[Church-Closings]

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The winter weather has caused some churches to cancel services this morning. You can find the latest information along the bottom of your screen.

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[take FS web address]
and you can also get the latest church closings any time on our homepage at WDBJ-7 .COM.

(+++++++++)[Power-Outage]



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36 customers are without power this morning in downtown Roanoke. And some stop lights are out as well. According to police...a transformer caught on fire just before 6 this morning. That caused the power to go out on a one half mile stretch of road.
The power is out from the intersections Kimball and Williamson roads going northbound to Sycamore and Williamson.
There's also no power heading eastbound on Orange Avenue and Kimball Road.
American Electric Power is on the scene right now with firefighters trying to get the power going again.

[Plane-Incident]


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Winter weather caused a mishap at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport.
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[SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC;]


A U-S Airways jet skidded off a snowy runway at the North Carolina Airport yesterday.
None of the 142 passengers aboard the jet were hurt and the plane was not damaged.
The MD-80 landed safely and was turning from the runway onto a taxiway when it slid onto a grassy area.
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[11Textile-Legislatures]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[TAPE#=00-02 11:13]
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In other news this morning, lawmakers listened to laid off textile workers in Southside yesterday.
As Joy Sutton reports... the displaced workers are hoping the state will step in with some assistance.
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[SUPER=@Armstrong;]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.;08]
[SUPER=01-Mary Minter/Former Tultex Worker;18]
[SUPER=01-Kenneth Hairston/Former Tultex Worker;44]
[SUPER=01-Elizabeth Devins/Former Tultex Worker;1:12]
[SUPER=@Goode;1:24]
[SUPER=01-Del. Don Williams/(D) Norfolk;1:42]
[SUPER=@Joy1;1:53]
[RUNS=2:02]
[OUT Q=News 7]

((
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[SOT 1:20:27]
[IN Q=I know that many]

((DELEGATE WARD ARMSTONG/MARTINSVILE: I KNOW THAT MANY OF YOU CAN NOT TRAVEL TO RICHMOND. TODAY WE BROUGHT RICHMOND TO MARTINSVILLE)) [RUNS6]
[OUT Q=to Martinsville]


Dozens of delegates and senators from the Virginia General Assembly came to Henry County -- for one purpose -- to listen to the needs and concerns of laid off textile workers.
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[SOT 1:47]
[IN Q=We're waiting]

((MARY MINTER /FORMER TULTEX WORKER: WE'RE WAITING TO GET AN ANSWER. HOPING TO GET A JOB. WE HAVE TO START AT THE BOTTOM.)) [RUNS6]
[OUT Q= get benefits]


Delegate Ward Armstrong is one of the chief patrons of the textile workers relief act of 2-thousand.
It's a bill that would provide a state Medicaid program and additional unemployment benefits for displaced workers in high unemployment areas in Virginia.
Some displaced workers say they hope their personal stories -- and pleas for help -- will not go in vain.
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[SOT 1:39:18]
[IN Q=For you other people]

((KENNETH HAIRSTON/FORMER TULTEX WORKER: FOR YOU OTHER PEOPLE FROM FAIRFAX AND NORFOLK. PLEASE DON'T COME DOWN HERE TO PATRONIZE US. PLEASE DON'T COME DOWN TO PAY US LIP SERVICE. TO ADD TO YOU RESUME THE NEXT TIME YOU RUN FOR RE-ELECTION.)) [RUNS18]
[OUT Q=for re-election]


Some of the workers also had a message for Congressman Virgil Goode -- to take back to Washington.
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[SOT 1:50:38]
[IN Q=Get it back to ]

((ELIZABETH DEVINS/FORMER TULTEX WORKER: GET IT BACK TO CONGRESS THAT THEY PASSED ALL THESE NAFTA BILLS TO TAKE OUR JOBS AWAY. AND I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE MORE THAN MORE THAN THE TEXTILE JOBS ARE GOING TO GO AWAY THE WAY YOU KEEP PASSING THESE BILLS)) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=these bills]


And Goode agrees that trade agreements need to be evaluated more closely.
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[SOT 1:29:10]
[IN Q=I'm very concerned]

((VIRGIL GOODE: I'M VERY CONCERNED ABOUT THE FUTURE OF MANUFACTURING AND THE NATIONAL POLICIES BECAUSE MOST ON THE NATIONAL LEVEL ARE FOR FREE TRADE)) [RUNS9]
[OUT Q=free trade]


But as the delegates and senators listened -- many say they are committed to making sure these worker get the help they need.
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[SOT 1:56:56]
[IN Q=I'll be suprised]

((DELEGATE DON WILLIAMS/NORFOLK: I'LL BE SURPRISED IF THE BILL DOESN'T GO THROUGH. I THINK IT'S THE LEAST WE CAN DO. I'M TRYING TO THINK OF OTHER THINGS WE CAN DO IN ADDITION TO THE BILL)) [RUNS8]
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Already 60 members]

((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: ALREADY 60 MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY HAVE SIGNED THE BILL -- BUT TO PASS IT, IT NEEDS MORE THAN HALF THE VOTE IN BOTH THE HOUSE AND THE SENATE. AND THEN GOVERNOR GILMORE MUST SIGN IT. Joy Sutton News 7))
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[11Missing-Person]


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The Radford Police Department is asking for your help in locating a man who disappeared 11 days ago.
Friends of 29 year old David Michael Robinson reported him missing from the Alleghany Apartments in Radford on January 14-th.
Police do NOT suspect foul play but are concerned about his whereabouts.
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[TAKE PRE-PRO] [ESS C - #100]

If you have any information you can call the Radford Police Department at 540- 731- 3624 or 731-3627.
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[Roe-vs-Wade]


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Anti-Abortion activists plan to protest this morning at a church attended by President Clinton and infront of the home of Vice President AL Gore.
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC;]


Protesters are gearing up for tomorrow's annual right to live march, to the Capitol and the Supreme Court.
People on both sides of the abortion debate are in Washington this weekend to mark the 27th anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision to legalize abortion, known as Roe versus Wade.
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[Health-Week]


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Southwest Virginia is experiencing a severe blood shortage and residents of one of Virginia's largest retirement communities are celebrating a victory. Tonya Flory has more in this week's health check report.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :01]
[SUPER=01-Lillian Howell Hostetter/Friendship Manor Resident; :18]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Enrique Silberblatt/Plastic Surgeon; 1:14]
[SUPER=@Tonya2; 1:25]
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[OUT Q=Health Check]
[TAPE#=599-18 1:28:42]

(( Friendship Manor residents are pleased with the Virginia Attorney General's decision to deny the corporations change of status from non profit to for-profit. Lillian Hostetter has lived at Friendship Manor for 21 years. She say its a victory for the little guy.
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[SOT tc 00:29:01]
[IN Q=We had]

((LILLIAN HOWELL HOSTETTER/FM RESIDENT: WE HAD LITTLE MONEY, BUT WE HAD A BIG CAUSE AND I HOPE IT WILL ENCOURAGE OTHER RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES AND OLDER PEOPLE TO TAKE A STANCE ON THINGS THAT THEY FEEL ARE REALLY IMPORTANT.)) [RUNS:13]
[OUT Q=really important]

Hostetter and two busloads of about 85 residents went to Richmond last May to protest the change in status. [pre-pro] Friendship Manor replied to the Attorney General's decision in a written statement. They said they have elected to use their time and resources to implement their strategic plan to renovate and expand the facility without pursuing the for-profit status any further.
[TAPE#=500-2 10:27]

A popular cosmetic surgery has some bad statistics. A new survey reports one in every five thousand patients die while undergoing liposuction. However, a Roanoke Plastic surgeon says those numbers are inflated. He says the questionnaire for the survey is flawed. But he admits too many doctors that aren't certified are performing the procedure.
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[SOT tc 00:01:27]
[IN Q=A lot of the]

((DR. ENRIQUE SILBERBLATT/PLASTIC SURGEON: A LOT OF THE SPECIALTIES THAT ARE DOING LIPOSUCTION THAT ARE NOT TRAINED INITIALLY TO DO IT ARE DOING IT FOR MONETARY REASONS AND THAT DISAPPOINTS ME.)) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=disappoints me.]
[TAPE#=99-47 1:22:00]

The American Red Cross is appealing for more volunteers to donate blood. Southwest Virginia blood banks are working on a one day supply. Officials blame the shortage on the weather and a bad flu season. Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check. ))

[go straight to bump] [2-Church-Closings]


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Some churches around the region have cancelled services this morning. You can find the latest information along the bottom of your screen.

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[take FS web address] [ESS C - #4472]


and you can get the latest church closings any time on our homepage at WDBJ-7 .COM as well.

(+++++++++)[Reel-Open]



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Doug Wilder took the oath of office and became the nation's first black elected governor TEN years ago this month.
Keith Humphry has more on the historic day in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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[Wilder-Reel]


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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=21-Richmond/1990; :10]
[SUPER=21-Rev. Jesse Jackson/1990; :30]
[SUPER=21-Jerry Baliles/1990; :45]
[SUPER=21-Gov. Douglas Wilder/1990; 1:39]
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((L. Douglas Wilder was the grandson of slaves. He grew up in segregated Richmond just a few blocks from the State Capitol. Throughout his career, Wilder broke through color barriers in the State Senate, the Lieutenant Governor's office and on January 13-th 1990, he became the nation's first black elected governor. The day began with a prayer service at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church. Jesse Jackson was also there. He described Wilder's inauguration as full of hope.
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[SOT 6:06 Tape 90:05]
[IN Q=This is the]

((THIS IS THE STATE WHERE THE SLAVE SHIPS LANDED AND TO GO FROM THE HULL OF A SLAVE SHIP TO GOVERNOR OF THIS STATE IS A GREAT AMERICAN STORY)) [RUNS08]
[OUT Q=american story]


Before the inauguration ceremony, Wilder received the keys to his new home from outgoing Governor Jerry Baliles.
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[SOT 6:22 Tape 90:05]
[IN Q=and so my]

((AND SO MY FRIEND AND COLLEGUE L. DOUGLAS WILDER, GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA, I HEARBY GIVE YOU THE KEYS TO THE MANSION AND ALL THAT GOES WITH IT....LAUGHING)) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=nat sound laughing]

Meantime, thousands of people gathered in Capitol Square for the historic event. The crowd watched as Attorney General Mary Sue Terry and Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer were sworn in. Then Doug Wilder stepped up to the podium and took the oath of office.
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[SOT 15:44:59 Wilder Tape]
[IN Q=As Governor]

((AS GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA....ACCORDING TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY....SO HELP ME GOD...CONGRATULATIONS...(KEITH) YOU HAVE BEEN A WITNESS TO HISTORY. L. DOUGLAS WILDER HAS BECOME THE NATION'S FIRST BLACK ELECTED GOVERNOR. IT'S A GREAT DAY FOR VIRGINIA)) [RUNS20]
[OUT Q=for Virginia]


In his inaugural address, Wilder shunned specific proposals in favor of broad themes.
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[SOT Tape 90-05 6:39]
[IN Q=with out]

((WITHOUT QUESTION MUCH TIGHTER ECONOMIC TIMES WHICH LOOM IN THE DAYS AHEAD WILL TEST TO THE FULLEST OUR ABILITY TO MAKE HARD DECISIONS AND TO LEAD AND GOVERN, BUT PROGRESS WILL BE POSSIBLE AND OPPORTUNITIES CAN BE EXPANDED. FREEDOM CAN BE INCREASED))
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[OUT Q=CAN BE INCREASED]

A few minutes after the inaugural parade passed by, Governor Wilder was already busy with his new job. He signed four executive orders. Later hundreds of people lined up to shake his hand at the capitol.
But the party did not stop there. That night he joined 12-thousand supporters at the Inaugural Ball. Among those present were celebrities Muhammad Ali and Actor Tim Reid. That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))



[Sports-Plays]


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The Roanoke Express dropped its second straight game last night.
Greensboro beat the Express three to two in North Carolina.
Roanoke is off until next weekend, when it has a rematch with the Generals on Friday at the Round House.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Edmonton, Canada/NHL-CBC;]


In the NHL, Tommy Salo keeps Vancouver ahead with great goalkeeping. Salo denies the Oilers time after time.
But later in the game Salo gets caught out of position, Markus Naslund takes advantage and gets the score with the wraparound goal.
Vancouver and Edmonton tied 3-3. Todd Mar-chant scored twice, including the tying goal for the Oilers. He now has extended his points streak to a career high six games.
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[3-Church-Closings]


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The winter weather has caused some churches to cancel services this morning. You can find the latest information along the bottom of your screen.

(+++++++++)
[take FS web address] [ESS C - #4472]


and you can get the latest church closings any time on our homepage at WDBJ-7 .COM.

(+++++++++)[2-Power-Outage]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat am]
[WRITER=nkr]
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36 customers are without power this morning in downtown Roanoke. This means that some stop lights are out as well.
The affected areas are the intersections of Kimball and Williamson heading northbound to the intersection of Sycamore and Williamson roads.
The power is also out eastbound on Orange Avenue and Kimball. American Electric Power is on the scene with firefighters right now trying to bring the power back.
Police tell us a transformer fire knocked out power around 6 this morning.

[Cuban-Boy]


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Elian Gonzalez's grandmothers will have to wait for the courts to decide the Cuban boy's fate.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC;]


The two women met with attorney general Janet Reno yesterday.
Reno supports the INS position of returning the six year old boy to Cuba, but a spokesperson says Reno noted that the matter is before a federal court.
[super=03-Pinar Del Rio, Cuba;]


Meanwhile, there was another massive demonstration in Cuba last night. The government says 150-thousand people turned out to demand the boy's return.
[super=03-Miami, FL;]


While in Miami, Cubans held a vigil praying Elian would be allowed to stay in the U-S.
And several Florida lawmakers plan to introduce legislation that would give the boy citizenship which would take him out from under the jurisdiction of the INS.
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[Iowa]


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Presidential hopefuls are spending this last day before the Iowa Caucuses traveling to as many cities as possible.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Des Moines, IA;]


Two of the candidates got a boost from a state newspaper.
Democrat Bill Bradley and Republican George W. Bush have both been endorsed by Iowa's largest newspaper.
However, polls show that while Bush has a big lead in the state, Bradley is well behind Al Gore.
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[11Goode]


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[WRITER=jsu]
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[GRAPHIC=Virgil Goode]


Congressman Virgil Goode still hasn't said if he's leaving the democratic party -- to run as a republican or independent.
But yesterday Goode said he has come to a decision.
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[SOT 1:17:45]
[IN Q=Do you already]

((Do you already know which way you are going to go. YES, but I am not going to say one way or the other for anyone))
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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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Goode says he plans to make the announcement to the media in the fifth district but would NOT confirm when.
U-V-A political analyst Larry Sabato expects Goode to run as an independent.



[11Bateman]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=tha]
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[GRAPHIC=Campaign 2000]


A primary will decide who will replace retiring Republican congressman Herbert Bateman.
Members of the first District decided Friday night that grassroots party members, not party officials, should choose the candidate to run in Bateman's place next November.
The primary will be held June 13th and is expected to pit State Secretary of Commerce and Labor Barry DuVal against York Delegate Jo Ann Davis.


[11Cat-Show]


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If you are a cat lover, there is a show for you this weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

The Cat Fanciers' Cat Show is at the Clarion Hotel in Roanoke. Different breeds of felines were judged in front of an audience. And if you wanted to take home a cat.... several were up for adoption. If you missed yesterday's show you can check it out today from 10 until 4.
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[Profile-Open]


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[WRITER=kor]
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[GRAPHIC=Virginia Profiles]



This May, Lynchburg residents will head to the polls to elect four city councillors.. and for the first time in recent memory, a handicapped candidate has thrown his hat into the ring.
Steve Smallshaw introduces us to a man who says it's time the disabled had a voice in their city government.
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(( Robert Bennett was just two years old when he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy.. a disorder that has robbed him of his muscular power and coordination for the last five decades.
He can walk with the aid of crutches, but a wheelchair has been his most constant companion since he was a young boy.
[SOT 17:06:31]

((ROBERT BENNETT/CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: WE PLAYED BASEBALL MOSTLY IN THE SUMMER, FOOTBALL DURING THE WINTER AND HEY, THEY COULD RUN, KICK, BAT AND PITCH AND I JUST ALMOST ALWAYS HAD TO STAY ON THE SIDELINES AND SAY `LET ME HAVE A CRACK AT IT'.)) [RUNS18]
[OUT Q=crack at it.]


Now Bennett is no longer content to sit on the sidelines.
Over the past few years, he's become a familiar face and voice speaking out on behalf of the handicapped on issues affecting disabled persons.
He's launching his own consultant service to help promote the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Now, for the first time, he's ready to become a politician.
[SOT 17:13:31]

((BENNETT: JUST AS WE TURNED OVER A NEW CENTURY, 2000, I SAID `HEY, WHAT BETTER WAY TO BRING IT IN THAN TO RUN FOR PUBLIC OFFICE?')) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=public office?]


So Bennett plans to gather the necessary signatures and put himself on the ballot as the Ward Two candidate in this May's city council election.
Naturally, handicapped issues will be a major component of his campaign, but he's also targeting a proposed increase in the city's sales tax.. something Bennett feels would unfairly burden the disabled and elderly. [Standup ] ((If Robert Bennett is elected to city council, he won't be able to walk through the front doors of City Hall. The building's only handicapped accessible entrance is located on the side.. a fact that Bennett says makes disabled residents feel like second class citizens.)) [RUNS14]
[OUT Q=citizens.]


So he's running.. or rolling.. for a seat on a govermental body that he feels needs to be more diverse and more responsive to citizens' concerns.
[SOT 17:19:50]

((BENNETT: JUST TO LET THE AVERAGE COMMUNITY KNOW `HEY, WE ARE HERE, WE'VE GOT A VOICE, WE'RE NOT GOING AWAY, SO YOU MIGHT AS WELL TAKE US SERIOUSLY'.)) [RUNS14]
[OUT Q=take us seriously.]


Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

[4-Church-Closings]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[GRAPHIC=church closings]


Some churches in the region have cancelled services this morning. You can find the latest information along the bottom of your screen right now and throughout the morning.

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[take FS web address]
and we are constantly updating our web page. You can get the latest church closings by dialing up our homepage at WDBJ-7 .COM.

(+++++++++)[S-Duke]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun aM]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-53 (1:19:59)]
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In sports, Duke got its ACC record 28th straight win by beating Wake Forest yesterday 75 to 61.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Winston-Salem, NC/RAYCOM; :]


The Demon Deacons huddle around head coach Dave Odom.
The Blue Devils led by 4 at the half but this jumper made the score 52 to 43 Duke.
Wake made a run midway through the second half. Here the big guys work the boards and get the put back and the lead was cut to 8.
Moments later Wake Guard Robert O'Kelly takes it strong to the hoop for the score and the lead was cut to six.
[SUPER=33-Duke#6/75/Wake Forest/61/;]


Jason Williams pulls up behind the line and hits the three and the Blue Devils go on to win it 75 to 61.
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[S-College]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chapel Hill, NC/ABC Sports; :]


The Carolina blues continue as number 21 North Carolina dropped its fourth straight game yesterday.
Florida State's Damous Anderson scored a career high 25 and the Seminoles beat the Tar Hills 76 to 71.
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[S-Senior]


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The annual Senior Bowl featured Tech's Corey Moore among other college football standouts.
N-F-L scouts watched the North beat the South 24 to 21.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Wailuka, Hawaii/ESPN; :]


In the Hula Bowl, James Madison's Chris Keaton scored on a run yard run in the second to give the South a 21 to nothing lead.
But the North tied the score and Tech's Jimmy Kibble's
[SUPER=36-North/28/South/28/Tie;]

22 yard field goal was blocked and the game ended tied at 28.
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