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Up next on News 7 at eleven-
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Personal problems may have prompted a soldier to open fire on his fellow division members at Fort Bragg-
A nationwide call for checks at rail crossings today. Find out what one local official is saying.
Plus luring songbirds back to Wythe county.
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News 7 is next.

Newsbreak


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Good Evening.
Federal investigators are asking for a nationwide check on all traffic lights at railroad crossings-
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SUPER=03-Fox River Grove, IL;


That after Wednesday's deadly accident in Illinois.
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((BOB HERBERT/ROANOKE CITY MANAGER: WHAT WE WILL BE DOING IS TAKING A LOOK AT TRAFFIC SIGNALS NEAR THE RAIL CROSSINGS TO MAKE SURE THE TIMING IS SUCH THAT PEOPLE CAN CLEAR THE RAILROAD TRACKS. ))
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SUPER=03-Fort Bragg, NC;


The Army has identified the suspect in today's deadly shooting at Fort Bragg.
But there's no word why Sergeant William Kreutzer (KROYTZ-ur) of Washington allegedly shot at fellow soldiers.
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Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Fort-Bragg


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TAPE#95-93
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An Army soldier who said he was having personal problems is now in custody - for allegedly opening fire on hundreds of soldiers at Fort Bragg-
As Byron Harlan reports, one soldier was killed and 18 others wounded- some critically.
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SUPER=01-Lt. Col. Victor Modesto/Chief of Surgery; 45
SUPER=01-Major Jacqueline Edwards/U.S. Army; 1:05
SUPER=01-Byron Harlan/CBS News; 1:19
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((Roughly 13-hundred soldiers had started their customary pre-dawn run when shots rang out from a wooded area near the post's stadium. SGT. ELWOOD JOHNSON/US ARMY,EYEWITNESS
SOT: I HEARD SHOTS FIRED AND SAW A MAN GO DOWN AND I RAN OUT THERE.

Men scattered for cover after about five pops of gunfire sounded. the suspect in custody is a soldier from the 82nd airborne division of Ft. Bragg, the same division he targeted early this morning. LT. COL. VICTOR MODESTO/CHIEF OF SURGERY: THE VICTIMS CAME IN DURING A CHANGE OF SHIFT WHEN THERE WERE A LOT OF PEOPLE HERE AT THE HOSPITAL.
Investigators from the Army's Criminal Investigation Division placed markers where key evidence was taken.
MAJOR JACQUELINE EDWARDS/ US ARMY: WHAT THEY FOUND WAS THREE WEAPONS, ONE IS COMPARABLE TO A CIVILIANS M-16. Ft. Bragg is home to 43-thousand troops. It is an open post where people can come and go as they please. BYRON HARLAN/CBS NEWS: THE SUSPECT IS 26 YEAR OLD SARGEANT WILLIAM KRUETZER WHOSE HOMETOWN IS LISTED AS WASHINGTON, DC. HE APPARENTLY SAID ON THURSDAY HE WAS HAVING PERSONAL PROBLEMS. THE SOLDIER WHO DIED IS IDENTIFIED AS MAJOR STEPHEN MARK BADGER, A HUSBAND AND FATHER, ORIGINALLY FROM SALT LAKE CITY WHO WAS LIVING IN FAYETTEVILLE. BYRON HARLAN, CBS NEWS, FORT BRAGG, NORTH CAROLINA.))

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If you need information about soliders at Fort Bragg, (----------------)
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you can call two numbers. 1-800- 589-5788 or 1-800- 457-4636.
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Fatal


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A four-year-old boy is dead after an two-vehicle accident this afternoon in Pittsylvania County.
Brett Brian-Edward Duby of Hurt was killed when the vehicle he was riding in ran a stop sign.
It happened at the intersection of U-S 29 and 642 near Hurt.
The driver, 19-year-old Wayne Kathan, was seriously injured.
One-year-old Trisha Duby was also a passenger.
Both she and Kathan were transported to Lynchburg General Hospital.
The driver of the other vehicle, Acey Brumfield of Gretna was also injured.
No word on his condition.

Bus-Ax


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#95-97
GRAPHIC=Rail Safety


Federal investigators are calling for a nationwide check of all railroad crossings-
This after Wednesday's deadly train-school bus collision in Illinois.
The National Transportation wants officials across the country to check the timing of traffic signals at all crossings.
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SUPER=03-Fox River Grove, IL;


The agency says it found a timing problem with the signal system at the intersection where the crash happened.
The traffic light near the crossing is supposed to turn green when a train is coming so traffic will move off the tracks, but apparently the light did not turn soon enough.
The NTSB says there wasn't enough time for the driver to move-
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((JOHN GOGLIA/NTSB INVESTIGATOR: THAT LEFT TWO TO THREE SECONDS FOR SOMEONE TO VACATE THE TRACKS. THAT SIMPLY IS NOT ENOUGH TIME FOR A HUMAN BEING TO RECOGNIZE THAT A LIGHT HAS CHANGED, TAKE YOUR FOOT OFF THE BRAKE, PUT IT ON THE ACCELARATOR AND MOVE OUT OF THE WAY.))
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OUT Q=move out of the way."
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-Wednesday;


The back of school bus was still on the tracks when it was hit.
Seven students were killed and several others remain hospitalized.
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Train-Crossing


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE# 95-95
GRAPHIC=Hold Rail Safety


Here in Roanoke, city officials say they're doing everything possible to avoid a similar accident.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


City Manager Bob Herbert says he doesn't know of any problem areas but his office will be working close with the railroad.
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((BOB HERBERT/ROANOKE CITY MANAGER: IT'S A COMPLICATED MATTER AND WE'LL PROBABLY BE WORKING HAND WITH NORFOLK AND SOUTHERN WHOSE THE MAIN CARRIER TO LOOK AT THESE RAIL CROSSINGS THAT HAVE AN ASSOCIATED SIGNAL WITH IT. ))
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Herbert says he has yet to receive any notification from the N-T-S-B.

Standoff


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A Portsmouth man is dead after a confrontation with Tazewell County sheriff's deputies.
Police say 50 year- old Jimmy Smith was shot and killed after he tried to attack deputies with a knife following a standoff.
Deputies found Smith near Bluefield yesterday after Portsmouth police charged him with the slaying of his wife.
Tazewell County Sheriff Joe Johnson says Smith threatened to cut himself with the knife.
Johnson says Smith charged at the officers after holding them off for 30- minutes.

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Still to come on News-7, Governor Allen accuses state democrats of playing dirty politics,
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and an historic Richmond Theater gets a name change and a major renovation.
The now beautiful building is getting rave reviews.
We'll take a tour when we return.
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Motorola


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#95-89
GRAPHIC=Allen


Governor Allen says a February memo from a Democratic pollster is "the most disheartening fact to come to light" since the start of his administration.
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SUPER=03-Richmond/February 14;


A Richmond area Republican Delegate John Watkins today released two pages of the memo.
Those are pages he withheld from the pollster's when he made it public during the General Assembly session.
SUPER=03-Richmond/April 12;


Those two pages apparently suggest ways Democrats could place blame or take credit for the five- thousand job Motorola plant that later located in Goochland County.
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Governor Allen says the pollster's recommendation that Democrats "sniff out what's going on" shows they were "actively conspiring" to disrupt the Motorola deal.
Democratic spokeswoman Gail Nardi says Allen and Watkins should be ashamed.

KEEL


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A Southside Republican running for a seat in the House of Delegates has gained the support of a controversial organization.
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SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape;


The Danville Heritage Preservation Association is endorsing Nancy Keel.
The Republican is running against Democratic incumbent Whitt Clement.
Local H-P-A President Wayne Byrd says Keel would be a great asset for honest change in state government.
The Heritage Preservation Association is a non- profit organization that promotes Southern symbols, culture and rights.
The organization this year erected a monument and Confederate Flag to mark Danville as the last Capital of the Confederacy.
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Montvale-Donation


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Oil companies in Bedford County are PUMPing thousands of dollars back into their community.
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SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;


The Montvale Volunteer Fire Company got a check for 16 thousand five hundred dollars from the petroleum terminals in the area.
The money will go toward a major addition to the existing fire station.
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((DONNA KING/AMOCO OIL COMPANY: WE'RE PROUD OF OUR COMMUNITY AND WE WANT TO KEEP A SAFE COMMUNITY AND HELP MAKE A DONATION TO BUY EXTRA EQUIPMENT AND FOR THEIR ADDITIONAL BUILDING THEIR PUTTING AT THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. ))
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Meanwhile fire fighters hope the oil companies keep feeding the fire.
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SOT 12:01:11
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((A.C. HOLLINS/MONTVALE VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY: IT WOULD BE VERY HELPFUL IF THE DONATIONS WOULD CONTINUE. THIS IS A GOOD START. THIS HAS NOT BEEN DONE BEFORE AND THIS IS A GOOD START. I'D LIKE TO ENCOURAGE THEM TO KEEP THIS UP. ))
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Amoco was the largest contributor, donating 5- thousand dollars.
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Mosque


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Richmond is calling it the state's largest historic theater-
That theater is re-opening this weekend.
It WAS the Mosque.
Now it's Richmond's Landmark Theater.
Ellen Qualls took a look.
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(( Doug Wilder threw an inaugural party here in 1990.
Today, six million dollars down the road, the theater formerly known as the Mosque is actually ready for prime time.
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((BILL KING: WOW. IT'S JUST SO NEAT. ANYBODY WHO'S SEEN A SHOW IN WHAT USED TO BE THE MOSQUE, AND ENJOYED THE ATMOSPHERE IN THE MOSQUE, CAUSE IT'S ALWAYS BEEN A REALLY SPECIAL BUILDING...))
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((IT'S SO PERFECT. IT IS SO GLITTERING. IT IS SO GORGEOUS. I'M TEMPTED TO SAY IT'S WORTH THE PRICE OF ADMISSION JUST TO GO IN AND SEE THE BUILDING.))
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The Shriners -- who favor Arabic and Moorish symbols -- opened her doors 68 years ago.
But out of religious correctness, the Mosque sign is now in the collection of a local museum.
And gone now is the peeling plaster, and the layers of wax and dirt that covered so many tiles -- prompting Bette Midler to dub the theater the biggest bathroom she'd ever played.
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((I MEAN, CHECK IT OUT. WHEN YOU WALK IN THE LOBBY AND YOU SEE THE LOBBY, AND YOU SAY "THIS IS ALL NEW STUFF, RIGHT?" NO IT'S NOT. IT'S JUST THAT YOU'RE SEEING IT ALL FOR THE FIRST TIME BECAUSE IT'S ALL BEEN POLISHED AND CLEANED AND WAXED.))
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Ray Charles is this weekend's headliner.
For decades, the likes of Elvis, Duke Ellington, and Aretha Franklin have drawn people to these seats.
But with three grand lobbies and acres of art, theater-goers may no longer care if they get back from intermission in time.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
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Coming up next on our broadcast, Roy Stanley will have all of tonight's rain soaked football action,
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and they say "no man is an island," but when we return we'll tell you why Roanoke's latest comedy club is.
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Comedy-Club


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It's no joke...the only comedy club in our area is moving again.
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The Roanoke Comedy Club is setting up its new digs in the Tiki Lounge, which is the downstairs part of the Fiji Island restaurant in Roanoke.
This comes after more than a decade in the downtown area.
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The owner of the comedy club bought his own building several years ago, but he could not afford to stay there.
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((JIMMY BUTLER/ROANOKE COMEDY CLUB OWNER: WHERE WE WERE IN DOWNTOWN ROANOKE THERE WAS SUPPOSED TO BE A RESTAURANT DOWNSTAIRS AND A COMEDY CLUB UPSTAIRS, AND IT'S A VERY LONG STORY BUT THE RESTAURANT NEVER WORKED OUT SO, I'M A BUSINESS THAT'S ONLY OPEN THREE NIGHTS A WEEK AND I WAS FORCED TO CARRY THAT ENTIRE BUILDING. THAT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO DO.))
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This isn't the first time the comedy club has switched locations.
Over the past 10 years it's also been in the Patrick Henry Hotel and the Hotel Roanoke.
Butler says the laughter resumes next week, when a comedy troupe from Los Angeles visits his new nightspot.
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER
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Coming up a little later in our newscast,
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we'll see how some Wytheville naturalists are woking hard in hopes their efforts will bring beautiful music to their ears.
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S-Cave


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Over at Cave Spring tonight, The Knights and William Fleming Colonels squared off in a key Roanoke Valley District game for both teams.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Colonels vs Knights; :


Steve Spangler and the Knights needed a win to remain in the R-V-D Hunt.
With Cave spring leading 10 to 7 at the Colonel 22 yard line, sophmore Derrick Ruben intercepts this Jeff Lang pass and returns it 68 yards before he is caught from behind by Jason Fox at the Knights 10 yard line.
After a Colonel Penalty moved the SUPER=36-Cave Spring/=10/William
Fleming/==7;ball back, Senior Lineback John Williams Blocks this fleming 30

yard field goal attempt to end the scoring threat Cave Spring wins it 10 to 7.
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S-Salem


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WRITER=Roy
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Up I-81 in Rockbridge, The Wildcats have a big job taking on The Salem Spartans in the Blue Ridge.
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SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co./Wildcats vs Spartans; :


Jamie Talbot fired his Wildcats up for tonight's contest.
And Rockbridge drew first blood and didn't let up.
With the score tied at seven, Rockbridge Quarterback Greg Stubblefield fires off this rocket.
Number 25 Matt Staton catches the missle and flies towards the end zone.
Salem's Matt Edwards just missed the tackle but can't save the touchdown.
But on Salem's very next series Chris Huff takes the Seth Moore hand off, finds a huge hole and it's off to the races again.
SUPER=36-Salem/=21/Rockbridge/=14;


Wildcat Jimmy Emore wrestles Huff off the field.
But Huff would tie it up a few plays later and Salem wins it 21 to 14.
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S-Narrows


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
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Floyd County was the Host as the Narrows Green Wave made a trip up the mountain to take on the Buffaloes.
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The Buffaloes padded the goal post tonight for the big game.
Early in the first quarter with the game scoreless Narrows took over at the Floyd 39 Quarterback Jeff Bowers hands off to David Turner he scores and the Green Wave led 6 to nothing.
But the Buffaloes would answer the SUPER=36-Floyd
Co./=20/Narrows/=14;call and score just three minutes later. Craig Reed goes

up the middle cuts left and runs it in from 38 yards out to tie the score at 6 to 6 and Floyd County wins it 20 to 14 in overtime.
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S-FFE


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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Rain postponed several of tonight's high school football games but for the scores and postponements lets check the boards.
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Botetourt/=8/Liberty/=8/Amherst Co./=7;



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Co./14/Halifax/=9/Albemarle/12;



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Co./43/Riverheads/=7/Stuart Draft/31;



SUPER=55-Graham/41/Carroll Co./=0/Ft. Chiswell/14/Grayson

Co./27/Narrows/14/Floyd Co./20;

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Valley/12/Gate City/=0;



SUPER=55-Giles Co./=6/James Monroe/=7/Tazewell/40/Virginia High/12/Franklin

Co./22/Patrick Henry/38;

SUPER=55-Craig Co./=8/Glenvar/41/Rural Retreat/14/Northwood/=6/Pulaski

Co./Sat./Petersburg/3:00;

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Vista/Sat./Chatham/7:00/Martinsville/Sat./Dan River/7:00;

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Park/7:00/Richlands/Sat./Blacksburg/7:00;

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Forest/Sat./Brookville/7:30;

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McCluer/Sat./Covington/7:30/Staunton River/Mon./Buckingham Co./7:00;

SUPER=55-Nelson Co./Sat./William Campbell/8:00/Hargrave/Sat./Rke.

Catholic/2:00;

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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And coming up, rain postponed this afternoon's workouts as the Braves and Indians prepare for game six of the World Series. Virginia Tech and West Virginia play tomorrow in Morgantown.
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And Frank Miriello has the interim removed and he's now the head coach of the Washington and Lee Generals football team.
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S-Series


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-14
GRAPHIC=World Series


The Braves and Indians are back in Atlanta for game six of the World Series.
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SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA; :


The planned workouts for the Braves and Indians at Atlanta Fulton County stadium were rained out today.
The two teams are preparing for game sixth tomorrow night.
Tom Glavine will be on the hill for the Braves and Dennis Martinez will start for the Indians.
Atlanta leads the series 3 games to 2.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tf95-1
GRAPHIC=Tech football


Tomorrow afternoon in Morgantown, The Virginia Tech Hokies and the Mountaineers will square off in a Big East Conference Games.
The Hokies are riding a five game winning streak while West Virginia has had an up and down season.
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((FRANK BEAMER/TECH HEAD COACH: I'M WORRIED ABOUT WHAT WE'RE GONNA DO AT VIRGINIA TECH. WE CAN'T REALLY CONTROL WHAT THEY DO, BUT OUR PREPERATION AND GETTING READY TO PLAY A REALLY GOOD, TOUGH, FOOTBALL TEAM IN WEST VIRGINIA. WE'VE GOT TO TAKE CARE OF OUR BUSINESS.)) SUPER:01-Frank Beamer/Tech Head Coach; :
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Last Season; :


Tech's business is a strong finish in the Big East. And West Virginia trails the Hokies by a game in the league standings.
Last year the Hokies beat the Mountaineers in Blacksburg. But this game is on the Mountaineers home turf which makes it a big league game.
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SOT
IN Q="The Standings

((JIM DRUCKENMILLER/TECH QUARTERBACK: THE STANDINGS ARE IMPORTANT. YOU KNOW, BUT JUST GETTING A WIN RIGHT NOW, I DON'T LIKE LOSING AT ALL, SO I DON'T CARE IF IT'S A NON LEAGUE GAME OR A LEAGUE GAME. BUT THE IMPORTANCE IS...YEAH IT'S A LEAGUE GAME AND IT DOES HAVE CONTENTIONS BEHIND IT. SO ITS GONNA BE A GOOD ONE AND A ROUGH ONE.)) ((KOREY IRBY/TECH LINEBACKER: I THINK EVERYBODY WILL BE PUMPED UP FOR THE GAME. BUCAUSE IT'S THE NEXT BIG EAST GAME AND WE'RE JUST TRYING TO TAKE IT STEP BY STEP. AND THAT'S THE NEXT STEP AND I THINK WE ALL NEED TO COME TO PLAY BOTH OFFENSIVELY AND DEFENSIVELY AS WELL AS SPECIAL TEAMS.))
SUPER=01-Jim Druckenmiller/Tech Quarterback; :
SUPER=01-Korey Irby/Tech Linebacker; :
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OUT Q=.......special teams."
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=VMI Football


The V-M-I Keydets hit the road for a Southern Conference game against Western Carolina and a one oclock kickoff.
SS=Ferrum


Ferrum has an away game tomorrow afternoon at Frostburg State. that Kickoff is also one oclock.

S-Miriello


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S5-17
GRAPHIC=W&L


Frank Miriello has been named the 29th head football coach at Washington and Lee University.
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SUPER=03-Lexington; :00


Miriello was named interim head coach this past May after longtime General coach Gary Fallon died of a sudden heart attack in April.
This season, Miriello has lead the Generals to a 3-2 and 1 start; a result of a three game winning streak. The Generals should win their fourth straight tomorrow. They host Bridgewater; a team that has lost 21 straight.
The 50 year old informed the team of his appointment Wednesday night. The official announcement was made yesterday. This is Miriello's first college head coaching job.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Express


The Roanoke Express scored a goal with 5-seconds left in the game tonight to beat Huntington 4 to 3.
The Express led 3 to 1 but the Blizzard tied it in the third.
Then with time running out Chris Potter deflected a shot into the net and the Express wins it 4 to 3 to up its record to 4 and 3.
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NASCAR


Bill Elliott captured the pole position for Sunday's running of the Dura-Lube 500 at Phoenix.
Elliott turned in a speed of 130 point 020 miles per hour. Dale Earnhardt will start on the outside.
For the top 25 and tonight's hockey scores lets check the boards.
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Wildlife


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tal
TAPE#95-88
GRAPHIC=NONE


According to the Audobon Society, the New River Valley is home to fewer songbirds each year.
Now, the Wythe County Conservation Group and some high school students are trying to entice the birds back.
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Right now it's a freshly- mowed hillside, with about 300 freshly- planted seedlings.
But as early as next summer these 40 acres at Wytheville Community College will have a totally different look.
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SOT 14:04:24

((LIZA FIELD/WYTHE CONSERVATION GROUP: WE'LL HAVE POKEWEED, SOME BRIERS, RASPBERRY, BLACKBERRY, LOTS OF WEEDS. AND PEOPLE WILL LOOK DOWN HERE AND SAY "OH THIS IS TERRIBLE, THEY'RE JUST LETTING IT GO." BUT THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT WE NEED TO DO. ))
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It's called natural succession, allowing the land to return to its natural state.
The weeds and brush will provide cover and food for quickly- disappearing songbirds and other wildlife.
And eventually, the trees these Rural Retreat High School students are planting will provide canopy and a pollution buffer from the interstate.
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SOT 14:15:28

((LOCKIE BLEVINS/TREE-PLANTER: A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE JUST GOING OUT, CUTTING DOWN FORESTS AND STUFF. AND WE JUST NEED TO HELP IT GET STARTED AGAIN. ))
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((KELLEY JONAS/TREE-PLANTER: WELL I THINK IT'S GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT THAT WE CAN COME OUT AND HAVE A PLACE FOR THE ANIMALS TO LIVE, BECAUSE WE'RE REALLY RUNNING THEM OFF.))
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The future sanctuary will include a secluded path for walkers and birdwatchers.
Community volunteers are invited out to plant more trees at the site on Saturday. Tracy Altizer, News 7.))