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A local civil rights group wants to look into a deadly motorcycle crash - that followed a police chase.
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And, Roanoke loses a respected civic leader.
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[11NAACP]


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A fatal motorcycle accident and possible police involvement should be investigated... according to the local chapter of the N-double-A-C-P.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Hundreds paid their final respects yesterday 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.




[11Fitzpatrick]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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A respected civic leader who left his mark on Roanoke has passed away.
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Judge Beverly Fitzpatrick Senior died early yesterday morning at the age of 80.
Fitzpatrick was the youngest judge appointed to a Virginia court when he was given the position in the 1950s.
By the time he retired in 1980, he was the chief judge of the 23rd judicial 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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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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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 judicial 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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The Reverend Jesse Jackson joined President Clinton and Vice President Al Gore in Washington last night... before he makes his way to Roanoke today.
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The three attended a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation dinner.
Jackson and Clinton are helping the Gore-Lieberman ticket court the black vote.
Political analysts say heavy black voter turnout is vital to Gore, especially in swing states. At last night's event - Gore promised to end racial profiling by police. Jesse Jackson will appear in downtown Roanoke today at 2.
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[anchor=Denise]
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Meanwhile, Republican candidate George W. Bush told Californians last night that Gore is taking their votes for granted.
But Bush - who is resting after 3 days of campaigning in California - is staking his claim to the voter-rich state.
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Nationwide - the latest Newsweek poll shows Al Gore gaining momentum.
He leads Bush by 14 points - that's up from 8 points last week.

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Colorado fire fighters have contained about five percent of a wildfire burning near Boulder, Colorado.
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The 600 acre blaze is burning about 12 miles southwest of downtown Boulder.
Residents of near by subdivisions have been urged to evacuate.
As many as 200 firefighters are battling the blaze, but a sheriff's official says it's not enough.
Authorities think the fire was caused by people.
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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
The Dixie Chicks return to Roanoke...
And this time - they're bona fide stars.
We'll have concert highlights - ahead.
[ANCHOR=Leo]


And -
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[vo-nat] in Virginia Profile - Duke Ellington - the one on the airwaves in Roanoke... And Ralph Clark.
They're at the helm of one of the few small minority-owned radio stations in the country.
Stay with us.
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[Health-Check]


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Two cases of Legionnaires' disease are reported in Covington.
That's just one of the stories topping this week's Health Check.
Joy Sutton explains.
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[SUPER=01-Lee Wonson/Nursing Supervisor; :15]
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[SUPER=01-Barbara Beale/Roanoke City Health Department; 1:09]
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A Covington woman with Legionnaires' disease is hospitalized at UVA Medical Center.
A Covington man is being treated at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The two live in the same neighborhood, and now health officials are trying to determine if they caught it from the same source.
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[IN Q=Intially the patients have been interview and their families]

((LEE WONSON: INITIALLY THE PATIENTS HAVE BEEN INTERVIEWED AND THEIR FAMILIES AND NOTHING JUMPED OUT AT US RIGHT NOW. WHAT WILL HAPPEN NOW IS THE EPIDEMIOLOGIST AND THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT STAFF WILL GO THROUGH THE NEIGHBORHOOD ASK LOTS OF QUESTION LOOK FOR AREAS OF CONCERN TO SEE IF ANYTHING JUMPS OUT AT THEM, SOMETHING LIKE STANDING WATER, A FOUNTAIN, OR COMMON AREAS THAT PEOPLE MAY HAVE BEEN TO))
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Legionnaires' disease is spread through water vapor in the air, and the person has to inhale it.
For example: from humidifiers, air-conditioning units that contain water, fountains, spas, and recently legionella bacteria was even found in potting soil.
In other health news, more patients will have access to low cost or no- cost anti-HIV medications.
The Virginia Department of Health has received an additional 575-thousand dollars from the state.
The money will go toward the AIDS Drug Assistance Program. [OT1; 18]
[IN Q=We average around]

((WE AVERAGE AROUND 200 PEOPLE IN THIS AREA HERE, THE ROANOKE VALLEY. THERE'S A NEED FOR THAT BECAUSE WITHOUT THE MEDICATION THE HIV VIRUS WILL CONTINUE TO DAMAGE THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND CAUSE EARLY DEATH. WITH THAT PROGRAM MANY LIVES ARE SAVED))
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[OUT Q=are saved]


And the National Cancer Institute urged consumers to eat at least five fruits and vegetables a day last week as part of National Five a Day Week.
Extension Agent Donna Proctor says by adding fruits and vegetables to your diet, you're adding vitamins, minerals and fibers, which play a role in preventing cancer, heart disease and other health problems.
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((DONNA PROCTOR/EXTENSION AGENT: THERE HAVE BEEN OVER 150 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES HAVE SHOWN THAT IF YOU EAT AT LEAST FIVE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A DAY YOU DECREASE BY HALF OF GETTING DIGESTIVE CANCERS AS COMPARED TO PEOPLE WHO ONLY EAT TWO SERVINGS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A DAY))
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That's this week's Health Check I'm Joy Sutton.))


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DENISE JOINED ON RECORD BY 2 GUESTS

[SUPER=01-Julie McHugh/Memory Walk]
[SUPER=01-Treena Fogg/Alzheimer's Assoc. of Virginia;]



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[TAKE FS BOARD 9008] 12th Annual Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk Saturday September 23rd 9am Green Hill Park, Roanoke County For More Information Call 540-345-7600
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Condemned killer Derek Barnabei spent the last weeks of his life - demanding DNA testing he said would exonerate him. It didn't. He was executed Thursday. But since D-N-A testing was embraced in America's courtrooms in the late 1980s, it has had an impact that's no less than revolutionary... And Virginia blazed the trail.
Keith Humphry has a look back at some notable cases in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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[SUPER=21-Roger Coleman/Death Row Inmate; 1:48 --QUICK!]
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(([DNA REEL 1:05:49 - SPENCER WALK SHOT]
He killed 4 women - 3 in Richmond - 1 in Arlington.
Timothy Spencer was known as the Southside Strangler. [DNA TESTING FILE - JUST AFTER SPENCER PIC]
But soon he would gain a distinction perhaps even more noteworthy. In 1988, he was the first person in the nation convicted of capital murder - based on DNA testing. The successful prosecution led officials to question the possibilities - if a D-N-A data bank were established.
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((1:06:04 -VON SCHUCH: TIMOTHY SPENCER WOULD HAVE BEEN A SUSPECT IN OCTOBER INSTEAD OF END OF DEC/BEGIN OF JAN. -- 1:06:10 -- AND THERE'S A LIKELIHOOD THAT AN ARREST COULD HAVE BEEN MADE BEFORE THE LAST TWO - DIANE JONES SUSAN TUCKER WERE EVEN KILLED SO IT'S THAT SIGNIFICANT -- 1:06:18))
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[DATA BANK FROM DNA 12 TAPE TC 2:18:01 - woman going into room full of stuff and TC 2:09:28 - guy at microscope]
Within a few years - the data bank ideal became reality. Despite legal challenges - Virginia was the first state to pass a law allowing authorities to take and store D-N-A samples from convicted felons.
Virginia's Director of Forensic Science says the Commonwealth is still in the lead.
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((1:54:26 WE HAVE CLEARLY THE MOST ACTIVE AND MOST SUCCESSFUL DATA BANK IN THE COUNTRY - 1:54:30))
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[continue VO of guy examining bag contents!]
Earlier this month - the data bank hit the 200 mark- for the number of criminals it linked to crime scenes.
But D-N-A technology hasn't just PUT criminals behind bars. [FROM DNA-REEL TAPE TC 1:09:04 - EDWARD HONAKER] It's been instrumental in setting innocent convicts - free.
No one should know better than Edward Honaker (HONN-uh-KERR). The Roanoke man spent 10 years in prison for a 1984 rape he did NOT commit.
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((1:08:56 - MICHELLE HONAKER: HE'S MISSED OUT ON SEEING THREE OF HIS CHILDREN GROW UP. -- 1:08:59 -- AND WE'VE HAD TO GROW UP W/OUT A FATHER AND IT'S NOT FUN -- 1:09:04))
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[MORE HONAKER PICS]
Michelle Honaker would soon see her father released - when D-N-A testing confirmed he wasn't the rapist. [from 92-13 - ROGER COLEMAN VO AND 2-SHOTS WITH COLEMAN AND KEITH]
Genetics testing led to a firestorm of controversy surrounding the execution of Roger Coleman, who was convicted BEFORE the days - of D-N-A testing.
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((ROGER COLEMAN: I REQUESTED DNA FINGERPRINTING... PROVE MY INNOCENCE.))
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In 1990 - D-N-A testing revealed there was semen [DNA REEL WANDA MCCOY PIC 11:15:48] from TWO men in victim Wanda McCoy's body. [VO OF ASSISTANT PROSECUTOR AT BEGINNING OF 92-13 PKG]
An assistant prosecutor conceded the results suggested another [VO GOV. WILDER FROM 92-13 PKG] person was involved in McCoy's rape.
Governor Wilder refused to commute Coleman's death sentence. [FROM DNA-REEL 11:19:14 - VICTIM'S HUSBAND WALKING]
The victim's husband was grateful for the decision:
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((11:15:30 IT KINDA YOU KNOW COMES ALL A SUDDEN AND YOU THINK THIS THING'S FINALLY GONNA COME TO AN END... 11:15:37 - YOU'RE GONNA SEE A FINALITY TO IT AT LAST -11:15:40))
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But questions regarding Coleman - and D-N-A - linger to this day.
Last week, two national newspapers asked permission to test D-N-A from the old case, again.
The Washington Post and Boston Globe said advances in testing since Coleman's execution - could resolve doubt as to his guilt, once and for all.
That's Virginia Newsreel. I'm Keith Humphry.))



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Virginia Union and Livingstone battled in the first annual Western Virginia Education Classic at Victory Stadium.


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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 program 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 ANY 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 for the return of college football to Victory Stadium.
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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Coming up.. Florida residents prepare for an unwelcome guest. Hurricane Gordon could make landfall as early as tonight.
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[vo-nat] And, the Dixie Chicks shine in the Star City - before a packed house.
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Residents of Central Florida are bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Gordon.
Heavy rain is already falling in the area.
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Forecasters say the storm could bring up to ten inches of rain with it when it comes ashore later today, probably between Fort Myers and the Panhandle.
John Segler has been working all night to protect his two houses and his business.
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Airlines have canceled flights in and out of Central Florida.
Some passengers have been told it could take up to three days to get a flight out of the area.
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[Robb-Allen]


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Senator Chuck Robb has won the endorsement of the Sierra Club.
The national environmental group accused Republican Challenger George Allen of not enforcing the Clean Air Act and cutting funds to the Department of Environmental Quality during his term as governor.
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Meanwhile, Allen and Governor Jim Gilmore attacked Robb's voting record on tax increases.
The republicans slammed Robb for opposing Gilmore's car tax cut.


[Burcham]


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It was just an assumption - but officials are looking into it.
Earlier this month Roanoke City Manager Darlene Burcham said the Virginia Scrap Iron and Metal site was contaminated - and it would cost 30 - MILLION dollars to clean it up.
Burcham says she made the statements based on assumption.
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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.
Burcham says her statement was based on information from environmentalists about similar sites.
Burcham's statement caught the attention of officials with the Department of Environmental Quality.
They will inspect the site Monday.
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[11Dixie-chicks]


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The Dixie Chicks played to a packed house in the Star City last night.
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A sold out crowd at the Roanoke Civic Center was ready to run with the wildly popular group.
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[OUT Q=about love.]
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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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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
Forget housekeeping - several area women are BUILDING a house in Roanoke.
We'll show you - just ahead.
[ANCHOR=Leo]


Plus -
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Blues, jazz, and plenty of food were the ingredients that provided a Taste of the Blue Ridge yesterday.
We'll have highlights, a little later. [Leo ad-lib into the travel forecast]
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Few small minority-owned radio stations are left in America, but one broadcasts from Roanoke. At W-T-O-Y 1480 A-M, two men calling themselves the Project Boys have a special mission: to unite the Roanoke Valley.

Duke Ellington and Ralph Clark have pushed aside hurdles to provide public information, and in this weekend's Virginia Profile, Tina Tenret takes us inside their studio.
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[VA-Profile]


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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :10]
[SUPER=04-August 5; :44]
[SUPER=01-Duke Ellington/WTOY; :51]
[SUPER=01-Ralph Clark/WTOY; 1:06]
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[SOT 10:52:14]
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((DUKE ELLINGTON/WTOY: WELL LIZ CONGRATULATIONS. WHAT STATION MADE YOU A WINNER THIS MORNING? LISTENER: W-T-O-Y. ELLINGTON: THANK YOU MA'AM. PEACE! PEACE!))
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Welcome to W-T-O-Y in Northwest Roanoke -- or 1480 A-M. This is any weekday morning between 10 and 11.
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[SOT 10:17:13]
[IN Q=Have you tried]

((DUKE ELLINGTON/WTOY: HAVE YOU TRIED OUR GRIBS YET? LISTENER: OH NO. ELLINGTON: THIS IS A NEW VARIATION ON BARBEQUE RIBS. IT'S CLARK AND DUKE'S GRIBS. OKAY WELL I HAVE TO MAKE SURE I GET SOME.))
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[OUT Q=I get some]

Duke Ellington and Ralph Clark say what makes their show special is community involvement -- callers sharing information about free local events.
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[IN Q=It's another]

((CALLER: GOOD FOOD, HATS, T-SHIRTS. YOU NAME IT. YOU'LL BE ABLE TO DO IT. WE'LL ALSO HAVE SOME EDUCATIONAL BOOTHS.))
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[OUT Q=EDUCATIONAL BOOTHS]

Minutes later Duke and Clark give away tickets to the event.
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((RALPH CLARK/WTOY: QUESTION. WHAT FAMOUS DANCER AND JAZZ SINGER WAS CALLED THE BLACK VENUS? AND THAT IS GOOD FOR TWO STUDENT TICKETS TO THE WESTERN VIRGINIA EDUCATION CLASSIC. butt butt butt 344-9484. RINGS. GOOD MORNING. CALLER: WAS THAT JOSEPHINE BAKER? CLARK: THAT WAS JOSEPHINE BAKER. YOU ARE CORRECT.))
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[TAPE#=00-10; TC 2:01:41]

The team raised more than three-thousand-dollars to throw the Stone Soul Picnic in Washington Park, put on entirely by volunteers.
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[SOT 11:21:49]
[IN Q=We'd like]

((DUKE ELLINGTON/WTOY: WE'D LIKE TO GO BACK TO THE COMMUNITY CONCEPT WHERE I WATCH YOUR KID, YOU WATCH MY KID. THAT'S HOW IT WAS AT THE PICNIC. WE HAD LOTS OF FAMILIES, LOTS OF KIDS. THE KIDS WEREN'T WITH ONE FAMILY, THEY WERE RUNNING AROUND FREELY BUT WE WERE ALL WATCHING OUT FOR ONE ANOTHER.))
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[OUT Q=for one another]

They've supported listeners:
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[SOT 11:13:02]
[IN Q=We found out]

((RALPH CLARK/WTOY: WE FOUND OUT LATER HE WAS AT THE POINT OF COMMITTING SUICIDE. WE TALKED TO HIM DURING THE SHOW AND SETTLED HIM DOWN. AND I THINK HIS HEART IS STILL TICKING RIGHT TODAY.))
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and kidded their fans with tickets to a nonexistent Luther Vandross concert. The April Fools joke backfired when fans mobbed Clark.
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[SOT 11:13:46]
[IN Q=So he called]

((DUKE ELLINGTON/WTOY: SO HE CALLED ME AT HOME. DUKE, HOW DO I GET OUT OF THIS? RALPH CLARK/WTOY: HELP! DUKE ELLINGTON/WTOY: SO I DIDN'T COME IN. RALPH CLARK/WTOY: HE STAYED AT HOME. DUKE ELLINGTON/WTOY: TALKED TO HIM ON THE PHONE.))

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[OUT Q=TALKED TO HIM ON THE PHONE]

Very little ad revenue and a tiny staff forces Duke and Clark to work harder.
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[IN Q=BUT WE'RE GOING]

((DUKE ELLINGTON/WTOY: BUT WE'RE GOING TO BE HERE. WE'RE FIGHTERS. RALPH CLARK/WTOY: TIL THE END! BUTT BUTT BUTT
NAT SOT: AND AS WE ALWAYS CLOSE ... TOGETHER WE SAY, PEACE. PEACE! AND HAVE A GREAT DAY.))
[RUNS= :11]
[OUT Q=and have a great day]

Tina Tenret News7 Roanoke.))





[11Habitat-House]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=00-30 1:40:22]
[GRAPHIC=Habitat for Humanity]


Several Roanoke Valley women are keeping themselves busy - building a house.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


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.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 3:01:07]
[IN Q=This is]

((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.))
[SUPER=01-Karen Mason/Organizer]
[RUNS=13]
[OUT Q=owner family]


ad lib toss to LEO

[Sports-Extra]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=sports extra #2]
[GRAPHIC=None]

[anchor tag anchor tag]
When you think of cycling, international sports stars like Lance Armstrong come to mind.
Now think a little closer to home. A Salem man has developed a product which may revolutionize the sport.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Blue Ridge Parkway; :00]
[SUPER=01-Brian Marshall/Speedbars Developer; :13]
[super=03-Salem; :25]
[SUPER=01-Ron Glowczynski/American Flyers; 1:08]
[RUNS=1:40]
[OUT Q=Altoona, PA]
(( (///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]

(())
[RUNS=]
[OUT Q=]


These cyclists are using speedbars. A dream Brian Marshall made a reality.
It all started with a near death experience.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 7:18:50]
[IN Q=i got into]

(())
[RUNS=]
[OUT Q=right for me]


This hobby out of necessity has turned into a possible career. Speedbars are a Southwest Virginia product. Salem Specialties cuts the brackets. Brian does most of the other work needed, at home.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 7:20:52]
[IN Q=i haven't really]

(())
[RUNS=]
[OUT Q=totally different]


Aero bars have been on the market for years. They help cyclists go faster, by putting them in a more aerodynamic position.
Brian thought he could make them better.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 06:07:52]
[IN Q=while I was]

(())
[RUNS=]
[OUT Q=look of the bike]
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[SOT 05:53:45]
[IN Q=your wrists]

(())
[RUNS=]
[OUT Q=and shift]


Ron Glowczynski owns American Flyers and sells speedbars at his Roanoke bike shop.
But the accolades for the product don't stop there. "Pro Cycling", a magazine out of England loves them, a review is due out this month.
And in this country...
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 06:08:54]
[IN Q=they won]

(())
[RUNS=]
[OUT Q=Altoona, PA]

))
(---------------)
[anchor=Denise]
[ss=hold]


Brian has a patent on his design. With that he's headed to a trade show in Las Vegas, later this month to drum up more orders and maybe find a company that can mass produce speedbars. [full screen pinnacle]
For more information on speedbars, go online to www-dot-speedbars-dot-com or call Landspeed at 1-877-SPEED-03.

[Plane-Pull]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=None]


You're about to see the largest plane pull in the country.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD;]


Yes, these folks are trying to pull a 72-ton FedEX cargo plane 12 feet all to raise money for Special Olympics.
The third annual Maryland Transportation Police Plane Pull took place yesterday at the BWI Airport, Air Cargo Complex in Baltimore.
60 teams of 25 members competed in two categories; the fastest pull and the lowest combined weight.
(------------)



[11Blues-Festival]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=00-38 8:39]
[GRAPHIC=None]

Plenty of food and some hot music warmed the cool air yesterday at the Taste of the Blue Ridge Blues and Jazz Festival in Roanoke's Elmwood Park.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;:00]
[RUNS=1:11]
[OUT Q=it's wonderful]


(([NAT SOUND MUSIC]
[RUNS= 5]



[SOT 3:28:28]
[INQ=]

((IT'S DIFFERENT IT'S SOMETHING YOU DON'T HEAR ALL THE TIME IT'S MUSIC THAT DOESN'T GET OLD ON YOU.))
[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 5]


[NAT SOUND MUSIC OF GUY PLAYING HARMONICA]
[RUNS= 3]



[SOT 3:28:57]
[INQ=]

((RICK MANSON/CHERYL WARNER AND THE SOUTHSIDE HOME WRECKERS: BLUES ISN'T ALWAYS SAD IT'S JUST MUSIC OF THE PEOPLE IT'S ALL KINDS OF FEELINGS ABOUT IT.))
[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 7]


[NAT SOUND MUSIC]
[RUNS= 3]



[SOT 3:27:36]
[INQ=]

((I'M GLAD IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY.))
[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 2]



[SOT 3:26:20]
[INQ=]

((LEO: I THOUGHT EVERYONE WOULD WANT SOME SUNNY WEATHER AND SOME COOL WEATHER SO I THOUGHT I WOULD BRING IT TO THEM.))


[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 3]


[NAT SOUND OF FOOD WORKERS ASKING WHAT PEOPLE WANT]
[RUNS= 3]



[SOT 3:20:53]
[INQ=]

((JUMBOLIA, SCALLOPS WRAPPED IN BACON, AND RAW OYSTERS.))
[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 3]


[NAT OF GIRL LICKING HER FINGERS]
[RUNS= 3]



[SOT 3:22:20]
[INQ=]

((THIS IS LOUISIANA STYLE GUMBO.))
[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 2]



[SOT 3:25:49]
[INQ=]

((IT'S GOOD IT'S NOTHING BUT GOOD.))
[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 3]



[SOT 3:22:10]
[INQ=]

((IT HAS SAUSAGE, OKRA, LOTS OF SPICES, SHRIMP, AND RICE.))
[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 7]



[SOT 3:23:05]
[INQ=]

((GOT A LITTLE BARBECUE CHICKEN AND THE CRAB CAKES I WOULD SUGGEST YOU TRY THAT IT'S REALLY GOOD.))
[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 8]



[SOT 3:24:13]
[INQ=]

((WE HAVE REALLY GOOD CRAB MEAT THAT WE USE IN IT.))
[OUTQ=]
[RUNS= 3]



[NAT OF MUSIC]
[RUNS= 3]



[SOT 3:27:58]
[INQ=]

((IT'S UNUSUAL FOR ROANOKE, I THINK IT'S WONDERFUL.)) [RUNS= 4]))[OUTQ=]