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Coming up on News 7-
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Details are hard to come by in a shooting in Roanoke tonight. Plus, Victory Stadium's literally crumbling. Why seating will be limited at tomorrow's high school football game. And a Halloween angel earns her halo.
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News 7 is next.

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A shooting tonight in Southeast Roanoke.
Police say two officers shot a suspect.
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[Roanoke-Shooting]


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The incident happened around 8:30 tonight near the CVS on Ninth Street.
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Justin McLeod is near the scene tonight. Justin what happened.
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[Victory-Stadium]


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Watch your step if you attend William Fleming's football game at Victory Stadium tomorrow.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Several areas of seats are roped off after being deemed unsafe. In fact, several people, including the principal of Patrick Henry High School, were injured at last week's game when one of the concrete steps apparently crumbled. City leaders point out the stadium is more than 60 years old. They agree repairs are needed. A citizen's committte is already studying whether to renovate the stadium or build a new one.
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[SOT ]
[IN Q=If it requires...]

((MINA BOYD/ROANOKE CIVIC CENTER: IF IT REQUIRES A CONTRACTOR I WOULD REALLY WANT TO SEE WHAT THE COMMITTEE IS GOING TO DO BEFORE MORE MONEY HAS BEEN INVESTED.))
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[SS=HOLD]

The public will get its say Tuesday night at a hearing at Lucy Addison Middle School.

[Peterson]


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Death or life in prison. Those are the punishments Scott Peterson faces after being found guilty today of killing his wife and unborn son. Teri Okita reports.
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[IN Q=There was raw emotion outside...]
[SUPER=03-Redwood City, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jim Hammer/Legal Analyst; :44]
[SUPER=01-Paula Canny/Legal Analyst; 1:09]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/CBS News; 1:34]
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[OUT Q=CBS NEWS, REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA]

((THERE WAS RAW EMOTION OUTSIDE THE COURTHOUSE (nat pop) AND INSIDE THE COURTROOM. BUT SCOTT PETERSON SAT STONE-FACED -- LOOKING STRAIGHT AHEAD -- AS HE LEARNED HIS FATE.
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"We the jury in the above and titled cause find the defendant, Scott Lee Peterson, guilty of the crime of murder of Laci Denise Peterson." THE JURY FOUND PETERSON GUILTY OF FIRST-DEGREE MURDER IN THE DEATH OF HIS WIFE LACI, AND GUILTY OF SECOND-DEGREE MURDER FOR THE LOSS OF THEIR UNBORN CHILD. LACI'S MOTHER WEPT AFTER HEARING THE VERDICT. SCOTT'S MOTHER WALKED PAST BOOS AND HISSES AS SHE LEFT THE BUILDING. THE DAY WAS A CLEAR VICTORY FOR PROSECUTORS, WHO PRESENTED 174 WITNESSES AND HUNDREDS OF PIECES OF EVIDENCE ... IN WHAT MANY CONSIDERED TO BE MAINLY A CIRCUMSTANTIAL CASE.
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"There are 10-percent of cases when jurors look around and say do we all agree. In 90-percent of the cases they go through every piece of evidence(BUTT TO). In this case they all looked around the room and they all agreed." AFTER A CHAOTIC WEEK INVOLVING THE DISMISSAL OF TWO JURORS, THIS FINAL GROUP OF SIX MEN AND SIX WOMEN REACHED A DECISION IN LESS THAN EIGHT HOURS. THAT WAS QUICKER THAN MANY COURT OBSERVERS HAD EXPECTED. DEFENSE ATTORNEY MARK GERAGOS WASN'T EVEN THERE FOR THE VERDICT.
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"I don't think that Mark Geragos in his wildest dreams ever thought a verdict would come back because he would have never left his client alone." PROSECUTORS SUCCESSFULLY ARGUED PETERSON KILLED HIS PREGNANT WIFE AND DUMPED HER BODY IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY BECAUSE HE FELT TRAPPED IN HIS MARRIAGE. NOW THE DEFENSE FACES AN EVEN TOUGHER CHALLENGE AS THEY TRY TO CONVINCE THESE SAME JURORS TO SPARE SCOTT PETERSON'S LIFE.
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THAT BEGINS ON NOVEMBER 22ND DURING THE PENALTY PHASE. JURORS WILL HEAR WITNESSES ON BOTH SIDES...THEN IT WILL BE UP TO THEM TO DECIDE WHETHER PETERSON GETS LIFE IN PRISON, OR DEATH BY LETHAL INJECTION. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA.))

[Lewis-Gale]


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Lewis-Gale Clinic will shut down two of it's primary care offices at the end of the year.
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The Rocky Mount and Back Creek locations will close. Patients will have to travel to other clinics or find new doctors.
Lewis-Gale says there weren't enough patients to support the offices.
The C-E-O says no other closings are planned for the future and the the clinic is still in the process of growth.


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Patients will be notified by mail and staff will help them relocate to other facilities.


[Middle-School]


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The future of the old Blacksburg Middle School is up for discussion again.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

Two developers are now interested in the land. One wants to build a large scale shopping mall, the other... luxury housing. Montgomery County owns the land, but Blacksburg controls the zoning. Officials from both sides have met in closed meetings the last few months to hear about the proposals.
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[SOT: 54:20:00 to :37 ]
[IN Q=The proposals]

((DON LANGREHR/BLACKSBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: THE PROPOSALS ARE ASKING FOR A DRASTIC CHANGE IN ZONING THAT IS ALREADY ALLOWED IT'S TIME FOR US TO BRING IT PUBLIC AND SEE WHETHER THAT MEETS THE EXPECTATION OF THE HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE WHO WORKED THOUSANDS OF HOURS ON THAT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. ))
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[OUT Q= plan.]
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At this point, no votes have been taken or decisions made.
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[Craig-School]


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Craig County school officials say hundreds of thousands of dollars are being held hostage.
It's the latest round in a money fight between the school board and County supervisors.
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In a memo to supervisors today, the school board says: "the Board of Supervisors is endeavoring to illegally exert control over the operations of the School Division and is holding our funding hostage to that end".
[SUPER=03-Craig Co.]


Supervisors have not released the 530-thousand dollars budgeted for the schools this month.
They want a school representative to answer questions at a board meeting.
School officials say that's not necessary. Because of the disagreement, a food distributor is demanding to be paid cash- on- delivery, because the school is behind on its payments. TEACHERS are also worried. The former president of the Education Association says teachers were told they WILL get their paychecks.. but for now, they're working on faith.
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Members of the Craig County Board of Supervisors could not be reached for comment.

[Lynchburg-Organ]


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The death of a Lynchburg teen saved a life and spawned a friendship.
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[VO-NAT]

14- year- old Korinne (Kor- in') Shroyer died in an accident two years ago. Her parents decided to donate her organs and last year met the man who received her lungs.
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Georgia native Len Geiger had suffered with genetic emphysema for ten years. It got to the point that he couldn't even walk and talk at the same time.
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[SOT 15:10:29]
[IN Q=That's a horrible feeling]

((LEN GEIGER/ORGAN RECIPIENT; THAT'S A HORRIBLE FEELING TO NOT NEVER BE ABLE TO REALLY CATCH YOUR BREATH - TO NOT BE ABLE TO FINISH A SENTENCE WITHOUT HAVING TO gasp!))
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Once they met, Geiger and the Shroyer family hit it off immediately. Tomorrow Geiger and Korrine's father, Kevin, will compete in the Richmond marathon. The two men say they're thankful for the opportunity to share their story about organ donation.
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Emotions spill over at the burial of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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Plus the Virginia Lottery revs up a local man's heart rate... with a brand new convertible.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, Week 11 high school hits as the playoff race takes shape. 15 UVA seniors are all set to play their final home game against Miami, and JMU will see plenty of William & Mary quarterback Lang Campbell tomorrow in Harrisonburg. Plus, qualifying gets soaked in Darlington. All that and more on the way in sports.))
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Although some Palestinians are having a hard time saying "goodbye" to leader Yasser Arafat, President Bush says he now sees a "great chance" for creating a Palestinian state.
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[SUPER=03-Ramallah, West Bank]


Chaos broke out as Arafat's casket arrived in Ramallah today for burial.
Palestinian police tried to control the crowd by firing into the air.
Meanwhile, in Washington, President Bush and British Prime Minster Tony Blair discussed the situation.
Both agree that Arafat's death offers an opportunity to achieve peace in the Middle East.
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[IN Q= We meet]

((BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR: WE MEET AT A CRUCIAL TIME, WHERE IT IS IMPORTANT THAT WE REVITALIZE AND REINVIGORATE THE SEARCH FOR A GENUINE, LASTING AND JUST PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST. ))
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The Arab-Israeli conflict is a top concern for both men.
However, they say future peace will depend on the new Palestinian leadership.
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[Iraq]


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The fight to gain control of Fallujuah has come at a high price for both Americans and Iraqis.
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[SUPER=03-Fallujah, Iraq]


An Iraqi aid agency says civilians trapped in the city are suffering without food, water or medical attention.
Relief agencies are having a hard time getting into the city to help the wounded.
Nearly two dozen Americans have died, while trying to gain control of what is now said to be eighty-percent of the city.
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[Jeanne-Scam]


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Scammers are trying to con Roanoke Valley disaster victims.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/File Tape]

After tropical depression Jeanne tore through our area, the Federal Emergency Management Agency wasn't far behind-- and neither were the con-artists. FEMA officials say disaster victims are often the targets of scams.
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[SOT 14:20:05]
[IN Q=It's not a new thing]

((BLAND FRANKLIN:IT'S NOT A NEW THING WHEN A DISASTER HAPPENS, BUT IT'S A SHAME, I GUESS THEY THINK THAT PEOPLE THAT ARE ALL READY HURTING ARE MORE VULNERABLE AND ANXIOUS TO GET SOME MONEY SO IT MAKES THEM SORT OF GOOD TARGETS.))
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[OUT Q=them sort of good targets.]
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[VO-NAT]

Franklin says the best way to avoid being scammed is to use common sense and to be wary of people asking for your bank account and routing numbers over the phone.
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[Web-Page]


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Our WDBJ7 Internet site has a new look -- and new ways to help you stay informed.
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[NO SUPER] You can now use your computer to watch many of the stories that appear on News 7 newscasts. Please note that if you have bookmarked any of our pages, like school closings, you will have to reset those bookmarks.
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[Take WDBJ7 Web FS #E522]

But our web address remains the same. We hope you will take a look at what's new at WDBJ7-dot-com.
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Still ahead, Travis Wells has early high school highlights and a preview of tomorrow's big contest in Charlottesville.
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And treats turned into a trick for one woman Halloween night.
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((THESE THREE LITTLE GIRLS CAME AND MY HUSBAND AND I WERE PLANNING TO GO OUT TO DINNER. SO WE THOUGHT WE'LL JUST GET RID OF ALL THE CANDY SO WE CAN LEAVE.))
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[OUT Q=so we can leave.]
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She got rid of her wedding ring in the process. We'll tell you how it all turned out.
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[Cavy]


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It chews like a rat, runs like a deer and grooms like a cat.... and it caused quite a commotion in a Washington woman's backyard.
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[SUPER=03-Kelso, WA]


Some thought it was the largest rat they'd ever seen, others thought it was a kangaroo.
After sheriff's deputies captured it and took it to the local animal shelter, they learned it was a Patagonian Cavy (cay-vie), native to South America.
They're pretty sure he's somebody's pet. But where the cavy's from or where he's going, no one knows.
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[Lotto-Car]


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Driving to work in an old car can be a gamble.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem]

Dennis Vess took it one step further and took a chance on winning a Mustang convertible. Vess was on his way to work about two weeks ago when he pulled into the One- Stop Mart in Clifton Forge.
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[SOT 9:39:45]
[IN Q=And I looked]

((DENNIS VOSS, SR./RAG TOP RICHES WINNER; AND I LOOKED UP OVER THE SUN VISOR, SAW A LOTTERY TICKET LAYING THERE, STOPPED AT THE STORE AND TURNED IT IN, BOUGHT THE RAGS TO RICHES TICKET AND WON A CAR. HA.))
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[OUT Q=won a car. Ha.]
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[VO-NAT]

Vess is the sixth Mustang winner. There are four more cars out there, waiting to be claimed in the Lottery's Rag Top Riches game.
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[S-Extra]


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Coming up, the high school playoff picture comes into focus on the final Friday of the regular season, UVA is bracing for the Hurricanes, and qualifying gets all wet in Darlington, but first our extra point,
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[SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/Comcast Sports Net; :00]


the Pacers Ron Artest was not promoting his rap album tonight. Instead he showed up for the Pacers against the 76'ers, returning from a 2 game benching to score 29 points and pull down 6 boards, but the Pacers lost 106-104 in overtime. Now the rest of tonight's numbers.
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[SUPER=0096-/Miami/84/j/San Antonio/93////L.A. Clippers/96/j/N.Y. Knicks/110///;]
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[SUPER=0098-j/Virginia/72//Maine/62//Women/;]
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[SUPER=0101-/Southern Miss/26//Memphis/27/4//;]
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[OUTCUE=last score."]
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[S-Salem]


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Let's start in Pulaski County tonight where a pair of 8 and 1 teams, Salem and Pulaski battled not only for the River Ridge District title, but a berth in the post season.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pulaski/Spartans vs. Cougars; :00]


We go right to the action in the 2nd quarter. Pulaski's Chad Thompson takes the handoff, but gets popped and coughs up the pigskin. It goes right into the hands of Cameron Chaney and Chaney goes 65 yards down the sideline for the touchdown and it was 10-nothing Spartans.
It would be much of the same in the third quarter. The Cougars Ryan Dean goes left but gives up another fumble only to watch
[SUPER=36-Salem/30/Pulaski Co./3/;]

Bryan Webb scamper 31 yards to the endzone for another defensive TD. It was 23 to 3 at that point and the Spartans sew up a playoff spot 30 to 3.
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[S-Cave]


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Cave Spring and Hidden Valley duked it out for Southwest Roanoke County bragging rights tonight at Bogle Field.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Knights vs. Titans; :00]


The Titans were the home team on the scoreboard in this one.
Late in the first quarter, Hidden Valley's Tyler Coyer keeps off the left side and goes in for the score while taking a lick. 7-nothing Titans.
Then with 6 minutes left in the half, Coyer drops back to pass, but the delivery over the middle is picked off
[SUPER=36-Cave Spring/20/Hidden Valley/7/;]

by Andrew Sellers. Sellers goes the other way for 6 on the 25 yard return. Cave went on to win it by a final of 20 to 7.
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[S-Liberty]


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In Bedford, the Liberty Minutemen finished off the first perfect regular season in school history by making short work of Staunton River.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford/Golden Eagles vs. Minutemen; :00]


The wet track didn't slow down the Minutemen one bit. From their own 48, O.B. Blake hands off to Stephen Toler who busts around the far end and finds plenty of daylight on his way to a 52 yard score, and Liberty led 7-nothing.
On their next possession, Blake decides to do things himself, slipping and sliding his way in for another score--this one from 20 yards out. The 2 point conversion made it 15 to zip.
[SUPER=36-Staunton River/7/Liberty/43/;]

A little later, Toler punches it in again on a 5 yard score. Liberty rolled 43 to 7, finishing the season at 10 and oh, while Staunton River wraps things up 0h and 10.
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[FFE-Scores]


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[GRAPHIC=Friday Football Extra]


Mike Stevens will be along in just a few minutes with plenty of highlights from the final Friday night of the regular season, plus the playoff scenarios in each division. But for now here's an early look at tonight's scoreboard.
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[FFE Scores]

[SUPER=55-John Battle/0/George Wythe/33/Brookville/9/Rustburg/0/Salem/30/Pulaski Co./3;]



[SUPER=55-Liberty/43/Staunton River/7/Bath Co./35/James River/14/Martinsville/28/Patrick Co./13;]



[SUPER=55-North Cross/34/Brunswick/0/Heritage/0/Amherst Co./20/Glenvar/14/Giles Co./28;]



[SUPER=55-Radford/0/Floyd Co./19/Page Co./19/Riverheads/26/Cave Spring/20/Hidden Valley/7;]



[SUPER=55-Christiansburg/30/Blacksburg/0/Tunstall/13/Magna Vista/34/Narrows/27/Fort Chiswell/26;]



[SUPER=55-Bland Co./8/Grayson Co./49/Northside/14/Lord Botetourt/21/Northwood/13/P.H. Glade Spring/31;]



[SUPER=55-Galax/23/Pocahontas/0/Auburn/20/E. Montgomery/37/Fort Defiance/PPD./R.E. Lee/Sat.;]



[SUPER=55-Gretna/Sat./Appomattox/2:00/Franklin Co./Sat./E.C. Glass/7:00/George Washington/Sat./Halifax Co./Noon;]



[SUPER=55-Buckingham Co./Sat./William Campbell/2:00/St. Anne's/Sat./LCA/7:30/William Byrd/Sat./William Fleming/7:30;]



[SUPER=55-Jefferon Forest/Sat./Courtland/1:30/Wilson Memorial/Sat./Parry McCluer/1:00/Dan River/Mon./Bassett/7:00;]



[SUPER=55-Altavista/Mon./Chatham/7:00;]



[S-Cavs]


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Virginia will try to hand Miami its 3rd consecutive loss tomorrow when the Canes visit Scott Stadium for a 3-30 kickoff. Hurricanes Head Coach Larry Coker has plenty of respect for the Cavaliers.
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[OUT Q=.....play on saturday"]
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[VO-NAT(con't)]
[SUPER=03-Durham, NC; :00]


The game marks senior day for the Cavaliers. Former Salem star and UVA 4th year Dennis Haley overcame academic challenges to become a top defender.
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[SUPER=01-Dennis Haley/UVa's 4th Leading Tackler as a Senior; :]
[SUPER=01-Al Groh/29 Wins at UVa; :12]
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[OUT Q=.......side bar to things"]
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[S-Dukes]


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The other marquee game in the state tomorrow takes place at Noon in Harrisonburg where James Madison locks up with William & Mary. The game between number 4 and number 10 in the 1-double A ranks should decide the A-10 title, and will feature one of the country's top quarterbacks in the Tribe's Lang Campbell. The Winchester native has accounted for 22 TD's this season.
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[SOT]
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[SUPER=01-Mickey Matthews/JMU Head Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=he does things right."]
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[S-Qualify]


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Rain in Darlington has set the field for Sunday's Southern 500.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Darlington, SC/SPEED; :00]


That means that points leader Kurt Busch and Jeff Gordon will lead the pack to the green flag on Sunday. The wet stuff washed away Ryan Newman's chance to claim a fifth straight pole. Busch qualifying and Truck Series practice were also cancelled.
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[Halloween-Ring]


[ANCHOR=Shan]
[NEWSCAST=11 p.m.]
[WRITER=syo]
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[ENG#=1]

An Indiana woman says a trick-or-treater dressed up like an angel really was heaven-sent.
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[VO-NAT :21]
[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN;]

Tarah Hall says, as she gave out candy to trick-or treaters this Halloween, her wedding ring slipped off her finger and into one of their bags. When she realized it was missing she went looking for the girls, but with no luck... Until 6-year old Brandi Flory contacted a local tv station to report she'd found a wedding ring among her treats.
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[SOT :41 - :49]
[IN Q=I dumped my candy out...]

((BRANDI FLORY/FOUND RING: I DUMPED MY CANDY OUT AND I FOUND THE RING AND IT SURPRISED ME. I WANTED TO GIVE IT TO WHOEVER IT BELONGS TO.))
[SUPER=01-Brandi Flory/Found Ring;]
[RUNS=:08]
[OUT Q=whoever it belongs to.]
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[VO-NAT :07]

After providing information only the owner would know, the half-carat ring has now been returned.
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[SOT 1:31 - 1:37]

((TARAH HALL/LOST WEDDING RING: I'M JUST GOING TO THANK HER FOR BEING MY ANGEL BECAUSE THAT'S WHAT SHE WAS THAT NIGHT. SHE WAS MY ANGEL.))
[SUPER=01-Tarah Hall/Lost Wedding Ring;]
[RUNS=:06]
[OUT Q=She was my angel.]
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