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Coming up on News 7 tonight-
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Some local people get a sneak preview of the The movie the Passion of Christ- We'll hear what they think.
More fallout from Janet Jackson's move. She gets the boot again.
And full court press takes on new meaning when there's a collision on the court.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 at Eleven is next.

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Some say Radford's missing out by not turning this old factory into a home for troubled teenagers.
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[Concept-One]


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A Radford Company says it's stunned that city council essentially turned down a request that would have brought dozens of new jobs to the city.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Radford;]


New River Industries thought it had finally found a real prospect for its old plant on main street.
The building has been sitting empty for 4-years.
Concept One wanted the land rezoned so it could create a private school for troubled 15 to 17 year olds.
Last night a Radford city council member made a motion to approve the rezoning, but no one would second it... basically denying the request.
An N-R-I spokesperson calls the decision short sighted.
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[SOT42:26:00]
[IN Q=The fact that ]

((KEN EHRHARDT: THE FACT THAT THE ZONING DISCUSSION WOULD PREEMPT ANYONE FROM BRINGING IN 60 TO 100 JOBS TO THE AREA FOR THE A LONG HAUL COMMITMENT IS UNCONCIOUABLE. I DON'T KNOW HOW THEY COULD DO THAT.))
[SUPER=01-Ken Ehrhardt/New River Industries;]
[RUNS=:18]
[OUT Q=they could do that.]
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Several Radford council members expressed concerns all along with losing a prime industrial site.
Ehrhardt says Concept-One left Radford for good last night and won't continue negotiating for the building.
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[Passion-Reaction]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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It is one of the most talked about movies in recent memory.
Tomorrow, the Passion of the Christ will open in theaters but some got a sneak peek today. [***PASSION GRAPHIC***]
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Justin McLeod talked to someone who saw it. Justin, what did he think?
Jean, this local minister says it is "unreal."
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[SUPER=@justin1]


The last religious movie to get this much attention was the Last Temptation of Christ.
Unlike that film, Christians are embracing Mel Gibson's movie.
But it's also generating plenty of passionate debate.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=04-"The Passion of the Christ"; :00]
[SUPER=01-Rev. Chris Lewis/First Baptist Church of Roanoke; :14]
[SUPER=01-Rabbi Manes Kogan/Beth Israel Synagogue; :57]
[SUPER=01-Kathy Chittum/Grandin Theatre; 1:20]
[RUNS=1:25]
[OUT Q=RENT OUT SPECIAL SHOWS]

((((NAT SOUND OF THE FILM))
The Passion of the Christ depicts the last twelve hours of Jesus' life.
It is a film one local minister says is a must see.
[SOT 5:30:23]
[IN Q=It was just an experience]

((REV. CHRIS LEWIS/FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ROANOKE: IT WAS JUST AN EXPERIENCE THAT YOU LEAVE THE THEATER WITH THE QUESTION ON YOUR MIND WHAT DO I DO WITH WHAT I JUST EXPERIENCED.)) [Runs06]
[OUT Q=I JUST EXPERIENCED]


An experience Rev Lewis admits is intense.
The movie is considered the most graphic depiction of Christ's death ever put on film.
But it's not the violence that is getting all the attention, it's whether the movie is anti-semitic.
[SOT 5:33:41]
[IN Q=I tried to watch]

((REV. CHRIS LEWIS/FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF ROANOKE: I TRIED TO WATCH THE FILM WITH THE ALL THE CRITICISMS IN THE BACK OF MY MIND AND I JUST SIMPLY DIDN'T SEE ANY TYPE OF ANTI SEMITIC MESSAGE.)) [Runs08]
[OUT Q=anti-semitic message]


But some believe the movie blames Jews for Christ's death.
One local rabbi who hasn't the seen film but knows enough of the controversy fears not the message of the movie but rather the reaction to it.
[SOT 5:40:10]
[IN Q=People who will be]

((RABBI MANES KOGAN/BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE: PEOPLE WHO WILL BE EXPOSED TO THE MOVIE WILL HAVE A DIFFICULTY UNDERSTANDING THAT OTHER PEOPLE HAVE THE RIGHT TO BELIEVE DIFFERENTLY.)) [Runs11]
[OUT Q=to believe differently]


Rabbi Kogan hasn't decide whether he'll see the movie.
But plenty of people in the Roanoke Valley have decided to see it.
The Grandin Theater has sold over 400 advance tickets.
[SOT 5:48:08]
[IN Q=It's huge]

((KATHY CHITTUM/GRANDIN THEATER: IT'S HUGE. WE'VE PROBABLY HAD OVER 20 CHURCHES CALL US TO FIND OUT IF THEY CAN RENT OUT SPECIAL SHOWS.)) [Runs07]
[OUT Q=RENT OUT SPECIAL SHOWS]))
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Other movie theaters in our area are also seeing brisk advance ticket sales.
First Baptist Church of Roanoke for example has already purchased nearly two thousand tickets.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /BAM;]


Jean, it is important to point out Rev Lewis says since the movie is so graphic no one under twelve should see it.

[Gay-Marriage]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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President Bush has said all along he's against gay marriage, but today he went a step further- urging Congress to pass a constitutional amendment banning just that.
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[SOT ]
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((THE AMENDMENT SHOULD FULLY PROTECT MARRIAGE WHILE LEAVING STATE LEGISLATURES FREE TO MAKE THEIR OWN CHOICES FOR LEGAL ARRANGEMENTS OTHER THAN MARRIAGE.))
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[OUT Q=OTHER THAN MARRIAGE.]
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[Super=03-San Francisco, CA;]


The president's statements have fired up what is already a controversial issue- as gay couples continue to wed in defiance of the law in San Francisco.
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[SOT ]

((CHIP LENNO/NEWLYWED: I THINK IT'S VERY SAD THAT THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES WANTS TO USE THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROCESS TO DENY RIGHTS TO ITS CITIZENRY.))
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[SUPER=01-Chip Lenno/Newlywed;]
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[OUT Q=to its citizenry.]
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[vo-nat]
Even if Congress passes an amendment it would need ratification by three quarters of the states.
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[Falwell-Marriage]


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The Reverend Jerry Falwell says President Bush's timing is just right.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Falwell says Bush is showing some political courage by bringing the issue to the forefront in an election year.. Some conservatives had hoped to get him involved earlier.
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[SOT 2:53:39]
[IN Q=Conservatives are like]

((REV. JERRY FALWELL/LIBERTY U. CHANCELLOR: CONSERVATIVES ARE LIKE LIBERALS, WE HAVE PEOPLE WHO WANT EVERYTHING DONE YESTERDAY. BUT A MAN WHO IS RUNNING FOR THE WHITE HOUSE AND WHO REPRESENTS ALL THE PEOPLE HAS GOT TO CAREFULLY WEIGH EVERY DECISION, EVERY PRONOUNCEMENT. AND I THINK THE PRESIDENT'S RIGHT ON TIME, I THINK THOSE WHO MIGHT HAVE BEEN A LITTLE IMPATIENT ARE SHOUTING HALLELUJAH TODAY.))
[SUPER=01-Rev. Jerry Falwell/Liberty U. Chancellor]
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[OUT Q=shouting hallelujah today.]
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[VO-NAT]


Falwell says it's going to be extremely tough for any politician to vote against the amendment in an election year.
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[Remington]


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An inmate on death row has taken his own life.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN PINNACLE] The autopsy has not been completed, but the group called "Virginians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty" says Jeffrey Alan Remington was found hanging in his cell at 3:35 yesterday morning. The 39 year old inmate had been serving a 42 year sentence for an abduction, robbery and rape in Richmond a decade ago.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[SS=HOLD]

In the year 2000, he and another prisoner at the Augusta Correctional Center fatally stabbed a fellow inmate 68 times.
That's what put Remington on death row.

[Holcomb]


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A former Giles County pastor accused of molesting several children took the stand in his own defense today.
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[SUPER=03-Giles Co.]


53-year old Roger Holcomb faces four counts of aggravated sexual battery and two counts of taking indecent liberties with a child.
The former pastor of the Pembroke Church of God is accused of molesting three children.
Holcomb testified today that he did not molest the children, but under cross examination by prosecutors he did admit that one of the children touched his private parts three times.
Holcomb says all 3-touches were accidents or unintentional.
Closing arguments are expected tomorrow morning.
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[Stewart]


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Martha Stewart will not take the stand in her own defense.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY]


Stewart's attorneys today said they will call just one more witness and it won't be Stewart.
Stewart's business manager took the stand today- saying that weeks before Stewart sold her Imclone stock- her stock broker set up a safeguard to sell the shares if they fell to 60.
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[SOT]

((WENDY MURPHY/FORMER PROSECUTOR; IT WAS SOMEBODY FRIENDLY TO HER SO THERE IS A BIAS PROBLEM.))
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[OUT Q=a bias problem.]
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[vo-nat 13 plus pad]
But on cross examination, prosecutors pointed out the business manager had no proof on paper.. no notes, no emails to back up the conversation with the stockbroker.
Martha Stewart's trial is expected to wrap up this week.
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[Jackson-Acting]


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More fallout for Janet Jackson over her breast baring stunt at the Superbowl.
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[SUPER=03-Houston, TX/February 1;]


She's now lost an acting job because of it.
The newspaper Variety reports Jackson's been scrubbed from an ABC TV movie about the life of singer Lena Horne. The paper says an angry 86 year old Horne pressured ABC to drop Jackson from the project.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Haitian rebels answer a U-S peace proposal.
The latest from the troubled country when News 7 returns.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The military]

((THE MILITARY IS A NATURAL TARGET FOR SCAM ARTISTS. I'M STACY CASE. I'LL HAVE THAT STORY COMING UP.))
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[OUT Q=that story coming up.]



[Sports-preview]


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[OUT Q=THE BIG 7."]

(( Hey folks - Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports Office as high school regionals open with a bang tonight. We'll have the highlights of five quarterfinal game, plus the Express gets it done in thethird period tonight against Bakersfield. And forget about the Butler - the Billet does it again as UVa beats Carolina - tonight on the Big 7.))[Military-Scams]

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You know U-S troops are in harm's way daily.
What you may not know is they're also a target at home.
Scam artists are preying on the military and their families.
Stacy Case sheds light one of the most common scams.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Fayetteville, NC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Lynn Cayo/Military Wife; :15]
[SUPER=@case1; 1:15]
[SUPER=01-Betsy Broder/Federal Trade Commission; 1:32]
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[OUT Q=CBS NEWS FAYETTEVILLE, NC]

((NAT: wife w/ baby TRACK: THIS FORT BRAGG MILITARY WIFE AND BABY VICTORIA CAN'T WAIT FOR DADDY TO COME HOME. NAT: ... streets of iraq TRACK: THE DAILY DANGER IN IRAQ IS STRESS ENOUGH, WITHOUT THE ADDED DANGER NAT: .... opening door
TRACK: ----- AT HER DOORSTEP.

SUPER: LYNN CAYO/MILITARY WIFE it was just like he was really pushing for that sale a little too hard. TRACK:THE SALESMAN WAS HOCKING LIFE INSURANCE-- NAT: iraq
TRACK: WITH MORE THAN 540 MILITARY DEATHS IN IRAQ--- THE POLICY SEEMED A NECESSITY. THE SELLER KNEW JUST WHICH BUTTO

NS TO PUSH. SUPER: LYNN CAYO/MILITARY WIFE we're at a point where we need to think about our future so on and so forth. TRACK: FAKE OR REAL, BUT OVERPRICED-- LIFE INSURANCE SCHEMES ARE ONE OF THE BIGGEST TRAPS TARGETING THE MILITARY. TH
E GOAL--- TO GET RICH BY MAKING MILITARY MEMBERS PAY BIG.
SOT: LYNN CAYO/MILITARY WIFE

if we signed up we were going to get a bonus. a check Q:stacy: did you get that check? A:lynn: never, never never got the check. TRACK: CAYO IS LUCKY. SHE SIGNED UP, BUT CANCELED THE POLICY. THEN GOT A CALL FROM AN INVESTIGATOR ABOUT THE SALESMAN.
SUPER: LYNN CAYO/MILITARY WIFE
she told me... (BUTT) there have been some scams going on.
GRAPHIC/TRACK: SERVICE MEMBERS CAN ALREADY GET GOVERNMENT TERM LIFE INSURANCE FOR ONLY $12 A MONTH. MANY DON'T EVEN REALIZE IT'S AVAILABLE. AND THE DISREPUTABLE SELLERS PUSH POLICIES COSTING $100.
STAND UP BRIDGE: STACY CASE/REPORTING
THE MILITARY RECOGNIZES THE PROBLEM AND ALONG WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION IS TAKING SOME STEPS TO STOP IT.
NAT: computer click TRACK: IT'S A DATABASE CALLED "MILITARY SENTINEL," DESIGNED TO TRACK SCAMMERS... A PLACE WHERE MILITARY FAMILIES CAN ALSO REPORT PROBLEMS ANONYMOUSLY. SUPER: BETSY BRODER/FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION
It also lets dod and each of these branches know when they have a particular problem at a particular base.

TRACK: WITH HER SALESMAN NOW UNDER INVESTIGATION-- THIS MILITARY WIFE HAS A MESSAGE FOR OTHER WOULD-BE SCAMMERS
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SOT: we've got our eyes wide open.

STACY CASE CBS NEWS FAYETTEVILLE, NC))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Tomorrow on News 7 at Eleven, how attempts to stretch already tight budgets can get many military families in deeper trouble.

[Haiti]


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Haitian rebels have rejected a U-S backed peace plan.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Port au Prince, Haiti;]

The plan would have kept Jean-Bertrand Aristide as president. However, he would have diminished powers and be compelled to share government with his rivals. But rebels control half the country now, and they say no deal that keeps Aristede in power will move forward. Aristide says thousands of Haitians could take to boats and head to Florida like they did in the early 90's to escape.

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[Morocco-Quake]


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A powerful earthquake hits Morocco today- killing more than 560 people- and injuring hundreds more.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Al Hoceima, Morocco;]


The quake struck while most people slept.
Rescuers are now using pick axes and dogs searching for survivors who may be trapped.
The mud and stone homes crumbled easily when the six point five magnitude quake hit.
Most victims are likely women, children and the elderly. Many men in the region emigrate to the Netherlands and Germany in search of work.
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[Boys-Girls]


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A partnership between Roanoke City Schools and the local Boys and Girls Clubs will extend after-school activities to 12- hundred children in northwest Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Two new Boys and Girls Clubs are slated to open, first at Forest Park Elementary this Spring, and at the new Academy for Mathematics and Science next January.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=It's what they need]

((FAYE WOOD/FOREST PARK PRINCIPAL: IT'S WHAT THEY NEED TO BROADEN THEIR HORIZONS, BECAUSE MANY OF THEM DON'T GET BEYOND THEIR COMMUNITY. AND WE HAVE WONDERFULLY BRIGHT CHILDREN WHO CAN BE BENEFITS TO OUR SOCIETY IN THE FUTURE, BUT THEY NEED TO BE SHAPED AND MOLDED AND THAT'S WHAT THE GIRLS AND BOYS CLUB PROVIDES AFTER HOURS FOR OUR CHILDREN.))
[SUPER=01-Faye Wood/Forest Park Principal;]
[RUNS=:17]
[OUT Q=for our children.]
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[VO-NAT]


By partnering with the city schools, the Boys and Girls Clubs organization estimates it will save five million dollars on new construction.
The group is launching a fund drive for operating expenses, and today celebrated a 250- thousand dollar contribution from Delta Dental Plan of Virginia.
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[Tease2]
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A Roanoke landmark could be lighting up a new part of town... if preservationists can raise the cash.
We'll explain when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus some area schoolkids get a life-sized lesson in fighting bacteria.
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[Commercial]

[Antibiotics]


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Forget the books -- students at Burlington Elementary...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


got their lesson today from the Super bugs. Stan and Stella travel to schools throughout Virginia teaching children how to fight germs, particularly bacteria like themselves.
It's part of program started by Anthem and the Virginia Department of Health to bring attention to the misuse of antibiotics.
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[SOT 7:59:56]
[IN Q=Overuse of antibiotics is not safe]

((MARY BROWN/ROANOKE CO. SCHOOL NURSE: OVERUSE OF ANTIBIOTICS IS NOT SAFE. THERE ARE SO MANY ANTIBIOTICS THAT WE'VE ALREADY BECOME RESISTANT TO THAT WE CAN'T USE ANYMORE BECAUSE OF OVER USE))
[SUPER=01-Mary Brown/Roanoke Co. School Nurse]
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[OUT Q=because of over use]
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The students learned that it's important not to share medication and to always finish whatever the doctor gives them.
They also found out what they can do to get the superbugs --to bug off.
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[NAT SOT 7:27:00, can cover part of sound with video]
[IN Q=Soap and water]
((NAT SOT SINGING: SOAP AND WATER WASH AND SCRUB GET THOSE GERMS OFF RUB A DUB))
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[OUT Q=off rub a dub]
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[VO-NAT]


The program is available for free to any Virginia school.
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[S-Extra]


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High school regional highlights from throughout the region, plus the Express was home tonight, and UVa battled UNC here on Your Hometown Station. But first tonight's Extra Point -
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Concord, NC; :00]

The folks at the Lowe's Motor Speedway announced this afternoon that this year's May all-star race formerly known as the "Winston" will have a new name. It will be known as the Nextel All-star challenge. It will have a total purse of more than $4 million bucks. This is the 18th straight year it has been held in Charlotte.
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[S-UVA]


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The Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball team was thrown in the dumpster several weeks ago and team's coach has had his future debated from one end of the state to the other.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Raycom-JP; :00]

Most believed that Pete Gillen had to beat 12th ranked North Carolina tonight, or the show was over. But the show is never over when you can shoot from the outside and Roanoke's J.R. Reynolds did a great job in the first half of keeping UVa within shouting distance of the 12th ranked Heels. JR had 14 and Devin Smith hit for 20 points. But the man was once again Todd Billet. Down by a point with under 15 seconds to play - Billet ripped another three point game winner.
[super=33-North Carolina #12/72/Virginia/74;]

UVa kicks up its Heels at Carolina's expense beating UNC 74 to 72.
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[S-Salem]


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In high school playoff action, Salem hosted Alleghany in the Region III tournament first round.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Mountaineers vs. Spartans; :00]


Salem would face a talented and very athletic Alleghany team, and at the head of the class is Mountaineer junior Bosco Williams. Watch him take the rock and go in hard for the hoop.
Salem would answer as A. J Dowell makes the nice defensive play, knocking the ball away. Dowell passes the rock down court to Chris Adams who hits the bucket.
[SUPER=33-Salem/57/Alleghany/44;]Jeremy Haskins keeps the Spartans run going with this hoop and Salem is up by five

points in the first quarter and the Spartans win 57-44 and will play in the region III semi-finals Thursday at Appomattox.
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[S-Fleming]


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[WRITER=mst]
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The upset of the night was just behind the Digital Broadcast Center where Pulaski County ended William Fleming's season with a 15 point win.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Pulaski Co. vs. William Fleming; :00]

Mark Hanks and the Cougars split with Fleming curing the regular season. Pulaski's Ernie Hodge will take it inside in the second half and use a nice little touch to score two off of the glass. Fleming's Napier (NAY-PEER) Alleyne (A-LEAN) had the hot hand for the Colonels as he drives in and drops in two in the paint. But Pulaski would not be denied. Cory Poindexter gets the
[super=33-Pulaski/63/William Fleming/48;]

outlet to Brandon Anderson for a hoop. Pulaski moves on with 63-to-48 win as the River Ridge knocks out the Blue Ridge.
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[S-Northside]


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The Region Three girls also opened play tonight. Defending state champ Blacksburg crushed Buckingham 63-to-20.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Brookville vs. Northside; :00]

Meanwhile over at Northside Corrie Feritta's dad had on his war paint for the regionals and he would need it early. As Brookville behind the play of Kirby Marsh would neutralize the taller Vikings and lead this game after a quarter. But that was it. Fertitta would work it inside, keep the ball and drop it in. And when she wasn't banging the backboard her running mate
[SUPER=33-Brookville/37/Northside/61;]

six two Emery Wallace was. Northside advances to the semi-finals with a 61-to-37 win.
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The Region 3 girls semifinals are tomorrow night at the Salem Civic Center.

[S-Franklin]


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In the Group Three ranks tonight the Franklin County boys were home playing host to Osbourn high school out of Manassas in a battle of Eagles.
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[SUPER=03-Rocky Mount/Osbourn vs. Franklin Co.; :00]

The Northwest regional champs were thrilled to playing on their home floor in the Mount. And they take it right at the travel weary visitors as Eric Hughes hit the three pointer to open the scoring tonight.

Osbourn would provide a challenge as they work it inside for the layin in the first half. But the Eagles have plenty of size of their own. Mario Maddox does it inside on his own.
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Franklin County advances to the semi-finals with a 57 to 47 win.
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[S-Glenvar]


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The Region C girls' tournament opened tonight at various home sites in southwest Virginia.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./PH Glade Spring vs. Glenvar; :00]

PH Glade Spring from the Hogoheegee district had its hands full with the Glenvar Highlanders. Katie Klik takes the pass in the corner - and she will stroke the long jump shot from the baseline to shoot Glenvar in front. The Rebels would answer back with Danielle Hounshell stroking the sweet jump shot from the right wing. But Glenvar just has too many weapons - Rebecca Downor with
[super=33-P.H. Glade Spring/41/Glenvar/64;]

another assist to Marisa Young. Glenvar beats PH Glade Spring 64-to-41.
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[S-Express]


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The Express welcomed California travelers Bakersfield to the Round House tonight.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Condors vs. Express; :00]


The Express sported its Mardi gras jerseys tonight for the game.
We pick it up in the third period with the score tied at 2. Dan Carlson gets the puck in enemy territory and finds the back of the net. The short handed goal made it 3-2 Roanoke.
[SUPER=34-Roanoke/4/Bakersfield/3;]Then, a few minutes later, his Notre Dame teammate Joe Dusbabek scores right in fron

t of the net and the Irish connection leads the Express to the 4-3 win.
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[S-Elway]


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John Elway was never known to relax during his playing days - now that he's retired that's a different matter.
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[SUPER=03-Denver, CO/1998; :00]

Today the former Denver Bronco joined forces with Henry County-based Bassett Furniture. Elway will have his own line of furniture known as "Elway Home." It will feature an array of home entertainment centers, reclining sofas, sectionals and chairs. The line of furniture will be unveiled in October in High Point at the annual furniture market. (------------)