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Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX:

Terms of the Verizon settlement- -and its impact on phone service.
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And the state fair stirs controversey in the Latino community with its image of Carmen Mooranda.
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In sports, Mike Stevens will preview our first night of Friday Football Extra, George Tech head football coach George O'Leary talks about Virginia Tech,
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and we will get a first hand account of the Tony Stewart/Jeff Gordon altercation from Jeff's teammate Jerry Nadeau.
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A few breaks in the clouds right now but we can still see a few showers pass through early tonight......

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01:30:37 ((WE'RE VERY HAPPY BUT WE'RE GLAD TO BE BACK ALSO.))
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The 18 day Verizon strike comes to an end, but customers may still be put on hold.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Verizon]


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A tentative agreement between Verizon Communications and the Communications Workers of America was reached late last night.
After weeks of running the company on a skeleton crew, Verizon officials say they are anxiously awaiting the return of all C-W-A members.
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Jennifer Miele is at the Bell Atlantic building in Roanoke.
Jen, how many people have returned to so far?
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Keith, management says about 20 percent of their workforce returned today.... that's about 100 employees.
That's good news for customers who are tired of busy signals.
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[SUPER=01-Mike Rieley/Verizon Virginia]
[SUPER=01-Guy Angel/Union Vice-President]
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(( Heidi Hicks returned to work today after more than two weeks on strike. She's already feeling the pressure of an increased workload.
Corbin Overstreet will maximize his overtime this week. It will take weeks to fulfill the needs of customers who've waited for his services.
Management at Verizon has been working all hours to fill the void left by 80 thousand striking workers. They say they hope things will be back to normal soon.
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00:31:55 ((MIKE RIELEY/VERIZON VIRGINIA: YOU'LL STILL GET SOME BUSY SIGNALS TODAY AND TOMORROW. WE'LL HAVE A FULL FORCE BY MONDAY. IT'S PROBABLY GOING TO TAKE US A COUPLE OF WEEKS TO CATCH UP FROM THE BACK LOG OF APPARENT REQUESTS AND INSTALLATIONS.)) [RUNS14]
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Striking union workers in northern states settled Sunday night. Those in the South reached an agreement last night.
The contract cuts weekly overtime in half-- to seven and a half hours. Workers will now get a 30 minute break from phone calls per shift to process paperwork. They will also get a 12 percent wage hike over the three-year life of the contract, profit sharing, and stock options.
Union leaders say the contract will help workers like Hicks and Overstreet to better serve their customers.
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((GUY ANGEL/UNION VICE-PRESIDENT: THE COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS WHO WE FEEL ARE SOME OF THE FINEST COMMUNICATIONS PEOPLE IN THE BUSINESS ARE BACK ON THE JOB AND WE'RE GOING TO GET YOU IN SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.)) [RUNS08]
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Union presidents are in Washington now being briefed on the new contract.
Union members will be mailed ballots... and
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Keith the company hopes to finalize the contract in about a month.

[Celanese]


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Celanese union workers went back to the ballot box for a third time on a new contract offer today.
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THIS offer from the Giles County acetate plant won union leaders' full approval.
Workers rejected Celco's second proposal by a two-to-one margin less than two weeks ago.
The latest deal still does NOT cut back on mandatory overtime... but workers say it DOES raise wages, pensions and offer a large signing bonus.
We'll have the results of the vote at Giles County's largest employer for you tomorrow night.
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[Tabb]


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Was it murder or self- defense?
The answer will determine who's responsible for a fatal argument over a cellphone that left two people dead last spring in Amherst County.
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Witnesses say 21- year- old Stephanie Thomas and her 17- year- old brother Brian were both armed with handguns when they confronted Carlos Tabb on May 1st.
But police say Tabb fired first, killing Stephanie, then chasing down her brother and shooting him seven times.
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((ED MEEKS/PROSECUTOR: THERE'S A LAW THAT HAS TO DO WITH WHEN A PERSON MUST RETREAT FROM A SITUATION AND CAN'T STAY AND CARRY OUT AN ACT OF HOMICIDE. AND OF COURSE, YOU'VE ALSO GOT TO DEAL WITH THE ACT OF PURSUING THE YOUNG MAN AND BASICALLY EXECUTING HIM.))
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Tabb's lawyer says it's possible his client may argue he acted in self defense.
A grand jury will consider the charges in October.
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[Carmen-Mooranda]


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Cute and a hoot -- or degrading and dehumanizing?
The logo for this year's State Fair of Virginia means different things to different people.
Ellen Qualls reports on the debate over "Carmen Mooranda" and her mustachioed sidekick.
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Campy Brazilian music icon Carmen Miranda put some fruit on her head and took 1940s and 50s America to a new place in music.
Viva la difference in cultures.
"Viva la Fiesta. It's no Siesta!"
The State Fair of Virginia introduced Carmen MOOranda and her donkey sidekick two years ago.
This year, they are the Fair's theme.
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((FRANK RAMOS/DEPT. OF MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE: I VIEW IT AS A FORM OF IGNORANCE. I SEE MY ROLE HERE IN THIS ORGANIZATION REPRESENTING MINORITIES TO CHANGE THIS PARADIGM AND PERCEPTION THAT EXISTS. I DON'T WEAR A HAT LIKE THAT. I DON'T HAVE A MUSTACHE. AND I DON'T SING WELL.)) [runs:16 ]
The deputy director of the state's Minority Business Enterprise office says the logo is "very insulting" and downright unacceptable.
The new Hispanic Chamber of Commerce takes a lighter view -- but still points out that Carmen Miranda is portrayed as an animal.
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((MICHEL ZAJUR/VIRGINIA HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: I'M WORKING WITH THE STATE FAIR ON DOING SOME CULTURAL SHOWS FOR THEM. AND IT'S A VERY POSITIVE-- IT'S JUST A LITTLE THING LIKE THAT WITH THE BROCHURES JUST PUTS A NEGATIVE TASTE IN IT, BUT THAT'S NOT SOMETHING THAT WE CAN'T OVERCOME.)) [runs:17]
The Fair's general manager says animals are what the fair is actually about -- so the donkey and the cow are meant to be cute.
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((BRIAN HESSEY/STATE FAIR OF VIRGINIA: FOR THE PAST TWO YEARS, WE'VE HAD THIS PARTICULAR CHARACTER.. THE COW WITH THE LATIN FLAIR ON ALL OUR ADVERTISING MATERIALS. SO WE CERTAINLY DIDN'T ANTICIPATE THIS IN ANY WAY, SHAPE, OR FORM. IN FACT, WE DID A SURVEY OF PEOPLE THAT WE KNEW IN THE LATIN COMMUNITY, AND EVERYBODY THOUGHT IT WAS GREAT-- THOUGHT IT WAS A HOOT.)) [runs:24 ]

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((FRANK RAMOS/DEPT. OF MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE: I'M SURE THEY'RE NOT USING AN IMAGE LIKE THIS TO PROMOTE OTHER ETHNIC GROUPS IN THIS COMMUNITY. I THINK THEY'RE VERY SENSITIVE ABOUT THAT HERE.)) [runs:07 ]
Viva la controversy.
The Fair fires up September 21st at Strawberry Hill in Richmond.
Ellen Qualls, News 7.))

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Botetourt County is joining a national drug-treatment trend.
Next on News 7, find out how it's changing drug addicts lives.
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And the emu that nobody wanted may be close to finding a new home.
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[Therapeutic-Community]


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A Botetourt County prison is expanding its drug treatment program, costing taxpayers an extra 18-hundred-dollars per inmate every year.
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Camp 25, a minimum-security prison, is part of a nationwide trend of therapeutic communities, where inmates police each other. They form families, make their own rules, then confront the inmates who break them.
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((GARREN GATLING/INMATE: MOST PEOPLE ARE AFRAID TO CONFRONT ME EITHER BECAUSE OF SIZE OR COLOR BUT NOW PEOPLE ARE NTO AFRAID. THEY WORK ON THE PROGRAM, CONFRONT YOU, POINT OUT NEGATIVE BEHAVIOR AND YOU'RE FORCED TO DEAL WITH THINGS YOU'VE NEVER DEALT WITH BEFORE, THINGS I RAN FROM BEFORE.))
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Prison counselors like the program so much they tossed out 60 beds to make more space for it. Steve (Griss-AH-fo) Grisafo has been in two other programs but says this one's saving his life.
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((STEVE GRISAFO/INMATE: IT'S TEACHING ME RESPONSIBILITY. IF I LIKE ME I DON'T NEED THE DRUGS TO MAKE ME FEEL GOOD ABOUT MYSELF, TO MAKE ME FIT IN IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS.))
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Counselors say the program is too young to measure its success rate.
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[Special-Ed]


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Halifax County students are getting ready to go back to school on Monday.
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But the special education class at Cluster Springs Elementary School will not be ready on time. Maintenance crews have been working overtime on the mobile unit classroom.
The delay will affect Daniel Scearce and six of his classmates. Daniel has autism and has difficulty with changes in his routine.
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((ANGELA SCEARCE/DANIEL'S MOTHER: THE CONDITIONS AREN'T ACCEPTABLE. HE HAS A RIGHT TO HAVE HIS CLASSROOM TO BE READY FOR HIM. THAT'S WHAT I EXPECT. IF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM KNEW THREE WEEKS AGO THEY SHOULD'VE MADE SOME OTHER ARRANGEMENTS UNTIL WAITING UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE.))
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((BEVERLY CROWDER/SCHOOL PRINCIPAL: DUE TO THE MANUFACTURING DELAYS THE MOBILE UNIT WAS NOT HERE AT THE SPECIFIC TIME WHICH THE MANUFACTURER SAID IT WOULD BE HERE.))
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The school has arranged for a temporary classroom for the special ed students.
But Daniel's family says he'll stay home until the classroom is ready.
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[Boyd]


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The man challenging Virgil Goode for the fifth district congressional seat is stepping down as head of the National Black Farmers Association.
John Boyd says he wants to devote all of his time to his campaign.
The tobacco farmer from Mecklenburg County founded the N-B-F-A in 1995.
Boyd's campaign has been struggling financially.
As of June 30, Boyd reported only 12-hundred dollars in the bank, compared to Goode's 478-thousand.

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The President of the American Medical Association says during this election season, health care issues need to be brought to the forefront.
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Doctor Randolph Smoak told members of the Rotary Club of Salem that our health care system needs improvement.
And he says unless congress passes a patient of bill of rights, insurance companies and H-M-O's will continue to make health care decisions for doctors.
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((DR. RANDOLPH SMOAK/AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSN. PRES.: THEY WILL CONTINUE TO PLAY DOCTOR, THEY WILL MAKE MEDICAL DECISIONS, IN SPITE OF THEIR DENIAL OF THAT AND THAT'S ONLY GOING TO BE TO THE DISADVANTAGE OF THE PATIENT))
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Smoak says the A-M-A is on mission to make sure that no person is elected President who doesn't have a strong commitment to dealing with health issues.
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Stocks gained ground as investors got more evidence that the economy is slowing. [TAKE DOW, NASDAQ & BLOOMBERG PAGE ]
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The DOW gained 38-points, NASDAQ climbed 42.
The Bloomberg News 7 Index rose about half a point.
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Three graduates of Virginia Military Institute have been appointed to the V-M-I Board of Visitors by Governor Gilmore.
Jay Raymond Sculley is in charge of subsidiaries in England, Belgium and the United States for Allied Research. Dennis Johnson is a managing director at Solomon- Smith Barney. And Gilmer Minor is the C-E-O of a Fortune 500 medical supply business.
The Governor also RE-appointed Sue Ellen Rocovich to the V-M-I Board. She's an emergency- room physician in Alleghany County.

[Emu]


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An exotic bird that was at first an intruder is now a welcome guest for two Montgomery County families.
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This emu (EEM-Yoo) has taken up residence in Jamie Hegarty's back yard.
The 5-foot Australian bird showed up there Saturday morning and has won over its hosts with little effort.
They call her "Ethel."
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((CHARLIE LYNCH/EMU SITTER: SHE JUST LIKES OUR COMPANY, I GUESS OR SHE CAN'T FIND HER WAY HOME. IT COULD BE ONE OR THE OTHER.))
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Ethel traveled several miles and crossed roads to reach the families' backyards in Pilot.
The bird's owners called Hegarty yesterday to say they no longer wanted her.
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((JAMIE HEGARTY/EMU SITTER: THEY SAID IT WAS THEIRS BUT THEY NO LONGER HAVE THE CAPACITY TO KEEP IT, SO IT'S HERE UNTIL WE FIND A NEW OWNER.))
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A Montgomery County animal warden says that several people who keep emus have offered to adopt Ethel.
Ethel's hosts say that's good news -- because she's bullying their dogs around.
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Winston Cup driver Jerry Nadeau was in town last night and he's gonna talk about the Jeff Gordon/Tony Stewart fight a few weeks ago, words from Georgia Tech's coach on Virginia Tech
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and a preview of what's in store for you tomorrow night on FFE.
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The 17th season of FridayFootball Extra gets its official kickoff tomorrow night as play begins across the Commonwealth. Mike Stevens has more from the site of one of tomorrow night's top contests.
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((MIKE STEVENS:)) ((The first week of the high school season always seems to feature some outstanding tradtional matchups like Giles vs. Blacksburg and Heritage vs. Glass. But rarely have we seen a week one opener like the one that will take place here at Salem when the Spartans host Brookville. It's a battle between two reigning state champions who are ranked number one and two in the preseason Super 7. ((WILLIS WHITE:)) ((BOBBY JOHNSON:)) 4 years ago in the playoffs a running back from Staunton River named Jarrett Ferguson played on this field. Now he's set to have his jersey retired at halftime of the Golden Eagles game with Altavista. ((JARRETT FERGUSON:)) ((BILLY HITE:)) Those are just two of game coming your way on Week number one of Friday Football Extra. ((ROLL:)) And if you're coming out here remember to arrive early - the Avalanche returns home to host Myrtle Beach and share the pakring lot. In Salem, Mike Stevens News 7 sports.))



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Obviously the key for Georgia Tech in the BCA Bowl this Sunday against Virginia Tech will be containing Michael Vick.
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One positive for the Yellow Jackets....they've practiced against a pretty versatile QB the last four years in Joe Hamilton.
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So what impresses O'Leary about Vick?
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[S-Jerry]


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The Goracing.com 500 Sunday at Bristol marks the next stop for Winston Cup Drivers.
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Before heading south, Jerry Nadeau, the driver of the #25 Rick Hendrick Monte carlo paid Thunder Valley a visit to he

lp raise money for Juvenile Diabetes. He signed and drove with fans.
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Of course Jeff Gordon is one of his teammates and last night, Nadeau commented on the altercation Jeff had with Tony Stewart a few weeks ago at Watkins Glen.
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((JERRY NADEAU/TWO TOP 5 FINISHES THIS SEASON:))
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[OUT Q=.....they're all over it"]
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[Promo]


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If you're planning to tail gate before Virginia TEch football games this year, you may see some changes.
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Jean Jadhon is in the newsroom with more on that.
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For the first time, Tech will ask tailgaters to recycle.
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Over the years, tailgaters have been used to throwing their cans onto the ground or in a trash can.
Now special recycling bins will be placed around the stadium.
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[Live=Jean Full/Newsroom]


Why is the move important and how will it help the school?
We'll answer those questions tonight on News 7 at Eleven.
[Double Boxes=Keith and Jean/Newsroom]

Keith?