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Coming up on News 7-
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A new store may mean some in Lynchburg will have to move.
The three ring fight over the circus. Vote results coming up.
Plus the dog days take on a new meaning at one gym.
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And the newest thing in baking- flour- it's good like wheat but looks like white?
News 7 at Eleven is next.

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Roanoke City takes steps to make sure students who misbehave in school now have a clear cut punishment.
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((KATHY STOCKBURGER: THERE WILL BE A CONSISTENCY OF CONSEQUENCES AND I THINK AGAIN THAT IS AN AREA WHERE WE HAVE BEEN FAIRLY WEAK.))
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[OUT Q=been fairly weak]
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[City-Schools]


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Roanoke City wants to do even more to make its schools safer but its having trouble doing so. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 in Monitor***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /BAM;]


Justin McLeod attended tonight's school board meeting to find out why. So Justin what's the problem?
Jean, simply put it's a lack of money.
[LIVE= Justin /FULL BAM]
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As a result, the school system will to have put off plans to install security cameras in most of its schools.
But Roanoke City is taking other steps to improve safety and it begins with the student handbook.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape; :00]
[SUPER=01-Lou Talbutt/Executive Director for Student Services; :11]
[SUPER=01-Kathy Stockburger/Chair, Roanoke School Board; 1:15]
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((((NAT SOUND OF CLASSROOM))
The next time a student in Roanoke City decides to act up in school, he or she may want to first check out the new student handbook.
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[IN Q=What the handbook]

((LOU TALBUTT/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR STUDENT SERVICES: WHAT THE HANDBOOK HAS DONE THIS YEAR IS TO BE MORE SPECIFIC AND TO GIVE MORE DETAILS.)) [Runs05]
[OUT Q=more details]


Details that for the first time include possible punishments for certain offenses. [GRAPHIC]
For example, the handbook lays out what a student can expect for bullying.
There's also new policies such as what to do with students who make false allegations against a teacher.
The key say administrators is to make sure the punishment is the same for everyone.
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[IN Q=If we use this]

((LOU TALBUTT: IF WE USE THIS AS A TOOL TO EDUCATE STUDENTS I BELIEVE IT WILL HELP US BE CONSISTENT.)) [Runs07]
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Consistency that's helped by youth court.
It is an intervention program where students serve as jurors to hear cases of fellow students who have committed minor offenses.
It's already at Patrick Henry and will soon be at William Fleming.
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[IN Q=We want consquences]

((LOU TALBUTT: WE WANT CONSEQUENCES AND DISCIPLINED TO BE A LEARNING PROCESS FOR STUDENTS BECAUSE HIGH SCHOOL PREPARES STUDENTS FOR LIFE.)) [Runs08]
[OUT Q=students for life]


Another way to keep an eye on students is to install security cameras.
The two high schools will soon get them but plans to put them in 17 other schools are now on hold due to a lack of funds.
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((KATHY STOCKBURGER/CHAIR, ROANOKE SCHOOL BOARD: I DON'T THINK FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS EVER GOING TO BE SO ADEQUATE THAT WE CAN DO WHATEVER WE CHOOSE TO DO WHEN WE CHOOSE TO DO IT.)) [Runs09]
[OUT Q=CHOOSE TO DO IT]))
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Stockburger says the school board will revisit the security camera issue in the future.
Meantime, the school board voted tonight to accept the revised student handbook.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /BAM;]


Jean, it will be sent home with students the first week of school.

[L'burg-Council]


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Walgreen's opens a new store somewhere in the U-S every 17 hours ... but it will have to wait a few weeks before it learns whether it can build one in Lynchburg.
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The pharmacy chain has its eyes on this section of land near the intersection of Langhorne and Murrell (MURR-uhl) Roads.
The landowner says he'll tear down the existing apartments and relocate the residents to another part of his complex.
But city planners say converting a residential area into a commercial one flies in the face of Lynchburg's comprehensive plan.
The developers claim Langhorne Road is already nearly all commercial development.
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[SOT 20:18:28]
[IN Q=That property was]

((TED CRADDOCK/DEVELOPER'S ATTORNEY: THAT PROPERTY WAS RESIDENTIAL WHEN THOSE APARTMENTS WERE BUILT THERE IN 1947, PROBABLY '48. BUT I SUBMIT TO YOU THAT THIS PROPERTY IS LANGHORNE ROAD, AND IT'S A MIXED USE ALREADY.))
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[OUT Q=a mixed use already.]
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Council postponed a decision on the project to give themselves more time to study the plans.
The panel did approve rezoning for a new hotel and restaurant on Wards Road.
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[Golf-Course]


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Roanoke County planners have given the O-K for a new golf course.
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Tonight the planning commission voted to approve rezoning and a special use permit for the proposed course.
It would be built on 250 acres along Pitzer Road in the Mount Pleasant area.
The Board of Superivsors will next take up the plan on August 24th.
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[Peterson]


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Amber Frey (Fry) said her relationship with Scott Peterson started with a blind date- and got serious quickly.
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Peterson's former "mistress" today told jurors Peterson seduced her on the first date- embraced her daughter- picking her up from day care, and offered to have a vascetomny saying he had no interest in fathering his own child.
Frey testified that Peterson portrayed the life of a jetsetter- claiming a Thanksgiving fishing trip to Alaska, a Christmas vacation in Maine, and a New Year's trip to France.
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((JIM HAMMER/LEGAL ANALYST: HE FOOLED AMBER. SHE'S ANOTHER VICTIM OF SCOTT PETERSON AT LEAST THAT'S HOW THE D.A.'S GOING TO PAINT IT.)) ((SUSAN CADILLO/PETERSON'S SISTER: IS THIS DAMNING TESTIMONY? I DON'T THINK SO. I MEAN WE ALL KNOW HE HAD AN AFFAIR. THAT'S NOT THE ISSUE HERE. ))
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[super=01-Susan Cadillo/Peterson's Sister; :08]
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[OUT Q=the issue here.]
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[Vo-Nat]
Prosecutors want to prove Scott murdered his wife Laci and their unborn child to be with Amber.
To help prove that, the D-A has more than 200 taped phone calls with Scott that Amber secretly recorded AFTER Laci was reported missing.
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[SOT]

((GLORIA ALLRED/AMBER FREY'S ATTORNEY: HE SOUNDS LIKE A JUST HAPPY, CAREFREE BACHELOR IN NEW YEAR'S EVE FROM PARIS CALLING HIS LOVED ONE FROM PARIS SAYING MISS YA.))
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[OUT Q=SAYING MISS YA.]
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[Vo-Nat]
The jury is expected to hear more from Frey and more recorded conversations between she and Scott Peterson tomorrow.
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[Kobe]


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Kobe Bryant's accuser is now suing the hoop star- for pain, suffering, public scorn and more.
This is different than the criminal rape charge against Kobe- This time the accuser is seeking damages totalling thousands, and perhaps millions.
Jennifer Donelan now with more from Eagle Colorado.
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((THE WOMAN WHO ACCUSED BASKETBALL SUPERSTAR KOBE BRYANT OF SEXUAL ASSAULT...HAS DONE IT AGAIN. ONLY THIS TIME...IT'S A CIVIL SUIT. ACCORDING TO COURT DOCUMENTS SHE'S SEEKING DAMAGES FOR PAIN, SUFFERING, AND "PUBLIC SCORN, HATRED, AND RIDICULE." AN ATTORNEY FOR THE 20 YEAR OLD ACCUSER WALKED OUT OF FEDERAL COURT IN DENVER WHERE THE SUIT WAS FILED TUESDAY. HER ATTORNEYS ARE ASKING FOR A JURY TRIAL WITH COMPENSATORY DAMAGES OF AT LEAST 75,000. THE PRICE TAG ON PUNITIVE DAMAGES WILL BE DETERMINED LATER. THE CRIMINAL CASE AGAINST THE LAKER'S STAR GUARD IS WELL UNDERWAY...WITH ALMOST A DOZEN PRE-TRIAL HEARINGS UNDER THEIR BELTS...BRYANT''S DEFENSE TEAM AND PROSECUTORS HAVE BEEN ARGUING THEIR WAY TOWARDS TO THAT TRIAL WHICH IS SET TO BEGIN EARLY NEXT MONTH. AND THE DEFENSE HAS SCORED SOME LEGAL VICTORIES. AMONG THEM......A RULING THAT WILL ALLOW JURORS TO HEAR SOME DETAILS OF THE ACCUSERS SEXUAL HISTORY...IN THE TIME PERIOD NEAR THE ALLEGED RAPE. IF FOUND GUILTY, THE 25 YEAR OLD NBA STAR FACES 4 YEARS TO LIFE IN PRISON. AT THE HEART OF THE ISSUE...DID BRYANT FORCE THE WOMAN, AT THE TIME, A 19 YEAR OLD HOTEL WORKER, TO HAVE SEX WITH HIM AT A LODGE IN EAGLE COLORADO LAST JUNE? THE NBA STAR SAID IT WAS CONSENSUAL, BUT, AS SHE DESCRIBES IN THE CIVIL SUIT, THE WOMAN SAYS BRYANT CHOKED HER, BENT HER OVER A CHAIR AND RAPED HER. LEGAL EXPERTS SAY THE CIVIL LAWSUIT DOESN'T STOP THE CRIMINAL TRIAL FROM PROCEEDING, BUT THAT IT COULD DAMAGE THE WOMAN'S CASE. THE DEFENSE, THEY SAY, CAN NOW ASK THE WOMAN IF SHE ACCUSED KOBE BRYANT OF RAPE FOR MONEY. JENNIFER DONELAN/CBS NEWS: Some experts wonder if the civil suit means the woman plans to drop the criminal charges altogther. In spite of a gag order, prosecutors did have one comment..."we're moving forward." Jennifer Donelan, CBS News, Los Angeles.))

[West-Nile]


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A resident of the Roanoke Valley has apparently contracted West Nile Virus, the first human case of the illness in Virginia this year.
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Health officials are releasing limited information about the case.
They say a patient between the ages of 40 and 50 was hospitalized with a probable case of West Nile Virus last month, and is still recovering.
Most people who are bitten by infected mosquitos do not become sick, but officials say the latest case underscores the need for prevention.
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[IN Q=It is a concern]

((CINDY CHAOS/EPIDEMIOLOGIST: IT IS A CONCERN AND WE WANT PEOPLE TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT IT, AND TO TAKE THE NEED TO CONTROL MOSQUITOS IN AND AROUND THEIR AREA VERY SERIOUSLY.))
[SUPER=01-Cindy Chaos/District Epidemiologist]
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[OUT Q=in and around their area very seriously.]
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Last year, there were 26 human cases of west nile virus, and one death reported in Virginia.
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President Bush picks a new man to head the CIA, but he's already taking fire.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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Plus some big additions to a big Southwest Virginia music festival. A preview of Floydfest coming up.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as the Avs drop another one to the Keys. The UHL hockey boss was in town today talking team. Cory Holt's progress is on hold. Jon Jansen's season is over. And Glenvar looks to turn things around tonight on the Big 7.))
[CIA-Director]

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President Bush has nominated Congressman Porter Goss to head the C-I-A. But while the President says Goss is "well-prepared" to lead the agency, the decision has some democrats crying politics.
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Goss is an ex-C-I-A agent and currently chairs the House intelligence committee.
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((HE KNOWS THE CIA INSIDE AND OUT.))
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Opposing democrats say they are not against the Florida Republican congressman, but that the job should be independent and non-partisan.
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((REP. NANCY PELOSI/HOUSE MINORITY LEADER; A PERSON SHOULD NOT BE THE DIRECTOR OF CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE WHO'S ACTED IN A VERY POLITICAL WAY.))
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[OUT Q=very political way.]
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Former C-I-A chief Stansfield Turner suggested the President is trying to sway Florida votes. Goss still must be confirmed by the senate.
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[Interest-Rates]


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It's going to cost you more to borrow money.
The Federal Reserve has hiked short term interest rates by one quarter of one percent.
It's the second hike in just a few months- Rates were lifted off a four decade low in late June.

[Waddell]


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Two Wythe County teens accused of first degree murder will be tried in adult court. A judge certified the charges to a grand jury today against 15 year old Nakisha Waddell and her 16 year old friend Anastasia Belcher.
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The two are accused of killing Waddell's mother, Vaughne Thomas, in her Max Meadows home.
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Thomas was stabbed 43 times in the chest, back, face and neck. Her body was then partially burned and buried in the backyard. Waddell and Belcher were both sent back to the Juvenile Detention Center in Christiansburg without bond. The Grand Jury meets in October.
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[Floyd-Festival]


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The founders of the Floyd World Music Festival say they think three's a charm.
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[SUPER=03-Patrick Co.;]

The third annual FloydFest is expected to draw more than 6-thousand people to this property off the Blue Ridge Parkway. Organizers say they've spent the past few years working out the kinks.
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[IN Q=Our logo this year has been the fairy...]

((ERIKA JOHNSON/FLOYDFEST FOUNDER: OUR LOGO THIS YEAR HAS BEEN THE FAIRY... CHARM... WE FEEL LIKE THAT'S WHAT IT'S ABOUT. ALL SIGNS POINT TO YES. EVERYTHING'S IN OUR FAVOR. WE FEEL LIKE THIS IS THE YEAR THAT EVERYONE'S COMING TO CHECK OUT WHAT THE EXCITEMENT'S ABOUT.))
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[OUT Q=to check out what the excitement's about.]
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Dar Williams, the Del McCoury Band, Acoustic Syndicate and Mountain Heart are just a few of the acts set to perform. FloydFest starts this Friday and runs through Sunday.
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[WIPE TO WDBJ WEBPAGE FS] You'll find a link to the festival webpage on our website at wdbj7 dot com. Just click on websites in the news.
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[New-Flour]


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It could be latest thing to hit kitchens- A new bread flour that claims to bring the best of both worlds.
The flour retains whole grain fiber nutrition while delivering the soft texture of white flour.
It's called Ultragrain White Whole Wheat.
ConAgra spent five years developing the Ultragrain White Whole Wheat.
The company says the flour can be used for everything from breads and bagels to pasta and pizza dough.
The new flour is being introduced at the International Baking Exposition this weekend.

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Organizers say a new betting parlor will be off to the races this fall.
An update on the project next on News 7.
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Plus this gym's gone to the dogs. The latest in pampered pets when we come back.
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[Circus-Vote]


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Voters in Denver today say yes to the circus.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


They voted against an initiative that would ban the display of exotic animals for entertainment.
A 15 year old started the fight in Denver.
Heather Herman goes to zoos, wears leather and eats meat but she started the movement to ban the circus after researching how circus animals are treated.
But other Colorado residents support the circus saying it's been coming to the state for 50 years- they say animals often live longer and better lives than the animals in our own homes.
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[Dog-Gym]


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Wondering how to transform your dog from a shaggy mutt into a dog of distinction? The solution is simple-Take him to the pet gym.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Santiago, Chile;]

Santiago's gym for pets offers personalized training programs to improve agility and physical condition. The pet gym is situated in a 600-meter tent in the Chilean capital. After their rigorous training sessions, dogs can relax at the pet hair salon right next door.
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[S-Extra]


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The Avs get shutout tonight, Hocket may not be shutout in the valley, Tech's backup battle gets more separation, and Glenvar gets some Friday Football Extra respect tonight. But first your Extra Point -
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ashburn/Last Week; :00]

The Redskins Jon Jansen is out for the season. The team's starting right tackle ruptured his left Achilles tendon in the first quarter of last night's Hall of Fame game against Denver. The six-year veteran has never missed a practice or an NFL start in his career. Joe Bugel must now find a solid replacement by Saturday's game with the Panthers.
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[S-Avs]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Salem Avalanche was home again tonight for game three of its four game series with Frederick.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Keys vs. Avalanche;:00]

The Avs tenth anniversary season is not exactly finishing up the way fans had hoped. But if you're a true fan you always have hope. It took the teams seven innings to get on the board. And then it was only the Keys who scored. Left fielder Chris Carter knocked this RBI single over Salem pitcher Brian Rodaway's head, sending third baseman Tripper Johnson across the plate.
[super=37-Frederick/2/Salem/0;]

Frederick would score once more in the seventh to win the game 2-nothing. Salem is now almost 10 games under 500 buried in the south standings.
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[TALENT=MIKE]
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They'll wrap up the four game set with the Keys tomorrow night at 7:05.

[S-UHL]


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Will professional hockey return to Roanoke? There still is no definite answer, but today the president of the United Hockey League met with Roanoke City Manager Darlene Burcham and Civic Center Facilities director Mina Boyd in attempt to keep Roanoke's "Ice Age" alive. Steve Mason fills us in on today's happenings.
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[SUPER=01-Richard Brosal/UHL President; :10]
[SUPER=01-Tony MacAulay/Former Express Head Coach; 1:17]
[SUPER=01-Daniel Berthiaume/Former Express Goalie; 1:26]
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[OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."]
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[S-Tech]


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Sean Glennon continues to separate himself from Cory Holt in the battle to back up Bryan Randall at quarterback this season.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

Holt, who is the most physically gifted of the three, has been struggling a bit in the first few practices, and for the past two days he's done very little due to a sore throwing shoulder.
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[IN Q=JUST IN FAIRNESS...]
[SUPER=01-Kevin Rogers/Va. Tech Quarterbacks Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=...A REAL GOOD THROWER."]
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[S-Glenvar]


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The Glenvar football team believes it was much better than its 2 and 8 record a season ago - and this season the Highlanders will have the chance to prove it.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


18 starters return from last year's team and including some key personal at the skill positions. Glenvar also welcomes back the entire offensive and defensive lines.
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[OUT Q=.....skill players better"]
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Speaking of skill players, the Highlanders did suffer a tough loss when Dustin Pickle left to play at Salem, but the Highlanders starting quarterback Daniel Ayers and a beefed up H-Back Carter Brown are back. This group is focussed on making everyone forget about 2003.
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[SUPER=01-Carter Brown/700 Yards, 5 TD's Last Season; :21]
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[OUT Q=.....prove wrong"]
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[TOSS TO BREAK]

[Vinton-OTB]


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Vinton's betting parlor is "on-track" to be up and running this fall...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Vinton]

Construction on Colonial Down's off-track betting parlor is moving full-steam ahead. The 15-thousand square-foot facility is going up at Vineyard and Niagara roads. The building should be complete in October. Initially off track betting hit some public opposition- but it ended up moving forward after voters and the state approved it. The industry is expect to bring about 200-thousand dollars in revenue into Vinton. (------------)