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Which party will run the state Senate split down the political middle.
In just a moment on NEWS 7 at SIX:
We'll talk with some people who should know.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And look at the thriving business of history on Main Street in Salem.

Sports-head


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


Tonight in sports, the National League rookie of the year is being unveiled at this minute.
Will it be Nomo or Chipper?
We'll check in on the ODAC and Atlantic 10 basketball media days.
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Plus Chicago Bulls star forward Dennis Rodman says he will miss the next month with a calf injury he suffered on Tuesday night.
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State-Senate


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#95-87
GRAPHIC=Election '95


Voters may have thought they settled all the scores on Tuesday.
But in electing 20 Democrats and 20 Republicans, voters have set the stage for a titanic power struggle in the State Senate.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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(( The Democrats turned to UVA constitutional expert A.E. Dick Howard to conclude that Don Beyer gives them the 21st vote on almost ANY issue.
Beyer got more specific.
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: THE VOTE ON FINAL PASSAGE OF THE BUDGET DOES REQUIRE 21 ELECTED MEMBERS OF THE SENATE. HOWEVER THAT'S NOT WHERE THE ACTION IS. THE ACTION IS ALWAYS IN THE BUDGET AMENDMENTS. IT'S VERY CLEAR THAT I CAN AS LT. GOVERNOR VOTE ON THE BUDGET AMENDMENTS.))
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However, Beyer wasn't clear on whether he would help keep Republicans off key committees.
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((laughter. I'M READY TO VOTE WHEN CALLED UPON TO DO SO. AND I'LL TAKE THAT RESPONSIBILITY.))
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But the Democrat who last served as Virginia's Lieutenant Governor disagrees with his party.
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((DOUG WILDER/FORMER GOVERNOR: THE QUESTION IS WHAT ROLE DOES THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR PLAY? THE LAW IS PRETTY CLEAR IN SOME INSTANCES. IT SAYS THOSE 40 MEMBERS SHALL COMPRISE THE SENATE. AND THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN ELECTED FROM THE VARIOUS DISTRICTS OF THE COMMONWEALTH. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR IS NOT ELECTED FROM ANY OF THOSE DISTRICTS. I THINK IT WOULD BE VERY DIFFICULT FOR HIM TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ACTUAL ORGANIZING OF THE SENATE.))
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((BOB HOLSWORTH/VCU POLITICAL ANALYST: I THINK THE PUBLIC WOULDN'T LIKE TO SEE IT... SOME OF THE THORNIER ISSUES HERE WIND UP IN THE COURTS.))
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((DOUG WILDER: IT IS A BRAND NEW DAY.))
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And this building still houses two groups that sometimes disagree for the sake of disagreement.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Hudson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=tha
TAPE#95-92
GRAPHIC=Hudson


A Danville man has been sentenced to 35- years in prison for his role in the murder of a Winn Dixie store manager.
19- year- old Kenneth Hudson pled guilty to murder and robbery for the shooting of Oliver Lee Everett, Junior.
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Hudson was with Michael Lamont White the night White shot Everett and stole 600 dollars.
White pled guilty to murder, robbery and weapons violations last month and was sentenced to life in prison.
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Goodyear


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


Stalled talks between Goodyear and its employees' union could put the brakes on plans to hire 400 new workers at its Danville tire plant.
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VO-NAT
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Goodyear and the United Steel Workers Local 831 can't seem to agree on the conditions necessary for the plant to go to a 24 hour schedule.
Neither side would give specifics on what's holding up the deal.
Goodyear says it would put more people on its assembly line if it becomes a continuous operation.
Right now the Danville plant operates six days a week.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=HOLD


Goodyear wants to go 24-hours to meet demand for its truck tires.

Va-Business


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#95-95
GRAPHIC=Business News


Efforts to improve Virginia's economic development image have apparently paid off.
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A magazine that tracks where companies relocate and why they go there says Virginia has become a prime place to move to.
This month's issue of "Plant Sites and Parks" asked 534 executives to rank the best states for business relocation.
Virginia came in fifth.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=HOLD


But the Commonwealth does have two sizeable competitors just south of the border.
North Carolina topped the list. Tennessee was second.

RADVA


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#95-86
GRAPHIC=HOLD


The RADVA Corporation of Radford is getting out of the business of MAKING its patented building panels.
It's a move that will allow the company to concentrate more on its overseas business, something that's proving beneficial to the local economy.
Tracy Altizer reports.
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(( This is one of the last expandable polystyrene panels to come off RADVA's production line in Radford.
The company has sold 80 percent of its panel-making subsidiary, Thermastructure, Limited, to Ecological Systems of North Carolina.
Thermastructure will have exclusive license to manufacture and market the panels in MOST of the U.S.
RADVA will continue building the machines that make the panels for its international licensees.
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((LUTHER DICKENS/RADVA PRESIDENT: WE WILL RECEIVE WORKING CAPITAL FROM THE SALE OF THE STOCK. IT ALSO ALLOWS US TO EXPAND OUR MACHINE DIVISION, WHICH IS REQUIRED TO EXPAND OUR LICENSING OPERATIONS. ))
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Meanwhile, RADVA's business is expanding in other UN-expected areas.
It's panel homes, such as these going up in Christiansburg, are a big hit in Russia and Argentina.
Now people in those countries want other Western home-building supplies such as doors and sheet brick.
RADVA is buying them up from local companies to meet the demand.
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((JIM WOLFE/SPECIAL PROJECTS MANAGER: EVERYTHING WE CAN GET WE GET EITHER IN ROANOKE OR CHRISTIANSBURG OR RADFORD, AND IF WE HAVE TO, LIKE THE BRICK COMES FROM TENNESSEE. ))
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This year RADVA did about a million dollars worth of business with local merchants. Next year that figure could double as the company looks for continued growth in its overseas markets. Tracy Altizer, News 7 Radford.))
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Ahead on the broadcast
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we'll see how Salem is using history to give its downtown a future.
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Tech-College


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#
GRAPHIC=Tech


Virginia Tech has placed its search for a new Dean of the College of Education on hold pending some possible streamlining moves.
President Paul Torgersen is meeting with faculty to outline the considerations tomorrow.
University spokesman Dave Nutter says any changes would be administrative, and would NOT affect programs or faculty positions.
Nutter says its possible the programs could be offered through a SCHOOL, rather than COLLEGE of Education when interim Dean Wayne Worner retires at the end of the year.
That would eliminate the need for a dean and administrative staff.

Parkway


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=bmy
TAPE#95-77
GRAPHIC=NONE


A couple from Honolulu signed in this week as the 600 Millionth visitors to the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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Sara and Domar (DOE-mar) Knudson (kah-NOOD-son) were honored by Virginia tourism and park officials today.
The two were traveling across the country on their way to a new home in South Carolina.
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((SARA KNUDSON/600 MILLIONTH PARKWAY VISITOR: HE'S IN THE MILITARY AND WE'RE BEING TRANSFERRED TO CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA SO WE DECIDED WE'D DRIVE ACROSS COUNTRY. WE'VE TAKEN FROM ST. LOUIS AND SEEN SIGHTS AND TAKE OUR TIME AND WE LANDED HERE AND THEY FOUND US!))
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The couple was loaded up with all kinds of gifts from Roanoke-area merchants. They also got an invitation to return for a four- day stay along the parkway with free passes to over 30 attractions.
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Salem-Antiques


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#95-85
GRAPHIC=Salem


For many cities a thriving downtown is a thing of the past, but in Salem, history is helping to keep Main Street on the move.
Joe Dashiell reports a growing trade in antiques is bringing traffic back to the business district.
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((A clock show first brought New Jersey collector Harry Blair to Salem, but he says stores filled with antiques and artful reproductions bring him downtown when he's passing through the area.
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((HARRY BLAIR: AND QUITE A WIDE VARIETY OF, MY GOSH, ART GLASS AND CLOCKS AND OLD AND NEW BOTH.))
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Some residents raised a red flag when the first antique mall opened, but the new businesses haven't turned downtown into a flea market. They HAVE lured customers from the interstate.
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((KEITH BAKER/GREEN MARKET ANTIQUE MALL: WE ADVERTISE IN ALL OF THE TRADE MAGAZINES, AND MOST OR ALL OF OUR BUSINESS COMES OFF INTERSTATE 81, ABOUT 80 PERCENT OF OUR BUYING PEOPLE COME OFF THE INTERSTATE. WE DO WELL.))
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Antique dealers have filled more than a few storefronts here on Main Street, but their growth has also been good for other businesses here.
Steve Edwards says he located his framing business downtown because of the traffic the antiques stores have created.
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((STEVE EDWARDS/OLDE SALEM FRAMING: IT'S CERTAINLY INCREASED THE VITALITY OF DOWNTOWN SALEM AND IT'S ALLOWED US TO DEVELOP A DIVERSITY OF BUSINESS THAT CAN BRING PEOPLE IN TO SHOP.))
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And Salem merchants hope the mix of old and new will continue to bring customers from near and far.
Joe Dashiell News 7))

Correction


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#95-90
GRAPHIC=NONE


We have a correction to make in last week's progress report on flood control projects.
In Friday's story, we mentioned a storm- water drainage problem that was being solved while- -
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at the same time, the county is installing a new sanitary sewer line along Garst Mill Road.
Our story IN-correctly implied that storm water was being channeled into the sewer line.
The County's Utility Manager points out that would be a violation of state and federal law, and assures us that the two projects are separate.
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Stocks


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


Another record day on Wall Street today.
Soaring technology stocks pushed the DOW UP 11 and a-half points to close at a new high of 48-hundred-64.
It was a good day for the NASDAQ as well. It was UP nearly 18 points closing at one thousand-66.
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Mind-Body


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#95-75
GRAPHIC=NONE


As health care continues its evolution, mainstream medicine has begun embracing some new practices to help patients stay healthy-- both mentally and physically.
Connie Stevens tells us about the Mental Health Association's seminar today on the Mind-Body connection.
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There was a time when tai chi, biofeedback and therapeutic touch were considered "alternative medicine."
Now, these practices, along with others like massage therapy and yoga are being recognized for their importance in helping along the healing process-- reducing hypertension, improving digestion, and strengthening the immune system.
Some employers are even getting in on the act.
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((JULIE LUSK/HEALTH MANAGEMENT CENTER: IT USED TO BE WELLNESS PROGRAMS INCORPORATED EXERCISE, NUTRITION, A LOT OF STRESS MANAGEMENT. NOW, IT IS "WHOLE PERSON LIVING" AND THINGS OF THAT NATURE. BEFORE IT WAS A "LET'S BUILD MORALE" KIND OF THING NOW IT'S BECOMING AN ECONOMIC NECESSITY. ))
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Studies have found that these relaxation techniques may be useful in treating chronic pain-- like that suffered by fibromyalgia patients-- who often experience severe muscle and joint pain.
Some techniques-- for example, IMAGERY-- are simple, quick, and free.
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((JUDY FULOP/WELLNESS CONSULTANT: ACTUALLY WHEN YOU LOOK AT A SUNSET YOU'RE USING SOME IMAGERY THERE. AND THEN WHEN YOU'RE HOME AT NIGHT OR IN A STRESSFUL SITUATION JUST SEE THE SUNSET AND THAT ACTUALLY HAS SOME HEALING EFFECTS. ))
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Wellness experts predict these techniques will become even more popular, as health care shifts to focus on prevention.
It's an age where Yoga replaces medicine as the new miracle drug-- without all the side effects.
Connie Stevens. News 7.))

Kings-Dominion


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=
TAPE#95-93
GRAPHIC=Theater Arts


Talent Scouts from Paramount's Kings Dominion rolled into Blacksburg today looking for a star.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Virginia Tech is just one of 26 stops along the way for the scouts trying to fill the roster of shows that will take place at the amusement park during the summer season.
Actors musicians and singers are all in demand.
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The search will travel from Blacksburg to Richmond then Harrisonburg, before finally heading out of state.

Sports Tease


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


Coming up tonight in sports, some injury news to talk about on the hardwoods.
Roy Stanley reports from this afternoon's ODAC women's basketball media day.
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And it was media day in Philadelphia as the Atlantic 10 conference welcomed the Hokies to town.
We'll hear from Bill Foster right after this.
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S-NL


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-23
GRAPHIC=MLB


The final post season honor of this week was dished out by the baseball writers of American about 20 minutes ago.
Tonight the honor up for grabs is the National League rookie of the year award.
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And sorry Braves' fans the winner is Los Angeles pitcher Hideo Nomo, who becomes the fourth straight Dodger to win the Rookie of the Year Award.
The Japanese-born Nomo, who joined the Dodgers this season after starring in the Japanese League, received 18 first place votes and 118 total points to edge Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones. Jones was named first on 10 ballots and finished with 104 points in ballots cast by the 28 members of baseball writers of america.
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S-Rodman


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-17
GRAPHIC=DENNIS RODMAN


Chicago Bulls forward Dennis Rodman says he will have to miss the next month of the NBA season because of an injury he suffered earlier this week.
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The NBA's Bad Boy says he has a bad calf muscle that he hurt on Tuesday night in the Bulls game with the Toronto Raptors.
He apparently suffered the injury while running in to the stands to track down a loose ball.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=USA BASKETBALL


And Dawn Staley, the former UVa all-american, who is a key member of the USA national team, will be out of action for two and half weeks because of knee surgery she had at today in Charlottesville.

S-Atlantic


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#tb96-1
GRAPHIC=ATLANTIC 10


The Atlantic Ten conference is celebrating its 20th season as league this year, and the conference is literally bigger and better than ever.
With the addition of five new schools, the A-10 now actually has 12 members.
Today the basketball coaches held a preseason media gathering in Philadelphia to talk about the upcoming season.
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S-ODAC


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-21
GRAPHIC=ODAC LOGO


If you listen to the coaches, there appears to be no clear cut number one team in the ODAC women's basketball preseason poll.
And as Roy Stanley reports the league may be that competitive as the teams prepare for their season openers.
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((Balance is the word the coaches are using to describe the competition in the ODAC this season.
But the coaches have picked defending ODAC champion Roanoke as the preseason favorite.
Under head coach Susan Dunnigan, The Lady Maroons have won 10-ODAC championships and appeared in six straight N-C-A-A tournaments.
Dunnigan's coaching talent may be tested this year. Roanoke has several veteran players to mix with a solid group of freshman.)) ((SUSAN DUNNIGAN/ROANOKE HEAD COACH: )) ((Randolph Macon, Guilford, Bridgewater and Virginia Wesleyan round out the top 5 and either of those teams could challenge the Lady Maroons for first place in the conference.)) ((CARROLL LAHAYE/RANDOLPH-MACON HEAD COACH: )) ((KAREN HARVEY/HOLLINS HEAD COACH: )) ((Harvey is the new head coach at Hollins this season. Roy Stanley news 7 sports.))
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB95-1
GRAPHIC=TECH FOOTBALL


This Saturday Virginia Tech will clinch at least a tie for the Big East crown if they can beat Temple in an away game that is being played at RFK stadium in D.C.
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SUPER=03-Washington, DC; :00


The Hokies are excited about the change of venue because the game will give a lot of Tech alumni a chance to see the team in action, and it will give the players an opportunity to showcase their talents in one of the most tradition rich NFL stadiums in the country.
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S-Woods


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#r-30
GRAPHIC=wood brothers


The Wood Brothers will be in the spotlight this weekend as the Winston Cup season comes to a close at Atlanta.
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As we told you Monday, the Wood Brothers number 21 Ford will have a new paint scheme for the race, as Citgo teams up with Hollywood to promote the new James Bond thriller Golden Eye.
This will also be the final race for Morgan Shepherd in the Wood Brothers car and he would like nothing better than to go out on top.
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((MORGAN SHEPHERD/ ))
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