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1-News-head

ANCHOR=Keith
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V/O-NAT
When the power is gone at Justice House, it's gone for good.
Coming up on NEWS 7, the latest attempts to salvage the low-income housing alternative.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And a race in a place where there's such a shortage of lawyers, they're having to ship them in from outside.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports head
GRAPHIC=NONE


Tonight in sports, the Burton Brothers talk about Ward's first career win!
The Braves talk about not getting too cocky as the World Series heads to Cleveland.
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And the St. Louis Cardinals announce the hiring of Tony LaRussa as their new manager this afternoon.
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WX-Head
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Our weather remains fairly calm while other parts of the country get a taste of winter. The forecast and weatherschool are just ahead.

Justice-House


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE# 95-84
GRAPHIC=NONE


If the lights go out, it could mean 'lights- out' for Justice House.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The electricity is scheduled to be cut off again tomorrow at the low- income apartment building, unless a deposit payment is made.
That's according to a letter from Appalachian Power Company.
Justice House residents say they don't have enough money to keep the electricity on, and they fear for the many children who live there.
Some also believe they'll be forced out if the power is cut off.
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SOT 14:16:13
IN Q=It's going

((GAIL ANDREWS/JUSTICE HOUSE RESIDENT: IT'S GOING TO CLOSE DOWN. THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE WAITING ON RIGHT NOW. SOMEBODY OUT THERE IS WAITING FOR SOMETHING TO GET CLOSED OFF, SO THIS PLACE CAN GET CLOSED DOWN. ))
SOT 14:17:30
IN Q=I don't see

((ROBERT LELOUP/JUSTICE HOUSE RESIDENT: I DON'T SEE WHY APPALACHIAN POWER CAN'T CUT US A LITTLE BREAK UNTIL THE FIRST OF THE MONTH WHEN THE PEOPLE DO HAVE MONEY. THEN THEY CAN PAY. ))
SUPER=01-Gail Andrews/Justice House Resident;
SUPER=01-Robert LeLoup/Justice House Resident; :11
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But officials from Appalachian Power say Justice House residents have been cut a break in recent weeks.
They agreed to wipe the slate clean if someone stepped forward to take responsibility for the bills.
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SOT 16:43:07
IN Q=It's not that

((VICTORIA RATCLIFF/APPALACHIAN POWER: IT'S NOT THAT WE'RE UNSYMPATHETIC. IT'S NOT THAT WE HAVEN'T TRIED TO WORK WITH THEM. WE REALLY HAVE MADE EVERY EFFORT TO WORK WITH THEM. BUT RIGHT NOW WE CAN'T FIND ANYONE WHO IS EVEN WILLING TO HAVE THE ACCOUNT PUT IN THEIR NAME. ))
SUPER=01-Victoria Ratcliff/Appalachian Power;
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OUT Q=in their name.
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VO-NAT


In the past three weeks, only a few residents have moved out.
That's despite the current confusion over management and ownership of the building.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


Roanoke Area Ministries is offering financial assistance to anyone who wants to move.
But the majority of residents say they'll go to any length to stay.

Henry-Shooting


ANCHOR=Keith
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WRITER=THA
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GRAPHIC=Shooting


Authorities say the death of a 25- year- old Henry County man appears to be drug related.
Sheriff's deputies were called to the home of Orbin Smith Junior at around 10- p.m. by a neighbor.
Authorities say Smith had been shot in the right upper arm and was bleeding profusely but was able to talk.
Smith later died at the hospital.
Authorities say circumstances surrounding his death have lead them to believe there was a drug connection.
Police say they've spoken with suspects but have NOT made an arrest.

Clagett


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=agi
TAPE# 594-07
GRAPHIC=NONE


A man from Virginia Beach has been sentenced to death for killing four people during a bar robbery.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Virginia Beach/June 30, 1994;


33- year- old Michael Clagett was convicted in July of five counts of capital murder, plus 43 years for robbery and the use of a firearm.
His girlfriend was sentenced to five life terms for her part in the murders.
She had been fired from her waitress job at the Witch Duck Inn shortly before the killings.
The murders occurred during the summer of '94.
They've been called the worst multiple killings in the city's history.
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Edwards-Bell


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 95-78
GRAPHIC=Edwards


John Edwards says his opponent's campaign literature is spattered with mud and misleading statements.
But Brandon Bell insists he's telling the truth about Edwards' public statements and political agenda.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Democratic challenger called a news conference this morning.
He said Bell has mislead voters on a number of issues including Edwards' position on abortion and health- care reform.
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IN Q=His negative campaigning

((JOHN EDWARDS/D- STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: HIS NEGATIVE CAMPAIGNING IS ALSO AN ATTEMPT TO DIVERT ATTENTION FROM HIS OWN RECORD OF BLINDLY FOLLOWING THE NARROW AGENDA OF THE ADMINISTRATION IN RICHMOND AT THE EXPENSE OF THE PEOPLE HERE IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY.)) ((SEN. BRANDON BELL/R- ROANOKE: WE'RE USING MR. EDWARDS' STATEMENTS, POSITIONS HE HAS MADE IN THE PAST, PRESENTING THOSE TO THE VOTERS CONTRASTING HIS LIBERAL BACKGROUND AND HIS LIBERAL POSITIONS WITH MY CONSERVATIVE IDEAS FOR THE FUTURE AND I THINK THAT IS AN APPROPRIATE THING TO HAPPEN IN A LEGISLATIVE CAMPAIGN.))
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SUPER=@Bell; :13
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


Today, both men said they would support a review of the state's stalking law, in the wake of last week's murder- suicide in Roanoke.
In that case, Larry Mack had been arrested six times in three weeks, on charges that included stalking his former girlfriend.

Bland-Prosecutor


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 95-81
GRAPHIC=Campaign '95


If you think lawyers are a dime a dozen, Bland County might make you think twice.
The two candidates for Commonwealth's Attorney there are from TAZEWELL County, because Bland didn't have anyone to run.
Tracy Altizer reports.
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SUPER=03-Bland; :00
SUPER=@File; :05
SUPER=01-Ronald Hall/Clerk of Circuit Court; :14 QUICK!!
SUPER=@Tracy1; :21
SUPER=01-Greg Matney/(R) Candidate; :44
SUPER=01-Jim Dudley/(D) Candidate; :56
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(( In a small, rural county located between Wytheville and Bluefield, West Virginia, Mickey Newberry is the lone resident lawyer. She's the current prosecutor, but she no longer wants the job.
So two Tazewell County lawyers are vying for it.
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SOT 12:07:49

((RONALD HALL/CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT: YEAH, PEOPLE ARE TAKING SOME INTEREST BECAUSE IT'S A CONTEST FOR A CHANGE. ))
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SU Having a non-resident Commonwealth's Attorney is nothing new for Bland County. What is unusual is that this is an election and it's a contested race. In the past, the non-resident prosecutors have been appointed.su
It's been several decades since two lawyers who lived here ran against each other.
Now the state code has been amended to allow outsiders to run if there is no one within the county to do it.
So, enter Jim Dudley of Bluefield, Virginia, and Greg Matney of Tazewell.
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SOT 10Z:56:18
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((GREG MATNEY/R-CANDIDATE: I'VE HAD SEVERAL PEOPLE ASK ME IF I WOULD CONSIDER MOVING TO BLAND COUNTY, WHICH I HAVE SERIOUSLY CONSIDERED. IT'S HEARTWARMING FOR A COMMUNITY TO WANT A LAWYER TO COME IN TO THAT COMMUNITY, SO GOD BLESS BLAND COUNTY FOR THAT REASON. ))
SOT 10:43:15

((JIM DUDLEY/D-CANDIDATE: PEOPLE HAVE ASKED ME TO RUN AND I DECIDED TO DO IT BECAUSE IT'S SOMETHING I'VE NEVER DONE BEFORE, IS PROSECUTE. AND I'M HERE AND I'D LIKE TO TRY TO DO IT. IT'S A PART TIME JOB AND I WANT TO TRY TO SEE IF I CAN PAY BACK A LITTLE BIT OF THE GOOD CLIENTS I'VE HAD OVER HERE.))
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Both candidates are attracted by the part- time hours of the job, which would still allow them to handle civil cases in their private practices.
Tracy Altizer, News 7.))
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


A little later in the newscast, a check to see if Bacova's house is in order as the home furnishings company draws closer to finishing its expansion plans,
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VO-NAT

and Roanoke students will be seeing red this week as they're urged to resist the temptations of drugs and alcohol.
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220-Ax


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE# 95-73
GRAPHIC=NONE


A tractor-trailer overturned on Route 220 in Franklin County this morning.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Franklin Co.


It happened about 6:30.
The trucker was southbound near the Henry County line, when he ran off the road and flipped over.
State police say the driver, Lonnell Jiles of Hartford, Connecticut, was trapped in the cab for several minutes.
Once rescue workers got him out, he was taken by Lifeguard 10 to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
But Jiles is apparently OK.
Police say he was treated and released.
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Ericsson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE# 95-76
GRAPHIC=NONE


Starting today, rush hour will be a whole lot easier for employees at Lynchburg's Ericsson Corporation.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg


This morning, officials dedicated Ericsson Drive, a quarter mile stretch of access road leading into the communications facility.
The road now offers drivers easier access to Route 460, easing traffic congestion on Candler's Mountain Road.
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IN Q=And though

((JIM WHITAKER/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: AND THOUGH AFTER TODAY EVERY CITIZEN WHO HAS EVER TRAVELED THIS WAY DURING RUSH HOUR WILL BE SENDING UP PRAYERS OF THANKSGIVING BECAUSE OF THIS ROAD, I BELIEVE THIS IS A SIGN OF WELL- DESERVED PROSPERITY AND SUCCESS.)) ((GEORGE FATH/ERICSSON V.P.: YOU MIGHT SAY THIS IS A PRETTY BIG CELEBRATION FOR A QUARTER- MILE STRETCH OF ROAD. BUT WE'RE ACTUALLY HERE TO CELEBRATE A MUCH BROADER EXPANSION. THAT ROAD ALLOWS BETTER ACCESS TO OUR 80- THOUSAND SQUARE FOOT MANUFACTURING FACILITY.))
SUPER=01-Jim Whitaker/Lynchburg Mayor; :00
SUPER=01-George Fath/Ericsson VP; :15
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OUT Q=manufacturing facility.
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VO-NAT


The new road became necessary when Ericsson announced a 35- million- dollar expansion last winter.
That addition meant 440 new jobs for the city.
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Bacova


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE# 95-82
GRAPHIC=Bacova


Back in the spring people in the Alleghany Highlands learned about the largest industrial expansion ever announced in their neck of the woods.
Len Besthoff visited the site today to see if everything's falling into place.
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SUPER=01-Glynn Loope/Economic Development Authority; :21
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(( Seven acres of land is under one roof, and the plans to build a 350-thousand-square-foot facility for the Bacova Guild Company is on track.
The home furnishings company from Bath County is constructing the new building in neighboring Alleghany County; it will employ approximately 400 people when it opens next year.
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IN Q=Seven point

((GLYNN LOOPE/ALLEGHANY HIGHLANDS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY: SEVEN-POINT-FIVE-MILLION-DOLLARS IS THE INVESTMENT IN THIS PLANT ON THIS SIDE OF THE RIVER, PLUS APPROXIMATELY THREE-TO-FOUR-MILLION-DOLLARS WORTH OF ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT WILL BE PUT INSIDE OF THIS.))
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But that's only half of what's going on here...the communities in the region have raised three-and-a-half-million-dollars to build water, sewer, and bridge connections across the Jackson River to make the Bacova site accessible.
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IN Q=The biggest

((MACK MCCUTCHEN/CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR: THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE IS THE WATER AND SEWER AND WE'VE BEEN FORTUNATE, HAVEN'T HAD VERY HIGH WATER, AND THAT'S HELPED KEEP US ON SCHEDULE. ))
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OUT Q=on schedule.


But the portion of this project paid for with public money won't just benefit Bacova...it will give a big boost to the region's economic development efforts.
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((LOOPE: 12 TO 15 SITES, FIRST OF THE YEAR, WILL BE AVAILABLE IN ALLEGHANY COUNTY FOR THE FIRST TIME.))
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SOT 14:13:06
IN Q=Now the crews

((Now the crews working on this facility and the bridge have to have it all complete by January 15th, because Bacova wants to begin manufacturing here in February. So they're all praying that the weather holds up. Len Besthoff, News-7, Alleghany County.))
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Nationsbank


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE# 95-83
GRAPHIC=Nationsbank


A bank that employs many people in our region is in talks that could make it the largest bank in the country.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


The "Los Angeles Times" reports Nationsbank of Charlotte has begun discussing a possible merger with BankAmerica of San Francisco.
The blockbuster deal would create a bank with more than 400-BILLION-dollars in assets.
Nationsbank chairman Hugh McColl has made it no secret that he wants to enter the California market.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=HOLD


One sticking point is where to put the bank's headquarters.
Washington D-C has been suggested as a compromise.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=agi
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GRAPHIC=NONE


A lower dollar and a falling bond market pushed stocks down today.
Nasdaq lost two- and- a- half points, but the DOW took a heavier hit.
It fell 39 points to 47- hundred- 55.
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Red-Cross


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE# 95-75
GRAPHIC=Red Cross


The American Red Cross is getting much more than BLOOD donations these days.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;


Troutville officials are donating two rooms of their town hall in order to MAKE room for the organization.
This is the first time the Roanoke Valley chapter of the Red Cross has decided to set up a satellite office in a neighboring county.
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IN Q=We're very

((BETTY WHITTAKER/ROANOKE VALLEY RED CROSS: WE'RE VERY EXCITED. BOTETOURT IS PART OF THE ROANOKE VALLEY SERVICE AREA AND WE REALIZE THE DRIVE TIME FROM THERE TO ROANOKE CAN BE QUITE LONG. WE FEEL THIS WILL CUT DOWN DRIVING TIME AND MAKE US MORE ACCESSIBLE TO INDIVIDUALS IN THE BOTETOURT AREA. ))
SUPER=01-Betty Whittaker/Roanoke Valley Red Cross;
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VO-NAT


The new facility will offer a variety of classes including C-P-R, lifeguarding and disaster control.
Right now volunteers and workers are getting the rooms ready, and Whittaker says it will be up and running by December.
She believes this is just the first of many new ventures for the Roanoke Valley chapter of the Red Cross.
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Ribbons


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE# 95-79
GRAPHIC=Raysac


In case you notice a surge of red ribbons wrapping everything from schools to businesses, it's Red Ribbon Week around the region.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


RAYSAC-- the Roanoke Area Youth Substance Abuse Council-- sponsors a week of events to send kids a message about drugs and alcohol.
Here at Virginia Heights Elementary-- and at many schools-- they're starting these life lessons early.
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((CAROL BRASH/VIRGINIA HEIGHTS ELEM. P.T.A: I DON'T THINK IT'S EVER TOO YOUNG FOR A CHILD TO BE AWARE OF THE NEGATIVE INFLUENCES THAT ARE OUT THERE AND I THINK IT'S NEVER TO YOUNG TO START INFLUENCING CHILDREN TO CHOSE HEALTHY ALTERNATIVES.))
SUPER=01-Carol Brash/Virginia Heights Elem. P.T.A.; :
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This week, kids will participate in activities promoting basic health care.
Experts say even learning about healthy eating, dental care, and personal safety helps steer kids away from drugs.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight in sports, the St. Louis Cardinals have a new manager.
The Series has a day off.
The United Nations anniversary has some New York Giants talking.
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And South Boston's Ward Burton has the NASCAR world buzzing after picking up his first career Cup win yesterday.
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S-LaRussa


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S5-18
GRAPHIC=Tech football


The Virginia Tech athletic department announced today that the Hokies Big East showdown with Syracuse November 4th will be televised regionally on ABC.
The Game was originally set for 1pm that afternoon, but please the game will now start at 3:30.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-St, Louis, MO/This Afternoon; :00


And in St. Louis, the Cardinals have introduced Tony La Russa as their manager this afternoon.
La Russa has been with Oakland since 1986, leading the A's to three American League pennants and the 1989 World Series title.
The Cardinals fired Joe Torre in June. He was replaced by interim manager Mike Jorgensen. The Cards finished a distant fourth in the National League Central.
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S-Series


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-19
GRAPHIC=WORLD SERIES


The world series teams have tonight off as they are both traveling back to Cleveland for game three of the series, which is set for tomorrow night.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/NBC - Last Night; :00


Last night the Braves won their second straight one run contest against the Indians to take a commanding lead in the best of seven series.
But both managers know the Indians and their fans will be ready tomorrow night.
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((MIKE HARGROVE/INDIANS MANAGER:)) ((BOBBY COX/BRAVES MANAGER:))
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SUPER=01-Bobby Cox/Braves Manager; :16
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=NONE


The Braves John Smoltz will face the Tribe's Charles Nagy tomorrow night in game three.

S-Burton


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-30
GRAPHIC=WARD BURTON


Ward Burton picked up his first career Winston Cup win yesterday at Rockingham, on a day when Dale Earnhardt closed the gap even more on Jeff Gordon in the points race.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC; :00


The South Boston native was all smiles in victory lane with his wife Tabitha and their children Sarah, and three year old Jeb.
SUPER=04-TNN;


Ward probably had the strongest car in the field, but when NASCAR threw the yellow flag for a competition caution when they mistakenly black flagged Dale Earnhardt when they thought he was a lugnut short, Burton was able to hold off his chasers including his brother to the line to win the A.C. Delco 400.
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((WARD BURTON/WINNER - A.C. DELCO 400:))
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SUPER=01-Jeff Burton/Finished Fifth Yesterday; :17
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VO-NAT CON'T


Winston Cup points leader Jeff Gordon was in the wrong place at the wrong time all day.
He finished 20th, while Earnhardt finished 7th.
That means his lead has now been reduced to 162 points with 2 events to go.
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((JEFF GORDON/LEADS EARNHARDT BY 162 POINTS:))
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=jeff gordon


Gordon needs to finish 20th in the final 2 events to win the title.
The series heads West to Phoenix this Sunday for the Slick 50 - 500.

S-Monday


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S5-20
GRAPHIC=NFL Logo


Tonight's Monday night football game pits the best and the worst from the AFC East against each other. Buffalo is 5 and 1 while New England has stumbled to a 1 and 5 start. After last year's success; the Patriots terrible record has been a surprise; But the Bills, who lost to New England 41-17 last year, are hardly ready to cash in on the lowly Pats.
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((JIM KELLY/BUFFALO BILLS QUARTERBACK:))
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S-Nations


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-21
GRAPHIC=NFL


The Giants and Jets have anything but headline news this season so far.
The Jets did get a big win yesterday, but the Giants were off.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-New York, NY; :00


And that means the New York players have had plenty of time to study up on the worldly happenings in the Big Apple this week concerning the United Nation's 50th anniversary.
And they had this to say about Fidel Castro and the other leaders who are in town for something other than football.
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IN Q="i JUST HOPE

((MICHAEL STRAHAN/GIANTS DEFENSIVE END:)) ((KEITH HAMILTON/GIANTS DEFENSIVE END:))
SUPER=01-Michael Strahan/Giants Defensive End; :00
SUPER=01-Keith Hamilton/Giants Defensive End; :15
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OUT Q=...GIANTS STADIUM.
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The school board is still doing its homework to determine the future of southwest Roanoke County schools.
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VO-NAT


At the top of its list-- a proposed new high school that would be built across from Penn Forest Elementary.
School board members are meeting tonight to hear recommendations from consultants.
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TALENT=JEAN
SS=NONE


We'll hear their suggestions-- plus take a look at all the day's news tonight at 11.