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Coming up on News 7-
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More than one hundred people come out in the NRV.. we'll tell you what's on their minds.
A child porn case leads Canadian officials to a Victim in North Carolina.
And why working out could help women survive one type of cancer.
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and a cold day on the way.
News 7 at Eleven is next. [Open]
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The budget impasse in Richmond brings out a large crowd in the New River Valley.
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((SENATOR JOHN EDWARDS: LADIES AND GENTLEMAN WE ARE IN A CRISIS SITUATION ABSOLUTELY CRISIS SITUATION.))
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[VA-Budget]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The crisis at the state capitol is beginning to trickle down to city halls and county buildings across Virginia.
Tonight, lawmakers, educators, business leaders, and ordinary citizens voiced their frustration.
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[GRAPHIC=Virginia Budget in BAM]


Justin McLeod attended a town hall meeting and joins us now. So Justin, what is the consensus?
Jean, it's that the deadlock in Richmond needs to end quickly.
[LIVE=Justin Full/BAM]
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They say it's already beginning to affect their jobs, their livelihoods, their wallets, and their children's future.


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[SUPER=01-Robert McCracken/Giles Co. School Superintendent; :28]
[SUPER=01-Douglas Covington/Radford University President; :56]
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More than a hundred people came out Monday night to the Montgomery Government Center to tell local legislators it's time to get the job done.
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((DELEGATE JIM SHULER: IT'S AN INSULT TO THE TAXPAYERS OF VIRGINIA RIGHT NOW FOR THIS PROCESS TO CONTINUE LIKE THIS.))

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A process that is already beginning to affect public education.
Local school systems cannot offer contracts to teachers until the budget impasse is over.
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((ROBERT McCRACKEN/GILES COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS: TEACHERS ARE WORRYING ABOUT THEIR JOBS AND THEIR PAYCHECKS. THIS AFFECTS THEIR ABILITY TO CONCENTRATE ON THE INSTRUCTION AND VIRGINIA'S SOL ASSESSMENTS.))
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It's also taking its toll on higher education.
Radford University had to raise tuition 14 percent this year and another increase for next year is in the works.
Radford's president says until a state budget is passed with adequate funding for colleges and universities students will end up paying the price.
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((DOUGLAS COVINGTON/RADFORD UNIVERSITY'S PRESIDENT: UNLESS THE STATE ADOPTS A BUDGET WITH HIGHER EDUCATION AS A TOP PRIORITY QUALITY WILL BE JEOPARDIZED.))
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Also being jeopardized some say is Virginia's crowded roadways.
The recent Senate budget calls for no additional funding for transportation.
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((ALAN SOLTIS/LANFORD BROTHERS CO.: EVERY 100 MILLION DOLLARS INVESTED IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY CREATES FOUR THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED 50 JOBS.))
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((SENATOR JOHN EDWARDS: THERE'S NO MONEY FOR 1-81 OR THESE OTHER PROJECTS WE'RE TALKING ABOUT. IT'S A PIPE DREAM UNLESS WE CAN FIND THE MONEY SOMEWHERE.))
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So when will lawmakers finally pass a budget?
Delegate Shuler says he hopes to see one within two or three weeks.
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But Senator Edwards says he sees no light at the end of the tunnel and Jean he is already coming up with a contingency plan if there is no budget by July first.

[Tech-Visit]


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The budget uncertainty is being felt on state college campuses across Virginia. At Virginia Tech, tuition is going up next year, but at this point, no one knows by how much.
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The state budget impasse has Tech's budget process at a virtual standstill.
As they wait for lawmakers to make up their minds, the Board of Visitors voted today for a maximum tuition hike of 9-point-6%.
Under that proposal, it would cost an in-state undergraduate an extra 883-dollars to attend Tech.
Even with the full hike, Tech would remain the most affordable university in the state.
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[SUPER=01-Allan Bradley/Tech Senior;]

((ALLAN BRADLEY: I JUST REALLY HOPE IN THE FUTURE ITS NOT GOING TO DISUADE PEOPLE FROM APPLYING. AND WE'RE GONNA GET TO A POINT WHERE, EVEN THOUGH WE'RE THE STILL THE CHEAPEST IN THE STATE WE'RE SIMPLY GOING TO GET UNAFFORDABLE TO A LOT OF PEOPLE, AND I'M WORRIED ABOUT SOUTHSIDE VIRGINIA))
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The increase will be used to help pay for faculty raises.
The school will also add more money to financial aid.
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[Church-Group]


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Some people who believe the Roanoke Valley has a morality problem have formed a group to take care of it.
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They call themselves Concerned Christians of the Roanoke Valley and they met for the first time tonight at Hollins Road Baptist Church.
It is a group made up of area churches that plan to address moral and family value issues.
They formed after Vinton voters approved off track betting and Roanoke expanded alcohol sales at the Civic Center.
The group is moving forward with plans to appeal the A-B-C board's decision to grant that new alcohol license.
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[Gay-marriage]


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Massachusetts is one step closer to banning gay marriage.
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Legislators today approved a constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage- and legalize civil unions.
The proposed amendment won't go to the voters until the Fall of 2006.
Meanwhile, the state's highest court is set to implement a ruling that allows same sex marriages in just seven weeks.. but tonight the governor says he'll ask the court for a formal stay of the ruling.
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((GOV. MITT ROMENY: MASS. GOVERNOR: GIVEN THIS CONFLICT, I BELIEVE THE SUPREME COURT SHOULD DELAY THE IMPOSITION OF ITS DECISION UNTIL THE PEOPLE HAVE A CHANCE TO BE HEARD.))
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A leader of the Massachusetts gay and lesbian community calls today's action a terrible mistake.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

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[Child-Porn]


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Canadian police used the Internet and persistence to help the F-B-I find an American victim of child pornography.
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[VO-NAT]

By examining detailed portions of the pornographic images, police in Canada were able to lead the F-B-I to a six year old girl in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. The key details in the images were a wristband the girl wore in some of the pictures and a badge on her girl scout uniform.
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[IN Q=When the FBI called us to tell us;]

((BILL MCGARRY/TORONTO POLICE: When the F-B-I called us to tell us they positively identified the girl you couldn't hear anything this office for the shouts of joy))
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That was Bill McGarry of the Child Exploitation branch of Toronto's Sex Crime Unit. His face was not shown to protect his identity. The suspect in the case has been inicted by a grand jury and was scheduled for arraignment today.
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[Harrelson-Dad]


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Actor Woody Harrelson's father loses an appeal with the U-S Supreme Court and will remain in prison for killing a judge.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-San Antonio, TX/File Film;]


Charles Harrelson was convicted in the 1979 shooting of a San Antonio judge outside the judge's townhouse.
But Harrelson's attorney says defense attorneys failed to collect evidence implicating others and Harrelson says he was not in San Antonio the morning of the shooting.
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[Ireland-Smoking]


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Lighting up while drinking a beer will no longer be allowed at pubs in Ireland.
Beginning today Ireland becomes the first European nation to impose a total ban on smoking in public workplaces- and that includes pubs.
Diana Muriel has more from Dublin.
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(( THE SMOKE-FILLED HAZE OF A IRISH PUB IS NOW A THING OF THE PAST...
A TOTAL BAN ON SMOKING IN PUBLIC WORKPLACES GOING INTO FORCE MONDAY. They completely overstepped the mark by putting in an all-over ban on smoking.
IRELAND'S HEALTH MINISTER - ENJOYING A SMOKE-FREE BREAKFAST IN A DUBLIN COFEE HOUSE - SAYS THE MOVE IS AIMED AT REDUCING THE 7-THOUSAND SMOKING RELATED DEATHS EACH YEAR.
It's a no-brainer. I mean smoking is the clear single greatest cause of death and illness in Ireland
SOME PUB GOERS PREDICT PROBLEMS FOR IRELAND'S TOURISM INDUSTRY.
Paul Corcoran/Pub Manager: It will affect me because there's nothing like going to Connemara - an old country pub log fire, and sitting down having a glass of wine and a cigarette you know - I'm considering going to Northern Ireland from now on - or over to England.
PUB MANAGERS LIKE PAUL COCORAN MUST ENFORCE THE NEW LAW - OR RISK BIG FINES... EVEN LOSING THEIR LICENSES. I really don't think t99he police want to get involved at all at all, I think it's basically up to bar managers and staff to enforce this.
That signal means its last orders in this Dublin pub - and the last chance to light up with that last pint.
Although it will mean a big change in the atmosphere of the average Irish pub - most here welcome the smoking ban. 29-YEAR OLD TOBY ALLEN HOPES IT'S AN INCENTIVE TO GIVE UP TOBACCO. Although I smoke I think anything that tries to prevent people from smoking isn't a bad thing.
ENJOYING HIS LAST NIGHT OF PUFFING ON A CIGARETTE IN THE PUB TOBY KNOWS THAT FROM NOW ON IF HE WANTS TO SMOKE HE'LL BE OUT HERE IN THE COLD.
DIANA MURIEL, CNN, DUBLIN.))



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Starting over in Richmond. Still ahead, some V-C-U students begin life after the fire.
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[VO-NAT]

And health news that could be as sweet as honey. We'll spoon up the details after the break.
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[Sports-Preview]


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[Richmond-fire]


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[MINI-OPEN]
Richmond residents are still cleaning up after the area's worst fire in decades.
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City officials say 14 buildings have been condemned and nine families displaced due to the blaze.
[SUPER=03-Richmond/Friday; :06]


The flames destroyed a five-story apartment building under construction and several homes a few blocks away.
Property damage from the fire is estimated at 20 million dollars.
That figure is expected to rise as residents continue to assess the wreckage.
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((MARK ROBBINS/APARTMENT DESTROYED IN FIRE: ALL OF OUR ELECTRONICAL STUFF ALL OF OUR CLOTHES TWO OF MY ROOMMATES LITERALLY LOST EVERYTHING THEY OWN.))
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The fire has been linked to one death... that of a woman who lost her oxygen supply when power to her home was cut off.
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[UVA-Doctor]


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A malpractice case involving a U-V-A doctor and his Franklin County patient doesn't appear to be over.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/March 8;]

Earlier this month, the state board of medicine censured anesthesiologist Thomas Pajewski (Pie-yes-key), in connection with the death of David Hudson man four years ago. The board determined Pajewski (Pie-yes-key) overmedicated David Hudson and failed to monitor him after surgery. Pajewski's attorney, however, says he WILL file an appeal before next month's deadline.
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[Cancer-Exercise]


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Another good reason to exercise- it could help women survive breast cancer.
The study was released at the meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


The report found that moderate exercise reduced the likelihood of a woman's dying from breast cancer by one quarter to one half, depending on the level of activity.
Researchers say exercise burns up stored fat that produces estrogen- which in turn can fuel breast cancer growth.
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[Honey]


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A spoonful of sugar might help the medicine go down, but a spoonful of honey might actually improve your health.


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[VO-NAT]


Researchers found four tablespoons of honey a day increase antioxidants found in the blood- known to fight cancer and heart disease.
Dark buckwheat honey contains the most.
Fruits and vegetables also contain antioxidants- though some say it's easy to add honey to your diet.
Keep in mind though, honey is a sugar with about 64 calories a tablespoon.
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Can police keep their dogs from attacking the wrong person. Still ahead, a Roanoke woman would like some answers.
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[VO-NAT]

And Janet Jackson visits Letterman tonight. No wardrobe malfunctions, but censors work the bleeper.
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[Police-Dogs]


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Their job is to serve and protect, but one Roanoke woman says a trained police dog attacked her, leaving her scarred and shaken.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

It happened earlier this month as police chased a suspect to here on Kellogg Avenue. Police say once the suspect got out of the car, they released the dog. Meanwhile, Ramey says she heard a noise outside and opened her door- when a Roanoke Police Department dog bit her arm and wouldn't let go.
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((BETTY RAMEY, VICTIM: THIS IS A POLICE DOG AND HE'S BEEN TRAINED AND SHOULD KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FEMALE, OR MAN AND A CHILD. THE DOGS ARE TRAINED TO ATTACK EVERYBODY. IF IT COULD HAPPEN TO ME, IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU NEXT.))
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((SGT. MAC BABB, ROANOKE POLICE DEPARTMENT: EVEN HANDLERS WILL TELL POLICE OFFICERS, IF WE DEPLOY THE DOGS, DON'T GO IN BETWEEN THE DOGS OR THERE'S A POTENTIAL FOR AN ACCIDENTIAL BITE THERE.))
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Police arrested Ramey's two sons in the home that night- they face numerous charges. Meanwhile, Ramey has filed a complaint against the police department citing bruality and forced entry into her home.


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[Student-Fall]


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Make it 12 Virginia Tech students to have a major fall on or near the Tech campus in the last six months.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


The latest episode came Saturday night at the Foxridge Apartments. Blacksburg police say 24 year old Brian Allen fell out of third story window. He was treated for minor injuries and released from Montgomery Regional Hospital. Police say alcohol was a factor.
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[Smith-Dam]


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Martinsville's hydroelectric dam is back in the power business.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.]


The dam shut down last November after a mechanical failure. But today, city officials were on-hand when the power switch was once again turned on.
Officials say by generating during peak times, the dam saves Martinsville a lot of money.
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Bonnie takes on Lawrence, Kansas - we'll hear from Coach Henrickson, plus Billy Miles is staying in the Mount. UVa spring football opens as does testing at Martinsville.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Hartford, CT/ESPN; :00]

But first tonight's Extra Point - U-Conn whipped Penn State tonight 66-to-49 to become the first team in women's hoop history to earm five straight trips to the Final Four. Diana Taurasi scored 27 points to lead the Huskies. The UConn may be facing Duke - just as the school's men's team is this week. Now your scores.
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[S-Bonnie]


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For those of you who held out hope over the weekend - that Bonnie Henrickson's trip to Kansas was just a recruiting trip got a dose of reality tonight.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lawrence, KS; :00]

The 40 year old Henrickson formally accepted the Kansas head coaching job and the sweet contract that comes with it. Bonnie gets a five-year deal with a base salary of $130,000 a year. With the additional income she'll get from from radio and apparel contracts and an annuity her total annual compensation will be $530,000 a year.
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[OUT Q=...very, very special."]
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Bonnie inherits a Kansas team that won just 9 games and lost 19 in this just completed season.
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[S-Tech]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Bonnie's departure was sudden - and Tech hopes to make the hiring of her replacement a quick process, as well.
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[OUT Q=...lead the team for us."]
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[ANCHOR=MIKE]
[GRAPHIC=TECH HOOPS]

Current D-I head coaches and Tech alums Beth Dunkenberger and Susan Walvius have been mentioned.

[S-UVa]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=sp-163 14046tc]
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UVa opened up spring practice to the media and the public late this afternoon. Steve Mason checks in from Charlottesville with an update on the competitive Cavs.
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[IN Q=FIRST AUDIO]
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[SUPER=01-Al Groh/Virginia Head Coach; :38 QUICK]
[SUPER=01-Marques Hagans/577 All-Purpose Yards Last Year; :45]
[SUPER=01-Alvin Pearman/Virginia Tailback; :51]
[SUPER=@steve1; 1:05]
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[OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS]
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[S-Salem]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#SP-171 2627TC]
[GRAPHIC=SALEM COACHING SEARCH]
[ENG#=4]

Salem high school is still searching for a head football coach to replace the retiring Willis White.
The job was advertised for 10 days and
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-Friday Football Extra; :00]

today many figured Billy Miles would be introduced as White's successor. But the Franklin County head coach turned down the job - and Miles says he's staying put in Rocky Mount.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I THINK...]
[SUPER=01-Billy Miles/Will Stay at Franklin County; :05]
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[OUT Q=....FOR THOSE REASONS."]
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[S-Soccer]


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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-161 14010TC]
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[ENG#=1]

Last year the Hidden Valley boys' soccer team made it to the final four. This year all of the players are back and the Titans are off to a 3-and-0 mark this spring.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Cavaliers vs. Titans; :00]

Tonight Lord Botetourt rolled into south county from Daleville anxious to avenge and earlier loss. But Hidden Valley led 1-to-nothing at the half and then two to nothing when Ashton Wilson left footed in one of his three goals on the night to make it 2-to-nothing.
[super=34-Lord Botetourt/1/Hidden Valley/5;]

The Titans would roll to the 5-to-1 win for coach Andy Clapper. The team now has 18 goals in his first three games.
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[S-Racing]


[ANCHOR=mike]
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Evernham Motorsports dropped in on the Martinsville Speedway today, and Travis Wells was on hand for the test session.
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((Despite being wrecked out of yesterday's Food City 500 early, Kasey Kahne is 11th in the Nextel Cup Points chase and is just one of 5 Nascar drivers to have recorded 3 top 5 finishes in his first four races.
Kasey:
Travis: Tommy: Kasey:
One driver who isn't the least bit surprised at Kahne's success is teammate Jeremy Mayfield, who has gotten off to his own solid start this season. Mayfield is 8th in points, just 25 out of 5th.
Mayfield:
Testing continues next week with as many as ten teams scheduled to hit the track Tuesday and Wednesday. In Martinsville, Travis Wells, News 7 Sports.))


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Janet Jackson is keeping C-B-S censors on their toes, this time with a visit to the Late Show.
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Jackson appears on tonight's show to promote her new album,"Damita Jo". During her visit, C-B-S got its opportunity to bleep her. The pop star was bleeped for saying "Jesus". She said it in apparent exasperation as Letterman pressed her about her infamous Super-Bowl "wardrobe malfuntion."
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((David Letterman/The Late Show Welcome to the show. Jackson- Thank You. Letterman- Now that's almost malfunctioning isn't it?))
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