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House members bend the ban against wounding, offending or insulting fellow delegates

A LIVE report from Richmond tonight where the debate continues on the House floor.
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And sixth graders getting to know their school's resource officer by making music together.
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Tonight on the Big 7, while the Express prepares for Storm - Roanoke coach Perry Florio buddies up with the Toledo police force. Frank Anzalone has a new job.
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And we'll hear from the man than many at Tech think could be the next Peter Warrick.
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It's all over for the Heilig Meyers name.
Most remaining stores will close .. the rest are in for big changes.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Heilig-Meyers]


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Heilig Meyers closed hundreds of stores in November, and now the Richmond- based furniture store is shutting down almost all of the rest.
The remaining ones will get a new name and a new look.
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News 7 Business Reporter Jennifer Miele is at Heilig Meyers in Roanoke.
Jen, what's the story with the stores in our area.
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This one in Roanoke, another in Roanoke, and the one in Lynchburg will convert to RoomStores, but the Heilig-Meyers name is about to disappear from view.
And if you have furniture financed through Heilig Meyers, you'll be at the mercy of whoever buys your debt.
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The company was forced to file bankruptcy last August.. it was spending too much money on collecting payments from customers who owed financing payments.
In an attempt to save some money, a wave of closing began in November, including stores in Christiansburg, Radford, Martinsville, Collinsville and Rainelle West Virginia.
Now the company's remaining money will be devoted to its RoomStores, located mostly in bigger markets.
Heilig Meyers hopes selling off some of its inventory will help to pay off some debt.
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There is no word yet on exactly when the stores will close down. 37-hundred jobs in 29 states will be lost as a result of the cutbacks.
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Keith.

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Many of the Heilig Meyers workers in Virginia should have little trouble finding new jobs.
The state's February jobless rate was released today. It was 2-point-4 per cent .. the lowest for any February in the 51 years such records have been kept.


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Republicans are playing defense in Richmond.
Not that their redistricting plan is in any real danger of defeat or even amendment.
But because it's headed to court almost as soon as the House and Senate sign off on it next week.
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Ellen Qualls is at the State Capitol.
What's gone on today?
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What's going on is tedious from a process standpoint: Democrats went through district by district to try to assign political motives to the Republicans who drew the plan.
But the personal nature of drawing lines that end or short circuit political careers makes moments of this debate anything but tedious.
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In the Senate, a charge that five of the eight women were the victim of lines drawn for the purpose of:
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((SEN. LESLIE BYRNE/D-FALLS CHURCH: GENDER GERRYMANDERING. AND IF THOSE WORDS GIVE ANY OFFENSE, AND IF YOU TRULY BELIEVE THIS WAS RANDOM SELECTION, AND BY THE WAY I THINK YOU OUGHT TO GO OUT AND BUY A LOTTERY TICKET IF YOU ... RANDOM SELECTION.))
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((SEN. BILL MIMS/R-LOUDOUN CO.: THEY MAY LIKE SOME OF THOSE. THEY MAY NOT LIKE SOME OF THOSE. BUT I CAN ASSURE YOU, IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH GENDER.))
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In the House, the Republican who is the plan's mastermind admitted repeatedly that he drew and redrew the lines to lump Dick Cranwell and Chip Woodrum together, purely for political payback.
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((DEL CHRIS JONES/R-SUFFOLK: I HAD NO CLUE WHERE MR. CRANWELL LIVED. I'VE NEVER BEEN TO HIS HOUSE. I WAS WORKING UNDER THE ASSUMPTION THAT HE LIVED IN ONE OF THE TWO VINTON PRECINCTS. UNTIL MR. WOODRUM ANNOUNCED TO THE WORLD THAT WE'D MISSED HIM...AND WE FIXED THE MISTAKE.))
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((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/R-SALEM: THIS IS A PROPER THING TO DO TO ENCOURAGE THE GENTLEMAN FROM ROANOKE CITY, MR. THOMAS TO CONTINUE TO RUN FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES AND EXERCISE HIS GREAT INFLUENCE.))
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((CRANWELL: BUT I WILL TELL YOU, THERE'S ONE SURE WAY THAT YOU CAN GET RID OF ME. YOU PUT ME IN A DISTRICT WITH VIC THOMAS AND I WILL BEG HIM TO RUN. AND IF HE RUNS, YOU WON'T SEE ME BACK DOWN HERE. BUT DON'T YOU STAIN MY FRIEND BY SUGGESTING AND WRAPPING YOURSELF IN HIM, BECAUSE YOU'RE NOT WORTHY OF DOING THAT WITH VIC THOMAS. woooooo. gavel bang.))

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That's a rare display.
House rules actually prohibit words that are calculated to wound, offend, or insult another.
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((DEL. BOBBY ORROCK/R-SPOTSYLVANIA: THANK GOODNESS WE ONLY DO IT EVERY TEN YEARS. IT'S ALMOST LIKE HITTING YOURSELF IN THE HEAD WITH A HAMMER. IT WILL FEEL SO GOOD WHEN WE STOP.))
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((DEL. CHRIS JONES/R-SUFFOLK: AND THAT'S WHY I LOOK LIKE I'VE BEEN RUN OVER BY A TRUCK, AND I HAVE NOT BEEN HOME TO SEE MY FAMILY IN ABOUT A MONTH. OKAY? MAYBE THAT'LL ANSWER YOUR QUESTION.))
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Just in the last few minutes, Roanoke City Democrat Chip Woodrum made a plea to be redrawn into Vic Thomas's district, where if Thomas wants to run again, Woodrum says he'd step out of the way.
Woodrum says the seniority is all southwest Virginia has left in a state with population shifting north.
His request was defeated 47 to 55.
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The second suspect in a cab driver shooting is in custody. He turned himself in last night.
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Shawn Conace Vaughn surrendered to the Roanoke Police Department after he heard local media reports that there were warrants out for his arrest.
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Vaughn and another man allegedly shot and robbed a cab driver early Sunday morning.
Vaughn's alleged accomplice was arrested Monday.
The cab driver is in fair condition at Duke University Medical Center.
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An accidental shooting in Pittsylvania County has left a 12 year old boy in critical condition.
The Sheriff's department says an adult and three juveniles were shooting skeet along Ferry Road .. when a 10 year old boy shot his companion in the head with a 20- guage shotgun.
The 12 year old victim is under-going treatment at Duke University Medical Center.

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Virginia Tech students demonstrated at the Office of the President today, in an effort they say to get race relations taken seriously at the University.
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Tech student Nicholas Jordan says the school has not done enough since a disagreement between two professors last month.
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SOME believe that argument over classroom space in Pamplin Hall between a black and white professor was race related.
Now a number of students are asking for a verbal apology, reimbursement for the class and required race relation instruction for faculty and police.
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((NICHOLAS JORDAN/TECH STUDENT; ALL 150 OF US MARCHED UPSTAIRS THROUGH THE DOORS AND INTO THE OFFICE AND WE PILED IN PACKED IN THE OFFICE AND WE WAITED AND WAITED.))
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The students say they will protest again on Monday unless their demands are met.
A Tech spokesman says the University has heard their requests and will continue to talk with them.
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Dave Matthews cancels a concert. Still ahead, why one of the biggest touring bands in America has to drop a date in Charlottesville.
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And the burning budget battle in Richmond .. one city waits to see whether more money is on the way for fire protection.
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Fire officials in some communities are sounding the alarm.
They want to hire more paid firefighters, because it's so hard to find and keep volunteers.
Some cities, like Martinsville, are considering raising fees to pay for more firefighters, but as Justin McLeod reports, they're also waiting to see what happens in Richmond.
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((NAT SOUND OF FIRE ENGINE LEAVING WITH SIRENS ON))
When firefighters here in Martinsville answer a call, they battle a major problem.... manpower.
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((CLARENCE MONDAY/ASST. FIRE CHIEF: WE'RE A SMALL DEPARTMENT. WE ONLY HAVE 28 FIREFIGHTERS. WE HAVE EIGHT PER SHIFT AND SIXTY FIVE PERCENT OF THE TIME WE ONLY HAVE SIX FIREFIGHTERS WORKING.))
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So the Fire Department wants to hire 3 additional firefighters, one for every shift.
That would guarantee seven men to a shift .. a move that would provide more support while meeting governmental regulations.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: OSHA HAS A RULE. ITS CALLED TWO MEN IN, TWO MEN OUT. WHILE TWO ARE INSIDE THE FIGHTING THE FIRE, TWO ARE ON THE OUTSIDE, SUITED UP AND READY TO GO IN AT A MOMENTS NOTICE. THAT LEAVES FEWER GUYS ON THE SCENE TO DO OTHER IMPORTANT TASKS.))
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((NAT SOUND OF FIRE SCENE)) The Fire Department relies on volunteers to provide the extra assistance.
But fire officials say their attendance at fires is sporadic since volunteers have other jobs.
And the number of volunteers is declining.
City leaders are aware of the problem....but they have a problem of their own, uncertainty about state funding.
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((EARL REYNOLDS/CITY MANAGER: WHEN THOSE REVENUES, THOSE HISTORICAL REVENUES BEGIN TO GO DOWN AND NEW REVENUES FROM THE COMMONWEALTH CANNOT BE PUT IN PLACE THEN WE ARE IN A CATCH 22.))
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Reynolds says one option is to raise fees to pay for new firefighters .. but a final decision on what to do, and whether anyone will pay more, awaits budget decisions in Richmond.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Martinsville.

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The V-A hospital in Salem has a brand new laundry facility.
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The new laundry can now wash, dry, and fold two-million pounds of scrubs and sheets a year. Hospital officials say the new facility is almost fully automated, and will help cut down on electricity and water bills.
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One-point-six million dollars needed to refurbish the laundry was funded by Duke Energy, which the V-A says it will pay back with savings from utilities.
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Tech stocks led the way on Wall Street. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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Blue chips fell... the Dow falling 83 points. But NASDAQ ended the day with a 50-point gain.
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Dave Mathews managed to sell out one stadium concert in his hometown but not two.
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But folks who bought tickets to the show a week from SUNDAY in Charlottesville are going to be dissapointed.
The April 22nd concert has been cancelled, because of poor ticket sales.
Ticketholders can get a refund from the same place they purchased the tickets.
The sold-out April 21-st show will go on as scheduled.
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And speaking of music, the newest saxophone player in Cave Spring Junior High's beginning band wears a badge and a gun.
Marya Jones shows us how a Roanoke County police officer is making beautiful music with a group of sixth grade students.
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It's Mrs. Wise's 6th period beginning band class and her sixth grade students are struggling their way through their 10th rendition of "The Blues Go A Rockin'."
Their 37-year-old school resource officer Mark Jervis is on the tenor sax, struggling right along with them.
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((MARK JERVIS/ROANOKE CO. POLICE: IT'S BEEN QUITE AN ADVENTURE LEARNING HOW TO TACKLE THAT INSTRUMENT, BUT IT'S A LOT OF FUN AND I THINK THE KIDS ENJOY SEEING ME STRUGGLE. AND WHAT THEY'RE GOING THROUGH, I'M GOING THROUGH, TOO.))
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Jervis has been a county officer for 10 years.
Last year, he started working as Cave Spring Junior High's resource officer.
The former trumpet and french horn player decided that taking up a new instrument in band would help the students learn to approach him.
So far, it's helped them get on the same page.
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((NATS MARK TALKING TO KIDS: I COME IN HERE? IS THAT RIGHT?))
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((MARY LOUISE WOODY/6TH GRADER: IT MAKES YOU FEEL, LIKE, SAFE, IF ANYBODY BROKE IN AND TRIED TO HURT US, HE'D PROTECT US. AND HE'S A GOOD TENOR SAX PLAYER, SO HE HELPS THE BAND.))
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((JESSICA BOATWRIGHT/6TH GRADER: IT'S KIND OF WEIRD HAVING A GROWN UP NEXT TO YOU WHEN YOU'RE ONLY IN 6TH GRADE, BUT IT'S KIND OF NICE KNOWING YOU KNOW A COP BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE MIGHT.))
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Band teacher (Dan-EEL) Danielle Wise also gives him high marks...
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((DANIELLE WISE/BAND TEACHER: HE'S DOING HIS JOB RIGHT NOW AS A RESOURCE OFFICER. BETTER THAN I THINK HE WOULD BE AS A PROFESSIONAL MUSICIAN.))
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((MARK JERVIS: NEXT YEAR, DEPENDING ON HOW GOOD I GET WITH THE SAX, I MIGHT PICK UP ANOTHER INSTRUMENT.))
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Jervis says as long as he plays with the students, he can help them them keep the peace... and maybe the harmony, too.
Marya Jones, News-7, Roanoke County.))

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Coming your way tonight on the Big 7 , we'll meet one of the up and coming stars on the Virginia Tech football team. Frank Anzalone is back coaching hockey.
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and why is Express defenseman Calvin Elfring trying to beat up our Steve Mason? We will tell you in Round House wrap up.
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The Virginia Tech football team is now in its next to last week of spring practice. The Spring game is set for Saturday April 21st and one of the newcomers who has made a name for
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himself this April is wide receiver Richard Johnson. The redshirt freshman from Baltimore redshirted last season after a stellar prep career in which he was named the number one player in Maryland and one of the top four high school receivers in the nation.
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((RICHARD JOHNSON:))
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Johnson's humbleness will serve him well in life, but it will be a stunner if he doesn't showcase his receiving skills this fall. And he believes his redshirt year on the scout team prepared him well for this spring.
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[VO NAT CON'T] The Tech defenders got an eyeful of Johnson last season when his job was to imitate the opposition's best receiver on the scout team. They say he has the ability to be the next Peter Warrick.
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The Express plays Toledo tomorrow night in game three of the ECHL playoff series that is tied one all.
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The players are anxious. Steve Mason has more in Round House wrap up.
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((While John Dusbobik's skate broke during practice, there's nothing his team has to fix. By stealing a win in Toledo, Roanoke now has the edge, but knows the Storm will bring it's best Thursday night to the Round House. ((:)) Calvin Elfring had to release some of his pinned up aggression for game three by starting a wrestling match with yours truly. The match was a draw. Speaking of fights and physical play, the Storm always brings out the best in the Express.
((:)) ((:)) ((:)) ((:)) That wasn't to end of it. Some one caught the encounter on film, gave a copy to the officer, who in turn got Florio a duplicate. ((:)) Daniel Bertiaume is scheduled to start in goal for the Express. Almost a thousand tickets have been sold for Thursday night's game. Steve Mason News 7 sports.))

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Life has come full circle for former Express coach Frank Anzalone. It was announced today that he will return to college coaching at Lake Superior State, where he won a national championship back in 1988.
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Anzalone spent the last 11 years coaching in the professional ranks. He coached the Express for five seasons and led the team to the playoffs every year. He then left Roanoke after the 1998 season for the AHL Lowell Lochmonsters. After one season there, He went back to the ECHL to coach the Pee Dee Pride. Anzalone also led Lake Superior to the NCAA tournaments four out of five seasons.
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[SUPER=335-A hurricane is classified/MAJOR when it reaches/category://B. Three/Sustained winds of 113-130mph]
[SUPER=X5003; Dissolves in answer]

[SUPER=#555; Clears FX][Close]



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