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Up next on News 7 at eleven-
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The Polls open in just a few hours.
We'll check in with the candidates on this eve of Election Day.
Israel lays to rest its Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
Plus a look inside the nuclear bomb shelter way below the Greenbrier Resort. We'll take you inside the bunker.
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News 7 at eleven is next.

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Good Evening.
In just a few hours the polls will open-
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Some of the most closely watched races- those for General Assembly to see if Republicans will gain a majority.
We'll check in with candidates tonight.
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Boston police don't know why two men walked into a crowded restaurant and opened fire.
Four people were killed and another critically hurt.
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Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Night-Before


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It was the night before elections all around the Roanoke Valley--
Some Republicans were out celebrating-- while the Democrats spent the evening resting up.
But no matter how they spent their time-- Kimberly McBroom reports both sides are predicting victory.
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((Many local Republicans spent the night before elections-- wearing their party hats.
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((SEN. BRANDON BELL/R-STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: THIS IS A MATTER OF TELLING-- WE THANK THE VOLUNTEERS FOR WORKING SO HARD FOR CAUSES THAT WE CARE ABOUT VERY DEEPLY.))
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But Republicans say Tuesday night is when they're planning their real victory celebration.
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((JEFF ARTIS/R- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: I THINK WE'RE GOING TO SUPRISE A WHOLE LOT OF PEOPLE. THERE'S AN ASSUMPTION OUT THERE THAT THE REPUBLICANS HAVE BEEN PLAYING DIRTY POLITICS-- THAT WE'RE NOT PRESENTING THE FACTS ACCURATELY. BUT I THINK THE PEOPLE UNDERSTAND WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO. ))
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((NEWELL FALKINBURG/R- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: I THINK THAT THE FACT THAT THEY'RE A LITTLE BIT DOWN IN THE DUMPS-- AND I DON'T THINK THEY'RE VERY HAPPY-- AT LEAST MY SENSE WHEN I SPEAK TO THEM IS THAT THEY AREN'T HAPPY. I THINK THEY'RE VERY, VERY WORRIED AND RIGHTLY SO. ))
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But local democrats say that couldn't be further from the truth-- as some kept busy at their downtown headquarters.
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((JOHN EDWARDS/D-STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: WE'RE GETTING GEARED UP. WE'RE GETTING THE SIGNS READY TO TAKE OUT TO THE POLLS. THE SAMPLE BALLOTTS-- WE'RE GETTING ORGANIZED AND I THINK EVERYBODY'S VERY EXCITED ABOUT HAVING A BIG VICTORY. ))
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The forecast is calling for a rainy Election Day-- but Delegate Dick Cranwell dismisses the theory that rain often brings a black cloud over democrats.
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((DEL. DICK CRANWELL/D- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: I DON'T THINK THE WEATHER IS GOING TO HAVE ANY IMPACT ON THE OUTCOME OF WHAT HAPPENS TOMORROW. PEOLE IN VIRGINIA TAKE GOVERNMENT SERIOUSLY AND THEY TAKE VOTING SERIOUSLY.))
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And no matter where they spent the eve before elections-- both Democrats and Republicans agree that for the most part, the campaigning is over.
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((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM/D-HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: MERCIFULLY, THAT'S THE WAY, DEMOCRACY WORKS. IT'S THEIR TURN. IF FEEL VERY GOOD AND VERY CONFIDENT ABOUT THE RACE, BUT NOW'S THE TIME FOR THE PEOPLE TO SPEAK AND IT'S TIME FOR US TO BE QUIET. ))
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And come Tuesday-- time for the voters to have the last word. Kimberly McBroom, News 7. ))

Cobbs-Bryant


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It's been a hectic final day of campaigning in the Lynchburg area for Republican House candidate Preston Bryant and his Democratic opponent Gil Cobbs.
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Both campaigns found themselves within shouting distance of each other on Colony Road in Madison Heights.
Cobbs and Bryant supporters spent about an hour greeting state employees on their way in and out of the Central Virginia Training Center.
Both say they're confident about their chances tomorrow.
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((GIL COBBS/D- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: I BELIEVE THAT WE'RE GOING TO BE VICTORIOUS TOMORROW WITH A COMFORTABLE MARGIN. WE'VE WORKED HARD, I THINK PEOPLE KNOW THAT I MEAN WHAT I SAY, I'M NOT GOING TO FORGET THEIR INTERESTS WHEN I GO TO RICHMOND.)) ((PRESTON BRYANT/R- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: I FEEL LIKE IT'S GOING TO BE A HIGH- SPIRITED FINAL DAY. I THINK WE REALLY NEED TO GET OUR CONSERVATIVE BASE OUT, I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE CLOSE, BUT THIS IS A GOOD DISTRICT FOR REPUBLICANS.))
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Bryant and Cobbs hope to fill the House seat being vacated by Republican Steve Newman, who's running for the Virginia Senate.
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Campaign-Money


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The eyes of the nation will be focused tomorrow on Virginia and two other southern states.
So is a lot of money from around the nation.
Especially in Virginia, where the sky's the limit on campaign contributions.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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(( The last thought George Allen would like to leave you with is Tamoil.
That's a New York oil broker that admits previous ties to the Libyan government -- and is helping fund Democratic ads like this with a hundred thousand dollars of possibly terrorist linked money.
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((LARRY SABATO/UVA POLITICAL ANALYST: IN VIRGINIA, YOU HAVE A WILD WEST SYSTEM OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE WHERE ANYTHING GOES. THERE ARE NO LIMITS. WE'VE HAD GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES IN THE PAST WHO'VE TAKEN UP TO A HALF A MILLION DOLLARS FROM A SINGLE PERSON. AND IT'S NOT GOING TO CHANGE BECAUSE IT SUITS THE POLITICIANS WELL.))
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On the other side of the fence: Smithfield Foods.
The company is under state and federal investigation for a dizzying number of recent pollution violations.
Governor Allen's PAC has taken 125- thousand dollars in pork packing money.
Sabato says it's wrong.
But legal in Virginia.
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((LARRY SABATO/UVA POLITICAL ANALYST: WHAT I FIND INCREDIBLE ABOUT VIRGINIA, AND I'VE BEEN WATCHING IT FOR 25 YEARS, IS THAT PEOPLE DO NOT DEMAND THE OBVIOUS. THEY DO NOT DEMAND A CHANGE IN WHAT IS PERCEPTIVELY A CORRUPT SYSTEM.))
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((AS PUBLIC AWARENESS OF WHO PAYS FOR CAMPAIGNS AND WHO BENEFITS INCREASES, LET THERE BE NO DOUBT, SO DOES THE MONEY. THIS WILL HAVE BEEN BY FAR THE MOST EXPENSIVE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS IN VIRGINIA HISTORY. ELLEN QUALLS, NEWS 7, RICHMOND.))
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Allen-Gilmore


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State Republicans have faced weeks of criticism for accepting the Smithfield donation.
With the news that Democrats had their own questionable contribution, Governor Allen returned fire this afternoon.
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The governor rallied support for Republican candidates today during a state tour.
In Roanoke, he told reporters the contribution from TAM-OIL should raise concern among Virginia voters.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: I DON'T CARE TO AND I DON'T THINK MOST VIRGINIANS WANT LIBYAN MONEY OR THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION SOMEHOW INFLUENCING ELECTIONS HERE. THESE ELECTIONS ARE TO BE DETERMINED BY VIRGINIANS. THE DEMOCRATS ARE DESPERATE. THEY'LL GET MONEY WHEREVER THEY CAN I RECKON.))
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State democrats say the implication that they accepted terrorist money is "hogwash."
A Democratic spokesman says the latest criticism is a smokescreen for the G-O-P's contribution from Smithfield Foods.

Beyer


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Meanwhile former Democratic party chairman Mark Warner says tomorrow's election may be the most important one in state history.
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Before a rally in Arlington, Warner predicted a Democratic victory in the General Assembly elections.
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((MARK WARNER/FORMER VA. DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAIRMAN: THE TRUTH IS, WITH US, NO MATTER WHAT THE OTHER SIDE DOES WITH THOSE SCURRULOUS LIES AND RHETORIC AND LIARS AND EVERYTHING ELSE OUT THERE-- THE TRUTH WILL COME OUT IF WE GET OUR VOTE OUT THERE TOMORROW. ))
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Meanwhile, Senator Chuck Robb says this election resembles last year's-- saying victory will depend on strong Democratic turnout in Northern Virginia.

Amherst-Fire


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Two brothers are dead following a fire at a mobile home in Franklin County.
It happened early Sunday morning, near Boones Mill.
When firefighters arrived, they found the trailer in flames.
Once the fire was under control, they found the bodies of Johnny and James Holland.
Officials say the cause of the fire was some combustible material left near a portable electric heater.
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Still to come on the newscast, the F-D-A may approve a new drug for AIDS patients,
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and world leaders and citizens alike gather in Jerusalem today to say goodbye to Yitzak Rabin. We'll have that and local reaction when we return.
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Rabin


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Israel laid its Prime Minister to rest today-
As Jesse Schulman reports, leaders from around the world were there for the funeral of Yitzhak Rabin.
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(( It was a funeral few Israelis never imagined in their worst nightmares. presidents, prime ministers and kings gathered to pay tribute to one of the founding fathers of the Jewish state, killed by a fellow Jew.
His belief his nation needs peace with its neighbors more than it needs West Bank land cost him his life.
IF YOU CAN'T LET GO OF YOUR HATE, IT WILL BE SOWN AMONG YOURSELVES.
U.S. presidents are no novelty in Israel. Arab leaders are. Jordan's King Hussein and Egypt's President Mubarak came to urge Israelis to continue what their slain leader started.
HOSNI MUBARAK/EGYPTIAN PRESIDENT: BEST MEMORIAL TO RABIN IS TO CONTINUE WHAT HE STARTED, THE PEACE.
One arab leader not present, PLO leader Yasser Arafat, his presence judged too much of a political and security headache.
And a reminder that Rabin was a man as well as a statesman from his Granddaughter who recalled the touch of his hand, the warmth of a Grandfather's heart, and called on the angels to care for him well.
Then came the last march. The final salute.
The last gravesite goodbyes.
The Jewish prayer for the dead, and Yitzhak Rabin was lowered to his grave in the city of his birth. Jesse Schulman, CBS News, Jerusalem.))

Local-Rabin


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Roanoke's Beth Israel Synagogue dedicated this morning's service to honor the slain leader.
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People prayed for continued progress toward peace in the Middle East and said special prayers for Rabin.
During a discussion the congregation shared how they believe the assassination was a political, not a theological event.
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((NATALIE SHEFFLER: IT SEEMED THAT BECAUSE OF THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS ESPECIALLY POLITICAL BY RIGHT WING POLITICIANS AND RELIGIOUS GROUPS AS FAR AS LAND IS CONCERNED. IT HAD BECOME A MAJOR POLITICAL ISSUE. A MAN KILLING SOMEONE TO CHANGE A POLITICAL PROCESS.)) ((RABBI JEROME FOX/BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE: TO LOSE A PRIME MINISTER A MAN OF SUCH STATURE, WHEN HE WAS ALMOST ACHIEVING HIS DREAM IS A TERRIBLE BLOW TO ISRAEL AND THE JEWISH COMMUNITIES AROUND THE WORLD.))
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Rabbi Fox says it's difficult for the Jewish community to deal with the fact that a Jewish man shot Prime Minister Rabin.
He says for two thousand years assassinations have not been a part of Israeli life and that is probably why security around Rabin was not tight.
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Boston-Shooting


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Boston police don't know why two men walked into a crowded restaurant and opened fire on a booth.
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Four people were killed and another critically wounded.
It happened at the 99 restaurant at lunch time.
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Two off duty police officers were in the restaurant at the time and arrested the two suspects.
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AIDS


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AIDS patients may soon have a new choice in their treatment.
Food and Drug Administration scientists are recommending approval of the drug called Three-T-C.
It would be the first new initial therapy to treat AIDS since the original treatment, A-Z-T.
Experts say the two drugs should be used together.

Kidney-Deaths


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NEWSCAST=11
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TAPE# 95-87
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A outside probe into the recent deaths of kidney dialysis patients at Greensville Correctional Center concludes there are NO deficits in patient care.
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The maximum security prison houses the death chamber.
It came under fire after Virginia's bi-partisan crime commission looked into recent inmate deaths.
In the report, a dialysis expert at U-Va's Health Sciences Center recommends such things as new dialysis machines, better record keeping, and continuing education for the nursing staff.
But the study concludes that UVA "did not find the causes or circumstances of death of these dialysis patients out of the ordinary." Corrections Director Ron Angelone says the report completely exonerates his department.
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Coming up next on our broadcast, a local museum says it needs to raise more money before it can take its journey into science,
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and we'll head to White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia where the Greenbrier is trying to decide what to do with what was once it's best kept secret.
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Science-Center


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Opening day is within sight for the Danville Science Center.
But before the doors open-- someone needs to embark on a "Journey Into Science".
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That's the word from Science Center officials this morning.
"Journey into Science" is the slogan given to a fundraiser.
So far, more than 700- thousand dollars has been donated.
But officials say they need an additional 155- thousand dollars before the Center will be ready to open.
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((ROBERT L. THALHIMER/SCIENCE MUSEUM OF VA. EXECUTIVE DIR.: THE FUNDS ARE GOING TO BE USED TO FUND OPENING EXHIBIT CONSTRUCTION, TO PURCHASE FURNITURE AND FIXTURES AND TO PAY FOR START UP EXPENSES, THEY WILL SUPPORT THE OPERATIONS FOR THE FIRST THREE YEARS OF THE DANVILLE SCIENCE CENTERS OPERATIONS AND THEY WILL BE USED TO BUILD AN ENDOWMENT AND TO MEET A CHALLENGE GRANT THAT'S BEEN MADE TO BUILD THAT ENDOWMENT. ))
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S-Score


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Tonight in sports, the Byrd girls win the Blue Ridge regular season in a special playoff game.
Virginia turns its attention toward the Terps.
ESPN's number one Jerry delivers some punches at the Roanoke Valley sports club tonight, and the Browns head to Baltimore, after we head to the scoreboard.
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S-Byrd


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For the third time this season William Byrd and Salem locked horns in girls hoops with the regular season Blue Ridge title and a regional berth at stake over in Daleville.
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Dee Wright saw her club jump out front early and take a two point lead into the lockerroom at halftime.
But Byrd hung tough. The Terriers beat Salem's pressure and Cathy Smith finishes it off with the short pull-up.
Then Brandy Allen makes the nice move and nails the jumper at the third quarter horn to give Byrd a 1 point lead.
The Spartans made things interesting, though. Angela Bryson hits Tina Slate on the give and go for the easy lay-in.
With just over a minute left, Sarah Palmer drains the long range bomb to bring Salem to within one.
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But Kelli Runyon hits two from the charity stripe with just 12 ticks left and Byrd holds on 50-48.
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Byrd hosts the district and regionals this month on its home court.

S-Orlando


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The Orlando Magic, without Shaquille O'Neal, beat the Chris Webber-less Bullets tonight 105-to-95.
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Bullets' rookie Rasheed Wallace got his first look at the O-rena tonight, and he also got an eyeful of Penny Hardaway who soared for 25 points from his guard spot.
Horace Grant also picked up the "Shaq-Slack" as he too threw down 25
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points on the evening.
Dennis Scott also netted 21 as the Magic wins it 105-to-95.
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S-Hargrave


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Melvin Whitaker, one of the top high school basketball players in the nation last season at Oak Hill, will attend the University of Virginia, afterall.
Whitaker, who is now at Hargrave Military in Chatham, will resign with the Cavaliers this Wednesday morning according to his coach Scott Shepherd.
The six-foot-ten, 220 pound center signed with the Cavs back in May but later failed to meet freshman eligibility standards.

S-Cavs


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While many folks felt the Virginia Cavaliers' challenges for this season ended when they beat Florida State, Steve Mason says the hard work has really just begun as the Cavs try to come down from cloud nine, and then get ready for Maryland.
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((UVa's win earned Charlottesville a new name and a new feeling. What it's like to be on the winning end of a game that comes down to the final play. ((DEMETRIUS ALLEN/UVA RECEIVER: I THINK THIS MEANS MORE THAN THE OTHER TWO GAMES THAT WE LOST, SO SOMEBODY'S LOOKING OUT FOR US. IT WAS A GREAT WIN. ))
The victory proved to be another national coming out party for Tiki Barber, and after the game analysts were mentioning Barber as a future Heisman candidate, not Warrick Dunn. ((TIKI BARBER-1223 YARDS RUSHING THIS SEASON: THAT'S GOOD TO HAVE PEOPLE TALK ABOUT THAT. I MEAN ITS A GOOD FEELING. IT LETS ME KNOW THAT PEOPLE ARE STARTING TO NOTICE ME AND WHAT I'M DOING FOR THIS PROGRAM HERE, AND I MEAN IT GIVES ME A LOT OF CONFIDENCE GOING INTO THE REST OT THE SEASON ON TO NEXT YEAR.)) FSU will probably receive the higher bowl alliance rating and UVa will most likely get a bid to the Gator, Peach or Carquest Bowls, though Virginia won. Bowl officials still had encouraging words for UVa. ((TERRY HOLLAND/UVA ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: THEY SAID HEY WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING YOU GUYS SOMEDAY, WE KNOW THAT YOU'RE GOING TO BE THERE COMPETING FOR THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. WE KNOW YOU'RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO BE KNOCKING ON THE DOOR, THE ALLIANCE TEAM.))
The Florida state win has opened the door for the Cavaliers as far as bigger and better bowls in the future, but it is the present that the Cavaliers must concern themselves with. A win over Maryland this weekend, and the Wahoos clench at least a tie for ACC Title. ((RONDE BARBER/UVA QUARTERBACK: WE'VE STILL GOT THE ACC TITLE AS A MOTIVATION FOR US. IF WE LOSE TO MARYLAND THIS WEEKEND, IT WON'T BE OFFICIAL. FSU WON'T MEAN NOTHING TO US BECAUSE WE DON'T HAVE THE RING THAT WE'VE WANTED ALL YEAR.)) Game time saturday at Byrd Stadium is scheduled for noon. Steve Mason, News 7 Sports.))
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Sports Tease


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Still to come tonight, the Browns aren't the only thing Cleveland lost today.
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as Indians manager Lou Piniella edges Mike Hargrove to win american league manager of the year honors.
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S-Punch


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-30
GRAPHIC=ROANOKE VALLEY SPORTS CLUB


The man who worked the sidelines in UVa upset of the Seminoles, was the guest of the Roanoke Valley sports club last night.
And Jerry Punch says the Cavs victory did more than help Virginia.
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To err is also human. And Punch the studio analysts around the country including, some of those at ESPN< who are not giving Virginia Tech respect are making a big mistake.
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By the way, the talk of the night was that the UVa-Va. Tech season ending game in two weeks will air on ABC November 18th at noon.

S-Browns


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The loyal Cleveland sports fans suffered a setback yesterday when the Browns officially announced their move to Baltimore.
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Maryland Governor Parris Glendening says the team will start playing at Memorial stadium in 1996.
The Browns have been an institution in Cleveland since 1950.
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The Move still needs approval from the NFL owners. And Monday morning the city of Cleveland got a temporary injunction blocking the team from leaving before a November 20th hearing.
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The Man who took the Seattle Mariners to the playoffs for the first time ever is this year's American League manager of the year.
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Lou Piniella was voted the honor tonight by the baseball writer's of America.
He finished 12 points ahead of Boston manager Kevin Kennedy and 15 in front of Cleveland's Mike Hargrove.
The balloting was very tight. In fact Kennedy receiver more first place votes from the writers.
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Greenbrier-Bunker


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For the past 37- years, the federal government has kept a secret-
A massive secret right under our noses-- or at least under a resort.
The rumors about a nuclear bomb shelter at The Greenbrier are true.
Today, for the first time, reporters were allowed in the bunker, and Scott Prince has more.
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(( The Greenbrier Resort has been a staple of hotel excellence for the past 200 years.
But over the past 4 decades, it's been buried in a bed of secrets-- top secrets to be exact.
Thirty- seven years ago, underneath the Greenbrier, this nuclear fallout shelter was built.
It was designed to protect top federal officials, like members of Congress.
And even though there's been speculation that the facility existed, federal officials were able to keep a low profile.
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A telecommunications studio, decontamination areas, and dormitories make up just a small portion of this 112- thousand square foot bunker.
But back in July, the government abandoned the shelter and ownership was handed over to the resort.
Since then there's been debate over what to do with it.
Many say it should be turned into a museum.
Others think it should become a casino.
But Greenbrier officials aren't saying a word.
For right now, they're satisfied in knowing the U-S Government would have had a place to operate in the event of a nuclear attack. Scott Prince, News 7, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.)) They're even more satisfied in knowing they never had to use it.