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Headlines

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A partial federal government shutdown heads into a second day.
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And Henry County authorities are on the lookkout for two murder suspects. wx-head
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Schoolwatch


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We have school announcements, because of the remaining snow and ice in some areas.
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Henry-Murder


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Two brothers face murder charges in a shooting last month in Henry County - this morning 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.
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The Henry County Sheriff's Department is looking for 24- year-old Michael Ward and 18- year- old Harden Ward-- both from Prince George County, Maryland.
In addition to the alleged murder and armed robbery of Smith-- the pair is also suspected in another armed robbery at a Henry County apartment house.
While police believe the Wards are in the D-C Metro area or back home in Maryland-- they're still asking for the public's help finding them.
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SOT 17:02:23
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.;
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Michael and Harden Ward each face charges of second degree murder.
Smith's murder was the first of four recent killings in Henry County.

Fatals


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Two people died in SEPARATE car accidents in Campbell County yesterday afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Campbell Co./Yesterday;


At about 3:15, the driver of a mini- van lost control of the vehicle on Route 24, and slid into a schoolbus.
State police say 33- year- old Laura Glass Barringer apparently 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.
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SOT 16:21:58
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
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OUT Q=were taken to the hospital.
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About an hour later, state police were called to the scene of another FATAL crash.
This one happened on Leesville Road north of Evington.
58- year- old Jessie Crawford was driving a 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.
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Budget


ANCHOR=Melanie
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The budget standoff continues between the White House and Republican lawmakers, forcing hundreds of thousands of federal workers to take another day off.
After a day of fruitless negotiations, White House
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;

Chief of Staff Leon Panetta warns the partial shutdown could stretch past Friday.
President Clinton accuses Congressional Republicans of placing ideology before common sense and values.
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SOT 16:45:57
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((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.)) 16:46:27 ((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;
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VO-NAT


Some 800 thousand government workers were sent home yesterday.
SUPER=03-New York City;


National Parks and monuments were also closed including the Statue of Liberty.
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Sports-Complex


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A controversial sports complex has been given the go- ahead in Lynchburg, to the delight of the city's baseball and soccer enthusiasts.
But some residents say this "field of dreams" is their worst nightmare.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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SUPER=01-Norman Kinnier/Lynchburg United Soccer; :23
SUPER=01-Tom Leebrick/Sandusky Residents' Attorney; :42
SUPER=01-Gary Case/Developer; :56
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SUPER=01-Jim Whitaker/Lynchburg Mayor; 1:20
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(( It took a marathon meeting of Lynchburg City Council, but a proposed 15- million dollar sports complex is now one step closer to reality.
The city's newly- formed Sports Authority wants to build a new minor league baseball stadium and twenty soccer and Little League fields on this 170- acre plot of land in the Sandusky neighborhood.
Supporters say the project is long overdue.
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IN Q=Bottom line is

((NORMAN KINNIER/LYNCHBURG UNITED SOCCER: BOTTOM LINE IS THERE ARE NO FIELDS AVAILABLE, THE CURRENT FIELDS THAT ARE AVAILABLE AT THE VARIOUS SCHOOL SITES AND THE PARKS AND RECREATION SITES ARE UNSUITABLE FOR EXPANSION.))
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But Sandusky residents are worried about the traffic, noise and light pollution the sports complex might create.
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((TOM LEEBRICK/CONCERNED CITIZENS OF LYNCHBURG ATTORNEY: MY CLIENTS HAVE BEEN LABELED NIMBY'S, NOT IN MY BACK YARD. YET TWENTY LIGHTED FIELDS PLUS CITY STADIUM, PLUS A NEW STADIUM ARE PROPOSED.))
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IN Q=We sincerely

((GARY CASE/DEVELOPER: WE SINCERELY BELIEVE THAT THE PROJECT BEFORE YOU TONIGHT REPRESENTS EXCELLENT PLANNING AND IS VERY FEASIBLE. HOWEVER, WE ARE THE FIRST TO ADMIT THAT THERE IS ADDITIONAL FINETUNING THAT WE NEED TO DO AND WE'RE PREPARED TO DO IT.))
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The finetuning would take another four hours.
Finally, at 1:30 a.m., after most of the crowd had left, council approved the project by a 5-1 vote, Mayor Jim Whitaker, a Sandusky resident, was the lone holdout.
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SOT 1:38:03
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((JIM WHITAKER/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: IT'S NOT JUST BECAUSE I LIVE IN THAT NEIGHBORHOOD, I'M CONCERNED ABOUT EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD IN LYNCHBURG.))
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Opponents aren't sure whether they'll continue to fight the project.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

1-Sports


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Now Mike Stevens takes a look at sports and tells us about the new ODAC player of the year.
Good morning Mike.
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One-Larry


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(Live Interview)



SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
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SUPER=13-Shannon Underwood/Store Manager;



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Bank-Robbery


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Lynchburg Police are still searching for a couple of men who robbed a downtown bank yesterday.
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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.
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SOT 15:32:07
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((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
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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.
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Lautenschlager


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Earlier this year, Garry Lautenschlager (LOWT-uhn-SHLAY-guhr) admitted he took thousands of dollars from the Salem Rescue Squad.
Yesterday, he plead guilty to grand larceny.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Yesterday;


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 community.
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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;
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Lautenschlager will be sentenced in mid- January.

Whitted


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A man convicted of attempted rape said he FORGOT to come to Danville Circuit Court for his sentencing.
Seventeen years later, Oddie Whitted finally got what was coming to him.
Yesterday, he was sentenced to THREE years in prison for attempted rape, and ONE year for the use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
Court officials realized Whitted had NOT been sentenced three years ago when he was convicted on drug charges in North Carolina.

Bedford-Supervisors


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The Goode Rescue Squad will soon be up and running and responding to emergency calls.
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SUPER=03-Bedford/Last Night;


The Bedford County Supervisors last night approved the formation of the new rescue squad.
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.
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((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 POINT. ))
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Meanwhile, the supervisors' approval came as no surprise to the Bedford county rescue squad.
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((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;
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Barrett says the Goode squad will at first rely on mutual aid from other crews.
But he says he doesn't expect the Bedford County squad to lose donations or equipment as a result of the new squad.

2-scores


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In the N-B-A -- Stacey Augmon's late-game heroics led Atlanta past Charlotte.
Augmon scored five of his 20 points in the final one-25.
For that score and others, let's go to the scoreboards.
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SUPER=96-Seattle/115/Philadelphia/107//Atlanta/111/Charlotte/104;
SUPER=96-Orlando/=94/Chicago/=88//Milwaukee/=98/San Antonio/=84;
SUPER=96-Portland/105/New York/=99//LA Clippers/118/Golden State/106;
SUPER=96-LA Lakers/106/Sacramento/100;



Two-Larry


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SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
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(Roll cue:) We've found the ultimate stop for any sports fan.
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SUPER=13-Dave Beeler/Sports Fan Manager; :35
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2HEADLines


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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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The gridlock goes on in Washington.
A partial federal government shutdown is heading into a second day.
The Clinton Administration and Republicans failed again to reach an agreement that would keep the government running.
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VO-NAT
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A manhunt is on for two brothers wanted for murder and armed robbery in Henry County.
Michael and Harden Ward, both from Maryland, allegedly killed a man last month while robbing his home.
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VO-NAT
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A man suspected of five murders in five states is being held in a Kentucky jail, as law enforcement agencies around the country decide who gets first crack at prosecuting him.
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And that's what's making news on this Wednesday, November 15th.
ANCHOR=Beth


News 7 Mornin will be right back.

Schoolwatch


ANCHOR=Melanie
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We have school announcements, because of the remaining snow and ice in some areas.
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shutdown


ANCHOR=Melanie
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Hundreds of thousands of government employees will spend another day off the job as the budget battle continues between the White House and Republican lawmakers.
After a day of fruitless negotiations, White House
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;

Chief of Staff Leon Panetta warns the partial shutdown could stretch past Friday.
President Clinton accuses Congressional Republicans of placing ideology before common sense and values.
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((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;
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OUT Q=we're on that track."
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VO-NAT


Some 800 thousand Federal workers were sent home yesterday.
SUPER=03-New York City;


National Parks and monuments were also closed including the Statue of Liberty.
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In our area, most federal employees were told to stay home.
That includes workers at Social Security, Veterans Affairs, and the I-R-S.

Federal-Budget


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Veterans might also run into some problems.
And as Scott Prince reports, many others are suffering indirectly.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;:00
SUPER=01-Jodie Davis/Poff Building Cafeteria;:11
SUPER=01-Jim May/Veterans Affairs;:28
SUPER=01-Fred Ayscue/Social Security Admin.; :37
SUPER=01-Jemma MacPhail/Federal Worker;:47
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(( 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.
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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. ))
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The problem-- almost all of the Federal workers in the Poff Building have been furloughed, and the various agencies are functioning on skeleton staffs.
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((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. ))
SOT 01:25:27

((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. ))
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Most furloughed workers are simply fed up with the situation.
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IN Q=Little boys

((JEMMA MACPHAIL/LITTLE BOYS NEED TO BE PADDLED UNTIL THEY CAN GET THEIR JOB DONE.))
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OUT Q=job done


For MacPhail and her co- workers, the shutdown has a direct impact on their lives.
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 up.
Scott Prince, News 7.))

Murder


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Two brothers wanted for murder in Henry County are STILL at large.
Twenty- five- year old Orbin Smith, Junior was shot to death, following an armed robbery in his home last month.
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The Henry County Sheriff's Department is looking for 24- year-old Michael Ward and 18- year- old Harden Ward.
Both are from Prince George County, Maryland.
In addition to Smith's murder, the two are wanted in connection with an armed robbery at a Henry County apartment house.
Investigators say the two targeted homes they believed were involved in drug activity.
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IN Q=They had apparently

((SGT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: THEY HAD APPARENTLY BEEN LOOKING, OUR INVESTIGATION HAVE REVEALED, FOR PLACES-- A PLACE THAT THEY MIGHT ROB THAT WOULD NOT REPORT IT TO LAW ENFORCEMENT IF A ROBBERY DID OCCUR. ))
SUPER=01-Sgt. Kimmy Nester/Henry Co. Sheriff's Dept.;
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Police believe the Wards are in the D-C Metro area, or back home in Maryland.

Serial-Killer


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In another murder case -- the man accused of being a cross-country serial killer is refusing to talk.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond, KY/Yesterday;


In a Kentucky courtroom yesterday, Glen Rogers invoked his right to remain silent and did not enter a plea during his arraignment.
He is wanted for questioning in at least five murders nationwide.
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Railing-collapse


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Authorities in Lincoln, Nebraska are trying to find out what a caused Monday's accident at a high school football field.
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SUPER=03-Lincoln, NE/Monday;


Four people were injured during a playoff game.
Fans in the visitors section of the bleachers were standing and cheering when the front railing collapsed.
People spilled to the ground, falling five to seven feet.
Ambulances rushed to the field taking four teens to the hospital.
The most serious suffering a fractured arm and ankle.
Despite the accident the game continued.
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Atlantis


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And it's mission accomplished for the space shuttle Atlantis.
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VO-NAT


It successfully docked with the Russian space station "Mir" this morning.
The risky docking maneuver took place 245 miles above earth.
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3-Sports


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Virginia Tech and U-V-A both have a mission this weekend -- To beat each other in what's become a classic football rivalry.
Mike Stevens has the details in sports. Good morning Mike.
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Birthdays
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Three-Larry


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(Live Interview)



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



SUPER=13-Shannon Underwood/Store Manager;



SUPER=11-Roanoke;



(Toss to bump)


Ward


ANCHOR=Beth
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Two brothers wanted for murder in Henry County are STILL at large.
Police believe they have left the area, but need the public's help locating them.
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VO-NAT


The Henry County Sheriff's Department is looking for 24- year-old Michael Ward and 18- year- old Harden Ward.
Both are from Prince George County, Maryland and are suspects in the shooting death of 25- year- old Orbin Smith, Junior.
The two are also wanted in connection with an armed robbery at a Henry County apartment house.
Investigators say the they targeted homes they believed were involved in drug activity, so the robbery might not be reported.
Police hesitate to call a recent rash of murders in the county a crime wave-- saying a similar trend has happened before.
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SOT 17:06:54
IN Q=We're just as well

((SGT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: WE'RE JUST AS WELL-- WE MAY GO NOW FOR MONTHS AND NOT HAVE ANOTHER HOMICIDE, BUT THEN WE COULD HAVE ANOTHER ONE TONIGHT. WE'VE HAD SPELLS LIKE THIS IN THE PAST, AND WE DON'T LOOK FORWARD TO THEM. BUT IT CERTAINLY HAS BEEN DIFFICULT AND DISTURBING. ))
SUPER=01-Sgt. Kimmy Nester/Henry Co. Sheriff's Dept.;
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OUT Q=difficult and disturbing
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Police believe the Wards are in the D-C Metro area, or back home in Maryland.
The brothers face charges of second degree murder.
Smith's murder was the FIRST of FOUR recent killings in Henry County.

Holsclaw


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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.
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VO-NAT


Police say the intruder, 30- year old Scotty Thompson was FOUND outside the house on Perdue Street.
SUPER=03-Martinsville;


Holsclaw was inside- -lying on the kitchen floor- -with multiple injuries.
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SOT 11:14:25
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;
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OUT Q=to both arms
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VO-NAT


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.
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Campbell-Ax


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Two people are dead following separate car accidents in Campbell County.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Campbell Co./Yesterday;


Yesterday afternoon, the driver of a 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 a nearby hospital.
The 45 students on the bus were not injured.
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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
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=were taken to the hospital.
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VO-NAT


About an hour later, state police were called to the scene of another fatal crash.
This one happened on Leesville Road north of Evington.
58- year- old Jessie Crawford was driving a 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.
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L'burg-Meeting


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin'
WRITER=ssm
TAPE# edit of sports complex
GRAPHIC=l'burg seal


It took a marathon meeting of Lynchburg City Council, but a proposed 15- million dollar sports complex is closer to reality.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Last Night;


The city's newly- formed Sports Authority wants to build a new minor league baseball stadium and twenty soccer and Little League fields in the Sandusky neighborhood.
Supporters say the project is long overdue.
But Sandusky residents are worried about the traffic, noise and light pollution the complex might create.
Finally, at 1:30 this morning council approved the project by a 5-1 vote.
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4-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=nhl


In the N-H-L -- The New York Rangers earned a tie in their first meeting against Mike Keenan's St. Louis Blues.
For that score and more, let's take a look at the scoreboards.
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SUPER=#C-200;
SUPER=103-Philadelphia/==2/Washington/==2//NY Rangers/==1/St. Louis/==1;
SUPER=103-Tampa Bay/==5/Boston/==3//Pittsburgh/==4/Dallas/==2;
SUPER=103-New Jersey/==1/Hartford/==0//Florida/==5/Toronto/==2;

SUPER=103-NY Islanders/==5/San Jose/==3//Detroit/==6/Los Angeles/==5; SUPER=103-Winnipeg/==6/Chicago/==5//Calgary/==4/Edmonton/==2;