[1-News-Head]

[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

No one wants to share the flu.. but Carilion is sharing flu shots with other hospitals.
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[ENG#=1]
[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Jean 2-Shot]


Plus One locally owned sporting goods chain is shutting down-
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[Sports-head]


[ANCHOR=steve]
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Tonight in sports, Gretna's Tony Womack talks about his Cardinals in the NLCS, legendary college basketball coach Charlie Moir discusses the Virginia sports Hall of fame
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[VO-NAT]


and his son joins two other area college coaches to team up to fight breast cancer.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
[SS=None]


Periods of heavy rain today. More in the way of clouds and fog tomorrow. Details ahead.
[ANCHOR=Keith 4-shot]

News 7 at 6 starts now. [Video-Open]
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[SOT 10:44:24]
[IN Q=We'll liquidate about]

((WE'LL LIQUIDATE ABOUT $5 MILLION WORTH OF MERCHANDISE BETWEEN THE THREE STORES.))
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[OUT Q=the three stores.]
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Jean 2-Shot]

C-M-T is closing its doors in Roanoke, Blacksburg and Lynchburg.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

The home-grown sporting goods store will be out of business for good by December.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


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


And I'm Jean Jadhon.

[CMT]


[ANCHOR=Jean 2-shot]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=04-34 TC-1:07:09]
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[ENG#=4]

The decision to close the three retail stores comes after 34 years in business.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-shot]

C-M-T is not just having a going out of business sale. The owners call it a retirement celebration.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]
[SUPER=01-Banks Conner/CMT President]
[SUPER=01-Charlie Tull/CMT Vice President]
[SUPER=01-Cary Mangus/CMT Secretary-Treasurer]
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(( The senior partner has 45 years in the business. The other two nearly 40 years apiece. They've been in the sporting goods business together, dating back to their days at Graves-Humphreys. [10:50] ((I'M READY TO RETIRE. (THESE GUYS HAVE HAD CLOSE TO 40 YEARS. THEY WANT OUT TOO.) THEY FELT THE BEST WAY TO DO THIS WOULD BE TO LIQUIDATE IT, AND PASS THE SAVINGS ON TO OUR CUSTOMERS RATHER THAN SELL OUT OT A COMPETITOR.))
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That's why the store will be closed this weekend. It' re-open October 21st to start selling everything, right down to the fixtures. They estimate it'll take about ten weeks to liquidate the 5-million dollars worth of inventory. Then Banks Conner, Cary Mangus and Charley Tull will get to do something else. And they can't wait. [10:45:30] ((BUT IT'S A BIG SADNESS TOO. BECAUSE THE BUSINESS HAS BEEN LIKE A CHILD TO ALL THREE OF US.))
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The business has been complicated by big box stores, Walmart, Target and specialty stores in their own niche such as Dick's Sporting Goods. The Internet and catalogue orders have also chipped away at their share of the business. The men who comprise C-M-T remain convinced, however, that it is possible for independently- owned businesses to compete in the global economy. [10:56:29] ((THE PRESSURES HAVE MADE RUNNING A BUSINESS MORE DIFFICULT. THERE'S NO QUESTION ABOUT THAT WHEN YOU'RE COMPETING WITH NATIONALS. IT'S NOT UNDO-ABLE.))
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The retail business will close for good in December. C-M-T's "team division" will be sold to an un-named Virginia dealer.

[Khumalo]


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A homeless man is facing 20 years to life in prison for the murder of another homeless person last year in Lynchburg.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/November 2003; ]

A jury today found 22 year old Gregory Khumalo guilty of first degree murder in the death of Linda Kirkland last November. Kirkland was found beaten and stabbed to death behind a vacant building frequented by homeless people. Police say Khumalo had been drinking and doing drugs the night of the murder. The two- man, 10- woman jury is still deciding how much prison time Khumalo should serve. He faces anywhere from 20 years to life.
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[Linkous]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=myr]
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The attorney for a Christiansburg teenager charged with murder says the case is overblown.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Christiansburg/File Tape;]

17-year-old Zachary Linkous was indicted yesterday for first-degree murder in the shooting death of 15-year-old Edward Bertrand in June. Bertrand was shot once in the stomach at a friend's garage on Spruce Street in Christiansburg.
[SUPER=03-Radford;]

But, Linkous' attorney, Jimmy Turk, says the shooting was an accident, and his client shouldn't be charged with ANYTHING -- much less murder.
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[SOT 212]
[IN Q=you know]

((JIMMY TURK/LINKOUS' ATTY: YOU KNOW I HAVE A LOT OF RESPECT FOR THE AUTHORITIES OVER THERE IN C'BURG AND ALWAYS HAVE, BUT YOU DON'T TRY TO CREATE SOMETHING THAT SIMPLY ISN'T THERE. AND HERE I DO BELIEVE HONESTLY THAT THERE IS AN ATTEMPTED CREATION OF A CRIME THAT SIMPLY DOESN'T EXIST.))
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[OUT Q=simply doesn't exist]
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[VO-NAT]

Linkous was initially charged with malicious wounding- now he faces first degree murder charges. His attorney believes the charges were elevated based on hearsay from a witness who may deny making the statement. The case is scheduled for trial November 17th.
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[Parole-Anniversary]


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[WRITER=jwi]
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Virginia is a safer place to call home. That was the message from lawmakers who helped create a bill that abolished parole ten years ago.
[DOUBLE BOXES= & Jennifer/Microwave;]

However, Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer Wishon is here to tell us not everyone is celebrating. Jean, lawmakers say no parole is keeping violent offenders off Virginia streets.
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[SUPER=@Jennifer1;]
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But along with no parole came tougher sentencing guidelines- ones that critics say are too harsh for non- violent offenders.
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((JO ANN BRUCE: SHE WAS VERY OUTGOING, THOUGHT THAT SHE COULD DO EVERYTHING.))
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Jo Ann Bruce's 22- year- old daughter, Dawn, was murdered in her apartment more than ten years ago. When she learned her daughters killer may not serve his entire sentence [INSERT SIGNING OF BILL VIDEO HERE] she joined then Governor George Allen in getting a bill passed that abolished parole.
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[IN Q=In the administration of justice]

((ALLEN: IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE WHEN SOMEONE IS CONVICTED THEY ARE GOING TO SERVE THE TIME THAT WAS IMPOSED AND THE VICTIMS FAMILIES DO NOT HAVE TO GO THROUGH THE FEAR EVERY YEAR THAT THIS CRIMINAL IS GOING TO BE LET OUT.))
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Allen says that in 1994 convicted felons were only serving one third of their sentences - and three out of four violent crimes were being committed by repeat offenders.
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[IN Q=We saw criminals being]

((KILGORE: WE SAW CRIMINALS BEING LET BACK INTO OUR COMMUNITIES ONLY TO SEE THEM COMMIT THEIR CRIMES OVER AND OVER ENDANGERING MORE LIVES.))
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[OUT Q=endangering more lives]

Today the Virginia Sentencing Commission reports a decrease in violent crimes over the past decade. But for Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants, the past ten years have been detrimental. They say the legislation only increased the cost of corrections and denies Virginians a second chance.
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[IN Q=None of us disown our children]

((KEITH DEBLASIO: NONE OF US DISOWN OUR CHILDREN THE FIRST TIME THEY MAKE A MISTAKE. AND OFTEN IN SOCIETY WITH THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM BECAUSE ITS DISTANT FROM US WE DO TEND TO DISOWN PEOPLE FOR FAIRLY SIMPLE MISTAKES.))
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Senator Henry Marsh says he'd like to see inmates receive more care. Instead of prisons breeding criminals he'd like to see inmates trained to become productive citizens once released.
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[IN Q=The problem is a lot]

((SEN. MARSH: THE PROBLEM IS A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO ARE IN PRISON WILL COME OUT AND THEY NEED TO GET MORE EDUCATION, MORE TRAINING, MORE INCENTIVES TO BEHAVE WHILE THEY'RE IN PRISON SO WHEN THEY COME OUT THEY WILL ADJUST MORE EASILY.))
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[OUT Q=adjust more easily])))
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A bill that would have done just that failed in the senate last year.
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Jean, Marsh plans to re- introduce a similar bill during the upcoming General Assembly session.

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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]
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Why would one locality want their residents to go for a night on the town in another city? That story is still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Jean 2-Shot]


and at a time that the flu vaccination supply is strictly limited, one local hospital gives other clinics in the area a shot in the arm.
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[1st-Wx]
[Flu-Shots]

((MINI OPEN))


[ANCHOR=Jean 2-shot]
[NEWSCAST=6]
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Carilion Health System is one of the few healthcare providers in our area that got most of the flu vaccine that it ordered.
[ANCHOR= Keith 2-shot]


Some hospitals didnt' get any --and that's why Carilion has decided to share.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Carilion is giving away 8-hundred flu shots to Lewis-Gale Medical Center and Smyth County Community Hospital.
Carilion says it had enough for its high risk employees and patients --so it decided to help other hospitals in need.

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((THE FLU WE'VE BEEN FORTUNATE WE HAVENT' HAD A BIG FLU SEASON IN SEVERAL YEARS BUT THE FLU IS A SERIOUS ILLNESS AND EXPECIALLY PATIENTS LIKE ELDERLY AND OR PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS CAN BECOME ILL AND EVEN DIE FROM THE FLU.))
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[VO-NAT]


Carilion says the decision is in line with it mission to care all of the patients in the region.
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[Ferrum-Express]


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Traveling back and forth between Franklin County and Roanoke will soon be a little easier and cheaper.
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[VO-NAT]
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Beginning October 29th, Valley Metro will offer a new bus service called the Ferrum Express. It will provide FREE bus service between Ferrum and Roanoke on Fridays and Saturdays. The new route will begin and end at Ferrum College, with stops through Rocky Mount and the Roanoke City Market. Officials say the new service will be beneficial for both students and the public.
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((DEAN BROWELL/FERRUM COLLEGE SPOKESMAN: I THINK THAT IT PROVIDES A TOTALLY DIFFERENT DYNAMIC FOR ACTIVITIES ON THE WEEKEND, AND IT'S ONE THAT IS RELATIVELY HEADACHE FREE.))
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[VO-NAT]

Ferrum college, Franklin County and Rocky Mount all put up funding for the 24-thousand dollar project. The rest was covered through federal and state grants.
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[Downtown-Mural]


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Downtown Roanoke is about to get a little more colorful.
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[VO-NAT]
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That big mural on the building across from City hall is now 25 years old and its colors have faded.
Plans are now now underway to repaint the mural.
The artist who designed the original is Dorothy Gillispie-
She has a studio in New York City- and is working this week on sending nformation on the exact colors that'll be used.
Gillespie is from the region. She says once the paint and colors are determined, sign painters will actually do the work.
It's hoped the brighter mural will be finished by February.
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[Stocks]


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[WRITER=rle]
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On Wall Street, rising oil prices once again caused stocks to slip a little lower today. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The Dow dropped 77 points. Nasdaq was off 6.
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[SPONSOR ANNOUNCE]
[COMMERCIAL]

[Africa-Ministry]


[ANCHOR=Jean 2-shot]
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[WRITER=jda]
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A Roanoke- based ministry is working in many of the world's trouble spots, and "Answering the Call" has a growing presence in central Africa.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-shot]


This month, one of the group's partners in the Democratic Republic of Congo is bringing his story to the Roanoke Valley.
Tonight, Joe Dashiell introduces us to Desire (DEH-zi-ray) Kabangira (KAH-bohn-Gear-uh).
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((JE SUIS... I'M VERY HAPPY TO BE HERE AMONG YOU. IT'S THE FIRST TIME I'VE EVER VISITED THIS BIG BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY.))


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[OUT Q=this big beautiful country.]


Desire Kabangira is getting his first look at western Virginia, but his partnership with the Roanoke-based ministry Answering the Call is now four years old.
During a visit this week to Roanoke College and a class studying the History of Modern Africa, he offered a personal perspective on his country's daunting problems.
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((SO NOW THE CHILDREN ARE NOT EDUCATED THEY DO NOT HAVE ANYTHING TO EAT. A LOT OF TIMES THERE ARE FAMILIES WHO ONLY EAT ONCE OR TWICE EVERY THREE DAYS.))
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Years of Conflict, the genocide that claimed millions of lives in neighboring Rwanda and the AIDS epidemic have left overwhelming problems in the central African nation... but also fertile ground, David Fuller says, for the work of ministries such as Answering the Call.
The group and its partners in the Congo have established orphanages, a school and eight new churches.
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[IN Q=We want]

((WE WANT PEOPLE HERE IN ROANOKE AND EVEN PASTORS HERE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THE SITUATION IS IN CONGO HOW THE CHURCH CAN COME TO BEAR THERE, TO BRING NOT ONLY ASSISTANCE, BUT LONG TERM AND LASTING PEACE THERE.))
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[OUT Q=long term and lasting peace there.]


Reflecting on the future of his country, Kabangira said he remains optimistic that a long and lasting peace is possible.
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[IN Q=I hope that with the help]

((I HOPE THAT WITH THE HELP OF OTHER PEOPLE, LIKE AMERICAN PEOPLE, GOD WILL PROVIDE ENDURING PEACE IN MY COUNTRY AND GOOD LEADERSHIP IN MY COUNTRY AND THINGS ARE GOING TO GET BETTER.))
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[OUT Q=things are going to get better.]


Joe Dashiell News 7 Salem))


[Sports Tease]


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Tech, VMI and Roanoke College basketball coaches team up to fight cancer, Redskisn quarterback Mark Brunnell gives a harsh grade on his season to date
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[VO-NAT]


and his caoch's corppration, Joe Gibbs Racing gets a special delivery and will go to three teams next season with Jason Leffler.
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[S-NLCS ]


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[ENG#=1]

The NLCS series between St. Louis and Houston begins tonight. The Astros will NOT start Roger Clements until later in the series against St. Louis's underated pitching staff. Gretna's Tony Womack talks about facing the Rocket.
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[S-ALCS]


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In the ALCS, New York leads Boston 1-nothing in theseries. Game two is tonight at 8 at Yankee Stadium

[S-Gibbs]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-179]
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[ENG#=2]


Joe Gibbs Racing made a huge announcement today in Charlotte.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC; :00]


The organization will expand to three teams in 2005, with Fed Ex adorning the hood of a number 11 Chevy Monte Carlo.
Jason Leffler, who ran one Cup season with Chip Ganassi will be behind the wheel.
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[S-Skins]


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[WRITER=sma]
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The Redskins are in Chicago to battle the Bears Sunday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ashburn; :00]

Washington is 26th out of 32 teams in total offense. Quarterback Mark Brunnell takes responsibility for the Skins 1 and 4 start.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Mark Brunnell/Redskins Quarterback; :00]
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[OUT Q=..... count quite a few"]
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[S-Golf]


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[WRITER=mst]
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[GRAPHIC=NEWS 7 SPORTS]
[ENG#=1]

The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame is in Portsmouth, a little out of reach for folks on this end of the state.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Portsmouth; :00]

But all of that is about the change. The Hall of Fame is undergoing a major transformation and by next April this small museum will be replaced by a new $11 million dollar hall in Portsmouth. But more importantly for those of us in southwest Virginia - a satellite hall of fame will open in the Roanoke Valley by 2007.
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[IN Q=WE WOULD LIKE...]
[SUPER=01-Charlie Moir/Hall of Fame Member; :00]
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[OUT Q=...facility there."]
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[VO-NAT con't]

In order to create more awareness about the Hall of Fame - a big captain's choice golf tournament is set for next Wednesday at Hanging Rock. Spots are still open - if you'd like to get a foursome entered.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=BITE]
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[OUT Q=....SPORTS HALL OF FAME."]
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[S-Cancer]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-178 1:06:11]
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[ENG=2]


Three local NCAA basketball coaches are now on the same team.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Virginia Tech's Seth Greenberg, VMI's Bart Bellairs and Roanoke's Page Moir are promoting Breast cancer awareness month and were at the Hotel Roanoke for today's pink ribbon gathering. The three coaches announced plans for the "evening at center court" gayla in May at Hotel Roanoke, a fund rasier to help fight cancer.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Seth Greenberg/Va. Tch Men's Basketball Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Page Moir/Roanoke College Men's Basketball Coach; :16]
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[OUT Q=....all 3 of us"]
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[VO-NAT]

The trio also begin basketball practice this weekend and midnight madness is inthe air.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Bart Bellairs/VMI Head Basketball Coach; :00]
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