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In a matter of days-- Iron Gate could become part of Alleghany County.
Coming up at six-- a look at the pros and cons of losing the town's charter.
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And, an Amherst teenager accused of killing his mother may enter a plea.

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In sports, The Hokies talk about last nights win at the Carrier Dome the Rams lose for the first time this season.

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And Dale Jarrett takes the checkered flag for his first win at the Rock.
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Sunshine continues to dominate our weather and that trend will continue..but... I'll tell you when we expect a little rain in my forecast coming up.... [open]
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[TC:04:57:11] ((MAYOR ALAN WILLIAMS: I JUST THINK IT'S A SHAME THAT THE DEQ, PUTS PRESSURE ON TOWNS. WE'RE HELD HOSTAGE, SORT OF.))
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Residents in the town of Iron Gate must decide a costly referendum.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Iron-Gate]


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The town of Iron Gate may soon become part of Alleghany County.
Iron Gate's mayor says the D-E-Q is to blame.
Jennifer Miele is in our newsroom tonight with the story.
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Teresa, Iron Gate's former mayor and town council initiated the plan that would make Iron Gate part of Alleghany County.
But the town's new mayor and council are fighting to stop the referendum.
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((ROLLCUE:...fighting to stop the referendum.))
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[NAT SOUND] (( At the age of 20, Chris Fisher is Iron Gate's youngest councilman. He's not up for re-election, but November 7th could still be his last day in office.
The D-E-Q says Iron Gate must begin pumping sewage into Alleghany County by 2004. The county wants one and a half million dollars for that service. If the town's 450 residents don't want to pay, they'll have to turn their city over to Alleghany County.
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((MAYOR ALAN WILLIAMS: I CAN'T SEE THE COUNTY GIVING US ANYTHING. THEY AREN'T GOING TO GUARANTEE ANY EMPLOYMENT FOR OUR EMPLOYEES. THEY ARE GOING TO GET RID OF OUR COURT HOUSE. I JUST CAN'T SEE US GETTING ANYTHING.))
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Alleghany County has made no provisions to upkeep public grounds.
In fact the mayor says they will probably be sold.
The county refuses to pay for street lights as well.
A problem, Fisher says, for the nine thousand cars that travel through Iron Gate every day.
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((CHRIS FISHER: OUR SETON LIGHTS, I THINK, THAT IS A NECESSITY. I THINK IT'S JUST A HAVEN FOR CRIME TO MOVE THROUGH IF YOU DON'T HAVE STREET LIGHTS.))
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Iron Gate borrowed nearly 800 thousand dollars in 1991 to build a new sewage plant. Former council members felt another loan to pump sewage into a new plant was too risky. Now it's the voters of Iron Gate who will decide if their town is worth one point five million dollars.
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((MAYOR ALAN WILLIAMS: I KNOW WE NEED TO GET ALL NEW SEWAGE. BUT I THINK A MILLION AND A HALF DOLLARS, FOR OUR SHARE, IS RIDICULOUS FOR 450 PEOPLE.))
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((CHRIS FISHER: I ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO GET OUT THERE IN VOTE, THAT'S THE MAIN THING. BUT I'M HOPING WE CAN KEEP OUR LITTLE TOWN.))
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[LIVE= Jen Full /Newsroom]

If Iron Gate does become part of Alleghany County, the county will assume the town's debt AND residents will pay one local tax instead of two.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Teresa & Jen /Newsroom;]


But, Teresa, Iron Gate will still have to pay to keep its street lights on and its parks in tact. [QUESTION - Theresa]
Isn't something similar happening to Clifton Forge? [ANSWER - Jen]
Actually, yes, in the spring, Clifton Forge residents will decide if there home will revert from a city to a town.
Alleghany County has agreed to take on its financial burdens if they do become a town.

[Maddox]


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An Amherst teenager charged with killing his mother may not have to defend himself before a jury.
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Police say the 15-year-old shot and killed his mother, Kathy Maddox, then shot his father - who survived.
A Lynchburg newspaper reports he will enter a plea to avoid a jury trial.
The teen is expected in court Tuesday.
The results of an evaluation to determine the boy's sanity at the time of the June shooting have not been released.

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State police are investigating a single car accident in Rockbridge County that killed two people last night. It happened on Route 60, around two A-M. Police say the driver of a Chevy Tahoe ran off the side of the road, overcorrected and flipped the vehicle down an embankment. A 20-year-old male from Winchester and a 18-year-old woman from Texas were pronounced dead at the scene.



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An annual tradition brought hundreds of Corvette owners to the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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For nearly 20- years, members of the Virginia Corvette Club and other Corvette enthusiasts have gathered to cruise the parkway to enjoy the scenery.
This morning-- hundreds assembled at the Peaks of Otter Ranger Station.
From there-- they hit the road to enjoy the beautiful fall colors.
The ride is the highlight of a three day festival that started Friday.
Organizers say all profits will go the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford.
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((NADINE HAUNGS/EVENT COORDINATOR: IT'S RIGHT IN OUR HOMETOWN AREA AND WE JUST WANTED TO HELP, WE KNOW THEY NEEDED FUNDS FOR THE ENDOWMENT FUND FOR THE MAINTENANCE AFTERWARDS, EVEN ONCE IT'S COMPLETED AND OFFICIALLY OPENED NEXT JUNE AND SO WE JUST DECIDED WE WOULD PITCH IN IT'S A GOOD CAUSE.))
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Folks from as far away as New York and Florida took part in the three day festival which wrapped up this afternoon.

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Next on News 7 - Viewers react to our coverage of the bombing of the USS Cole ..
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And an explosion of color.... lights up Roanoke this weekend. A chance to stop and see the flowers, after this break.
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The final debate between Chuck Robb and George Allen will be held tonight. Tonight's debate between the former governors is expected to be tense. University of Virginia political analyst Larry Sabato will ask the questions and is promising to make both candidates sweat.



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News 7 viewers react to our coverage of the local victim of the USS Cole bombing and the Roanoke Rescue Mission controversy. Assignment Editor Joe McKean has this week's edition of "Feedback."
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((The death of a sailor from Ringgold in the terrorist attack on the USS Cole brought tributes to him from his family and friends on several occasions in the last couple of weeks.
One memorial service that we covered brought these comments: (Michael Overacker/Roanoke).
"It was a very moving, yet uplifting piece, that left me feeling that through the sorrow of the loss of a friend, the people that knew him will carry him in their memories. It was a welcome change to the scenes of sorrow and grief that have prevailed over the airwaves recently. Thank you for a very heartwarming and well thought look into Timothy's life."
Our stories on the controversy over the Roanoke Rescue Mission's expansion into a southeast neighborhood brought this note: (Michael Scott/Roanoke).
"I would like to thank your station for being there to help the voices of the Historic Belmont Preservation Association be heard by all of the people in the Roanoke Valley. We are trying hard to raise awareness of our causes, and with the continuing television coverage you are making our job a little easier."
Our mailing address is PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
If you prefer to send a fax, the number is 343-7269.
E-mail should be sent to news@wdbj7.com.
And our website, wdbj7.com, has an on-line forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))


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Beauty is in full bloom in Roanoke this weekend.
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The Blue Ridge Chrysanthemum Society held its 41st annual show at Fairacres. There were more than 180 entries in the horticulture division, and 30-plus entries in the beauty division. The show is held about this time every year in order to take full advantage of the flowers' characteristics...
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The "Beauties of the Fall" show wrapped up this afternoon.


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Still to come - You'll hear from the Virginia Tech Hokies, who ended a jinx at the Carrier Dome this weekend...
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But first .. The former owner of a popular Roanoke restaurant is now serving up support and dishing out community service. We'll tell you why he's doing it ..
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He used to serve up snacks and spirits .. Now Mark Hurley - the former owner of the popular restaurant Hurley's in Roanoke - is LIFTING spirits. He has has switched from folding quesadillas, to molding children's lives. Tina Tenret caught up with Hurley and has this week's Virginia Profile..
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The night his restaurant closed -- Mark Hurley didn't know what he'd do.
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((MARK HURLEY: I WANTED TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE, FIND SOMETHING THAT WAS REWARDING AND WOULD HELP THE COMMUNITY.
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NAT SOT: COME ON DOWN TO THE VAN, FOLKS. QUIETLY, NOT LIKE THAT GROUP AHEAD OF US.))
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He now leads latchkey kids from low-income or broken homes, after school at St. John's Episcopal Church. Today they're off to record their own CD at a Roanoke studio.

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((HURLEY: THEY HAVE SO MUCH POTENTIAL AND YOU CAN SEE IT IN THEIR EYES AND THE WAY THEY COMMUNICATE. JUST TO SEE A SMILE ON THEIR FACE AND KNOWING THEY'RE ACCOMPLISHING SOMETHING IS DEFINITELY REWARDING.))
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Hurley must raise tens of thousands of dollars every year to keep this program afloat. He checks on the kids' grades at school and recruits volunteers to tutor them.

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DEREK HEWITT/13 YEARS OLD: HE RUNS IT GOOD. HE'S TOO STRICT BUT IT'S OKAY. WE DO FUN THINGS ALMOST EVERYDAY AND MY MOM SAYS IT'S A GOOD THING FOR ME TO BE HERE.
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NAT SOT: THAT WAS GOOD GUYS. GOOD JOB. APPLAUSE.))
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Hurley hopes to empower these kids with self-confidence.
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And when they finish their C-D, you see their pride.

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But this job is not all fun and games. Hurley just suspended a boy for urinating all over the bathroom floor.
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((HURLEY: THE FIRST THING YOU DO WHEN YOU DISCIPLINE THEM IS YOU'RE ALWAYS POSITIVE, YOU TELL EM WHAT THEY DID WRONG AND STAY CALM.
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EVAN SANDEFUR/12 YEARS OLD: HE DOESN'T YELL AT US NONE HARDLY. HE DOESN'T GET ON US. HE'LL GIVE US WARNING BEFORE GIVING US WORK DUTY OR ANYTHING.
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HURLEY: I THINK YOU DEAL WITH THIS AGE GROUP THE SAME WAY YOU DEAL WITH ADULTS. YOU DEAL WITH THEM EYE TO EYE AND GIVE EM THE SAME RESPECT THEY WANT. A LOT OF TIMES THEY DON'T GET THAT RESPECT, THEY GET A LOT OF DON'T DO THIS, DON'T DO THAT.))
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Some kids confide in him -- others stay silent. Mark makes less money here than at his restaurant -- but says the payoff's in his peace of mind.

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((HURLEY: WHEN YOU OWN A RESTAURANT, YOU SPEND HOURS UPON HOURS WORKING AND YOU'RE THERE ALL THE TIME. I AVERAGED ABOUT 90-95 HOURS A WEEK AT THE RESTAURANT. HERE WITH THE TIME OFF I HAVE, I SEE THINGS I'VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE IN ROANOKE.
I'VE NEVER BEEN TO THE SCIENCE MUSEUM UNTIL THIS PROGRAM. I'VE NEVER BEEN TO THE ARTS COUNCIL UNTIL THIS PROGRAM. NEVER BEEN TO A HOKIE GAME TIL I'VE BEEN WITH THIS PROGRAM.))
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But -- will he re-open his restaurant? No -- Mark Hurley says for now, he's happy serving this younger crowd. Tina Tenret News 7.))


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And coming up in sports, Dale Jarrett wins at the Rock the Cowboys rout the Cardinals.
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And the Yankees beat the Mets in game one of the Subway Series.
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Virginia Tech has finally shaken the Carrier Dome Jinx. Last night in Syracuse the Hokies used a strong second half to come from behind and beat the Orangemen 22 to 14.
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The Dallas Cowboys came back with a vengence this weekend beating Arizona 48 to 7.
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Emmitt Smiths 1 yard T-D run made it 7 to nothing.
Then still in the first quarter Wane Magarity takes this punt on the Cowboy 41 yard line he cuts it up the middle then to the outside on his way to a 59 yard return for a score and the the Cowboys took the 14 to nothing lead.
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Then former Ferrum Panther Chris Warren takes the pitch from Troy Aikman he takes it up the middle breaking tackles and scoring on the 42 yard run and the Cowboys go on to beat the Cardinals 48 to 7.
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St. Louis Quarterback Kurt Warner set out the second half of today's game at Kansas City. Warner broke the little finger on his right hand late in the first half. St. Louis trailed at the half and Kansas City beats the Rams 54 to 34.
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But the story of the day happened at Denver.
The Cincinnati Bengals get their first win beating the Broncos 31 to 21. In the process Bengals running back Corey Dillon had a day for the record book.
Dillion rushed for 278 yards with touchdown runs of 65 and 40 in the 4-th quarter. The total yards rushing set a N-F-L record breaking the mark held by the late Walter Payton.
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The Washington Redskins are in Jacksonville taking on the Jaguars. The game is in the third quarter with Washington leading 21 to 16.
A big scheulde of early games in the N-F-L lets check out today's final scores. [MOTION]
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Dale Jarrett ran up front all day long and when the checkered flag dropped Jarrett was the winner of the Pop Secret 400 at The Rock.
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Rusty Wallace was making his way to the front here passing Jeff Gordon for third place on lap 115.
Jeremy Mayfield would lead for several laps but he gives up the lead to Jeff Burton who goes to the highside of the track on lap 139.
Mayfield was leading at the haflway mark but Ward Burton had the ffastest car on the track and he was running in the fourth spot as his brother Jeff was leading after 290 laps.
Then as Matt Kenseth was leading the pits his car started a huge fire. His gas man Rick Mayshinski and two firemen were injured but not seriously.
When the smoke cleared, Jarrett pulled out to a 2 second lead on the field and he takes the checkered flag winning the Pop Secret 400, for his first win this season since the Daytona 500.
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Jeff Gordon was second, Ricky Rudd third, Jeff Burton fourth and Rusty Wallace fifth.




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The New York Yankees win the opener of the first Subway series in 44 years posting a 4 to 3 win in 12 over the New York Mets.
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[SUPER=03-New York. NY/FOX SPORTS; :]


The game came down to one hit that coming off the bat of Jose Vizcaino that went into left field off Turk Wendell scoring Tino Martinez and the Yankees pull out the one run win in 12 innings.
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Game two is scheduled for tonight at Yankee Stadium.

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