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A retired school teacher and her sister, a retired nurse, killed in their own home. We'll have details in the double murder and FIRE.
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And the N-double-A-C-P is upset with the Governor for co-opting the phrase "...free at last."

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Tonight on News 7 sports, the Tech women are set for some exhibition action. The area hall of fame gets a former Knight. Former UVa great Bill Dudley talks about Tech.
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[VO-NAT]

And the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic may be getting a new home in the near future.
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How low will it go? Temperatures take a dive in our overnight forecast. Details coming up. [open]
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Two sisters- -in their 80's- -found murdered in their burning home.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Galax-Murders]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=99-38 54:01]
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The man police say is responsible for the two deaths is charged with arson and capital murder.
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[Take GFX Map]
The bodies were found in Galax. Teresa Hamilton was there today...
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[Pull Teresa/full from map]
and she's back in our New River newsroom tonight.
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Keith, the victims in this case were well known and respected in the Galax area.
Both having devoted their careers to children-- which makes this crime all the more unimaginable.
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(( Authorities discovered the bodies of 89- year Ila Edwards and her 85- year old sister, Inez, last night after a neighbor called 9-1-1.
Police today charged 33- year old John D- Cochran, known as J-D, with arson and capital murder.
According to court documents-- Cochran entered the Edwards home and struck both women on the head with a blunt obj
ect killing both--- before setting the house on fire.

[nat sound]
What's unclear is WHY Cochran would want to kill two women in their 80's-- that he'd known for several years.
There is one possible theory.
At one point-- the sisters were cautioned against Cochran-- after he was allegedly caught scamming them out of money.
For now, though, police aren't commenting on a motive. ))
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Both women were well known in the Galax area. Ila was a retired school teacher--
Her sister Inez was a retired nurse.
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Keith, Cochran is being held without bond.

[XGR-Election]


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[TAPE#=99-43 36:20]
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The dust is settling in Richmond, on a century of Democratic dominance.
And Governor Jim Gilmore is welcoming Democrats -- who no longer need to fear casting their party out of power -- to consider joining his party.
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[Take Balance of Power Board]
With two Tidewater area races still to be counted, it appears that Republicans now hold 52 seats. There's one Independent. And Democrats are for the first time ever in a minority, with 47 seats.
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Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond Newsroom with more on the Governor.
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The Virginia N-Double-A-C-P is questioning the Governor today - in the wake of his off-script emotional expression last night.

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Gilmore was borrowing, after all, from a Negro spiritual Martin Luther King Junior made infamous.
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The N-Double-A-C-P says it's not the Governor's habit to say offensive things, but an apology might be in order.

A spokesman for the Governor says it was an emotional moment, and no offense was meant.

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Republicans also took control of the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors.
They now have a 3-to-2 majority ... and will pick the board's new chairman.
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Scott Goldberg has more on this changing balance of power.
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Keith ... Joe "Butch" Church brought down a Democrat and brought Republicans a new majority.
His opponent said he underestimated how popular Church would be, calling for a "new era of cooperation" in Roanoke County.
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((NATSOUND: HERE'S SOME MORE PHOTOS.))
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Butch Church and his wife Roni took the day off ...
Cleaning their dining-room-slash-campaign literature table ...
A day after cleaning up at the polls.
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((BUTCH CHURCH: I'M SO TIRED BECAUSE I WENT DOOR TO DOOR FOR EIGHT AND A HALF MONTHS.))
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The Republican told voters it was time for a change and won 57-percent of their votes.
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((BUTCH: I'VE MADE COMMENTS BEFORE THAT MY OPPONENT NEVER CUT HIS OWN PATH THROUGH THE JUNGLE -- HE'S ALWAYS FOLLOWED PATHS CUT BY SOMEBODY ELSE.))
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((SPIKE HARRISON: I CAN THINK OF NOTHING I WOULD'VE DONE FUNDAMENTALLY DIFFERENT.))
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Incumbent Spike Harrison says maybe he could've spoken up louder on a larger number of issues.
But he brushed aside suggestions he was hurt by what his opponent called a "blatant attempt to get votes" ...
when just days before the election ... he announced a multimillion-dollar school renovation plan.
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((BOB JOHNSON: I DON'T THINK THAT WHAT I SAW LAST NIGHT WOULD CLASSIFY AS A MONUMENTAL CHANGE.))
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For Bob Johnson, the election means he'll no longer be the supervisors' chairman.
But he says giving the gavel to a Republican won't bruise his ego.
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((JOHNSON: THE CHAIRMAN OF OUR BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HAS AN AWESOME POWER. HE OR SHE GAVELS THE MEETING TO ORDER AND RECOGNIZES PEOPLE WHEN THEY WANT TO SPEAK.))
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Republicans are hopeful their new majority might lead to better relationship with the county school board.
Though Democrats say changing one supervisor really won't change a whole lot.
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A Pittsylvania County hunter THOUGHT he was shooting at a turkey ... but now he COULD end up facing criminal charges for killing a man.
Game wardens say that 36-year-old Keith Dean Lawson accidentally shot 28-year-old Kevin Scott Dalton Saturday, as he sat with his dog.
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Dalton was hunting on his family's land, about seven miles east of Gretna, in northern Pittsylvania County.
Lawson had wandered onto the property without permission.
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Court records show he has prior hunting violations.

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Two Henry County teenagers have been arrested for several costly acts of school vandalism in the last four nights.
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Sheriff's deputies say they caught two teenage boys in the act of vandalizing Magna Vista High School last night.

Four schools in the area were targeted.
Deputies say the boys are responsible for more than a hundred broken windows and racial slurs that were spray-painted on the buildings.
Even though vandals destroyed several security cameras ... they were caught on tape.
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((CHARLIE BELVIN/MAGNA VISTA H.S.: ONE YOUNG MAN WE CAUGHT, EVERY TIME I LOOKED AT THOSE VIDEOS I FIGURED IT WAS HIM. EVEN THOUGH WE COULDN'T MAKE IT OUT CLEARLY. WE PICKED UP PEOPLE FOUR NIGHTS. EACH NIGHT WE HAD PEOPLE ON CAMERA THAT WAS DOING THIS.))
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School officials estimate the damage in the tens of thousands.
The boys are at home and have to wear electric monitoring devices.
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Fire damages a planned museum building, but it could have been worse. That story is still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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One of Roanoke's most beloved leaders passed away last Friday.
Today the community is paying its last respects before he is laid to rest on Friday.
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Kate Weidaw is at the Hamlar Curtis Funeral Home with more.
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WDBJ-7 will broadcast a special 30 -minute program remembering Noel Taylor's life tomorrow evening.
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[TAKE FS Pre-Pro]
Joe Dashiell and I will anchor "Noel Taylor, The Mayor, The Minister, The Man".
Join us for this special live program tomorrow at 7:30 PM.
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Stocks moved upward across the board today. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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Organizers of Lynchburg's first children's museum say last night's fire will "not" slow down their plans to open next summer.
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A passerby spotted smoke coming from the second floor of the 145- year- old J.W. Wood building around ten.
Firefighters spent a half hour bringing the fire under control.
A new sprinkler system had been installed before renovations began, and officials say that probably saved the building.
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((MORT SAJADIAN/MUSEUM DIRECTOR: IN SOME WAYS I THINK THAT WAS MAYBE A GOOD TEST FOR OUR SPRINKLER SYSTEM. IT DID WORK VERY WELL, AND ALSO WE HAVE RECEIVED A LOT OF PHONE CALLS FROM PEOPLE, SUPPORTERS OF THE MUSEUM, WE ARE VERY GRATEFUL. WE HVAE NO INTENTIONS OF SLOWING DOWN ANYTHING.))
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Investigators blame the fire on a stray spark from a welder's torch that apparently smoldered for hours before igniting.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports, Bullet Bill Dudley, the former UVa great weighs in on the Hokies. The Greensboro Chrysler Classic may be getting a new home.
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And the Tech women's team is all set to unveil its players for the new season tomorrow night with a exhibition game tomorrow night at the Cassell.
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We begin tonight with some golfng news from Greensboro. The City's Jaycees, who have organized and run the Greensboro Chrysler Classic since 1938, may now be building a new home for the tournament.
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[SUPER=03-Greensboro, NC/April; ;00]

The Jaycees plan to buy several hundred acres of land in eastern Guilford County on Rock Creek Dairy Road, and build a brand new championship course that would become the permanant home of the tournament. The tournament is currently played at the Forest Oaks Country Club.
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The Salem-Roanoke baseball hall of fame will get a new infusion of local talent this coming February, as well. The class of 2000 will include Amherst native Randy Tomlin who pitched for the Pirates along with Salem resident Paul Johnston, Covington's Jim Lemon and
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local favorite George Canale. The hard hitting slugger starred at Cave Spring and then Virginia Tech. While with the Hokies he led the nation in Homers in 1986 with 29. He also played briefly in the big leagues and in the several different farm systems, as well playing pro ball in Taiwan and Italy. This year's banquet will be held on Sunday February 13th.
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The Lady Hokies start the season tomorrow night as the Hungarian National Team comes into the Cassell.
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Virginia Tech is coming off it's best season ever, including a sweet 16 appearance in the N-C-Double-A Tournament.


But the graduation of some key players is going to change the look of the Hokies.
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Tip off is seven o'clock tomorrow night.


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Virginia Tech's upward mobility in the football world this season is forcing even the most hard core UVa fans to give the Hokies some respect.
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Among those doing just that is "Bullet" Bill Dudley, the UVa all-american in the 40s, who grew up in Bluefield and followed the Hokies before making his mark as a Cavalier.
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Dudley says much like the 1990 season when UVa was number one in the nation with Shawn Moore leading the way, Tech's success this season is good for the entire commonwealth.
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[wipe to pinnacle 7501] And don't forget everybody you can keep up with the Hokies this Saturday right here on Your Hometown Station as we bring you the Tech-West Virginia game from Morgantown. Coverage begins from CBS sports at 3. The Kickoff is set for 3:30.
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[wipe to pinnacle 7503] And Sunday we have another NFL doubleheader for you starting at one with the Redskins and Bills followed by the Niners and Steelers.
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Speedweeks at Daytona next February will have a new look as the Craftsman Truck series participants get their first chance to run on the high banks of the two and half mile speedway.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville/April; :00]

Since the formation of the Truck series five years ago - nearly all of the races have been staged on tracks of a mile in length or smaller. The inaugural Daytona event will be a 250 mile, 100 lap event staged on the Friday morning before the annual IROC race.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Red Sox Pedro Martinez is the American League player of the year according to the Associated Press. He was voted the honor later this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-MLB; :00]

Earlier today, the Baltimore Orioles signed Mike Hargrove to be their new manager. He led the Indians to 5 straight Central division titles. He also lost the Carolina League title to Salem in 1986, when he managed Kinston.
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