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Coming up-
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A scare on board on American Airlines jet... it's diverted to Dulles.
While a Warning to Americans.. another terrorist attack may be in the works.
A bad accident in this region tonight...
Plus a three year old takes on a reporter at golf and wins.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 is up next.

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((JOHN ASHCROFT/U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL: THE ADMINISTRATION HAS CONCLUDED BASED ON INFORMATION THAT THERE IS ADDITIONAL TERRORIST THREAT AGAINST THE U.S. OR U.S. INTERESTS OVER THE NEXT WEEK.))
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[OUT Q=over the next week.]
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A warning from the Attorney General- and a call for all law enforcement to be on high alert.
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[SOT 20:08:31]
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((ROBERT MUELLER/FBI DIRECTOR: WE ARE AGAIN ASKING THEM AND THROUGH LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO REMAIN EXTREMELY VIGILANT. DOING SO GIVES US FORCE MULTIPLIED THAT COULD PREVENT ANOTHER TERRORIST ATTACK.))
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[Terrorism]


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For the second time in a month- the federal government is warning Americans- be on the lookout for a possible terrorist attack.
It is the latest advisory- and officials say it's based on credible information.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean and Jennifer /Newspath;]


Jennifer Miller is following the story- and joins us live from Washington with the latest.
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((FOR THE SECOND TIME SINCE SEPTEMBER'S ATTACKS, THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SAYS IT HAS INFORMATION that ANOTHER ATTACK MAY BE IN THE WORKS .... SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS WEEK. John Ashcroft/Attorney General: The administration views this information as credible but unfortunately it does not contain specific information as to the type of attack or specific target. ONE U-S OFFICIAL SAYS THE WARNING IS PROBABLY LINKED TO OSAMA BIN LADEN.... AND THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SAYS THE LAST WARNING LIKELY PREVENTED A FOLLOW-UP INCIDENT. John Ashcroft/Attorney General: If people take these warnings seriously, they go about their lives, but they participate with patience in the additional steps that are taken by law enforcement authorities, they are very likely participating in the prevention of terrorism and in the disruption of terrorism. AS THE F-B-I INVESTIGATES A POSSIBLE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE TERROR ATTACKS AND RECENT ANTHRAX SCARES ... SUPREME COURT JUSTICES WERE FORCED TO WORK IN TEMPORARY QUARTERS -- FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY -- AFTER TRACES OF ANTHRAX WERE FOUND THE MAILROOM. Traces were also found - at the State Department - and a building that houses both the FDA and Voice of America. IN NEW JERSEY ... TWO NEW CASES. MEANWHILE, PRESIDENT BUSH ANNOUNCED THE CREATION OF A NEW TASK FORCE TO TRACK DOWN TERRORISTS. BUSH: WE BELIEVE THE COUNTRY MUST STAY ON ALERT, THAT OUR ENEMIES STILL HATE US.))
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[Dulles-Landing]


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An American Airlines jet makes an unscheduled landing at Washington's Dulles International airport tonight- after a scare on board.
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A threatening note was found on board---- and The Boeing 757 on its way from New York to Dallas... instead landed a

t Dulles.
Passengers used emergency slides to leave the aircraft.
Everyone is safe... TheFBI is investigating.
The Dulles airport is operating normally with planes landing and taking off on schedule.
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[Airline-Doors]


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With the new threats of terrorism.... many companies are unveiling new ways of beefing up airline security.
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC]


Today... B-E Aerospace unveiled a new flight deck security door system.
The door is meant to withstand automatic gunfire, attacks with an ax and ramming by a galley cart.
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((AMIN J. KHOURY/B-E AEROSPACE: OUR DOOR IS AVAILABLE NOW. IT'S GOT SOME UNIQUE FEATURES. IT'S VIRTUALLY IMPENETRABLE SO WE'RE FEELING GOOD ABOUT THIS.))
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[OUT Q=feeling good about this.]
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Khoury says the system can be installed overnight.
The federal government has ordered that all aircraft flying in the U-S be fitted with secure cockpits by April of 2003.
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[Anti-Terrorism]


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A new law to fight terrorism will NOT be used to spy on Average citizens.. That's according to Western Virginia's top federal prosecutor .
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On Friday, President Bush signed the anti-terrorism bill into law.
The new law gives authorities more leeway to conduct wiretaps and electronic surveillance,
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

but U-S Attorney John Brownlee says citizens should NOT fear they're being monitored.
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((JOHN BROWNLEE/U.S. ATTORNEY: THIS STATUTE NOW BRINGS LAW ENFORCEMENT ESSENTIALLY INTO THE 21ST CENTURY AND IT BRINGS US UP TO THE SPEED OF THE INTERNET, THE CHANGES IN OUR TELEPHONE SYSTEM AND IT WILL PROVIDE THAT BALANCE BETWEEN OUR CIVIL LIBERTIES AND OUR ABILITY TO GO AHEAD AND DO EVERYTHING WE CAN TO PROTECT THE CITIZENS.))
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[OUT Q=to protect the citizens.]
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Brownlee says wiretaps and surveillance can ONLY be authorized by a judge who finds probable cause that a crime HAS been or WILL BE committed.
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[Blacksburg-Fatal]


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An accident in Blacksburg claimed the life of a local woman.
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The victim has been identified as 65- year old Margot Wadley. Police say Wadley pulled out from Coal Bank Hollow Road into the path of a van traveling west on Route 460. Wadley was taken to Roanoke Memorial where she was pronounced dead. The accident happened around 6-45 this evening.
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[School-Shooting]


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The 18 year old who admitted to shooting five people at a school near San Diego is dead.
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[VO-NAT 19:13:57]
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A deputy found Jason Hoffman hanging from a vent in his cell.. using a torn bed sheet.
Hoffman was locked in a private cell 23 hours a day- but had been moved out of what's called a safe cell- after a doctor's evaluation.
Hoffman admitted shooting three students and two teachers at Granite High School in El Cajon.
He could have faced 24 years in prison.
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[Moment-Silence]


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Virginia schools can continue observing a daily Minute of Silence. The U-S Supreme Court ruled today.
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The court refused to hear a challege to the law requiring schoolchilden to observe a moment of silence each day.
Opponents claim the law encourages classroom prayer.
But the state claims its separation with the church is not violated and that children can stare out the window -- as long as they're quiet.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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At least four other states have laws like Virginia's: Nebraska, Nevada, Tennessee and West Virginia.

[City-Council]


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The group that hopes to save the Grandin Theater is asking the city of Roanoke for help.
Today, the non-profit Grandin Theater Foundation requested 500- thousand dollars over five years.
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[VO-NAT]
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The theater is now scheduled to close November 12th... and supporters say they need to raise one-point two million dollars to acquire the property and pay for renovations.
The foundation is requesting an initial contribution of 100-thousand dollars, and 80-thousand dollars a year for five years.
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((REV. NELSON HARRIS/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: FOR HISTORIC, CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC REASONS, I WOULD SUBMIT TO YOU THAT I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT FOR THE CITY TO CONSIDER BEING A PARTNER WITH THE GRANDIN THEATER FOUNDATION IN SAVING THE GRANDIN THEATER. NOW THAT'S THE SERMON. NOW I'M GOING TO PASS THE OFFERING PLATE. ))
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[OUT Q=pass the offering plate.]
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Mayor Ralph Smith said he wants to keep the theater open... but questions the 400-thousand dollar cost of acquiring the landmark.
Council members took no action today, but asked the city manager to develop more detailed plans so they can make a decision soon.
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[Merritt-Hutchinson]


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A Campbell County native is ready to realize her lifelong dream of providing Southern hospitality to people needing a break from their big-city lifestyle.
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The Merritt- Hutchinson resort near Lynch Station will hold an official ribbon-cutting tomorrow.
The 700- acre project includes conference facilities, luxury suites and restaurants.. all with a rural touch.
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((ANN HUTCHINSON/RESORT DEVELOPER: I THINK THERE IS ALWAYS A MARKET FOR THIS KIND OF PROPERTY, BUT OF COURSE WE ARE AFFECTED TO A DEGREE BY WHAT HAPPENS IN THE OVERALL ECONOMY. BUT THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO STILL WANT TO GET AWAY AND NEED TO GET AWAY FROM THE BIG CITIES AND JUST DO NOTHING, COME OUT AND DO NOTHING.))
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[OUT Q=come out and do nothing.]
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The project is located on land that's been in Hutchinson's family for more than 130 years.
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A mega-merger in the home satellite business.
Find out who wants to be on top when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


And environmentalists rally to stop a move they say will destroy area forest land.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office as Bobby Ross drops in on the Roanoke Valley Sports club tonight. We'll get his thoughts on the job his good friend Ralph Friedgen is doing at Maryland. Plus, the Big South hoops take over the Roanoke Civic Center, while members of the Express take over Lee Hi Lanes - like you've never seen before. Tonight on the Big 7.))
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[Logging]


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All logging on National Forest land will be stopped if some local protestors have their way.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]

More than 30-environmentalists today rallied on the lawn outside Forest Service Headquarters to stop logging on two local timber sales. The Bark Camp and Hoover Creek timber sales are on the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests. Protestors add they'd like to see a logging ban on all national forests.
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((SUSAN CURRY/NATIONAL FOREST PROTECTION ALLIANCE: THE FORESTS PROVIDE VERY LITTLE OF THE WOOD PRODUCTS WE USE IN THIS COUNTRY. IT WOULD BE AN EASY THING TO DO TO PROTECT OUR NATIONAL FORESTS. INSTEAD, WE SQUANDER THEM WASTEFULLY EVERY YEAR.))
(BUTT BUTT BUTT)
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((BILL DAMON/FOREST SUPERVISOR: THE NATIONAL FORESTS WERE CREATED FOR A MULTIPLICITY OF USES AND CONGRESS HAS CONTINUED TO FUND ALL THOSE ACTIVITIES. I SUSPECT THEY'LL CONTINUE TO DO THAT.))
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The rally was a response to a report by the National Forest Protection Alliance- The George Washington And Jefferson National Forests are listed among the ten most endangered in the country.
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[Fire-Danger]


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In the meantime, the Forest Service is asking you to be especially careful while using National Forest land. A lack of rain prompted the Governor last week to announce a statewide ban on open burning for the first time since 1998.
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((BILL DAMON/FOREST SUPERVISOR: BURNING INDEXES ARE AS DANGEROUS AS THEY'VE BEEN IN MANY YEARS AND WE'D JUST LIKE TO REALLY ENCOURAGE THE PUBLIC TO BE CAREFUL 'CAUSE ANY FIRE YOU START COULD RAPIDLY SPREAD.)) [***NO SUPER***]
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Fifty fires burned close to 250-acres over the weekend.
Officials say the blazes were fueled by high winds, low humidity and low rainfall.

[Optical-Cable]


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The Dow Jones newswire reports U-B-S PaineWebber has filed to sell six million shares of Optical Cable stock valued at 7 point 8 million dollars.
The President of the Roanoke County company owes PaineWebber millions, and is trying to negotiate a deal.

[Echostar]


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EchoStar plans to buy Direct TV, leaving it in position to become the number one dealer in the home satellite market.

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[VO-NAT 14:27:07]
[SUPER=03-Detroit, MI;]

EchoStar Communications officials say they're acquiring DirectTV from General Motors for nearly 26-Billion dollars. DirectTV has 10 million subscribers, making it the largest service provider in the market, EchoStar is a distant number two with about 6 and a half million subscribers. If Federal regulators and G-M shareholders give the mandatory okay, the new company will retain the name EchoStar and use the DirectTV brand for its services and products.
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A crack three year old golfer hits the links for charity and shows up some adults in the process.
We'll show you later in the newscast.
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[VO-NAT]


And some realtors hope to score a fat sale with the nation's skinniest house.
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[WEB-ADDRESS]
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[Lifesaver]


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The Montgomery County Sheriff's Department says a new technology will save manpower, time and lives.
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[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.;]

Project Lifesaver is a radio transmitter device for finding missing people quickly. It uses a wristband to track lost Alzheimer's, autism and brain injury patients. Participants wear the band 24-hours a day and if they wander, authorities use an antennae to pick up their signal and location. The device has an average rescue time of 22-minutes. Within two-years, it has helped find 56-people across the Commonwealth.
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[Skinny-House]


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A famous house is on the market in California.
It's even featured in the Guiness book of world records as the thinnest house in the U.S.
Mike Castellucci gives us a look.
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(note for toss: the asking price is just 225-thousand dollars)



[S-Extra]


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Bobby Ross drops in on the Roanoke Valley Sports Club to talk about the new "Fridge." The BCS lowers the boom on Tech. UVa gets major millions. And the Big South hoop conference held its preseason media day in the Star City today. All that is coming up but first in tonight's Extra Point. Earlier tonight it was announced that President Bush will throw out the first pitch at tomorrow night's game three of the World Series. It is begin called the most secure sporting event in the history of New York.
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[S-Ross]


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The Roanoke Valley Sports Club welcomed Bobby Ross to town last night for its monthly meeting. Ross, who now lives in Lexington, told me earlier this summer he quit coaching in the NFL for health reasons - stating that the fans in Detroit were sick of him. Last night, we asked him if he might consider coming out of his current state of retirement.
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Ross's son Kevin is an assistant coach at UVa. Bobby has had fun keeping up with him this season and keeping an eye on the Maryland Terrapins under first year head coach Ralph Friedgen. Ross coaches the Terps from 1982-1986 and in the process won back to back to back ACC titles. Not coincidentally, Friedgen was Ross's right hand man during that stretch.
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[OUT Q=...THIS SOON."]
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[S-BCS]


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Virginia Tech tumbled hard in the latest BCS Standings that are out tonight. The Hokies fall all the way to 15th this week. Nebraska is the new number one. However, we are not without controversy. Despite losing to the Huskers Oklahoma is still number two ahead of unbeaten Miami.
The difference is that strength of schedule factor. The Sooners is rated 9th toughest, Miami's is rated 76th. Stanford has jumped all the way up to 6th in the new BCS poll.

[S-WDBJ]


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[go to pinnacle 6998] You can watch the Virginia football team try to get back on track right here on WDBJ-7 this Saturday as the Cavs host Wake Forest at Noon. LSU and Alabama are right after that one here on Your Hometown Station.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 6999] And Sunday you not only get the Steelers early, but the red hot Redskins late against Seattle. After two straight wins the Skins are now talking playoffs.
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[S-UVa]


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UVa's brand new basketball arena that is expected to cost $125 million bucks - already a one third built - at least money wise. Today the school got its second $20 million dollar pledge. This one come from 1976 Uva grad Paul Tudor Jones - a longtime Virginia philanthropist. Tudor Jones is chairman of the Tudor Group in Greenwich, Connecticut. It's a money management firm he founded in the 1980s.

[S-Big]


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The Roanoke Civic Center will again play host to the Advance Auto Parts Big South men's and women's basketball tournaments early next year. But the future location for this event beyond this season is a big question mark. Steve Mason has more on this that, plus much more from today's preseason media outing.
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[SUPER=01-Ron Bradley/Radford Head Coach; :41(QUICK)]
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((Indiana Pacer star Reggie Miller and Radford center Andrey Savchenko together? Not yet. But Scouts from the Pacers, the Lakers and the Knicks will attend Radford games to watch the seven footer try and live up to conference player of the year predictions. ((:))
In preseason men's polls, Liberty is picked to finish fifth, the Highlanders second and Winthop has been chosen to win a fourth straight tournament title. ((:)) ((:)) On the women's side Liberty's Michelle Fricke is the preseason conference player of the year pick. Her Flames have been selected to win a sixth straight tournament crown. Radford interim coach Kristen Holt must deal with being picked last. ((:))
The two year contract between the Big South and the Roanoke Civic Center is up this season. The NBDL, Express hockey and other events are quickly taking up civic center.))

[S-Express]


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It was boy's night for the Roanoke Express as team members literally let their hair down!
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]

Lee Hi Bowling Lanes in Salem were taken over tonight as the Express players and coaches showed up a couple of nights early in their Halloween Costumes. Head coach Perry Florio showed up dressed as a jockey while his assistant Mark Bernard was a race horse. But not one costume from the vast array on display could top the US Olympic women's gymnastic team led by center Mike Peron.
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[OUT Q=...now and then."]
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[Young-Golfer]


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It's hard to get a hole in one.. even harder if you're just three years old...
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[VO-NAT 09]
[SUPER=03-Newport Beach, CA]

but this golfer did it... actually last summer. Now Jake Paine is back on the links.. He was invited to take part in a charity golf tournament.
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[SOT 19:09:56]
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((JAKE PAINE/3-YEAR OLD GOLFER: I AM GOOD... GOT A HOLE IN ONE.)) [BUTT TO 19:10:14] ((BILL PAINE/JAKE'S FATHER: EVERY TIME WE GO OUT PEOPLE SAY IS THAT THE ONE WHO MADE THE ACE... A LITTLE RECOGNITION THERE.))
[SUPER=01-Jake Paine/3 Year Old Golfer ;00]
[Super=01-Bill Paine/Jake's Father; 07]
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[OUT Q=recognition there.]
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[VO-NAT 06]


Today a reporter in California actually challenged Jake to a 10 foot putt-
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[SOT 19:10:53]
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((NAT SOUND: JAKE PUTTS... AND THEN REPORTER PUTTS... JAKE YOU BEAT ME!))
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[Vo-nat]
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