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Up next on News 7 at eleven-
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Four hours for Hillary Rodham Clinton testifying before a Whitewater Grand Jury-
O-J Simpson was apparently so agitated during questioning today- lawyers had to call a recess.
Plus taking if off in the New River Valley- Jay Moore reports on a new strip club- and the trouble its had with the law.
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And the weekend forecast. News 7 is next.

Hillary


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Hillary Rodham Clinton spent hours testifying before a Federal Grand Jury today-
The focus- billing records that mysteriously turned up at the White House.
Regina Blakely reports from Federal Court.
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((Saying it has been a long day, she spent over 4 hours in the court hearing, First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton said while other Whitewater related topics were discussed, most of the grand jurors' questions centered on the recently discovered billing records. HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON: I LIKE EVERYONE ELSE WOULD LIKE THE ANSWER TO HOW THOSE DOCUMENTS SHOWED UP AFTER ALL THESE YEARS, IT IS TO MY ADVANTAGE IF THEY HAD BEEN FOUND SEVERAL YEARS AGO
Mrs. Clinton was brought to the grand jury under subpoena to answer questions about the recent discovery of legal billing records which indicate the extent of her work for Madison Guaranty, the Arkansas savings and loan at the center of the Whitewater controversy. Special prosecutor Kenneth Starr has wanted those documents for 2 years and while Mrs. Clinton is not a target of the investigation, Starr now wants to know why they were found by an administration aide who testified last that she found them in a private room of ther third floor of the White House.
The White House said the President and First Lady did talk before she left for the courthouse but did not discuss the substance of her testimony.
MIKE MCCURRY/WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY: THE PRESIDENT WAS THERE TO REASSURE HER, TELL HER THAT HE LOVES HER AND THAT SHE'LL DO A GOOD JOB AND THE GRAND JURY WILL SEED THAT SHE IS TELLING THE TRUTH JUST AS SHE HAS ALWAYS BEEN TELLING THE TRUTH. REGINA BLAKELY/CBS NEWS: VERY LITTLE IS KNOWN ABOUT THE SUBSTNACE OF THE FIRST LADY'S ANSWERS OR WHERE THE GRAND JURY GOES FROM HERE BUT ONE THING IS CERTAIN, THE WHITE HOUSE HAS DECIDED THAT DESPITE THE LEGAL TECHNICALITIES IT'S IMPORTANT THAT HE FIRST LADY BE UP FRONT AND OUT FRONT ON WHITEWATER. REGINA BLAKELY, CBS NEWS AT THE FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT.))

Budget


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It appears the government will not shut down this weekend-
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The Senate passed the stop gap spending measure today.
President Clinton signed the measure shortly after.
The legislation finances dozens of agencies for seven more weeks.
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Simpson


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O-J Simpson was so agitated during questioning today- the proceedings were temporarily halted.
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The topic that brought Simpson's irritability- domestic violence.
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((KIM GOLDMAN/VICTIM'S SISTER: YES. THAT'S TRUE AND THERE WAS A BREAK TAKEN TO LOWER THE TENSION.)) butt to 15:10:08 ((THIS IS FOR MY BROTHER AND I DON'T WANT HIM TO THINK THAT JUST BECAUSE HE'S OUT AND FREED THAT WE'RE GONNA GO AWAY, BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY WE'RE NOT.))
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Simpson is being grilled under oath in a wrongful death suit-
The Deposition is expected to take at least another week.
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Ross


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Bryant Ross allegedly admitted to police that he shot and killed his estranged wife last month.
Vickie Ross was trying to break off the relationship, to get him out of her life.
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At today's preliminary hearing, Detective Neil (TALL-RUDE) Tolrud read from the transcript of a statement Ross gave him.
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((NEIL TOLRUD: WHAT HAPPENED AFTER YOU SHOT HER? I JUST ASKED MYSELF, I SAID: "WHAT ARE YOU DOING?" YOU KNOW, I DONE IT. AND I WALKED OUT THE ROOM INTO THE ROOM IN THE BACK, AND I WAS SHAKING MY HEAD. AND SHE CAME OUT. SHE STARTED WALKING DOWN THE STEPS. AND I SHOT HER AGAIN. I KNEW WHAT I HAD DONE WAS WRONG AND WENT TO TAKE HER TO THE HOSPITAL. I KNEW SHE WAS ALREADY DEAD.))
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Ross told the detective he dragged the body out to Vickie's car, got rid of the gun and abandoned the car.
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Bolling


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The murder trial of Joe Gardner Bolling in Bedford County will now stretch into a third day.
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49 year old Bolling is charged with the shooting death of his live- in girlfriend, Torina (toe-REE-nuh) Wright, last June.
Bolling says the shooting was an accident, and today several defense witnesses supported that claim.
Rescue squad worker Beth Baker spoke with the victim just before she died.
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((BETH BAKER/RESCUE SQUAD WORKER: SO I ASKED HER IF SHE COULD TELL ME WHAT HAPPENED. PHILLIP BAKER: WHAT DID SHE SAY? BETH BAKER: SHE SAID AT THAT TIME AS SHE CAME HOME FROM WORK THEY WAS ARGUING. `WE ARGUED, HE GOT THE GUN, HE SHOT AND I RAN OUT THE DOOR. IT WAS A ACCIDENT.'))
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But a firearms expert testified while Bolling's gun had a light trigger pull, it was unlikely the weapon could fire accidentally.
Prosecutors say Bolling's version of the shooting doesn't match up with the physical evidence.
The case will continue Monday morning.
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Strip-Club


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A strip club in Montgomery County has reopened after being closed for several months.
It was shutdown by authorities over alleged obscene performances.
Those charges have been dropped, and now county officials say the public will have its say in the matter.
Jay Moore tells us what the county plans to do change the law..
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((Juicie's opened in November.
Less than a week later it closed because it featured partially nude dancing.
Three dancers were charged with indecent exposure and giving an obscene performance.
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((ECSTASY: THEY WERE GOING ON THEIR OPINION OF WHAT THEY BELIEVE SHOULD BE DONE RATHER THAN THE LAW RATHER THAN OUR RIGHT.))
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((SCARLETT: I'M NOT WORRIED ABOUT IT. WE HAVEN'T DONE ANYTHING ILLEGAL AND THIS IS ONE OF THE CLEANEST CLUBS I'VE WORKED IN.))
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A judge earlier this week dropped the charges at the request of the commonwealth's attorney who says the state law was too vague.
Now the county has gone out of the area to find an answer.
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((ROY THORPE/MONTGOMERY CO. ATTORNEY: WE HAVE AN EXAMPLE FROM VIRGINIA BEACH. ITS BEEN TESTED IN THE COURTS AND WE PUT IT IN THE FORM FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY.))
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The manager says complete nudity is perfectly legal.
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((WARD DAWSON/JUICIE'S MANAGER: TO MY UNDERSTANDING THE WOMEN CAN TAKE OFF ALL THEIR CLOTHS AND DO A COMPLETE NUDE SHOW. ))
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The county attorney says if passed the new ordinance will prevent that.
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((THORPE: IT TALKS ABOUT PUBLIC NUDITY AND THAT IT WILL NOT BE PERMITTED AND THERE'S A CERTAIN DRESS THAT'S REQUIRED.))
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((DAWSON: I'VE HAD NO REAL RADICALS SCREAMING AT ME PERSONALLY BUT I'VE HAD HEARD A POSITIVE VIEW FROM EVERYONE WHO WALKED IN THE DOOR.))
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((JAY MOORE/REPORTING: DAWSON SAYS HE'S ONLY HEARD GOOD COMMENTS. COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY THE PUBLIC WILL HAVE A SAY NEXT MONTH. IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, JAY MOORE, NEWS 7.))
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, a tip leads police to a murder suspect in Halifax County.
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Plus- it was one of the regions biggest success stories. Now pink slips are going out. We'll have the story-
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Powell


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A Halifax County man wanted for the New Years Day murder of a teen is now in custody.
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An anonymous caller told police they spotted 21 year old J-J Powell riding in a car with three other males.
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He was arrested around 11-45 this morning on Broad Street in South Boston.
Powell is charged with shooting and killing 17 year old Jason Chandler at the Super-Eight Motel in Riverdale.
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((SHERIFF JEFF OAKES/HALIFAX COUNTY:NO, TO MY KNOWLEDGE THERE WAS NO ATTEMPT TO FLEE, THERE WERE PROBABLY ABOUT 15- OFFICERS THERE AT THE TIME OF THE STOP.))
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Officers from Halifax County, South Boston and the State Police helped in the arrest.
The caller who phoned police will receive 250- dollars from the local Crime Stoppers Organization.

Fibercom


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Bad news for some workers at Litton-Fibercom in Roanoke.
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The company told 51 people their services will no longer be needed, because of a lack of business.
Some laid off workers cleaned out their lockers and desks today.
A majority of the cutbacks are taking place at the company's manufacturing center on Melrose Avenue.
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((CALVIN ALLEN/FORMER LITTON-FIBERCOM EMPLOYEE: THEY JUST CALLED THE ONES THAT WERE GONNA LEAVE AND EXPLAINED TO US ABOUT OUR EXIT INTERVIEWS AND STUFF, AND TOLD US THEY WERE SORRY AND THAT'S IT.))
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The company makes a variety of computer networking systems.
It recently began a program to diversify its product lines.
A system it has designed to link schoolrooms via computer has shown a lot of promise, but hasn't taken off as fast as Litton-Fibercom had hoped.
In the meantime, the company expected a number of government contracts would keep its workers busy.
But the budget mess in Washington has delayed some of those orders indefinitely.
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GOP-Advance


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Virginia's Grand Old Party is getting the jump on the 1996 election season this weekend in Richmond.
But most at the annual Republican Advance are still trying to knock off the veteran, incumbent U.S. Senator -- and are already wrestling over the 1997 statewide ticket.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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If cardboard signs measure success, Jim Miller's winning in the '96 Senate race.
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((JIM MILLER/REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE: BUT SEE I WAS WAY AHEAD OF HIM.. MASQUERADING AS A CONSERVATIVE AND REALLY ISN'T.))
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More popular with the public than his own party, incumbent John Warner is doing the same this year as last -- dropping in for a night to woo his side of the party to his hospitality suite.
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((PAT MCSWEENEY/VA. GOP CHAIRMAN: BUT BY AND LARGE THE AUDIENCE THAT IS DRAWN TO THIS EVENT YEAR AFTER YEAR IS PROBABLY OVERWHELMINGLY HOSTILE TO SENATOR WARNER.))
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Warner won the primary he sought, but party activists are trying to limit its voters to what it considers real Republicans -- with bills in the General Assembly, and a lawsuit still threatened.
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((PAT McSWEENEY/VA. GOP CHAIRMAN: THERE'S A WINDOW. IF YOU BRING IT TOO SOON, THE CASE IS NOT RIGHT. IF YOU BRING IT TOO LATE, IT'S TARDY AND YOU HAVEN'T GOT TIME TO GET IT DONE. WE THINK WE'RE CLEARLY WITHIN THAT WINDOW.))
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With Attorney General Jim Gilmore so far unchallenged as the GOP candidate for Governor in '97, the focus has already shifted.
Party treasurer and retired tobacco executive John Hager raised 100- thousand dollars at lunch for his Lieutenant Governor bid.
Fairfax businessman Coleman Andrews is his only announced opposition, and is pushing vainly for the big tent.
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((COLEMAN ANDREWS/REPUBLICAN LT. GOV. CANDIDATE: FOR OUR PARTY, WHEN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONSERVATIVES ARE UNITED, ALMOST IN SPITE OF WHATEVER THE ELECTORAL CIRCUMSTANCES ARE WE WIN.))
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Then there's Mike Farris, who lost the same race to Don Beyer, and despite his presence at Hager's lunch, says he too may join the race. vo of anti-clinton shirts
For Virginia Republicans, there's only one thing they can all get behind.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))
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Coming up next on News 7, heavy rain is in the forecast, Robin Reed will let us know what that could mean for us this weekend,
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and some area 5th graders learn that the super bowl plus math equals help for the homeless.
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Barge


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That barge that ran aground on Rhode Island is finally out to sea.
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The barge was pushed off shore toay.
It was one week ago that it ran aground during a storm- spilling more than 800 thousand gallons of heating oil.
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Nasa-Workshop


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Some teachers and students in Franklin County are all spaced- out.
NASA landed at Glade Hill Elementary School this morning.
And Scott Prince was there.
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((((WE COULD BE SEEING THE VERY FIRST FEMALE ASTRONAUT RIGHT HERE FROM GLADE HILL. GIVE CODY ANOTHER ROUND OF APPLAUSE. ))
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Students are reaching for the stars... with a little help from NASA.
A representative from the space program paid a visit to Glade Hill Elementary School in Franklin County.
And the kids say they had a blast.
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((RACHEL YATES/STUDENT: IT WOULD BE FUN TO GO UP ON THE MOON AND THINGS. )) Butt these bites
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((ROBERT MERCODLIANO/STUDENT: THERE ARE MODELS AND SHE TALKS ABOUT SPACE. AND THAT'S WHAT WE'RE LEARNING THIS MONTH IN SCIENCE. ))
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Much of the program centers around material not found in the classroom.
Students get to try on space suits... and see what it's like to sleep on a shuttle.
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((GLORIA CLARKE/NASA: THE MISSION OF THE EDUCATION DIVISION AT NASA IS TO HELP IN THE COUNTRY'S QUEST TO HAVE A MORE SCIENCE- LITERATE SOCIETY AND IT'S OUR SMALL PART TO CONTRIBUTE. ))
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The learning doesn't stop with students.
Teachers get their own NASA workshop... and learn how to bring science and math lessons down to earth.
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((ELLEN RAVIS/TEACHER: SCIENCE IS HARD FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE TO DO SO AN OPPORTUNITY LIKE THIS-- SOMETHING CURRENT AND EXCITING, SPACE SHUTTLE, SPACE PROGRAM-- IT'S WONDERFUL. ))
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NASA hopes programs like these will help inspire students-- in whatever career they choose.
But NASA also wants them to know that the sky is not necessarily the limit.
Scott Prince, News- 7, Franklin County.)) Wx-Tape
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S-Glenvar


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Up in Highlander heaven tonight, Glenvar made a big step in the Pioneer district beating Parry McCluer 66 to 48.
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Glenvar's Josh Williamson gets thing started for the Highlanders draining the three pointer for the early first quarter lead.
Glenvar continued to dominate as Lynward Twyne goes inside to Corey Willis who knocks down the jumper giving glenvar a 16 point lead.
The Fighting Blues would try to SUPER=33-Glenvar/=66/Parry McCluer/=48;

keep it close as Mike Clark finds Boo Rowsey open inside the arc for the two pointer but Glenvar wins it 66 to 48.
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S-PH


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Over at Patrick Henry, The Patriots picked up a win in the Roanoke Valley District beating the Franklin county Eagles.
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Brooks Berry finds Boo Battle in the paint for the finger roll lay in giving the patriots a 58 to 23 third quarter lead.
Franklin county's Phillip Clayborn works the inside trying to keep the Eagles close by scoring the layup.
But Rashad Myers passes off to Malik Shareef who comes through with the double hand jam for a 38 point lead in the third quarter.
Myers comes up with another assist this time he hits Colby Leftwitch who drives for the snow bird and the Patriots win it 97 to 55.
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((WOODY DEANS/PATRICK HENRY HEAD COACH: ))
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S-Hornets


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Kenny Anderson returned to New Jersey a week after being traded to Charlotte.
Kendall Gill who went to the Nets in the trade scored a game high 30 points to lead the Nets over the Hornets.
For that and all of tonight's scores lets check the boards.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, Final comments from the Super Bowl coaches the Express took on the Richmond Renegades tonight at the Roundhouse.
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And Steve Mason pays a visit with Express left winger Jason Clarke.
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S-Express


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The Roanoke Express notched an emotional shootout 4-3 win over Richmond tonight at the Round House in front of 6 thousand, 553.
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The Express hit the hard water without bruiser Jason Clarke who sat out tonight's game
because he was late to two team functions.
The Express scored at the 16:22 mark of the first on this goal by Wade Gibson, Jeff jestadt and Tim Christian.
Richmond tied the game in the second period on Marty Roy's tally at the 14:18 mark. The renegades went up 2-1 in the third before Roanoke rallied.
Jestadt scored one of his two goals on the night on this break away; credit the assist to Karry Biette and Duane Harmer.
The Express went up 3-2 with 11:23 left in the game on Dave Stewart's blast
from outside. It was a power play SUPER=34-Roanoke/==4/Richmond/==3;

goal. Richmond tied the game and we go to a shootout.
After in the fifth round; Jestadt scored his second goal of the night and Roanoke beats Richmond 4-3.
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(( ))
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S-Clarke


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While the Express has struggled on the ice at Times, Jason Clarke has come into his own.
Steve Mason talked with Clarke who has emerged as more than just a bruiser.
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((In his 2 and a half years of traveling in the ECHL, starting with Charlotte, then Erie and now in Roanoke; Jason Clarke has always been good at this ((JASON CLARKE/16 GOALS, 12 ASSISTS THIS SEASON:))
His philosophy is simple. ((CLARKE:))
His coach has dubbed him a technician when it comes to dropping the gloves. ((FRANK ANZALONE/EXPRESS HEAD COACH:))
Clarke has started doing the other things. ((STEVE MASON:)) ((JASON CLARKE:)) ((ANZALONE:))
Clarke turns 23 years old at the end of february, but don't worry; he's not getting softer in his advancing age. With 291 penalty minutes already this season; he's right on track to finish near the 467 PM's he amassed last season. Which was first in the league.
Steve Mason news 7 sports.))
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S-Coaches


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The coaches met with the Media for a final time today before Sunday's Kickoff.
Bill Cowher was concerned with ball control.
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((BILL COWHER/PITTSBURGH HEAD COACH: ))
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Meantime, Dallas Head coach Barry Switzer used the time to clear the air about his future with the Cowboys.
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((BARRY SWITZER/DALLAS HEAD COACH: ))
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Souper-Bowl


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The Cowboys and the Steelers don't meet on the grid-Iron until Sunday, but the "Souper" Bowl came to Blacksburg today.
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Fifth-graders at Gilbert- Linkous Elementary challenged the rest of the school to collect cans of soup for the Interfaith Food Pantry.
With all the cans in today, students made their math problems match the drive.
For instance, how much do all those cans weigh, and how many does it take to get from the office to the end of the hall.
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((HEIDI HARPER/FIFTH-GRADE TEACHER: WE'VE DONE A LOT OF MATH ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK. WE'VE DONE A LOT OF ESTIMATION PROJECTS, WE'VE PREDICTED HOW MANY TOTAL CANS THE CHILDREN WOULD BRING, WE'VE WEIGHED AND MEASURED. ))
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((SARAH MOLL/FIFTH-GRADE STUDENT: IT'S BEEN A LOT OF FUN. WE'VE HAD A LOT OF GAMES HERE AT SCHOOL AND WE'VE DONE A LOT OF WORK HERE HELPING THE COMMUNITY AND STUFF.))
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The students collected 726 cans. That's an average of nearly two cans per student... 19 short of what they figured it would take to reach the end of the (----------------) hall.