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Coming up on News 7-
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A Vinton woman is killed after being dragged beneath a pick-up truck in Roanoke.
Chuck Robb and George Allen make last minute campaign stops in Southwest Virginia.
Plus, Steve Mason will have reaction from the Virginia Tech Hokies after today's loss to Miami.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.
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A Bedford County man is charged with manslaughter after allegedly dragging a woman beneath his truck in the parking lot of a local hang-out.
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Good Evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


[Roanoke-Ax]


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28- year old Anthony Brooks was arrested this morning.
He's charged with D-U-I manslaughter in the death of 42-year-old Teresa Young Hale of Vinton.
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Brooks is also charged with drunk driving, felony hit and run and with being a habitual offender.
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Police say Hale was walking through the parking lot of the Upper Class Cafe on Orange Avenue in Roanoke when she was struck by Brooks' pickup truck, early this morning. Witnesses say Hale was thrown onto the hood of the vehicle, and then dragged under the truck on to Orange Avenue. Witnesses say Brooks then ran over Hale and fled the scene. Vinton police stopped Brooks a short time later on Virginia Avenue.
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[Allen-Robb]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=00-38; 51:30]
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Election day is only three days away and the candidates for the U-S Senate seat in Virginia are trying to make every campaign- stop count. Kate Weidaw caught up with Chuck Robb and George Allen as they rallied in our area earlier today.
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((The candidates goals are the same in this tight knit race, to gain the support of as many voters as they can with the few days that are left. Senator Chuck Robb made an early morning stop in Christiansburg where he is trailing in the polls.

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((CHUCK ROBB: THIS IS THE START OF THE FINAL WEEKEND OF CALLIN AND HAULIN, WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WE DON'T LEAVE ANYONE BEHIND.))
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Robb says voters who feel like they've been left behind by his campaign should know he's been hard at work fulfilling the job he was elected for. Meanwhile Allen has made Southwest Virginia a frequent stopping point for his campaign. He rallied supporters at Roanoke Regional Airport.

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((GEORGE ALLEN: WE'RE IN THE LAST THREE MINUTES THREE DAYS OF THIS CAMPAIGN WE'RE NEAR THE GOAL LINE BUT IT'S UP TO YOU TO GET US ACROSS TO VICTORY.))
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But analysts say it's the issues that draw a clear line between Allen and Robb. Issues like education, the marriage penalty tax, and a woman's right to choose.

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((CHUCK ROBB: IF YOU TRUST THE WOMEN OF VIRGINIA TO MAKE THE MOST PERSONAL CHOICE IT MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE WHO GETS ELECTED.))
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((GEORGE ALLEN: DON'T YOU AGREE WITH ME TO EMPOWER PARENTS TO MAKE EDUCATION DECISIONS FOR THEIR CHILDREN. WE WANT TO HAVE A 1000 DOLLAR TAX CREDIT FOR EVERY CHILD.))
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The two have also leveled attacks at one another. Robb has questioned Allen's record as Governor, while Allen has critized Robb for cancelling out Senator John Warner's vote 17- hundred times.

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((GEORGE ALLEN: 53 PERCENT OF THE TIME MY OPPONENT IS CANCELING OUT JOHN WARNER'S VOTES WHETHER IT IS ON REDUCING TAXES, FIGHT CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, REDUCING THE TAX BURDEN TIME AFTER TIME THAT VOTE IS GETTING CANCELED OUT.))
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Robb says he has an excellent relationship with Warner and calls Allen's comments meaningless statistics.

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((CHUCK ROBB: THAT'S THE BEST THEY CAN ASK HIM TO SAY THAT HE'S WILLING TO SAY, HE AND I HAVE A VERY GOOD WORKING RELATIONSHIP WE PAY OUR RESPECTIVE RESPONSIBILITIES TO OUR PARTIES.))
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And while the issues will continue to be debated both candidates say voter turnout is the most important part of this election. Kate Weidaw News7 Roanoke.))




[Presidential-Race]


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The Presidential Candidates are also pounding the pavement as they fight to the finish. As reporter Teri Okita shows us, George W. Bush and Al Gore spent their last Saturday trying to get out the vote.
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((On the final weekend of the campaign, George W. Bush and Al Gore traded jabs and fired up voters in coveted battleground states. AL GORE: ITS TIME TO TAKE YOUR SOULS TO THE POLLS. ITS TIME TO CHOOSE THE FUTURE. ITS TIME TO TAKE YOUR SOULS TO THE POLLS. ITS TIME TO CHOOSE THE FUTURE. Praying with african-american ministers in his homestate of Tennessee and rallying crowds in West Virginia, the Vice-President attacked his rivals readiness and Bushs flub on social security not being a federal program. AL GORE: IT WASNT A SLIP OF THE TONGUE. IT WAS AN EXPRESSION OF INGRAINED HOSTILITY TO OUR ABILITY AS AMERICANS TO WORK TOGETHER TO BETTER OURSELVES. Gore is running stronger in some of the bigger battleground states, but Governor Bush still has the edge in most tracking polls. BUSH: YOU'VE HAD YOUR CHANCE. YOU HAVE NOT LED, AND WE WILL. With Colin Powell by his side, Bush rallied crowds in Michigan and Pennsylvania saying the Clinton-Gore years were filled with partisan gridlock and rancor that would continue under Al Gore. GEORGE W. BUSH:IN THREE SHORT DAYS, HELP IS ON THE WAY. WELL HAVE A NEW LEADERSHIP IN THE NATIONS CAPITAL AMERICA IS READY FOR A FRESH START AFTER A SEASON OF CYNICISM. Neither candidate chose to dwell on Bushs d-u-i disclosure opting instead to drive home their message ... before time runs out. TERI OKITA/REPORTING: WITH SO MUCH VOTER INDECISION SO CLOSE TO ELECTION DAY, THE CANDIDATES ARE WORKING OVERTIME TRYING TO REACH EVERY UNDECIDED THEY CAN. THEIR WEEKENDS WILL WRAP-UP IN TOSS-UP STATES WHERE THE MOST ELECTORAL VOTES ARE STILL UP-FOR-GRABS. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

[Absentee-Ballot]


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Today marked the deadline to turn in your absentee ballot IN PERSON for the upcoming election.
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So far 16-hundred voters have turned in their absentee ballot to the Registrar's Office in Roanoke. That's 4-hundred more than in 1996 when the last Presidential election was held. But, the registrar's office says it's not too late if you plan to put your absentee ballot in the mail.
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((BERYL BROOKS/ROANOKE GENERAL REGISTRAR: WE'LL STILL BE ACCEPTING BALLOTS IN THE MAIL UP TO 7PM ON ELECTION DAY.))
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Voters have been able to turn in their absentee ballots since October 5-th.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Teresa tosses to Leo in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [11/04/2000] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP TOMORROW FORECAST

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As Leo mentioned, the threat of more fires breaking out is high.. In fact, the Department of Forestry reports crews are working to contain a fire in Craig County that broke out last night. Volunteers from Tennessee are expected to arrive tomorrow to help with that blaze. And more than 65-hundred acres of woodland are still burning in the Shenandoah National Park.
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Wildfires have already scorched more than 96-hundred acres in North Carolina. The forest fire that started in North Carolina and burned its way into Grayson County has been contained.
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[writer=chr]
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Coming up next on News 7 .. A baseball Hall of Famer is hospitalized tonight - and Doctors aren't sure of his prognosis. Details are just ahead.
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And a passenger aboard a Greyhound bus causes it to plunge down an embankment. We'll tell you what happened - when News 7 at 11 continues.
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[Train-Derailment]


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One person was killed and 30 people injured in California today when an Amtrak passenger train and truck collide.

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The train was headed from Los Angeles to Santa Barbara with 88 people on board when it hit a tree-trimming truck at a private crossing. Authorities say the crossing had no flashing lights or gates. Three of the train's five cars derailed, injuring 29 people. The 28-year-old driver of the truck was killed. A passenger in the vehicle was also critically injured.
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[Bus-Ax]


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A man is under arrest in California for allegedly grabbing the steering wheel of a Greyhound bus and causing it to crash.
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Officials in Sacramento County say the Los Angeles bound bus was rolling at 60 miles-an-hour when the man grabbed the steering wheel yesterday and tried to steer into the median.
The driver fought for control but overcorrected, and the bus plunged into a six-foot ditch.
All 38 people aboard were hurt... at least two them seriously.
Police arrested the suspect after an hour's search of a wooded area.
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[Ted-Williams]


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[WRITER=tha]
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Boston Red Sox legend Ted Williams is in the intensive care unit at a Florida hospital.
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The Boston Globe says the 82-year-old Hall-of-Famer was admitted to the University of Florida Medical Center in Gainesville Monday with congestive heart failure.
Doctors offered no prognosis.
But the paper says Doctors are strongly considering implanting a permanent pacemaker to control Williams' heart rate.
Williams, who lives in Florida, suffered two strokes in the 1990's.
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[Leadership-Conference]


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The leaders of tomorrow came together at Hollins University today for the Annual Youth Leadership Day.
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60 high school students from seven area schools talked about ways to change stereotypes and encourage diversity.
One area they're exploring is competition among schools. Students say schools competing against each other during sporting events creates friction-- so they're working on a solution.
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((LAWANDA WEATHERSPOON: WE JUST THINK THE SOLUTION WOULD BE TO HAVE SCHOOL INVOLVEMENT HAVE SCHOOL ACTIVITIES WITH OTHER SCHOOLS NOT HAVE A COMPETITION BETWEEN THE TWO.))
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During the day long workshop students broke off into groups to discuss the issues. Organizers say each student who attended was hand picked by a guidance counselor.
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((WENDY MOORE/ORGANIZER: THESE STUDENTS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN AS POTENTIAL LEADERS IN THEIR SCHOOLS AND THEY ARE GAINING A LOT BY COMING TOGETHER AND BEING ABLE TO FIND OUT WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE DIFFERENT SCHOOLS.))
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This is the second year for the leadership workshop.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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The Miami Hurricanes washed out the Hokies today .. Steve Mason will have all the details on the game in just a few minutes.
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But first - it was billed as "the worst performance ever!" Details on an outrageous fundraiser - coming up after the break...
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[Biz-review]


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It was a head- line making week in Martinsville as Sara Lee announced it will be hiring more than 300 new workers.
Jennifer Miele re-caps that story and more in this week's business review.
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This week in review, more layoffs at Volvo. The company told workers in Dublin Friday that 200 would be laid off after Thanksgiving. Another 200 will take a two week unpaid leave BEFORE Thanksgiving. High fuel prices and low demand are hitting the company hard. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE] [USE TAPE FROM 5/6/OR 11 BROADCAST ON FRIDAY]
Finally some good news in Martinsville... Sara Lee Activewear is buying and expanding the former Tultex distribution center in Martinsville. The company plans to hire 300 people in addition to its current staff of 250. Tultex filed for chapter 11 in January laying off nearly three thousand workers. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE]
[TAPE#=00-41 TC23:48]


A bill that changes railroad retiree benefits has fizzled out, at least for this session of Congress. For retirees like Joe Sailor, it would have cut taxes dramatically.... and the tax money saved would then be invested in stocks and bonds. But opponents say just because the saved tax money would be invested, it doesn't guarantee the fund will make a profit. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE]
Finally, on Wall Street, the Nasdaq was up 22.56 points to close at 3451 for the week, and the Dow was down 62.56 to close at 10,818.

I'm News 7's business reporter Jennifer Miele, and that's this week's business review.))[Cullen-Grandin]


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It was billed as an "Unorganized Catastrophe" .. and it lived up to its name!!
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((I'M LIVE AT THE GRANDIN...AND I DON'T KNOW HOW TO SING...))
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He might not know how to sing, but Charles Cullen certainly can command an audience. The star of his own cable access show - and self-proclaimed "controversial" filmmaker - held a benefit concert at the Grandin Theater in Roanoke tonight. It was titled "The Worst Live Performance Ever..." Despite its name, hundreds of folks turned out to hear Cullen's tunes and see his antics. All of the money raised tonight will go to help the Grandin Theater.
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[SUPER=#555][S-Tech]



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Michael Vick played less than a quarter, star receiver and punt returner Andre Davis left the game with injury.
The loss of those players combined with a talented Miami team translated into the number 3 ranked Hurricanes 41 to 21 win over second ranked Virginia Tech.
Steve Mason and Photographer Greg Moore have a recap from the Orange Bowl in Miami.
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[S-Nehlen]


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West Virginia head coach Don Nehlen is retiring at the end of the season.
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Nehlen announced the decision today as the Mountaineers lost to Syracuse 31 to 27.
The 64 year old Nehlen is one win short of becoming the fifth active coach with 200 career victories. Nehlen has 199-127-and-4 record with the Mountaineers and Bowling Green where he spent 9 seasons before moving to Morgantown.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Maco, TX/KWTX; :]


Top ranked Oklahoma routed Baylor today.
Quarterback Josh Heupel played only the first half and threw for 313 yards and three touchdowns as the Sooners beat the Bears 56 to 7.
And here todays scores.
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[S-Catholic]


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[WRITER=rst]
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Down at Victory Stadium tonight, North Cross and Roanoke Catholic would get together.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Celtics vs Raiders; :]


Jim Muscaro talking to his players in the huddle.
Patrick Arbo takes the handoff and goes up the middle for the 3 yard touchdown and the Raiders led 8 to nothing in the first.
North Cross would score again in the first Bill Kaufman takes the handoff over the left side for the 5 yard touchdown and the Raiders led 15 to nothing.
[SUPER=36-North Cross/29/Roanoke Catholic/0/;]


Arbo gets it again and this time he bulls his way up the middle into the end zone and North Cross wins it 29 to nothing.
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[S-Busch]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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Kurt Busch led second round qualifying at Phoenix today for tomorrow's Dura Lube 500. He will start 26-th. Rick Mast qualified 28-th Dale Earnhardt 31-st and Dale Jarrett 36-th. Stacy Compton failed to make the field.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Phoenix, AZ/TNN SPORTS; :]


The Busch Cars raced at Phoenix today. South Boston's Jeff Burton led 148 laps and he takes the checkered flag without any brakes to win the Outback Steakhouse 200.
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[IN Q="I was...]

((JEFF BURTON/OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE WINNER: I WAS COMPLETELY OUT OF BRAKES AT THE END. WE RAN LITTLE BITTY BREAK HOLES TRYING TO GET AS MUCH AIR ON THE NOSE AS POSSIBLE. I WAS COMPLETELY OUT. I'M GLAD WE DIDN'T HAVE TO HAVE A CAUTION AND GO BECAUSE I WOULD HAVE BEEN IN TROUBLE.))
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Jason Leffler was second followed by Mike Skinner, Jeff Green and ron Hornaday.

[S-Express]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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The Roanoke Express was on the road tonight for a game at Johnstown. And the Chiefs beat the Express 5 to 1.
Roanoke returns to the Roundhouse tomorrow afternoon for a game against Greensboro. Face off is 4 oclock.



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[WRITER=rst]
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Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh are head for a showdown in the final round of the P-G-A's Tour Championship.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/ABC SPORTS; :]


Singh would take the lead whe he birdied the 10-th hole. He shot a 5 under par 65 today finishing att 200, 10 under par.
Tiger was 11 under after 15 holes but he finished with a 66 to tie Singh att 10 under heading into tomorrow's final round.
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[TALENT=Roy]
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Phil Mickelson shot 65 to move into 3-rd place one shot back at 9 under par.

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