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[VO-NAT]
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[SUPER=@Marya1;]
[SUPER=@Brent1;]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... They're still working, but talks between Verizon and its unions have been put on hold until Tuesday
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And a man suspected of killing a California sheriff's deputy meets a fiery end after a 9-hour standoff. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Verizon]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[TAPE#=03-21 TC-1:30:25]
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Verizon and its labor unions are taking a few days off before going back to the bargaining table.
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[VO-NAT :16]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


Government mediators have called for a three-day break in contract talks. Negotiations are set to resume Tuesday. The union is remaining firm on issues of job security and benefits. Local President Guy Angell (angel) says proposals from the two sides are being looked over.
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[SOT 07:48:44]
[IN Q=a lot of things]

((GUY ANGELL/CWA LOCAL 2204 PRESIDENT; A LOT OF THINGS ARE GOING ON RIGHT NOW LOCAL ISSUES COMMON ISSUE IT COULD TAKE A LONG A GOOD WHILE TO COMPLETE NEGOTIATIONS.))
[SUPER=01-Guy Angell/CWA Local 2204 President;]
[RUNS=:10]
[OUT Q=NEGOTIATIONS.]
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[VO-NAT]

Angell (Angel) says workers are prepared to walk off the job and strike at any moment. Verizon says IF that happens, management will step in and keep the company running.
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[11Trench-Rescue]


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Lynchburg and OSHA officials are trying to figure out what caused a trench collapse that killed a Lynchburg man yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Yesterday]


Around 4:30, crews responded to 414 Bay Street, where an independent contractor had been digging a new water line through a parking lot.
Authorities aren't sure how the man ended up in the trench, but the walls collapsed, quickly burying and suffocating him.
Rescuers spent about three hours recovering his body.
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[SOT 19:23:50]
[IN Q=In this particular]

((BUDDY MARTINETTE/LYNCHBURG FIRE DEPARTMENT: IN THIS PARTICULAR CASE, THE VICTIM WAS UPRIGHT IN THE TRENCH AND SO IT TOOK A LONG TIME FOR US TO EXCAVATE. AND AS THEY EXCAVATE THEY HAVE TO PUT SHORING IN PLACE SO I MEAN WE HAVE TO DO THINGS PROPER TO PROTECT THE RESCUERS, IT'S A VERY DIFFICULT, VERY TECHNICAL OPERATION.))
[SUPER=01-Buddy Martinette/Lynchburg Fire Department]
[RUNS=12]
[OUT Q=very technical operation.]
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[VO-NAT]


The victim has been identified as 50-year-old Gordon Harry Settje.
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[Deputy-Killed]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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A man suspected of killing a California sheriff's deputy is presumed dead in a fiery standoff.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lake Los Angeles, CA;]


Deputies cornered Donald Charles Kueck in a home in Lake Los Angeles yesterday.
Late last night, it erupted into flames during a fierce gun battle.
Authorities say Kueck admitted to killing Stephen Sorensen, a 12-year veteran of the L-A County Sheriff's department last week.
He used the deputy's radio to communicate with authorities.
The Sheriff vowed Kueck would be taken dead or alive.
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[Infant-Death]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=mjo]
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A 10-month-old boy in California is dead after being left in a hot car.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Irvine, CA;]


The infant was left inside a locked car on the University of California Irvine campus Friday during a heat wave.
Some students noticed the child appeared to be in trouble and contacted police.
They broke a window, but it was too late to save him.
The child's father showed up a few minutes later.
He hasn't been identified or charged yet.
The man's car was in the STAFF parking lot at the university.
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4H officials are preparing to put an end to violence at camp.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co./File Tape;]

A task force is being created to find out where leadership broke down in two separate incidents that involved violence. In the meantime, more money is being earmarked for security. Thursday, 18- year- old William Hayes Smith of Rockingham County was arrested for the assault and battery of three campers. Four others face similar charges after allegedly allowing and encouraging organized fights in a separate incident. Officials say 25- thousand children attend 4-H camp each year and problems are rare.
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[Body-Invader]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Focus on Health OTS]


Chemicals that reduce the threat of fire are in many everyday products.
Now, some doctors think they could be causing us problems.
Dr. Mallika Marshall explains.

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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Boston, MA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Dr. David Ozonoff/Boston University School of Public Health; :12]
[SUPER=01-Sharon Koshar/Patient; :32]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Mallika Marshall/CBS News; :38]
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(( (NAT)
THEY ARE IN THOUSANDS OF EVERYDAY PRODUCTS: P-B-D-Es...CHEMICALS --INTENDED TO REDUCE THE SPREAD OF FIRE. AND NOW....EXPERTS SAY THEY ARE TURNING UP INSIDE THE HUMAN BODY.

SOT: DR. DAVID OZONOFF /BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

WHATEVER THESE CHEMICALS ARE DOING TO YOUR BODY-- I CAN GUARANTEE ONE THING. I KNOW THEY ARE PROBABLY NOT GOOD FOR YOU.
WHILE THERE IS NO CONCRETE RESEARCH THAT CONCLUDES P-B-D-ES ARE HARMFUL TO HUMANS-- SOME STUDIES SUGGEST UNBORN BABIES MAY BE AT RISK...WHICH IS
WHY SHARON KOSHAR--- WHO JUST HAD HER 2ND CHILD--- DECIDED TO HAVE HER

BLOOD TESTED.

SOT: SHARON KOSHAR, PATIENT

I REALLY THOUGHT THAT EVERYTHING WAS GOING TO COME OUT FINE AND COME TO FIND OUT I HAVE HIGH LEVELS OF THESE FLAME RETARDANTS.

SHARON WAS NOT ALONE. I WANTED TO SEE IF MY BODY CONTAINED THESE CHEMICALS....SO I HAD MY BLOOD DRAWN AND SENT TO A LAB...AND MY RESULTS SHOWED TRACES OF CONTAMINATION AS WELL.

SOT: DR. OZONOFF/AS FAR AS WE KNOW THERE IS NO WAY TO INSULATE

OURSELVES AGAINST THIS CHEMICAL AND THAT SHOULDN'T BE.
...SO SEVERAL STATES ARE TAKING ACTION. CALIFORNIA AND MASSACHUSETTS ARE MOVING TO PHASE OUT THE CHEMICALS...AND REPLACE THEM WITH NON-TOXIC ALERNATIVES. WHILE MEDICAL EXPERTS ARE WORRIED ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF P-B-D-Es ON THE BODY... FIRE SAFETY OFFICIALS WORRY ABOUT A COUNTRY WITHOUT A RELIABLE ALTERNATIVE FOR THESE FIRE RETARDANTS... TWO WORRIES NOT LIKELY TO BE
EXTINGUISHED-----ANYTIME SOON. DR. MALLIKA MARSHALL, CBS NEWS.
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SUGGESTED TAG:
P-B-D-Es ARE ALMOST EVERYWHERE...IN YOUR CAR....IN YOUR TELEVISION...EVEN IN YOUR BED.
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[Shrimp-Fest]


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Something's "fishy" in Salem today ... and that's exactly how officials want it.
The Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce is holding its first-ever Shrimpfest.
Debbie (Kuh-VITZ) Kavitz is here this morning to tell us more about it.
[SUPER=01-Debbie Kavitz/Salem-Roanoke Co. Chamber of Commerce]



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[take info board FS]
ShrimpFest is at Salem's Memorial Staduim tonight from five to eight.
Tickets are 20 dollars for adults and 15 dollars for children 12 and under.
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[2Open-Heads]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning......
Lawmakers promise to speed up benefits to laid off Pillowtex workers...
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And federal safety officials investigate a trench collapse that killed a Lynchburg man.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to hello]

[11Pillowtex]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=03-35 TC-11:18]
[GRAPHIC=Pillowtex]


It won't be easy, but southside lawmakers are vowing to do everything they can to re-open the former Pillowtex plant in Fieldale.
Laid-off workers heard that and other promising news Friday afternoon at the Henry County courthouse.
Justin McLeod has the details.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Georgia Hairston/Former Pillowtex Worker; :15]
[SUPER=@reynolds; :48]
[SUPER=@armstrong; 1:22]
[SUPER=@Justin2; 1:10]
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[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Henry Co.]

((((NAT SOUND OF DELEGATE ARMSTRONG SAYING AT 7:20 "IT'S GOING TO BE VERY DIFFICULT TO GET THAT PLANT RE-OPENED.))
Since that is unlikely anytime soon, officials on the local, state, and federal level are trying to help displaced workers get back on their feet.
For some, it's needed right away.
[SOT 26:44]
[IN Q=I'm just having]

((GEORGIA HAIRSTON/FORMER PILLOWTEX WORKER: I'M JUST HAVING TO CALL AND MAKE PROMISES TO PAY ON SOME OF MY BILLS. MY UTILITY BILL IS MY BIG CONCERN.))
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[OUT Q=is my big concern]


Other concerns may soon be alleviated.
Friday afternoon, the state announced it would speed up processing unemployment applications so workers can get their checks sooner.
Through the COBRA program, workers will be able to continue paying for their current health insurance with Pillowtex until September.
There's also deal the state has struck with Anthemn Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
[SOT 2:44]
[IN Q=The worker will pay]

((SENATOR ROSCOE REYNOLDS: THE WORKER WILL PAY 35-PERCENT AND THEN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WILL HAVE TO PAY 65-PERCENT.))
[Runs= 05]
[OUT Q=65-percent]


But before that can happen, the Department of Labor must first designate Pillowtex workers as losing their jobs because of foreign trade issues.
Lawmakers have written to the Secretary of Labor asking her to grant that immediately.
Meantime, they're also working to find a buyer for the Fieldale plant.
Workers however believe that is unlikely and already are looking for other jobs.
[SOT 29:50]
[IN Q=Are you hopeful?]

((RICK SHULER/FORMER PILLOWTEX WORKER: ARE YOU HOPEFUL? OH YES, WE'LL FIND SOMETHING, WE'LL SURVIVE.))
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[OUT Q=we'll survive]
[SOT ]
[IN Q=It was a profitable]

((DELGATE WARD ARMSTRONG: IT WAS A PROFITABLE PLANT, WHILE MAY BE PILLOWTEX AT LARGE WAS DOING VERY WELL, THE FIELDALE FACILITY.....BUY THE PLANT.))
[OUT Q=BUY THE PLANT]


But everyone realizes that is easier said that done.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Henry County.)) [ANCHOR TAG]
Pillowtex provided water for the entire Fieldale community and with the closure many feared they would lose their water.
The state announced Friday a 700-thousand dollar grant to provide a short term water line and eventually a permanent one.

[11Marshall-Lodge]


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Six years after fire destroyed its downtown home, Lynchburg's oldest Masonic Lodge is finally getting a new one.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/July 21, 1997]


Members were able to save the furnishings and the lodge records from the Church Street building when it was gutted in July of 1997.
Those will be placed in the new lodge being built on Wards Ferry Road.
Leaders say it took the group six years to agree on a one-story design.
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[SOT 13:56:01]
[IN Q=And finally]

((JOHN WINGFIELD/MARSHALL LODGE MOST WORSHIPFUL MASTER: AND FINALLY THE CONSENSUS WAS WITH THE AGING OF THE MEMBERSHIP THAT IT WOULD BE BETTER IF WE HAVE A ONE-STORY LODGE SO THAT WE COULD ACCOMODATE THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE UNABLE TO GET UP AND DOWN STEPS.))
[SUPER=01-John Wingfield/Marshall Lodge Most Worshipful Master]
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[OUT Q=up and down steps.]
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[VO-NAT]


The 450-thousand dollar project should be finished some time this fall.
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[11Gas-tax]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=mmu]
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A state lawmaker wants drivers to help pay for better roads at the pump.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=@file]


The Chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee says Virginia has failed to keep up with the rising costs of road repairs.
Senator Marty Williams says the state should raise the gas tax by five cents to help pay for highway maintenance.


But some Republicans say the proposal is a no-go.
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[SOT 12:24:24]
[IN Q=CLEARLY WE NEED TO FIND]

((SENATOR KEN STOLLE/(R) VIRGINIA BEACH: CLEARLY WE NEED TO FIND ADDITIONAL REVENUES FOR TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS BECAUSE THERE'S NOT SUFFICIENT REVENUE. NOW WHETHER A GASOLINE TAX IS THE ANSWER I'M NOT 100 PERCENT SURE YET.))((DELEGATE MORGAN GRIFFITH/R-SALEM: IT'S SOMETHING WE'LL HAVE TO TAKE A LOOK AT BUT I DON'T THINK RAISING TAXES WITH GAS PRICES GOING UP AS MUCH AS THEY ARE ALREADY IS THE RIGHT WAY TO DO IT.))
[SUPER=01-Sen. Ken Stolle/(R) Virginia Beach; :00]
[SUPER=@Griffith; :12]
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[OUT Q=IS THE RIGHT WAY TO DO IT.]
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[VO-NAT]

V-DOT officials say a nickel increase at the pumps would raise about 240-million dollars a year.
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[11Parkway]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=03-19 TC-1:55:31]
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Enjoy the beautiful scenic views, but keep your eyes on the road.
That's what the National Park Service is stressing to drivers on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./August 2002;]


Since 1997, the parkway has seen an alarming increase in accidents, so last year park rangers stepped up enforcement during their peak season.
Officials say the effort has paid off.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=We found that during the months]

((ED CLARKWE FOUND THAT DURING THE MONTHS OF AUGUST SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER THAT WAS WHERE THE MOST DRAMATIC PEAK OCCURRED AND ESPECIALLY ON THE WEEKENDS, SO WE BEGAN IN AUGUST HAVING EVERY AVAILABLE RANGER OUT ON THE WEEKENDS ENFORCING TRAFFIC REGULATIONS AND TRYING TO SLOW PEOPLE DOWN.))
[SUPER=01-Ed Clark/Supervisory Park Ranger]
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[OUT Q=trying to slow people down.]
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[VO-NAT]


The Parkway is also putting up more warning signs around dangerous curves.
And officials are distributing posters and pamphlets to encourage drivers to "enjoy the view, but watch the road."
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Flooding]

Seneca Hollow Road in the Elliston section of Montgomery County is closed after being washed out by heavy rain near the Norfolk and Southern tunnel. According to the fire department, a truck was trapped in high waters. The driver escaped unharmed. V-DOT expects the road to reopen sometime later today.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=jen]
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[BOTH MICS HOT]
They didn't think a lottery winner needed all that money, so the owners of a West Virginia strip club they tried to cash in on his winnings.
[ANCHOR=Brent]

But first
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[VO-NAT]

It's been done before - but it still adds new meaning to walking in someone else's shoes. See if Freaky Friday is magical for fans this time around in today's Movie Review.
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[11WV-Lottery]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=net]
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[!!!NOT AN OBVIOUS OUT!!!]
A strip club manager and his girlfriend were arrested this week, accused of stealing more than a half million dollars in cash from a Powerball Jackpot winner. Justin Gray has the story.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Kanawha Co., WV; :00]
[SUPER=01-Phil Morris/Kanawha Co. Sheriff's Department; :16]
[SUPER=01-Justin Gray/Reporting; :38]
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[OUT Q=OF CARS OUT FRONT.]


((JACK WHITTAKER'S 113 MILLION DOLLARS MAKE HIM THE BIGGEST POWERBALL WINNER IN HISTORY. POLICE SAY THE COUPLE WHO MANAGED THIS STRIP CLUB DRUGGED AND ROBBED WHITTAKER BECAUSE THEY DECIDED...HE DIDN'T NEED ALL THAT CASH! "They set him up due to the fact that he all this money and didn't need it, that was one of the statements." PINK PONY MANAGER JEFFREY CAPLENGER AND ASSISTANT MANAGER MISTY ARNOLD ARE BOTH CHARGED WITH 2ND DEGREE ROBBERY...A CHARGE THAT CARRIES A SENTENCE OF 5 TO 18 YEARS IN JAIL. STAND-UP "The pink pony's owner jack galardi has more than a dozen strip clubs in 7 states. nationwide they've seen their share of controversy and legal troubles." IN MAY HE WAS INVESTIGATED FOR ALLEGED "IMPROPER PAYMENTS" TO SAN DIEGO CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS. THE FBI IS ALO INVESTIGATING SIMILAR CHARGES IN LAS VEGAS WHERE AUTHORITIES EARLIER LOOKED INTO ALLEGED MOB TIES. ALL THIS MAKES PEOPLE WORRY ABOUT HOW THE CLUB AFFECTS THE AREA. "Well i think whenever you have a place like that comes into this area that your going to bring that element of peoplE in so those are things, it is kind of alarming." AND POLICE ARE AS ALARMED AS THE PUBLIC. "Well my personal opinion is that nobody should frequent the pink poney after something like this where they're serving knockout drops trying to steal money from you." MORRIS SAYS HE HOPES THE LIQUOR COMMISSON SHUTS DOWN THE PINK PONY. BUT TONIGHT AT LEAST...THE club STILL has A PARKING LOT FULL OF CARS OUT FRONT. ))

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[WRITER=jda]
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Eighteen local artists are finding inspiration in new surroundings... a renovated hotel in downtown Roanoke that was built 100 years ago.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Studios on the Square moved its gallery to 126 West Campbell a year and a half ago, but in recent months, artists have also occupied studios on the second and third floors.
Linda Atkinson is a sculptor who is enjoying her new space and many talented neighbors.
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[SOT 46:56]
[IN Q=It's just a wonderful]

((IT'S JUST A WONDERFUL CAMARADERIE THAT WE HAVE WITH THE OTHER ARTISTS AND THAT'S A REAL BIG BENEFIT WITH WORKING HERE.))
[SUPER=01-Linda Atkinson/Sculptor;]
[RUNS=:07]
[OUT Q=with working here.]
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[TAKE PROFILE PROMO FS]
For more on Linda Atkinson, and Studios on the Square, watch this week's Virginia Profile tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning.
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