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Coming up on News 7-
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A shooting leaves one woman injured tonight-
Six weeks off WITH pay- it's a new family leave law- in one state.. other states may follow.
And this woman jumped from a burning building.. some football players caught her.
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[Talent=Jean]


Plus where is Hurricane Isadore headed.
News 7 at Eleven is next.

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((AS CITIZENS MAYBE WE NEED TO START GOING BACK OUT ON OUR PORCHES..))
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Lynchburg leaders say it's time citizens started using their porches to keep tabs on their neighborhood..
..but on another front porch tonight, a young woman becomes the latest victim in a wave of violence that has plagued the Hill City.
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[Shooting]


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While hundreds of concerned residents were wrapping up a conference on how to make neighborhoods safe, less than a mile away another Lynchburg resident fell victim to random violence.
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It happened in the 1-thousand block of Pierce Street just before nine.
A woman was hit in the back of the arm as she stood on the porch of a home.
Another woman across the street says she heard gunshots being fired from the side of her home.. one of the bullets pierced her air conditioner.
The woman who was shot is expected to survive- Authorities don't know the motive for the shooting and have not arrested anyone.
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[L'burg-Gangs]


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It is just this sort of violence Lynchburg leaders are trying to prevent.. and they held a summit on safe neighborhoods tonight to try and find some answers.
[L'BURG DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Steve/L'Burg Bureau;]


Steve Smallshaw is in our Lynchburg bureau tonight to tell us more about that meeting..
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Jean, the shooting on Pierce Street was certainly ironic in its timing, but it also illustrates exactly what many residents say is wrong with their neighborhoods.
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[SUPER=01-Deborah Marshall/Resident; :54]
[SUPER=01-Rev. Anthony Howard/Former Gang Member; 1:10]
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(( They turned out by the hundreds: city leaders, area clergy, police and average citizens all drawn by their concern and desire to make Lynchburg a safe place to live.
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((CARL HUTCHERSON/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: I'M HOPING THAT PEOPLE ARE GOING TO STEP UP TO THE PLATE AND SAY THIS IS MY COMMUNITY, I WANT IT TO BE A SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD, A SAFE COMMUNITY AND GIVE THEIR INPUT.))
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((AS WE SAID TONIGHT, WE'RE GOING TO WORK ON WHAT CAN WE DO POSITIVE FOR OUR CITY?))
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They broke into groups of 25 to 50 to share concerns, ideas and possible solutions.
City leaders say if Lynchburg hopes to put a dent in gang-related violence, the time to act is now.
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((COL. CHARLES BENNETT/LYNCHBURG POLICE CHIEF: WHAT WE WANT TO DO IS TO ENSURE HERE THAT THE PROBLEM NEVER GETS TO THE POINT WHERE IT'S OBVIOUS TO ANYBODY. WHEN IT GETS TO THAT POINT, IT'S TOO LATE.))
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It already is obvious to many inner city residents who have been living with the drug deals and the shootings for years.
But they say the problem goes beyond the boundaries of their neighborhoods.
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((DEBORAH MARSHALL/RESIDENT: IT'S THE PEOPLE THAT LIVE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TOWN, THE OH-3 DISTRICT, THE OH-2 DISTRICT, PEOPLE FROM RUSTBURG, CAMPBELL, AMHERST. WE HAVE TO STOP PROFILING THAT IT'S ONLY A BLACK PROBLEM.))
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Anthony Howard is a former gang leader and drug dealer who says the key is putting more cops on the streets.
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((REV. ANTHONY HOWARD/FORMER GANG MEMBER: THE POLICE NEED TO GET BACK ON FOOT AND FAMILIARIZE WITH THE PEOPLE AND THE PEOPLE OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD NEED TO COME TOGETHER TO KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON.))
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Organizers recorded every concern, idea and suggestion that came forward tonight.. they hope to compile everything and have a report by the end of the year.
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...as we saw by tonight's shooting, many residents hope some solutions are not far behind. Jean?

[McGyver-Bomb]


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A 16- year- old Patrick Henry High School student is in custody tonight after allegedly throwing a home- made bomb at a bus stop. Investigators say the student threw a "McGyver Bomb" causing it to explode at the stop on 14th Street and Kenwood Boulevard while other students were standing there. He has been charged with manufacturing or possession of an explosive device and is being held at Coyner Springs Detention Center.

[Missing-Girl]


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The Henry County sheriff says a once-promising lead in the Jennifer Short investigation looks more and more like a dead end.
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Sheriff Frank Cassell says a tip that Jennifer's mother may have been harassed by a man at Pluma ten years ago appears to be a "wild goose chase."
The sheriff released pictures of Mary Short from when she worked at Pluma last week, hoping to jog someone's memory.
Investigators heard from several people who remembered Mary ... but no one could identify the man who allegedly harassed her.
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((FRANK CASSELL/HENRY CO. SHERIFF; I'M BEGINNING TO WONDER IF THEY'VE MISTAKEN MARY FOR SOMEONE ELSE BECAUSE I DON'T KNOW WHY WE CAN'T FIND THIS MAN. ))
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The sheriff says there were several other employees who were harassed- people may be confusing those employees with Mary Short.
He says investigators have spent at least one-thousand hours chasing this lead.
**In other news related to the case, a judge has appointed Michael Short's son from a previous marriage to be administrator of his estate.
Kenneth Short will take care of his father's business matters and allow investigators access to the home.
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[West-Nile]


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The West Nile Virus may have claimed its first victim in Virginia.
Loudoun County health officials say a 54-year-old woman from Sterling died yesterday... She had been in a Northern Virginia hospital since September fifth.
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The health department says it's been checking for mosquitoes around the woman's home.
There have been about a dozen confirmed human cases of West Nile virus in Virginia.... all in Northern and Eastern Virginia.
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[Isidore]


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In Mexico at least four people have died as a result of Hurricane Isidore..
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[SUPER=03-Merida, Mexico]

Tens of thousands were forced out from low-lying fishing villages as torrential rains flooded homes and 120- mile- an- hour winds ripped roofs from their foundations. Eight- thousand oil workers were evacuated from drilling platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.
Streets in one Colonial City- are ankle deep in water- the city houses the oldest cathedral in the Americas. Isidore is the strongest storm to hit the Yucatan Peninsula since Hurricane Gilbert caused major damage and killed dozens in 1988.
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[Police-Chase]


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A police chase that began in North Carolina ended with gunfire in Virginia tonight.
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The chase began shortly after five this afternoon in Raleigh when police got a call.
Two children were released from the vehicle early in the chase, but the driver held a woman at gunpoint while he drove to Brunswick County in Southern Virginia.
The unidentified man fired at and struck police vehicles as they raced down interstate 85.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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After the man finally stopped in Virginia, police say he shot the woman, ran into the woods and shot himself.
Police say the couple had an ongoing, longtime dispute... but they aren't sure what led to today's shootings.

[Hundley]


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The Martinsville Sheriff's Office is asking the public to help find an escaped inmate. Officials say Joseph Daniel Hundley walked away from a work detail today. The crew was working on Spruce Street in Martinsville.
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These photos were released- but Hundley was last seen with a beard. He is 23- years- old, weighs 155- pounds and is 6 feet- 2 inches tall. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Joseph Hundley is asked to call the Martinsville Sheriff's Office at 276- 656- 5151.
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[Food-Lion]


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Police have released a surveillance photo captured during the armed robbery of a Blacksburg grocery store. Now-- they're hoping someone will recognize the suspect.
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Police say the man entered the Food Lion at Heathwood Square last Thursday-- demanding money. He's described as about six feet tall, weighing 160- pounds. He was wearing dark clothing, goggles and gloves.
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No one was injured.


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Some football players made quite a catch this weekend, but it wasn't a football they caught- instead the players caught a woman who had jumped from a burning building.
Olivia Cheng has the story from Canada.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Tonight word that the fire was indeed set- police have charged a 58 year old man with arson- and second degree murder.
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She already admitted to it... but today the woman accused of beating her four year old pleads not guilty.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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[Sports-Preview]


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(( Hey folks - Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office - as we check in on some Monday night high school girls' hoops. Plus, the Hokies have a player of the week in the Big East and some injury concerns heading into the Western Michigan game. Steve Mason checks in from UVa with the Cavs self proclaimed three headed monster. Plus - the Late Model men are ready to rev it up in Martinsville tonight on the Big 7.))

[Family-Leave]


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Many states are considering it- but today California did it... enacting a landmark law that requires PAID family leave for workers.
As Chris Lawrence reports other states could follow suit-
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[SUPER=01-Christi Applegate/New Mom; :13]
[SUPER=01-Marisol Quintero/Supports Law; :41]
[SUPER=01-Gov. Gray Davis/California; :49]
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((Christi Applegate had a baby just five weeks ago, and sleep is hard to come by. CHRISTI: I'm lucky if I get four hours in a row. It's a slightly difficult, and different, life for the new mom. CHRISTI APPLEGATE/NEW MOTHER: For me there was a lot of big changes because ..Waaaaaa! because I had a career before I had her. Under California's new Family Leave Law, Christi and other moms like her may be better able to balance both. Workers can take up to six weeks off to look after new babies or sick family members. They'll get 55% of their normal pay. It helps families like this one, where both parents had to stay home when their son was diagnosed with a blood disorder. MARISOL QUINTERO/SUPPORTS LAW: A year and a-half ago, this Family Leave Bill would have been a blessing to us. Workers would get a maximum of $728 a week. GOV. GRAY DAVIS/CALIFORNIA: I don't want Californians to have to choose between being good parents and good employees. But some groups say its not good business. Some companies say employers will have to pay more to train replacement workers and overtime. And they'll be competing with out-of-state companies that don't have to. CHRIS LAWRENCE/CBS NEWS: They argue it puts California companies at a competitive disadvantage and makes the workforce unstable. Applegate says instability is a given when workers are preoccupied at home. CHRISTI: Do you really want that person in the workplace when they're tired and emotional and only thinking about the baby anyway? Workers will be able to start taking the time off in 2004. Chris Lawrence CBS News Los Angeles.))

[Sweat-Shops]


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A labor rights leader is kicking off a national campaign in Roanoke today...
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Charles Kernaghan wants to end unfair labor practices in overseas sweatshops. He's going on a 10-city tour with two garment workers from Bangladesh. Kernaghan says they make clothes for Wal-Mart and Disney under deplorable conditions. He hopes a massive petition drive will help.
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((CHARLES KERNAGHAN/NATIONAL LABOR COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS; WE WANT LAWS IN THE US THAT GUARANTEE THAT INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED HUMAN AND WORKERS RIGHTS TO BE PROTECTED AND WE WANT OUR COMPANIES HELD ACCOUNTABLE TO THAT AND WE DON'T WANT GOODS MADE UNDER SWEATSHOP CONDITIONS FROM COMING INTO THE UNITED STATES.))
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Kernaghan says 1.6 million garment workers from Bangladesh work in sweatshops ... some 19-hours a day for starvation wages.
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Both Wal-Mart and Disney say they do not use sweatshops. Each company says they do inspections of overseas factories and enforce a vendor labor code of conduct .

[Workman]


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The D-E-A Agent-set to be tried next month for murder- -has asked that his trial be moved out of Roanoke.
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Timothy Workman's lawyer filed a motion for change of venue last week, citing "inflammatory publicity." Attorney Tony Anderson is asking the court to consider whether news accounts of the shooting death of Edward Bailey were accurate. The federal agent from Mission, Texas, allegedly shot and killed Bailey in the parking lot of a Roanoke restaurant last February. There's a hearing in the case scheduled tomorrow afternoon.
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[Toogood]


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The mom caught on tape allegedly beating her child- today plead not guilty-
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Madelyne Toogood 's attorney says the plea is a legal maneuver, because she has already admitted she did it and the nation saw her do it.
Toogood was caught on department store surveillance tape- slapping and hitting 4 year old Martha-
Toogood says the girl was misbehaving.
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((BECAUSE I LOSE MY TEMPER. I MADE A BAD BAD MISTAKE.))
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The state wants the girl in foster care- Today a judge gave child protection officials 2 weeks to decide who should care for the little girl.
If convicted of battery, Toogood could spend up to three years in prison.
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((TERRIFIED OF GOING TO JAIL.. REALLY REALLY SCARED. I'M AFRAID OF MARTHA. I JUST WANT MARTHA BACK SOMEWHERE WHERE SHE IS SAFE.))
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Toodgood belongs to a group of Irish travelers.. nomads often thought of as con artists.
Prosecutors are afraid if the girl is given back to the family, they would all just disappear.
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George and Al are at it again... the former vice-president says Bush's strike first policy may not be such a good idea.
That's next on News 7.
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And later... it's a blind date... for an entire town.
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[Gore-Iraq]


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Former Vice President Al Gore is strongly questioning President Bush's push for a first- strike war on Iraq.
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Gore said that after September 11th, the U-S had the world's support, but no more.
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((AL GORE/FORMER VICE PRESIDENT: THE PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION THAT A NEW UNIQUELY AMERICAN RIGHT TO STRIKE WHOMEVER HE DEEMS A POTENTIAL FUTURE THREAT.))
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Gore says the world's support for the U-S has been replaced with a great anxiety around he world- not primarily with what the terrorists are going to do, but with what the U-S is going to do.
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President Bush maintains that he'll do whatever it takes to dis-arm Saddam Hussein.
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[Grayson-Water]


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Good news for some folks in Grayson County-- the health department has lifted the boil advisory for homes on Mockingbird Lane.
Officials say the problem has been corrected and the water is safe to drink.

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Girls hoops from Northside, plus Tech injury news, and Big East props for Pile. And Steve Mason has a three headed monster story from UVa.
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[SUPER=03-Martinsville/Last Wednesday; :00]

First in tonight's Extra Point - remember folks the Taco Bell 300 Late Model Stock car event takes place this coming Sunday at the Martinsville Speedway. Last week more than 110 teams tuned up for the race in an open test session. Qualifying gets underway Saturday at one, while the heat races begin Sunday at 12:30 - with the main event taking place Sunday at 3. Tickets are $20 bucks for adults and just $5 dollars for children 12 and under.
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[S-Girls]


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In girls' high school basketball last night - the Northside Vikings were home hosting Christiansburg is a Blue Ridge district game.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Christiansburg vs. Northside; :00]

A number of teams warmed up for this week of hoops by getting a jump on the normal Tuesday and Thursday night action.

Northside would dominate this one from the start. Dana Powell passes to Emory Wallace and drops in the easy basket to put Northside on top in the first quarter. Still in the first half, Corrie Fertitta would grab the rebound and trigger the fast break with the outlet pass to Brittany Hughes. She will score and the Vikings lead is quickly in double digits.
[SUPER=33-Christiansburg/37/Northside/71;]

Hughes would then hit the offensive glass, dribble out and feed the rock back inside to Powell. Northside beats Christiansburg 71-to-37.
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Also last night, Eastern Montgomery beat Parry McCluer 49-to-38. Bath County lost to Riverheads 54-to-24 and redhot Auburn beat Grayson County 71-to-22. The Auburn Eagles are 10-and-oh.


[S-Injury]


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The Hokies got more than a win at Texas A & M on Saturday. They got a promotion in the polls, and they got a couple of key players banged up.
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[SUPER=03-College Station, TX/Saturday; :00]

Linebacker Mikal Baquee will miss practice for most of the week with a bad ankle sprain. His foot will stay in a protective boot until at least Wednesday. Quarterback Bryan Randall will have his foot in a foot, as well. He has a grade one foot sprain. Trainer Mike Goforth says both should be able to play on Saturday at Western Michigan.
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[S-Davis]


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The Hokies got a surprise visit yesterday from wide receiver Andre' Davis. The Cleveland Browns rookie had 100 yards in catches and two touchdowns in Sunday's over win over the Titans. The Browns were given yesterday and today off, so Andre drove all night to see his fiancee' and talk to the Tech players. Already this season, Andre the Great has four TD catches in three games.
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[TO TO PINNACLE 13099] And you can watch Andre and the Browns this weekend right here on Your Hometown Station. Sunday at one we'll have the Cleveland-Pittsburgh as the Steelers look for their first win of the year and Andre looks for more success right here on WDBJ-7.
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[S-Tech]


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Tech's defense against the rush is now ranked second in the nation after its performance against Texas A & M.
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[SUPER=03-College Station, TX/Saturday; :00]

Yesterday, one of the men who helped get them there - was honored by the Big East for his play against Texas A & M. Senior Safety Willie Pile the Conference's defensive player of the week. He has an interception and fumble recovery to go along with 10 tackles against the Aggies on Saturday.
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[S-Golf]


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In district golf action yesterday afternoon, Franklin County won the Western Valley district titile and in the process qualified for the Northwest regionals. Mitch Chandler - the Eagles' star was the individual champ.

[S-Monster]


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After outlasting Akron in a Scott Stadium homecoming track meet, the Virginia Cavaliers hit tobacco road this weekend to battle Wake Forest. Tonight Steve Mason checks in with UVa's "Three Headed Monster."
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[Mass-Date]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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What's a town to do when there are too many men and not enough women?
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[SUPER=03-El Hoyo De Pinares, Spain;]


In one Spanish town, the answer is to bus women in.
In one small Spanish Village, that's what one man decided to do. He invited 400 women from Madrid to come to a mass blind date-
The women were wined and dined and treated to an afternoon of dancing in village square.
So far no word of impending nuptials, but we're told there were a lot of swapped phone numbers. (------------)