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Up next on News 7 at eleven-
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Remember this little boy who was abused?
Today his mother finds out her sentence.
O-J Simpson cancels his first major public appearance.
Plus we'll take you to the Roanoke Comedy Clubs debut night at the Tiki Lounge-
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Robin with the cold weekend forecast. News 7 is next.

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Good Evening.
A Roanoke mother got a five year sentence for neglecting her small child.
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Tammy LeShawn Harvey has also been ordered not to conceive or adopt for 20 years.
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O-J Simpson's cancelled his first major public appearance.
Promoters of a sports memorabilia show in Atlantic City say the event won't be held, but officials aren't saying why.
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The jokes are flying in the Roanoke Comedy Club's newest digs.
The club has its first show tonight at the Tiki Lounge on Franklin Road. We'll take you there.
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Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Harvey


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A Roanoke mother gets a 5- year suspended sentence for neglecting her small child.
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Tammy LeShawn Harvey has also been ordered not to conceive or adopt another child for twenty years.
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Her son, Anthony, was treated for second degree burns and internal injuries back in March.
Medical records also show the toddler had cocaine in his system.
The abuse happened while the boy was in the care of Harvey's friend,
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Monday;

Tonya Basham.
Basham was sentenced to thirty years in prison earlier this week.
Harvey's attorney said the mother should've received a light sentence because she did not cause the physical scars.
But prosecutors argued that Harvey left the emotional ones.
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((ANNE GARDNER/ASST. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: SHE DIDN'T EVEN BOTHER TO GO AND CHECK ON THE CHILD. WHAT THAT IS CALLED IS JUST TOTAL LACK OF CONCERN AND JUST I DON'T WANT TO BOTHER. AND THAT'S WHAT THE SITUATION IS HERE. SHE JUST DIDN'T CARE ANYMORE. ))
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Anthony Harvey is now 2 years old and in the custody of his paternal grandmother.
He is said to be in good condition.
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Parker


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A Roanoke woman will spend three years behind bars for stabbing a senior citizen to death.
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34- year- old Brenda Gay Parker pled guilty to involuntary manslaughter a month ago.
Today she appealed to the court for probation and alcohol treatment instead of jail time.
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((BRENDA GAY PARKER: I COULD REALLY USE SOME REHABILITATION. I NEED HELP REAL BAD. IF IT WASN'T FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUGS I WOULD NOT BE HERE. ))
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In May police found the body of 68- year- old Charlie Carter in a Northwest Roanoke apartment.
Police say he was stabbed in the neck several times.
The judge agreed that Parker needs some type of treatment for alcoholism, and ordered that she get it after she's released from jail.
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Volvo


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Bad news for One hundred to 150 workers at the Volvo-GM Heavy Truck plant in Dublin-
They'll lose their jobs January third.
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That's when the company cuts production to 64 trucks per day.
The New River Valley plant currently produces 80 trucks a day, an all- time high.
Officials say the economy slowed in the second quarter forcing customers to withdraw many orders.
The company says the downturn in the market is industry- wide, but it is NOT expected to affect Volvo's 200 million dollar plant expansion under way in Dublin.
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Pan-Am


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A memorial now stands in Arlington National Cemetery for the victims of Pan Am flight 103.
But as Elizabeth Kaledin reports, some family members boycotted the ceremony- saying the U-S has not done enough to catch the bombers.
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((The memorial cairn...a gift from the people of Scotland...will now stand forever in Arlington National Cemetery. The name of each victim was read in a particularly somber ceremony filled with bitter reminders that those responsible for the terrorist attack have not been brought to justice:
REV. PATRICK KEEGANS/LOCKERBIE, SCOTLAND: LET THE STONES OF THE CAIRN REMIND US TO LEAVE NO STONES UNTURNED. PRESIDENT CLINTON: I KNOW I CAN SPEAK FOR ALL AMERICANS WHEN I SAY WE HAVEN'T FORGOTTEN.
But these people say the President has forgotten. Several families of Pan Am 103 victims boycotted the memorial dedication. They are outraged that President Clinton would speak at the ceremony while the two Libyan nationals linked to the bombing reportedly remain at large. Bert Ammerman lost his brother in the bombing:
BERT AMMERMAN/BROTHER OF BOMBING VICTIM: WE ARE SICK OF ALL THE WORDS. IT'S GETTING OLD. WE DON'T WANT ANY MORE RHETORIC. WANT SUBSTANCE.
Today, the families met with Attorney General Janet Reno demanding that the bombing investigation be made public...although publicizing the documents may jeopardize any future criminal trial this group believes it's the only way to end a seven year ordeal. VOICE OF BERT AMMERMAN: IF EVIDENCE IS MADE PUBLIC IT MAY BRING CLOSURE TO SOME FAMILIES. In the meantime the families crusading for closure in the case have not forgotten the people they lost. They'll hold a private ceremony at the cairn tomorrow. Elizabeth Kaledin CBS News, Washington.))



Simpson


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A sports memorabilia show featuring O.J. Simpson has been canceled, but no one is saying why.
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It would have been Simpson's first major public appearance since he was acquitted of murder.
Simpson planned to sign autographs at a February show in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The Mayor indicated that Simpson would not be welcome- and the local National Organization for Women had planned to protest.
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The promoter says she is trying to reschedule.
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Still to come on the newscast, we'll have a profile of one of the most heated races in the General Assembly,
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and we'll see why this election is causing three former Governors to break ranks with their own political parties.
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Planes


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Defense officials are calling it a good news story.
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The Pentagon says it will triple it's planned fleet of C-17 cargo planes.
The contract for 80 more planes is worth 18 billion dollars to McDonnell Douglas.
It also saves thousands of jobs in vote rich Southern California.
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Governors


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Three former Virginia governors are breaking rank with their respective parties as election day approaches.
As Ellen Qualls reports, the most surprising comments come from Republican Mills Godwin.
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(( Not very partisan Democrat Doug Wilder says the sky won't fall if Democrats lose control of the legislature.
Left-leaning Republican Linwood Holton questions his party's platform.
But now the man who defined Virginia conservative Republicans for almost two decades says DEMOCRATS have done a nice job.
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((MILLS GODWIN/FORMER GOVERNOR: WE CAN'T FUND EVERYTHING THAT IS BEING PROPOSED. WE CAN'T BUILD PRISONS ALL OVER VIRGINIA WITHOUT BORROWING HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. AND IF WE DO THAT, WHERE ARE WE GONNA GET THE MONEY FROM TO DO SOME OTHER THINGS THAT ARE CRITICALLY NEEDED ALSO? OF WHICH EDUCATION IS ONE.))
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Godwin began his first term in 1966 as a conservative Democrat.
But he became a Republican in '73.
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((LARRY SABATO/UVA POLITICAL ANALYST: I THINK TO MOST PEOPLE, GODWIN'S COMMENTS WOULD BE SHOCKING. GODWIN CAMPAIGNED FOR ALLEN IN '93 AND ENDORSED HIM HEARTILY. THEY SEEMED TO HAVE A GOOD RELATIONSHIP. AND THE FACT THAT GODWIN HAS LEFT THE PARTY TENT TO SOME DEGREE IN '95 IS A MAJOR SURPRISE.))
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: AS FAR AS MILLS GODWIN IS CONCERNED, HE SERVED WITH A LOT OF THESE DEMOCRATS BACK IN THE 1960'S, AND NATURALLY HE'S BOUND TO HAVE SOME ALLIANCES AND FRIENDSHIPS WITH THESE PEOPLE BACK IN THE 1960'S.))
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So how does Godwin feel about Allen's platform?
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((MILLS GODWIN/FORMER REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR: WELL I HAVEN'T ENDORSED IT OTHER THAN I'M GONNA VOTE REPUBLICAN BECAUSE I AM A REPUBLICAN. BUT I THINK HE'S GOT SOME GOOD IDEAS AND THINGS THAT OUGHT TO BE DONE. NOW WHETHER THEY CAN BE TRANSLATED INTO ACTION THAT WILL BE REASONABLE AND APPROPRIATE REMAINS TO BE SEEN.))
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Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Averill-Cranwell


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The Republican bid for control of the General Assembly has produced competitive races across the state.
But few have been more bitter than the campaign that pits House Majority Leader Dick Cranwell against republican challenger Trixie Averill.
Joe Dashiell has the story.
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((After 24 years in the General Assembly, Dick Cranwell doesn't have to walk far to find a familiar face in Vinton. NAT SOUND OF CRANWELL & VOTER
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((DO I NEED TO GIVE YOU THIS OR JUST ASK YOU TO VOTE FOR ME. I'VE SEEN ALL KINDS OF THESE. I DON'T NEED FOR YOU TO ASK FOR MY VOTE.))
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But as the Democrats' point man in the legislature, the House Majority Leader is also a target in a campaign that Cranwell describes as "the mother of all negatives."
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((DEL. DICK CRANWELL/D- VINTON: I'M NOT GOING TO BE BEHOLDEN TO ANY GOVERNOR REGARDLESS OF WHAT POLITICAL PARTY HE MIGHT BE. I'M GOING TO DO WHAT I THINK IS BEST FOR THE PEOPLE. NOW, BECAUSE I HAVE DONE THAT, I HAVE CERTAINLY BEEN A TARGET IN THIS ELECTION, BUT I THINK THE PEOPLE UNDERSTAND AND APPRECIATE THAT THIS PART OF THE STATE NOW AS MUCH AS EVER NEEDS A VOICE THAT IS WILLING TO SPEAK AND SPEAK FOR ITS FAIR SHARE.))
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But if Republicans win control of the House, Trixie Averill says her voice will be more valuable to the district.
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((TRIXIE AVERILL/R- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: IF HE IS RETURNED TO THE LEGISLATURE, HE'S GOING TO BE DEALING WITH A GOVERNOR WHO, LET'S FACE IT, THEY DON'T GET ALONG, LIKE OIL AND WATER. AND HE'S PLAYED SO MANY TRICKS AND GAMESMANSHIP UP THERE AND HE'S MADE SO MANY ENEMIES ON THE REPUBLICAN SIDE, HE'S REALLY GOING TO BE HARD-PRESSED TO BE ABLE TO FIND ANY COALITIONS OR WORK WITH ANYONE.))
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Averill also found a warm reception on the campaign trail and she promises to listen to her constituents long after the election is past.
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((TRIXIE AVERILL/R- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: YOU PROMISE YOU WON'T FORGET TO VOTE. RIGHT OVER THERE AT THE SCHOOL. IT WON'T TAKE YOU TWO MINUTES. NOT A PROBLEM. ALRIGHT THANKS A LOT.))
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The candidates are claiming confidence, but the final hours of the fall campaign will find both of them trying to turn a firm handshake into solid support.
Joe Dashiell News 7))
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Coming up on News 7 at 11,
We'll take a look back at the flood of '85.
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And we'll look forward to the improvements that are SUPPOSED to be under way to prevent a similar disaster in the future.
Are businesses and homes that were damaged in the '85 flood safer now than they were then?
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Fri-Flood


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Not long after the Flood of '85, Congress authorized a major flood reduction project for the Roanoke River.
So how's it working?
Some say "It's Not."
Keith Humphry has more.
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(As one member of the city's Flood Planning Commission puts it: "we've been looking at this problem since 1972, and we haven't turned the first load of dirt."
Eddie Wheeler has a big stake in the project. The family business backs up to the Roanoke River.
The Flood of '85 brought 12 feet of water into Wheeler's Dry Cleaning establishment.
The problem is it could happen again tomorrow- -the tenth anniversary of the Flood.
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Two big things HAVE been accomplished since '85: The I-FLOWS system is in place- -ready to WARN us of high water headed our way. And certain buildings- -such as Roanoke Memorial Hospital- -have been "flood-proofed."
But the river project is nowhere. The plans have been drawn. Congress and City Council have approved them. The money is authorized. So what's the hold-up?
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((WE'RE HAVING SOME DIFFICULTY WITH ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS.))
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BUTT Wheeler to Kiser
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((THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY STOPPED US FOR SNAIL DARTERS AND UNKNOWN FISH IN THE RIVER. THEY THOUGHT WE WERE GOING TO DISRUPT THEIR HABITAT.))
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Now they say soil in the river banks are contaminated.
City officials hope four years worth of environmental testing will be completed by next Spring.
They've quit predicting when work on the river bank will actually begin.
Roanoke COUNTY has done a few things.
For example, a new sewer line along Garst Mill Road was redesigned to incorporate STORM water.
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((AND YET ROANOKE COUNTY IS NOT PART OF THE FLOOD REDUCTION PROJECT. THE COUNTY CHIPPED IN SOME MONEY FOR A STUDY. ALL THE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS DID, AFTER THE FEDS OFFERED A MATCHING GRANT. TOTAL COST TO THE TAXPAYERS: 690-THOUSAND DOLLARS. THE "STORMWATER MANAGEMENT" STUDY FOCUSES ON 16 WATERSHEDS AND TRIBUTARIES THAT FEED INTO THE ROANOKE RIVER. IT WON'T BE FINISHED UNTIL NEXT SEPTEMBER.)
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Still to come on the newscast, Steve Mason will have all tonight's key football match ups,
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and a little later on, we'll hear from Roanoke Comedy Club owner Jimmy Butler- He hopes to have the last laugh as his club moves into a new home.
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S-Salem


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We start over in Salem where the Spartans again ventured to the triple A ranks to see what they could do against the Knights of Cave Spring.
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Folks...they did plenty. In the third quarter; Matt Wheeling intercepts Jeff Lang's pass and the Spartans took over at the Knights 37 yard line.
Several plays later; Chris Huff bulls his way in from the 1 yard line. 10-0 Salem.
Another Cave Spring turnover would SUPER=36-Salem/=23/Cave Spring/==0;

turn into another Spartan touchdown. Last week's Friday Football Extra player of the week Seth Moore fakes the screen, keeps the rock and goes in for the score. The Spartans win 23-nothing.
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S-Cross


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The Roanoke Valley's annual private school gridiron showdown took place this afternoon over at North Cross as the Raiders hosted Roanoke Catholic.
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UVa freshman Hal Johnson, the former North Cross star quarterback returned to his alma mater today to check things out.
And he would see his replacement Steven Nicolas roll to his right, and throw
long to #41 Mason Brown, who hauls in the pass and takes it all the way down to

the Celtics' nine.
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Two plays later, Carter Lee goes over the top from three yards out and North Cross takes a 15-to-nothing lead at the half. And the Raiders avenge last year's setback to the Celts with a 28-7.
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S-Campbell


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To the seminole District we go. William Campbell paid Staunton River a visit tonight, and the Generals would keep on marchin.
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Right to the action, first quarter. Golden Eagle quarterback danny Thomas drops back to throw, but he is nailed. The misguided pass is picked off by J.P. Puryear, who scoots 22 yards for the touchdown. 20 to nothing Generals.
Then, the generals Dominque Dews SUPER=36-William Campbell/=47/Staunton
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finds Sherone Baxter on a 38 yard TD connection and William Campbell wins 47-nothing, the Generals are now 9-and OH on the season.
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S-Score


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Coming up in about 20 minutes, we will have highlights from a total 15 games. We already have the first batch of scores from week 10. Here's a look.
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And still to come tonight, Highlights from the Roanoke Express/Raleigh Icecaps game; Alonzo Mourning takes his game south,
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and Syracuse has arrived in Blacksburg!! The team practiced at Worsham Field earlier this evening; both coaches speak up in a few.
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S-Express


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The 5 and 4 Roanoke Express hit the freezer floor for a battle with East division doormat Raleigh tonight over at the Round House.
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After a 4 game road swing; Roanoke thinking; there's no place like home. Raleigh, still winless this season.
Could the streak end. The Icecaps Jeff Gabriel thought so. He passes to Lyle..get this name... Wildgoose.. goose goes back to Gabriel for the tally. 1-zip Raleigh.
SUPER=34-Raleigh/==5/Roanoke/==2;

The Icecaps went up 2-nothing as Gabriel notches the assist to middle ice. Jay Neal picks up the goal.
The Express closed the gap to 2-1 on Ilya Dubkov's goal, but Roanoke falls 5-2.
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S-Alonzo


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To the NBA. This morning, the Charlotte Hornets traded center Alonzo Mourning to Miami in a six player deal.
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Mourning arrived at Miami International today. He and 2 other Charlotte Players were sent to the Heat in return for guards Glen Rice and Khalid Reeves, along with center Matt Gieger and the Heat's first round pick in the 1996 draft.
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With new coach Pat Riley by his side; Mourning was optimistic at his 1st Heat news conference.
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S-Hornets


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SUPER=03-Chicago, IL/Hornets vs. Bulls; :00


The Hornets could have used Mourning as the NBA season opened tonight. Charlotte fell to Chicago thanks to Michael Jordan's 42 points. Bulls win 105-91.
SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/Bullets vs. 76ers;

Jerry Stackhouse and his 76ers beat Washington 105-103. The rookie scored 27 points to lead his sixers. The Bullets Rasheed wallace had 10 points.
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And in Houston the two time world champion Rockets unveiled their new banner. Hakeem Olajuwon then went to work. Houston wins 110-92.
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S-Numbers


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S-Tech


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The Hokies are a win away from tying for the Big East top spot. Tomorrow at 3:30, the Hokies host conference leader Syracuse in a battle that pits Tech's 9th ranked defense against the Orangemen's high scoring offense.
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((FRANK BEAMER/VIRGINIA TECH HEAD COACH: SYRACUSE IF SO GOOD AT, AGAIN, COUNTER ACTION, NAKED ACTION, GETTING YOUR SECONDARY OUT OF POSITION, ALL OF THE SUDDEN THROWING BACK ACROSS THE FIELD, THROWING DEEP DOWN FIELD. THIS QUARTERBACK IS REALLY GOOD SCRAMBLING AROUND. AND IT'S NOT SO MUCH WHERE HE SCRAMBLES TO LOOK TO RUN. HE SCRAMBLES AROUND BUYING SOME TIME... ALL OF THE SUDDEN THERE IS A GUY RUNNING FREE DOWN FIELD.))
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To win tomorrow, Orangemen head coach Paul Pasqualoni said tonight after practing at Tech's Worsham Field; that the guys on the other side of the ball must match Tech's D.
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((PAUL PASQUALONI/SYRACUSE HEAD COACH: WELL, OUR DEFENSE HAS GOT TO PLAY A BIG ROLE IN THIS THING. WE'VE GOT TO GET OUR OFFENSE BACK THE BALL OBVIOUSLY. TIME OF POSSESSION IS GOING TO BE A BIG FACTOR IN THE GAME AND WE CAN'T JUST LET VIRGINIA TECH CONTROL THE BALL))
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VMI hosts Southern Conference rival Appalachian State tomorrow at 1:30. The Mountaineers are undefeated and the nations second ranked team in 1-Double A.
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The 6 and 2 Liberty Flames host Hampton University tomorrow at Williams Stadium. Kick off is at 1:30.
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Ferrum faces the number 2 team in the South Region in unbeaten Emory and Henry. That game starts at 1:30 at Emory and Henry.
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And, Washington & Lee is at home tomorrow against ODAC rival Guilford.
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NEWSCAST=11pm
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The Roanoke Comedy Club made it's debut in its new location tonight.
And Jay Moore reports, the club continues to bring in the laughs even after its move across the city.
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(( It's the same great laughs people have been able to enjoy for over a decade, BUT in a new spot.
The club has taken its act to the Tiki Lounge, located right below the Fiji Island restaurant.
The owner says he doesn't think he'll lose any customers as a result of his move from downtown.
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((JIMMY BUTLER/ROANOKE COMEDY CLUB OWNER: ))
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((I think ))
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The main act "Open Season" out of Los Angeles, did its part to provide a smooth transition.
The group took advantage of the political season by poking a little fun at all the mudslinging ads.
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((JAY MOORE: THE NEW LOCATION DIDN'T SEEM TO BOTHER ANY OF THOSE WHO ATTENDED. THEY SAY THEY ENJOY THE AMIBIANCE OF THE LOUNGE. BUT ONE COUPLE FOUND A DIFFERENT REASON FOR COMING. ))
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((JOHN & MARIANN ORR: ABOUT EXCITED AS WE CAN GET AT THIS AGE. SOME NEW AND UNUSAL ENTERTAINTMENT. ))
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The club's admission price is the same as before with shows on Thursday, Jay Moore, News 7.)) Friday, and Saturday.