranquil sections of river, you might even be tempted to take a quick dip....that is, if your trip leader approves.
Despite the drought, reservoirs on both the New and Gauley Rivers keep a steady supply of water.
The New River's watershed runs 45- hundred square miles.
This allows for a long rafting season...Mountain River Tours accomodates more than 20- thousand people each year.
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((MICHAEL GRAY/MOUNTAIN RIVER TOURS, INC.: I THINK PARTICULARLY IN THE LATE '90S, A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE LOOKING TO BE RE- CONNECTED TO NATURE. AND TO RAFT A RIVER, NATURE'S NATURAL ROLLER COASTER RIDE. SO, YOU'RE SEEING A LOT MORE PEOPLE WANTING A MORE ACTIVE VACATION.)) [RUNS:15]
Gray says much of his marketing is done by word of mouth, and by way of an active itinerary.
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((MICHAEL GRAY/MOUNTAIN RIVER TOURS, INC.: WE OFFER SO MANY ADVENTURE PACKAGES, DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF RIVERS, THEY CAN RUN ON CONSECUTIVE DAYS, OVERNIGHTS ON THE RIVER. WE COMBINE WITH OTHER ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS MOUNTAIN BIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, ROCK CLIMBING, ALL HERE WITHIN THE NEW RIVER GORGE, WHICH IS A NATIONAL PARK.)) [RUNS:16]
But with all the potential for adventure, you might not want to return to land for a while.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Fayette County, West Virginia.))
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[Sports Tease]


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And coming up, The Yankees and Red Sox hooked up today in Boston Jim Leyritz will wear the Yankee pin stripes again.
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[VO-NAT]


And Mike Stevens kicks it around with the Kickers at the Redskin training camp in Frostburg, Maryland.
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[S-Kickers]


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The new quarterbacks and running backs have been getting most of the attention at the Redskins training camp so far, but tonight Mike Stevens introduces us to some other newcomers who are making news just hanging out.
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[S-McNabb]


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The Philadelphia Eagles now have their top draft pick in camp.
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[VO-NAT]
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Donovan McNabb, the overall number two pick in the draft out of Syracuse, ended his holdout by agreeing to a seven year 50 million dollar deal.
He also gets a 12 million dollar signing bonus as part of the deal.
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McNabb enters camp as a back up to starting Eagles quarterback Doug Pederson.



[S-MLB]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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In Major League baseball today, The Yankees were in Boston taking on the Red Sox.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Boston, MA/FOX SPORTS; :]


Roger Clemons was on the mound against his old teammates.
And New York gave him the early lead. The very first batter of the game Chuck Knoblauch drills this pitch sending it over the centerfield wall for a solo homer and a 1 to nothing Yankee lead.
Still in the first Paul O'Neill takes his turn. He hits a solo homer to right field and the Yankees would lead the Sox 2 to nothing.
[SUPER=35-New York/5/Boston/6/;]


The Red Sox got on the board in the bottom of the third Trot Nixon homers off Clemons to make it 2 to 1 and Boston goes on to win it 6 to 5.
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[S-Swim]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-34 tc 1:41:06]
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The Roanoke Valley Aquatic Association's 36 annual City County meet wrapped up this evening.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Radford;]


19 teams from seven different areas came out to compete in the two day event at the Dedmon Center in Radford.
The heats ran from eight A-M to Six tonight, so for the athletes and parents there was a lot of down time.
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[VO-NAT]


Anderson and Chitwood often pick up an audience.
Playing together started as an annual event but now the two have formed a band and play music frequently.
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