[1-News-Head]

[ANCHOR=Shannon]

For the second time, Richard Burrow awaits a jury's decision.
The former director of the D-day Memorial Foundation could know his fate next week.
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And Tech's bragging about a new spread - one that has nothing to do with points.
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[Sports-head]


[ANCHOR=steve]
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In sports, West Virginia hopes to continue their undefeated season tomorrow against a upset minded tech team, early qualifying from Talladega
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[VO-NAT]


and former Washington redskin Charles Mann and major league baseball great Tommy John raise money for artistic kids in Roanoke.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
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We got stuck in the clouds today with more rolling in tomorrow and a better chance of showers. Details and the Tech GameDay forecast tonight in WeatherSchool. [Video-Open]
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[VO-NAT]

After hearing two sides of the same story, it will now be up to a federal jury to decide the fate of the former director of the National D-Day Memorial.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Good evening, I'm Shannon Young. Keith has the evening off.

[Burrow]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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A federal jury is getting ready to decide the case against Richard Burrow without hearing from the defendant himself.


Burrow testified in his own defense in his FIRST federal fraud trial two years ago. That case ended in a hung jury, but his lawyers opted against putting him on the stand today.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon/Steve STARLINK;]

Steve Smallshaw has been covering this case for us in Charlottesville. Steve did they give a reason for not having him testify.
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[Ivy-Market]


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The leading supermarket chain in Richmond is coming to Roanoke.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Ukrop's will be the anchor store of the new Ivy Market retail center at Franklin Road and Wonju Street.
The development will also include a Walgreen's, and space for several other shops.
Ukrop's president says breaking into the Roanoke market will be very challenging.
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[IN Q=Combining our knowledge]

((ROBERT UKROP/UKROP'S PRESIDENT AND CEO: COMBINING OUR KNOWLEDGE OF HOW TO BEST FACILITATE THE DISTRIBUTION OF FRESH AND DELICIOUS FOOD WITH THE EXPERIENCE WE'VE HAD DEVELOPING A REPUTATION FOR CUSTOMER AND COMMUNITY SERVICE IN BOTH FREDERICKSBURG AND WILLIAMSBURG WE FEEL THAT ROANOKE IS THE IDEAL PLACE FOR EXPANSION.))
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[OUT Q=ideal place for expansion.]
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The Roanoke Ukrop's will have a bank and an indoor/outdoor cafe.
Officials expect the entire Ivy Market center to create about 400 new jobs.
It should open sometime next fall.
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[US-Airways]


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A breakthrough in labor negotiations for U-S Airways.
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The company and its pilots union have tentatively agreed on a new labor contract.
The agreement comes a week after the company asked a bankruptcy judge to impose pay cuts. The airline said that the deal would save the struggling carrier three-hundred-million dollars a year. Union leaders still must decide whether to send the agreement to members for ratification. Last week, the airline warned that if union workers don't take deep pay cuts, it may have to liquidate by February.
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[Henry-Economy]


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A group formed to boost the economy in parts of southside is celebrating its first victory.
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The Martinsville-Henry County Economic Development Corporation today introduced its new president and CEO. Danny Fore has more than 25-years experience in the industry. Fore says turning around Henry County's economy will be a challenge but that it's doable.
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((DANNY FORE/PRES./CEO, MARTINSVILLE-HENRY CO. ECONOMIC DEVEL. CORP.: IT DIDN'T GET IN THIS SITUATION OVERNIGHT AND IT ISN'T GONNA GET OUT OF IT OVERNIGHT. IT NEEDS TO FOCUS ON EDUCATIONAL ASSETS, BUILDING THE COMMUNITY, BUILDING THE WORKFORCE CAPABILITIES. THE STRENGTHS ARE GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION AND WORK ETHIC. THEY'RE EXTREMELY GOOD.))
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[OUT Q=They're extremely good.]
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[VO NAT :07] Fore will make 160-thousand dollars a year. He's leaving a position as President of Northern Kentucky Tri-Ed to move back to the area.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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The Martinsville-Henry County Economic Development Corporation was formed in June.

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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Virginia Tech now has some merchandise that you can literally sink your teeth into. That story is still to come on News 7 at 6,
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[VO-NAT]

and residents of a Salem apartment complex finally get a look at the damage caused by this week's flooding.
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[1st-Wx]

[Willow-River]


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Residents of the Willow River Apartment complex will have to wait a little longer before they can return to their apartments, but today some were allowed to retrieve a few of their belongings. [TAKE FLOODING GFX IN BAM]
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Joe Dashiell got a closer look at the damage, and the clean-up this afternoon.
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Shannon, crews made some progress today, but the complex remains a muddy mess, and emotions continue to run high.

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((A layer of mud remains where eight to ten feet of water flowed on Tuesday.
Crews were shovelling the debris, pressure washing the pavement, and working to clear the way for residents' return. [STAND-UP]
Standing beside the river shows how high the water rose, and how much force it had when it crossed the berm.
The long wait has been frustrating for Willow River residents like Beth Goff.
Still barred from her first floor apartment because of health concerns, she was able to peer through the windows this afternoon.
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[IN Q=Its been very nerve-wracking]

((BETH GOFF: IT'S BEEN VERY NERVE-WRACKING, WAITING TO GET IN AND SALVAGE WHAT WE COULD, AND UNTIL TODAY WE DIDN'T KNOW EXACTLY WHAT THE DAMAGE WAS.)) ((IT'S VERY FRUSTRATING, BEING ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN, THE FEELING OF HELPLESSNESS.))
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[OUT Q=the feeling of helplessness.]


Residents of some buildings were allowed to return to apartments on the second and third floors, but just long enough to retrieve a few belongings.
Now it looks like it could be next week before anyone is allowed to move back in.
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[IN Q=We still have to hear]

((WE STILL HAVE TO HEAR FROM THE HAZARDOUS WASTE, THE ENVIRONMENTALISTS FROM AIR CONTROL AND WE ALSO HAVE TO HEAR FROM THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT, SO A LOT OF HOOPS... A LOT OF HOOPS TO JUMP THROUGH.))
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[OUT Q=a lot of hoops to jump through.]))
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It's not a simple proposition... crews must restore power... state and local inspectors to sign off on a variety of health and safety issues.
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Shannon, Monday was mentioned as a possibility, but at this point there are still no guarantees for weary residents.

[Swift-Water]


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Roanoke's swift water team was back on the river today... but the mission was more "search" than "rescue."
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Earlier this week, the team helped evacuate residents threatened by rising water.
Today members were assisting the Virginia Department of Emergency Management and a private contractor looking for hazardous debris along the Roanoke River.
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((THE OTHER DAY DURING THE ACTUAL FLOODING SITUATION THESE FELLOWS WERE PUT TO THE TEST AND ACTUALLY CAME OUT ON TOP OF THE GAME AND DID AN EXCELLENT JOB. AND THIS JUST GIVES US THE ABILITY TO KEEP ON THE RIGHT TRACK WHERE WE WANT TO GO.))
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[OUT Q=where we want to go.]
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State officials say they plan to spend a couple of days searching for hazardous materials on the Roanoke River, before turning their attention to Smith Mountain Lake next week.
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[Damage-Estimates]


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Damage estimates from some localities are in for this week's flooding.
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Roanoke City officials say the flooding caused more than 7-million dollars in damages to 93 homes and 43 businesses. The cost to repair bridges and streets could reach a quarter of a million dollars. Officials say those numbers could rise as more information is gathered.
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Meanwhile, Roanoke County officials say damage estimates for the flooding are encouraging. They have recorded a half a million dollars in damage to a handful of homes.
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[Stocks]


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On Wall Street today, strong construction and manufacturing numbers pushed stocks sharply higher... [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW rose 112 points. The NASDAQ, up 45.
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[SPONSOR ANNOUNCE]
[COMMERCIAL]

[Tech-Market]


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Virginia Tech merchandisers are at it again.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

The latest crop of Hokie gear is cutting the mustard.. literally. The school has put it's logo on dipping mustard and breath mints. They've also licensed a personal beverage vendor called the SkyBox. It's 500 dollars and on sale at Home Depot.
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((LOCKE WHITE: WE DEFINITELY WANT TO TARGET THE TAILGATORS . BUT WE ALSO WANT THE PEOPLE USE AT HOME WATCHING FOR A SNACK OR JUST FOR SNACKS. :32... :36 WE WANT TO HIT THEM EVERYONE WHERE THEY SNACK AND DRINK.:40 ))
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[OUT Q=AND DRINK.]
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[VO-NAT]

Hokie fans also have a new way to get around campus. There's now an Electric Bike on sale at the campus book store for 500 dollars. A portion of the sales of all the new products go to the Tech Scholarship fund.
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[Sports tease]


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A famous Redskin and Yankee make their pitch for kids and art in Roanoke, early qualifying from Talladega,
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and the Moutaineers look to continue their banner season in what should be another physical Tech/West Virginia game.
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[S-Qualify]


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Nextel Cup drivers are still going through Bud Pole Qualifying at Talladega for this weekend's EA Sports 500.
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[SUPER=03-Talladega, AL/SPEED; :00]


The early pole sitter was the Wood Brothers Motorcraft Ford driver Ricky Rudd who went out 14th and would record a speed of 190. 609 miles per hour.
But Joe Nemechek has been front row joe at Talladega twice before and he would hold true to his nick name as he knocks Rudd off the pole with a speed of 190.749 miles an hour. Nemechekwent out 29th and had the fastest time in practice. Complete results at 11.
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[S-Kids]


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The Roanoke County Club hosted the Art of Golf 2004 27 hole golf tournament today, an event that welcomed Redskin Charles Mann and former Yankee pitcher Tommy John.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


The pair came out to help raise money for the children's art education and outreach programs that are the focus of the art museum of Western Virginia.
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34 teams of four took pictures and played with the professional athletes. The event raised 35 thousand dollars last year and the goal this season is 50 grand. The event is a labor of family love for Mann.
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[S-WVU]


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Tech and West Virginia meet for the 50th time tomorrow when they hook up at Lane Stadium at Noon. The 6th ranked Mounties have won the last two games in what is traditionally a brutally hard hitting rivalry.

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[SUPER=01-Mikal Baaqee/18 Tackles This Season; :39]
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[OUT Q=...for our defense."]
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[S-Ferrum]


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The Ferrum Panthers travel to unbeaten Averett tomorrow afternoon for a 1 o'clock kickoff. Coach Dave Davis has continued to use two quarterbacks.
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Former Northside signal caller Matt Spangler is the better passer for the Panthers, while Jermaine Pitts is a better runner. Both bring plenty to the offense.
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[OUT Q=compete everyday."]
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[Almanac]


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It seems like the weather changes come a little faster as we slide into October and meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner agrees. He has our monthly almanac.
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[SUPER=01-John Goss/Roanoke Valley Astronomical Society; :57]
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[OUT Q=I'm Leo Hirsbrunner.]

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