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Coming up .. A subcontractor dies while working on the NEW Parry McCluer High School.
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AND .. An 18-month-old Texas baby is in critical condition after being SEVERELY beaten by both his mother AND her boyfriend.

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Bloody, beaten and unconscious. That's how police are describing the way they found an 18-month-old boy who is now in critical condition.
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The child was apparently beaten by both his mother -20-year-old Yesenia Hernandez, as well as her boyfriend, 30-year-old Jose Guadalupe Aguilera. Child Protective Services said the boy had broken legs, bruises on his face and burns on his back. He also suffered SEVERE sexual abuse. Both Hernandez and Aguilera are in custody - being held on 100-THOUSAND dollars bail. The boy and his five-year-old sister are in CPS custody. CPS attempted to have Hernandez's parental right severed two years ago, but the jury in the case decided the children should be returned home.
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An electrical subcontractor died while working at the NEW Parry McCluer High School in Buena Vista. The man fell approximately 60 feet.
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Police say 41- year old John Bradshaw of Ridgeway was working on lights at the sports complex when he collapsed in a cherry picker Friday night. Buena Vista police believe he may have been electrocuted because an emergency worker who approached the light pole was also shocked but NOT seriously hurt.
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While authorities were waiting for equipment to reach Bradshaw--- they say he began moving inside the cherry picker.

Police say emergency crews urged Bradshaw to remain still-- but he continued to stir, fell some 60- feet and died.

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Hokie fans have a new way to get to the game - and so far it looks like smooth sailing.
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Construction on Interstate-81 includes a new exit ramp for Virginia Tech.
All game traffic must exit at 118 and then use 118 B to get to the 460 bypass.
Yesterday was the first time many fans saw the new traffic pattern firsthand.
Many say it works.
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((TIM TEEGARDEN/MOTORIST: IT SEEM LIKE IT WAS A WHOLE LOST EASIER WITH THE NEW EXIT. WE CAME RIGHT IN WITH NO PROBLEM.)) ((AMY KEYES/MOTORIST: IT WAS NOT A LOT OF STOP AND GO EVEN WHEN WE GOT INTO TECH, IT WAS PRETTY FREE FLOWING.))
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Parking did cause some confusion because the University has new entrances to the parking lots.
There is also now only one main public parking lot which has just 18-hundred spots.
Tech officials say they are pleased with the new plan but intend to make a few changes as the season progresses.
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Roanoke City police are cracking down on speedy drivers.
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Officials say speeding has been a problem in a number of areas in the city. So each week-- the department has been releasing several locations where officers will be enforcing radar.
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((WE DO THAT FOR TWO DIFFERENT REASONS....DRIVE A LITTLE SAFER.))
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[VO] Starting today-- police will be assigned to Forest Hill Avenue North East. The 21- hundred block of Carroll Avenue. They'll also be looking for violators on Kenwood Boulevard and Greenbrier Avenue South East... as well as Bruceton Avenue Southwest.
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Unsportsman like Parents - It's a problem in many little league sports
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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
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We'll take a look at why some coaches are throwing parents out of the game.
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It was a year and a half in the making - and News-7 was there for as the construction for the First Union Tower began a decade ago. As the tower - originally belonging to Dominion Bank - was going up, News 7 photographer Dennis Brown was setting down a visual record of its construction. In this week's Virginia Newsreel, we are looking back at a portrait of the Tower through the eyes of a video artist.
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Being in the right place at the right time can make or break your small business... especially if that place is a magazine, newspaper, or broadcast commercial.
Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce is finding ways to maximize exposure for area small businesses.

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Beth Doughty from the Roanoke Chamber is here to tell us about business spotlight 2002.

Beth, what is business spotlight 2002?
Why is name recognition important for a small business?
Should a small business spare no expense on advertising?
Is one advertising outlet better for a small business to advertise on that another... say tv or radio as opposed to newspaper or magazine?
Where can I go to get more information on Business Spotlight 2002?
What's the cost?
Beth Doughty. Thanks.
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For the children of the millennium, pressure comes at home, at school, and now, on the field.
Just ask Baby Bomber pitcher Danny Almonte who's parents lied about his age, just so he could play.
As Lee Cowan reports, pressure to WIN is doing more harm than good.
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In sandlots and grassy fields, in arenas and on courts --

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"This isn't handball for God sakes! It's paddle ball!"

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Adult pressure from the sidelines -- is sidelining fun.

From a brawl at a little league hockey game that left one man dead -- to a high school basketball coach accused of telling players to throw punches as well as the ball -- Danny Almonte is only the most recent case of adults pushing kids too hard.

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"Lee: At what point did Little League end up with Big league pressures?"

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Sports psychologists like Rick Wolff say up to 70 percent of the 20 million kids who play little league sports -- will quit by age 13 -- mostly because of the pressure to win at all costs.

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"Little League sports, whether is baseball, basketball soccer, football, these days it's very much involved with a lot of parents living vicariously through their own kids.(edit cover with little league football or basketball 01:06:48)"When parents tell their sons and daughters to go out and have fun, what they're really saying is go out and be a star.

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Players like Jacob Reznick see it all the time.

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"Sometimes the mother will be crying if their son got out. And I really think that's strange, I mean, it's one out in baseball and it happens!"

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"...bamm!....

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So some coaches are trying a different approach.

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"...run it out, run run run run!..."

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Randal Harris runs an after school baseball camp -- where no parents are allowed.

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"What makes this different is that the parents are not there it is all professional teaching the kids, because the dynamic is different." (edit cover with kids playing 02:25:52) We all need to make mistakes and I think that's the most important thing, to ya know, keep it on a positive aspect, that's the way to learn."

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And the kids seem to know the difference.

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"No one comes out here because their parents make 'em. It's because they wanna."

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THIS youth league in Manhattan has made learning sideline etiquette as crucial as knowing when to strike the ball.

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"If you are out of line, the whole family is asked to leave, player included."

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The result:

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"Our nightmare incidents are far and few between."

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"Next year, Little League Baseball will institute their own code of conduct for parents -- the first national effort of its kind. Rules that used to govern how to PLAY the game - are now being amended to include how to WATCH it too. Lee Cowan CBS News, New York." ))

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The Power of Spirituality... studies show people who are active in their faith are healthier... and patients who are prayed for are more likely to recover from serious illness.
Phil Rainier spends some time with a man who's a true believer.
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(( "You see a spectrum of patients" YOU COULD SAY MICHAEL ELMORE WALKS THE WALK WHEN IT COMES TO THE ROLE SPIRITUALITY PLAYS IN HEALING. HE'S A HOSPITAL CHAPLAIN. "We try to look at healing in a wholistic way...it's not just the body. It's all interconnected." MICHAEL ELMORE DOESN'T NEED TO GROUNDBREAKING NEW STUDIES TO BELIEVE JUST HOW POWERFUL PRAYER CAN BE IN HEALING. HE SAYS HE'S SEEN IT IN ACTION. "We had a patient here...she'd been in a coma and things didn't look good. Everybody prayed for her and she got better. I'm convinced prayer had a major part in her recovery." NOT EVERYONE WANTS TO PRAY, ELMORE SAYS SOMETIMES JUST BEING THERE FOR SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT CAN BE STRONG MEDICINE. HE SAYS ANY TIME HE SPENDS WITH PATIENTS IS SPECIAL. :"it's a gift to be able to share that time with them"))
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That was Phil Rainier reporting.


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High winds continue to fan one of the largest fires in the west near the Wyoming-Montana border. The fire has grown from 19-thousand acres on Friday to 46-thousand acres yesterday - with no signs of stopping. THIRTY-mile per hour winds whipped through the Montana wilderness as more than 900 firefighters battled the blaze. The fire has expanded on ALL sides. It is possibly threatening homes and cabins along Lake McDonald, about 10 miles from the fires north end. Some 200 hundred residents have been put on standby in case evacuations are ordered.

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Coming up .. Some viewers will have a new number on their hands as Virginia gets its SEVENTH new area code.
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And .. Weekend travelers beware .. gas prices are on the rise.
We will have more on those stories coming up in just a few minutes.
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An 18-month old Texas boy was found bloody, beaten and unconscious by Irving Police.
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The child was apparently beaten by both his mother -20-year-old Yesenia Hernandez, as well as her boyfriend, 30-year-old Jose Guadalupe Aguilera. Child Protective Services said the boy had broken legs, bruises on his face and burns on his back. He also suffered SEVERE sexual abuse. Both Hernandez and Aguilera are in custody - being held on 100-THOUSAND dollars bail. The boy and his five-year-old sister are in CPS custody. CPS attempted to have Hernandez's parental right severed two years ago, but the jury in the case decided the children should be returned home.
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It's official. Virginia now has it's fifth new area code in six years. That makes a total of seven codes in the Old Dominion. The 276 area code - which is carved out of the existing 540 area will serve the counties of
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[TAKE FS] Bland - Buchanan - Carroll - Dickenson - Grayson - Henry - Lee - Patrick - Russell - Scott - Smyth - Tazewell - Washington - Wise and Wythe.
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It looks like the only way to avoid high gas prices this holiday weekend is to stay home.
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According to the American Petroleum Institute, the national average for a gallon of regular is a dollar 48. That's a jump of 11 cents since early August.
Industry experts say the high demand at the end of summer driving season is to blame.
Analysts expect the high gas prices to remain all that way through the Thanksgiving Holidays.
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A new medical school in Blacksburg could be good for health.... of the community's economy that is.
Take a peek at that story and other business headlines in this week's business review..
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(( This week in Review, Westvaco and Ohio-based Meade corporation announced a merger.
The paper giant says cutbacks are eminent, mainly in the support and purchasing departments -- but not manufacturing.
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((TOM JEWELL/WESTVACO SPOKESMAN; WE'VE SPENT CLOSE TO A BILLION DOLLARS IN THE LAST 15 YEARS IN MODERNIZING THIS MILL. WE'RE TECHNOLOGICALLY SOPHISTICATED AND WE HAVE ADVANCED SYSTEMS HERE.)) ((STEVE BRYANT; 25 YEARS WITH WESTVACO; IN TODAY'S MARKET, YOU HAVE TO GROW AND GET STRONGER OR BE CONSUMED BY SOMEONE ELSE. SO I THINK IT'S A GOOD THING FOR THE COMPANY.))
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An office trailer at Fleetwood homes on 460 caught fire while several employees were still inside.
No one was injured ... and no one is complaining.
In fact, employees have turned their focus away from the fire and toward rebuilding.
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((JASON WOOLDRIGE: OUR MAIN GOAL IS TO TAKE CARE OF THE CUSTOMERS WE'VE GOT. OF COURSE LIKE ANY BUSINESS, WE WANT ALL THE NEW BUSINESS WE CAN GET. OUR MAIN FOCUS IN THE PEOPLE WE HAVE ESTABLISHED CONTRACTS WITH TO SEE THAT THEY GET IN THEIR HOMES.))
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Blacksburg will be welcoming a new medical school come 2003.
A school of Osteopathic Medicine will be built in Virginia Tech's Corporate Research Center.
There's no official affiliation yet, but negotiations are in the works.
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There's already an Osteopathy school just 90 minutes outside of Roanoke in Lewisburg, West Virginia.
The school generates $25 million in revenues for the small community each year.
A school like that could be a shot in the arm for Blacksburg. [PRE PRO]
Finally, a rough week on Wall Street caused the Dow to finish under ten thousand at 9950 for the week.
And the NASDAQ closed up 13 and three quarters at 18-05.
For News 7, I'm Jennifer Miele and that is this week's business review. ))

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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Want to know the key behind lots of school spirit?
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning -
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We'll tell you where some students get a 'boost' for school pride. But first if you are traveling today........ [Jacey ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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Students at one Henry County school are getting a major boost, thanks to the Booster club.
The group helps buy equipment and helps fund other needs at the school.
In this weeks Virginia Profile, Justin McLeod introduces us to some parents who are a real class act.

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There is something to cheer about here at Laurel Park High School in Henry County. ((NAT SOUND OF DRUM; 2:25:39))
The booster club drums up support like no other.
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((FRANCES KISSEE/PARENT: BECAUSE WE'RE BEHIND OUR KIDS 110-PERCENT, SO WE SUPPORT THEM TO THE FULLEST))
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((NAT SOUND OF CONCESSION STAND "HOW'S YOUR HOT DOGS SUSAN?; 2:08:08))
The booster club is made up of volunteers who run the concession stand at the home football games.
Many are parents who's kids attend the school.
They are definetely devoted, often arriving early and leaving late.
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((SUSAN FRANKLIN/PARENT: I WAS DOWN HERE LAST NIGHT UNTIL 11 O'CLOCK WORKING ON THE OTHER CONCESSION STAND. THIS IS THE FOURTH NIGHT THIS WEEK THAT I'VE BEEN DOWN HERE.)) [Runs 05]
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The booster club started several years ago to help fund scholarships for seniors.
Today, the club awards eight scholarships each year.
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((LOIS FULTON/PARENT: SCHOOL IS EXPENSIVE AND WHEN YOU HAVE A LOT OF CHILDREN IN SCHOOL AND ITS JUST ONE PARENT WORKING OR WHATEVER AND YOU HAVE A BOOSTER CLUB THAT REALLY HELP OUT, IT REALLY HELPS OUT.))
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE BOOSTER CLUB WILL RAISE SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS IN A TYPICAL NIGHT, AND NEARLY FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS IN A YEAR. THAT MONEY IS PUT TO GOOD USE RIGHT WAY. ONE OF THE RECENT PROJECTS THEY FINANCIED WAS THIS BRAND NEW RUBBER TRACK.))
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((NAT SOUND OF FOOTBALL TEAM; 2:14:41))
The club also helped buy new uniforms for all the sporting teams.
This year, They paid for a new concession stand on the visitor's side.
Its support students sometimes take for granted.
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((ARDAITH WINSLOW/STUDENT: I THINK WE KINDA TAKE FOR GRANTED FOR THEM. A LOT OF THE COACHES I THINK SOMETIMES TAKE GRANTED OF THEM. I THANK MY MOTHER A LOT. I THINK MOST OF US WHO'S PARENTS ARE INVOLVED WE THANK THEM A LOT BECAUSE SOME OF THE STUFF THAT WE DO IS SO EXPENSIVE THAT WITHOUT THEM IT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE.))
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((NAT SOUND OF BAND PLAYING JAMES BOND; 2:25:2))
You don't need a secret agent like James Bond to solve the mystery as to why Laurel Park high school is so successful.
You can see for yourself, just be sure to bring your wallet (2:12:04) and your appetite. (SHOTS OF WOMAN SERVING FOOD)
Justin McLeod, News 7, Henry County.))


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Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest is getting into the swing of things next weekend. It is hosting a jazz concert on the grounds . And here with us today is Karin Sherbin to talk about this weekends happenings.
[SUPER=01-Karin Sherbin]

Thanks for joining us this morning! Now - what exactly is going on this weekend?
There are some pretty big names in the Jazz world performing - tell us about them.
How did this get arranged?
Is there a high demand for Jazz in southwest and central Virginia?
How much does it cost to attend?
Are reservations needed?
Thanks so much for joining us today. [WEBWATCH] And if you would like more information on Jefferson's Poplar Forest, just go to our website at wdbj7.com and click on the time off Icon.

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Emotions are riding high on the big screen this summer. Here's Roger Ebert with a look at this weeks picks.
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You can see Roger Ebert's and Richard Roeper's reviews today at Eleven here on Your Hometown Station.
[Jen will now do sports from desk!!]