[7-11Taylor]

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Its been nearly two months since the night manager at Shenandoah Homes, Helen Cadd, was found murdered. A 34- year old man described as a transient, has been formally charged with her killing.
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Police say Danny Ray Taylor was at the retirement home the night the 88- year old was found dead.
That evening, Taylor was arrested on a probation violation and has been in custody ever since.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./October 3;]

Yesterday-- he was formally charged with capital murder and sexual assault. Authorities aren't saying what evidence led to today's arrest. Taylor is being held without bond and has been granted two court appointed attorneys. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for January.
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[7-11Craig-Schools]


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Students will be back to class at Craig County schools this morning, now that two new boilers are up and running.
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[SUPER=03-Craig Co.]


Students stayed home one day last week, and again yesterday, because of continuing problems with heating equipment at the county's combined school.
Technicians worked through the night to get the equipment up and running, and by midafternoon it was back online.
Because four additional days have been built into the schedule, the unexpected vacation has not affected the school calendar.
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[7-11Falwell-Church]


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The city of Lynchburg's city council and Jerry Falwell appear to be clashing over the plans to expand Thomas Road baptist Church.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Falwell is buying the Ericsson plant next door to Liberty for a new church and classroom space for the school.
But some city leaders are worried about taking Lynchburg's biggest industrial site off the tax rolls.
Falwell says he's confident city council will see the benefits.
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[IN Q=I think we'll]

((REV. JERRY FALWELL/LIBERTY U. CHANCELLOR: I THINK WE'LL BE EXCHANGING INFORMATION THAT SOMETIMES WILL APPEAR LIKE VOLLEYS, BUT I THINK THAT AT THE END OF THE DAY, THEY'RE ALL OUR FRIENDS, WE'RE THERE FRIENDS. BOTH OF US HAVE THE SAME THING IN MIND, THE WELFARE OF OUR COMMUNITY)) ((BERT DODSON/LYNCHBURG VICE MAYOR: BUT I THINK IT'S A BIG DISCUSSION WITHIN THE COMMUNITY. THIS IS AN ASSET OF THE COMMUNITY AND THIS WILL OUTLIVE MINISTERS, COUNCIL MEMBERS, WE NEED TO MAKE THE RIGHT DECISION FOR THE COMMUNITY AND WE JUST CANNOT SAY 'HEY IT'S OKAY, GO AHEAD AND DO IT.'))
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Officials say the re-zoning request likely won't be made until next year.
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[45-11Taylor]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[TAPE#=02-39 TC1:14:35]
[SS=Murder Invest.]


A 34- year old man described as a transient has been formally charged with killing the night manager at Shenandoah Homes.
Nearly two months have passed since Helen Cadd was found murdered.
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[VO-NAT]

Police say Danny Ray Taylor was at the retirement home the night the 88- year old was found dead.
That evening, Taylor was arrested on a probation violation and has been in custody ever since.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./October 3;]

Yesterday-- he was formally charged with capital murder and sexual assault. Authorities aren't saying what evidence led to today's arrest. Taylor is being held without bond and has been granted two court appointed attorneys. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for January.
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[45-11Football-Security;]


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Virginia Tech police are beefing up security this weekend, following the recent trend of out of control football fans.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/November 1999]


This is footage from a 19-99 homegame, when the Hokies defeated Boston College.
But, with the big rivalry game coming up this weekend between the Hokies and the Hoos... Tech police realize the possibility of fan rioting after the game is very real.
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Virginia Tech police won't be alone in keeping things under control this Saturday.
Duncan says the department will get some help from about one hundred additional officers from Blacksburg, Christiansburg and the Montgomery County Sheriff's office.
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[45-11Richmond-Lotto]


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One lucky couple has won big in the Virginia lottery......AGAIN.
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Edith and Buck Shinault won nearly ten million dollars in the Lottery back in April of 1991, something most would consider a once in a lifetime opportunity.
But yesterday, the couple was back at lottery headquarters to claim one of the top prizes in the thousand-dollars per week Win for Life scratch game.
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((CLYDE "BUCK" SHINAULT/2 TIME LOTTERY WINNER; I SCRATCHED OFF ONE AND SAID HEY, I WON FIVE DOLLARS. SO I SCRATCHED OFF TWO MORE AND SAID WELL THESE DIDN'T WIN SO I'LL THROW THESE IN THE TRASH CAN. THEN SHE JUST SAYS WHOOPEE!))
[SUPER=01-Clyde "Buck" Shinault/2 Time Lottery Winner]
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[OUT Q=just says Whoopee!]
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Buck says winning a multi-million dollar jackpot didn't change them the first time. But it has allowed the couple to retire early and travel extensively.
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[8-UVA-Plagiarism]


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The University of Virginia went straight by the book when it dismissed 48 students in a plagiarism scandel. The last honor trial wrapped up on Saturday. According to U-V-A's Honor Code, the only punishment for lying, cheating or stealing is dismissal from the school. The Honor Committee Chairman says the punishments show that the student-run disciplinary system works. One-hundred-and-nine students were acquitted.


[8-11Craig-Schools]


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Students will be back to class at Craig County schools this morning, now that two new boilers are up and running.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Craig Co.]


Students stayed home one day last week, and again yesterday, because of continuing problems with heating equipment at the county's combined school.
Technicians worked through the night to get the equipment up and running, and by midafternoon it was back online.
Because four additional days have been built into the schedule, the unexpected vacation has not affected the school calendar.
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[8-11DMV]


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It could have been much worse.... that's the word from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
DMV officials say at one point, they considered closing more than 30 offices.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond]


Yesterday, they responded to charges that the D-M-V intentionally sought to close offices in Republican districts.
Officials say they used factual data to shave 44-million dollars from the D-M-V's budget.
They closed a dozen D-M-V offices, including those in Bedford and Rocky Mount.
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[IN Q=I FEEL VERY COMFORTABLE WITH THE DECISION]
[SUPER=01-Lynwood Butner/DMV Deputy Commissioner]
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[OUT Q=MOST DIFFICULT THING I'VE EVER DONE.]
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D-M-V officials say the closing of twelve offices was an "agonizing" decision but not a political one.
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[Kim on Camera]
Local designers are putting their own touch on the holiday season. They've decorated Christmas Trees. Steve Pardon has a sneak peak of the display. Get your Wednesday started....
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