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Coming up on News 7-
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A methadone clinic in Roanoke is set to open in a matter of days, unless opponents get their say. We''ll tell you what they're planning. Plus, before digging into your pocket to donate to tsunami relief, check out which agencies are the most reputable. And what movie would spur you to spend five months in line?
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News 7 is next.

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((IT NEEDS TO BE MONITORED. NOT IN OUR BACK YARD.))
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Opponents of a new methadone clinic fight to keep it out of Northwest Roanoke.
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[Methadone-Clinic]


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The planned clinic on Hershberger road that has ignited a storm of controversy, is now close to opening. Jeremy Butterfield tells us how residents and the North West Concerned Citizens committee plan to keep the clinic out their back yard.
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((LADY/THEY'RE TERRORISTS AND WERE NOT GOING TO HAVE THEM IN OUR COMMUNITY!)) [RUNS:04]
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It's no secret that some Roanoke residents are angered over a planned Methadone Clinic. The facility, run by CRC Health Group, may open its doors on Hershberger road as early as next week. Friday night, nearly 60 residents packed the back room of La' Cove restaurant, in Northwest Roanoke, to organize a new neighborhood committee.
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((TERYCK MANIGAULT:WE GONNA HAVE TO FIGHT FOR IT. WE ARE GOING TO HAVE TO GO ALL THE WAY. THAT MEANS PARTICIPATION, PEOPLE COMING TOGETHER AS ONE, AND WE JUST HAVE TO FIGHT THIS THING.)) [RUNS:10]
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The Northwest Concerned Citizens committee has already secured a lawyer out of Abingdon and is now trying to raise nearly five thousand dollars so it can go forward with plans to file a lawsuit against CRC.
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[IN Q=The way they explained]

((GWEN SMITH:THE WAY THEY EXPLAINED IT THIS LAWYER IS VERY EXPERIENCED IN THIS TYPE OF THING. HE HAS HAD A SUCCESSFUL CAREER OF FIGHTING THIS CLINIC IN OTHER CITIES.)) [RUNS:11]
[OUT Q=clinic in other cities.]

Other orginizations in Roanoke are getting behind the committee's efforts. Members of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference say they hope the gathering Friday night will show CRC that opponents are organized and ready to argue their case.
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((REVEREND EDWARD MITCHELL:I THINK THAT ONE THING IT WILL DO IT WILL LET THE METHADONE CLINIC KNOW THAT WE ARE NOT LAYING DOWN AND THAT THE FIGHT WILL GO ON. EVEN THOUGH THEY MAY OPEN THE DOORS, AS I SAID TONIGHT WE MAY SWALLOW IT FOR A LITTLE BIT BUT WE WILL NEVER DIGEST IT.)) [RUNS:13]
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((JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:IN ADDITION TO SECURING A LAWYER, THE GROUP ALSO PLANS TO BOYCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESSES THAT HAVE NOT PUBLICLY OPPOSED THE CLINIC. THE COMMITTEE WILL HOLD THE NEXT PUBLIC MEETING JANUARY 21ST. JEREMY BUTTERFIELD NEWS 7.)) [RUNS:15]
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Workers have been going door to door in South Carolina looking for more victims of a deadly train wreck and gas leak.


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The accident near Graniteville has killed eight people and injured more than 200. The crash happened early Thursday when a Norfolk-Southern freight train hit a parked train rupturing a tanker filled with chlorine. Toxic fumes forced more than five thousand residents to evacuate and are still keeping many indoors.
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((LAMAR LEDFORD/CHLORINE GAS VICTIM: I WAITED 45 MINUTES, AND IT WAS GETTING WORSE, NO ONE CAME. BUT THE PHONE WAS STILL OUT. I REMEMBER I HAVE MY CELL PHONE IN MY JACKET POCKET. SO I WENT BACK UPSTAIRES AND DIALED 9-1-1.))
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All eight deaths appear to be caused by inhaling gas. A state of emergency has been declared in the county with nearby schools and factories closed.
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[SUPER=03-Bolognina Di Crevalcore, Italy]

Meanwhile, in northern Italy, a train collision today killed fourteen people and injured dozens. A passenger train hit a freight train in thick fog. Rugged terrain is slowing rescue efforts. The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
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[Tsunami]


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Congress is working on a plan for a global tsunami warning system. Senator Joe Lieberman of Connecticut wants the United States to build a 30 (m) million-dollar network of buoys, wave gauges and seismic sensors and spend seven and a-half (m) million dollars a year to maintain it.
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Meantime, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and Secretary of State Colin Powell today visited Sri Lanka. The island lost 30-thousand people in the tidal wave. Marines are trying to figure out where to deliver aid. Some of the troops are just happy to be out of combat zones.
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A poll taken for The Associated Press finds that nearly three in ten Americans surveyed say they have donated to tsunami victims. Another 37-percent said they plan to give something.

[Red-Cross]


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Much of that money has gone to the American Red Cross... 150 million dollars in fact.
Donations at the Roanoke Chapter are approaching 130-thousand bucks.

[Tsunami-Aid]


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The American Red Cross is reputable.. but not all organizations asking for money are.
When disaster strikes sometimes scam artists do as well.
Tonight, Jean Jadhon has more on what you need to know before you give.
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(( Scam artists take advantage of scenes like this to make money- at your expense. JULIE WHEELER/BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU SW VIRGINIA: THEY PREY ON THE FACT THAT OUR HEARTS ARE ACHING FOR WHAT THESE PEOPLE ARE SUFFERING THROUGH.
Before you donate to help Tsuanami victims here is what you need to know.
Be wary of charities that are long on emotion and short on information. Ask questions... WHAT IS THEIR PROGRAM WHAT IS THEIR PLAN?
E-mails asking for donations should send up a are red flag. they are usually thieves looking for your money or your identity. WITH ALL THE HIGH TECH CAPABILITES THEY CAN MAKE IT LOOK LIKE WHEN NOT ACTUALLY ON THAT CAHRITIES WEBSITE. JEAN JADHON/NEWS 7: IF YOU ARE GOING TO DONATE ON LINE... GO TO A REPUTABLE ORGANIZATIONS SITE YOURSELF. WHENEVER YOU CLINK ON THE LINK TO DONATE.. LOOK AT THE ORGANIZATIONS U-R-L IN THE BROWSER WINDOW. IT SHOULD MATCH THE CHARITY. IF THE NAME IS HIDDEN OR NOT FAMLIAR TO YOU..... LOG OFF THE SITE.
Always make a check out to the organization ..not to an individual.
Watch out for excessive pressure for on the spot donations.
This disaster is big and money is needed over the longrun. IF THEY'RE IN A HURRY CHANCE ARE THEY DON'T WANT YOU TO DO YOUR HOMEOWRK AND CHECK IT OUT. Jean Jadhon, News 7.))
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The Better Business Bureau evaulates charities.
For a link to a list, go to WDBJ-7 dot com and click on websites in the news or you can call your local Better Business Bureau.
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[Aniston-Pitt]


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Hollywood glamour couple Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have split.
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Brad Pitt's publicist confirms the split, but declined to say if the couple would file for divorce.
The separation comes more than four years after the couple's Malibu wedding----and

after months of speculation that their marriage was in trouble. Pitt and Aniston have been together since meeting on a blind date in 1998.
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Still ahead on News Seven, police need help finding the man who broke into an area high school.
Plus the murders of three civil rights workers have gone unsolved for 40 years.
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Tonight authorities say they've cracked the case, Why they say they've got their man.
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[Sports-preview]


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A "break in" at a local high school has police searching for a suspect.
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Roanoke Police say a surveillance camera caught a white male with dark hair breaking into William Fleming High School on Christmas eve. The suspect was carrying a red backpack. Officers say the suspect took some items from the school but they won't say what those items were.
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[TAKE CRIMELINE FS] They're now asking for the public's help. Anyone with information can call the Crime Line at 540-344-8500.
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[Higher-Ed]


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Virginia's colleges and universities are expected to generate attention during the upcoming General Assembly session.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond/October;]

Governor Mark Warner spent time during the fall getting public input on a number of issues. He'd like to see schools focus on producing the types of graduates needed for Virginia's workforce and conducting research that will spawn new industries. He'd also like to see the state support more financial aid, but hopes the legislature won't get bogged down addressing one or two issues.
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((MARK WARNER: WE NEED TO NOT TAKE THESE ISSUES ON AN ISOLATED BASIS BUT WE NEED TO LOOK AT HIGHER ED'S GOALS AS A WHOLE AND WHAT DO WE WANT FROM HIGHER EDUCATION OVER THE NEXT DECADE.))
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Virginia Tech is one of the schools expected to request "Charter Status" this year. The proposed legislation would give Tech's Board of Visitors more decision- making authority.
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The General Assembly session begins next Wednesday with Governor Mark Warner's State of the Commonwealth. News Seven will carry it live, beginning at Seven o-clock.
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They face fines of up to one- and- three-quarter million dollars apiece, IF they're convicted.
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Today the principals of a small Virginia company pled NOT guilty to seven criminal counts against each of them plus the firm itself. Randall Leon Maxwell is the president of Fire Safety Products. He and his older brother, Gilbert Lee Maxwell run the company. Office manager Allen Jay Dickerson also entered a NOT guilty plea. They're accused of fudging inspections of high-pressure cylinders over a two and a half year period.
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((I THINK WE OBVIOUSLY WOULD HAVE PREFERRED THESE CASES NOT COME TO ANY INDICTMENT. BUT THIS IS THE FIRST OPPORTUNITY THESE MAN HAVE HAD TO STAND UP AND SAY, "NOT GUILTY" AND DEFEND THEMSELVES. THAT'S WHAT WE INTEND TO DO.))
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The company tests high-pressure compressed gas cylinders, the kind of tanks SCUBA divers use. Some were allegedly "dry stamped," that is: approved without being pressure tested.
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Reported Klansman Edgar Ray Killen will remain in jail without bond despite entering *not guilty* pleas in the murder of three civil rights workers in 1964. It's the first time Mississippi has sought criminal charges in the case. Kelly Cobiella reports.
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((OLD, GRAY AND HANDCUFFED ... REPUTED KU KLUX KLANSMAN, EDGAR RAY KILLEN, WALKED SLOWLY INTO A MISSISSIPPI COUNTY COURTHOUSE ... ON WHAT MANY CONSIDER TOO LONG OF A PATH TO JUSTICE.
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KILLEN WAS ARRAIGNED FRIDAY -- CHARGED WITH THE MURDERS OF THREE CIVIL RIGHTS WORKERS MORE THAN 40 YEARS AGO.
(NAT - "Not guilty")

STANDING BEFORE A JUDGE, KILLEN MAINTAINED HIS INNOCENCE ... JUST AS HE HAS THE PAST FOUR DECADES. JAMES CHANEY -- A 21-YEAR OLD BLACK MAN FROM MISSISSIPPI -- AND TWO WHITE MEN FROM NEW YORK ... 24-YEAR OLD MICHAEL SCHWERNER AND 20 YEAR OLD ANDREW GOODMAN ... WERE KIDNAPPED, BEATEN, AND SHOT ON A LONELY MISSISSIPPI ROAD. THEIR BURIED BODIES WERE FOUND 44 DAYS LATER. SEVEN OTHER KLANSMAN CONNECTED TO CASE WERE CONVICTED OF FEDERAL CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, BUT MISSISSIPPI HAD NEVER CHARGED ANYONE WITH THE ACTUAL MURDERS ... UNTIL NOW. THE BROTHER OF ONE VICTIM SAYS HIS ANGER IS NO LONGER AIMED AT KILLEN...
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"Changed from hatred of these individuals - expose system that created violence." CONVINCED THEY HAVE THEIR MAN, PROSECUTORS SAY THERE WILL BE NO OTHER INDICTMENTS. THE ARREST OUTRAGED KILLEN'S BROTHER, WHO ATTACKED A PHOTOGRAPHER OUTSIDE THE COURTHOUSE. ANOTHER SUSPECT IS JUST AS INDIGNANT.
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"To bring this back after 40-years is a nightmare. To bring it back after 40-years is ridiculous." KILLEN WILL BE HELD WITHOUT BAIL UNTIL HIS NEXT HEARING ON WEDNESDAY. KELLY COBIELLA, CBS NEWS.))

[Drug-Chase]


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A high-speed chase through Lynchburg has landed an Amherst County man in jail.
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Around 10:30, a Lynchburg officer observed an alleged drug transaction and tried to pull over the driver.
The car took off with police in pursuit at speeds in excess of 100 miles an hour.
Lynchburg authorities dropped the chase as the car went into Amherst County, but deputies there spotted the vehicle a few minutes later.
53-year-old Richard Dwayne Peters faces charges of reckless driving and eluding police.
Amherst authorities have charged him with possession of crack cocaine.
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Robin says showers and sunshine for the weekend.
The forecast is still ahead on News Seven.
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Plus this movie fans hopes the force will be with him as he camps out for the next six months at his local theater.
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[Roanoke-Shooting]


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Roanoke police are on the scene of a deadly shooting tonight.
Officers say just before eight o-clock, family members found a man and a woman dead inside a home in the 1900 hundred block of Orange Avenue.
21 year old Latoria Smith and 34 year old Mark Anthony Lester had both been shot to death.
Police aren't yet sure if they're dealing with a dounble murder or murder-suicide.
We'll have more information as it becomes available.

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A piece of Montgomery County history is seeing the light for a final time.
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The county received a grant to excavate the old Merrimac Coal Mine, and then seal it off forever. The mine started producing coal in the 17-hundreds before closing about 70 years ago. Items of historic value found in the mine will be preserved and put on display in the Coal Mining Heritage Park museum that is in the planning stage. Early next week, crews will backfill the shaft, and then seal it off.
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This could be the year the secret of King Tut's death is revealed.
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Researchers have briefly removed the young leader's mummy from its tomb and laid the bones bare for a CT scan. The process could solve the enduring mystery of whether the Egyptian pharaoh was murdered or died of natural causes 3,000 years ago. Egypt's chief archaeologist says the kind was buried in a "hurried" fashion in a glitter of gold treasures, a sign that he may have been murdered. The mysteries include Tut's royal lineage and his exact age at the time of death - now estimated at 17.
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High school basketball highlights with Blacksburg, Cave Spring, Salem, and Hidden Valley and Tech's tight end goes back to basketball,
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Former Virginia star and Steelers linebacker James Farrior finished second in the NFL defensive player of the year award voting. Baltimore's Ed Reed is the N-F-L's defensive player of the year. The Ravens safety is in his third season out of the University of Miami. He earned 20 votes from a national panel of writers and broadcasters who cover pro football, beating Farrior, who had 16. Reed led the N-F-L with nine interceptions. The Jets Jonathan Vilma is the N-F-L's defensive rookie of the year.
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[S-Floyd]


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The Redskins have hired Bill Musgrave as the team's offensive assistant-quarterbacks coach, head coach Joe Gibbs confirmed today.
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[SUPER=03-Charlotteville; :00]

Musgrave previously served as offensive coordinator-quarterbacks coach with the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2003-04 seasons. Regarding Musgrave, Gibbs said: "We have somebody that a lot of us know. He's bright and sharp. He comes from a different tree as far as offense goes, which is good because it brings in a lot of new ideas." Musgrave was the offensive coordinator at UVa before going to Jacksonville.
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Cave Spring welcomed Blacksburg to town tonight.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Bruins vs. Knights; :00]

The Knights were coming off an overtime win against Roanoke Catholic. Blacksburg coach Doug Day attended that game to scout the Knights. We pick it up in the third. The Bruins Preston Turpin dishes to Tyler Holmes and he rips rope from behind the three line. 34-33 Knights.
[SUPER=33-Cave Spring/51/Blacksburg/46;]Cave Spring answers with the long ball as well. Brian Thompson gives the rock

to John Michael Bohon and he buries it to extend the Knights lead to 4. Then, Jaren Jaudon makes the high pass to Brandon Dove under the iron and he finishes with the deuce. The Knights Alex Lemmer is gonna get the assist here when Kenny Horan drives under the basket for two and the Knights win 51-46 in double overtime.
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[S-Valley]


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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Spartans vs. Titans; :00]


Over at Hidden Valley, the Titans would host Salem. Lets start with the Spartans and watch Jeremy Adams take the ball down court uncontested and he pulls up for the nice three pointer.
Then, Melvin Felix gets the ball in the hands of Curtis Peery for the lay up but the Titans were still out in front by 3.
[SUPER=33-Hidden Valley/49/Salem/45 ;]Hidden Valley's Bryan Bush with the ball movement, Brandon Lower is gonna sco

re here for a 5 point lead.
Corey Shell then gives to T.C. Bane for two and Hidden Valley beats Salem 49-45.
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[S-Girls]


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In girls action, Hidden Valley hosted Salem in a double header between the two schools.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Spartans vs. Titans; :00]


Right to the action and Emory Wallace was strong tonight, he she takes the ball and goes hard to the hoop for two points. 45-27 Titans in the third.
[SUPER=33-Hidden Valley/49/Salem/33;]Salem would huddle up and try to stop Wallace but that is a tall task.


Wallace again gets the shot, she had 19 points. Hidden Valley is now 10 and 1 with the 49 to 33 win.
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[S-King]


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The Virginia Tech men's basketball team is getting some big help..litterally. Tech 6 foot 5, 265 pound tight end Jeff King will join the basketball team this season.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]


King caught 25 passes and had 304 receiving yards to go with 4 touchdown catches for the Hokies this past season which ended January third in the Sugar Bowl.
Sources say King made the decision to play for Seth Greenberg earlier this week. King, who was a stand out basketball player at Pulaski County, will officially join the team next week and will suit up for the game Wednesday January 12th against Bethune Cookman. The junior will give the Hokies a much need strong body inside.
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[S-Hokies]


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King's new team takes on Florida State in Tallahassee tomorrow in Tech's second ACC contest.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]


The Hokies come into the game 6 and 5 on the season. Tech is 1 and 3 away from Cassell Coliseum.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Allen Calloway/Va. Tech Junior Forward; :00]
[RUNS=:18]
[OUT Q=....road team too"]
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[S-Fertitta]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-184 ]
[GRAPHIC=Radford]
[ENG#=3]


After starting 2 and 7, the Radford women's basketball team has won three straight. Travis Wells visited with lady Highlanders and former Northside star Corrie Fertitta today.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=@Travis1; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jeri Porter/Radford Women's Basketball Coach; :15]
[SUPER=01-Corrie Fertitta/Radford Freshman Forward; :41]
[RUNS=1:20]
[OUT Q=....news 7 sports"]
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[S-Gore]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-181 2:03:24]
[GRAPHIC=Mami]
[ENG#=4]


Miami running back Frank Gore has had enough of college football, he's skipping his senior season for the N-F-L draft.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]

He has already signed with agent David Levine. Miami coach Larry Coker was among those who said Gore's stock would considerably rise if he stayed for 2005. Gore had two major knee injuries in college. He still had a team-best 945 yards and 1,975 yard 17 touchdowns for his career.
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[TOSS TO BREAK]

[Star-Wars]


[ANCHOR=Shan]
[NEWSCAST=11 p.m.]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=None]
[ENG#=1]


A Washington State man is *un*officially in the running for the title of biggest "Star Wars" fan.
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[VO-NAT :13]
[SUPER=03-Seattle;]

Jeff Tweiten has pitched camp outside the Cinerama theater in Seattle. He's waiting for the next installment in the Star Wars trilogy: The Revenge of the Sith. The kicker is he has almost half a year to go.
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[SOT :27 - :35]
[IN Q=It seems like the right time to do it...]

((JEFF TWEITEN/"STAR WARS" FAN; IT SEEMS LIKE THE RIGHT TIME TO DO IT AND IT'S THE LAST RITUAL WE HAVE AS A GENERATION TO COME OUT AND CAMP OUT FOR THESE MOVIES.))
[SUPER=01-Jeff Tweiten/"Star Wars" Fan;]
[RUNS=:08]
[OUT Q=camp out for these movies.]
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[VO-NAT :07]

Tweiten started his wait New Year's Day. A similar line developed before episode II came out.
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