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Coming up next...
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Hurricane Gordon is bearing down on Central Florida with wind and heavy rain.
The Presidential candidates agree on a series of debates.
The sound of jazz filters through downtown Roanoke.
But it was the Dixie Chicks that brought thousands to another Roanoke location.
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The NEWS is next.[Open]
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A local chapter of the N-double-A-C-P is calling for an investigation into last weekend's fatal motorcyle accident in Roanoke.
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Hundreds paid their final respects this afternoon to 31 year old James Curtis Minor.
According to Roanoke police, officers began pursuing Minor after they saw him speeding and ignoring stoplights.
Minor later collided with a car at the intersection of 11-th and Hanover streets.
While some are blaming police for the accident... others hope violence isn't the outcome.
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((REV. JOSEPH MAYO/PASTOR: WHEN YOU HAVE ANGER OTHER THINGS OCCUR SO WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THOSE THINGS ARE CHALLENGED IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION THAT WE CAN BRING THINGS ON THE TABLE AND TALK ABOUT IT TO MAKE SURE THIS DOESN'T HAPPEN AGAIN.))

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Police reports say the officer who was pursuing Minor stopped following him because he felt it was NOT safe.
The papers also state the accident took place several blocks from where the officer stopped his pursuit.



[Hurricane]


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South Florida residents are boarding up windows and buying supplies... as a major storm heads their way.
Ned Roberts reports from Tampa.
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[Debates]


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The arguing over presidential debates appears to be over.
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Campaign aides for Al Gore and George W. Bush say the candidates have agreed to a series of three debates.
Both sides say the format will be more free flowing than in previous elections.
The three October debates will allow more interaction between the candidates and moderator Jim Lehrer of P-B-S.
The first encounter will be October third in Boston.
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[Clinton]


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President Clinton took part in a ceremony today honoring the work of Mahatma Ghandi.
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A bronze statue was dedicated in Washington D-C today on behalf of the leader.
The Indian government dedicated the statue to honor Ghandi's work with the poor.
Clinton also took time out today for his weekly radio address.
The President says he'll ask Congress for funds to aid the nation's nursing homes.
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(( I'M SENDING LEGISLATION TO CONGRESS NEXT WEEK THAT I BELIEVE CAN BE ENACTED THIS YEAR. IT WILL CREATE $1 BILLION IN NEW GRANTS TO BOOST STAFFING LEVELS IN NURSING HOMES THAT NEED IT MOST, TO IMPROVE RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION, AND TO GIVE MORE TRAINING TO CAREGIVERS, REWARDING THE BEST PERFORMING NURSING HOMES.))
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The legislation would also impose immediate financial penalties on nursing homes that endanger the safety of reside

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Roanoke has lost a long time civic leader.
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Judge Beverly Fitzpatrick Senior passed away early this morning at the age of 80.
Fitzpatrick was the youngest judge appointed to a Virginia court when he was given the position in the 1950's.
By the time he retired in 1980, he was the chief judge of the 23rd judical district.
After his retirement, Fitzpatrick led the efforts to save the Old Jefferson High School by turning it into the Jefferson center.
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He was the President of the center's foundation from 1989 until the time of his death.
Fitzpatrick was also one of the first judical leaders in Virginia to recognize alcoholism as a disease.
Beginning in 1967, he formed what he called an honor court. It gave alcoholics a choice of serving 10 days in jail or 10 hours in his court where they were taught about the disease.
Services for Judge Beverly Fitzpatrick Senior will be 11 Monday Morning at the Second Presbyterian Church in Roanoke.

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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Coming up next on the newscast, a local Habitat for Humanity project is an all woman affair,
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And they weren't building a house, but the Dixie Chicks were generating a lot of excitement tonight at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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[Dixie-chicks]


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Tonight was the night country music fans had been waiting for for weeks.
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A sold out crowd at the Roanoke Civic Center was ready to run with the Dixie Chicks.
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Currently one of the country's most popular groups, Natalie Maines, Martie Seidel and Emily Robinson are headlining the first major tour. Their album Wide Open Spaces has sold more than eight million copies.
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[Habitat-House]


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It's a first for Roanoke.... and it's all thanks to women.
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This Habitat for Humanity house is being built by a group of women.
25 ladies are putting their muscles to work to get the four bedroom home on Gilmer Avenue completed in the next 14 weeks.
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((KAREN MASON/ORGANIZER: THIS IS JUST AN OPPORTUNITY TO BRING TOGETHER WOMEN FROM THE ROANOKE VALLEY COMMUNITY TO LEARN NEW SKILLS TO PARTNER WITH HABITAT AND TO BENEFIT AT HABITAT HOME OWNER FAMILY.))
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The women will be out there on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 to 3.
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[Business-Review]


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Construction woes for residents throughout our viewing area this week.... a 55-mile pipeline and a 3 story condominium are fueling several feuds.
Jennifer Miele has those stories in this week's business review.
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This week in review, Virginia Gas plans to build a 55-mile long pipeline from Montgomery County to Roanoke.
Opponents asked the company to co-locate its line with Duke Energy's existing line.
Duke Energy's has agreed, but Virginia Gas is not expected to accept the offer. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE]
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More than eight months ago, Roanoke's board of zoning approved construction of this five million dollar project.


When developers ran into trouble with rock and tree removal, the zoning administrator, NOT the board, approved a 90 degree rotation in construction.
A work stoppage order was issued, but developers continued construction while the decision was appealed.
The board's new decision is still pending. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE]
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Environmentalists say they're concerned the Roanoke Scrap Iron and Metal Company site is leaking contamination.
The city estimates clean-up of the alleged highly contaminated site would cost 30 million dollars.
Just one problem ..... the city has never been inside the scrap yard to determine that cost.
Elected officials say they plan to look into the matter further. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE]
Finally the Dow was down 160 points to close at 10,927 and the NASDAQ also finished down to end the week at 3835.
For News 7, I'm Jennifer Miele, and that's this week's business review.))


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Roanoke's City Manager says she assumed the Virginia Scrap Iron and Metal site was contaminated when she said it would cost 30 million dollars to clean up.
The site is where Carilion's Biomedical facility is proposed to go.
So far, there have not been any studies conducted on the site to show there is contamination.
Darlene Burcham said she made that statement based on information from environmentalists about similar sites.
Burcham's statement caught the attention of officials with the Department of Environmental Quality.
They plan to be at the site on Monday to inspect it.

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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll have a taste of today's Jazz and Blues Festival,
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[VO-NAT]


And coming up after sports, we'll see who is the latest winner from a Big Brother house.
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[Blues-Festival]


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Today's nice weather made it a picture perfect day to sit outside and listen to music at the Taste of the Blue Ridge Blues and Jazz Festival in Roanoke's Elmwood Park.
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This just in - Rutgers is no longer unbeaten! Mike Stevens and photographer Greg Moore tell us how Vick flipped out and the defense tossed a shutout in yesterda's 49-to-nothing victory
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Dan Ellis passed for 3 touchdowns 2 to Billy McMullen as Virginia beat Duke 26 to 10.
The Cavaliers improve their record to 2 and 1 and now must get ready for 16-th ranked Clemson next Saturday at Scott Stadium.
Ferrum gets a win at home. More when we return.

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Down at Victory Stadium Virginia Union and Livingstone would hook up in the first annual Western Virginia Education Classic.
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Beautiful weather and the atmosphere made the classic a special day for those who put on the game for T-A-P's Project Recovery progrram which tries to persuade dropouts to return to school.
And the plans are to make the game an annual event.
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((ANNETTE LEWIS/TAP: TO GET THE WORLD OUT ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF CONTINUING ONES EDUCATION IS WORTH ANYY EFFORT. SO REGARDLESS OF WHAT HAPPENS HERE TODAY AND WE ALREADY HAVE A GOOD TURNOUT AND THE WORLD IS OUT THERE. I THINK WE HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL.)) ((DR. BERNARD FRANKLIN/VIRGINIA UNION PRESIDENT: I THINK ITS AN EXCELLENT IDEA THE EVENT GALVANIZES THE COMMUNITY AND IT SERVES AS A CATALYST TO UNDER SCORE THE IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION AND WE'RE DELIGHTED TO BE PARTICIPATING IN THIS EVENT.))
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The fans turned out to see the battle between the 2 Division Two Teams.
And Union would get them on their feet on the opening kickoff. Derrick Reed of Tunstall High School fields the ball and he takes it to end zone on the 80 yard run and the Panthers would take the 7 to nothing lead.
[SUPER=36-Virginia Union/44/Livingstone/13/;]


Union would add another score in the first quarter Treymane Hill scoring on the short run and Union wins it 44 to 13.
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Ferrrum College rebounded from last weeks loss yesterday to beat Greensboro 17 to 14 in Overtime.
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The Panthers touch the rock at W. B. Adams Stadium.
But Greensboro got on the board first quarterback Wesley Wilder throws the bullet over the middle to Mark Bauer and the Pride led 7 to nothing.
The Panthers rallied. Kodi Smith takes the handoff and bulls over from the three yard line and the score was tied at 7 to 7 at the half.
[SUPER=36-Ferrum/17/Greensboro/14/Overtime;]


Then in the third quarter Joe Brent takes the handoff and he scores up the middle from the five and the Panthers win it 17 to 14 in Overtime.
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That's it for Sports. Have a great day everybody.


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In Knoxville, The Florida Tennessee game went to the wire.
The Gators capped a 91 yard drive when Jessie Palmer Hit Jabbar Gaffney on this 3 yard T-D pass play the referees said Gaffney held it long enough and Florida wins it 27 to 23.
Lets check the scores.
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New York moved a step closer to clinching the American League East title with a 6 to 3 win over Cleveland.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/FOX; :]


Another super day for Glenallen Hill.
Hill had three hits including his 14-th homer since joing the Yankees this blast
[SUPER=35-New York/6/Cleveland/3/;]

in the bottom of the first to make it 1 to nothing New York and the Yankees end a two game skid with tthe 6 to 3 win.
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[S-Scores]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-St. Lous, MO/FOX; :]


Sammy Sosa joined Babe Ruth and Mark McGwire as the only players to hit 50 homers in at least three different seasons.
This solo blast in the sixth inning today gave Sosa 50. But the Cardinals edge the Cubs 7 to 6.
And here are the rest of the scores.
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[Big-Brother]


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There's a winner in the Big Brother House. Craig Phillips was named the winner of the competition yesterday.
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[SUPER=04-Big Brother-Channel 4;]


If the name doesn't sound familiar, it's because he's the winner of the British version of the show.
Phillips is a personal trainer from Liverpool who spent 64 days in the house surrounded by cameras.
Now that he has survived having his life scrutinized 24 hours a day, Phillips is living up to the name of Big Brother.
He promised all of his winnings to a family friend with Down's Syndrome. Joanne needs the money for a heart and lung transplant.
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((CRAIG PHILLIPS UK BIG BROTHER WINNER: "IF I AM IN ANY POSITION TO YOU KNOW RE-LAUNCH ANY SORT OF THINGS FOR JOANNE, I WANT TO DO IT. I WILL TRY EVERYTHING IN MY POWERS TO DO THAT. I OBVIOUSLY CAN'T DO THAT ON MY OWN. I DO NEED SUPPORT FROM OBVIOUSLY THE PRESS AND THE PUBLIC IN BRITAIN TO HELP ME. ))
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Ten million viewers watched the Big Brother finale. That makes it the highest rated show ever on Britain's Channel Four.
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