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Up next on News 7 at Eleven-
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A graduate student is found dead on the Virginia Tech Campus. We'll have a report.
As expected, Bob Dole wins the Iowa Caucuses.
We'll also tell you who came in second.
And new rules for exotic clubs in Montgomery County.
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News 7 at eleven is next.

Tech-Body


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For the second time in two days police are investigating the death of a college student in Southwest Virginia.
Authorities are still awaiting blood test results to determine what killed a Radford University student found dead in her dorm room Saturday.
Today, VIRGINIA TECH police recovered a body of a graduate student on THAT campus.
Tracy Altizer reports.
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(( 27 year- old Theresa Cortney Gillespie was working on her masters degree in English.
Her husband, Clyde Gillespie says she was a published poet.
Her body was found inside a fenced- in ROTC repelling area, with no VISIBLE signs of foul play.
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((DAVID NUTTER/UNIVERSITY RELATIONS: A STUDENT WAS COMING THROUGH THIS PATH AREA THAT'S HEAVILY TRAVELED BY STUDENTS AND SAW SOME CLOTHES IN SOME LEAVES. HE THOUGHT IT LOOKED SUSPICIOUS, HE CALLED THE VIRGINIA TECH POLICE, WE SENT SOME OFFICERS OVER AROUND 2:30 OR 3:00 AND THAT'S WHEY THEY DISCOVERED THAT THERE WAS A BODY THERE. ))
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Gillespie's husband told News-7 he last saw Theresa Saturday when they had dinner at Maxwell's in Blacksburg.
He says he didn't report her missing because she had taken trips with friends without telling him before.
The couple lived on Harrell Street in Blacksburg. Theresa's body was found just a couple of blocks away, in an area where her husband says the two often went jogging together.
Her body has been sent for an autopsy to determine how she died.
Tracy Altizer, News 7.))

Exotic-Dancers


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NEWSCAST=11 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#96-17
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They call it exotic dancing-- but to many in Montgomery County, their performances are obscene.
Tonight, the county board of supervisors passed an ordinance that'll put a controversial strip club under wraps.
Kimberly McBroom explains.
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SUPER=07-Lisa Turner; :12
SUPER=07-Joe Painter; :32
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SUPER=01-Keith Guthrie/Juicie's Exotic Cabaret; :57
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(( Lately, the movers and shakers of Montgomery County aren't necessarily the business types-- and that has many residents upset.
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((LISA TURNER: OUR POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS ENOUGH TO DO, OUR SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT HAS ENOUGH TO DO, ON THEIR HANDS. THEY DON'T NEED THIS RUNNING BACKWARDS AND FORWARDS ON THIS ROCK ROAD OUT HERE-- SEEING WHO'S FIGHTING OVER THIS WOMAN, AND WHO'S FIGHTING OVER THAT WOMAN. WE DON'T NEED THIS IN OUR COMMUNITY. ))
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Others say while the first ammendment protects freedom of expression-- it doesn't protect strip clubs.
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((JOE PAINTER: WELL, I TELL YOU THAT THE FOUNDING FATHERS NEVER INTENDED THE CONSTITUTION AND THE BILL OF RIGHTS TO BE USED TO JUSTIFY THE LEWD, THE CRUDE, AND THE PERVERSION OF OUR LIVES. ))
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After hearing these concerns, the board approved an ammendment to its obscenity code.
The ordinance requires all women to wear at least, the equivalent of a bikini while in public.
Juicie's owner says he was surprised the board decided so quickly on the ordinance-- which he calls unfair.
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((KEITH GUTHRIE/JUICIE'S EXOTIC CABARET: IF THERE HAD BEEN PROBLEMS AND EVERYTHING THAT WAS SAID-- IF THERE WAS PROOF, FINE. BUT, NO. IT'S EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE. WE'VE HAD RECORD ATTENDANCE CROWDS EVERY NIGHT. THE PLACE IS PACKED, EVERYBODY'S HAD A GREAT TIME. SO, OBVIOUSLY, SOMEBODY IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY DOES SUPPORT US.))
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: DESPITE THE BOARD'S UNANIMOUS APPROVAL OF THE ORDINANCE, GUTHRIE SAYS HE'LL FIGHT TO KEEP JUICIE'S OPEN-- AND THE DANCERS ONSTAGE. KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. ))
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Also tonight, Radford City Council passed two ordinances to prohibit public nudity and obscenity.
No word on how exactly the new regulations will affect Radford's new exotic club, Bumpers Cafe.

Iowa


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#NEt
GRAPHIC=Campaign 96


Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole has captured the Iowa Republican Caucuses.
Regina Blakely reports on Dole's win and tells us who took second place.
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SUPER=01-Pat Buchanan/(R) Presidential Candidate;
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Simpson


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
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Faye Resnick told attorneys O-J Simpson repeatedly beat and kicked his ex-wife while she was pregnant.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-New York City;


She also said Simpson struck Nicole with wine bottles.
Resnick is Nicole Brown Simpson's former roommate.
She finished three days giving a deposition in the case against Simpson.
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((DANIEL PETROCELLI/GOLDMAN FAMILY ATTORNEY: SHE DOES HAVE VERY POWERFUL TESTIMONY. IN PARTICULAR SHE HAS HAD DIRECT CONVERSATIONS WITH MR. SIMPSON AS WELL AS NICOLE DURING THE LAST SEVERAL WEEKS PRECEDING NICOLE AND RON'S DEATH.))
SUPER=01-Daniel Petrocelli/Goldman Family Lawyer; 00
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OUT Q=and Ron's death."
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SUPER=03-March/1995;


Petrocelli says Resnick also saw Simpson use cocaine- which directly conflicts his testimony.
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Still to come on the newscast, a former Danville police officer says he was fired unjustly,
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and we'll tell you why some people are upset with a police confrontation that landed a suspect in the Hospital this weekend and in court today.
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Leftwich


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#96-5
GRAPHIC=Roanoke City Seal


Both the Roanoke City Police and State Police Internal Affairs are investigating a routine traffic stop that landed a man in the hospital and later in jail.
Now some community leaders say they want justice.
Ron Jones reports.
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IN Q=30-year-old Steven
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=04-Yesterday; :
SUPER=01-Steven Leftwich/Defendant; :44
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(( 30-year-old Steven Leftwich had to be assisted by his mom to judge's bench this morning.
One eye closed shut, limping and with a swollen face... he alleges Roanoke City Police Officers beat him without cause.
However, police contend Leftwich attacked two officers and a trooper during a traffic stop.
The incident happened Sunday morning on Campbell Avenue around 3:30.
The driver, Leftwich's cousin William Hayden says the police pulled him over for a broken taillight.
He says during the stop police ordered Leftwich out of the passenger seat to question him.
Hayden says that's when the beating began.
We attempted unsuccessfully to speak with one of the officers identified by Leftwich as being involved in the altercation.
((STEVEN LEFTWICH/DEFENDANT: WE'RE NOT TRYING TO CAUSE A LOT OF TROUBLE, WE JUST WANT JUSTICE SERVED. WE DON'T WANT THIS TO HAPPEN TO ANYBODY ELSE. WE JUST WANT THIS CUT OUT BECAUSE IT WAS WRONG... IT WAS JUST WRONG.)) ((WILLIAM HAYDEN/DRIVER: MY COUSIN WAS TREATED LIKE AN ANIMAL, BEAT DOWN LIKE AN ANIMAL WHEN HE DID NOTHING TO DESERVE IT. AND THEY HAD ME AT GUN POINT AND BASICALLY LET ME WATCH HIM GET BEAT.))
Community leaders are concerned a fair trial is out of the question in Roanoke. ((PERNELLER WILSON/S.C.L.C. PRESIDENT: I WISH THAT THE CASE BE MOVED OUT OF THE CITY OF ROANOKE, COMPLETELY OUT OF THE STATE... BECAUSE WE KNOW THE GOOD OLE BOY NETWORK HERE. AND I DON'T FEEL THAT HE WOULD GET JUSTICE HERE TO START WITH.))
Police say the details of this investigation won't be out until the investigation is complete. ))

Danville-Police


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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A former Danville police officer wants a jury to restore his badge and his reputation.
Jeffrey Williams says he was fired for releasing confidential police information.
Williams maintains he was really fired for looking into allegations of police misconduct.
Teresa Hamilton has more.
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((
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((JEFFREY WILLIAMS/FORMER DANVILLE POLICE OFFICER: THIS PERSON THAT I WAS TAKING THIS COMPLAINT FROM HAD MORE THAN A LEGITIMATE COMPLAINT. ))
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Jeffrey Williams is referring to allegations of police misconduct made by his distant relative, Pam Carter.
Williams say Carter was upset about the night she and her husband were brought in for questioning surrounding the murder of a Danville Winn Dixie store manager.
He says Pam Carter complained she was in handcuffs and so scared she urinated on herself, but wasn't allowed to change clothes.
No charges related to the case were ever filed against the couple-- but Williams say the fact he looked into the matter cost him his job.
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IN Q=During the investigation

((DURING THE INVESTIGATION, I FOUND OUT I HAD REPORTED THE COMPLAINT TO THE PEOPLE SHE WAS COMPLAINING ON THAT'S WHEN I BELIEVE THINGS STARTED TURNING SOUR TOWARD ME.))
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Bill Hicklin is Williams' attorney. He thinks Williams' case was meant to be an example to other cops who question the department's practices.
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((BILL HICKLIN/WILLIAMS' ATTORNEY: ANY SUSPICION THAT ANY POLICE OFFICER WOULD ACTUALLY COME FORWARD WITH WHAT'S ACTUALLY GOING ON IS INTOLERABLE AND THAT OFFICER WILL BE FIRED TO SILENCE THAT OFFICER AND TO INTIMIDATE ANY OTHERS WHO MIGHT CONSIDER COMING FORWARD.))
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Danville's police chief isn't commenting on Williams' case, nor that of a Danville businessman.
Sam Sakellaris, Junior says he was beaten by two Danville police officers during a routine traffic stop.
In his lawsuit, he further alleges, the practice was tolerated and encouraged by upper brass. Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))

College-Transfers


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-2
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Students at Wytheville Community College planning to pursue a four- year degree at Radford University will find transferring easier.
The schools have struck a guaranteed admission agreement for students who sign a letter of intent with Radford and graduate with a "C" average from Wytheville.
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Radford hopes to increase its enrollment.
And W-C-C students who opt for the deal will receive the same privileges as Radford students while at Wytheville.
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((WILLIAM SNYDER/WCC PRESIDENT: MANY TIMES WHEN STUDENTS TRANSFER THEY HAVE TO TAKE THE COURSES THAT ARE LEFT, THEY HAVE TO TAKE THE HOUSING THAT IS LEFT, THEY GET LESS ADVICE AND COUNSEL FROM STUDENT SERVICES AREA. THIS ELIMINATES THOSE DIFFERENCES. ))
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((DOUGLAS COVINGTON/RADFORD UNIV. PRESIDENT: WE WANT TO BOOST OUR ENROLLMENT, WE WANT TO ATTRACT QUALITY STUDENTS, AND USUALLY STUDENTS WHO GRADUATE FROM COMMUNITY COLLEGES HAVE A SERIOUSNESS OF PURPOSE.))
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SUPER=01-Douglas Covington/Radford Univ. President;
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Radford has a similar agreement with Virginia Western in Roanoke, and it's exploring the possibilities with other community colleges.
Tease#2

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Coming up next on the newscast, two companies reach the finish line with area road races,
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VO-NAT


And we'll what happens when bike racers take a detour through a Belgium pub.
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MUSIC UP FULL
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Sponsorships


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#96-1
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This news will leave running enthusiasts flatfooted.
Sponsors of the two largest races in the Roanoke Valley are pulling out.
Len Besthoff has the story.
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SUPER=01-Donna Musselwhite/Shenandoah Life Insurance; :13
SUPER=01-Wendi Schultz/Festival In The Park;:41
SUPER=@Len1; :51
SUPER=01-Dave Oliver/Star City Striders; 1:04
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(( Shenandoah Life Insurance says a renovation of its headquarters and a systems conversion will prevent it from holding its ninth annual four-miler.
The spring race had upwards of 600 runners during the last few years.
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((DONNA MUSSELWHITE/SHENANDOAH LIFE INSURANCE: WHAT WE'RE LOOKING AT RIGHT NOW IS TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW WE CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE VALLEY IN SOME OTHER WAYS TO MAKE UP FOR NOT HAVING THE RACE THIS YEAR.))
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And News-7 has learned the five-and-10-k races held in June during Festival In The Park will no longer be sponsored by First Union.
The Festival won't name names, but it may have another backer for the event that had 1500 participants last year.
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((WENDI SCHULTZ/FESTIVAL IN THE PARK: WE LEARNED IN THE BEGINNING OF LAST WEEK THAT FIRST UNION HAS DECIDED NOT TO DO THE RACE THIS YEAR. SO OF COURSE WE WERE THINKING HMMMM...LET'S GO TALK TO SOME OTHER FOLKS AND WE HAVE TALKED TO ANOTHER COMPANY THAT HAS INTEREST.))
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((So is this an indication that the corporate sponsorship of running events is going downhill? One local running group says no, it's just a case in which two sponsors both had recent changes in management and philosophy.))
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((DAVE OLIVER/STAR CITY STRIDERS: RUNNING SEEMS TO BE AS POPULAR AS EVER, AND ACTUALLY INCREASING. I THINK THE CORPORATE DOLLARS, OR CORPORATIONS ARE LOOKING AT OTHER AREAS MAYBE TO SPREAD THEIR DOLLARS.))
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The Star City Striders say some new races have been held here in the past few years, and some other organizations are considering starting up a large scale event.
Len Besthoff, News-7.

Bike-Race


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NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tbr
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Stopping off for a quick one took on special meaning this weekend in a Belgium tavern.
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VO-NAT CBS Feed 16:08
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That's because an annual bicycle race passes right through the pub.
The bikers enter from the back door, pedal through the main room, and exit out the front.
The race attracts fans from far away.
Organizers route the race through the tavern to avoid a detour. Also they say it just more fun this way.
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Wx-Tape
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S-Roll


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=College hoops


Mike Stevens will have a report from daytona, Highlights from the Parry MCluer game and the Northside contest, plus, there was no ordinary Joe at VMI tonight, but first the Associated Press top 25.
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Chyron in motionb
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S-VMI


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-BB96-2
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VMI hosted Furman last night in a game that marked the return of VMI's all time wins leader, Joe Cantafio to Cameron Hall.
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SUPER=03-Lexington/Keydets vs. Paladins;


This was no ordinary "Joe", but the corps of cadets didn't exactly roll out the red carpet for their former coach, who left for Furman two years ago.
VMI took an early 12 point lead. Lester Johnson picks up the loose rock and puts it in.
Then watch Lawrence Gullette nail the area code trey for 3 of his 20 on the night.
But the Paladins tried to make a game of it. Chuck Vincent scores down low with the nice move in the post.
Vincent's teammate, Jason Stewart then got hot. He hits the open 3 to trim the Keydet lead to 6 at the break.
In the second half. VMI pulls away with a 27 to 7 run and cruises to its
SUPER=33-VMI/=83/Furman/=57;

first win over Furman in 5 years, 83 to 57.
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(( ))
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SUPER=01-Maurice Spencer/13 points, 2 assists;
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S-Blues


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=mve
TAPE#-S5-26
GRAPHIC=High School Hoops


Covington and Parry McClure met in High School Hoops last week. Last night the Pioneer District rematch was staged in Buena Vista.
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SUPER=03-Buena Vista/Cougars vs. Blues


Covington's William Stewart cans the long jumper, and the Cougars led by 3 at the half.
Cory Whitaker keeps it going in the second half. He gets the steal and goes coast to coast for the lay-in.
The Blues would hang tough on their home court. Boo Rowsey arouses the
SUPER=33-Covington/=53/Parry McCluer/=51;

Parry McClure faithful with the jumper, but it wouldn't be enough. Covington goes on to win 53 to 51.
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S-Northside


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=BB96-1
GRAPHIC=High School Hoops


Northside beat William Byrd tonight to earn a share of first place in the Blue Ridge with Salem. The Terriers played without their head coach Paul Bernard,
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Terriers vs. Vikings; :00


who got one too many technicals over the weekend, so assistant Dave Culicerto took over.
Byrd with teamwork. Mayo Wilson to Frank English who hits Chris Blackwell
SUPER=33-Northside/=59/William Byrd/=45;

in the corner for a three pointer.
The Vikings answer. Justin Porterfield drives and dishes to a cutting Dwone Steele. He rattles one. Northside wins 59-45.
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S-Morrison


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-1
GRAPHIC=Boxing


Magic Johnson was first. Now, another high profile professional athlete, this time a boxer, has been inflicted with a killer.
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IN Q="Tommy Morrison...

((TONY HOLDEN/MORRISON'S MANAGER:))
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OUT Q=...Nevada"
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He was supposed to fight Saturday. The announcement came in an afternoon news conference today. Morrison is having more tests done and is spending time with his family but did release a statement.
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IN Q="I feel
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Now lets check the numbers
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S-Score


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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Cyron in motion
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Sports tease


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=none


And still to come tonight;
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VO-NAT


Mike Stevens says Dale is making waves in Daytona...that's dale Jarrett. His story in a few.
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S-Daytona


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=R-31
GRAPHIC=Daytona


One of the many plots that everyone knew would develop this week during Daytona 500 preparations was whether or not Dale Earnhardt would shake the monkey off his back an finally win the 500.
But as Mike Stevens explains, it the other Dale who has captured most of the lime light so far.
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SUPER=03-Daytona Beach, FL/This Morning; :00
SUPER=01-Dale Jarrett/Quality Care Ford Driver; :15
SUPER=04-Busch Clash/CBS; :32
SUPER=01-Ned Jarrett/Dale's Dad; :43
SUPER=01-Eddie Wood/Wood Brothers Crew Chief; 1:26
SUPER=@Mike1; 1:31
RUNS=1:44
OUT Q=...News 7 sports"
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S-Zook


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#S6-2
GRAPHIC=NFL


Newspaper reports out of Florida reported today that former Virginia Tech football assistant Ron Zook has been named the defensive Coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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SUPER=03-Gainesville, FL; :00


In five years at Florida, Zook has served as defensive coordinator, special teams coach and associate head coach. He was Frank Beamer's first defensive
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Jackson


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Jackson


Michael Jackson did a rooftop dance in a Rio Slum-
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VO-NAT


It's part of his latest music video.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Rio de Janeiro, Brazil;


Crowds crammed the neighborhood to watch.
Hundreds of police surrounded the area.
Local leaders alleged Jackson had negotiated with drug traffickers to get the OK to film.
They said to enter Brazil, Jackson needs a Visa. To enter a shantytown, you need an OK from drug traffickers.
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Cheerleaders


ANCHOR=jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-7
GRAPHIC=NONE


They may not have won... but they're winners in the eyes of Botetourt County residents.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Members of the Lord Botetourt Cheerleading Squad returned home from a national competition in Orlando, Florida.
They were the only representatives from Southwest Virginia.
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SOT 05:47
IN Q=We were not

((SHELLY ROBERTS/COACH: WE WERE NOT FUNDED TO GO. WE RAISED OUR MONEY TO GO. SO THE GIRLS REALLY HAD IT IN THEIR HEADS TO GO, SINCE THEY HAD TO PAY FOR IT. ))
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OUT Q=had to pay for it.
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This is the second time in three years Lord Botetourt qualified for the event.
The girls said they pulled together-- during the competition and at Disney World.
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SOT 04:24
IN Q=We got to

((CHRISTY FONS/CO-CAPTAIN: WE GOT TO RIDE RIDES TOGETHER. WE GOT TO DO THE TOWER OF TERROR DROP. A 13- STORY DROP. WE ALL DID THAT TOGETHER. WE GOT OUR PICTURE TAKEN ON IT. AND THAT WAS REALLY GOOD FOR OUR SQUAD. WE HAD A REALLY GOOD TIME. ))
SUPER=01-Christy Fons/Co-Captain;
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=really good time.
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The cheerleading competition will be broadcast on E-S-P-N next month. SS=NONE