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1-News-Head

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V/O-NAT
They hid in a closet to escape the flames.
Two young children die in a house fire.
On NEWS 7 at SIX: we'll hear from investigators and a neighbor in New Castle.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And how to put a price tag on ten years of a man's life... agonizing over compensation for Ed Honaker.

Sports-head


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=none


In sports, the Hokies are gearing up for yet another test tonight at the Cassell, this time, it's UNC Greensboro, the Express make it three in a row,
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VO-NAT


and Magic's return is a success, but now Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls lay ahead, Magic's thoughts on being bullied in sports.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


This next batch of winter weather looks like ice. Expect travel problems late Thursday and Friday.

Craig-Fire


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-10
GRAPHIC=Fatal Fire


For the second time in less than two weeks... fire has claimed the lives of small children.
Last night in Craig County, a five- year- old, and his three- year old sister were killed when flames engulfed their New Castle Home.
Scott Prince has our report.
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IN Q=Investigators returned
SUPER=03-Craig Co.; :00 QUICK!!!
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SUPER=01-Roy Price/Neighbor; :24
SUPER=01-Robert Perry/State Police Investigator; :44
SUPER=@Scott1; :55
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OUT Q=S.P., News 7, Craig County


(( Investigators returned to this New Castle home.
A home destroyed by fire.
A fire that claimed two young lives.
Five- year- old Christopher Thomas Howard and his sister, three- year- old Harle (HAR-lee) Gayle Howard had apparently locked themselves in a closet when the blaze started yesterday evening.
Their parents were home when the fire broke out, but neither they, nor neighbors were able to save the children.
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SOT 12:44:14
IN Q=All of them

((ROY PRICE/NEIGHBOR: ALL OF THEM-- EVERYONE WAS TRYING TO GET THEM OUT. THEY JUST COULDN'T. AND I FOUND OUT LAST NIGHT THAT THEY WENT IN THE CLOSET.))
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The children's bodies were taken to Roanoke for an autopsy... to determine the exact cause of death.
As for the cause of the fire... police aren't saying much at this point.
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SOT
IN Q=13:38:56

((ROBERT PERRY/STATE POLICE INVESTIGATOR: IN ALL CASES OF FIRES WE CONSIDER THEM ACCIDENTAL UNTIL WE HAVE ESTABLISHED OTHERWISE. AT THIS POINT WE VIEW THIS FIRE AS ACCIDENTAL.))
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((Investigators say it could take days before the cause of this fire is released.
They say amongst this rubble, they will leave no stone unturned.
Scott Prince, News- 7, Craig County.))))

Clayborne


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#95-109
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


A Danville woman says one of the men charged with killing Angel Dejesus
(De-HEY-sues) also tried to kill her.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


The young woman testified she saw Phil Dennis Clayborne, Junior standing over Dejesus holding a towel.
She says Clayborne then tried to strangle her before he forced her to hide out in a motel with him.
SUPER=03-Danville/July 13;


Dejesus' body was found last July behind a residence in Danville.
One of Clayborne's former cell mates also testified against him.
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SOT
IN Q=Why did

((BILL FULLER/DANVILLE COMMONWEALTH'S ATTY: WHY DID HE SAY HE CHOKED HIM? JAMES TOTTEN/PROSECUTION WITNESS: A DEAL THAT WENT SOUR. BILL FULLER/DANVILLE COMMONWEALTH'S ATTY: A ROBBERY THAT WENT SOUR? JAMES TOTTEN/PROSECUTION WITNESS: YES, SIR. BILL FULLER: WHAT DID HE MEAN BY THAT? JAMES TOTTEN: THAT HE WAS TRYING TO ROBB THE MAN BUT EVIDENTLY THE MAN PUT UP A STRUGGLE. ))
SUPER=01-James Totten/Prosecution Witness; :00
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OUT Q=put up a struggle.
ANCHOR=KEITH
SS=Hold


The defense is expected to call witnesses tomorrow when trial resumes.
Another man is also charged with Dejesus' murder.
Bryant Lymont Powell is scheduled for trial next month.




Honaker


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#95-114
GRAPHIC=Ed Honaker


Ed Honaker's attorney says his client is going to make it -- but he could really use some help from the state.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


Lawmakers today had to wrestle with how much help to give the Roanoke man who was imprisoned by mistake for ten years.
Honaker's request was 750- thousand dollars, but that was quickly scaled down to about a half million.
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SOT 41:57
IN Q=That's a quantum

((DEL. KENNETH MELVIN/D-PORTSMOUTH: THAT'S A QUANTUM LEAP IN TERMS OF THE AMOUNTS OF RECOMPENSE THAT THIS COMMITTEE HAS EVER PAID OUT. I KNOW THIS IS A HORRIBLE SITUATION, BUT ARE WE READY TO TAKE THAT LEAP?))
sot 32:25 tape one

((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM/D-ROANOKE: WE CAN'T RECOMPENSE SOMEONE FOR THE KAFKAESQUE HORROR OF KNOWING YOU'RE NOT GUILTY BUT TO KNOW FOR TEN YEARS THAT YOU MAY WELL SPEND THE REST OF YOUR NATURAL LIFE -- 85-PERCENT OF IT -- BEHIND BARS FOR SOMETHING YOU DIDN'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH.))
SUPER=01-Del. Kenneth Melvin/(D) Portsmouth;
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OUT Q=do with.
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VO-NAT


The claims committee put the issue off for a few days to study what's been done in other states.
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Rubatex


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#96-13
GRAPHIC=Rubatex


Residents in the Bedford area have been anxiously awaiting a series of company-wide meetings held today by Rubatex.
The rubber and foam rubber maker is the city's largest employer, and its parent company was recently purchased by a New York investment group.
Len Besthoff says that instead of confirming the workers' worst fears, the company instead appears willing to spend some money to upgrade the plant.
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IN Q=Rubatex employees
SUPER=03-Bedford; :00
SUPER=01-Cinderella Brown/Rubatex Employee; :12
SUPER=01-Bob White/Rubatex Employee; :23
SUPER=@Len1; :33
SUPER=01-Gary English/Rubatex Employee; :51
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OUT Q=LB, News-7.



((Rubatex employees look pleased following a speech by the company's new president, Frank Roland.
The workers say Roland wants more productivity, timely shipments, and better quality control.
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SOT 07:50:54
IN Q=They want us

((CINDERELLA BROWN/RUBATEX EMPLOYEE: THEY WANT US TO ALL WORK TOGETHER AND COOPERATE, SO THEY'LL DO BETTER.))
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OUT Q=do better.


And if all that happens, a multi-million-dollar plant renovation could be on the way.
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SOT 07:58:03
IN Q=Well they said the first

((BOB WHITE/RUBATEX EMPLOYEE: WELL, THEY SAID THE FIRST PHASE WAS THREE-POINT-THREE-MILLION I THINK, OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT. Q: WHAT ABOUT AFTER THAT? A: IT WOULD BE AN ADDITIONAL TWO, OR WHATEVER IT COMES TO. ))
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IN Q=This news came

((This news came as a relief to many of these workers here, because earlier this week they were told to come here for a mandatory meeting, topic unknown, and many of them assumed the worst.))
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OUT Q=assumed the worst.
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SOT 07:58:30
IN Q=Ah well yeah there

((WHITE: AH WELL YEAH THERE WERE A LOT OF RUMORS THAT THERE'D BE LAYOFFS, AND THINGS LIKE THAT, BUT NOTHING'S HAPPENED YET.))
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OUT Q=nothing's happened yet.
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SOT 08:04:48
IN Q=The president

((GARY ENGLISH/RUBATEX EMPLOYEE: THE PRESIDENT MADE A REAL GOOD PRESENTATION AND I THINK A LOT OF PEOPLE WERE PRETTY MUCH DISMISSED OF THE IDEA OF LIKE I SAID LAYOFFS, AND JOB CUTS.))
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OUT Q=and job cuts.


Rubatex employs about a thousand people in Bedford, and it plays a large role in keeping the city's jobless rate among the lowest in the state.
Len Besthoff, News-7.))
Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


Still to come on News 7 at Six-- Is a compromise in the works when it comes to reforming Virginia's juvenile justice system?
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VO-NAT
Also--reports of his demise have been greatly exaggerated---AGAIN.


A Roanoke funeral director has spent the day convincing family and friends he's alive and well.
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wx ad lib Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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STABBING


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-11
GRAPHIC=None


A Danville woman who police say was stabbed in the chest by her husband is in serious condition.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/Yesterday;


16- year old Medley Clark was taken to the hospital yesterday afternoon.
Investigators say she was stabbed at the couple's home in Ringgold.
Authorities have charged 18- year old Christopher Lindley Clark with aggravated malicious wounding.
He remains in the Chatham jail.
The couple's three month old baby was treated for a minor cut to her leg.
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Juvenile-Justice


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#95-115
GRAPHIC=Session 96


Two hours before lawmakers heard a flurry of protest in a public hearing this afternoon, the Governor and Democratic leaders announced a bi- partisan compromise on juvenile justice reform.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


Democrats and Republicans shook on a deal today that would send more violent juveniles to adult courts -- but leave some discretion to prosecutors and judges.
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((DEL. JERRAULD JONES/D-NORFOLK: THE COMPROMISE WE OFFER TODAY REFLECTS A CONCERN AND COMMITMENT TO BE RESPONSIVE TO THE VAST MAJORITY OF YOUNG PEOPLE WHO COME BEFORE THE JUVENILE COURT ON MINOR CHARGES AND ARE IN NEED OF REMEDIATION TO TURN THEIR LIVES AROUND.))
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The compromise still faces legislative scrutiny -- but is fully funded in the Governor's proposed budget.
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ADAPT-Folo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-4
GRAPHIC=Welfare in Virginia


Social Service Departments around the state are reacting with anxiety and confusion to the news the Allen Administration has put on hold a computer system that would automate much of the new welfare system.
Double Boxes=Keith and Ellen/State Microwave


Ellen Qualls is in the state capitol newsroom.
What's the confusion the local departments are having?
LIVE=Ellen Full/State Microwave
SUPER=@Ellen1;


Keith, the Administration told us yesterday it's stepping back from what is says is a flawed ADAPT system, and studying whether to turn it over to a private vendor.
SUPER=05-Richmond;


Roanoke's department was to start training on this thing last week.
Now local departments around the state say they haven't been told what's wrong with a system they think would make their jobs easier right now.
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SUPER=01-Michael Evans/Richmond Social Service Dir.; :13
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(( In Richmond's Department of Social Services, training is going on now to transfer to a new system that would make sense out of the complex web of Medicaid, food stamps, and AFDC benefits.
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((MICHAEL EVANS/RICHMOND SOCIAL SERVICE DIR.: WE'RE ONE OF THE LARGEST AGENCIES IN THE STATE. WE CAN'T AFFORD TO STOP WHAT WE'RE DOING BECAUSE THE AGENCY WOULD HAVE TO STOP ITS OPERATIONS. WE'VE GOT TO PROCEED AS IF THIS THING IS STILL ON LINE. AND KEEP OUR FINGERS CROSSED.))
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The Administration says it's committed to getting some kind of automated system in place -- even if ADAPT is scrapped, and a private vendor has to take over.
sot 02:18:13

((MICHAEL EVANS: THE REAL HARDSHIP FOR US WILL BE THE LACK OF CLERICAL STAFF. OVER THE LAST TWO TO THREE YEARS, WE'VE BEEN REDUCING THE NUMBERS OF CLERICAL STAFF THAT WOULD HAVE PERFORMED THE FUNCTIONS THAT ARE TO BE PERFORMED BY THE ADAPT SYSTEM.))
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LIVE=Ellen Full/State Microwave
SUPER=05-Richmond;


In Roanoke, no layoffs have occurred.
But the big question is when will a system be provided, because there's NO more money in the Governor's two year budget to deal with it.
That raises the political question of whether putting this computer system on hold was needed to balance the Governor's budget or was needed because it was NOT working.
DOUBLE BOX=Keith and Ellen/State Microwave


An interesting sub-text, Keith, is that the Governor's first Social Services Commissioner resigned abruptly, giving no reason earlier this month.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=Stocks
GRAPHIC=NONE


On Wall Street stocks got a boost after two key interest rates were cut by the Federal Reserve Board.
The Dow gained nearly 14 points for another record close.
NASDAQ was up eight and a half points.
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L'burg-Council


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-2
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg Seal


Lynchburg's city council elections are still more than three months away, but the political maneuverings have already begun.
Incumbent Larry Carey's decision not to seek re- election has Republicans and Democrats alike scrambling for position.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :00
SUPER=01-Charlie Judd/Lynchburg Republican Chairman; :27
SUPER=01-Ray Perkins/Lynchburg Democratic Chairman; :55
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(( Larry Carey's decision not to seek re- election to his Ward I seat this May has sent ripples through the Lynchburg political scene.
Recently- appointed at- large member Dr. Robert Vogel may now run for Carey's seat...leaving at least two Republicans to vie for Vogel's at- large post.
Add to that former party chairman Robert Garber's decision to take on incumbent Republican Jim Curling in Ward III, and you have the makings of a political firestorm for the GOP.
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SOT 7:07:38//7:05:17
IN Q=I'm probably not

((CHARLIE JUDD/LYNCHBURG REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN: I'M PROBABLY NOT GOING TO HAVE TO PUT ON A STRIPED SHIRT AND A WHISTLE BUT I THINK IF WE KEEP THE DIALOGUE OPEN AND HONEST THAT WILL PROBABLY DO THE JOB. THERE WAS A TIME WHEN THE PARTY COULD MEET IN A PHONE BOOTH, AND NOW WE HAVE CANDIDATES, ACTUALLY WE HAVE A CHOICE OF CANDIDATES FOR THE SAME POSITION AND THAT'S A GOOD SIGN.))
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On the other hand, aside from incumbent Junius Haskins, Lynchburg Democrats could find themselves scrambling to fill some spaces on the ballot.
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IN Q=It's difficult

((RAY PERKINS/LYNCHBURG DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN: IT'S DIFFICULT TO ASK CITIZENS TO TAKE TIME OUT OF THEIR BUSY SCHEDULES TO MAKE SUCH A COMMITMENT TO COUNCIL AND THAT'S REALLY WHAT PEOPLE ARE PONDERING RIGHT NOW.))
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IN Q=Perkins says Democrats

((Perkins says many Democrats who might be willing to run get discouraged by the perception that taking on Republicans in a city like Lynchburg is an uphill battle. Still they hope to capitalize on the potential for disunity within the GOP this spring. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.))


Sports tease


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=none


Words from Magic Johnson to come-- you've heard of the 1 million dollar basketball shot, now a million is up from grabs for a fan at the Pro Bowl,
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VO-NAT


and we will catch up with Jeff Adkins, a former Martinsville All-American who has a million dollar private school team.
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S-Magic


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=BB96-1
GRAPHIC=Magic Johnson


After four years of retirement; Magic Johnson made his return to the Lakers last night against the Golden State Warriors at the Fabulous Forum.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Inglewood, CA/Last Night; :00


Magic walked onto his old Forum floor to a standing ovation, but he admitted the butterflies were flowing.
The 36 year old averaged 19 points, 11 assists, and 7 rebounds over his NBA career. Last night, he picked up where he left off; He scored 19 points dished out 10 assists pulled down 8 rebounds.
Add this specatuclar move against Latrell Spreewell to the list.
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((MAGIC JOHNSON/LAKER POWER FORWARD:))
SUPER=01-Magic Johnson/Laker Power Forward; :00
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OUT Q=...help me out"
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VO-NAT(Con't)


Magic sparked his team to a season high 72 points in the first half and the lakers went on to beat Golden State 128 to 118. But this Friday, Magic and his Lakers face the NBA's best team in Chicago at the Forum.
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IN Q="Michael
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OUT Q=..."versatile"
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S-Hokies


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=Tech Hoops


The 13th ranked Virginia Tech Hokies will be shooting for their 15th consecutive home court win at the Cassell tonight when they battle UNC Greensboro.
The visiting Spartans are 13 and 4 and they lead the Big South Conference with a perfect 7 and OH mark.
The Hokies are 14 and 2after beating St. Joseph's Monday night. Tip off tonight is scheduled for 7pm.

S-Adkins


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=BB96-2
GRAPHIC=High school hoops


Carlisle is currently the number one ranked independent school in the state. The Chiefs are coached by an all-american who relates to his players just as he did with his teamamtes.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Last Night; :00


Jeff Adkins, who was an All-American at martinsville high school, is in his third year of coaching at carlisle. Adkins played at Maryland under Lefty driesell.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=ICE-95
GRAPHIC=Express


The Roanoke Express plays Richmond, Hampton Roads and then Raleigh over a three day span this coming weekend.
Lately, good things have come in three's. Last night; the team won it's third straight, beating Nashville 2-1.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Knights vs. Express; :00


Matt DelGuidice played between the pipes and came up with a few big saves early to set the tone. He finished with 29 saves.
Jason Clarke scored his 17th goal of the season, on the assist from Karry Biette in the first period.
Ilja SUPER=34-Roanoke/=2/Nashville/=1 ;

Dukov scored his 10th goal of the season. Credit the assists to Tim Christian and Jeff Jablonski. Roanoke is now 25-20 and 2 on the season.
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S-Kick


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=SMA
TAPE#=S6-1
GRAPHIC=NONE


Finally, police officer Michael Volino has been given a chance to bank a million bucks.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-New York;


The sergaent has won a chance to kick a 35-yard field goal and win a million dollars at the Pro-Bowl in Hawaii. If he makes it; he keeps the mil, if he misses he still wins 5 grand! Volino has hired New York Jets special teams coach Ken Rhodes for a crash course in booting.
He admits he isn't a football player and he's happy just for the opportunity.
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Tomlinson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=tho
TAPE#95-111
GRAPHIC=None


A misprint in the newspaper has brought a lot of PUBLICITY into one man's life.
Intern Reporter Tracey Hoffman has more on this mistake of a lifetime.
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IN Q=Charles Tomlinson spent
SUPER=03-Ridgeway; :00
SUPER=01-Charles Tomlinson/Funeral Home Director; :30
SUPER=19-Tracey Hoffman; 1:17
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OUT Q=Tracey Hoffman, News 7.

((Charles Tomlinson spent the morning answering telephone calls and faxing information explaining how he's NOT REALLY DEAD.
The Roanoke Times obituaries reported yesterday that the musician turned funeral home director died January 27th.
This isn't the first time the lively 60-year-old has been listed as deceased in the Roanoke Times.
The first notice came out last November.
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SOT 2:15:10-2:15:15 TAPE #1
IN Q=As a matter

((CHARLES TOMLINSON/TOMLINSON FUNERAL HOME DIRECTOR; AS A MATTER OF FACT, I WENT TO A COUPLE OF PLACES THIS MORNING AND THE FIRST THING THEY SAID WAS "HEY YOU'RE NOT DEAD!"))
SUPER=Charles Tomlinson
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OUT Q=you're not dead.


Tomlinson attributes all the confusion to the faxes of obituary notices that he sends to the newspaper.
The Roanoke Times issued a statement on the mistake saying that it was due to human error.
The newspaper also said that changes have been made in its proofreading techniques to prevent this in the future.
Out of all the publicity and phone calls that Charlie Tomlinson has received from--dying twice and still being alive to tell about it--he says there are just a FEW phone calls that really mean the most.
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SOT 2:14:32-2:14:45 tape #1
IN Q=And I guess

((AND I GUESS WHAT YOU REALLY APPRECIATE IS WHEN YOUR FRIENDS CALL... AND THEY HAVE RESPONDED, THEY REALLY HAVE. AND THAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE-ITKEEPS YOU GOING, AND YOU KNOW EVERYTHING'S OKAY THEN.))
STANDUP TAG 3:20:45 TAPE #2


Charlie Tomlinson remembers when he made music with Hee-Haw's Roy Clark, but weekend gospel show. Tracey Hoffman, News 7.)) as far as he's concerned, he's just glad he can keep on making music on his