Up next on News 7 at eleven-
Two brothers are wanted for the shooting death of a Henry County man.
A woman is killed when her car slams into a loaded school bus.
Plus so long to food scented crayons. We'll tell you what new scents
are coming out.
News 7 is next.
It was just last month that a 25 year old man was shot to death in Henry
Tonight two brothers are facing charges in the shooting.
Authorities are looking for 24 year old Michael Delloyd Ward and 18 year
old Harden Anthony Ward- They're both from Maryland.
Crayola is getting rid of chocolate, orange and banana; and adding
lumber, smoke and shampoo.
It's discontinuing crayons that smell like food.
Some parents say they encouraged children to put them in their mouths.
Join us for News 7 at eleven.
Two brothers face murder charges in a shooting last month in Henry County -
Tonight the two are still at large.
Twenty- five- year old Orbin Smith, Junior was shot to death, following an
armed robbery in his home October 22nd.
The Henry County Sheriff's Department is looking for 24- year-old Michael
Delloyd Ward and 18- year- old Harden Anthony Ward-- both from Prince George
In addition to the alleged murder and armed robbery of Orbin Smith-- the
pair is also suspected in another armed robbery at a Henry County apartment
While police believe the Ward's are in the D-C Metro area or back home in
Maryland-- they're still asking for the public's help finding them.
IN Q=And we'd like to urge
((SGT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: AND WE'D LIKE TO URGE ANYBODY
WHO MIGHT BE A FRIEND TO THESE TWO GENTLEMEN LOCALLY-- IF YOU'RE CONCERNED
ABOUT THEIR SAFETY AND WELL- BEING. IF YOU WILL WORK WITH US, WE'LL DO
ANYTHING WE CAN IN OUR POWER TO WORK WITH YOU TO TRY TO GET THESE YOUNG MEN
ARRESTED WITHOUT INCIDENT. ))
SUPER=01-Sgt. Kimmy Nester/Henry Co. Sheriff's Dept.;
OUT Q=without incident
Michael and Harden Ward are each charged with second degree murder.
Smith's murder was the first of four recent killings in Henry County.
Two people died in separate car accidents in Campbell County this afternoon.
Around 3:15, the driver of this minivan lost control of the vehicle on Route
24 and slid into a schoolbus.
State police say 33- year- old Laura Glass Barringer apparently had braked
for the bus's red lights when she veered into the other lane.
Barringer was pronounced dead on arrival at Lynchburg General Hospital.
The 45 students on the bus were not injured.
IN Q=If they were
((CAPT. HOWARD GREGORY/VA STATE POLICE: IF THEY WERE, THEY WERE VERY MINOR,
NONE OF THE CHILDREN ON THE BUS WERE TRANSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL. THEY WERE ALL
EXAMINED HERE AT THE SCENE AND RELEASED TO THEIR PARENTS OR HAD TRANSPORTATION
PROVIDED HOME, NONE OF THEM WERE TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL.))
SUPER=01-Capt. Howard Gregory/VA State Police; :00
OUT Q=were taken to the hospital.
About an hour later, state police were called to the scene of another fatal
This one happened just before 5 on Leesville Road north of Evington.
58 year old Jessie Crawford was driving this pickup truck when it ran off
the road and turned over in a ditch.
Crawford was from Abingdon.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The elderly Martinsville woman who fatally shot an intruder in her home
Saturday was apparently beaten before the shooting.
82- year- old Elva Holsclaw died Monday morning.
Now the medical examiner says her death was murder.
Police say the intruder, 30- year old Scotty Thompson was FOUND outside the
house on Perdue Street.
Holsclaw was inside- -lying on the kitchen floor- -with multiple injuries.
IN Q=She had a broken
((SCOTT WITHEROW/MARTINSVILLE POLICE INVESTIGATOR: SHE HAD A BROKEN HIP, RIB
AND INTERNAL INJURIES, AND CONTUSIONS TO BOTH ARMS.))
SUPER=01-Scott Witherow/Martinsville Police Investigator;
OUT Q=to both arms
Dr. William Massello says Holsclaw died of abdominal and chest injuries. He
believes she may have been KICKED in the chest and stomach.
POLICE say Thompson used a crow bar to break into Holsclaw's house. They're
trying to determine if he was acting alone.
Day one of the Government Shutdown is over and still no sign of an
The White House Chief of Staff met with lawmakers today-
But there was no compromise.
The only thing the President and Republican leaders seem to agree on-
this isn't going to be settled anytime soon.
((IT IS MY SOLEMN RESPONSIBILITY TO STAND AGAINST A BUDGET PLAN THAT IS BAD FOR
AMERICA AND TO STAND UP FOR A BALANCED BUDGET PLAN THAT IS GOOD FOR AMERICA AND
THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT I INTEND TO DO.))
((SENATOR BOB DOLE/(R) MAJORITY LEADER: OUR MESSAGE IS A BALANCED BUDGET BY THE
YEAR 2002 AND HE KNOWS THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WANT A BALANCED BUDGET AND MY VIEW
IS WE'RE ON THAT TRACK.))
SUPER=01-Sen. Robert Dole/(R) Majority Leader;
OUT Q=we're on that track."
Some 800 thousand Federal workers are off the job indefinitely- They were
sent home today.
SUPER=03-New York City;
National Parks and monuments are also closed including the Statue of
Liberty- and the ferry that takes tourists over.
((THERE'S NO MORE BOATS TODAY. WE'RE ALL FINISHED FOR THE DAY. WE'RE SHUT DONE.
SO WE'RE DONE.))
OUT Q= SO WE'RE DONE."
Here in Southwest Virginia, most federal employees were told to stay home.
That includes workers at Social Security, Veterans Affairs, and the I-R-S.
Veterans might also run into some problems.
And as Scott Prince reports, many others are also suffering indirectly.
IN Q=For Jodie Davis
SUPER=01-Jodie Davis/Poff Building Cafeteria;:11
SUPER=01-Jim May/Veterans Affairs;:28
SUPER=01-Fred Ayscue/Social Security Ad.;:37
SUPER=01-Jemma MacPhail/Federal Worker;:47
OUT Q=Prince News 7
(( For Jodie Davis, today was hardly business as usual.
He runs the Poff Building Cafeteria.
But without Federal workers, he'll be running into the red.
IN Q=It's scary
((JODIE DAVIS/POFF BUILDING CAFETERIA: IT'S SCARY, VERY SCARY SCOTT. THE
GOVERNMENT IS MOST OF OUR BUSINESS. THREE QUARTERS OF OUR BUSINESS IS
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. IT'S VERY SCARY. ))
OUT Q=very scary
The problem-- almost all of the Federal workers in the Poff Building have
been furloughed, and the various agencies are functioning on skeleton staffs.
IN Q=I have just
((JIM MAY/VETERANS AFFAIRS: I HAVE JUST ESSENTIAL PEOPLE HERE IN CASE OF AN
EMERGENCY SUCH AS A DEATH OF A VETERAN THAT NEEDS BURIAL. ))
((FRED AYSCUE: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR: WE'LL TAKE CARE OF EMERGENCIES,
BUT SINCE I'LL ONLY HAVE 4 PEOPLE HERE, THERE WILL BE A VERY LIMITED AMOUNT OFF
WORK WE CAN DO. ))
OUT Q=we can do
Most furloughed workers are simply fed up with the situation.
IN Q=Little boys
((JEMMA MACPHAIL/LITTLE BOYS NEED TO BE PADDLED UNTIL THEY CAN GET THEIR JOB
OUT Q=job done
For MacPhail and her co- workers, the shutdown has a direct impact on their
But there are plenty of other people like Jodie Davis who need them to get
back to work.
Veterans especially want the workers back.
Unless an agreement is made in the next few days, their checks could be held
Scott Prince, News 7.
A controversial sports complex for the city of Lynchburg drew hundreds of
people to a public hearing tonight.
A large crowd of interested citizens filled the E.C. Glass High school
auditorium to hear more about the proposal.
The city wants to spend fourteen million dollars constructing a new minor
league ballpark and dozens of soccer and baseball fields in the Sandusky area
Proponents say the city is way behind in recreational facilities for its
SUPER=01-Barry Snodgrass/Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce; :00
OUT Q=courts to play on.
But residents who live next to the site say they don't want the noise,
traffic and lights a recreational complex would bring to their neighborhood.
SUPER=01-Tom Leebrick/Attorney for Concerned Citizens; :00
OUT Q=like in the movie.
The public hearing is still going on at this hour.
Council could make a decision tonight or table the matter for further
HARD MUSIC UNDER
Still to come on the broadcast, Southside farmers say they have no
alternatives to planting tobacco,
and a former Salem Councilman pleads guilty today to grand larceny.
SUPER=#C-380; Weather Roll
A man suspected of five murders in five states is now in a Kentucky jail-
held without bail.
Glen Rogers attorney says his client doesn't want to talk with police.
((VOICE OF ERNIE LEWIS/ROGERS' ATTORNEY: WE WANT TO MAKE CLEAR THAT HE IS
INVOKING HIS RIGHT NOW TO COUNSEL AND TO REMAIN SILENT. HE DOES NOT WISH TO
SPEAK WITH ANY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER FROM ANY OTHER JURISDICTION OR FROM THIS
SUPER=02-Ernie Lewis/Roger's Attorney;
OUT Q= FROM THIS JURISDICTION."
SUPER=03-Madison Co, KY/Yesterday;
Rogers was picked up yesterday after a high speed chase.
He's wanted for the murders of four women in California, Florida,
Louisiana and Mississippi, and the killing of a Kentucky man.
But, Rogers mother says her son is not a killer.
((EDNA ROGERS/SUSPECT'S MOTHER: HE'S NOT, HE'S NOT. I THINK THEY'RE, JUST
THEY'VE GOT A PATSY AND THEY'RE GOING
WITH IT. ))
SUPER=01-Edna Rogers/Suspect's Mother;
OUT Q=they're going with it."
Police also say Rogers could be linked to at least four more killings in
California and Kentucky.
Lynchburg Police are still searching for two men who robbed a downtown bank
Just before ten, two men wearing red bandannas across their faces walked
into the First Virginia bank on Main Street.
They got away with an undisclosed amount of cash after one indicated he was
carrying a weapon.
IN Q=One of them
((CMDR. EARL BURNETTE/LYNCHBURG POLICE: ONE OF THEM, I THINK, UNZIPPED HIS
JACKET A LITTLE BIT AND KIND OF STUCK HIS HAND IN HIS JACKET, INDICATING HE
MIGHT BE REACHING FOR A HANDGUN.))
SUPER=01-Cmdr. Earl Burnette/Lynchburg Police; :00
OUT Q=reaching for a handgun.
The first suspect is a light- skinned black male, about five-feet seven,
with a medium build.
He was wearing blue jeans, a gray hooded jacket, and a red bandana.
The other suspect is also a light- skinned black male, about six feet tall.
He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a white long-sleeve t-shirt with red
lettering, a baseball hat and a red bandana.
Anyone with information about the crime should contact the Lynchburg police
or the F-B-I.
Earlier this year, Garry Lautenschlager (LOWT-uhn-SHLAY-guhr) asked his
neighbors for forgiveness after admitting he took thousands of dollars from the
Salem Rescue Squad.
Today, he plead guilty to grand larceny.
Investigators totalled the stolen funds at more than 24- thousand dollars.
Though there is still some question about the exact total, Lautenschlager
has made restitution.
And his attorney hopes the judge will consider his client's service to the
IN Q=He is still very
((JACK GREGORY/LAUTENSCHLAGER'S ATTORNEY: HE IS STILL VERY HIGHLY THOUGHT OF IN
THIS COMMUNITY AND WE HOPE TO BE ABLE TO SHOW THE COURT THAT 20 YEARS OF
COMMUNITY SERVICE WELL BEYOND WHAT ANYONE EXPECTS A PERSON TO GIVE IS WORTHY OF
SOME CONSIDERATION AND HOPEFULLY HE WILL.))
SUPER=01-Jack Gregory/Lautenschlager's Attorney;
OUT Q=deserves to hear about.
Lautenschlager will be sentenced in mid- January.
The Goode Rescue Squad will soon be up and running and responding to
The Bedford County Supervisors tonight approved the formation of the new
After obtaining some needed tactical communications equipment-- the Goode
squad say it'll be ready to start serving its territory between Bedford and
Campbell Counties by December first.
IN Q=Of course, we're
((ROBERT BALLAGH/GOODE RESCUE SQUAD: OF COURSE, WE'RE ALL VERY HAPPY. IT'S A
MILESTONE THAT KIND OF MARKS TWO YEARS OF WORK IN PREPARATION TO COMING TO THIS
SUPER=01-Robert Ballagh/Goode Rescue Squad;
OUT Q=to this point
Meanwhile, the supervisors' approval came as no surprise to the Bedford
county rescue squad.
IN Q=It resolved the issue
((JOHN BARRETT/BEDFORD LIFESAVING CREW: IT RESOLVED THE ISSUE. THE COUNTY--
THE SUPERVISORS MADE THE DECISION TO ACCEPT THE RESPONSIBILITY AND THE
LIABILITY FOR A CHANGE IN SERVICE FOR THE AREA-- WHETHER IT BE FOR THE GOOD,
FOR THE BAD. ))
SUPER=01-John Barrett/Bedford Lifesaving Crew;
OUT Q=for the bad
Barrett says the Goode squad will at first rely on mutual aid from other
But he says he doesn't expect the Bedford County squad to lose donations
or equipment as a result of the new squad.
GRAPHIC=Tobacco Under Fire
Tobacco is Virginia's leading cash crop and nowhere are the profits more
evident than in Southside.
However, with the golden leaf under attack, some critics say it's time for
tobacco farmers to search for another crop.
In part two of our special series, "Tobacco-- Under Fire", Teresa Hamilton
explains why farmers say they have been UNable to find a crop that even
IN Q=I don't mean
SUPER=01-Larry McPeters/Halifax Co. Extension Agent; :00
SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co.; :33
SUPER=01-Donnie Moore/Tobacco Farmer; :47 quick!!
SUPER=01-Eddie Robertson/Tobacco Farmer; 1:08 quick!!
SUPER=03-Henry Co.; 1:17
SUPER=01-Dan Robertson/Tobacco Farmer;
OUT Q=Hamilton, News 7.
((LARRY MCPETERS/HALIFAX CO. EXTENSION AGENT: I DON'T MEAN TO PAINT A VERY
BLEAK PICTURE, I MEAN TO PAINT A VERY REALISTIC ONE.
With it's small rolling fields and four seasons, Larry McPeters says
Southside is simply NOT conducive to other cash crops, like peanuts and cotton.
tape one: 11:06:53
IN Q=I have
((LARRY MCPETERS/HALIFAX CO. EXTENSION AGENT: I HAVE SEEN MANY MANY FARMERS IN
THE LAST 25-YEARS I'VE BEEN IN HALIFAX COUNTY AS AN EXTENSION AGENT TRY
ALTERNATIVE THINGS-- BOTH LIVESTOCK, CROPS, FORESTRY AND A LOT OF DIFFERENT
THINGS BUT NOTHING COMES CLOSE TO THE PROFITS WE HAVE WITH FLUE CURED
OUT Q=flue cured tobacco.
Donnie Moore is one of those farmers who's looked at other crops.
In the early 80's, he tried his hand at growing broccoli.
But because vegetables are perishable, there needs to be a high population
IN Q=We saw
((DONNIE MOORE/TOBACCO FARMER: WE SAW FOR OURSELVES THAT AT BEST IT WOULD BE A
GOOD SUPPLEMENT. ))
OUT Q=good supplement.
Another reason vegetable crops don't pull a large profit is that they're
NOT federally regulated.
With tobacco, controls are in place that keep a check on supply and demand,
which helps ensure a profit.
IN Q=We've tried
((EDDIE ROBERTSON/TOBACCO FARMER: WE'VE TRIED CABBAGE, BROCCOLI, LIKE HE SAID,
CUCUMBERS, EVEN DOWN TO WATERMELONS AND CANTALOUPES, NOTHING CAN COMPARE. ))
OUT Q=can compare.
The Robertson family has even tried raising cattle, 200- head to be exact.
But even cattle hasn't always been profitable.
nat sound of cattle
Between last year and this year, the family has taken a hit on beef prices.
If it weren't for their 100- acre tobacco farm, they probably wouldn't be
able to make it.
Eddies's 73- year old Uncle has raised the golden leaf all his life, and
today owns his own tobacco warehouse.
tape 3= 2:55:40
IN Q=You can't
((DAN ROBERTSON/TOBACCO FARMER: YOU CAN'T MAKE YOUR EXPENSES AND MAKE A LIVING
OUT OF NO PRODUCT THATS GROWN OUT OF THE GROUND FOR THE AVERAGE FARMER EXCEPT
OUT Q=except tobacco.
Another reason it would be so difficult for farmers to turn to another crop
is that many have already invested in the expensive machinery and resources
necessary to raise tobacco.
For older farmers trying to start over, it would be almost impossible.
Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))
SOFT MUSIC UNDER
Coming up a little later in our broadcast,
another change is in the works for crayons as parents try to get their children
to quit eating their GREENS.
It appears Princess Diana will tell all on British T-V.
The BBC says Diana will talk about her life, her broken marriage and her
hopes for the future in a broadcast next Monday.
It will be Diana's first solo, on-the-record interview-
It could be HER response to Charles' interview more than a year ago, when
he admitted to being unfaithful.
The news comes at an awkward time -- today is Prince Charles'
Neither he nor Buckingham Palace commented on the
The Roanoke Express was on the road tonight in Raleigh at Dorton Arena
looking to pick victory number nine against the last place Icecaps.
But Roanoke loses tonight 5-to-2.
Matt DelGuisice gets the loss in net, but Daniel Berthiaume did play the third
period and he only gave up one goal.
The rest of tonight's sports is straight ahead after we check tonight's
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Sports chyron motion
IN Q=first score
OUT Q=...last board.
take a break
The Region 3 girls basketball tournament took center stage tonight over in
Vinton with two quarterfinal matchups.
SUPER=03-Vinton/Lady Cavs vs. Lady Bees;
Traci Robey and her Brookville Bees were hoping to sting Lord Botetourt in
But they would have trouble containing the Cavs' leading scorer Sara Hicks.
Hicks scores in the post off the feed from Sara Moore.
Brookville hung tough, though. Kristie Fisher comes to the jump stop and
knocks down the jumper in traffic.
But Botetourt was too much. Hicks finds Amy Byrd underneath for the easy
bucket and Botetourt advances to the semifinals against Martinsville with a
SUPER=04-Lady Cavs vs. Minettes;
In the nightcap, Liberty was looking to avoid a Cavalier sweep of the
Seminole District against Fieldale-Collinsville.
Kelli Whorley knocks down 1 of her 3 first quarter treys to give the
Minettes the early lead.
But F-C's defense gets going. Off the turnover, Jennifer Floyd finds Yvonne
Hall who goes to the bucket and scores to keep the Cavs close.
Liberty took advantage of several second shot opportunities. Watch
Felicia Miller get the offensive board and the bucket. FC goes on to win it
53 to 43, and will face William Byrd in Thursday's semifinals.
Washington and Lee senior Robert Hull is this year's Old Dominion Athletic
conference football player of the year.
The Lexington native closed out an outstanding career in his hometown last
He finished his career with 31 sacks.
This season he also recorded 94 tackles from his defensive end spot.
He had a conference leading 14 quarterback sacks this season.
Emory & Henry's Lou Wacker was voted coach of the year for the fourth time.
His wasps dominated the All-Odac squads with nine players on the first team.
The women's preseason top 25 poll was released Tuesday afternoon and the
University of Virginia women are ranked number 3 in the nation.
Debbie Ryan's team is behind only Georgia and defending national champ
U-Conn in the poll.
And last night Ryan's star Wendy Palmer was named a first team preseason
all-american by the Associated Press.
Last year's ACC player of the year is joined on the on the first team by two
members of number one Connecticut.
Palmer is a 6 foot 2 inch senior from Timberlake, North Carolina.
The men's preseason all=american team is headed by Wake Forest junior Tim
Massachusetts' Marcus Camby who will showcase his talents in Cassell Coliseum
on February 17th represents the Atlantic Ten on the team.
Tonight the baseball writers of America have named Randy Johnson the winner
of this year's Cy Young award in the American league.
The 6 foot 10 inch veteran southpaw led the major leagues with 294 strikeouts
while compiling an 18-and-2 record with a two-point-48 earned run
He also led the Mariners into the playoffs, past the Yankees and into the
American league championship series.
Tonight marks the 25th anniversary of the day most people in the Ferrum
college athletic department would just as soon forget, but will always
On this date 20 years ago a DC-9 jet
liner crashed into a hillside just short of Tri-State airport.
The plane was carrying 43 Marshall football players, 32 administrators and
No one survived the fiery crash, including seven former Ferrum player who had
graduated from the then Junior College and gone onto Marshall.
The players and coach Rick Tolley, all members of Ferrum's 1968 national
championship were posthumously inducted into the school's hall of fame in 1994
150 people attended a service to honor The 75 people who perished in that
accident will be held tonight on the Marshall campus.
Virginia Tech got its first shot at talking up this weekend's showdown
with UVa at the Hokies weekly news conference yesterday.
But Steve Mason says like the Cavaliers, the Hokies refuse to disrespect
IN Q=first audio
SUPER=01-Jason Augustino/UVa Offensive Tackle; :00
SUPER=01-J.C. Price/Virginia Tech Defensive Tackle; :08
SUPER=03-Washington, DC/This Past Saturday; :20
SUPER=03-College Park, MD/Cavaliers vs. Terps; :27
SUPER=01-Bryan Still/69 Receptions & 1,333 Career Yards; :33
SUPER=01-Brandon Semones/80 Tackles for Tech This Year; :40(QUICK)
SUPER=01-George DelRicco/123 Tackles for Tech This Year; 1:10
SUPER=01-Eddie Ferrell/Virginia Tech Head Trainer; 1:28(QUICK)
OUT Q=..News 7 Sports"
((JASON AUGUSTINO/UVA OFFENSIVE TACKLE: WHEN I SAW IT COME UP IN THE PAPER
THAT THEY HAVE THE BEST "D LINE" IN THE COUNTRY, THAT'S A BIG MOTIVATION FACTOR
FOR US TO SEE IF WE CAN GO OUT AND BLOCK THE BEST DEFENSIVE LINE IN THE
J.C. PRICE/VA TECH DEFENSIVE TACKLE: FOR US TO SAY THAT WE'RE THE BEST IN
THE NATION, I DON'T THINK THAT WE'RE READY TO SAY THAT BEING NUMBER ONE IN THE
NATION WE HAVE TO SHUT DOWN UVA, AND IF WE DON'T DO THAT THEN WE'RE DEATH ROW
THIS, DEATH ROW THAT.
Augustino and Price sure look a lot alike, but each had a different story
when it comes to who said what. The Hokies aren't saying much about Virginia,
and when they do speak up, it's with great respect for their in state rival.
BRYAN STILL/69 RECEPTIONS & 1,333 CAREER YARDS: WE ALWAYS LIKE TO PLAY
AGAINST THE BEST, BECAUSE I THINK THAT IT BRINGS OUT THE BEST IN MYSELF. I'M
JUST LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING A GOOD GAME AND PLAYING WELL.
BRANDON SEMONES/80 TACKLES FOR TECH THIS YEAR: WE'RE THE BIG EAST
CHAMPIONS AND THEY'RE THE ACC CHAMPIONS, AND NOW WE JUST HAVE TO BE THE
The Cavs forces 8 turnovers against Tech last year, and they are sure to
test the Hokies passing attack again.
THAT'S A GOOD PHILOSOPHY FOR THEM BECAUSE IF THEY CAN STOP OUR RUN THEN I
THINK DRUNK CAN STEP UP TO THE CHALLENGE AND WE'LL SEE WHOSE THE BETTER TEAM.
The posters outside Tech's locker room indicates what the Hokies defense
is thinking about stopping the pass and slowing down Tiki Barber are at the top
of the list.
GEORGE DEL RICCO/123 TACKLES FOR TECH THIS YEAR: THEY GOT TIKI BARBER AND
GROH, HE'S HAVING AN OUTSTANDING YEAR HE'S MAKING GREAT DECISIONS, AND HIS
RECORD IS GREAT.
Tech's injury report only has a few names on it, but one stands out.
Senior starting tailback Dwayne Thomas has a bruised hip, and is questionable
EDDIE FERRELL/VA TACK HEAD TRAINER: THE FIRST PLAY OF THE GAME HE GOT
KNOCKED OUT OF BOUNDS ON THE KICKOFF RETURN, GOT HIT RIGHT ON HIS HIP, ON HIS
BUTTOX, AND GOT A REAL SEVERE BRUISE.
If Thomas does play he will most likely see limited action and Beamer said
count on Marcus Parker moving up to handle both duties at both tailback and
fullback to help out Ken Oxendine. Steve Mason, News 7 Sports.
Still to come on this Tuesday night we'll head up to Blacksburg
And check in with the Virginia Tech Hokies who are staying away from the
Trash talk this week as they get ready for Saturday Top 25 showdown.
Crayola is changing its scented crayons after consumers raised a stink.
The company is taking consumers complaints to heart as it unveils thirteen
new scents for it's magic scent crayons.
The company is discontinuing the crayons that smelled like food.
That included chocolate, Licorice, Orange and banana.
Parents were concerned the food scent would encourage children to put them
in their mouths.
IN Q=when we learned
SUPER=01-Sandy Horner/Crayola Spokeswoman
OUT Q=a new car lately
Other new scents include Soap, lumber, smoke, shampoo, cedar chest and