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Rabin

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Yitzhak Rabin will be laid to rest in Jerusalem in less than an hour.
His death Saturday, at the hands of a Jewish gunman, sent shockwaves throughout the world.
Jesse Schulman has more.
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((Air Force One touched down at Israel's Ben Gurion airport on a bright warm day.>> President and Mrs. Clinton at the head of the US delegation to the funeral of Israel's assassinated leader. They travelled by mororcade to Jerusalem, to pay their private respects... The President is one of dozens of the world's great and famous arriving... He's visited Israel before... Jordan's King Hussein, has not... until recently Jordan was technically at war with this country state... now he and his American born queen were setting foot like any other foreign visitor on sovereign Jewish soil. Through out the night, as Rabin lay in state, moruners filed past the coffin... they came from all over Israel... perhaps as many as a million.... a staggering figure for a country of five and half million... Paying heartfelt tribute... an overwhelming outpouring of national sorrow. There was no sorrow today from Rabin's confessed assassin... he told a judge at a pre-arraignment hearing, he had killed Rabin because the late Prime Mininster was 'giving our country to the Arabs" "we have to be cold hearted", he told the judge Security is tight in Jerusalem today...ten thousand or more polcie and soliders are on the streets... But why security was so light the night of the assassination is an unanswered question.... Rabin had been adressing tens of thousands of his foillowers in a demonstration for peace... he called it one of the happiest days of life... shortly before he was gunned down.))
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Here in the valley the reaction to Rabin's death has been the SAME.



React


ANCHOR=Beth
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Jewish leaders are asking LOCAL congregations to come together and discuss their feelings.
Today, TWO area synagogues are holding a JOINT community service that it is open to the public.
The service is at 8 o'clock this morning at the Temple Beth Israel.
There will be memorial prayers and open discussion.

Bosnia


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
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The peace process for Bosnia may have hit a SNAG.
A source says there's pressure on Serbian leader
(sloe-BOE-dan Mee-LOE-sha-vich)

Slobodan Milosevic to make concessions at the peace talks in Ohio.
He's apparently NOT happy about that.
He's charging that the U-S MISLED him about the SPECIFICS of a peace agreement.

polish-elections


ANCHOR=Melanie
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In Poland, Lech (vah-WEN'-sah) Walesa and an ex-Communist will meet in a runoff election for the presidency later this month.
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Early returns from yesterday's election show (vah-WEN'-sah) Walesa, the incumbent, and Aleksander (kvahsh-NYEV'-skee) Kwasniewski each were getting about a third of the vote in a field of 17 candidates.
The run- off takes place November 19th.
This is Poland's second democratic presidential election.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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And early returns show former Soviet official Eduard Shevardnadze
(sheh-vahrd-NAHD'-zeh) cruising to victory in presidential elections in the

former Soviet republic of Georgia.
The former Soviet foreign minister has been leading the country since it gained independence.

1-Sports


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Time now for a look at sports and the Redskins loss to Kansas City yesterday.
Roy Stanley has the details.
Good morning Roy.
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$CCOFF

One-Larry


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(Live Interview)



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



SUPER=13-John Ewald/Ewald Art & Frames;



SUPER=13-Gordon Ewald/Ewald Clark;



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Donation


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Governor Allen is attacking state Democrats for taking 100-thousand dollars from an oil pipeline company the governor linked to Libya.
Allen yesterday joked that the republicans should run ads that read -- Send Bill Clinton a message, and send Moammar Gadhafi a message.
Allen is under fire from the Democrats for taking 100-thousand dollars from a pork company charged with polluting.
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The state's top elected officials will be on the road today for final rallies on behalf of General Assembly candidates.

Sabato


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Political analyst Larry Sabato says 39 General Assembly races are too close to call.
He says that's an unprecedented number.
Among those close races, the Roanoke area House of Delegates race between Democrat Chip Woodrum and Republican Newell Falkinburg, and the Martinsville area House of Delegates race between Democrat Roscoe Reynolds and Republican Philip Plaster.
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Sabato holds out little hope, however, for Republican Trixie Averill in her her high profile contest with Democrat Dick Cranwell.
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((LARRY SABATO/UVA POLITICAL ANALYST: WELL I THINK CRANWELL'S IN GOOD SHAPE. IT WOULD TAKE A MASSIVE REPUBLICAN LANDSLIDE TO OUST CRANWELL. I THINK THAT WAS MORE A DIVERSIONARY TACTIC FOR THE REPUBLICANS TO KEEP HIM TIED DOWN, TO KEEP HIM BUSY, TO KEEP HIM RESPONDING TO CHARGES IN HIS OWN LOCALITY, RATHER THAN TO BE OUT CONSTANTLY ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL HELPING OTHER DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES.))
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Sabato says he considers Senator Brandon Bell of Roanoke to be the fourth most vulnerable Republican in the Senate.

Glaise-Hawkins


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As with ALL of the political races across the state, the Southside state SENATE candidates have the campaign finish line in sight.
Republican incumbent Charles Hawkins is proud of his service in Richmond.
But Democratic Challenger Joyce Glaise thinks that she would be a BETTER representative for the 9-th district.
Teresa Hamilton takes a look at THAT race.
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(( Democrat Joyce Glaise is a familiar face in Danville. For seven years, she's served on City Council.
HELLO, I'M JOYCE GLAISE...
Glaise is also a teacher.
Not surprisingly, Education is once reason she decided try her hand at politics.
I KNOW THAT EDUCATION EQUAL JOBS, EDUCATION CAN BRING A LOT OF ADVANTAGES TO THIS AREA IF WE HAVE A GOOD EDUCATION SYSTEM.
During the last election, Glaise was a write in candidate. She describes herself as person for all people, NOT a career politician.
WORKING TOGETHER ON POSSIBLY CRIME PREVENTION. DEALING WITH ISSURES RELATING TO WELFARE. ALSO WORIKNG WITH BUSINESSES AND EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT ALL OF THOSE SHOULD BE WORKING TOGETHER TO BENEFIT THIS AREA.
Glaise has accused incumbent Charles Hawkins of mostly representing the interests of the wealthy.
Hawkins, however, dismisses the criticism.
TO SAY THAT I'M AN ELITIST IS PROBABLY REACHING FOR THE FURTHEST STRAW IN THE HAYSTACK.
Like Glaise, Hawkins is a familiar face.
For 14 years, he's served in the legislature.
If re-elected, he says one of his goals will be keeping young people at home.
FOR TOO LONG, WE'VE LOST GENERATION AFTER GENERATION TO THE CITIES. RICHMOND, ROANOKE, WHEREVER TO FIND JOBS BECASUE WE'RE NOT ALLOWING OURSELVES TO DEVELOP IN AREAS THAT PRODUCE THOSE MIDDLE TO UPPER INCOME JOBS WHICH IS JUST WHAT WE NEED.
Hawkins also has other plans for Southside. But it will be up to voters if he'll get the chacne to make those a reality. Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))
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In Botetourt County, two candidates are vying for the Commonwealth's Attorney position.

Botetourt-County


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Joel Branscom is challenging incumbent Rob Hagan.
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Branscom has been an assistant prosecutor in Roanoke for nearly 11 years.
The Botetourt County native says his experience as an urban prosecutor will help him do the job.
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((JOEL BRANSCOM/COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY CANDIDATE: BOTETOURT IS GROWING. I THINK THE COMBINATION OF HAVING THAT BOTETOURT BACKGROUND AND THE EXPERIENCE I'VE GOTTEN IN ROANOKE CITY IS GOING TO HELP ME MEET THE NEEDS OF BOTETOURT AS IT GOES TO THE YEAR 2000.))
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Hagan has been prosecuting in Botetourt County for 15 years.
He says his broad experience as a trial lawyer makes him the best candidate for the job.
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((ROB HAGAN/COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY CANDIDATE: I'VE DEFENDED CRIMINAL CASES OUTSIDE BOTETOURT COUNTY AND I'VE LEARNED THE DEFENSE LAWYERS BAG OF TRICKS. I'VE LEARNED HOW TO SIZE UP THE PROSECUTIONS WEAKNESSES JUST AS WELL AS I SIZE UP THE STRENGTHS.))
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2-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
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In sports, Chris King's tip-in at the buzzer lifted the Vancouver Grizzlies
past the Minnesota Timberwolves in overtime.


The Grizzlies are the first N-B-A expansion team to win their first two games.
For that score and others, let's go to the scoreboards.
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SUPER=96-Portland/109/Utah/105//Houston/106/Phoenix/104;



SUPER=103-Florida/==4/Tampa Bay/==1//Philadelphia/==6/Hartford/==1;
SUPER=103-Winnipeg/==4/Buffalo/==3//Anaheim/==6/New Jersey/==1;
SUPER=103-Colorado/==7/Chicago/==3;


Two-Larry


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(Live Interview)



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SUPER=13-Gordon Ewald/Ewald Clark;



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2HEADLINES


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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Leaders from around the world are in Jerusalem this morning paying their last respects to Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin.
The 73- year- old world leader was assassinated over the weekend by a Jewish law student.
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VO-NAT
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An old hotel goes crumbling down in Louisville Kentucky.
It's part of the city's downtown renovation.
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And a sucessful lift-off for this morning of a Titan four rocket.
The rocket is carrying a one billion dollar communications satellite.
It can relay data from satellite to satellite without the need of costly ground stations around the world.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday, November 6th.
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Funeral


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Israel is a nation in mourning today.
It's leader, Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, was assassinated Saturday following a peace rally in Tel Aviv.
He will be buried thirty minutes from now in Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, his killer confessed to the crime earlier today in an Israeli courtroom.
Jesse Schulman has the latest.
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SUPER=05-Jerusalem;
SUPER=01-Jesse Schulman/Reporting;
SUPER=03-Jerusalem

((Air Force One touched down at Israel's Ben Gurion airport on a bright warm day.>> President and Mrs. Clinton at the head of the US delegation to the funeral of Israel's assassinated leader. They travelled by mororcade to Jerusalem, to pay their private respects... The President is one of dozens of the world's great and famous arriving... He's visited Israel before... Jordan's King Hussein, has not... until recently Jordan was technically at war with this country state... now he and his American born queen were setting foot like any other foreign visitor on sovereign Jewish soil. Through out the night, as Rabin lay in state, moruners filed past the coffin... they came from all over Israel... perhaps as many as a million.... a staggering figure for a country of five and half million... Paying heartfelt tribute... an overwhelming outpouring of national sorrow. There was no sorrow today from Rabin's confessed assassin... he told a judge at a pre-arraignment hearing, he had killed Rabin because the late Prime Mininster was 'giving our country to the Arabs" "we have to be cold hearted", he told the judge Security is tight in Jerusalem today...ten thousand or more polcie and soliders are on the streets... But why security was so light the night of the assassination is an unanswered question.... Rabin had been adressing tens of thousands of his foillowers in a demonstration for peace... he called it one of the happiest days of life... shortly before he was gunned down.))



Local-React


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=rjo
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Jewish leaders in our area are asking local congregations to come together and discuss their feelings.
This morning two Roanoke Valley synagogues are holding a joint community service that it is open to the public.
The service is at 8 at the Temple Beth Israel.
There will be memorial prayers and open discussion.

Titan-missile


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The Airforce launched a Titan-4 rocket early this morning carrying a one- BILLION dollar Milstar communications satellite.
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SUPER=03-Cape Canaveral, FL;


Milstar satellites initially were intended to provide secure, jam-free communications during nuclear war. While critics say the satellites are NO longer needed, SIX such relay stations are planned, the FIRST of which was successfully launched last year.
Unlike most other communications satellites, Milstars can relay data from satellite to satellite, eliminating the need for COSTLY ground stations around the world.
The pentagon expects to spend just over 17-BILLION dollars on the Milstar system between 19-92 and 2- thousand- 11.
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wipe wipe wipe

Implosion


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NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=bmy
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Louisville, KY/Yesterday;


In Louisville Kentucky yesterday, an 84- year-old hotel CRUMBLED to the ground.
Hundreds of onlookers watched the implosion.
The ten story hotel was destroyed to make room for the expansion of a convention center.
City officials say dismantling the building would have cost millions of dollars.
This was the third building in downtown Louisville to be brought down in two years.
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3-Sports


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WRITER=cro
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The Hokies rank in the college football poll again, following their win over Syracuse.
Roy Stanley explains in sports.
Good morning Roy.
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Birthdays
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Three-Larry


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(Live Interview)



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



SUPER=13-John Ewald/Ewald Art & Frames;



SUPER=13-Gordon Ewald/Ewald Clark;



SUPER=11-Roanoke Co.;



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Yitzhak-Rabin


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WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
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President Clinton is in Israel along with some other 40 world leaders for today's funeral of
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Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin.
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SUPER=03-Tel Aviv/Saturday;


The 73- year- old leader was was assassinated Saturday night following a pro-peace rally in Tel Aviv.
SUPER=03-Jerusalem/Today;


Today, hundreds of thousands of Israelis have been filing past Rabin's flag-draped coffin.
Police estimate that a quarter million people have passed the coffin at the Israeli parliament building.
SUPER=03-Tel Aviv/Today;


Meantime, a 27-year old Jewish law student told an Israeli court today that he killed Rabin because Rabin wanted to give his country to the Arabs.
(YEE'-gahl ah-MEER') Yigal Amir said he shot Rabin to stop the peace process.
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This morning two Roanoke Valley synagogues are holding a JOINT community service that is OPEN to the public.
The service is at 8 O'clock at the Temple Beth Israel.
There will be memorial prayers and open discussion.

JUVENILE-CRIME


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=DAL
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In other news -- Virginia lawmakers are looking into ways to reform juvenile laws.
In our state, half of all felonies are committed by offenders 16 and younger.
And the average age of convicted murderers is 19.
Denise Allen has the story.
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SUPER=@Gilmore; :14
SUPER=03-Wytheville/October 31; :25
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(( Tommy Lawrence Helms is 16 years old.
Last Monday, he turned himself into authorities investigating the shooting death of Lavina Scales.
Prosecutors in this case want to try Helms as an adult. ((ATTORNEY GENERAL JIM GILMORE: DEAD IS DEAD. AND WHEN YOU'VE GOT A VICTIM DEAD, YOU'VE GOT TO BEGIN TO SET A STANDARD IN THE COMMUNITY. THE TIME HAS COME TO BEGIN TO THINK ABOUT PROTECTING THE COMMUNITY AND REFORMING THE SYSTEM.))
In Wythe County, a teenager is charged with killing a sheriff's deputy last December.
A judge ruled last week that 16 year old Christopher Shawn Wheeler will stand trial as an adult.
In Virginia, juveniles can be tried as an adult when they're 14.
Some say the system waits too long to intervene, giving juvenile offenders little or no punishment for their early offenses. ((ROB LANAHAN/CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST: OFTEN TIMES WE DON'T PROVIDE CHILDREN IN ADOLESCENCE THE OPPORTUNITY TO BENEFIT FROM THOSE. WHAT WE DO IS TEACH THEM THEY CAN RATIONALIZE AND THEY CAN LOOK FOR EXCUSES.))
Lt. Governor Don Beyer says lawmakers have already attacked the problems surrounding juvenile law, now the government needs to work on prevention.
He says the solutions will take years. ((LT. GOVERNOR DON BEYER: WE NEED TO INVEST IN HEAD START PROGRAM FOR THREE AND FOUR YEARS. WE NEED VERY SERIOUS WELFARE REFORM SO THERE ARE HONEST WORK ROLES IN THE COMMUNITY AND IN THE FAMILY TO GIVE THESE FOLKS SOMETHING APPROPRIATE TO LOOK FOR.))
Attorney General Jim Gilmore chairs the Governor's Commission on Juvenile Justice Reform.
The commission is currently studying ways to reform the system, in hopes of protecting the community and providing appropriate punishment for juvenile offenders.
Denise Allen News 7.))


Teaching- Awards


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 95-87
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Some third graders in Blacksburg have learned how to sail the seas from their classroom.
And their teacher has won an award for accomplishing the feat.
Last week, Virginia Tech's College of Education presented Kym Helms an Excellence in Education award for the Ocean Adventure Project.
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The class set up a saltwater aquarium and used the information superhighway to communicate with people at sea.
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((KYM HELMS/AWARD RECIPIENT: AND WE FOLLOWED A SAILBOAT RACE AROUND THE WORLD, AND SO WE STUDIED THE OCEANS THE SAILORS WERE SAILING OVER AND COMPARED THOSE ENVIRONMENTS TO THE ENVIRONMENT IN OUR SALTWATER TANK. AND IT CROSSED ALL CURRICULUM AREAS, IT WAS AN EXCITING HANDS-ON PROGRAM FOR MY STUDENTS. WE NEVER USED A TEXTBOOK AND COVERED EVERYTHING AND MORE THAT WE NEEDED TO COVER LAST YEAR. ))
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Helms was among 11 winners from across the state.
The College of Education awards innovative teaching in Virginia's public schools and community colleges.
Interim Dean Wayne Worner says he's pleased to see more and more collaboration with the university.
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((WAYNE WORNER/VA TECH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION: AS I WALK THROUGH THE DISPLAYS HERE I FIND EVIDENCE THAT OUR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, OUR COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT, OUR BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT AND OTHERS ARE NOW GETTING INVOLVED WITH PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN WAYS THAT WE HAVEN'T SEEN IN THE PAST. ))
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The Awards Conference ALSO provides a forum for Tech professors and public school teachers to exchange ideas.
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Special-Olympics


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
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GRAPHIC=none


The Special Olympic Fall Games in Roanoke are over.
Almost five hundred athletes participated in volleyball, soccer and rollerskating.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


The athletes train for eight weeks for the Olympic Games.
Special Olympics is a year round program.
About 12-hundred volunteers came out to help these special Olympians achieve their goals.
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((AMY SMITH/SPECIAL OLYMPICS: IT'S AN AVENUE FOR THEM TO BUILD SELF ESTEEM. IT'S AN AVENUE FOR THEM TO GET IN BETTER PHYSICAL CONDITION. IT'S ALSO A SOCIAL AVENUE. SO THEY BENEFIT IN A LOT OF DIFFERENT AREAS FROM PARTICIPATING IN THE TOURNAMENTS.))
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Miss Virginia, Amber Medlin stopped by the games to hand out medals and offer support.
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4-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
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Looks like the Cleveland Browns are getting alot of support from the city of Baltimore.
The N-F-L team and the Maryland Stadium Authority are expected to hold a joint news conference today to announce that the Browns will move to Baltimore for the 19-96 season.
Meantime, let's see how the Browns did yesterday against Houston.
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SUPER=100-Oakland/=20/Cincinnati/=17//New England/=20/NY Jets/==7;
SUPER=100-Atlanta/=34/Detroit/=22//Kansas City/=24/Washington/==3;
SUPER=100-Minnesota/=27/Green Bay/=24//Carolina/=13/San Francisco/==7;
SUPER=100-Denver/=38/Arizona/==6//Buffalo/=16/Indianapolis/=10;
SUPER=100-Seattle/=30/NY Giants/=28//Pittsburgh/=37/Chicago/=34;
SUPER=100-Miami/=24/San Diego/=14;