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Coming up .... An employee of the Lynchburg Hillcats is found dead. Police are treating it as a homicide.
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AND ... The shuttle Endeavor heads home today - clearing the way for docking of the aircraft carrying the first paying TOURIST to enter the final frontier. More just ahead.
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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=rle]
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Authorities in Lynchburg are investigating an apparent murder. Police say a family member of Karen East found the woman dead in her Campbell Avenue home yesterday.
Her husband, John Wesley East, has been taken into custody for allegedly VIOLATING A PROTECTIVE ORDER. The Lynchburg Hillcats held a moment of silence for Karen East before last night's game. She served as a secretary to the team's General Manager. An autopsy will be performed at the forensic state lab.


[Space]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=Net]
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NASA is planning for the Space Shuttle Endeavor to head home today.
Officials are anxious to get Endeavor on its way because the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, carrying California millionaire Dennis Tito, is due to arrive at the space station Monday.
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Engineers repaired computer troubles at the international space station that needed to be fixed before Endeavor can take off.
Yesterday, engineers also fixed the computer problem that had kept astronauts from putting the newly installed robot arm to use on the space station.
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[WRITER=tha]
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State Republicans have given Lieutenant Governor John Hager an option - BESIDES running against Mark Earley for the Governor's spot. Yesterday Republicans cleared the way for the Lieutenant Governor to seek RE-election.
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The party set a new May 10th deadline for candidates to file for statewide office after learning previous February deadline had NOT been properly advertised. Hager.... who is trailing Earley in the race for the Republican nomination for governor... says he is keeping his options open.
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There's always a lot of laughing at the Annual Correspondents Association dinner in Washington, DCTERMS.
President George W. Bush spoke and says he's still asked if he holds any animosity towards brother Jeb for the way the Florida Governor handled the elections.
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Comments from the President were just part of the entertainment.
Later on News 7 Sunday Morning we'll show you a video CBS produced.
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A spoof on the hit TV show "Survivor."

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The Civil War may be over but one group continues to do battle.
The "League of the South" had its state meeting in Salem yesterday.
Kate Weidaw went there to find out more.
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[SUPER=01-Steve Flora/Virginia Chairman;:13]
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((It's been more than 136 years since the Civil War ended but to Steve Flora that doesn't mean the principles behind the Confederates' battle are over.

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((STEVE FLORA/VA CHAIRMAN LEAGUE OF THE SOUTH: FOR THE NORTH TO INVADE THE SOUTH AND SAY YOU CAN'T LEAVE AND TO WIN THAT ONE BY FORCE WE FEEL LIKE THERE IS AN OPEN WOUND.))
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That open wound gave Michael Hill the idea of forming the League of the South seven years ago. Hill says there is still a need to fight for the idea of limited self government.

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((MICHAEL HILL: WE BELIEVE TODAY THE FOUNDING PRINCIPLES HAVE BEEN DISCARDED IN FAVOR OF PRINCIPLES THAT FAVOR A CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT THAT BASICALLY INTRUDES INTO EVERYBODY'S LIVES IN WAYS OUR ANCESTORS WOULD HAVE NEVER IMAGINED.))
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So the group hopes to educate the nation on what they call the other side of the war, the side history books don't write about.

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((STEVE FLORA: WE FEEL LIKE THERE IS A BIAS FROM 1865 AND THE VICTORS GENERALLY WRITE THE HISTORY BOOKS AND WE DIDN'T WIN THAT ONE SO WE'RE NOT WRITING THE HISTORY BOOKS.))
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But the group's ideals are criticized by the NAACP, saying slavery was part of the Confederate principles and those ideals should remain part of history. Steve Flora says the organization agrees.

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((STEVE FLORA: WE BELIEVE THE WAR WAS NOT FOUGHT OVER SLAVERY IT WAS FOUGHT OVER STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND STATES RIGHTS BEING ABLE TO SUCCEED FROM THE UNION.))
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And while the battles on the field are over the League of the South hopes to continue the skirmish in the classroom. As for the future, the organization would like to see the South become a free and independent nation once again, so it can return to its Christian roots. Kate Weidaw News 7 Salem.))







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[ANCHOR=Jacey]
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
We're going to the zoo in today's Time Off. That's a little later on News 7 Sunday Morning.
[ANCHOR=Denise]

Also in our second half hour...
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[vo-nat] an Oregon couple's left looking at pictures of their baby girl... because they say an airline's price hike forced them to leave her behind... in the Philippines. We'll explain.
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Virginia Military Institute's been producing citizen soldiers since 1839. But for the first time next month - the school is graduating FEMALE citizen soldiers who have completed all four years of education at the historic school. In this week's Virginia Newsreel - we look back at the year V-M-I's Lexington neighbor graduated its first class of women to complete all four years at Washington and Lee. It coincided with the dawning of the legal war to admit women to V-M-I. Here's Keith Humphry.
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[SOT VMI graduation from W & L Women Reel Tape TC 5:09]
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(( NATS -- 5:09 - THE CLASS OF 1989 IS HEREBY RELIEVED OF DUTY -- CHEERS - hats go up in the air -- 5:18)) [RUNS 04]
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[grads throwing off hats] As many members of VMI's class of 1989 threw off their hats at graduation and hoped to maintain the school's all-male tradition .... [women grads hugging TC 10:27] Washington and Lee was graduating its first class ever to include women from the start.
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((10:48 -- WOMAN: ONCE WE CAME AND THEY SAW WHAT A POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION WE COULD MAKE I THINK THE RESENTMENT DISAPPEARED -- 10:54 )) [RUNS06]
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[men at W & L graduation] Many of their male counterparts DID agree... by graduation day.
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((10:53 - MAN - SINCE WE HAD THE GIRLS HERE IT WAS A LITTLE MORE EXCITING -- 10:55)) [RUNS03]
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((11:05 -- MAN - SOME PEOPLE GO HERE TO AN ALL BOYS' SCHOOL GO TO AN ALL BOYS PREP SCHOOL GET OUT IN THE REAL WORLD AND HAVE A WOMAN BOSS - 11:10 -- MAYBE THAT'S A LITTLE HARD TO HANDLE IT'S JUST OPENED UP A LOT OF PEOPLE'S ATTITUDES HERE -- 11:14))
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((7:15 - WOODLAND -- WHEN I CAME HERE I WENT UNDER THE ASSUMPTION IT WAS GOING TO BE CO-ED I WOULD NOT HAVE LOOKED AT IT HERE IF IT WAS AN ALL GUYS' SCHOOL -- 7:22 )) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=AN ALL-GUYS' SCHOOL.]

[students on W & L campus] The demographics weren't the only numbers to change after women came to W & L. As the applicant pool increased - the school's academic reputation improved. The admission of women boosted the school's average S-A-T score more than 100 points - and its student retention rate rose 12-percent.
As for VMI, though:
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((11:38 - WOMAN - I GUESS THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT GOOD WE CAN DO -- 11:40)) [RUNS02]
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[students on W & L graduation] There were those at W & L who still felt - after four years of co-education - that the admission of women was NOT for the better.
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((11:22 -- MAN - IT'S CHANGED WHAT WandL WAS MADE AND THE VALUES IT WAS FOUNDED FOR BUT I DON'T THINK ROBERT E LEE WOULD HAVE LIKED IT -- 11:32)) [RUNS10]
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[W & L honorary degree recipient around TC 11:50] Even some of those who were pleased to see coeducation at W & L did NOT think women should join the ranks at VMI.

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((11:50 -- HONORARY DEGREE RECIPIENT HUNTER MCCLUNG: I THINK IT WOULD CHANGE VMI DRASTICALLY AND WOULD NOT BE GOOD FOR VMI AND I DON'T THINK IT'D BE GOOD FOR THE GIRL -- 11:55 )) [RUNS05]
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[BACK TO VMI graduation shots -- TC 3:30] VMI's class of 1989 heard similar sentiments from their graduation speaker, syndicated columnist James Kilpatrick:
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((4:32 -- I'M ALL IN FAVOR OF WOMEN'S EQUALITY IN ALL KINDS OF AREAS OF OUR SOCIETY, EQUAL PAY AND EVERYTHING ELSE BUT HERE I THINK YOU HAVE SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL AT VMI AND I THINK IT OUGHT TO BE PRESERVED -- 4:42))
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[OUT Q=OUGHT TO BE PRESERVED.]

[VMI cadets/cover shots]
But those in favor of keeping women out of VMI - were beginning to see that a legal battle was inevitable. [Governor Baliles VO TC 8:44] Governor Gerald Baliles led the charge to admit women to [VMI cover shots] the nation's oldest state supported military school. [best pics women on VMI rat line TAPE 97-61 8/20/97 and 8/21/97] Eight years of legal warfare later... women joined VMI's rat line for the first time. On May 19-th - [walk shot of women cadets from 01-04 around TC 1:44:23] thirteen of them will be the first female cadets ever to enter the "real world" with four years of V-M-I's citizen-soldier training behind them.))
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[WRITER=dal]
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In sports, Phil Morris finished in the top spot in both Late Model Stock races at the New River Valley Speedway.
Bo Howell took the checkered flag in the Late Model Truck race.
Here are the top 10 finishers from the South Main Auto Service Marshall Concrete 200. [WIPE TO MOTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!]
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In this week's health check, Radford University brings health care to Craig County.
A local hospital takes steps to protect its workers from contracting HIV and Hepatitis. And... A high school's closing early to test for biological contaminants.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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Jefferson Forest High School will not re-open until next fall.
That's because school officials want to continue testing the school for biological contaminants.
Already a mold known as stachybotrys --has been found in high levels in several classrooms. The testing was prompted by complaints.
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((THE MAJOR POINT OF CONCERN IS IT DOES SUPPRESS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. SO IF YOU HAVE ALLERGIES, RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS, IT CONTRIBUTES TO THAT))
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Students will finish out their school year at Forest Middle school. [tape 501-09 ] In other health news, Radford University is bringing much needed health care to Craig County two days a week.
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((IT'S KIND OF LIKE A DOCTORS OFFICE ON WHEELS. WE CAN SEE PATIENTS FOR CHRONIC OR ACUTE ILLNESSES, MINOR INJURIES, WE CAN DO EKG'S. WE CAN DO DIFFERENT LAB TESTS))
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Craig County has been without a full time doctor for more than a year now. [tape 500-21, 1:51:48] Also making medical headlines, Montgomery Regional Hospital has implemented a needle-less system to protect its workers from accidental needlesticks.
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((ANYTIME YOU HAVE A NEEDLE IN YOUR HAND THERE WAS ALWAYS A CHANCE --ESPECIALLY IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS WHEN YOU DIDN'T TAKE TIME TO TAKE THE SAFETY PRECAUTION THAT YOU SHOULD SO A LOT OF RISK))
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With the needle-less system -- the needles are either protected by a shield -- or are blunt --so that that it reduces the risk of health care worker poking him or her self.
Every year more than a thousand health care workers contract Hepatitis C or HIV from needlestick injuries.
That's this weeks health check , I'm Joy Sutton.))
[Great-Strides]
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Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disease that affects 30- THOUSAND people. Plenty of folks will have that in mind next week - as they hit the streets for something called "Great Strides".
Joining us now with details is Sarajerome Wiley Kominsky - she's on Roanoke's Great Strides committee this year.

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[super=01-Sarajerome Kominsky/Great Strides]

What exactly is "Great Strides"?
We have some footage of last year's Great Strides walk...

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How does this help in the fight against cystic fibrosis?
How many people do you expect to participate?

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Why is this issue important to you?
When and where is this year's walk?
How can you get involved if you want to participate?

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DENISE AD LIBS TOSS TO JACEY FOR SPONSORED WEATHER

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Coming up ... Three Americans return home after being lured to Kenya and held hostage.
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[anchor=Denise]
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And .. A Lynchburg woman is found dead in her home. Police are calling it a homicide.
Those stories and more just ahead.
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[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation]

A Lynchburg woman is found dead in her home... Her husband has been taken into custody for violating a protective order. A family member of Karen East apparently found her body yesterday. East served as a secretary to the General Manager of the Lynchburg Hillcats. The team held a moment of silence for East before last night's game. Police say her husband - John Wesley East - violated a protective order as a result of contact between him and his wife Friday.



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Roanoke police say a city businessman tried to hire someone to kill HIS estranged wife. 49-year-old David Neuhs was arrested Friday night at his company D-and-T Trucking. He's charged with conspiring to commit capital murder... after police say he tried to hire someone to kill Teresa Neuhs. She was NOT harmed. David Neuhs will be arraigned tomorrow.

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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=Net]
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Three Americans are back home this morning after a terrifying ordeal in Africa.
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They were allegedly lured to Kenya for a phony business deal, then held hostage.
On Monday, they were freed after the FBI arranged to pay a ransom for their release.
Two of the men landed at Lindbergh Field in San Diego Saturday. Both were donning FBI hats.
Freed hostage James Harrel says he's just happy to be back in America... and to be an American.
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[WRITER=chr]
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Could the death of a journalist - be the work of Ukraine's PRESIDENT? Tapes have emerged indicating such. 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft speaks with President Kuchma (COOCH-ma) about the controversy which has only worsened the crisis in his country.
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That story and more on 60 Minutes tonight at seven here on your Hometown Station.


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[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=Net]
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CBS gave reporters and politicians a glimpse at what a "Survivor" show from DC would look like.
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The take-off of the hit TV series 'Survivor' was part of the entertainment at the annual Correspondents Association dinner last night.
On the island that is the Capital Hill there are three tribes.
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
The Hokies take the lead in the Big East Golf tourney. Details coming up.
[ANCHOR=Jacey]


And... who wants to ride a school bus to the prom?
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Several local students... apparently. But this isn't just any school bus - it's a vintage ride with some luxuries inside. The story still ahead. But first... if you're traveling today.
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[WRITER=syo]
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Spring is the season for fresh starts -- and in this week's Time Off Shannon Young takes us to the Zoo at Natural Bridge where new born babies are the star attraction this time of year.
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[IN Q=On a typical day you'll find dozens of school kids roaming the grounds of Carl Mogensen's zoo.]
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((On a typical day you'll find dozens of school kids roaming the grounds of Carl Mogensen's zoo. Whether they're on school- related field trips or visiting for fun - chances are good they're learning about the world around them.
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((I didn't know how big giraffes were.))
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((We find we get through more to them just injecting little facts here and there than we do with prolonged demonstrations and lectures.))
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The 25-acre zoo is home to species of bear, alligator, tigers, birds and elephants, to name a few. And don't forget the monkeys.
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[IN Q=I want to take them home.]

((Brian: I want to take them home. Reporter: Why? Brian: I don't know. They have personality and they're like real people.))
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There's also an animal petting area, which Karl says is the biggest in the state.
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[IN Q=Now, you can't get up close and...]

((Now, you can't get up close and personal with all the animals, but some creatures, like this llama here, will be more than happy to befriend you.))
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[OUT Q=happy to befriend you.]
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[IN Q=Well, we have little miniature donkeys...]

((Well, we have little miniature donkeys, we have little llamas, we have little pot-bellied pigs running around. And we'll have little bear cubs, little tigers cubs they can touch, of course with staff there.))
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[OUT Q=of course, with staff there.]

And spring time brings an even bigger treat.
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[IN Q=So, the kids really enjoy...]

((So, the kids really enjoy seeing new babies. We try this time of year to have lots of baby llamas, donkey's, just everything new and fresh for them.))
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Karl's hope is that kids will come to appreciate animals apart from the way they're portrayed on TV.
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[IN Q=I think the living animal, it breathes...]

((I think, the living animal, it breathes, it moves, it walks. You don't get that on Discovery.))
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[OUT Q=You don't get that on Discovery.]
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[IN Q=On TV you don't get the idea...]

((On TV you don't get the idea of the size of a giraffe until you stand next to it. I think that's important for children.))
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Shannon Young, News 7, Natural Bridge.))
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[TAKE FS ] For more information on the Zoo at Natural Bridge, including directions - just go to our web-site at w-d-b-j-7-dot-com and click on the Time Off suitcase.
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[11MM-Zoo]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=slo]
[TAPE#=01-19 TC-23:28]
[GRAPHIC=none]


You'll find a menagerie of animals AND art at the Mill Mountain Zoo today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

The Virginia Mountain Arts and Crafts Guild has set up booths at the zoo. You can find anything from stained glass to jewelry, and even a demonstration on weaving wool.
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[SOT 2:15:25]
[IN Q=we have several]

((BECKY BEARD/SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR: WE HAVE SEVERAL ARTISTS HERE AND A PERFUMERY AND SOAP MAKER THAT'S VISITING US AND THEY HAVE AN ARRAY OF PRODUCTS THAT ARE VERY SPECIAL.))
[SUPER=01-Becky Beard/Special Events Coordinator; 03]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=that are very special.]
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[VO-NAT]

The craft fair is on today from 10 to 5.
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[6DORA]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=01-18 TC-24:38]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Smith Mountain Lake's infamous Dora estate is now up for sale.
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[VO-NAT 00-53 1:00:41]
[SUPER=03-Huddleston/February;]

In February, the U-S Marshal auctioned off more than five-hundred items inside the house. Now-- the home itself is up for sale. The two-women who built the mansion are now sitting in federal prison. They were convicted of purchasing the home with money they defrauded from two elderly sisters.
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[Plane-Baby]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=Net ]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Rules are rules according to Northwest Airlines. That's why an Oregon couple had to leave their two year old daughter in the Philippines.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Aloha, OR;]


Jennifer and Amante Gaoiran say they were told they needed to buy a full fare ticket for Jenna Rose's return flight... That's because she celebrated her second birthday during their trip- canceling out her infant fare ticket.
The girl is staying at her grandma's house in the Philippines while her parents, back in Oregon, are working to get her home.
Jenna's dad hopes to go after his daughter early next week, so far, without the help of Northwest Airlines.
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[Ebert-Picks]


[ANCHOR=Jacey]
[NEWSCAST=Sun am]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=net Siskel and Ebert]
[graphic=none]

Music is more than just light background for a film. In fact - Richard Roeper's "Weekend Pics" prove music can prove to be an essential supporting role on the Big Screen.

(/////SOT/////)
[SOT WEEKEND PICS]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Richard Roeper/Movie Critic;:00]
[RUNS=1:52]
[OUT Q=I'm Richard Roeper. -- GET OUT QUICK - FROZEN SHOT!]
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[ANCHOR=Jacey]
[SS=None]


You can see Roger Ebert's and Richard Roeper's reviews today at Eleven here on Your Hometown Station.


[Sports-Extra]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=SunAm]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=sp-82 tc 1:51:49]
[GRAPHIC=Big East]


Virginia Tech is leading after two rounds of the Big East Golf Tournament.
The Hokies have a two shot lead over St. John's.
One of the golfers helping Tech to its most successful season ever is freshman Ryan Stinnett from Amherst.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 23:48:55]
[IN Q=I was lucky]
[SUPER=01-Ryan Stinnett/Virginia Tech Freshman; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jay Hardwick/Virginia Tech Head Coach; :22]
[RUNS=27]
[OUT Q=to this lineup]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.;]


Playing college golf has been an adjustment for Stinnett.
Stinnett says he was more focused on his individual performance in high school. Now he's learning the team concept of golf.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 23:50:52]
[IN Q=It's a lot different]
[RUNS=20]
[OUT Q=every round]
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[anchor=Denise]
[ss=Big East]


The final round of the Big East Tournament begins later this morning.

[211Prom-Bus]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=01-21 TC25:07]
[GRAPHIC=none]

While most high school students just opt for the traditional limo on prom night -- a group of Roanoke Catholic students have found a more unique mode of transportation.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Seven students, along with a local church, bought and restored a 24-year-old school bus. The bus is loaded with couches, recliners, and an entertainment center. The group picked up and even surprised their dates with the bus.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=The first comment was...]
[SUPER=01-Mitchell Tyler/Student Government President]

((MITCHELL TYLER/STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT; THE FIRST COMMENT WAS "I HOPE IT'S NOT DIRTY. THEY JUST SAW THE OUTSIDE. THEN THEY SAID IT WAS AWESOME. BEFORE WE PULLED UP, ONE GIRL SAID THIS HAS BEEN THE BEST NIGHT OF MY LIFE SO FAR.))

[RUNS=12]
[OUT Q=of my life, so far.]