[1-News-Head]

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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

He said he had a gun. Police say he sounded hysterical. We'll show you how the standoff ended in a public park.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

And a decision on whether to charge the deputies who shot an Axton man in March.

[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports - the ACC breaks the bank with its new football TV deal. We'll show you how sports in the New River Valley are helping a young girl,
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[VO-NAT]

and a young man from Salem takes home the $16 thousand dollar Don Holliday golf scholarship today.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
[SS=None]


It's a persistent weather pattern so it's a persistent weather forecast. Chance of showers continue for the next week.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 4-Shot]


News 7 is next.
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[SOT 11:56:18]
[IN Q=Made some threats]

((MADE SOME THREATS AND WAS FAIRLY FRANTIC, HYSTERICAL AND NOT SURE YET, HIS EMOTIONAL STABILITY DIDN'T APPEAR TO BE THERE THIS MORNING.))
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[OUT Q=there this morning.]
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


More than a dozen officers and a police SWAT team help end a standoff in a Lynchburg city park.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


Authorities say the man may be suffering from psychiatric problems.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


And I'm Shannon Young.
[L'burg-Standoff]
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[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=04-10 TC1:08:37]
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


It started as a report of a suspicious person near a city park.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


It turned into a 90-minute standoff between Lynchburg police and a suspect they say may have psychiatric problems.

[DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Shannon & Steve/Microwave;]


Steve Smallshaw is in our Lynchburg newsroom.. Steve what happened out there today?
[LIVE=Steve/FULL Microwave]
[SUPER=@ssm1]
[SUPER=05-Lynchburg]


Keith and Shannon, neighbors near Peaksview Park called police around 7 this morning when they spotted a man wearing just underwear and socks near the Ardmore Drive entrance to the park.
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[IN Q=Authorities searched]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Capt. Brandon Zuidema/Lynchburg Police Department; :08]
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[OUT Q=risk to the officers.]

(( Authorities searched the park for about a half hour but couldn't find him.. until he was spotted again a few hours later.
[SOT 11:54:44]

((CAPT. BRANDON ZUIDEMA/LYNCHBURG POLICE: RECEIVED A SECOND SET OF CALLS, BEGINNING A LITTLE BIT AFTER TEN, TEN-FIFTEEN THIS MORNING THAT THE SUBJECT WAS AGAIN SEEN AT THE PARK AND THAT TIME HAD SOME FOLKS THAT WERE WILLING TO HELP US OUT AND KIND OF KEEP AN EYE UNTIL WE COULD GET OFFICERS IN THE AREA TO AT LEAST LOCATE THE WOODED AREA THAT HE GOT INTO.))

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[OUT Q=he go into.]


More than a dozen officers responded and set up a perimeter around the woods and kept the public out of that portion of the park.
[natsot of yelling ]
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The suspect kept yelling and threatening the police, claiming he had a gun, forcing officers to take cover behind trees and patrol cars.
[SOT 11:56:33]

((ZUIDEMA: I KNOW HE WAS MAKING SOME DIFFERENT THREATS AND STUFF. THE LITTLE BIT I HEARD UPON MY ARRIVAL WAS HE SEEMED TO BE TALKING AGAIN JUST FRANTICALLY, DISORGANIZED AS FAR AS HIS THOUGHTS, NOTHING THAT REALLY MADE A LOT OF SENSE.))
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[OUT Q=lot of sense.]
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After attempts at negotiation failed, the tactical team was called in.. and a few minutes later police used a special 40-millimeter rifle to fire a non-lethal plastic projectile that incapacitated the man and he was quickly taken into custody.
[SOT 11:56:00]

((ZUIDEMA: BASICALLY ONE ROUND WAS FIRED WHICH BASICALLY WAS ABLE TO DISABLE HIM, SHOCK HIM TO THE POINT WHERE WE COULD SAFELY TAKE HIM INTO CUSTODY, REDUCE THE RISK TO HIM AS WELL AS REDUCE THE RISK TO THE OFFICERS.))
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[OUT Q=to the officers.] ))
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[LIVE=Steve/FULL Microwave]
[SUPER=05-Lynchburg;]


Since he's not facing any criminal charges, police are "not" releasing the suspect's name except to say he's a 44-year-old transient who they've had dealings with before.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Shannon & Steve/Microwave;]


He's being held on an emergency custody order while he undergoes psychiatric evaluation.

[Pitts-Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sba]
[TAPE#=04-16 TC34:48]
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[ENG#=1]

Two deputies have been cleared of any wrong doing in a deadly Pittsylvania County shooting. Special prosecutor Joel Branscom announced his decision this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co./March]

Branscom says according to evidence, interviews and the state police investigation - Corporal Harris Silverman was justified when he shot 51-year-old Allen Lee Carter on March 27th. Pittsylvania County Deputies were called to a home in Axton - after family members said Carter was threatening his brother with a knife. Branscom found Corporal Silverman and Deputy Shannon Edwards did everything in their power to calm Carter and subdue him with other means before Carter finally charged Silverman with a knife.
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[Campbell-Body]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=04-11 TC1:10:51]
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[ENG#=2]


No arrest yet in the apparent murder of a man found in a Campbell County home over the weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Campbell Co.]


The owners of this home on Autumn Driver near Evington returned Sunday to find 40-year-old Steven Wayne Walker dead inside the home.
Investigators will not say how Walker died except that they are treating it as a homicide.
Walker had been staying at the home while the owners were on vacation.
Anyone with information about the crime should call the Campbell County sheriff's office.
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[B'burg-Taxes]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=rde]
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Blacksburg residents are getting a little break on their taxes. The town is extending the deadline for real estate taxes by 10 days. Because of technical issues with the transfer of property data, those taxes are now due on June 15th.

[Business-Tax]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6m]
[WRITER=sba]
[TAPE#=04-06 TC1:58:57]
[GRAPHIC=None]
[ENG#=3]

Craig County business owners may soon have to dig a little deeper to fulfill their obligations to the county.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Craig Co.]

Supervisors will look at a proposal next week which would impose a tax on local business owners. The Business Professional Occupational License or B-POL (B-pole) tax would essentially levy a fee on the privilege of doing business in the area. Numbers are still up in the air, but an initial draft indicates B-POL would tax a businesses' gross income and could bring in more than 40-thousand dollars. It's something that has local business owners up in arms...
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[SOT@16:05:12:01]
[IN Q=Everytime you turn...]

((ARNOLD HARRY, THE BREAD BASKET: EVERYTIME YOU TURN AROUND IT'S ANOTHER TAX, THEY JUST TAX YOU TO DEATH. I WAS THINKING ABOUT RAISING PRICES, THEY'VE GONE UP SO MUCH, BUT I'M GOIN' TO TRY TO TOUGH IT OUT BECAUSE WHEN YOU RAISE PRICES YOU LOSE BUSINESS.))
[SUPER=01-Arnold Harry/The Bread Basket]
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[OUT Q=.. you lose business.]
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[VO-NAT]

Craig County Supervisors will hear from the public on this issue next Tuesday at 7 P-M.
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[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]
[SS=NONE]
[ENG#=V10]


Used textbooks are getting a second read at one local university.
Find out how they'll continue educating students when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


Plus it's not a train that's been riding the rails in Lexington... it's the station itself.
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[1st-Wx]
[Train-Station]
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


It's been 35 years since passenger train service left Lexington.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

So, today it wasn't a train that rolled through the city, but the old train station. Richard Lesko has the story.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Lexington; :00]
[SUPER=01-Erik Eshelman/Barton Malow Construction; :20]
[SUPER=01-Bud Shifflett/Amateur Railroad Historian; :34]
[SUPER=01-Joe Grasso/W&L V.P. for Administration; 1:04]
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[OUT Q=News 7, Lexington.]

(( Slowly but surely, inch by inch, at a snails pace. However you describe it Washington and Lee University's latest project IS on track. This site will eventually be part of a new 60-thousand square foot arts building, but an old passenger rail station stood in the way.
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[SOT - 20:47:28]
[IN Q=It's made of ]

((ERIK ESHELMAN/BARTON MALOW CONSTRUCTION; IT'S MADE OF MATERIALS THAT ARE NOT AS STRONG AS TODAY'S BRICK AND MORTAR. AND IT'S WEATHERED FOR 120+ YEARS, SO IT'S BRITTLE. IT'S LONG, 144 FEET LONG.))
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[OUT Q=144 feet long.]


[BUTT BUTT BUTT]

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[IN Q=This is the first time...]

((BUD SHIFFLETT/AMATEUR RAILROAD HISTORIAN; THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I'D EVER SEEN THE STATION, JUST SEEN PICTURES. AND I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE REAL INTERESTING TO SEE SOMETHING THAT BIG, BUT I DIDN'T HAVE ANY IDEA THAT THE STATION WAS THIS LARGE. I REALLY DIDN'T ))
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[OUT Q=I really didn't.]

Built in 1883, the station was originally on a spur off the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, but no one has shouted "all aboard" since 1969, and the building has fallen into disrepair. Now the station will sit in a new home, a few hundred yards down the old line.
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[IN Q=We felt that by ]

((JOE GRASSO/W&L VP FOR ADMINISTRATION; WE FELT THAT BY KEEPING IT ON THE ORIGINAL LINE WAS AN IMPORTANT GESTURE AND RESPECT FOR THE PAST.))
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[OUT Q=respect for the past.]

[BUTT BUTT BUTT]
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[IN Q=People don't have the money...]

((BUD SHIFFLETT/AMATEUR RAILROAD HISTORIAN; PEOPLE DON'T HAVE THE MONEY TO RESTORE A LOT OF THESE BUILDING. IT'S REMARKABLE THAT THEY CAN RESTORE THIS ONE.))
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[OUT Q=can restore this one]

Once the station sits in its new home, it will be restored and serve as the construction office for the arts building that made the move necessary. And even though the echos of Lexington's railroad past are long gone, today's residents can still say they've seen something roll down the line. Richard Lesko, News 7, Lexington.))

[Bank-Robbery]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Salem police are hoping someone will reconize the man who held up a bank last week.
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[Take EVENT #525 FULL]


They're circulating a sketch drawn from witness descriptions of a white man, wearing a cream-colored fedora which has a black band.
Police say the man is in his mid-to-late forties, about 5-10, with a heavyset build.
[ENG#=2]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/May 3;]


He's a suspect in the robbery at the Lakeside branch of B-B-and-T.
Anyone who recognizes him should call Crimeline or the Salem police department.
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[Lewis-Gale]


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Construction is underway on a new surgical tower at Lewis-Gale Medical Center.
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[SUPER=03-Salem]


When the two story structure is completed next Spring it will house eleven surgical suites and some physicians offices.
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[IN Q=The majoirty of our O-R's were built]

((JAMES THWEATT, JR./LEWIS-GALE MEDICAL CTR. CEO & PRESIDENT; THE MAJORITY OF OUR O-R'S WERE BUILT IN 1972 WHEN THE HOSPITAL WAS MOVED FROM DOWNTOWN TECHNOLOGY HAS BYPASSED THOSE ROOMS, THE ROOMS ARE TOO SMALL, WE NEEDED TO WIRE IT FOR THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY))
[SUPER=01-James Thweatt, Jr./Lewis-Gale Medical Ctr. CEO & President]
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[OUT Q=the latest technology]
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[VO-NAT]


The surgical tower is part of a 37 million dollar construction and renovation project.
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[Stocks]


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A final hour rally put blue-chips into positive territory. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW gained 26 points.
NASDAQ fell six.
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[SPONSOR ANNOUNCE]
[COMMERCIAL]
[Book-Aid]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
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[TAPE#=04-03 TC1:34:24]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

One man's trash is another man's treasure.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


That's certainly becoming true at Virginia Tech.
[ANCHOR=Shannon ]
[SS=None]

As New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel DePompa reports, students are hoping their old text books will find new life in third world countries.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Ali Etebari/BookAid Organizer; :09]
[SUPER=01-Bill Greenberg/VA Tech Professor; :33]
[SUPER=01-Dialla Konate/VA Tech Professor; :51]
[SUPER=@Rachel1; 1:07 QUICK!!!!]
[SUPER=01-Rebecca Starr/BookAid Member; 1:12]
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[OUT Q=News 7 Blacksburg.]

((It's an annual rite of passage in college. At the end of the year get in line and sell back your books.
Nats beep...1:58:36:00
But not every book can be bought back...

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[SOT:1:47:51:00 ]
[IN Q=There's so]

((ALI ETEBARI: THERE'S SO MUCH WASTE THEY JUST END UP IN PEOPLE'S BOOK SHELVES WHERE THEY ARE NEVER GOING TO LOOK AT THEM AND THEY END UP THROWING THEM AWAY. THIS IS A MUCH BETTER USE, THERE'S PEOPLE THAT REALLY NEED THEM OUT THERE)) [RUNS:11]
[OUT Q=out there.]


NATS- PULLING TAPE... 1:40:30:00
Ali Etebari and dozens of other Virginia Tech students and Teachers are now collecting as many of these used books as they can...
NATS- Books in Box. 1:42:51:00
Boxing them up and shipping them out to third world countries.
NATS- 1:43:20:00
These books are headed to Colleges in Malowi and Mali in Africa.

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[SOT:2:01:21:00]
[IN Q=In many cases]

((BILL GREENBERG: IN MANY CASES THIS IS THE FIRST TEXT BOOK THAT HE'S EVER OWNED AND WE'RE ABLE TO PROVIDE IT H ERE FROM BLACKSBURG VIRGINIA TO COUNTRIES IN AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA. IT'S A FANTASTIC PROGRAM.)) [RUNS:13]
[OUT Q=a fantastic program.]


Tech Professor Dialla Konate is from Africa and has seen first hand the educational needs.

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[SOT:1:51:31:00]
[IN Q=I see the ]

((DIALLA KONATE: I SEE THE YOUNGSTERS. EVEN THE HAVE NO CHAIR TO SIT ON. THEY ARE SITTING ON THE GROUND. WITHOUT NOTHING TO WRITE ON. NOW THEY HAVE BOOKS TO READ. THEY HAVE ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE THAT WILL BE BRINGING UP A NEW WORLD)) [RUNS:18]
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[SOT]
[IN Q=In some]

((RACHEL DEPOMPA: IN SOME OF THESE COUNTRIES. PROFESSORS ONLY MAKE 50 DOLLARS A MONTH. SO ONE BOOK COULD BE TWO MONTHS SALARY. )) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=months salary.]



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[SOT: 2:00:41:00 ]
[IN Q=I spend]

((REBECCA STARR: I SPEND 500 DOLLARS A SEMESTER JUST ON BOOKS. SO JUST BEING ABLE TO GIVE THIS TO THE UNIVERSITIES AND TO HAVE ALL THESE BOOKS FOR FREE IS JUST I'M SURE WONDERFUL AND SAVES THEM SO MUCH MONEY.)) [RUNS:11]
[OUT Q=so much money.]


If you'd like to donate books or money to help get them there... [INSERT WEBPAGE GRAPHIC through the end of the package] go to our homepage at WDBJ7-dot-com and click on Websites in the news. Rachel DePompa, News 7 Blacksburg.))

[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=mst]
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[GRAPHIC=None]
[ENG#=V10]

Coming up tonight on News 7 sports - the ACC hits the jackpot in TV revenue. The Don Holliday doesn't do too bad either!
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[VO-NAT]

and Steve Mason checks in from Radford where folks from the sports community are coming together to help a young girl with Leukemia.
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[S-ACC]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-169 11458TC]
[GRAPHIC=ACC]
[ENG#=1]

When the ACC took us all through a menagerie of changes last year at this time with all of its expansion talk - the one things each and every person watching from the outside knew - was that the whole thing was about MONEY!
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Greensboro, NC/July 1, 2003; :00]

The powers that be danced around the almighty dollar, but today the proof was supplied in the form of a new TV contract with ABC and ESPN. The new seven year contract is worth $258 million dollars according to USA Today - that's just under $38 million a season and almost double what the conference was getting. Plus, the ACC will get 6 Thursday night games and have an annual Labor Day primetime game. The first two will feature Miami and Florida State.
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[S-Don]


[ANCHOR=mike]
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[TAPE#=SP-168 58:32]
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The 16 thousand dollar Don Holliday Memorial Scholarship went to Salem senior Travis Light today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Light received the check at a news conference at 419 West. He will put the money toward his education at VMI next year. He maintains a 3.77 grade point average, is a member of the national honor society, FCA and has played varsity golf since his sophomore year.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Travis Light/Don Holliday Scholarship Winner; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jerry English/Don Holliday Tour. Board Member; :14]
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[OUT Q=...don holiiday recipient"]
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[S-Rayna]


[ANCHOR=mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-170 58:43]
[GRAPHIC=News 7 sports]
[ENG#=3]


Frank Beamer, Al Groh , Seth Greenberg and many others have stepped off the field or court to help a Radford girl fight Leukemia. Steve Mason has more.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=@Steve1; :00]
[SUPER=01-Wendy Phillips/Charity Auction Ball Organizer; :24(QUICK!!!!)]
[RUNS=1:35]
[OUT Q=....News 7 sports"]
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[S-Stuff]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=sp-172]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=]
[wipe to eng#!!!!!!!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-NBA; :00]

Criticizing N-B-A referees has cost veteran coach Larry Brown 75-hundred bucks. The Pistons coach was fined today by the league for saying the refs were trying to antagonize Detroit forward Rasheed Wallace, who was limited to just 22 minutes in a Game Three loss to New Jersey because of foul trouble.
The Eastern Conference semifinal series between the two teams is tied 2-2.
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[Young-Heroes]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=myr]
[TAPE#=04-09 TC1:14:36]
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Some local students are being recognized as young heroes.
[ENG#=1]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Each year the Young Heroes Awards are handed out to 12 students who have overcome adversity and inspired others through their actions. Students like Corissa Eversole who- -despite her rheumatoid arthritis- -has excelled both in and outside the classroom.
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[SOT 12:06:04]
[IN Q=it still is]

((CORRISA EVERSOLE/YOUNG HERO AWARD RECIPIENT: IT STILL IS HARD, BUT BEING SHORT AND STUFF I'VE LEARNED TO DEAL WITH A LOT OF THINGS, IT DOESN'T BOTHER ME AS MUCH , I JUST TRY TO LOOK AT EVERYTHING WITH A POSITIVE ATTITUDE.))
[SUPER=01-Corrisa Eversole/Young Hero Award Recipient;]
[RUNS=14]
[OUT Q=a positive attitude]
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[VO-NAT]

All 12-students will get their awards during a banquet tonight. This year's speaker is Scott O'Grady -- the Air Force pilot whose plane was shot down in Bosnia back in 1995.
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