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Coming up .... Police suspect alcohol is a factor in an accident that kills a woman and one of her passengers.
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And ... dozens of students aboard a school bus are hurt when a car allegedly runs a stop sign.
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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Leo Hirsbrunner.
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It's Saturday . Welcome to New-7 Saturday Morning. There's lots of news and sports ahead, but first let's get a peek at the weather.
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Police suspect alcohol is involved in a late-night accident that took two lives in Campbell County.
State police say Maurice Toller of Bedord County was driving his truck along Route 43.
Toller lost control of his truck and struck a second vehicle, driven by Ramona Woodriff of Alta Vista. Woodriff was killed, along with a passenger.

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44 people are recovering from a school bus accident ...three adults and 41 children.
State police said a car failed to stop at a stop sign near Chilhowie in Smyth County yesterday afternoon- and hit the bus.
The injured children and adults were taken to a number of area hospitals.
None of the injuries is believed to be life-threatening.
State police said the children were from Chilhowie Elementary, Middle and High Schools.
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Republican Senate candidate George Allen is hoping Governor Gilmore's backing will help him election day.
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Gilmore traveled with the former Governor to Roanoke yesterday .. where he praised his former boss for helping working families.
At least one poll indicates this has become a close contest.
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((I'D LIKE TO SOMEWHAT PARAPHRASE GOV. WILDER. "THE ONLY POLL THAT COUNTS IS THE ONE TAKEN ON ELECTION DAY." WE HAVE THE RIGHT IDEAS. AND WORKING PEOPLE, TAXPAYERS AND FAMILIES, MEMBERS AND SMALL BUSINESS FOLKS. IF THEY GET OUT TO VOTE, WE'LL PREVAIL ON ELECTION DAY, GO TO WORK FOR THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA.))
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While the race between Allen and Chuck Robb may be getting tight, Gilmore pointed out that Allen still leads in the polls and HAS... ever since pollsters started asking voters their preference in the Senate race two years ago.
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Former Governor Doug Wilder is expected to campaign with Chuck Robb later today ... but Wilder is still not formally endorsing his fellow Democtat.
Wilder was in Roanoke last night ... for a program promoting diversity. That's where Kate Weidaw caught up with him.
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In sports, Graham edges Carroll County, Radford beats Floyd and Magna Vista rolls over Laurel Park.
Mike Stevens will be along for a wrap up of Friday Football Extra a little later in the newscast.
For now here are the scores. [wipe to boards]
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Helping girls make good decisions. The "Sister to Sister Summit" is still ahead.
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And we're heading into the woods for "Time Off".
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We'll head onto the trail ... and take you Apple Orchard Falls.
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Empowering girls is the goal of a summit taking place at Hollins University this weekend.
Joining us with details - is Heather Sherman - she is with the Roanoke College chapter of the American Association of University Women.... and Sharrone Turner - a Patrick Henry High School student who's participating in the program for the second year.

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Heather, tell us a little about the summit... Why are you taking an active role?

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Sharrone - how did you benefit from the summit? What do other girls have to gain?
Denise: This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women. A little later - we'll hear more about what the A-A-U-W is...
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It's not too late to get in a couple of outdoor getaways before cold weather sets in. For a good workout and even better scenery, head to Apple Orchard Falls. In this week's "Time Off" Shannon Young shows us what's new along the trail.
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((Almost as pretty as Apple Orchard Falls - is the hike to get there. And now, the view from the falls is even better, thanks to the addition of a functional piece of art - the new Apple Orchard Falls Trail Bridge.
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((We had some floods and ice damage several years ago and took out what bridges he had so we had to replace them. It's just not safe for people to try to get from one side of the trail to the other without some sort of bridge.))
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And what a bridge it is. Each day forest service work crews hiked into the construction site where they assembled 45-thousand pounds of materials. Because of the rocky terrain, the lumber was helicoptered in. The end result: a 132-foot long span which quietly highlights the landscape's natural beauty.
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((We had landscape architects involved in the design on it and they wanted it to fit into the environment rather than look like it was plunked here. And so, this was their chance, I think, to be creative. And I think they've done a wonderful job. I had not seen it until today and I think it's fantastic.)) [RUNS:13]
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Also fantastic is the trail itself. The path winds through shagbark hickory, oaks and maples and occasionally rendezvous with a swiftly streaming creek. After crossing the new bridge you can design your own getaway with your choice of intersecting trails.
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((You can make a loop with Cornelius Creek Trail and I think it makes about a 7-mile loop. The Appalachian Trail runs very close, just on the other end of the Apple Orchard Trial. There's dispersed camping. 'Course, on National Forest land people can camp pretty much anywhere they want to unless it's specifically posted: No Camping.))
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((The hiking trail's pretty much for anyone. You can take your time, gradually work your way along. I wouldn't expect somebody to be out here in their Sunday dress. We have some trails where people do that. You know, nice sturdy footware.))
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((Although the path is short it's relatively steep and rocky. But, oh, is it worth it when you reach your destination.))
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Just don't forget about safety.
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((Drink plenty of water, bring plenty of water with you and, you know, let somebody know where you're going. Just pretty much the safe rules for being out in the woods.))
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Look for trees marked with blue. They'll lead you along the trail which is well covered with fallen leaves this time of year. The trail is open year round, although the forest service does not clear the access roads of snow. But you can cross that bridge when you get to it. Shannon Young, News 7, Botetourt County.))
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The two main candidates for president are spending the weekend targeting key states.
The main message from both camps seems to be get out and vote.
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Democratic hopeful Al Gore has also been stressing his view that the country's prosperity could disappear if George W. Bush is elected.
He's starting his day in Pennsylvania.
Later Gore heads back to Washington for a few hours to watch his son's football game.
Then he'll campaign this evening in Minnesota.
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Republican George W. Bush is in Wisconsin today before heading to Missouri.
Bush got enthusiastic cheers at each of his stops during his one-day tour of Michigan yesterday and insisted he would carry the state on election day.
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A new poll shows Gore trailing Bush by three points there, with Green Party nominee Ralph Nader getting ten percent

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In sports, Northside clinched at least a tie for the Blue Ridge District title last night and Martinsville blanked Fieldale-Collinsville.
Mike Stevens has highlights of those games and more.
Good morning Mike.
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((The Pulaski County Cougars turned a slim 7-to-6 first quarter lead into a shocking 56-to-14 win over Patrick Henry. Josh Calfee broke the Cougars' career rushing record in the game and Frank Cobbs broke the Patriots' backs with four TDs and 226 yards rushing. Cave Spring meets Pulaski next Friday. Last night the Knights stuffed Halifax County 49-to-7. In the stunner of the night - Franklin County finished up its first season under Billy Miles by ruining Fleming's homecoming with the 14-to-13 win. Northside clinched at least a tie for the Blue Ridge title by stuffing Blacksburg 28-to-7 on the Indians home turf. Lord Botetourt kept pace in the district by outgunning Rockbridge County 48-to-27 in Daleville. William Byrd finally got a district win last night by beating Christiansburg 28-to-7. The Salem Spartans scored early and often as they beat Blue Ridge rival Alleghany 35-to-7. Brookville topped the Rustburg Red Devils to keep their playoff hopes in tact. The Bees win it 19-to-14. Magna Vista is still showing its the real deal. The Warriors whipped Laurel Park 48-to-8. Martinsville pitched a shutout over Fieldale-Collinsville 48-to-0. Bath County all but wrapped up the Pioneer district with a come from behind 31-to-21 victory. Glenvar kept its playoff hopes alive with a 48 to 6 thrashing of Eastern Montgomery. And in the private school ranks Roanoke Catholic was beaten down by Hargrave 58-to-9, while North Cross scored 32 unanswered points to beat Massanutten 32-to-14.))





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As we mentioned earlier - girls from all across the area will be converging on the Hollins University campus Sunday for a summit that's all about strength...
The American Association of University Women sponsors the event.
Katherine Hoffman with the A-A-U-W joins us now with some details...
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Katherine - What is the A-A-U-W? Why is this summit important? How long has it been going on? How have girls who participated in the past responded?

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Sharrone Turner is a local high school student who took part in last year's summit... Sharrone's coming back this year... Why? What do you want to do in the future?

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Coming up......
Alcohol is suspected in a late-night crash that takes two lives.
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And a judge decides whether the vote on a hunting and fishing question will really count.
We will have more on those stories coming up in just a few minutes.
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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Leo Hirsbrunner.
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It's (time) on Saturday. Welcome back to News-7 Saturday morning.
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An Alta Vista woman and her passenger were killed late last night, when two vehicles collided in Campbell County. Police suspect alcohol was involved.
State police say Maurice Toller of Bedord County was driving his truck along Route 43.
Toller lost control of his truck and struck Ramona Woodriff's vehicle .. killing her and one of her passengers.

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The latest News 7 Mason Dixon poll shows George Bush still holding a lead among likely Virginia voters, but the numbers vary by region, sex, and race.
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The poll says the Texas Governor has the support of 48-percent of state voters, while 41-percent back the vice president. 47-percent of Roanoke area voters favor Bush, compared to 40 percent for Gore. Lynchburg and Southside voters want Bush by a 52 to 35 percent margin.
Only the Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads areas favored Gore. And the gender and racial gaps remain. 53-percent of men back Bush compared to 36 percent for Gore.
On the other hand, it's a tighter race among women. 45-percent favor the Democrat while 43 percent say they will vote Republican.
57-percent of white voters support Bush. 32 percent of that group support Gore.
Along racial lines, 85 percent of black voters want Al Gore to win. Republicans are taking just a small part of that group. Just four percent of African Americans polled say they would vote for George W. Bush.
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Meantime, a proposed constitutional amendment guaranteeing Virginians the right to hunt, fish and trap game is still a "go" for election day.
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A Richmond judge has denied a request from The Fund for Animals and the Humane Society of America to stop the counting of votes.
The judge says the request had no merit.
Activists claim the amendment would take away the right of smaller communities to regulate firearms.
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Virginia Tech has some building plans in the works for a luxury on-campus hotel and alumni center.
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The university plans to build a 150-room hotel and conference center near the intersection of Prices Fork Road and West Campus Drive.
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It will occupy some of the present-day golf course.
Officials say about 5 holes on the course will be moved and the rest of it enlarged and improved.
The Donaldson Brown Hotel and Conference Center, built in the late 1960s, will become graduate student housing.
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((TOM TILLAR/VICE PRES. ALUMNI RELATIONS: AS WE LOOK TOWARD THE FUTURE AND THE NEED TO ATTRACT MORE RESEARCH ENTERPRISE TO THE CAMPUS, THERE WILL BE A NUMBER OF CONFERENCE GROUPS AFFILIATED WITH THE RESEARCH ENTERPRISE AND WE'LL HAVE A CENTER NOW THAT CAN ACCOMMODATE A LOT OF THE INTERESTS THAT WOULD BE ATTRACTED.))
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Officials hope to complete the hotel in 2004.
Big donors to the project could have the hotel and conference center named after them.
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Still to come on News 7 Saturday Morning ... some big scores, and a big upset in Friday football action.
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And Blair Witch is back.
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Anna Wentworth reviews "Book of Shadows" ... Blair Witch 2.
But first if you are traveling today,
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In Sports, Lord Botetourt cruised past Rockbridge County and Bath County remains tops in the Pioneer District.
Mike Stevens has a look at last night's high school football action.
Good morning again Mike.
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[GO TO SCORES!!!!!!!] ((The Pulaski County Cougars turned a slim 7-to-6 first quarter lead into a shocking 56-to-14 win over Patrick Henry. Josh Calfee broke the Cougars' career rushing record in the game and Frank Cobbs broke the Patriots' backs with four TDs and 226 yards rushing. Cave Spring meets Pulaski next Friday. Last night the Knights stuffed Halifax County 49-to-7. In the stunner of the night - Franklin County finished up its first season under Billy Miles by ruining Fleming's homecoming with the 14-to-13 win. Northside clinched at least a tie for the Blue Ridge title by stuffing Blacksburg 28-to-7 on the Indians home turf. Lord Botetourt kept pace in the district by outgunning Rockbridge County 48-to-27 in Daleville. William Byrd finally got a district win last night by beating Christiansburg 28-to-7. The Salem Spartans scored early and often as they beat Blue Ridge rival Alleghany 35-to-7. Brookville topped the Rustburg Red Devils to keep their playoff hopes in tact. The Bees win it 19-to-14. Magna Vista is still showing its the real deal. The Warriors whipped Laurel Park 48-to-8. Martinsville pitched a shutout over Fieldale-Collinsville 48-to-0. Bath County all but wrapped up the Pioneer district with a come from behind 31-to-21 victory. Glenvar kept its playoff hopes alive with a 48 to 6 thrashing of Eastern Montgomery. And in the private school ranks Roanoke Catholic was beaten down by Hargrave 58-to-9, while North Cross scored 32 unanswered points to beat Massanutten 32-to-14.))





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Tis the season to see somthing unusual in the pumpkin patch.
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The people at the produce place are pretty pooped after preparing 200 pumpkin portraits.
This pumpkin patch is at Ken's Produce on North Carolina's Highway 50 in Garner.
People at the produce place prepared a pack of peculiar pumpkins, everthing from the headless horseman, a wicked witch, a Star Trek character and even a mouse.
All the pumpkins are proudly perched upon picnic tables.

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Shelby Hamlett is a Roanoke County resident, long active in local women's clubs.
Since June, she's also had another role... president of an international organization that claims a million members.
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Hamlett is now serving as President of the General Federation of Women's Clubs.... a service organization that has affiliated groups in 30 countries.
Recent trips have taken her to the Philipinnes and Guatemala... and she's frequently on the road in support of the group's activities here in the United States.
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((SHELBY HAMLETT: IT'S ALWAYS BEEN THE PEOPLE AND THE PROJECTS. THEY'RE WONDERFUL. I DO NOT KNOW ANOTHER GROUP WHO IS WILLING TO DO SO MUCH FOR SO MANY.))
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Shelby Hamlett and the organizations she heads...
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN] (+++++++++) will be the focus of this week's Virginia Profile, which will air on News 7 Sunday morning.