06:00-01

HEADLINES

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Another terrorist's bomb has exploded in Paris injuring dozens.
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And hundreds of thousands of black men return home following a day of reflection and atonement at the Million Man March. wx-head
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MILLION-MAN


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Thousands of black men who attended the Million Man March in Washington D-C are heading back home, reinvigorated by the day-long unity rally.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC/Yesterday;


The finale was a lengthy speech given by nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan.
He responded to the critics who denounced the march because of his involvement.
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((LOUIS FARRAKHAN/NATION OF ISLAM: WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT GOD BROUGHT IDEA TO ME.....THE RESPONSE SO MAGNIFICANT. ))
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Farrakhan urged the crowd to rebuild their communities.
Meantime, there are major differences in estimates of the number attending the March.
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Organizers say two million attended while U-S Park Police put the figure at 400-thousand.

City-Council


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TAPE#95-78
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Yesterday's march prompted an emotional response from one local resident-- who says racism is STILL very much alive.
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SOT 3:34:41
IN Q=America in the

((EVELYN BETHEL/GAINSBORO RESIDENT: AMERICA IS THE LAND OF THE FREE FOR THOSE WHO ARE OF A DIFFERENT COMPLEXION. LET'S BRING IT DOWN TO OUR DAILY LIVES AND REPRESENT ALL OF THE PEOPLE. ))
SUPER=01-Evelyn Bethel/Gainsboro Resident;
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OUT Q=all of the people
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


Bethel spoke out at yesterday's Roanoke City Council meeting.
The march also prompted Mayor Bowers to criticize ALL forms of discrimination.
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SOT 3:21:37
IN Q=I don't think

((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: I DON'T THINK THERE'S ANY QUESTION THAT ROANOKE IS RESOLVED TO RESPECT ALL INDIVIDUALS OF ANY RACE, OF ANY SEX, OF ANY CREED, OF ANY COLOR. ))
SUPER=01-David Bowers/Roanoke Mayor;
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OUT Q=of any color
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VO-NAT


Bowers suggested the city manager re- activate the community relations task force to address racial concerns.
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Paris-Explosion


ANCHOR=Melanie
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A terrorist's bomb has exploded in Paris -- gutting a car on a rush-hour subway train.
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VO-NAT


Police say at least two-dozen people are wounded, eleven seriously.
This is the eighth bombing or attempted bombing in France since July.
Authorities have blamed the bombings on Algerian militants opposed to French support for a military-installed government in the former French colony.
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Explosion


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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Rouseville, PA/Yesterday;


An explosion rocked a Pennzoil refinery in Pennsylvania yesterday killing three people and injuring at least four others.
It happened in the main part of the refinery, where the boiler and filter houses are located.
Authorities evacuated the town of Rouseville, which is 75-miles north of Pittsburgh.
About 200-people work at the refinery.
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1-Sports


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=cro
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In sports, Mike Stevens takes a look at girls' hoop action and the latest from the major league ballparks.
Good Morning.
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$CCOFF


Three-Larry


ANCHOR=Larry
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WRITER=ldo
CHROMAKEY=Live/Microwave
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(Live Interview)



SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
SUPER=11-Roanoke Co.;



SUPER=13-Liz Erwin/Fundraising Chairperson;
SUPER=13-Andrea Becker/E.I. Randle;



SUPER=11-Roanoke Co.;



(Toss to bump)


Campaign-Spending


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 95-77
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The latest campaign finance reports in the General Assembly race show Republican legislative candidates with a 225-thousand-dollar edge over Democrats.
Candidates in the Roanoke Valley continue to raise money at a RECORD pace.
Five of the candidates have raised MORE than 100- thousand dollars, and ONE of them is closing in on 200- thousand.
Joe Dashiell has the numbers.
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(( According to the latest campaign finance reports, State Senator Brandon Bell has built the biggest bankroll... more than 175- thousand dollars so far.
Democratic challenger John Edwards picked up more than 20- thousand dollars during the latest reporting period, but Roanoke's vice mayor still trails the incumbent by almost 100- thousand dollars.
Republican house candidate Trixie Averill and Democratic delegate Dick Cranwell are running the most expensive race in the Valley.
Cranwell has raised more than 68- thousand dollars since the last report, and the two have now collected more than 300- thousand dollars between them.
Roanoke Republican Newell Falkinburg isn't far behind.
He has raised almost 140- thousand in his bid to replace Chip Woodrum in the House of Delegates.
But Woodrum is closing the gap. His contributions now total more than 119- thousand dollars.
The numbers are certain to increase substantially before election day. The latest figures document fundraising through the end of September.
Joe Dashiell News 7))
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In the Valley's other contested race, democratic delegate Vic Thomas has raised more than 50- thousand dollars.
The report of his republican challenger, Jeff Artis, was not available.

L'burg-Dems


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Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer says taking on the Republicans feels a little like David versus Goliath, but he says he has his slingshot ready.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Last Night;


Beyer's remarks came at last night's opening of the Democratic headquarters in downtown Lynchburg.
General Assembly candidates Gil Cobbs, Barbara Coleman and Joyce Glaise
(glaze) were on hand.


Beyer says this fall's elections are a referendum on what he calls Governor George Allen's "radical agenda".
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SOT 18:27:39
IN Q=What we got

((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: WHAT WE GOT WAS THIS VERY IDEOLOGICAL REVOLUTION TRYING TO COME TO VIRGINIA. I DON'T THINK THE VIRGINIA PEOPLE WANTED IT AT ALL, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY REJECTED IT EMPHATICALLY LAST YEAR, BUT IF THE GOVERNOR GETS PEOPLE THAT ARE COMPLETELY LOYAL TO HIM, HE CAN DO WHAT HE WANTS.))
SUPER=@Beyer; :00
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OUT Q=do what he wants.
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VO-NAT


Beyer says Republicans can outspend but will never outwork the Democrats in this election.
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Greenbacker


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=THA
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Halifax County's Commonwealth's attorney may have violated state code in his bid for re-election.
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VO-NAT


John Greenbacker admits he used the state seal on a letter sent to local voters.
Officials with the Secretary of the Commonwealth's office say it's considered misconduct to do so for non- governmental reasons.
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Deputy Secretary Georgia Root hasn't seen the letter, but says once she does she'll notify Greenbacker by letter.
Repeat offenders could be fined or sentenced to jail.
Greenbacker says he's not entirely convinced the reproduction violated the statute.
But he says he won't use it again in his campaign.


Medicaid


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
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Some say Governors crying about federal control over Medicaid and Medicare should be careful... or they may have to pay for the management of the programs.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


Virginia Commonwealth University analyst Bob Hurley says Governor Allen can expect to take over the programs, without enough money.
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IN Q=Will we be

((WILL WE BE BETTER OFF ONCE THAT HAS COME TO THEM? IT'S VERY HARD TO TELL. AND I THINK... THE AMOUNT OF VARIATION, THE EXTENT TO WHICH STATES WILL DEVIATE FROM THE WAY THEY'VE BEEN DOING THINGS IN THE PAST UNDER A FEDERAL PROGRAM IS CAUSE FOR SOME CONCERN.))
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Hurley says he's surprised that Medicaid and Medicare reform has NOT been a bigger issue in the General Assembly campaigns.
He says lawmakers will have to decide very soon how much help they want to give the elderly with nursing home and medical care.

Football


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin'
WRITER=nle
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The Denver Broncos shut out the Oakland Raiders in a Monday Night Football matchup.
The win puts an end to Denver's seven game losing streak.
It's also the first Monday Night Football game the team has won since 19-90.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Denver, CO/ABC;


In the first quarter, Oakland's Harvey Williams fumbles and it's recovered by the Broncos.
Number 82 James Jett causes another fumble, but Denver is able to hold on.
Later in the first, Mike Pritchard gets a little out of hand.
Then in the second, John Elway throws this pass to Anthony Miller, for a 32 yard touch down.
And the Broncos go on the stomp the Raiders 27-to-0.
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Two-Larry


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SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
SUPER=11-Roanoke Co.;



(Roll cue:) Lots of responsibility in owning a pot bellied pig.
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SUPER=13-Dr. Kevin Pelzer/Large Animal Veterinarian; :00
SUPER=12-Blacksburg; :30
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OUT Q=Animal Health Today.
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Mosher


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=KHu
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The man who anchored this newscast for most of the 1980's died last week.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-File Tape;


Rick Mosher worked here at W-D-B-J for nine years, starting out as W-D-B-J's first NOON News anchor.
While anchoring NEWS 7 Mornin' along side Irv Sharp, Mosher developed a deep affection for cousin Irv.
During the station's 35th anniversary celebration, Mosher produced a tribute to Irv.
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IN Q=He sang. He played

((RICK MOSHER/FORMER NEWS 7 ANCHOR: HE SANG. HE PLAYED SEVERAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, AND HE ENTERTAINED IN HIS OWN DOWN-HOME STYLE. AS A RESULT OF HIS PURE NATURAL ABILITY, THE TRANSITION TO TELEVISION WAS SMOOTH.))
SUPER=04-1990;
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The same could be said about Rick.
He came here from W-R-O-V radio, but there was never a more natural T-V anchor.
He left here in 1992, as the ELEVEN O'clock anchor.
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Mosher went to Washington, D.C. where he worked in public relations.
He was a spokesman for the Whitman- Walker Clinic.
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Rick Mosher died last Monday from complications associated with AIDS.
He was 42. fade to break

march


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WRITER=cro
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Thousands of black men are returning home today from the Million Man March in Washington.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC/Yesterday;


The day long rally consisted of music and motivational speeches from many well known black leaders.
The theme of the march was self-help and self-respect among black men, their community and their families and their lives.
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((JESSE JACKSON/RAINBOW COALITION:why do we march because our bABIES ARE DIEING EARLIER...LESS INTELLIGENT THEN WE ARE. ))
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VO-NAT


In a two hour speech Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan called on the men to rebuild their communities.
Meantime, there are major differences in estimates of the number attending the March.
Organizers say two million attended while U-S Park Police put the figure at 400-thousand.
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Yesterday's march prompted an emotional response from one local resident...

Council


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Evelyn Bethal says racism is STILL very much alive.
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((EVELYN BETHEL/GAINSBORO RESIDENT: AMERICA IS THE LAND OF THE FREE FOR THOSE WHO ARE OF A DIFFERENT COMPLEXION. LET'S BRING IT DOWN TO OUR DAILY LIVES AND REPRESENT ALL OF THE PEOPLE. ))
SUPER=01-Evelyn Bethel/Gainsboro Resident;
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OUT Q=all of the people
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


Bethel spoke out at yesterday's Roanoke City Council meeting.
The march also prompted Mayor Bowers to criticize ALL forms of discrimination.
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SOT 3:21:37
IN Q=I don't think

((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: I DON'T THINK THERE'S ANY QUESTION THAT ROANOKE IS RESOLVED TO RESPECT ALL INDIVIDUALS OF ANY RACE, OF ANY SEX, OF ANY CREED, OF ANY COLOR. ))
SUPER=01-David Bowers/Roanoke Mayor;
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Bowers suggested the city manager re- activate the community relations task force to address racial concerns.
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Racism is also on the mind of the president...

CLINTON


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...Mr. Clinton was not in Washington for the Million Man March.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA;


He is in Southern California this morning on the last leg of a three day campaign trip.
SUPER=03-Austin, TX/Yesterday;


In a speech yesterday in Texas, he praised the participants of the March.
He also urged all ethnic groups to work beyond their racial preconceptions.
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((THE TAPED VOICE OF ONE POLICEMAN SHOULD FILL YOU WITH OUTRAGE. AMERICANS WHO ARE IN THE WHITE MAJORITY SHOULD BE PROUD TO STAND UP AND BE HEARD DENOUNCING THIS TYPE OF RACIST RHETORIC WE HEARD ON THAT TAPE. ))
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OUT Q= On that tape.
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VO-NAT


Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole blasted President Clinton for not having the moral courage to denounce Louis Farrakhan as a racist.
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA;


Meantime, House Speaker Newt Gingrich called Farrakhan quote "an unrepentant bigot" and said he will use the march to argue that he is now the legitimate leader of black America.
As for the president, Gingrich said the nation needs "more than rhetoric."
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French-Explosion


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NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=bmy
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Police sources in Paris report that a man has been picked up for questioning in this morning's subway bombing.
The man had been seen running from the scene of the blast which police now say injured at least 24 people.
This is the eighth bombing or attempted bombing by terrorists in France since July.
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VO-NAT


This morning's explosion happened in a tunnel between two heavily-used stations in central Paris.
It was near the site of the first of the bombings.
That blast killed seven people and wounded 84.
Authorities have blamed the bombings on Algerian militants opposed to French support for a military-installed government in the former French colony.
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roxanne


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=hurricane roxanne


Authorities are still searching for survivors from an oil barge that sank Sunday in Mexico's southern Gulf Coast when tropical storm Roxanne was still a hurricane.
More than 200 people were rescued but at least 22 are still missing.
Three people were killed, including an American.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Campeche, Mexico;


Roxanne is causing some of the worst flooding in generations on the Yucatan Peninsula.
Surging tides have flooded many residents out of their homes.
In Campeche a local historian says the flooding is the worst since 19-27.
Roxanne was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm last night, but it's still packing dangerous winds and lots of rain.
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Nicole-Diaries


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
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Just days before she was murdered, Nicole Brown Simpson reportedly wrote in her diary that O-J Simpson threatened to make her PAY for hanging up on him.
Her diary excerpts are being carried in the ``National Enquirer.''
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VO-NAT


The haunting words describe her life as a battered wife.
In her diaries she writes of an abusive Simpson who was angry when she became pregnant with the couple's second child Justin.
She claims in the diaries that Simpson even tried to force her to have an abortion.
Her family isn't sure how the diaries became public, but said it eventually had to come out.
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3-Sports


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=cro
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In sports, a San Francisco 49er gets deep sixed, for now.
Mike Stevens has the details.
Good Morning.
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$CCOFF

Birthdays
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Hannaford


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=THA
TAPE#95-88
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A major supermarket chain is coming to Danville.
As Teresa Hamilton reports, the move is expected to deliver up to 150 NEW jobs.
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SUPER=01-E. Linwood Wright/Danville Vice Mayor; :24
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((The company in question is Hannaford Brothers of Maine.
After months of negotiations, company officials have finalized plans to build a 54- thousand square foot Food and Drug Superstore adjacent to Piedmont Mall.
The Company purchased the eleven acre site, behind Rock O'la Cafe.
Danville's Vice Mayor says a move like this often has a multiplying affect.
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IN Q=It's hard

((E. LINWOOD WRIGHT/DANVILLE VICE MAYOR: IT'S HARD TO PUT A NUMBER ON IT BUT HOPEFULLY IF THIS IS AN ATTRACTIVE RETAILER , AN UNUSUAL RETAILER, IT WILL BRING NEW CUSTOMERS INTO THE CITY AND MAYBE EVEN MAKE FOLKS WHO LIVE IN THE CITY TO SPEND A LITTLE MORE MONEY. ))
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Hannaford Brothers is a Fortune 500- company that's making its mark in Virginia and North Carolina.
The company recently acquired nine grocery stores in the Richmond area.
Hannaford is perhaps best known for high quality seafood, meats and produce-- that's often purchased from local farmers. take su
Hannaford began as a fruit and vegetable shop in Portland, Maine back in 1883. Today the company has grown to include at least 118- stores along the East Coast. end su
Hannaford hopes to open by next fall. Teresa Hamilton, News 7, Danville.))
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And more jobs are coming to Wythe County, now that a plastic film maker is moving ahead with plans to double its work force.

Klockner


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WRITER=tal
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Klockner Pentaplast is building an addition at its Rural Retreat plant.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Rural Retreat/File Tape;


Construction should begin sometime next year.
The company expects to hire up to 100 new workers over the next several years.
Klockner had hoped to start on the addition months ago, but only recently reached an agreement with Wythe County on tool and machinery taxes.
The county lowered the rate so Klockner will not pay a dis-proportionate share once it brings in 20 million dollars of new machinery and equipment.
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Continental


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=spr
TAPE#95-84
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Regional Airport


People traveling to and from Roanoke will have a new option- another major airline will fly in and out of Roanoke.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Continental Express, whose parent company is Continental Airlines, will take off from Roanoke starting January eighth.
Four non- stop- flights between the Star City and Newark, New Jersey will be offered, giving Southwest Virginians a few more options when it comes to air-travel.
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SOT 16:03:57
IN Q=We're excited

((MARK COURTNEY/ROANOKE REGIONAL AIRPORT: WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT GETTING THE FIFTH NEW CARRIER. IT CERTAINLY MEANS ADDITIONAL COMPETITION IN THE MARKETPLACE, BETTER BALANCE OF SERVICE AND THE ADDITION OF YET ANOTHER AIRLINE HUB-- WHICH MEANS EVEN MORE CONNECTING POSSIBILITIES AND BETTER SERVICE OUT OF ROANOKE. ))
SUPER=01-Mark Courtney/Roanoke Regional Airport;
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OUT Q=out of Roanoke
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


But the airline didn't focus solely on Roanoke.
Starting in December, Continental will offer non- stop van service from Danville to Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro.
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Train-ax


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 95-83
GRAPHIC=NONE


A collision between a train and a pick up truck in Montgomery County injured TWO people.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Elliston/Yesterday;


It happened yesterday afternoon in Elliston.
The conductor told police the truck's driver, Tommy Lee Wheeler of Elliston, was apparently NOT paying attention.
The conductor says he blew the whistle, but Wheeler did NOT heed his warning.
The train struck the side of the truck bed. Wheeler told police he NEVER saw the train.
Wheeler and a passenger, Brenda Dowdy of Blacksburg, were both taken to Montgomery Regional Hospital where they were treated and released.
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Film-Festival


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
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Actors Treat Williams and Ruben Blades have been added to the list of stars who will appear at the upcoming Virginia Festival of American Film.
Williams starred in ``Prince of the City.''
Blades is best known for his role in ``The Milagro Beanfield War.''
Williams will help introduce the premiere of a 30-minute short film.
And Blades will introduce his new film, a thriller set at the Mexican-American border.
This is the eighth year of the film festival.
It opens next Thursday and runs four days.

NFL


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin'
WRITER=nle
TAPE#= net
GRAPHIC=none


All kinds of records were breaking last night in the Rockies.
The Denver Broncos posted their first shutout against the Oakland Raiders since 1981.
The win puts an end to Denver's seven game losing streak.
AND, it's the first Monday Night Football game the team has won since 1990.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Denver, CO/ABC;


In the first quarter, Oakland's Harvey Williams fumbles and it's recovered by the Broncos.
Number 82 James Jett causes another fumble, but Denver is able to hold on.
Later in the first, Mike Pritchard gets a little out of hand.
Then in the second, John Elway throws this pass to Anthony Miller, for a 32 yard touch down.
And the Broncos go on the stomp the Raiders 27-to-0.
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Wiley


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WRITER=kmc
TAPE#edit of 95-70 with bite and music from field tape
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The harmonic sounds of violins, cellos, and a host of other instruments filled the Roanoke Civic Center auditorium last night.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


It was the audition performance for one candidate hoping to become the next conductor of the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra.
David Wiley is one of five candidates for the position.
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SOT 9:01:42
IN Q=I feel like

((DAVID WILEY/RSO CONDUCTOR CANDIDATE: I FEEL LIKE WE'RE MAKING BEAUTIFUL MUSIC, AND THAT'S WHAT I'D HOPED TO DO-- COME HERE AND AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE, INSPIRE THEM AND CHOOSE WORKS THAT I HOPE THEY LOVE TO PERFORM AND THAT THE AUDIENCE APPRECIATES. ))
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We leave you now with a sample of Wiley's musical job application.
Thanks for joining us, and have a great day!
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