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Today on News 7 at 5, an accident involving a train takes the life of a Franklin County man.
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Also the F-B-I is still trying to determine if a man killed by a bomb was a victim or a criminal.
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[Weather-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
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The local atmosphere is loaded with tropical moisture and that could mean really heavy rain at times over the next few days.

[Medical-Head]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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Also former Henry County administrator Sid Clower walks out of prison.
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[VO-NAT]

On Health Check, a new product could help people see the aging process a little more clearly.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

Plus Roanoke City Council wants the school system to restore residents' confidence.
News 7 at 5 is next.

[5-Clower]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=503-02 28:04]
[GRAPHIC=Sid Clower]


Sid Clower is out of prison, but he's not done serving his time just yet.
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[VO-NAT]
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The former Henry County administrator left the Rustburg Correctional Unit today.
[SUPER=03-Henry Co./Last Year;]


He'll spend the next three months in a work-release program in Chatham.
Clower served 400 days for embezzling more than 800-thousand dollars from the county Public Service Authority.
He's repaid about a quarter of it.
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[SOT 00:54]
[IN Q=They county's gotten back]

((TIM HALL: THE COUNTY'S GOTTEN BACK ABOUT 200-THOUSAND DOLLARS AND THAT'S REALLY ALL WE CAN GET OUR HANDS ON NOW. THAT'S FROM THE SALE OF HIS HOME AND HIS RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS, HIS VACATION AND SICK PAY, AND SO WE'VE REALLY TAPPED INTO ALL WE CAN TAP INTO UNTIL HE GOES BACK TO WORK AND WE CAN PRODUCE REVENUE THAT WAY. ))
[SUPER=01-Tim Hall/Henry County Spokesman;]
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[OUT Q=revenue that way.]
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[VO-NAT]


After Clower finishes his work release program, he'll be on supervised probation for 20 years.
He's SUPPOSED to complete it in Henry County, but he's allowed to leave the area if he gets special permission.
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[5-Train-Fatal]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tha]
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A train struck and killed a man lying on the tracks in Franklin County early this morning.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]

State police have identified the man as 25- year old Christopher Michael Coe of Callaway. According to Norfolk Southern, the train turned a corner and engineers saw Coe lying beside his bicycle on the tracks.
The train attempted to stop, but was unable to, and struck Coe. The incident happened on a stretch of tracks underneath a small private bridge on Blue Street near Boones Mill. Coe was pronounced dead at the scene.
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[5-City-Council]


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Roanoke's municipal auditor says he believes another review of school discipline reports would help to restore public confidence in the school system.
Today, members of Roanoke City Council agreed.
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[VO-NAT]


Virginia Education officials recently visited the city schools to review procedures for reporting crime and violence to the state.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


But today, Municipal Auditor Drew Harmon said the state team did not consider the extent of the under reporting problem, or determine if mistakes were intentional.
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((DREW HARMON/MUNICIPAL AUDITOR: MY SENSE IS THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REVIEW WAS NOT DESIGNED TO ANSWER THOSE QUESTIONS. AND IN THE END DID NOT. AND THAT IT WOULD BE BETTER, SOONER THAN LATER TO TRY TO ANSWER THOSE QUESTIONS.))
[SUPER=01-Drew Harmon/Municipal Auditor; :]
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[OUT Q=try to answer those questions.]
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The decision to order another audit rests with the School Board.
Members of city council, who serve on the City audit committee, are encouraging the school board to take the city auditor's advice.
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[5-bomb-Death]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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Authorities now say it was a homemade bomb strapped to an alleged bank robber's neck- that cost him his life.
Now authorities are trying to figure out if the man was forced to wear the device- as he claimed.
Drew Levinson has more.
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[SUPER=01-Bob Rudge/FBI;]
[SUPER=@Levinson2;]
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(( The FBI says the metal collar found around the neck of a pizza deliveryman...and suspected bank robber was apparently designed to do one thing -hold a bomb. BOB RUDGE/FBI: "IT IS NOT LIKELY THAT WAS COMMERCIALLY MANUFACTURED AND WE DO NOT BELIEVE IT HAS ANY LEGITIMATE INDUSTRIAL USE." 46-year old Brian Wells was arrested just after he robbed a bank in Erie, Pennsylvania. He told authorities he was forced to steal the money after someone attached the bomb to his body. Wells pleaded for help, but before the bomb squad could arrive, it exploded. Home made ....yet sophisticated in its use--the collar looks like a big handcuff. (dissolve) It was locked around Wells' neck and the bomb was attached to it.
RUDGE: "YOU CAN SEE A SEQUENCE OF FOUR LOCKS AND ALSO A DIAL COMBINATION LOCK ABOVE THAT AREA. It all started early Thursday afternoon when somebody ordered a pizza. Wells delivered the pie to a rural spot near a television tower located at the end of a dirt road. 20 minutes later Wells walked into a bank with a bulge under his T-shirt and a note demanding cash. Police arrested him just a few blocks away and 40 minutes later the bomb went off. The FBI is trying to determine if Wells could have put the bomb on himself. RUDGE: THERE ARE TWO PEOPLE, THERE ARE REALLY TWO GROUPS OF PEOPLE WHO KNOW HOW THIS THING WAS DETONATED OR EXPLODED AND THAT IS THE MAKER AND LAW ENFORCEMENT." Adding to the mystery--one of Wells co-workers was found dead Sunday inside his home--police don't know if it's connected. Adding to the mystery--one of Wells co-workers at the Pizzeria was found dead Sunday--police don't know if it's connected. Drew Levinson, CBS News.))

[5-Iraq-Bomb]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Another American Life is lost in Iraq- this time during military manuevers. A blackhawk chopper went down south of Baghdad killing one and injuring another.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;]


And more violence in Baghdad- a car bomb attack today outside Baghdad's main police station-
Baghdad's police chief may have been the target- but the U-S backed chief was not in his office.
The blast killed an Iraqi officer and injured many more. It also set fire to gas tanks in nearby cars- and dealt yet another blow to efforts to stablize Iraq.
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[5-Facial-recognition]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=mmu]
[TAPE#=503-01 45:14]
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The American Civil Liberties Union says Virginia Beach's facial recognition technology is a failure and they're trying to get the data to prove it.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


The group filed a Freedom of Information Act request today.
They are seeking detailed information on the use of the technology at Virginia Beach.
Facial recognition cameras are intended to match the faces of pedestrians with mug shots of wanted criminals.
But Tampa, Florida recently decided to abandon their face-identifying system after using it for two years without a single match.
That leaves Virginia Beach as the only city in the country where the technology is in use.
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((KENT WILLIS/ACLU OF VIRGINIA: THIS IS A TECHNOLOGY THAT IS BEING SOLD AS SOMETHING THAT WORKS AND IT DOESN'T WORK. VIRGINIA BEACH TAXPAYERS PAID A LOT OF MONEY TO HAVE THIS SYSTEM AND IF IT DOESN'T WORK THEY NEED TO KNOW THAT. OUR REAL CONCERN IS NOT THAT IT DOESN'T WORK BUT THAT IT'S AN INVASION OF PRIVACY.))
[SUPER=01-Kent Willis/ACLU of Va.]
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[OUT Q=IT'S AN INVASION OF PRIVACY.]
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[VO-NAT]


The A-C-L-U says Logan Airport in Boston recently tested facial recognition technology designed to catch terrorists.
That experiment was deemed a failure.
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[HARD MUSIC UNDER]
[ANCHOR=Jean]


A leading Democrat makes it official... He wants to be the next President of the United States. We'll have that story next.
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[VO-NAT ]

Also after battling a health crisis, a former Hokie basketball player is heading back to class. We'll have an update on Rayna Dubose after the break.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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The Presidential campaign is kicking into higher gear even if it is more than a year away- today Democrat John Kerry officially threw his name in the race.
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The Massachusetts Senator says his Vietnam war record and legislative experience give him the credentials to take on President Bush.
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((SEN. JOHN KERRY: GEORGE BUSHS VISION DOES NOT LIVE UP THE AMERICA I ENLISTED IN THE NAVY TO DEFEND, THE AMERICA I FOUGHT FOR IN THE SENATE, THE AMERICA I HOPE TO LEAD AS PRESIDENT.))
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[Vo-nat 11 plus pad]
Kerry criticized the President's handling of the war in Iraq and the economy- but did not offer specifics on any of his own agenda.
He made his official announcement with the U-S-S Yorktown behind him.
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[5-Difinity]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=502-11 1:11:15]
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In healthcheck tonight, a closer look at an eye disorder that you either already have or will develop in a matter of time.
[ANCHOR=Jean 2-shot]

Jennifer Wishon is here with details. Jean - we've all seen people struggle with a book or newspaper trying to see it better.
[ANCHOR=Jenn]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1]

It's a common disorder called Presbyopia and, according to doctors, starts affecting people in their early 40s. There's currently no cure for the disorder, but there are different options for treatment.
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((FOR PEOPLE LIKE MISTER MIME WHO ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THEIR APPEARANCE, BI-FOCALS AREN'T ALWAYS THE BEST OPTION.))
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Johnson and Johnson representatives were on the market in Roanoke today using a creative marketing technique to help educate people about a new product.
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[IN Q=We had our special]

((RANON MASLIYAH: WE HAD OUR SPECIAL MISTER MIME COME OUT AND SHOW EVERYBODY SOME USES OF THE DIFINITY LENS AND WE HAVE SOME SPECIAL SKITS IN STORE FOR EVERYBODY AND THEY'VE BEEN SEEING THEM SO FAR TODAY AT THE MARKET.))
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The Difinity spectacle lens helps people who suffer from presbyopia move closer and farther away from objects without having to move their head like they would if they were wearing bi-focals.
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[IN Q=They take a bi-focal]

((DR. JONATHAN TILL: THEY TAKE A BI-FOCAL AND BLEND IT. SO THERE'S NO SHARP TRANSITION BETWEEN DISTANCE AND NEAR. SO THE GOOD POINT ABOUT IT IS YOU HAVE MULTIPLE RANGES OF FOCUS AS YOU MOVE YOUR HEAD UP AND DOWN. THE BAD POINT IS YOU HAVE A LIMITED AMOUNT OF SIDE RANGE. IN OTHER WORDS IF YOU MOVE YOUR EYES FROM SIDE TO SIDE YOU FALL OUT OF THE BI-FOCAL.))
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According to Dr. Till, Presbyopia or hardening of the eye's lenses is just a part of getting older.
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((DR. JONATHAN TILL: PRESBYOPIA IS AN AGING PROCESS THAT OCCURS TO EYES. IT HAPPENS TO MANY DIFFERENT SPECIES, HUMANS, MONKEYS, JUST ABOUT ALL OF THEM, AND IT'S WHERE THE RANGE OF FOCUS COLLAPSES SO THAT, THAT INDIVIDUAL CAN'T FOCUS FAR AWAY AND UP CLOSE WITHOUT THE NEED FOR SOME KIND OF GLASSES.))
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Reading glasses bi-focals, including the Difinity spectacles and bi-focal contacts are currently the only way to treat presbyopia.
[ANCHOR=Jean/Jenn]

But Jean, Dr. Till says he anticipates new treatments in the near future that will reverse or at least delay the disorder.

[5-dUBOSE]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#=503-03 34;47]
[GRAPHIC=Meningitis]


A new study says many children are not getting the vaccine that protects against bacterial meningitis.
Researchers say Prevnar is too expensive.
Some insurance plans will not cover it because of the cost -- about 260 dollars for the series of four shots.
One person who knows how devastating meningitis can be is former Hokie basketball player Rayna Dubose. After battling the disease, she's finally returning to school.
John Frankel has more.
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[SUPER=01-Bonnie Henrickson/VT Women's Basketball Coach; 1:59 QUICK]
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((FOR THE FRESHMEN -- IT IS A WORLD OF UNKNOWNS -- FOR RAYNA DUBOSE - SHE'S JUST HAPPY TO BE BACK.
JF - Rayna -- walk and talk on va. tech campus JF -- do you look at it as starting over again? RAYNA - no, as continuing. coming off a break.
A BAD BREAK FOR RAYNA. IN APRIL OF 2002 SHE WAS WINDING DOWN HER FRESHMAN YEAR AT VA. TECH. SHE HAD PLAYED WELL AS A SCHOLARSHIP ATHLETE FOR THE BASKETBALL TEAM, HAD MADE LOTS OF FRIENDS AND WAS ENJOYING CAMPUS LIFE. game b-roll, game b-roll, team photo

- RAYNA - I thought I was just really tired. I didn't know what it was 'cuz a few times during the year i had been diagnosed with dehydration, not drinking enough water and just getting enough fluids in my body from workout out so much.
JF - Rayna's parents in their house - JF what was the worst nightmare you thought maybe you'd get a phone call about? WILLIE DUBOSE dad - well, how long it's going to take her to graduate... but what has happened to her, that's the last thing we expected to hear though.
WHAT THEY HEARD WAS, DESPITE RAYNA RECEIVING A SCHOOL-REQUIRED VACCINE - SHE HAD CONTRACTED BACTERIAL MENINGITIS. IN 36 HOURS THE INFECTION WAS RACING THROUGH HER BODY. photos on 3
- WILLIE - besides her being in a coma everything was going south. Her kidneys shut down completely. She had a heart attack.// - ... and in the next couple of days the progression started where actually her fingertips, her hands were slowly dying.
SO WAS RAYNA. AND DOCTORS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MEDICAL CENTER WERE LEFT WITH ONE OPTION. - RAYNA - i remember them telling me that they were going to have to do it, because all the blood had stopped running to my fingers and my toes, and i just remember being real scared.
- WILLIE & ANDY DUBOSE mom and dad - that was -- a bad day, devastating. a terrible day. i looked at the physician and of course my first question is -- you going to take my babies hands and feet.
AFTER THREE WEEKS IN A COMA -- DOCTORS AMPUTATED RAYNA'S HANDS AND FEET.

- COACH HENRICKSON - her first question was -- will I walk? her second question was - will I play? her third one was, can I come back to school?
nat pop + rehab ftg FOLLOWING EXTENSIVE REHAB - RAYNA IS DETERMINED TO LET NOTHING SLOW HER DOWN. ALTHOUGH SHE CAN'T PLAY BASKETBALL SHE HAS HER SCHOLARSHIP AND WILL BE A STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH.
JF - does this place hold good memories for you or bad memories for you or is it a mixed bag? no, good memories. I don't think about what happened. I try not to let it bring me down.
RAYNA WILL CONTINUE TO MAKE UP FOR LOST TIME -- BUT SHE MAY NEVER FIND OUT HOW SHE GOT MEINGITIS. FOR THE EARLY SHOW, JON FRANKEL, CBS NEWS, BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA. ))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=Five]
[WRITER=bwa]
[TAPE#=]
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Coming up today in Sports, U-V-A goes to plan "B" after its Heisman candidate falls to injury.
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[VO]
Plus Virginia Tech loses its backup quarterback, but its not to injury. Steve Mason will have the latest.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#=Tease3]
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A major deal could be in the works for one of big television networks. We'll have the details next.
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[VO-NAT]

Then a little bit later, some students get a real world education by working outside the classroom.
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[Comm 3]

[5Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Marketwatch]

On Wall Street today, the stock markets surged higher behind some good economic reports. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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((INVESTORS RETURNED FROM THE LONG HOLIDAY WEEKEND WITH AN APPETITE FOR STOCKS THANKS TO ANOTHER STRONG REPORT ON THE FACTORY SECTOR
THE DOW RACED AHEAD TRIPLED DIGITS, UP 107 POINTS
THE NASDAQ ROCKETED 31 POINTS TO CLOSE AT A 17 MONTH HIGH.
COMPUTER RELATED STOCKS INCLUDING IBM, DELL AND ORACLE RALLIED AFTER GOLDMAN SACHS PREDICTED THAT SPENDING ON TECHNOLOGY WILL PICK UP LATER THIS YEAR.
A DEAL IS IN THE WORKS THAT WOULD CREATE THE WORLD'S SIXTH BIGGEST MEDIA COMPANY. SHARES OF VIVENDI UNIVERSAL RALLIED 6.5 PERCENT AFTER AGREEING TO TALK EXCLUSIVELY WITH GENERAL ELECTRIC'S NBC UNIT ON THE POSSIBLE SALE OF ITS UNIVERSAL FILM, TELEVISION AND THEME PARK BUSINESS.
AT&T IS SUING ITS BANKRUPT RIVAL MCI.. ACCUSING MCI OF SCHEMING TO IMPROPERLY ROUTE CALLS THROUGH CANADA AND ONTO AT&T'S NETWORK TO AVOID EXPENSIVE CONNECTION FEES.
AND There's a new slogan at the golden arches.
McDonald's is launching the new catchphrase "I'm lovin' it" at the end of this month.. The fast food giant hopes it will connect better with moms and kids.
track all the after the bell action at cbs.mw.com... In New York, I'm Alexis Christoforous
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[S5-Tech]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-150 4305TC]
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Good afternoon folks. Virginia Tech will be without linebacker Brandon Manning and quarterback Marcus Vick on Saturday. Both have been suspended for the JMU game, although the reason for the suspensions is not being revealed. Mike Stevens has more from Blacksburg.
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[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/17th Season at Virginia Tech; :17]
[SUPER=01-Jake Grove/Va Tech Senior Captain; :28]
[SUPER=01-DeAngelo Hall/Va. Tech Cornerback & Receiver; :39]
[SUPER=01-Kevin Jones/Va. Tech Running Back; :49]
[SUPER=@mike1; 1:02]
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[OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."]
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[S5-UVA]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-157 22:28]
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UVa quarterback Matt Schaub's injured right shoulder gives red shirt freshman Anthony Martinez another chance this weekend. He will start against South Carolina.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]

Martinez threw his first college touchdown pass and a 39 yard strike to Art Thomas in leading the Wahoos over Duke. He will continue to copy Schaub in his play again the Gamecocks.
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Groh likes Martinez's potential and the fact that he entered the Duke game when it was 3-nothing and left when the count was 27-zero.
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[SUPER=01-Al Groh/UVa Head Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=......brought his team home"]
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[ANCHOR=steve]



That's it for Sports. We'll see you at six.

[5-Hollins-Service]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5 p.m.]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=None]


New students at Hollins University are getting a lesson in the real world.
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[VO-NAT :18]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke County;]

As part of their freshman orientation, nearly 2-hundred students today participated in the school's Day of Service. The annual event matched up volunteers with ten local organizations including Explore Park. One group took up paint brushes, others carried trash bags all in an effort beautify the grounds.
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[IN Q=I think that digging holes...]

((LYDIA BERESFORD/HOLLINS FRESHMAN: I THINK THAT PAINTING FENCES IS KIND OF LIKE DIGGING HOLES... IT'S REALLY HUMBLING.)) ((LYNDA CALKIN/DAY OF SERVICE COORDINATOR: WE DO THIS BECAUSE HOLLINS DOESN'T EXIST IN A VACUUM BUT IS PART OF THE COMMUNITY. AND WE WANT TO INTRODUCE OUR STUDENTS TO THAT COMMUNITY.))
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[SUPER=01-Lynda Calkin/Day of Service Coordinator;:06]
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