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One more fire adds to what is becoming one of the worst fire seasons EVER for the area.
Coming up next, more on the fire burning in Botetourt County tonight.
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And a Roanoke police chase ends this morning when a robbery suspect crashes his getaway car into a house.
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[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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In sports, Steve Mason has a report from the Panthers training camp.
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And Tony Gwynn joins the three thousand hit list after a single in his first at bat in Montreal last night.
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File another dry day into the history books but get ready for a wet one tomorrow. Our best chance of rain in a while tops the Sunday forecast. [open]
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One of the worst forest-fire seasons in recent memory continues tonight, as ANOTHER fire burns in Botetourt County.
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[Brush-Fires]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Since June 1st there have been 15 forest fires mostly started by lightening.
And now a brush fire is burning out of control at this time on Purgatory Mountain.
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Joy Sutton is live near where the fire is burning with details.
[Live= Joy=Microwave]


Eric, this fire started around 2 this afternoon. It originated only a few feet away from Interstate 81 southbound between the Buchanan and Arcadia exit.
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It started as several small brush fires near Interstate 81 southbound but quickly spread up mountainside because of the dry conditions and low humidity.
Officials think it will take two to three days to extinguish the fire.
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A Helicopter is on the way to help spread water over the fire....but at this point is still burning well.
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[Kroger-Robbery]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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An early morning burglary in Roanoke led police on a road and foot chase.
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It happened shortly after 4 this morning at the Kroger on Orange Avenue in the Northeast section of Roanoke. 36 year old Carl Holland Junior apparently grabbed money from the cash register when it opened and then ran off. Police tracked the him down when they saw a car driving without head lights--when they attempted to pull him over he took off. Holland then ran his car into this house on Glade Creek Drive.
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((DOUGLAS DEMPSEY/NEIGHBOR: I LOOKED OUT AND THERE WAS A CAR ON MY PORCH OR THROUGH MY PORCH AND THEN I CALLED 911 TO SEE WHAT WAS GOING ON.))
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Police say once Holland ran the car into the house he took off on foot. Authorities caught up with him and arrested and charged him with robbery, eluding police, and reckless driving.
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[Evans-Sentence]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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In 1997 Andre Evans killed two men in the streets of Bedford, now he will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Before his sentencing yesterday, Evans apologized to the families of Timothy Ray Robinson and Lorin Tyler Murphy.
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According to testimony at Evans' April trial, Robinson went looking for Evans to settle a disagreement. After bumping and threatening each other, Evans walked less than a block to his house and returned to the street corner with a Colt 45. He shot Robinson four times. Evans then went home to reload his pistol and returned to the street corner where he shot Murphy in the head.
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[Anchor=Eric]
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In April, Evans was convicted of capital murder and first degree murder. He received two life sentences for each conviction.

[Tobacco-Govenor]


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Governor Gilmore is urging the nation's governors to oppose plans for a federal lawsuit against the tobacco industry. Gilmore is one of five tobacco state govenors that says a sucessful lawsuit could decrease the amount of money the states would be able to collect under last year's national tobacco settlement.

[Congress-Votes]


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Congress has approved a Republican plan to cut taxes by some 790 BILLION dollars over ten years.
But don't spend the extra money yet.
President Clinton has promised to veto the deal.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN PINNACLE]
The bill passed the Senate by just one vote, 50 to 49.
Democrat Chuck Robb voted against it. Republican John Warner was for it. [TAKE FULL SCREEN PINNACLE]
Over the in the House, the vote also wouldn't be enough to override a presidential veto. The tax cut plan was approved 216 to 206.
Democrat Virgil Goode and Republican Bob Goodlatte voted yes.
Democrat Rick Boucher voted no.
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[Al-Bedrosian]


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November 2nd is approaching rapidly, and with it more and more candidates are on the campaign trail.
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After winning the Republican primary election, Al Bedrosian is kicking off his campaign for the upcoming election.
This is Bedrosian's second time facing Dick Cranwell in the race for Delegate, but Bedrosian does not think he is the underdog in this campaign season.
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((AL BEDROSIAN: WE HAD KIND OF A SEMI-DEBATE TWO NIGHTS AGO, AND I ENJOY IT THOROUGHLY, HAVE A GREAT TIME DOING IT AND I THINK, I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE NIP AND TUCK ALL THE WAY. I THINK IT WILL BE A VERY GOOD RACE.))
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Bedrosian says that he does not believe a pending assault charge involving the spanking of a child will affect voters.
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((AL Bedrosian R. CANDIDATE: THEY ARE COMFORTABLE WITH IT BECAUSE THEY KNOW WHAT THE ISSUE IS ABOUT. IT IS A DIFFICULT POSITION FOR ANY PARENT TO BE IN.))
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The first scheduled debate between the candidates will be September 5th.
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[Tease#1]

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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Up next on news 7 find out how one wife's sacrifice will save her husbands life.
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Plus we'll take you to a unique reunion, where familes returned to the Southwest Virginia neighborhood where helped each other deal with segregation.
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[Family-Reunion]


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A special family reunion took place today in Buchanan.
And as Joy Sutton reports most of the families attending this reunion are not related but grew-up together in the same community.
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((They hugged each other, took pictures and reminisced about the good old days.
Ricky Williams and Billy Terry haven't seen each other in at least 30 years when they used to play together as kids in their neighborhood in Buchanan.
But despite a few physical changes they recognized each other right away.
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((RICKY WILLIAMS: JUST A LITTLE GRAY A LITTLE CHUBBIER. HE LOOKS GOOD THOUGH, REAL GOOD))
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The families attending the Buchanan Familie's reunion at one time lived in same neighborhood, went to same schools, and played together.
Now several generations have come back to reunite with what many of them call extended family.
Malcolm Barnett came all the way from Frankfurt, Germany to attend the reunion.
He remembers the way things use to be growing up in a time when Buchanan was segregated.
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((MALCOLM BARNETT: WE HAD TO GO A LONG WAYS TO SCHOOL IN THE MORNING. WE HAD TO WALK TO SCHOOL. IT WAS PRETTY HARD, BUT IT WAS AN ENJOYABLE LIFE))
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There were 79 families invited to the reunion. Each person who attended received a T-shirt that listed all the families and their neighborhoods.
Renee Barnett Terry helped coordinate the event that she says was definitely needed.
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((RENEE BARNETT: WE HAD NOT SEEN ONE ANOTHER FOR YEARS ALL THESE FAMILIES THAT ATTENDED MY SCHOOL CENTRAL ACADEMY AND HOW WONDERFUL IT WOULD BE TO GET US ALL TOGETHER AND HAVE A REUNION ))
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Many of the families say that even though years have passed and moving out of the area have drifted them apart they will always have a special connection to one another and to Buchanan.
Joy Sutton, News-7, Botetourt County.))





[Fundraiser]


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Salem organizations joined together today to help their own.
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Friends, churches, and clubs took part to raise money for Scott and Melissa Cook, who will be undergoing kidney transplants later this month.
Scott has suffered from diabetes since he was ten years old, and always knew how great the possibility of kidney failure was.
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((SCOTT COOK/ KIDNEY RECIPIENT: I WENT INTO KIDNEY FAILURE IN MARCH OF THIS YEAR AND REQUIRED ME TO BE ON DIALYSIS AND I NEEDED A KIDNEY AND MY WIFE MELISSA IS GOING TO BE DONATING ME A KIDNEY ON THE 26TH OF THIS MONTH.))
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Melissa was relieved when she found that she matched as a possible donor.
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((MELISSA COOK/ KIDNEY DONOR: SEEING WHAT HE HAD TO GO THROUGH AND HE JUST WASN'T HIMSELF. HE WAS TIRED ALL THE TIME.. KNOWING THAT A KIDNEY WOULD HELP HIM.))
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Money raised in today's yard sale will help pay for anti-rejection medication that ranges from 5 to 7- thousand dollars a month.
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If going to Italy to taste fine wines is a dream but just to costly.
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Coming up Kimberly McBroom will take us to a vineyard close to home that may take you back to the old country.

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[Villa-Appalaccia]


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Not far from the well- known Chateau Morrissette, is a much smaller winery that specializes in ITALIAN vintage.
In this week's "Time Off", Kimberly McBroom takes us to Villa Appalaccia... Patrick County's own "Little Italy".

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((At first glance, Villa Appalaccia winery looks like it could be a house in Tuscany...
Suzanne Becker and husband Steve Haskill created it that way...inspired by their trips to Italy.
The trips also inspired the couple to try their luck at growing Italian grapes a decade ago.
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((STEVE HASKILL/VILLA APPALACCIA: WE STARTED TO GROW GRAPES 10 YEARS AGO THIS YEAR AND WERE SELLING GRAPES TO OTHER WINERIES AROUND THE STATE. AND THEN, WE DECIDED IN 1994, IT WAS SILLY TO SELL GOOD GRAPES TO OTHER PEOPLE. WE WOULD TRY TO MAKE WINE OURSELVES. )) [RUNS:16]
Villa Appalaccia's premiere wine grapes are grown in its vineyards on the slopes of Bull Mountain in Stuart.
Virginia's climate is typically favorable for growing grapes....they're one of the few crops actually thriving in the drought conditions.
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((SUSANNE BECKER/VILLA APPALACCIA: WHAT WE ARE DOING IS ACTUALLY TRANSFERRING ONE BARREL TO ANOTHER. IT'S PART OF THE WINE-MAKING PROCESS TO OXIDIZE THE WINE AND THIS PROCESS ACTUALLY HAPPENS THREE TO FOUR TIMES PER YEAR BEFORE THE WINE GOES INTO THE BOTTLES.)) [RUNS:20]
It's Virginia's only winery that specializes in Italian- style vintage.
Italian wines are unique in that they're usually not "oaked", or aged in oak barrels like most wines.
Red wines take about 18- months from harvest to bottle.....white wines can be created as much as a year earlier.
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((SUSANNE BECKER/VILLA APPALACCIA: WE ARE SLOWLY GROWING. WE STARTED OUT WITH ABOUT 4,000 BOTTLES. THIS YEAR, WE ARE ACTUALLY UP TO ABOUT 20,000 BOTTLES.)) [RUNS:12]
The ultimate production goal is 36- thousand bottles a year...small in comparison to other wineries.
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((SUSANNE BECKER/VILLA APPALACCIA: WE ARE GOING TO BE SMALL BECAUSE WE WANT TO HAVE THIS AS A HANDS-ON OPERATION. WE WANT TO, STEVE AND I, TO BE PART OF ALL THE DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF GROWING THE WINES AND MAKING THE WINES AND ACTUALLY TALKING TO PEOPLE WHO WANT TO COME BUY THE WINES.)) [RUNS:15]
Becker says most of their visitors try Italian wine for the first time at Villa Appalaccia...and usually savor the experience as they wash it down with assorted bread and cheeses.
The winery is open for tours and tastings Thursdays through Saturdays.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Patrick County.))
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[Virginia-Shootout]


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Modelers from up and down the east coast are battling it out at the Virginia Shootout.
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It's the biggest scale model show and contest to ever hit the Roanoke Valley.
More than 400 models vied for top honors.
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((ED KENNEDY/HEAD JUDGE: A LOT OF IT HAS TO DO WITH HOW NEAT IT IS HOW WELL IT IS CONSTRUCTED. THEN WE START TO LOOK AT THE EMBELLISHMENTS. THE EXTRAS THEY'VE ADDED TO MAKE IT MORE THAN JUST WHAT COMES OUT OF THE BOX.))
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The models are judged by categories including cars, planes or dioramas.
The best model of the show will be picked from the best of category winners.
The subject matter ranged from science fiction, to scenes depicting historical events.
The Roanoke Valley Chapter of the International Modelers Society organized today's event.
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The Roanoke Chapter also WON today's event. The Lynchburg chapter came in second.

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And coming up, Tony Gwynn gets hit number 3 thousand the Diamondbacks beat the Phillies.
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And Dale Jarrett takes the checkered flag winning the Brickyard 400.
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He didn't run out of gas this time and Dale Jarrett takes the checkered flag winning the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis.
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Jeff Gordon started on the pole and he was leading the field with 142 laps left to go in the race.
Moments later Mark Martin would pull his ford to the front and he was the leader with 131 laps to go.
And points leader Dale Jarrett took his turn up front to become the third leader of the race after the first green flag pit stops.
The first caution came out on lap 43 then later in the race Kyle Petty loses control and hits the wall for the second caution of the day.
Bobby Labonte would make his move up front and he was the fifth leader of the day.
But Jarrett dominated he led 117 of 160 laps and he pulled out to a three second lead after taking two tires on a late caution to hold off bobby Labonte and win the Brickyard 400.
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Jeff Gordon was third, Mark Martin fourth, Jeff Burton fifth and Ward Burton sixth.




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Arizona ended Philadelphia's 4 game winning streak beating the Phillies 8 to 2.
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Curt Schilling gets into trouble in the first.
Jay Bell gets all of this Schilling pitch sending it over the left field wall for a 2 run homer and the Diamondbacks took the 2 to nothing lead.
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But the Diamondbacks put together a 4 run seventh three runs scored when Matt Williams hits this homer to right field and Arizona beats the Phillies 8 to 2.
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[S-Gwynn]


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What's turning out to be a classic week in baseball continued last night in Montreal.
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San Diego's Tony Gwynn hit a line drive single past second base to give him 3-thousand hits in his career.
Gwynn becomes the 22-nd major league to reach that mark in hits."
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[S-Defense]


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The Carolina Panthers defense was the worst in the NFL last season, one main reason Dom Capers was fired and George Seifert was hired. With a new coach, comes change. Steve Mason has more.
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((George Seifert has scrapped Carolina's once feared three-four, zone blitzing scheme for a 4-3 front, an alignment that should benefit defensive end Shawn Gilbert. The 46.5 million dollar man cashed in on only six sacks last season due to constant double teams,that occur more infrequently this season. ((:)) Under the immediate supervision of new defensive coordinator John Marshall, the 4-3 could limit linebacker Kevin Greene's playing time. Greene roamed free in 98, registering 15 sacks, but, at 37, can he effectively cover the pass as his new role sometimes calls for. Greene showed his willingness to do whatever it takes to keep his starting job by trimming his body weight down from 265 to a sleeker 235. ((:)) ((:))
Former Nebraska star and now Panther left defensive end Jason Peter is also under the microscope, after a 33 tackle-one sack performance in 14 games last year. The line isn't the only area that is being addressed. Defensive back Doug Evans hardly showed the form he demonstrated in Green Bay. But there's no where to go but up.))

[S-Golf]


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16 Year old Jared Landrum is the 1999 Roanoke Valley amateur golf champion.
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Landrum had to take on 30 year old David Hagadorn in the final round of match play.
He made the turn two up on Hagadorn and he would eventually finish off the match by beating Hagadorn 3 and 2.
The folks that run the amateur were not sure but Landrum could be the youngest golfer to win the Valley amateur.
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[TALENT=Roy]
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Jack Tuttle beat Don Foster 1 up to win the Seniors title.

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