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Coming up next.
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Protesters take to the streets of Roanoke demanding fair treatment from the police department.
And, a man who won national awards in news and programming will no longer be running a popular local radio station.

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In Sports, The Roanoke College men's and women's basketball teams hit the road for N-C-Double-A division three games tonight. The High school regionals continue tonight.
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And Virginia Tech picks up a big Atlantic 10 win over Dayton this afternoon at the Cassell.
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We are marching through March with above normal temperatures. There's no end in sight-- we'll hit the mid 70s by midweek. Details coming up. [open]
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[SOT nat sound 32:14]
[IN Q=What can we do but protest]

((WHAT CAN WE DO BUT PROTEST IN THE MANNER IN WHICH WE'RE DOING IT.))
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[OUT Q=peace, unity]
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[VO-NAT]


Dozens march in Roanoke to send a message to police, city officials and the community.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.




[Protest]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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More than 50- protesters took part in today's march.... saying it's time to bring change to the city of Roanoke. [Teresa/Joy Newsroom]
Joy Sutton attended this morning's march and joins us with more.
[Live= Joy/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Joy1]


Teresa,
The protesters say it's time that police and other city officials are held accountable for their actions.
And, they say, if things don't change, everyone has the potential to become a victim.
(rollcue...become a victim. )
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((Armed with posters in their hands -- dozens of men, women, and children took their message down 2nd street in Roanoke.
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[IN Q=Justice, peace, unity]

((NAT SOUND: JUSTICE, PEACE, UNITY, JUSTICE, PEACE, UNITY ))
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[OUT Q=peace, unity]
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[SOT 21:10]
[IN Q=The marchers say this]

((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING; THE MARCHERS SAY THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF THEIR FIGHT. THEY SAY A WAR IS NOT WON IN ONE DAY AND THEY ARE COMMITTED TO BRINGING JUSTICE, PEACE, AND UNITY TO THIS COMMUNITY))
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[SOT 31:00]
[IN Q=The police department]

((BYRON CASEY/PROTESTOR: THE POLICE DEPARTMENT NEEDS TO STOP COVERING-UP FOR THOSE WHO ARE WORKING WITH THE POLICE THAT IS DOING WRONG, THIS IS NOT SOMETHING NEW, IT'S BEEN HAPPENING FOR QUITE SOME TIME. IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE BEFORE SOMETHING DRASTIC HAPPENS.))
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But many protestors say something has already happened in Roanoke.
They say it was unfair that Officer W.G. Boucher was cleared after he shot -- 38 year old Wilbert Lewis in December.
Lewis, who survived, was found unarmed.
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[IN Q=Who can you trust]

((ROMA WILLIS-TURNER/PROTESTOR: WHO CAN YOU TRUST, WHEN YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO TRUST THE POLICE DEPARTMENT, LAW ENFORCEMENT, WHEN YOU'RE AFRAID, SOMETHING HAS GO TO BE DONE))
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((NAT SOT: WE'RE CALLING THE MAYOR OUT, WE'RE CALLING CITY COUNCIL OUT, WE'RE CALLING THE POLICE DEPARTMENT))
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And that's why they took their protest to the steps of the municipal building.
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((NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE, NO JUSTICE , NO PEACE))
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Martin Jeffrey, president of the roanoke n-double a c p, says he wants to start a citizen review panel to oversee the police department.
In respone, Shelly Alley, the spokesperson for the Roanoke City Police Department, says the department can only respond to specific allegations -- so she can't comment any further.
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Teresa,





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He's built one of the most popular public radio stations in the country .
But as of today Steve Mills will no longer be the general manager of W-V-T-F public radio.
That's according to Larry Hincker -- Mills' immediate supervisor at Virginia Tech.
Hincker says Mills was removed from the position -- although, at this point, he is still an employee of the university.
Hincker says he can NOT comment on Mills future status with Virginia Tech, but did make this statement to News 7.
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He says "It is the appropriate thing to do for the station to have this change of management at this time."
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Hincker says Mills recent decision to cancel Metropolitan Opera -- which was subsequently reinstated by the university -- is just ONE of several factors as to why Mills was dismissed from the position.
But the Metropolitan Opera furor was not Mill's first clash with listeners. In 1995, he set off controversy with his decision to cancel the interview program , "Fresh Air."
Mills at the time said he felt the program had a sexual agenda.
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((STEVE MILLS: AN OFTEN TIMES THE ISSUES OF THE SEXUALITY OF THE PERSON, AT LEAST IN MY OPINION HAS NO RELEVANCE ON THE INTERVIEW AT ALL, BUT YET THE WOULD CERTAINLY COME IN OUT OF NOWHERE SOMETIMES, AND IT CERTAINLY LEFT SOME OF US WONDERING, WHY ARE THEY DOING THIS))
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Hincker would not comment on the other factors that led to Mills removal because he says it's a personnel issue.
Glenn Gleixner (Glex-Ner) WVTF's development director will be the interim general manager.
Hincker say listeners should know that:
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"We simply see this as an opportunity to re-group to serve our listeners the best way possible."
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Mills could not be reached for comment.




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FEMA has opened a disaster field office in Richmond.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency opened the office to help more than 100 Virginia localities recoup from two January storms.
The office will serve as a temporary command post to gather information on reimbursing agencies for a portion of the damage costs.
Under the program, FEMA will pay 75 percent of the damages -- state and local governments pick up the remaining 25 percent.





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Officials at the Hotel Roanoke are looking to the Southside for help.
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Hotel officials say unemployment is so low in the Roanoke Valley they're having a hard time finding workers.
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So earlier this week-- the hotel held a job fair at the unemployment office in Martinsville where thousands of laid off textile workers are out of work.
The Hotel is even offering to shuttle workers from Martinsville to Roanoke and back.
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((ERROL ALEXANDER, JR./HUMAN RESOURCES DIR.: PRIMARILY HOSPITALITY BUT WE ALSO HAVE ALL POSITIONS THROUGHOUT THE HOTEL, SERVERS, CONFERENCE SERVICES, ETCETERA, STEWARDING.))
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Another job fair is planned for Martinsville on Monday.
The positions pay between six and nine dollars an hour with full benefits.
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The I-N-S decides the fate of a Mexican couple caught in a moonshine bust. We'll have details when we return.
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And some Roanokers are willing to dive right in when it comes to helping the Special Olympics.
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Virginia's General Assembly is considering a bill that would bar local governments from suing gun manufacturers.


In recent years, dozens of cities across the country have sued the manufacturers in order to recover costs associated with gun violence.
A Senate committee will consider the bill tomorrow.



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A Mexican couple will NOT be deported for their suspected role in a Pittsylvania County moonshine operation.
Antonio and Beda Garcia were believed to be living in the United States illegally since 1992 -- but the Immigration and Naturalization Service's decision allowed them to be released on bond yesterday.
The Garcias were arrested Wednesday along with Nelson P. Giles after authorities found nearly two thousand gallons of moonshine and 65 gallons of finished liquor on Giles' land near Chatham.






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It was a chilly task, but more than a hundred people were willing to take the plunge.
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This courageous soul was just one of many who jumped into 50 degree water -- all in the name of charity.
The event is called the Polar Plunge and it was held at Cal Spas in Roanoke County.
Everyone who braved the chilly water raised money for the Special Olympics in Virginia.
Other attractions included the velcro wall and a car smash -- where people paid five dollars to take an unlimited number of whacks.
Even Roanoke deputies got involved -- by taking part in the dunking booth.
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((SCOTT BERSCHADSKY/SPECIAL OLYMPICS VA: BASICALLY IT RAISES AWARENESS AND THE CRUCIAL FUNDS NEEDED TO TAKE CARE OF OUR 13-THOUSAND ATHLETES WHO COMPETE YEAR ROUND IN SPORTS COMPETITIONS))
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More than 10-thousand dollars was raised today.
All of the food and games were donated by local businesses.
This is third time the event has been hold in Roanoke County.
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If you're a country music fan chances are you've heard of the Statler Brothers, but did you know they grew up in this area?
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Coming up... we'll take you to Staunton and show you where the Statlers got their start before they become stars.
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[Statler-Museum]


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For more than four decades, the Statler Brothers have been making music around the world.
In this week's "Time Off", Kimberly McBroom heads up to their hometown of Staunton for a tour of the Statler Museum.
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((NAT SOUND OF SINGING)) [RUNS:07]
These guys have been belting out tunes since before Shania was even born...
And during this age of country cross- overs, the Statler Brothers have stayed true to tradition.
Their roots originate in Staunton...it was in this auditorium where the group won its first talent contest in 1955.
The two ACTUAL brothers in the group, Harold and Don Reed attended school here.
The building is now the Statler Museum... ground zero for the group's business dealings.
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[SOT 15:27:01]

((CATHEY MORTON/STATLER TOUR GUIDE: THE UPPER LEVEL HOUSES THEIR PRIVATE OFFICES. AND STARTING FROM THE LEFT, THE FIRST IS DON'S AND THAT IS DON'S SEVENTH GRADE CLASSROOM. DON IS THE MAIN SONGWRITER OF THE GROUP. HE'S ALSO IN CHARGE OF ALL PUBLIC RELATIONS. )) [RUNS:15]
Phil Bosley and Jimmy Fortune round out the quartet... Fortune replaced an original member in 1982.
During the museum tour, you'll learn that The Statlers began their career singing gospel in the 50s and 60s...then switched over to country.
Around that time, the group also changed its name from "The Kingsmen"...its new name came from a box of Statler Facial Tissues.
As the Statler Brothers, they've received a room- full of gifts from devoted fans and several trophy cases of awards.
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((CATHEY MORTON/STATLER TOUR GUIDE: THEY HAVE RECEIVED THREE GRAMMYS. THEY'VE BEEN HONORED IN NASHVILLE FOR THEIR GRAMMYS AT STAR WALK. THEY'VE HAD THEIR HANDPRINTS PLACED IN THE WALK THERE. THE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS ARE AT THE BOTTOM, THE ACADEMY OF COUNTRY AWARDS BEHIND THOSE.)) [RUNS:17]
Also on display, tokens of appreciation for their 1989 single "More Than a Name on the Wall", a song that honored veterans.
Throughout their career, the Statlers have recorded more than 40 albums...but haven't had a new release in a while.
The song, "Flowers on the Wall" did reach a diverse audience in the mid- 90s when it was featured in the film, "Pulp Fiction."
Although they're said to be back in the studio now in Nashville....their best recognition may be for never forgetting where they came from.
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((CATHEY MORTON/STATLER TOUR GUIDE: WHAT YOU SEE IS TRULY WHO AND WHAT THEY ARE. THEY WALK OUR STREETS FREELY. AND IT'S NOT THAT OUR CITY DOESN'T CARE FOR THEM OR WE'VE LOST RESPECT. I THINK EVERYBODY'S STILL IN AWE OF THEIR CREATIVITY AND WHAT THEY'VE DONE WITH THEIR CAREERS AND WHAT THEY'VE DONE FOR OUR COMMUNITY. BUT THEY TRULY ARE THE GUYS NEXT DOOR.)) [RUNS:20] [use more statler file of parade 0:53:46]
And neighbors who, clearly, are always welcome.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Staunton.))
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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If you enjoyed this segment on the Statler Museum, why not drive up there and check it out yourself?
You'll find directions on our web site at W-D-B-J-7-DOT-COM.









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The Virginia Tech Hokies picked up a big Atlantic 10 win this afternoon at the Cassell beating Dayton 64 to 52.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Hokies vs Flyers; :]


The Hokie Bird was looking to pick a fight with out photographer Ken Kelinski.
Then Brendan Dunlop get the Hokies going early as he works the ball inside and hits this jumper.
Andre Ray then kicks it out to Russ Wheeler who sinks the shot from downtown Blacksburg.
But Dayton would come back and take the lead with this Yuanta Holland jam.
[SUPER=33-Virginia Tech/64/Daytona/52/;]


Then late in the half Dunlop drives again but this time he dishes off to Mims who puts it away for two of his 10 and the Hokies win it 64 to 52.
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Meantime, The Lady Hokies were knocked out of the Atlantic 10 tournament today.
U-Mass beats the Hokies 58 to 54. The Lady Hokies will now have to wait on an invitation to the N-C-Double-A tournament.

[S-ACC]


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[WRITER=rst]
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The Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech celebrated today with an 85 to 69 A-C-C win over Clemson.
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[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/RAYCOM; :]


It was the final home game for Bobby Cremins who is retiring at the end of the year.
Clemson's Adam Allenspach takes the ball inside and scores but the Tigers trailed 31 to 21 in the first half.
The Yellow Jackets then get it inside to Alvin Jones he hits the short jumper for a 33 to 21 lead.
Georgia Tech then kicked it outside to Jason Floyd who nails the three pointer for a 38 to 27 halftime lead.
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Clemson's Will Solomon tried to bring the Tigers back with the three but the Yellow Jackets win it 85 to 69.
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The Liberty Flames won their fourth straight Big South women's basketball championship today beating Coastal Carolina 74 to 64.
Liberty's Elena Kisseleva was named the tournaments M-V-P after scoring 15 points and pulling down 8 rebounds.


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The Roanoke College men's basketball team is a little over a half hour away from it's NCAA Division III tournament second round battle against Rowan tonight in Glassboro, New Jersey on the Profs home floor. Rowan presents a stiff challenge, something the Maroons have become quite accustom to this season.
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((PARIS BUTLER/ROANOKE POINT GUARD:))
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The Lady Maroons play Hardin Simmons of Texas tonight at 8.




[S-High]


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[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=None]
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The high school basketball tournaments continue this evening. Over at Northside George Wythe and Radford square off to determine the Region C champion. Both teams are already in the State.
[GRAPHIC=Region IV]


In Region four, Martinsville has a date with Gate City on its home court tonight at 7:00.
[GRAPHIC=Northwest Region]


The G.W. Danville Boys and Girls teams will play for the Northwest Regional championship at Lynchburg College.
The boys play Potomac and the Girls play Garfield.
[GRAPHIC=SPORTS LOGO]


Roanoke Catholic is the Virginia Independent School state champion. J.R. Reynolds hit a running jumper at the buzzer to lead the Celtics to a 44 to 42 win over Seton.



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A state wrestling title is on the line at the Salem Civic Center this evening.
All day wrestlers in the single A and group AA ranks competing for the big prize.
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Fans and wrestlers packed the house. Two Double-A teams rose above the pandemonium.
Christainsburg and Grundy were neck and neck as the semifinal round drew to a close.
Every match is a must win for both schools.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=we got]
[SUPER=01-Kevin Dresser/Christainsburg Head Coach; :02]
[super=01-Travis Fiser/Grundy Head Coach; :08]

((KEVIN DRESSER/CHRISTAINSBURG HEAD COACH: WE GOT TO WIN THE CLOSE MATCHES. BOTTOM LINE IS WE HAVE TO WIN THE FOUR TO THREES, THE THREE TO TWOS. THERE WON'T BE A LOT OF PINS TODAY. TRAVIS FISER/GRUNDY HEAD COACH: WE'VE GOT TO WIN THESE SEMIFINAL MATCHES. I SEE THEY JUST GOT AN UPSET WIN OVER THERE. WE NEED TO GET SOME UPSET WINS OURSELVES.))
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[VO-NAT]


The final start in just a few minutes at 6:30.
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[S-Qualify]


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Rick Mast failed to qualify in Las Vegas for tomorrow's CarsDirect.Com 400. Derrike Cope lead second round qualifying today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Las Vegas, NV/ESPN2; :]


Cope turned the mile and a half oval at a speed of 168-point 935 miles per hour to claim the 26-th starting position.
Stacy Compton will start 32-nd and here are the rest of today's second round qualifiers.
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[SUPER=0107-41. Kyle Petty//42. Wally Dallenbach//43. Darrell Waltrip//;]
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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The Virginia Tech baseball team won at home today beating Ohio 12 to 1.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Tech vs Ohio; :]


The Hokies got it started in the fourth. Brad Bauder gets all of this pitch sending it over tthe left field wall for a solo home run and the Hokies jumped out to the 7 to 1 lead.
[SUPER=34-Virginia Tech/12/Ohio/1/;]


Then the Tech defense closed the door on this play they work the 6 to 4 to 3 double play and Tech holds on for the 12 to 1 win.
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