[1-News-Head]

[TALENT=Keith]

A judge approves severence pay for Tultex C-E-O Randy Rollins.
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[VO-NAT]


And 200 laid off textile workers go to Richmond. You'll hear what they heard on NEWS 7 at SIX in just a moment.
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[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=]


In sports, The Roanoke Steam's new quarterback All Clark talks about adjusting to his new game, UVa speaks up before tonight's meeting with Georgia Tech
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[VO-NAT]


and John Rocker returns to New York looking for sympathy and compassion.
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[WX-Head]
[TALENT=Robin]
[SS=None]


Hope you like your February forecast on the mild side. Tell you why and answer a Wednesday WeatherSchool in a few minutes. [open]
[SUPER=#4054; News 7 at Six Headline Banner]
[SUPER=@Keith1;]
[SUPER=@Steve1;]
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[Video-Open]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=Video Open]
[GRAPHIC=News7at6]
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 1:07:35]
[IN Q=if the ship]

((IF THE SHIP'S GOING DOWN, THE CAPTAIN'S SUPPOSED TO GO DOWN, TOO. THIS CAPTAIN WANTS TO JUMP SHIP. AND HE WANTS TO TAKE MONEY, TOO.))
[RUNS=:04]
[OUT Q=TAKE MONEY, TOO]
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[VO-NAT]


Tultex's CEO will resign with a severance package -- while his company's fortunes continue to unravel.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Tultex]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=99-48 1:45:15]
[GRAPHIC=Tultex Chapter 11]


A federal bankruptcy judge has approved a final payoff for Tultex's chief executive.
And the court approved a plan to pay bonuses to the few employees who are left ... employees whose job now is to sell off the company's assets.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Scott/Microwave]


Scott Goldberg is in our Danville newsroom tonight with the details.
[Live=Scott Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=@Scott1;]
[SUPER=05-Danville;]


Keith all of this means the end is near for Tultex.
The bankruptcy court here in Danville effectively rubber stamped a plan to get rid of what's left of the company.
It starts with the CEO who will agree to resign.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville/September;00]
[SUPER=01-Roger Kantas/Union Lawyer;12]
[SUPER=01-Carol Sheerer/UNITE! Union;37]
[RUNS=1:05]
[OUT Q=shuts down for good]

((
It's not the sweet sendoff Randy Rollins wanted.
The Tultex C-E-O will step down with 50-thousand dollars in severance pay ... only one third of what company lawyers first requested ... still, every dollar is controversial.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 1:09:41]
[IN Q=THAT'S]

((ROGER KANTAS/UNION LAWYER: THAT'S 50-THOUSAND MORE THAN THE EMPLOYEES EVER GOT. THEY'RE STILL OWED VACATION PAY AND BACK WAGES.)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=BACK WAGES]


35-hundred employees have been laid off since Tultex filed for Chapter 11.
Now only 245 are left ... and the court will pay them more than 800-thousand dollars in bonuses...
Baffling the union that sees a company owing millions of dollars ... and earning none.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 1:07:01]
[IN Q=it's ridiculous]

((CAROL SHEERER/UNITE! UNION: IT'S RIDICULOUS THAT A CEO OR ANY OF THESE FOLKS CAN GET A SEVERANCE PACKAGE OR RETENTION BONUS AND THE PEOPLE WHO ARE ACTUALLY PUTTING OUT THE WORK EVERY DAY UNTIL THAT THING SHUTS DOWN ARE NOT GETTING ANYTHING.)) [RUNS14]
[OUT Q=GETTING ANYTHING]


Company lawyers wouldn't talk on camera.
In court they said the workers who are left will work now on liquidating the company's assets ... selling its machinery, equipment and real estate ... earning as much as they can to pay the company's creditors ... before Tultex shuts down for good.))
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[Live=Scott Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=05-Danville;]
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[Double Boxes=Scott/Microwave & Ellen/Microwave]



[Textile-Relief]


[ANCHOR=SCOTT]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=99-49 1:25:11]
[GRAPHIC=Va Capitol - Textile Relief]


The immediate financial fate of the 35-hundred laid off textile workers is now in the hands of Governor Jim Gilmore.
[Double Boxes=Scott/Microwave & Ellen/Microwave]


Ellen Qualls is at the State Capitol with details on the fight over a relief package.
[Live=Ellen Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=@Ellen1;]
[SUPER=05-Richmond;]


Scott, right now, Governor Jim Gilmore is NOT publicly interested in short term help for these workers.
And that made for more than 200 unhappy people this morning in the House Labor and Commerce committee.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=One of them]
[SUPER=03-Richmond; :00]
[SUPER=01-Josh Lief/Deputy Commerce Secretary; :07]
[SUPER=@Cranwell; :16]
[SUPER=01-Del. Bob Hull/(D) Fairfax; :24]
[SUPER=@Armstrong; :43 ]
[RUNS=1:10]
[OUT Q=simple kids.]


(( One of them may have even been the man who had to deliver the Governor's bad news, in front of a sea of laid off workers.
[sot tape two 11:42:06]

((JOSH LIEF: WE ARE MARKETING THAT AREA. SO THESE PLANS I'VE JUST OUTLINED ARE PART OF A LONG TERM SOLUTION. THE TEXTILE WORKERS RELIEF ACT IS NOT THE ANSWER.))
[runs=:09]



[sot TAPE TWO 11:40:01]

((DEL. DICK CRANWELL: DIDN'T YOU TELL THE SUBCOMMITTEE THE OTHER NIGHT THAT THE ADMINISTRATION WAS OPPOSED TO THIS BILL? Yes and-- THANK YOU SIR.))
[runs=:06 ]



[sot TAPE TWO 11:51:20]

((DEL. BOB HULL/D-FAIRFAX: IF THE GOVERNOR WANTS TO DO SOMETHING HE CAN SEND A BILL DOWN AT ANY TIME. BUT TO HOLD THIS AND DELAY IT KILLS THIS BILL. AND IT'S A SLAP IN THE FACE OF ALL THESE PEOPLE WHO'VE COME ALL THIS WAY.))
[runs=:15 ]


The bill's sponsor, Martinsville Democrat Ward Armstrong finally just addressed the committee's Republicans, some of whom had withdrawn earlier support.
[sot TAPE TWO 11:48:16]

((DEL. WARD ARMSTRONG: IT ISN'T BEING IN THIS PLACE. IT ISN'T EASY GETTING SCORCHED BY THE GOVERNOR. I'VE BEEN UP THERE BEFORE AND HAD THAT HAPPEN. BUT THIS THING IS THE RIGHT THING TO DO. AND IF THAT EMERGENCY CLAUSE DOESN'T COME OFF, YOU'RE NOT GIVING ME A FIGHTING CHANCE.))
[runs=:15]


Then he turned to the laid off workers, giving them marching orders.
[sot TAPE TWO 11:59:29 voice of ]

((ARMSTRONG: YOU'VE GOT TO GO TO WORK ON THE GOVERNOR. HE HOLDS THE KEY ON WHETHER THIS LEGISLATION PASSES. IT'S THAT SIMPLE KIDS.))
[runs=:07]))
[Live=Ellen Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=05-Richmond;]


The emergency clause would make the benefits retroactive to January first.
But Armstrong would need 80 votes, instead of just 51 to get it through the House -- so he's trying now for benefits in July as a better than nothing compromise.
The Republican who led the debate on this committee expressed genuine hope that Armstrong and the Governor could come together.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Ellen/Microwave]


The AFL-CIO volunteered to pay the 700 dollar per bus tab to bring any workers interested in coming back Friday back for more.

[Job-Fair]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=00-02 31:27]
[GRAPHIC=None]


A major telecommunications company is taking a sneak peek at the workforce in the New River Valley today. It's an audition for workers that could result in 12-hundred jobs.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Marya/Microwave]


Marya Jones is at the Montgomery County Enterprise building in Christiansburg, with the details.
[Live=Marya Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=@Marya1;]
[SUPER=05-Christiansburg;]
(rollcue....12 hundred new jobs.)
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Christiansburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Melissa Lucas/Job Seeker; :13]
[SUPER=01-Lori Ferrell/Job Seeker; :31]
[SUPER=01-Bob Isner/Montgomery Co. Econ. Dev. Dir.; 1:03]
[RUNS=1:12]
[OUT Q=decision very quickly.]


It's a Jobs Expo for 12-hundred jobs that don't exist ... yet.
But that didn't stop people from showing up by the hundreds to prove they were more than capable of filling them.


Melissa Lucas was first in line at 11 this morning.
[SOT 49:42 - :48]

((MELISSA LUCAS: WE HAVE THE PEOPLE HERE IN THIS AREA TO FILL THOSE JOBS THAT THEY HAVE FOR US. ))
[RUNS=:06]


The jobs range from over the phone customer service jobs to supervisory positions.
Many putting in their resumes and applications for them, like Lori Ferrell, were some of the 900 Volvo workers laid off at the Dublin plant last week.
[SOT 53:17 - :25]

((LORI FERRELL: LAST FRIDAY WAS OUR LAST DAY AND WE'RE ALL OUT HERE THIS WEEK TO SEE WHAT ELSE IS OUT THERE BESIDES UNEMPLOYMENT. ))
[RUNS=:08]


The telecommunications company, sources confirm, is EchoStar Communications -- one of the nation's leading satellite broadcasting companies.
EchoStar won't say if Montgomery County is under consideration for its new customer service call center. But county officials say it's between workers here and another location.
Economic development officials say the turnout today was what they'd hoped for.
But whether the big showing will make a big impression with the company remains to be seen.
[SOT 1:00:06 - :15]

((BOB ISNER: I'D LIKE TO SAY IT'S A DONE DEAL ... NO.. IT'S CERTAINLY NOT. IT'S A DECISION AT THE CORPORATE LEVEL OF THIS COMPANY. THEY HAVE PROMISED US THAT THEY HOPE TO MAKE A DECISION VERY QUICKLY.))
[RUNS=:09]
[Live=Marya Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=05-Christiansburg;]
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[Double Boxes=Keith & Marya/Microwave]
[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Keith]
[SS=NONE]


It's a tie. State lawmakers go 50-50 on a seat belt bill. We'll explain what that means next on News 7 at 6.
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[VO-NAT]


And do today's students know anything about "real life" as adults? A local college helps these students find out.
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[COMMERCIAL][Seat-Belts]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=99-52 1:13:37]
[GRAPHIC=Safety Belts]


A 50-50 tie has crushed a seatbelt enforcement bill in the House of Delegates.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond;]


The bill would allow police officers to stop drivers for the already existing seat belt law.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 04:04:53]
[IN Q=You've got]

((DEL. BOB MCDONNELL: YOU'VE GOT A LAW...OR NOT?))
[SOT 03:54:22]

((DEL. JACK REID/R-HENRICO CO.: I HAVE NEVER.. FROM MYSELF!))
[SUPER=01-Del. Bob McDonnell/(R) Virginia Beach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Del. Jack Reid/(R) Henrico Co.; :07]
[RUNS=:17]
[OUT Q=from myself!]
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[VO-NAT]


In the heat of debate, one delegate even admitted to his law-breaking habit.
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[SOT 04:11:50]
[IN Q=I would say]

((DEL. RILEY INGRAM/R-HOPEWELL: BUT I WEAR...TELL YOU THIS--))
[SUPER=01-Del. Riley Ingram/(R) Hopewell;]
[RUNS=:06]
[OUT Q=you this--]
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[VO-NAT]


The House seatbelt bill died on a tie vote-- but can come back in a week in a Senate bill.
The insurance industry is lobbying for it.
The Gilmore administration against.
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[Bus-Accident]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6 p.m.]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=School Bus Accident]


Four students needed hospital treatment today, after the school bus they were riding in collided with a pickup truck.
The students were aboard Bedford County bus 152. State police say the bus was hit as it pulled onto route 746 near Chamblissburg.
Four Staunton River Middle School students and the pickup driver were treated and released from R-M-H.
State police charged school bus driver, Herman Lee Morris of Moneta, with failing to yield the right of way.

[Thermal-Cameras]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=99-53 1:02:05]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Some life- saving technology will soon be in the hands of Lynchburg firefighters thanks to one local woman's efforts.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Last Night]


Bev Lowry's group, "Eyes for Life," has raised nearly 16- thousand dollars to buy a thermal imaging camera.
The cameras detect sources of heat and help firefighters find victims in smoke- filled buildings.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 9:08:37]
[IN Q=And we need]

((BEV LOWRY/FUNDRAISER: AND WE NEED THOSE CAMERAS TO FIND OLD PEOPLE THAT WANDER AWAY FROM NURSING HOMES, TO FIND CHILDREN THAT ARE LOST IN THE WOODS.. TO GET PEOPLE OUT OF FIRES.))
[SUPER=01-Bev Lowry/Fundraiser]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=out of fires.]
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[VO-NAT]


Lowry was asking city council last night for two thousand dollars to buy the first camera.
Council appropriated 18 thousand.. enough to buy two cameras.
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[Council-Demos]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=00-04 15:06]
[GRAPHIC=Campaign 2000]


Roanoke Democrats are expecting a crowd next Tuesday, when they select candidates for Roanoke City Council.
With the filing deadline behind them, there are now seven Democrats vying for four seats on council.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Today, party officials pulled names from a hat, as candidates Bill Bestpitch and Angela Norman looked on.
The drawing determined the order in which names will appear on the ballot.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=We've got reprepsentation]

((VERN DANIELSEN/RULES COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN: WE'VE GOT REPRESENTATION FROM ALL PARTS OF OUR COMMUNITY, FROM THE BUSINESS SECTOR, FROM PEOPLE WHO ARE RETIRED, FROM PEOPLE WHO ARE PART OF OUR MINORITY COMMUNITY, SO IT'S A GOOD . WE'RE PLEASED WITH IT.))
[SUPER=01-Vern Danielsen/Rules Committee Chairman]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=we're pleased with it.]
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[VO-NAT]


Roanoke Mayor David Bowers does not have Democratic opposition.
The council candidates, in the order they'll appear on the mass meeting ballot, are Angela Norman, Jim Trout, Carroll Swain, Bill Bestpitch, Alvin Nash and Linda Wyatt.
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[Party-Labels]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=None]


A bill that would put party labels next to candidates' names on Virginia ballots went down in flames today.
After preliminary approval yesterday, three Republicans jumped ship and killed the bill today.
It's a bill that political analysts say might help the GOP in a Republican-leaning state.

[Stocks]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=NONE]


The Dow takes a dive ... and tech stocks tumble. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
[RUNS=:25]
[SUPER=x5102;]
[SUPER=430-y/258.44/10699.14/y/64.45/4363.05;]


The Dow fell 258 points to its lowest level since mid-November. NASDAQ dropped 64 points.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=tte]
[TAPE#=99-58 46:38]
[GRAPHIC=None]

In Southside Virginia, where thousands of textiles workers have lost their jobs -- Ferrum College students decided to show children the importance of a good career. So they gave each eighth grader a paycheck, then told them to live off the money. Tina Tenret tells us whether they survived.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=You told me]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.; :00]
[SUPER=@Tina1; :45]
[SUPER=01-Trevor McCrea/Student; 1:10 QUICK]
[RUNS=1:25]
[OUT Q=Tina Tenret News7 Franklin County]
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 13:45:45]
[IN Q=YOU TOLD ME]
((NAT SOT: YOU TOLD ME YOU DID LIKE TO SPEND MONEY SO THAT SHOULDN'T BE A PROBLEM, RIGHT?))
[RUNS=:03]
[OUT Q=PROBLEM RIGHT]

First stop: the bank, to cash the paycheck. Kenzie Law is a fashion designer. She and her partner earn eight thousand dollars a month.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 13:49:45]
((NAT SOT: THAT'S A LOT OF MONEY.))
[RUNS=:02]

Now off to pay the bills -- ten percent goes right to the taxman --
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 13:53:48]

((KENZIE LAW: THEY SURE DO TAKE A LOT OF MONEY.))
[RUNS=:02]

Then they pick a place to live.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 14:03:45]
((NAT SOT: LET'S BUY A HOUSE. LET'S BUY A PENTHOUSE! LET'S BUY OUR OWN MALL!))
[RUNS=:04]

They settle on a a condo with hardwood floors and new furniture -- 11-hundred-dollars a month. A boat, car and season hockey tickets later -- they plunk five thousand dollars into savings.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 14:55:28]
[SOT 14:17:55]

((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: THESE KIDS ARE LIVING LARGE. I HEARD ONE GIRL SAY THERE'S NO WAY SHE'D BUY HER CLOTHES AT THE WALMART BOOTH. THE UTILITIES BOOTH HAD TO ADD A CATEGORY FOR CELL PHONES.
BUTT BUTT BUTT

NAT SOT: WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO FOR YOUR KIDS? YOU GOING TO BUY THEM A PIZZA WHEN THE BABY SITTER'S THERE? NO, THAT

'S THE BABY SITTER'S JOB. OH, THE BABY SITTER'S GOING TO BUY THE PIZZA FOR YOUR KIDS. OKAY.))
[RUNS=:17]

Trevor McCrea is married with three kids. He's doling out the dough for a truck, boat, and live-in nanny -- plus a hot tub and Mercedes for his wife.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 14:40:39]
[IN Q=THE SECRET]

((TREVOR MCCREA/STUDENT: THE SECRET IS WE PICKED HIGH PAYING JOBS. I WAS A PARTNER IN A LAW FIRM. MY WIFE WAS A NEUROLOGIST.))
[RUNS=:06]

So the lesson about getting good jobs was NOT lost -- but thank goodness they didn't give these kids charge cards. Tina Tenret News7 Franklin County
























[Sports tease]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=]

John Rocker was back in the big apple today looking to overturn his suspension, The Cavaliers will try and get back on the winning track tonight against Georgia Tech,
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[VO-NAT]


and Al Clark was a danger throwing and running at Tech, he talks about adjusting to the new arena game in sports.
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[S-UVA]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-60 28:39]
[GRAPHIC=ACC]


Tonight, the Virginia men's basketball team hits the hard wood in an ACC clash against Georgia Tech. The Yellow Jackets are 2 and 6 in conference, 11 and 10 overall and have lost four of their last five.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]

The Cavaliers started strong in the ACC and were 5 and 2 after beating UNC. But UVa has run into Duke and Maryland for back to back losses. However, the Wahoos remain positive and this season's depth is helping out.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=first audio]
[SUPER=01-Majestic Mapp/UVa Guard; :00]
[SUPER=01-Donald Hand/UVa Point Guard; :18]

((MAJESTIC MAPP/UVA GUARD:LAST YEAR THE TEAM WAS VERY GOOD, IT'S JUST THEY DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH BODIES AND THIS YEAR WE HAVE THE BODIES, SO WE'RE NOT GETTING TIRED AND WHEN WE DO GET TIRED, WE DO HAVE BODIES TO PUT IN, BODIES TO RUN IN AND OUT SO I THINK THIS YEAR WE HAVE ALOT OF BODIES SO AS THE GAMES GO ON WE'RE GONNA BE ABLE TO BEAT A LOT OF TEAMS BECAUSE WE HAVE BODIES.)) ((DONALD HAND/UVA POINT GUARD:THE TALENT IS THERE NOW YOU KNOW WERE A PRETTY GOOD TEAM WE JUST HAVE TO CONTINUE AND HOPEFULLY THIS IS ANOTHER STEPPING STONE FOR US TO CONTINUE TO WIN))
[RUNS=:25]
[OUT Q=continue to win"]
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[S-Rocker]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-48 (2:02:08)]
[GRAPHIC=Braves Logo]


Atlanta Brave pitcher John Rocker was in New York today at a hearing to overturn his suspension from baseball.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY; :]


Rocker was banned by baseball commissioner Bud Selig until May for racists comments he made about the people of New York City.
And the thought of the ban being overturned has irritated black leaders in Atlanta.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=First audio]
[SUPER=01-Charles Langford/Atlanta Youth Conference; :]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=......is America."]
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[S-Steam]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-56 1:16:02]
[GRAPHIC=Steam]


The Roanoke Steam will put the artificial playing surface in place next Wednesday at the Roanoke Civic Center. The team's first exhibition is April first and it is closed to the public.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


This will mark the first time former Virginia Tech quarterback and newly signed Steam signal caller Al Clark experiences arena football.
Clark tossed 19 touchdown passes in two seasons at tech and adds mobility to the equation, but knows he will have to adjust to a 50 yard field.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=It's]
[SUPER=01-Al Clark/Steam Quarterback; :00]

((AL CLARK/STEAM QUARTERBACK:IT'S GONNA BE STRANGE PLAYING ON A SHORTER FIELD. I HAVEN'T PLAYED ON A SHORTER FIELD SINCE PRACTICE. SO IT'S GONNA BE NEW TO ME. AT THE SAME TIME I'M GONNA HAVE TO LEARN, I'M A QUICK LEARNER. I PICK UP ON THINGS PRETTY QUICK. IT'S GONNA BE NEW AND EXCITING FOR ME.))
[RUNS=:11]
[OUT Q=exciting for me"]
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[S-Wednesday]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-61 3942tc]
[GRAPHIC=DAYTONA]


The NASCAR season is getting ready heat up later this week. Mike Stevens has more on what's coming up at Daytona in the coming days.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT TIME CODE 3942!!!!!]
[IN Q=FIRST AUDIO]
[SUPER=@mike1; :00]
[SUPER=01-Terry Labonte/Kellogg's Chevy Driver; :47]
[SUPER=01-Jeff Gordon/1999 Daytona 500 Pole Winner; 1:13]
[RUNS=1:45]
[OUT Q=...FROM DAYTONA."]
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