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Coming up on News 7-
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More legal troubles for a Radford man convicted of plotting to kill a local judge.
The clock is ticking for those needing to register for the November election.
And, democrats take aim at Governor Gilmore over new ads supporting the S-O-L's.
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News 7 is next.


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A Radford man serving three years probation for plotting to kill a local judge is in trouble with the law once again.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

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Christopher DeMoranville was arrested this morning in Radford following a ten hour standoff with police.
Meredyth Censullo picks up the story from here.
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The standoff ensued when police went to DeMoranville's trailer home in Radford to arrest him on a number of outstanding warrants... including felony escape.
But police say DeMoranville, who's been in trouble with the law before, made it clear he had a weapon.
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Radford police say they tried to convince DeMoranville to surrender.
They also called on state police for help.
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((SGT. TOM FOSTER/VA STATE POLICE: WE NEGOTIATED FOR A TOTAL OF ABOUT SIX OR SIX AND HALF HOURS AND WERE UNABLE TO CONVINCE HIM TO COME OUT AND SURRENDER.))
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A short time later-- a state police division commander gave the go ahead to use tear gas.
Police say DeMoranville had also been threatening to harm himself.
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((SGT. TOM FOSTER/VA STATE POLICE: THE SUSPECT, AFTER THE SECOND VOLLEY OF TEAR GAS, DID COME OUT AND SURRENDER IN FRONT OF THE RESIDENCE, HE HAD APPARENTLY SUSTAINED SOME INJURIES THAT WERE SELF INFLICTED AND WAS TRANSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL FOR TREATMENT.))
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DeMoranville is well known among law enforcement.
Earlier this year-- he pled guilty to conspiring with another man to kill Montgomery County Circuit Judge Ray Grubbs.
But all ten years of his sentence were suspended.
DeMoranville was given three years probation. Meredyth Censullo, NEWS 7. ))
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DeMoranville remains hospitalized tonight but is expected to make a full recovery.

No word yet, on whether any additional charges have been filed. [Henry-Murder]


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A Henry County man has been charged with murder in the beating death of his uncle. The Henry County Sheriff's department says the body of 51-year-old David Wayne Turner was discovered yesterday inside a home in Bassett. His nephew, 32-year-old Sonny James Turner, was arrested today and charged with second-degree murder. He is being held at the Henry County Jail without bond.



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Neither side is blinking as the deadline draws closer on an Israeli ultimatum.
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Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat has been warned he has until tomorrow evening to order an end to violence that has claimed more than 80 lives. An Israeli general says the headquarters of "those responsible" could be attacked. Meanwhile, a U-S administration official says the White House is working to arrange a meeting between President Clinton and Mideast leaders. The meeting, if it comes about, may be held in Egypt.
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It was another sharp clash of words and ideas at the second debate today between First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and New York Senate challenger Rick Lazio. Jennifer Jones has more from New York.
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((With a handshake, the NY senate candidates took their places and came out swinging, at every opportunity. The biggest blow landed, came with the subject of campaign finance reform..
HILLARY CLINTON/(D) NEW YORK SENATE CANDIDATE: IF NEW YORKERS CAN'T TRUST HIM TO KEEP HIS WORD FOR 10-DAYS HOW CAN THEY TRUST HIM FOR SIX YEARS.
RICK LAZIO/(R) NEW YORK SENATE CANDIDATE: MRS. CLINTON, PLEASE NO LECTURES FROM MOTEL 16-HUNDRED ON CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM.
This comes after a Rick Lazio for Senate ad, funded by the Republican National Committee. It hit the airwaves after The 4-term congressman and Hillary Clinton agreed not to use soft money...unrestricted contributions from groups outside their immediate campaigns.
HILLARY CLINTON: MR. LAZIO'S CAMPAGIN VIOLATED THE VERY SIMPLE AGREEMENT WE ENTERED INTO.
RICK LAZIO: I REFUNDED THE MONEY. I DID THAT QUICKLY, I DID IT RESPONSIBLY AND I DID IT ETHICALLY.
This was the second Clinton - Lazio debate. The two faced with questions about Health Care, Education, Abortion. In most cases disagreeing on solutions to the problems. But when asked about the uprising in the Middle East, the candidates agreed. The first lady even taking a stance against the Clinton administration for not a opposing a United Nations resolution that many consider more favorable to the Palestians.
HILLARY CLINTON: I BELIEVE WE SHOULD HAVE VETOED IT. I BELIEVE THAT IT WAS A WRONG MOVE NOT TO HAVE VETOED IT, THAT IT WAS INACCURATE AND ONE-SIDED.
JENNIFER JONES/REPORTING: WITH THE ELECTION JUST 4 WEEKS AWAY AND NO MORE DEBATES, THE CANDIDATES WILL BEGIN RELYING MORE ON TELEVISION ADS. BUYING PREMIUM SPOTS IN NEW YORK CITY...THE BIGGEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE ADVERTISING CITY IN THE COUNTRY WHICH ALSO ACCOUNTS FOR 2-THIRDS OF THE STATE'S TELEVISION VIEWERS. JENNIFER JONES CBS NEWS

NEW YORK.))[Voter-Registration]


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Tuesday marks the deadline to register to vote in the November seventh general election.
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More than four million Virginians have already registered - up from 3-point-3 million in 19-96. The state board of elections attributes the increase to the "motor voter" program - which allows voters to register at the Department of Motor Vehicles. Registration also tends to be higher in a presidential election year. But the fact that more than 75-percent of eligible voters have registered doesn't mean the number of people who actually vote will go up.
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In order to vote in the upcoming election, you must register in the precinct in which you live by 5 p-m Tuesday.
Although tomorrow is Columbus day, Roanoke's Registration office will be open.


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Some Democrats plan to take Governor Gilmore's administration to court - over new ads supporting the Standards of Learning tests.
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The Virginia Lottery is spending more than a million dollars on the ad campaign singing the praises of the SOLs.
The Standards of Learning program was Republican George Allen's main educational achievement while he was Governor.
Some Democrats say that means the state is paying to support Allen in his bid to unseat Democratic Senator Chuck Robb come election day... so they're planning to sue.
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Republicans say there's NO merit to the accusations.

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Some big changes in downtown Roanoke's traffic pattern took effect today - How did motorists fare? We'll let you know, after the break.
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And hundreds left their cars at home and took to the streets of Roanoke to walk for a cure for world hunger. More from "Crop Walk" when we return.
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More than 200 people took to the streets of Roanoke today in a walk to stop hunger - locally and around the world. Kate Weidaw has more on the "Crop Hunger Walk."
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Many who participated say after realizing hunger was a problem in the Roanoke Valley, they wanted to help out.

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In all - nearly 16-thousand dollars was raised. 25 percent of that money will stay right here in Roanoke and go to six agencies.

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((DAN BARNUM-STEGGERDA: ALL THESE ORGANIZATIONS THAT ARE RECEIVING THESE BLOCK GRANTS FROM THE HUNGER WALK THEY FEED LITERALLY HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE EVERYDAY OF THE YEAR.))
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Organizers say even though hunger will remain a problem worldwide, every fundraiser helps. Kate Weidaw News7 Roanoke.))



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Roanoke City Police report there have been NO problems downtown as motorists adjust to a new traffic pattern there.
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Portions of Campbell and Salem Avenues were opened today to two-way traffic. The changes are intended to ease driving downtown - and include eight new stoplights as well as new street signs. Campbell is now two-way from Second to Fifth Street Southwest. Salem is two-way from Williamson Road to Sixth Street. Parking will remain largely the same.
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Still ahead - he's rubbed shoulders with the likes of Frank Sinatra - and brought hits to Virginia's airwaves, but you probably don't even know his name. His story is next on Virginia Profile.
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And it's three strikes you're out for a country superstar and his wife of 14 years. We'll be right back.
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He had a hand in the roots of country and the roots of rock and roll - but you've probably never heard of Frank Porter.
His story is one of a Virginian who walked on the edge of fame, but never really found the spotlight.
Ellen Qualls has this week's Virginia Profile.
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It's official - County music superstar Garth Brooks and his wife Sandy of 14 years are getting a divorce.
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Brooks - seen here taking a swing at Major League Baseball - has three children with his wife. Earlier this year, Brooks told Billboard magazine recent difficulties - including his mother's death and his first break form touring in 11 years, have taken their toll on his marriage.
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A Capitol Records spokesman offered no comment on the divorce, only saying the decision was mutual. As a musician, Brooks has sold 90-million albums.



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Darrell Green intercepted a pass with less than a minute left in the game setting up a winning field goal as the Redskins beat Philadelphia 17 to 14 and take over first place in the N-F-C East.
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The Redskins dominated the first quarter Stephen Davis scores on this 12 yard run and Washington jumped out to a 7 to nothing lead with 10-minutes left in the quarter.
But the Eagles answered in the second quarter. Donovan McNabb throws the 30 yard T-D pass to Charles Johnson who beats Green and the score was tied at 7 to 7 at the half.
Philadelphia then opened the fourth quarter with a score McNabb hooks up with Na Brown on the 8 yard scoring pass to make it 14 to 7 Eagles.
But Washington came right back capping a drive when Skip Hicks takes it in from the two yard line to make it 14 to 14 in the fourth quarter.
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Then after Greens interception Michael Husted came in and booted the 24 yard field goal and the Redskins beat the Eagles 17 to 14.
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The Carolina Panthers won for the first time under new offensive coordinator Richard Williamson.
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Seahawk coach Mike Holmgren pacing the sideline.
Carolina's Steve Beuerlein hits Donald Hayes over the middle Hayes does the rest taking the ball 43 yards for the touchdown and giving the Panthers a 7 to nothing lead.
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Then in the second quarter Beuerlein rolls outside and hits William Floyd on the 5 yard touchdown and the Panthers win it 26 to 3.
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Pittsburgh has 2 straight wins while the jets lost for the first time today.
Jerome Bettis rushed 25 times for 107 yards and his running T-D was the first against the Jets all season and Pittsburgh wins 20 to 3.
And here are the rest of the scores.
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After yesterday's Big East win over Temple, Virginia Tech moved to second place in the coaches poll and remained third in the A-P.
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The Hokies got a little help when Miami knocked off top ranked Florida State. And no one enjoyed the upset better than Florida native Wayne Ward who blocked a Temple punt at the start of the game.
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But the Hokies are not directing their attention to Miami. Instead they have a short week to prepare for West Virginia, who comes to Lane Stadium this Thursday night.
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Bobby Labonte moves a step closer to his first points championship taking the checkered flag in the UAW-GM Quality 500 at the Lowes Motor Speedway.
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Dale Earnhardt moved from the 37-th position to take the lead after 80 laps he was the 13-th different leader. But he gave up the posititon a couple of laps later to Jeff Burton.
Then Kenny Wallace brings out the caution after hitting the wall damaging the right front of his car.
Then the points leader Bobby Labonte and Earnhardt would battle for several laps around the track before Labonte pulled his Pontiac to the front on lap 118.
Dale Jarrett, also in the race for the points title, gets tapped in the rear by Rusty Wallace in turn four bringing out the caution. Jeff Gordon and Robert Pressley were also involved in the crash.
Then just past the halfway mark last weeks winner Tony Stewart passed Ricky Rudd to take over the lead after more than 160 laps.
A caution came out with 27 laps to go Labonte went in and took on 4 tires and he passed Jeremy Mayfield with 7 to go taking the checkered flag for the win.
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Mayfield was second, Rudd third, Stewart fourth and Mark Martin fifth.





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The New York Mets are headed to the National League Championship Series after beating San Francisco 4 to nothing.


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The fans are ready for the trip to St. Louis.
New York would get on the board in the bottom of the first when Robin Ventura belts this two run homer over the right centerfield wall to make it 2 to nothing Mets.
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Then leading 4 to nothing Bobby Jones gets Barry Bonds to fly out and end the game Jones pitching the one hit shutout the first in a playoff game and New York wins it 4 to nothing.
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The New York Yankees and Oakland A's are battling to determine who will advance to the American League Championship Series.
After 7 innings of play New York was leading 7 to 5. The series is tied at 2 games each.



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Are you ready to conquer a mountain?
Organizers of the Brush Mountain Breakdown say the experienced trail runners will get a thrill from the 16 mile course, while beginners can cut their teeth on an easier six mile route.
Denise Allen has more on next week's event.
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The race takes you through the Jefferson National Forest at the peak time for the fall foliage.
The course is near Blacksburg. And since you'll be running through the mountains the organizers thought it's important to remember the heritage of the area.
Southwest Virginia artist, Bob Evans, provides the awards for the event.
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The Brush Mountain Breakdown is next Sunday. Call 540-961-0674 for more information.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports.))

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A five foot putt on the first playoff hole gave David Toms the Michelob Championship at Kingsmill.
Toms and Weir finished regulation tied at 13 under par.
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On the Senior Tour, Jim Thrope rolled in an eagle on the final hole to capture the Seniors Transamerica Championship.
Thorpe set a tournament scoring record at 198, 18 under par in winning for the first time on the tour.
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