[1-News-Head]

[ANCHOR=Shannon]

The Supreme Court rules on the side of gay-rights advocates in a decision that changes a Virginia law.
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And, two shootings, including that of a local woman, have police wondering whether they're tracking a sniper.
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[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports - Miami is less than thrilled about the ACC invite with Tech -
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[VO-NAT]

and Frank Beamer is safely back in Blacksburg - he has date with a treadmill tomorrow in Roanoke.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
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After a 3 day build up of hot temperatures, some quick relief in the form of a cold front tomorrow. Forecast details coming up.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 3-Shot]


News 7 is next.
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[SOT 14:04:21]
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((WHAT THE SC HAS DONE IS REQUIRE INTERFERE IN PRIVATE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR.))
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[VO-NAT]


In a victory for gay rights supporters, the U-S Supreme Court strikes down the country's anti-sodomy laws.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
Keith is off tonight.

[Sodomy-Law]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[SS=Sodomy LAw]


In striking down a Texas anti-sodomy law, the U-S Supreme Court also wiped a similar Virginia law off the books.


The court ruled that such laws are a violation of privacy.
[DOUBLE BOXES=SHannon & Meghan/State Microwave;]


Meghan Muldoon joins us from Richmond with some reaction.
The highest court in the land accomplished today
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[SUPER=@Meghan1]
[SUPER=05-Richmond]


what gay rights supporters had failed to do in the General Assembly.
And that has many social conservatives
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[SUPER=03-Richmond; :05]
[SUPER=01-Dyana Mason/Equality Virginia; 1:0]
[SUPER=01-Victoria Cobb/Family Foundation of Va.; :30]
[SUPER=01-Sam Garrison/Civil Rights Attorney; :52]
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It was a day of celebration for the state's gay community.
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The repeal of the state's anti-sodomy law was something social conservatives had successfully fought against many times in the legislature but lost today in a 6-to-3 decision.
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[IN Q=I THINK THAT THE SC HAS GIVEN HOMOSEXUAL MOVEMENT AN OPENING THAT THEY HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR TO IMPOSE THEIR AGEN

DA ON VIRGINIA :10 DESPITE LAST SEVERAL YEARS.] [RUNS:15]
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Gay rights supporters say they intend to build on this victory and push for equal rights in other areas like marriage and adoption.
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Even though Virginia's anti-sodomy law applied equally to heterosexuals as well as homosexuals, gay rights supporters say the law was used solely to discriminate against the gay community, particularly in child custody battles.
They say today's victory is a significant one.
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In a written statement, the Attorney General says he is disappointed by the ruling.
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He says the court today undermined Virginia's right to self govern.


[TN-Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[NEWSCAST=6 p.m.]
[WRITER=jwa]
[TAPE#=03-15 TC3:47:21]
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Police in Tennessee say a sniper may be to blame for a shooting that left a Moneta woman in serious condition.
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It happened last night on Interstate 40 in Cocke (KAHK) County, about 50 miles east of Knoxville.
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Two cars were involved in the shooting.
The man driving this pickup truck was killed when his vehicle came under fire.
[SUPER=04-This Morning; ]


19-year old Kimberly Bede (Buh-DEE) of Moneta was a passenger in the other car.
Police are investigating the possibility that both were the victim of a sniper.
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[SOT 13:31:34-13:31:40]
[IN Q=We've got people out]

((DET. ROBERT CALDWELL/COCKE CO. SHERIFFS DEPT.: WE'VE GOT PEOPLE OUT SCOWERING THE AREA. WE'RE INTERVIEWING NEIGHBORS AND PEOPLE IN THE AREA WHO MIGHT HAVE SEEN OR HEARD SOMETHING.))
[SUPER=01-Det. Robert Caldwell/Cocke Co. Sheriffs Dept.]
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[VO-NAT]


Police also say the shootings could be the result of road rage.
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[ACC-lawsuit]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[WRITER=cda]
[TAPE#=03-20 TC45:29]
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A court hearing in Connecticut is the latest play in the A-C-C / Big East lawsuit. This comes a day after the ACC offered Virginia Tech and Miami spots, but not Boston College or Syracuse.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Rockville, CT;]

The judge ruled that the lawsuit should stay in the state of Connecticut, and will rule Friday on a request to expedite the schedule for gathering evidence.
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[SOT 00:34-00:1:04]
[IN Q=Miami and the ACC]

((RICHARD BLUMENTHAL/CONNECTICUT ATTORNEY GENERAL:MIAMI AND THE ACC DECIEVED THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT AND OTHER SCHOOLS KNOWING WE WOULD RELY ON THOSE FALSE ASSURANCES IN SPENDING HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ON NEW STADIUMS AND UPGRADING OUR TEAMS.)) ((STEVE ERRANTE/ACC ATTORNEY:IT'S NOT THAT THE ACC IS ATTEMPTING TO DO ANYTHING TO THE BIG EAST, THE ACC IS A CONFERENCE LIKE ANY OTHER CONFERENCE AND IF TEAMS ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING A CONFERENCE AND LEAVING ANOTHER CONFERENCE BECAUSE THEY PERCEIVE ITS BEING BETTER FOR THEIR SCHOOL, THEY ARE ENTITLED TO DO THAT.))
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[SUPER=01-Steve Errante/ACC Attorney; :16 ]
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[VO-NAT]

Virginia Tech is no longer part of the lawsuit, since it's been invited to join the ACC. Boston College is also out of the lawsuit, because it did not receive an invite.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[SS=Miami/ACC]

Miami is still weighing its options. President Donna Shalala says the school's reviewing an informal counter-offer from the Big East and crunching the numbers on the proposed 2-team expansion.
Mike Stevens will have more on that in Sports,
[SS=Frank Beamer]

as well as a converation with Frank Beamer about his health.

[Lake-Water]


[ANCHOR=Shan]
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[WRITER=syo]
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A summer hot spot at Smith Mountain Lake is out from under a water quality advisory.
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Last week, the health department issued a warning about the water around the Crazy Horse Campground and Marina.

Officials said heavy rainfall washed too much bacteria into the area. But samples taken this week by the Health Department and an independent company satisfied standards. Regardless, officials say bacteria levels can vary at different locations in a single body of water.
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[ANCHOR=Shan]
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The advisory *is* still in effect at Ponderosa Campground.

[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[SS=NONE]


Some two-thousand local workers hope to stay on the job, even though their contract's about to run out and negotiations are deadlocked.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus an area farmer gets an unexpected visitor when a plane crash lands in his field.
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[Alliance-Funding]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Fewer teenagers in Lynchburg are smoking, drinking and using drugs according to recent survey results.
The Alliance for Families and Children would like to think its programs had something to do with that success.
But as Steve Smallshaw reports, officials are worried cuts in city funding might reverse that trend.
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[SUPER=01-Jason Davis/Youth Connections Participant; :38]
[SUPER=01-Joan Foster/Lynchburg Council Member; 1:05]
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It's not often you can get a hundred kids to give up part of their summer vacation to sit in school, but that's the kind of allure the annual Youth Connections program has.
For three days, these sixth through twelfth graders are getting a crash course in how to resist the temptations of youth.
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((YOU CAN BE ANYTHING THAT YOU WANT TO BE AS LONG AS YOU TAKE TIME, DON'T BE IMPULSIVE AND THINK ABOUT WHAT THE CONSEQUENCES OF YOUR CHOICES MAY BE.))
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For nine years, Youth Connections has helped kids like Jason Davis grow up.
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((JASON DAVIS/YOUTH CONNECTIONS PARTICIPANT: I WAS ABLE TO FIT IN, FUNCTION AND FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH MYSELF AND FEEL COMFORTABLE ABOUT THE WAY I TALK, THE WAY I WALK, AND WHAT I BELIEVE IN.))
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But this may be the last year these kids get together.
Last month, the city cut 44-thousand dollars in funding for the Alliance.. money that helps pay for programs like this.
Public donations have been pouring in and the Alliance wants to show the community where the donations have been going.
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((JOAN FOSTER/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: THIS IS A PLACE WHERE THERE FUNDS WILL GO THAT THEY'RE SENDING TO US, AND OUR KIDS ARE VERY THANKFUL FOR THAT AND WE WANT THEM TO KNOW THAT IT IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE AND THAT OUR COMMUNITY MEMBERS HAVE HELPED MAKE A DIFFERENCE.))
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Foster says they still need to make up another 17-thousand dollars to keep programs like Youth Connections rolling for another year.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg. ))

[Motorcycle-Accident]


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A Roanoke man died in a motorcycle wreck this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


State police say Michael Craig Nelson was southbound on Interstate 581 when he ran off an exit ramp at Peter's Creek Road.
Witnesses told police that it looked like Nelson had decided at the last minute to get off the highway, ran off the ramp and hit a directional sign.
Police say the 29-year-old mechanic suffered massive chest injuries and was pronounced dead at the hospital.
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[Rockbridge-Fatal]


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A road construction worker was killed in Rockbridge County yesterday afternoon. Christopher Dale Horton of Fries (FREEZE) died when he was run over by a chip spreader he was operating on Maple Swamp Road. The accident happened in the Kerrs (CARS) Creek section of the county. Horton was an employee of Adams Construction Company, which had been contracted by V-DOT. He was 20 years old.

[Goodyear]


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The Goodyear Tire Company and the United Steelworkers of America are racing against the clock. They have until midnight tomorrow to reach a tentative contract agreement. Business Reporter Rachel tells us what's at stake.
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[SUPER=01-Kenneth Stevens/Retired Goodyear Employee; :08]
[SUPER=01-Dana Dixon/Local 831 Spokesman; :22]
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[SUPER=01-Brenda Miles/Goodyear Union Employee; :49]
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(( ((NATS SPEAKER OR CLAPPING)) For union employees and retirees, it's about their future.
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((KENNETH STEVENS/RETIRED GOODYEAR EMPLOYEE; WELL I HOPE WE CAN KEEP WHAT WE GOT FOR OUR BENEFITS OUR PRESCRIPTION DRUGS AND OUR INSURANCE.))
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As contract talks that began in March drag on with no deal, local union leaders say what happens next, is anyone's guess.
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[IN Q=it's been a very]

((DANA DIXON/LOCAL 831 SPOKESMAN; IT'S BEEN A VERY COMPLEX ROUND OF NEGOTIATIONS ISSUES ARE VERY COMPLEX IT'S A LITTLE MORE TIME CONSUMING THAN USUAL BOTH SIDES SEEM TO BE LOOKING THROUGH THE ISSUES WITH A FIND TOOTH COMB TO FIND COST SAVINGS EVERYWHERE THEY CAN. ))
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Workers say they want to maintain what they have ... benefits and wages. As talks go around the clock, the two thousand union employees at the Danville plant continue to work day to day with no contract.
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[IN Q=W'RE THE ONES]

((BRENDA MILES/GOODYEAR UNION EMPLOYEE; WE'RE THE ONES THAT BUILT GOODYEAR SO WE ARE NOT THE ONES THAT SHOULD HAVE TO SUFFER, DO ALL THE SUFFERING.))
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Goodyear officials say negotiations have been difficult given the company's financial standing but they're still hopeful an agreement can be reached by Friday's deadline. ((NATS RALLY)) If not, union members say they're prepared to strike but would rather stay on the clock. Rachel Cannon, News 7, Danville.))

[Stocks]


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Wall Street recaptured some of the ground it lost yesterday. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW gained 67 and a half points.
NASDAQ rose 31.
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[Giles-Plane]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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The F-A-A is investigating a plane crash in Giles County.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Giles Co.;]

It happened around 9:45 this morning in a field near Pearis Mountain. Officials say the pilot of the cropduster was spraying the area for gypsy moths when he made a forced landing due to engine trouble.
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((JERRY SMITH/STATE POLICE TROOPER: AS HE LANDED HE STRUCK SOME ROCKS OVER THERE AND THEN FLIPPED END OVER END AND CAME TO REST WHERE HE'S AT NOW.))
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[VO-NAT]

Officials say some fuel leaked from the plane, but no pesticides were released. The pilot, John Tallman of Pennsylvania, was flown to New River Valley Medical Center where he was treated for minor injuries. The company he works for, Farm Air, has been a contractor for the Department of Forestry for about seven years. The plane crash is the first in the company's history.
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[Resource-Officer]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[WRITER=jwi]
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A member of Roanoke city council says Officer Butch Lewis is "wrapped up in the school" and genuinely cares about the students he serves.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Lewis has been a resource officer at Patrick Henry High School for the past decade. Some believe he was recently reassigned for sharing his concerns about school violence with a newspaper reporter. Councilwoman Linda Wyatt says she ultimately has little say in what happens to Lewis, but doesn't want to see him used as a scapegoat.
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[SOT 05:10:08:03]
[IN Q=It's important that we]

((LINDA WYATT/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL MEMBER: IT'S IMPORTANT THAT WE FOCUS ON THE BIGGER PICTURE, REALLY HERE IS THE SAFETY OF OUR CHILDREN AND MAKING SURE THE CHILDREN HAVE A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT THAT IS SAFE AND CONDUCIVE FOR THEM TO DO THE BEST THEY CAN.))
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[VO-NAT]

Wyatt says DARE and resource officers are often reassigned to traffic for the summer. She's not sure if that's what happened to Lewis.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[GRAPHIC=None]

City Manager Darlene Burcham is conducting an investigation into Lewis' reassignment, but was not available for comment today. Officer Lewis met with his attorney this afternoon to draft an official grievance over his reassignment.

[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Coming up tonight on the Big 7 - Miami is raising Cane about the ACC inivite. Frank Beamer is back home - we'll talk with him,
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[VO-NAT]

and we'll take a look at some of the latest additions to the Roy Stanley celebrity auction that is set for tomorrow night at 7.
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[S-ACC]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-138 14438TC]
[GRAPHIC=acc/tech]

While Tech and the ACC are ready to begin their new relations.
[GRAPHIC=MIAMI/ACC]

Miami isn't quite ready to take the plunge. The school's Board of Trustees met this afternoon and then school president Donna Shalala said the Canes will wait to Monday before deciding whether to join the ACC. Meanwhile - the Big East is making one final push to keep them.
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[OUT Q=...one way or another."]
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[S-Frank]


[ANCHOR=mike]
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[WRITER=twe]
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Frank Beamer is resting comfortably at home tonight. Beamer flew back from his Georgia vacation today, after experiencing chest pain and undergoing a battery of tests in an Atlanta hospital on Tuesday night. Travis Wells has more on Beamer's arrival from Blacksburg.
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[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Virginia Tech Head Football Coach; :20]
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[SUPER=01-Jim Weaver/Virginia Tech Athletic Director; 1:13 QUICK!!]
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((Beamer: It must be a slow news day...
Slow only when compared to Wednesday's events, which included an ACC site visit to the Virginia Tech campus and a subsequent invitation to the Hokies to join a new league. Beamer says that he is feeling fine and that he will consult with his Roanoke cardiolgist on Friday just to be sure.
Beamer:
Travis: While Beamer is thankful for his good health, he took time to hand out some words of gratitude for the folks in Charlottesville, and the state legislators who took major steps to ensure Tech's athletic well being.
Beamer:
While Tech appears poised to accept the ACC's offer, Miami on the other hand, has put off a decision on joining. But Tech AD Jim Weaver says the Canes decision will have little bearing on the Hokies.
Jim:
In Blacksburg, Travis Wells, News 7 Sports.))

[S-Barbers]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-146 15213TC ]
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Tiki and Ronde Barber have been two of the biggest supporters of the Roy Stanley scholarship funds as evidenced by their $4000 gift to the foundation yesterday. The Barbers had planned to be the centerpieces of tomorrow's celebrity golf tournament and autograph session, but contractual obligations will now force them to miss the event.
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[VO-NAT]

The Barbers will travel to California to tape a national commercial for CHAMPS sporting goods right alongside multiple Grammy nominee Nelly.
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[SUPER=01-Ronde Barber/Will Star in Champs Commercial; :00]
[SUPER=01-Tiki Barber/Will Star in Champs Commercial; :28]
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[OUT Q=...ROGER CLEMENS."]
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((Before heading out of town the Barbers graciously signed over 100 licensed NFL color 8 by 10s, including the candid Super Bowl shot from this past January. These photos will be available for purchase tomorrow night, and several other items from the Twins will be also be up for auction. And speaking of twins - Roanoke's original Twin Killers Ramon and Damon Williams have contributed a must have piece for local collectors. Plus, we have recently added autographed NASCAR hoods from Ryan Newman and Tony Stewart, a Jimmie Johnson autographed hat, two other collectibles from last year's rookie of the year - Newman, along with a baseball signed by Billy Wagner, a poster autographed by Michael Vick, and two Rusty Wallace autographed Sam Bass prints. All of these items and many more will be added to the collection that already includes the Upper deck authenticated pieces from Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. And don't forget about the chance to get a ball signed by Roger Clemens.)) (------------)