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In just a few hours, we'll know if the Bosnian peace talks will end in success, or a failure.
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And federal workers will be back on the job today, thanks to a budget compromise between G-O-P leaders and the White House. wx-head
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Budget


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With a stroke of the pen, it's back to work for federal workers today thanks to a compromise on a short term spending bill.
Both the White House and Congressional Republicans are declaring victory.
President Clinton has agreed to a seven year time-table for a balanced budget if the budget protects key programs.
Regina Blakely has more.
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(( After a day of offers and counter-offers.. senator bob dole announced congressional republicans and president clinton had reached a compromise.
SEN. BOB DOLE/R-KS:WHAT WE'VE AGREED TO IS IN A VERY BIPARTISAN, NON-PARTISAN WAY IS A VERY SATISFACTORY CONCLUSION TO WHAT HAS BEEN A VERY TENSE SITUATION THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS."

The agreement is in two parts.. congress passed a one day extension which will bring all government employees back to work mondcy.> also monday.. final approval for the second part.. legislation which will keep the government funded through December 15th.

President clinton agreed the budget can be balanced in seven years... using republican numbers.. but republicans agreed to allow administration input on the numbers and they agreed to adequate funding for medicare, medicaid, education, agriculture, and the enviroment... there's also language for tax cuts for working families. PRESIDENT CLINTON:THIS AGREEMENT REFLECTS MY PRINCIPLES.. AND THE REPUBLICANS HAVE RECOGNIZED HOSE PRINICPLES//TONIGHT REPUBLICANS SHOWED THE FIRST SIGN.. WITHOUT FORCING CUTS... ON THE AMERICAN PEOPLE."
As the government gears back up again.. the focus will now shift to the bigger budget... the president says he will veto that budget as it now stands. but agrees this compromise provides a framework for negotiations.. in the meantime, federal workers are headed back to work.
Regina Blakely CBS News, washington."))


BOTETOURT-AX


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A three-car accident on Route 2-20 in Botetourt County sent six people to the hospital last night.
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SUPER=03-Botetourt Co./Last Night;


The head-on collision occurred at about five o'clock near Gala at the Dudley Stretch.
48-year-old Patricia Ann Weidman of Eagle Rock is in critical condition.
Keith and Evelene Wilson of Jacksonsville, Florida are in stable condtion.
Their two children were also taken to the hospital, but their conditions are not being released.
There's also no word on the condition of a sixth victim.
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TALKS


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It's been a LONG night for negotiators working on a Bosnian peace deal in Dayton, Ohio.
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Croatia's president arrived last night HOPING to initialize a PEACE agreement later this morning.
The state department's spokesperson says he expects the talks to be completed one way or another today.
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Walesa


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SUPER=03-Warsaw, Poland;


By a RAZOR-thin margin solidarity hero Lech Walesa (vah-WEN'-sah) is apparently OUT after FIVE years as president of Poland.
UN-official projections suggest former communist Aleksander Kwasniewski
(ka- vash ny- ev' ski)

has won.
He received roughly a half million more votes then Walesa (vah-WEN'-sah), whose poularity fell during his time in office.
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Doo-Dah-Parade


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Twenty- thousand spectators crammed the streets of old town Pasadena to see the weird and the wacky parade the streets.
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It's the Annual Doo-Dah parade.
This year, the 90 entries in the Doo-Dah Parade included "Dread Zeppelin", The West Hollywood Cheerleaders, and the Lounge Lizards.
It's a zany parade... the West Hollywood cheerleaders are all men dressed as women.
And Dread Zeppelin sings the songs of Led Zeppelin in reggae style.
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1-Sports


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Time now for sports and the latest N-F-L action.
Roy Stanley takes a look, including highlights of yesterday's Skins - Seahawks game. Good morning Roy.
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One-Larry


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(Live Interview)



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KROGER


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Kroger's latest contract offer to the Teamsters Local 1-71 has been approved.
The union workers of the Roanoke County warehouse ratified the proposal 201 votes to 67.
The negotiations HEATED UP earlier this month when the union came CLOSE to striking.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Yesterday;


Up until yesterday, the union workers had been withOUT a contract for a year and a half.
Members say it had been almost SEVEN years since they had a raise.
The NEW contract offers back pay.
All workers will get an additional 25 cents for each hour worked from February of 94 to this coming February.
In '96 workers will get a 45 cent raise followed by a 25 cent increase in '97 and 30 cents in '98.
The contract also includes safe driving bonuses for truckers and warehouse workers can earn safety bonuses.
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((JIMMY SHERWOOD/UNION SECRETARY TREASURER: HERE WE ARE SHORT OF THANKSGIVING. I THINK THE COMPANY KNEW WE WERE PREPARED TO GO.))
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Archie Fralin of Kroger says the company is VERY pleased they could offer a contract the union could ratify.
He says BOTH sides should be proud they avoided a COSTLY work stoppage.
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Trigon


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Trigon Blue Cross Blue Shield will run a full-page newspaper ad to try and reach about 200-thousand policyholders who may be owed refunds.
Another 300-thousand policyholders will automatically get refunds next month for overcharges during the same period.
Trigon has the mailing addresses for those policyholders.
The State Corporation Commission is forcing Trigon to refund about 70- MILLION to customers.
It's because of a former billing practice that did not include policyholders in discounts that Trigon negotiated with hospitals.

Grief


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In other health care news this morning -- we take a look at grief.
It can manifest itself in several ways-- and experts say it's crucial in coping with any kind of loss.
But it's often caregivers themselves, or those in the helping fields, who deny themselves the grieving process.
Connie Stevens has the story.
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((MARY PATSEL/VA. TECH DEPT. OF HUMAN NUTRITION: IF I'M ALWAYS HELPING YOU I DON'T HAVE TO DEAL WITH ME, SO THE NURSING PROFESSION, THE SOCIAL WORK, ALL THE HELPING PROFESSIONS CAN BE JUST REALLY A WAY TO AVOID WORKING THROUGH THEIR OWN GRIEF OR THEIR OWN LOSSES.))
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Mary Patsel, speaking at Friday's conference on "Life, Death and Grief" believes health care workers can't deny their feelings-- and need to go through the stages of grief like anyone else.
Cancer Specialist Dr. William Fintell tries to work through grief right along with his patients.
He says he likes to think of himself as a lightning rod, fielding the anger and bewilderment that can come with a terminal illness.
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((DR. WILLIAM FINTEL/ONCOLOGIST: IF I'M A GOOD CONDUCTOR OF ELECTRICITY IT WILL PASS THROUGH ME, HIT THE GROUND AND NOT BURN ME TOO BAD. BUT SOMETIMES I TAKE THE ANGER PERSONALLY. I TRY NOT TO. SOMETIMES IT IT DIRECTED AT ME, AND I'LL ACCEPT THAT. BUT MOST OF THE TIME IF I CAN VIEW MYSELF AS A GOOD CONDUCTOR, A COPPER WIRE I CAN HELP THAT CLOUD GET RID OF SOME OF THAT STUFF.)) CONNIE STEVENS, NEWS 7.))
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It should also be noted that you can mourn even the loss of a bad habit, or addiction.
Whenever a person's sense of self is disrupted, the grieving process-- with all its it's stages-- can be a tool for recovery.

Blind-Swim


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Some Roanoke College students took a DIVE in the name of charity.
The school's fraternities and sororities spent the weekend having fun and raising money for sight conservation and aide to the blind.
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Hundreds of students took part in Delta Gamma's annual Anchor Splash.
In addition to the races, there were synchronized swimming contests.
The students also participated in sporting events while blind-folded.
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((LISA FRANZINO/DELTA GAMMA: ALL OUR SKITS INCORPORATED THE THEME. IT SHOWS US HOW IT IS TO BE BLIND JUST FOR FIVE MINUTES. AND HOW HARD IT IS TO PLAY A GAME.))
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So far, the sorority has raised TWO thousand dollars.
They have another thousand to go before they reach their goal.
If anyone would like to make a contribution contact Delta Gamma at Roanoke College.
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2-scores


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In N-B-A action --
Patrick Ewing was held scoreless in the second half until hitting the tiebreaking shot in New York's win over Vancouver.
For that score and more, let's go to the scoreboards.
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SUPER=96-LA Lakers/109/LA Clippers/=88;



SUPER=103-Philadelphia/==3/Vancouver/==2//Buffalo/==6/Ottawa/==0;
SUPER=103-Florida/==4/Anaheim/==3//San Jose/==3/Chicago/==2;


Two-Larry


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2HEADLINES


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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Federal workers will be back on the job today, thanks to a budget compromise between G-O-P leaders and the White House.
President Clinton says the deal to seek a seven-year balanced budget depends on preserving health care, education and environmental programs.
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ANCHOR=Beth


In just a few hours we'll know the results of the Bosnian peace talks.
The State Department has scheduled an announcement for ten this morning near Dayton, Ohio, where negotiators have been meeting through the night.
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And police near Chicago are looking for a motive in the triple slaying of a pregnant woman and her children.
Her womb was sliced open and her baby removed.
That child survived.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday, November 20th.
ANCHOR=Beth


Don't go away. The news will continue.

FEDERAL-Budget


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Hundreds of thousands of Federal workers go back to work today, after a six-day standoff on an emergency spending bill.
President Clinton and G-O-P leaders reached a compromise yesterday.
The president agreed to a seven-year balanced budget, but one with adequate funding for social programs.
Regina Blakely has more.
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(( After a day of offers and counter-offers.. senator bob dole announced congressional republicans and president clinton had reached a compromise.
SEN. BOB DOLE/R-KS:WHAT WE'VE AGREED TO IS IN A VERY BIPARTISAN, NON-PARTISAN WAY IS A VERY SATISFACTORY CONCLUSION TO WHAT HAS BEEN A VERY TENSE SITUATION THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS."

The agreement is in two parts.. congress passed a one day extension which will bring all government employees back to work mondcy.> also monday.. final approval for the second part.. legislation which will keep the government funded through December 15th.

President clinton agreed the budget can be balanced in seven years... using republican numbers.. but republicans agreed to allow administration input on the numbers and they agreed to adequate funding for medicare, medicaid, education, agriculture, and the enviroment... there's also language for tax cuts for working families. PRESIDENT CLINTON:THIS AGREEMENT REFLECTS MY PRINCIPLES.. AND THE REPUBLICANS HAVE RECOGNIZED HOSE PRINICPLES//TONIGHT REPUBLICANS SHOWED THE FIRST SIGN.. WITHOUT FORCING CUTS... ON THE AMERICAN PEOPLE."
As the government gears back up again.. the focus will now shift to the bigger budget... the president says he will veto that budget as it now stands. but agrees this compromise provides a framework for negotiations.. in the meantime, federal workers are headed back to work.
Regina Blakely CBS News, washington."))
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And it looks like the Bosnian peace talks are coming to an end...

Bosnia


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Marathon negotiations continue this morning near Dayton, Ohio in the HOPES of reaching an agreement that will end the Bosnian Civil War.
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SUPER=03-Dayton, Ohio;


After nearly THREE weeks, the peace talks are scheduled to end later this morning.
The state department says the talks will end with either the initialing of an accord, or with NO settlement.
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((NICHOLAS BURNS/STATE DEPARTMENT SPOKESMAN:WE THINK THAT AN AGREEMENT IS POSSIBLE. WE THINK THAT IF THE PARTIES CAN WORK VERY HARD IN A SPIRIT OF COOPERATION THAT THEY OUGHT TO BE ABLE TO DO THIS AND IT'S NOT A FOREGONE CONCLUSION AND WE CAN'T SAY WE ARE GOING TO GET THERE. ))
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VO-NAT


The four year Balkan conflict has claimed a quarter of million lives.
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Slaying


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In suburgan Chicago, three people are charged with murdering a pregnant woman and two of her children... and with kidnapping a full-term baby cut out of the mother's womb.
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SUPER=03-Addison, IL;


Among those charged, the woman's former boyfirend.
The new born is doing well in a Chicago hospital.
He was found alive on Friday.
That's the same day his mother, 28-year-old Deborah Evans, and two of her children, eight and ten years old, were found murdered.
A third child, just 19 months old, was found unharmed in the same apartment.
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Hunting-Followup


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
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Two hunters remain in stable condition following two separate hunting accidents in Franklin County.
Saturday morning, 25-year-old Thomas Hughes of Salem was shot in the leg while hunting in the Hardy area of the county.
Hughes' hunting partner, 27- year-old Stacy Walls, was uncocking the hammer of his muzzleloading rifle when the gun went off.
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SUPER=03-Franklin Co./Friday;


On Friday, 42-year- old Johnny Blankenship of Wirtz was shot by a fellow hunter in the Union Hall section of the county.
James Mattox of Glade Hill was standing about 59 yards away when he apparently fired the 50 caliber muzzleloader.
With the opening day of general firearms season today, game officials are warning hunters to be more conscientious.
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((HENRY: YOU DON'T ONLY HAVE TO BE CONCERNED AT WHAT YOU'RE SHOOTING AT BUT YOU ALSO HAVE TO BE CONCERNED WHAT POSSIBLY COULD BE BEHIND IT, EVEN IF YOU CAN'T SEE IT. ))
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Both Walls and Mattox have been charged with reckless handling of a firearm.
If convicted, each face up to a year in prison and a 25-hundred-dollar fine.

Skiers


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WRITER=bmy
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Two American Skiers died in the French Alps over the weekend after getting lost in bad weather.
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SUPER=03-Tignes, France;


Four others in the group of seven from Ohio are suffering from hypothermia and frostbite after spending Friday night outdoors.
A doctor who took part in the rescue operation said the group was not experienced and badly equipped. Ski officials said the group was skiing without a guide.
The names of the victims have not been released.
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Atlantis


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
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It looks like CLEAR sailing ALL the way home for the astronauts on the space shuttle Atlantis.
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Favorable skies are predicted in Florida for a touchdown that's set for just after noon.
During its eight-day mission, Atlantis delivered a new docking port to the Russian space station ''Mir'' (MEER).
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3-Sports


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Virginia Tech finished off Virginia, using an energized defense and good-enough offense to rally from a 15-point deficit.
Roy Stanley has a review of Saturday's exciting game in sports. Good morning Roy.
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Birthdays
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Three-Larry


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(Roll cue:) Tonight at midnight promises to be a workout for music fans.
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((The Beatles long and winding road takes them back to the record stores for the release of The Beatles Anthology I. Their first since they walked in 1970. ((PAUL CHILDERS/BLOCKBUSTER MUSIC: WE HAVE A FIVE SONG SAMPLER THATS AN EXCLUSIVE FOR BLOCKBUSTER MUSIC PROVIDED BY CAPITOL RECORDS. IT FEATURES FIVE TRACKS FROM THE UPCOMING ANTHOLOGY VOLUME ONE.))
Since receiving the sampler, fab four fans have looked back at the early years of the Beatles...electronically together again.
If the release of the Anthology CD wasn't enough, Beatlemania will be back when the local Blockbuster Music givesaway a limited edition screened print. ((AND IT HAS A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY SIGNED BY YOKO ONO. THIS IS NUMBER ELEVEN HUNDRED, TWENTY-SIX OF FIVE THOUSAND THAT WERE PRINTED. ))
All eyes will be on the Beatles and one on Garth Brooks. After two years he's back in the saddle with "Fresh Horses". ((DAVE HURST/J93 AIR PERSONALITY: ITS NOT THE SAME OLD PRODUCT. THE SAME OLD GARTH EVERYTIME. A NEW ALBUM COMES OUT, THERE'S SOMETHING REALLY DIFFERENT AND EXCITNG ABOUT HIM.)) ((SLAM DUNCAN/J93 AIR PERSONALITY: I THINK YOU USE THE WORD SURPRISE. YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT HE'S GOING TO DO. AND HE'S ALWAYS GOING TO SURPRISE YOU.))
Bruce Springsteen emerges from his Tunnel of Love, as the boss throws his latest onto the airwaves. ((DAVE O'BRIEN/96.3 ROV PERSONALITY; THIS IS A SOLO BRUCE. KIND OF AN INTERESTING PROJECT. ALOT OF PEOPLE ARE COMPARING IT TO NEBRASKA IN NINETEEN, EIGHTY-TWO. IT IS SOMEWHAT DARK WITH A THEME THROUGHOUT. ITS CALLED THE "GHOST OF TOM JOAD", WHICH WAS A CHARACTER IN THE GRAPES OF WRATH.)) ((EVERYBODY IS OUT FOR THAT CHRISTMAS DOLLAR. A LOT OF STUFF COMING OUT. THIS TIME OF YEAR, THERE'S ALWAYS A BIG NAME THING.))
Big names indeed. From Springsteen, to Nashville's biggest hat, and the musical mystery tour of the Beatles.
The three B's go on sale tonight at midnight turning it into a Hard Days Night for music fans everywhere.))
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Accident


ANCHOR=Beth
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WRITER=DAL
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A three-car accident on Route 2-20 in Botetourt County sent six people to the hospital last night.
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SUPER=03-Botetourt Co./Last Night; :


The head-on collision occurred at about five o'clock near Gala at the Dudley Stretch.
48-year-old Patricia Ann Weidman of Eagle Rock is in critical condition.
Keith and Evelene Wilson of Jacksonsville, Florida are in stable condtion.
Their two children were also taken to the hospital, but their conditions are not being released.
There's also no word on the condition of a sixth victim.
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Followup


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 95-97
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Two hunters involved in separate hunting accidents are in stable condition.
Saturday morning, 25-year-old Thomas Hughes of Salem was shot in the leg while hunting in Franklin County.
Hughes' hunting partner, 27- year-old Stacy Walls, was uncocking the hammer of his muzzleloading rifle when the gun went off.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Franklin Co./Friday;


On Friday, 42-year- old Johnny Blankenship of Wirtz was shot by a fellow hunter in the Union Hall section of the county.
James Mattox of Glade Hill was standing about 59 yards away when he apparently fired the 50 caliber muzzleloader.
With the opening day of general firearms season today, game officials are warning hunters to be more conscientious.
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((HENRY: YOU DON'T ONLY HAVE TO BE CONCERNED AT WHAT YOU'RE SHOOTING AT BUT YOU ALSO HAVE TO BE CONCERNED WHAT POSSIBLY COULD BE BEHIND IT, EVEN IF YOU CAN'T SEE IT. ))
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Both Walls and Mattox have been charged with reckless handling of a firearm.
If convicted, each face up to a year in prison and a 25-hundred-dollar fine.

Agreement


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Union workers at Kroger's Roanoke County distribution center approved a new contract by a margin of 3-1, avoiding a strike.
The union says an improvement in retroactive wage adjustments was a major reason for yesterday's approval.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Yesterday;


The local represents the 300 warehouse workers, mechanics and drivers at the center.
Workers had refused two earlier offers by the company, the most recent on November fourth.
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Democrats


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It looks like Virginia's democrats will converge on Hampton for their next convention.
The Party says it will hold its 19-96 gathering June seventh and eighth at the Hampton Coliseum.
35-hundred delegates and 17-hundred alternates will attend.

Monticello-Rehab


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WRITER=jmo
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A change is in the air at the home of one of Virginia's most famous politicians.
Thomas Jefferson's Monticello is receiving a new and greatly improved heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system.
Lara Derby has the story.
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SUPER=01-Elizabeth Taylor/Head Tour Guide; 1:29
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(( A priceless collection at risk", that's how Dan Jordan, the president of the Thomas Jefferson foundation described Monticello before the installation of a new heating and cooling system.
THE NEW COMPUTER CONTROLLED SYSTEM WHICH WILL COST 7 HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS REPLACES A CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM THAT WAS ORIGINALLY INSTALLED IN 1954 AND WAS UPGRADED SLIGHTLY IN 1974. MONTICELLO OFFICIALS SAY THE NEW EQUIPMENT WILL MODERATE THE TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY WHILE CLEANING THE AIR.
Tour guides promise that those who visit during this time of construction will see a new and extraordinary monticello.
Monticello officials say the installation should be complete within six weeks.
Lara Derby, Charlottesville, VA))



4-scores


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GRAPHIC=panthers/cardinals


The Carolina Panthers are one game away from doubling the record they broke for victories by an expansion team.
The Panthers held Arizona to its lowest yardage total in 40 years in a win over the Cardinals.
For that score and others, let's go to the scoreboards.
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SUPER=#C-200;
SUPER=100-Green Bay/=31/Cleveland/=20//Carolina/=27/Arizona/==7;
SUPER=100-Indianapolis/=24/New England/=10//Detroit/=24/Chicago/=17;
SUPER=100-Philadelphia/=28/NY Giants/=19//Tampa Bay/=17/Jacksonville/=16;
SUPER=100-Seattle/=27/Washington/=20//Atlanta/=31/St. Louis/==6;
SUPER=100-Pittsburgh/=49/Cincinnati/=31//Denver/=30/San Diego/=27;
SUPER=100-Minnesota/=43/New Orleans/=24//Buffalo/=28/NY Jets/=26;
SUPER=100-Dallas/=34/Oakland/=21//Kansas City/=20/Houston/=13;