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Coming up-
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A man is arrested charged in the murder of a Hooters Waitress-
Tonight new information about the suspect- and word that he was seen at another Virginia Hooters.
Plus fire at Mill Mountain coffee in Roanoke.
And how would you like to Survive this? Croc experts on how to protect yourself.
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News 7 is next.

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Roanoke City Police arrest and charge a man in the death of Tina Louise Foster.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Good evening...

[Foster]


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This morning Roanoke City Police arrested Christopher Haynes of Fort Lee Virginia.
He's charged in the death of the 20-year old woman who worked at Hooters restaurant in Roanoke.
Tonight News 7 has learned that it was a tip from Chesterfield County authorities that lead police to Haynes.
They say he was seen in a Hooters restaurant in that area and his alleged actions linked him with Foster's murder.

Haynes is charged with murder and tonight he's in the Roanoke City Jail.
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Kate Weidaw first broke this story, she's at the Police Department with new details about Haynes.
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Jean, tonight we've learned more about Christopher Haynes.
He's a petroleum specialist in the army, which means he's responsible for transporting fuel for military vehicles.
Haynes is also married with two children.
Roanoke City police say a tip from Chesterfield County authorities led them to Haynes.
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((Thursday morning Roanoke City police arrested 26 year old Christopher Haynes and charged him with one count of murder. Authorities took Haynes into custody at Fort Pickett where he was taking part in petroleum training and transported him back to his army base at Fort Lee.
He's been charged with killing 20 year old Tina Foster, who was last seen on January 29th. She told friends she was meeting a man at the Hooters parking lot who was going to take some modeling pictures. Managers at Hooters would not go on camera but said Haynes was seen in the restaurant several times in the past. On Friday Roanoke City Police found Foster's body inside her car at the Rodeway Inn off Orange Avenue. ))
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So far authorities have not said if Haynes has a prior criminal record.
He's set to be arraigned tomorrow morning at 8:30.
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[Thomas]


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The man accused of murdering Radford teen Tara Munsey will go on trial in a week.
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Jeffrey Allen Thomas will stand trial on capital murder charges... starting with jury selection a week from tomorrow.
His attorneys want the trial moved, saying there's been too much publicity.
But the judge says he'll try to seat a jury first.
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((MARYA JONES/NEWS7: DO YOU THINK YOU CAN GET AN UNBIASED JURY HERE IN PULASKI COUNTY? JEFF THOMAS: WHAT DO YOU THINK?))
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16-year-old Tara Munsey's body was found just miles from the Taco Bell where she worked. She had been shot in the head and chest.
140 potential jurors have been called to show up next Friday.
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[Giles-Murder]


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Authorities are back to square one in their investigation into the murder of a Campbell County convenience store owner last fall.
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76- year- old Melvin Giles was shot to death October 26th during an apparent robbery at his store on Route 460.
Sheriff Robert Maxey had called the regional homicide squad back together this week to track down leads in the case.
But the squad disbanded today, and Maxey says his department is no closer to making an arrest.
Giles' family and store owners in the area are offering 11- thousand dollars in reward money for help in solving the case.
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Anyone with information can call Crimestoppers at 1-888-798-5900.
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[Mill-Mountain]


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A smoky fire in downtown Roanoke tonight-
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Fire broke out at Mill Mountain Coffee and Tea- on Campbell Avenue at about ten tonight.
Smoke could be seen coming from the top of the building-
The fire people inside were forced out.
The call first came in that a coffee roaster had overheated- People at the scene said it smelled like burned coffee.
Firefighters do have the fire under control- No word on when the coffee shop will reopen.
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[Roanoke-Fire]


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Firefighters rescued a dog from a burning Roanoke home tonight.
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The blaze on Dakota Avenue began around 8:30.
No one was home at the time and no firefighters were hurt.
Investigators think the fire started in the basement.
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Smoke started pouring from an aparment building on Campbell Avenue around one this afternoon.
No one was inside.
Neighbors heard the smoke detector go off and called 9-1-1.
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((GLORIA STINNETT/NEIGHBOR: THANK GOODNESS FOR THE ALARMS WE HAVE IN THE HOUSE.....AND I DID HEAR THAT ONE GOING OFF BECAUSE I COULD HEAR IT BEEPING.))
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The cause of the fire has not been determined.
Officials estimate 10 thousand dollars in damage.
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[Salem-Fire]


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Fire heavily damaged a trailer in Salem this morning.
It started around 7:30 at trailer number 22 in the Ramey Mobile Home Park.
No one was home at the time.
One firefighter was taken to Lewis Gale hospital with a hand injury.
There's no word yet on what caused the blaze.
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[Taxes]


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Tax cuts may be on the way to many Americans.
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President Bush sent his one point six trillion dollar tax plan to Congress-
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((BUSH: WE NEED TAX RELIEF NOW, IN FACT WE NEEDED IT YESTERDAY.))
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Bush says the plan would amount to an average of 16-hundred dollars in savings for a family of four.
The plan focuses on reducing income taxes, doubling the per-child tax credit, phasing out estate taxes and reducing the marriage penalty.
But some Democrats say not so fast.
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((SEN. TOM DASCHLE/D- MINORITY LEADER: IF YOU ARE A MILLIONAIRE, UNDER THE BUSH TAX CUT, YOU GET A 46-THOUSAND DOLLAR TAX CUT, MORE THAN ENOUGH TO PAY FOR THIS LEXUS.))
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The Democrats don't like the Republicans plan but so far they haven't organized enough to come up with a plan of their own.
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[Kissinger]


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Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger will be installed as Chancellor of the College of William and Mary this weekend.
His appointment has not come without controversy.
A recent article in Harper's Magazine accuses Kissinger of delaying the end of the Vietnam War because he thought it would affect President Nixon's re-election.
J-B Leedy reports.
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Kissinger will take office on Saturday.
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Tired of those high gas bills?
The General Assembly got an earful about them today-- including some good news.
Find out more when News 7 returns.
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And two window washers dangle high above Atlanta.
See their rescue later in the newscast.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey sports fans check this out, The Lady Knights of Cave Spring and William Fleming hooked up in an R-V-D game The Washington Redskins may move their training camp to Williamsburg and George Washington of Danville will officially name its head football coach tomorrow afternoon.
All that and more coming up in sports.))
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[Rich-Pardon]


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Bill Clinton's out of office but he's still causing controvery.
Lawmakers want to why he pardoned man accused of evading 48- million dollars in federal taxes.
Gretchen Carlson has the story.
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((DESPITE HAVING NO POWER TO OVERTURN PRESIDENT CLINTON'S CONTROVERSIAL PARDON OF FINANCIER MARC RICH... LAWMAKERS CONVENED A HEARING TO LOOK INTO THE MATTER.
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"ONE WEEK AGO MARC RICH IS ON THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT'S LIST OF THE TEN MOST WANTED AND THE NEXT WEEK HE'S GIVEN A PRESIDENTIAL PARDON." RICH FLED THE U-S FOR SWITZERLAND JUST BEFORE HE WAS INDICTED IN 19-83. HE'S ACCUSED OF EVADING MILLIONS IN TAXES, COMMITTING FRAUD AND PARTICIPATING IN ILLEGAL OIL DEALS WITH IRAN.
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"THE CASE WAS FUNDAMENTALLY FLAWED, I BELIEVED THAT AND I ARGUES THAT." RICH'S ATTORNEY JACK QUINN IS ALSO A FORMER WHITE HOUSE COUNSEL. CRITICS ARGUE THAT HE HAD UNDUE INFLUENCE OVER PRESIDENT CLINTON AND THAT HIS APPEAL WAS ONE-SIDED. FORMER DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC HOLDER TOLD THE LAWMAKERS HIS OFFICE NEVER EVEN SAW RICH'S PARDON APPLICATION.
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"I WISH THAT I HAD ENSURED THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE WAS MORE FULLY INFORMED AND INVOLVED IN THE PARDON PROCESS."
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RICH'S FORMER WIFE DENISE AND THE CLINTON'S IS ALSO IN QUESTION. DENISE RICH IS A MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TO THE CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL MUSEUM.
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"WAS THERE ANY QUID PRO QUO? I DON'T THINK. I NEVER HAD A CONVERSATION WITH HIM ABOUT THOSE MATTERS." MOST LAWMAKERS AGREE.. NOTHING CAN BE DONE TO REVERSE A PRESIDENT CLINTON'S DECISION. BUT MANY SAY A THOROUGH REVIEW IS NEEDED TO HELP UNDERSTAND ONE OF THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL PARDONS IN U-S HISTORY. GC, CBS NEWS.))

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An 11 year old boy has been suspended for bringing a loaded gun to school.
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School officials say the fourth-grader brought the handgun to Millboro Elementary School yesterday .. in eastern Bath County.
The school principal says he received a tip ahead of time ..
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and took the 4th-grader to his office as soon as the youngster stepped off the bus.
We have no word on why the boy may have brought the gun to school.

[Gas-Prices]


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Anger over skyrocketing natural gas prices spilled into a General Assembly hearing today.
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The House Corporations, Insurance, and Banking Committee heard explanations from the gas industry and horror stories from the public.
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((DON FICKENSCHER/VIRGINIA NATURAL GAS: THE AVERAGE CONSUMER'S GAS BILL MORE THAN DOUBLED. EXCUSE ME ....105 IN DECEMBER.))
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((EVA LITTLEJOHN/PETERSBURG RESIDENT: IF I PAY A 900 DOLLAR GAS BILL, I HAVE TO BORROW MONEY TO PUT WITH THAT. TO PAY THE GAS BILL. BECAUSE WE DON'T GET BUT 700 AND SOME DOLLARS A MONTH. THE TWO CHECKS TOGETHER. MY CHECK AND HIS.))
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Governor Jim Gilmore's administration opposed a bill that would have taken contributions from the gas industry, and put them into state emergency assistance coffers.
Some lawmakers took the social services department to task today.
The bill's still alive in a weaker form.
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[Va-Gas]


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Virginia Gas says building its proposed new pipeline alongside an existing one would cost 10 and a half million dollars MORE than just building a new one.
Local residents have been waiting for justification -- because, they say, the environmental damages far outweigh the financial costs.
The State Corporation Commission got that 10-million dollar figure yesterday in support of a merger between Virginia Gas and New Jersey-based N-U-I.
If the merger DOES go through, the pipeline will most likely be built.
A hearing examiner from the S-C-C is due to make a recommendation on the merger within two weeks.

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The Salem-Roanoke County Bar Association picked one of its own today as a candidate to replace Judge Roy Willett on the Circuit Bench.
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Salem lawyer Jim Swanson got the nod on the first ballot.
Swanson is 47. He spent two years in the late 70's as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney.
He's been in private practice for 20 years.
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((I'M PLEASED. I'M HONORED, OBVIOUSLY, WITH THE RESULTS....))
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Swanson didn't want to say any more, before the CITY Bar Association meets next Tuesday.
A Task Force of judges and lawyers has already begun to develop a plan to evaluate sitting judges.
County Commonwealth's Attorney Skip Burkart is a member of the statewide task force.
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((THE FIRST THING WE DID WE HAD JUDGES COME IN FROM CONNECTICUT AND ARIZONA TO PRESENT US THEIR PROGRAMS AND HOW THEY ESTABLISHED IT, HOW THEY DID IT, THE PROS AND CONS. IN THE MEANTIME WE'VE BEEN WORKING THE LAST 5 OR 6 MONTHS ON DEVISING A PLAN FOR VIRGINIA.))
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Burkart says the Task Force will hold public hearings next month.

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If you like the weather we're having- you'll love the forecast.
Plus did you know shark attacks are on the rise. Well tell you why.
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And here is something you definitely should NOT try at home-
We'll meet one true survivor in the down under world of crocodiles.
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((NIGHTIME IS ... INTO ACTION.))
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[Croc-Attacks]


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The cast on Survivor island may come into contact with crocodiles- they ARE in Australia you know.
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But one man who really knows crocs is Wes Minnion- He takes care of 100 crocs at Australia's Queensland Zoo.
He's one of the world's leading croc experts. He says protecting yourself is really quite simple.
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((WES MINNION/CROC EXPERT: STAY BACK FROM THE WATERS EDGE..STAY OUT OF HIS HOUSE. NO ONE LIKES ENCROACHING ON HOUSE AND CROCS ARE NO EXCEPTION TO THAT..SO AS LONG AS YOU STAY BACK FROM WATERS EDGE YOULL NEVER HAVE A PROBLEM. WHAT GENERALLY HAPPENS IS PEOPLE DON'T SEE THEM BEFORE THEY ARE HIT. THEY'RE THAT QUICK AND THEY'RE THAT FAST. THAT'S IT. IT'S JUST BOOF!))
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Australia is the croc capital of the world. It's home to both the Large man-eating salty croc, and the smaller fresh water croc which is hanging around with the survivors.
No matter the size, they can be dangerous.
Minnion says when the sun goes down- crocs can move into action- because they're well concealed. And he says the best way to aggravate a croc is to try and get near a females' newly laid eggs.
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[Shark-Attacks]


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From crocodiles to sharks- new statistics out show shark attacks at an all time high.
79 shark attacks were reported worldwide last year. That's according to the International Shark Attack File.


Ten of the encounters proved fatal.
Florida leads the list with 34 attacks- one deadly.
Other fatal encounters occurred in Australia, Tanzania, Fiji, and Japan.
The shark attack keepers say people are spending more time in the water and swimming in unfamiliar areas.
Even so- curators at Sea World say you're still more likely to be struck by lighting than attacked by a shark.


[Window-Washer]


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A rescue in downtown Atlanta today - window washers were trapped on the face of a high rise hotel after their scaffolding collapsed.
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A team of rescuers anchored a rope- one thousand feet long- to the top of this Marriott hotel. A firefighter then repelled 400 feet down the side of the hotel to reach one of the workers stranded at the 42nd floor. The rescue of the second man proved to be less dangerous - he was taken in through a window 30 feet from the top of the hotel.
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[S-Extra]


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The Washington Redskins may move their training camp to the Tidewater area and G.W. of Danville will officially name its head football coach tomorrow.
But first out Extra Point.
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[SUPER=76-File Tape; :]


It was March 8-th 1971 when Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier met for the first of three fights between the two heavyweights.
Now, 30 years later there could be a fourth Ali/Frazier fight, this time with the daughters of the two champs.
23 old Laila Ali and 39 year old Jacqui Frazier plan to meet in the ring in June of this year and maybe on Fathers day.
And here are tonight's scores.
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[S-Cave]


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The Lady Knights of Cave Spring get a win in the R-V-D beating William Fleming last night 54 to 40.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Knights vs Colonels; :]


Cynthia Brown rallying her Fleming Colonels.
But Cave Springs Jessica Caldwell pulls up behind the line and nails the three pointer and the Knights led by 3.
The Colonels come right back as Olivia Grant takes it to the hoop and scores the easy snow bird.
[SUPER=33-Cave Spring/54/William Fleming/40/;]


Cave then pulled in the fourth quarter Jenny Carter hits the three pointer and the Knights put it away 54 to 40.


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[S-Hoops]


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In Hometown Hoops weekly, Steve Mason checks in with Troy Manns, one of the quickest guards to ever come out of the Roanoke Valley. The former point guard is now getting his "point" across in the classroom.
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((STEVE MASON:The basketball world is littered with bad news these days. rap albums that offend and NBA players digging deep into their pockets to pay hefty finds for inappropriate behavior. But Roanoke can take pride in a true hometown hero, a role model with a hear t of gold. Hometown Hoops weekly proudly presents the inspirational story of troy Manns.))
((He won a high school state championship and starred in college at point guard, but, the most important position Troy Manns has ever played is the one he plays now. ((NAT SOUND:))
Manns teaches freshman English at Patrick Henry. On this day, the topics are puns and hyperbole's. To manns, there is an unfortunate touch of irony in the career he now proudly pursues. ((:))
After leading the 1991 PH team to a 27 and 1, Group 3A state championship he spent two seasons at George Mason, then transferred to Tech where he had two successful seasons. He received his masters degree from Tech in education. When an English position opened at PH, he took it. Troy is reunited with his high school coach, Woody Deans. ((:)) The pair are now friends and are able to joke about an incident that could have changed both their lives. ((:)) ((:))
Manns is also the Patriots top varsity assistant. Whether he is on the floor or in the class room, teaching young people is his true labor of love. He hopes to one day become a head coach. Steve Mason Hometown Hoops weekly.))




[S-Skins]


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The Washington Redskins could have a new home when training camp comes around this summer.
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According to head coach Marty Shottenheimer the team is looking at two out of town college sites and one is William And Mary in Williamsburg.
Shottenheimer would name the college but William And Mary officials say the team will visit Williamsburg today.
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Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, where the Redskins use to spend camp, may also be considered.
The Skins held camp at Redskins Park in Ashburn last season.

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Virginia Tech signed much of the state's brightest high school football talent.
Defensive back DeAngelo Hall of Chesapeake and running back Justin Hamilton of Clintwood join
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quarterback Bryan Randall, a Williamsburg native on the Hokies' recruiting roster.
Tight end/defensive end Jeff King hails from Pulaski County.
13 Virginians are part of this class of 21 signees.
Coach Frank Beamer says his staffs stability is one reason recruiting is going well.
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Everett Wood will officially be named the head football coach at Danville later today. More later on Mornin.

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One of Friday Football Extra's top high schools is staying close to home to shore up its coaching situation.
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News 7 Sports has learned that this afternoon, GW Danville will take the interim tag off of Everett Woods title and officially make him the Eagles head football coach. Woods has twice served as interim coach following illnesses and the death of Ed Martin. The official word will come today at 1:30pm.
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Daytona Speedweeks shift into high gear today as the Winston Cup cars arrive at the track for their first practice sessions. News 7 Sports is the place to get your NASCAR news this Saturday night at 7 as Mike Stevens presents and hour long preseason special.
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