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Hundreds of area telephone workers go on strike. The latest at eleven.

State police revisit the case of a missing Virginia Tech student. Details tonight. [1-News-Head]
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Coming up on NEWS 7 at six.
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Hundreds of local workers take their message to the picket line-- after talks between Verizon and union officials fail to produce a new contract.
The latest in a live report.
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And-- new information regarding the disappearance of a Virginia Tech student.

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In sports, Highlights and scores from Major League Baseball.
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And the Carolina Panthers are hoping quarterback Steve Beurlein can get them back into the N-F-L playoffs.
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Hundreds of local Verizon employees hit the picket lines after a contract agreement is not reached.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

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Telephone workers from Virginia to Maine went on strike after negotiations between Verizon and two of its unions failed to produce results.
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Kate Weidaw is in Roanoke County where workers hit the picket lines early this morning.
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These Verizon workers hit the picket lines this morning around 6. In all more than 5-hundred employees in Roanoke are walking off the job. Currently Verizon and the unions are in contract negotiations, but these workers say they'll be walking the picket line until they get what they want.
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Dozens of Verizon telephone operators and line technicians woke up early to hit the picket lines. From the Bell Atlantic headquarters on Airport Road to the downtown office in Roanoke, to Hershberger Road strikers were holding signs and getting support from drivers passing by.
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The strikes comes after the union's three year contract expired at midnight on Saturday while negotiations were still taking place. Although talks are continuing workers want the company to know they mean business.

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((WORKER: NO CONTRACT NO PEACE!))
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((DAVID LAYMAN/LOCAL 2204 CWA PRESIDENT: WE'VE GIVEN COMPREHENSIVE PROPOSALS SINCE JUNE 26-TH AND THE COMPANY HAS FAILED TO ADDRESS THOSE PROPOSALS.))
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The local union president says the employees want a better pension plan and working environment.

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((DAVID LAYMAN: PEOPLE ARE CONSTANTLY MONITORED IN SOME OF OUR JOBS THE RULES TODAY MAY NOT BE THE RULES OF TOMORROW, THEY ARE REQUIRED TO MAKE SO MANY SALES AND ABRIDGE TO MAKE SALES.))
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While workers are off the job more than 33- thousand Verizon managers across the country will step in to take over their responsibilities. Officials expect few if any interruptions in basic telephone service.

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((DAVID LAYMAN: WE HOPE THERE IS VERY LITTLE SERVICE DISRUPTION.))
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((DAVID LAYMAN: THE COMPANY SAYS THINGS ARE AUTOMATED, BUT AUTOMATION DOESN'T TAKE THE PLACE OF 82-HUNDRED PEOPLE.))
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Officials at Verizon say there is progress being made with negotiations, the local Verizon manager was not available for comment.
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Yesterday's debate between Senator Chuck Robb and his Republican opponent raised questions about each candidates record.
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One of the questions centered on the gas tax.
George Allen says Robb tried to have a bill passed in 19-93 that would have raised the gas tax by 50 cents a gallon.

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((GEORGE ALLEN: WE WOULD HAVE BEEN PAYING 2 DOLLARS A GALLON AND YOU TALK ABOUT CONSERVATION THEN WHY DO YOU ALWAYS VOTE AGAINST ANY DOMESTIC PRODUCTION UNDER THE NORTH SCOPE OF ALASKA.))
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Robb says he made the proposal during the Persian Gulf War.
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Governor Gilmore says he plans to stay in the Commonwealth - despite his recent time in the national spotlight.
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The Governor played a prominent role in last week's Republican convention - and has led the campaign for George W- Bush in Virginia.
There's speculation that Gilmore is a a top candidate for a Cabinet post if Bush is elected.
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But Gilmore says he HAS NOT spoken with Bush about such a position - and he expects to serve as Virginia's Governor through the length of his term - which ends January 2002.

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The hiring process is becoming more and more competitive for school administrators around the country.
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Even local school systems are feeling the impact of changing times... as the teaching population ages and fewer young people enter the profession.
Last week-- Montgomery County still had ten teaching vacancies to fill.
Superintendent Fred Morton says it's often hard to compete with larger school systems in terms of salary.
But Morton says the New River Valley has a lot to offer.
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((FRED MORTON/MONTGOMERY CO. SUPERINTENDENT:I THINK ONE OF THE THINGS WE HAVE TO DO WHEN WE'RE RECRUITING IS TO TALK ABOUT A LOT OF THE BENEFITS HERE. WE'RE MADE A REAL COMMITMENT TO SUPPORTING TEACHERS IN TERMS OF CLASS SIZE AND SOME OF THE OTHER THINGS WE DO. WE MAY NOT BE THE BEST IN THE STATE, BUT WE'RE VERY COMPETITIVE IN TERMS OF WHAT WE'RE DOING THERE AND SO IT'S NOT JUST QUALITY OF LIVING LIFE, IT'S QUALITY OF TEACHING LIFE. ))
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Morton says school officials made approximately 40- recruiting visits to colleges and universities last year.
They also took along members of the community to talk about the positive things the New River Valley has to offer.
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Up Next - We'll profile a man whose mix of beer and politics has landed him in one city's top spot.
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And new developments in the case of a missing Virginia Tech student. We'll have more.
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West Virginia State Police are revisiting the case of a missing Virginia Tech student.
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It's been nearly two years since Rob Kovack was last seen in Blacksburg.
His abandoned car was discovered in Fayette County... near the New River Gorge Bridge.
West Virginia state police say the case has always been active but were recently given permission to devote even more time to it.
They've since met twice with Virginia State police to go over their files.
They say they have NO new leads or information.

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Danville's new mayor has been brewing more than politics during his lifetime in the Southside city.
John Hamlin's mix of beer and politics has landed him in the city's top spot.
Surae Chinn introduces you to him in this week's Virginia Profile.
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((JOHN HAMLIN/DANVILLE MAYOR: YOU'RE REALLY LOOKING AT OUR MAIN STORAGE AREA.))
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He's known in the Danville area as the beer man.
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((JOHN HAMLIN/DANVILLE MAYOR:IT'S AN EXCITING PROFESSION BECAUSE SO OFTEN WHEN YOU GO SOMEWHERE YOU'RE THE BEER MAN WHEN YOU SHOW UP HERE COMES THE BUD MAN.))
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The Bud man is the operations manager of the Danville Distributing Company. John Hamlin is also the mayor of Danville. [nats of vote]
Last month council members selected him to take the highest seat in the city.
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((JOHN HAMLIN/MAYOR: WHEN YOU SIT IN THAT MAYOR'S CHAIR THERE'S NO WHERE TO GO BUT STRAIGHT FORWARD.))
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He's been a council member for 14 years. He's been a businessman all his life.
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((this is our draft room it's 35 degrees and it's quite cool.))
And his beer business is sizzling.
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((JOHN HAMLIN/DANIVLLE MAYOR:AHH WE DO QUITE WELL. THIS IS A NON REPORTING STATE SO WE DON'T REALLY TELL WHAT WE DO.))

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And he might just have the mix of business success and politics Danville is looking for.
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((with any business we are dependent on the inner workings of the company.))
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((JOHN HAMLIN/DANVILLE MAYOR: I FEEL I HAVE A VERY GOOD BALANCE AND WHAT OUR COMMUNITY IS ABLE TO OFFER AND WHAT THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO ADDRESS.))
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We asked his coworkers how they feel about working for him now that he's mayor.
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((MARK PRETTY/CO-WORKER: WE JUST GET TO HARASS HIM MORE.))
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All jokes aside, they say Hamlin's business sense is right on the mark. And he has a pulse on Danville's economic development needs.
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((this is pretty much our office.))
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((MARK PRETTY/CO-WORKER: I'VE BEEN WORKING WITH JOHNNY FOR 17 YEARS AND THE WAY HE WORKS HERE I THINK HE'LL BRING THAT TO THE COMMUNITY OF DANVILLE.))
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But Hamlin is humble in his NEW role - ((I WAS NERVOUS))
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and wants to EASE into the spotlight.
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The Danville native, who married his G-W high school sweetheart 29 years ago and has a daughter, says life is good.


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((JOHN HAMLIN/DANVILLE MAYOR: WHEN YOU DO LOOK AT MY LIFE AND WHAT I'VE BEEN ABLE TO DO IN MY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIFE . IT'S THE BEST OF TIMES BUT IT CAN GET BETTER.))
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And that's just how he sees his city's future...with a good mix of business and politics it's more than a Friday night happy hour.
I'm Surae Chinn, News 7, Danville.))
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Still to come on News 7 - we'll have this week's top health stories in "Health Check"...
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And we'll show you a game of poker on wheels - and tell you what good cause these bikers are supporting.[Poker-Run]


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The Star City Chapter of the Southern Cruisers Riding Club took to the roads this afternoon to benefit Multiple Sclerosis research.
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More than one hundred bikers tried to get the best hand for the Poker Run.
Each biker is given a card when they stop at a different location.
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((BUDDY HINKLE/ORGANIZER: WHEN THEY GET BACK HERE THE PERSON WITH THE BEST HAND WINS THE POT, THEN WE SPLIT THE POT WITH THE MS PEOPLE))
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The event raised more than one thousand dollars for Multiple Sclerosis.
M-S then uses the money for research and client programs.
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The Centers for Disease Control rank Danville eleventh in the nation for syphilis cases.
That's just one of the stories topping this week's health review.
Joy Sutton has more.
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[tape 00-18 tc:1:14:45, bite is at the same place] (( In 19-99, the Health Department counted 99 cases of syphilis in Danville.
The city is now leading the state in the number of infections.
But the Danville-Pittsylvania Community Health Coalition is hoping to lower that statistic.
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((LOVELLE MAXWELL/COMMUNITY HEALTH COALITION: THE ISSUE OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE IS REALLY A SURFACE ISSUE OF SOME DEEPER ISSUE IN TERMS OF EDUCATION OF VISION OF WHERE PEOPLE ARE GOING AND EVEN SOME SPIRITUAL ISSUES)) [RUNS 14]
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Hollins Communication Research Institute received a 450-thousand dollar gift, from alumni of its stuttering therapy program.
While there is no cure for stuttering, the institute's program has helped dozens of people every year overcome it.
Take for example this man, who on day one could barely get out a word.
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Between 90 and 95 percent of people who go through the program leave with normal fluency.
The institute says money it has received will be used for more research.
And August is cataract awareness month. Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world.
Ophthalmologist Jonathan Till says approximately 60 percent of people 65 and older will develop some degree of cataract.
But he says younger folks are not immune.
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((DR. JONATHAN TILL/OPHTHALMOLOGIST: I'VE HAD PEOPLE IN THEIR 20'S AND 30'S WITH CATARACTS MAYBE DUE TO INJURIES OR DUE TO SOME TYPE OF FAMILY PROBLEM, ASTHMA, HAY FEVER, ECZEMA, AND PEOPLE WITH DIABETES GET CATARACTS EARLIER)) [RUNS 16]
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A cataract causes the lens of the eye to become cloudy.
Till says you might want to visit an eye doctor if you start seeing halos around lights or if driving at night becomes a big problem.
That's Heath Check, I'm Joy Sutton. ))

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And coming up in sports, Steve Beurlein is set to get the Carolina Panthers back into the playoffs the Mariners beat the Yankees.
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And A-C-C coaches say the level of play is down in the conference.
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The Washington Redskins open the regular season against Carolina.
Steve Mason says Skins defenders like Deion Sanders and Bruce Smith will have to bring their "A" game to stop the Panthers' Steve Beuerlein.
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((Steve Beuerlein engineered a well below 500 team to an 8 and 8 record last year. With that kind of effort and performance, it's no wonder he sounds like this team's leader at training camp. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
While Beuerlein put up huge numbers, his ego is still at normal capacity. And he is quick to recognize his talented receiving stable, especially former UVa standout Patrick Jeffers. ((:))
((:))
If Beuerlein should go down with injury, Damien Craig and Jeff Lewis are battling for the second string job. Steve Mason News 7 sports.))

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The Seattle Mariners were going for the split against the New York Yankees in the "Big Apple" today.
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Leading 3 to nothing, The Mariners would score again in the fourth Mark McLemore hits this double to left centerfield scoring Carlos Guillen to make it 4 to nothing Seattle.
The Yankees got on the board in the bottom of the fourth Bernie Williams gets all of this pitch sending it over the centerfield wall for a solo homer to make it 5 to 1 Mariners.
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But Seattle answered leading 7 to 1 Mike Cameron hits a shot to left field Alex Rodriguez rounds the bases beating the throw home to make it 8 to 1 and Seattle wins it 11 to 1.
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Florida put the broom on Cincinnati today sweeping the three game series and handing the Reds their fifth straight loss.
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The Marlins would use the long ball to put the Reds away.
In the top of the 8-th with the score tied 6 to 6, Derek Lee goes deep over the left field wall the solo homer made the score 7 to 6 Marlins.
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The very next batter Andy Fox takes this Danny Graves pitch over the right field wall for another solo homer and the Marlins beat the Reds 9 to 6.
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A busy afternoon in the Majors lets check some of the early scores.
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In football, this year's ACC has been the subject of much dispute over the equality of the teams in the conference.
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Florida State again leads the way heading into the 2000 season, but last year they were challenged most by two ACC counterparts, Clemson and Georgia Tech. Despite that fact, some coaches still think the level of play in the conference is down.
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