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Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX:
An arrest in a double murder in Pittsylvania County.
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ANCHOR=Keith


Wythe County's ousted administrator says county supervisors held an illegal meeting to get rid of him.
And the 20-dollar tax prep deal ...if you live in the right locality.

Sports-head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Tonight in sports, Roanoke and Randy-Mac advance to tomorrow ODAC women's title game.
Bart & Dean talk about last night VMI tilt in Chapel Hill.
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And CHevy proves to be solid as a Rock, as Terry Labonte wins the pole for Sunday Goodwrench 400 at Rockingham.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
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The atmosphere gets busy this weekend as strong westerly winds clear out the clouds tomorrow afternoon. Details straight ahead.

Pitts-Murder


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-2
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


The search is over for a 24- year old man wanted for a double murder this week in Pittsylvania county.
This afternoon, Mark Anthony Carter was arrested without incident in the community of Axton.
DOUBLE BOXES=KEITH and TERESA/Microwave


Teresa Hamilton was there and joins us now from our Danville newsroom.
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Keith, authorities apparently received a tip around one- this afternoon from a caller who'd spotted Carter's vehicle.
As you might expect, authorities in Pittsylvania and Henry County as well as family members are very relieved.
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((DARYL HAIRSTON/VICTIM'S BROTHER: SHE WAS VERY ENERGETIC ABOUT DOING STUFF, IF SHE WANTED TO DO SOMETHING, SHE WOULD DO IT, SHE WAS REALLY HAPPY ALL THE TIME. ))
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19-year old Sherell Hairston was Daryl's younger sister.
On Tuesday-- family members were notified of her death.
The young woman's body and that of her 25- year old boyfriend, Darrell Womack, were discovered outside an abandoned store in the Sandy River Community of Pittsylvania County.
Today-- police located their main suspect.
Based on an anonymous call, they went to a home on Route 610 in the community of Axton.
It was there they spotted Mark Anthony Carter's vehicle and moved in.
Incidentally, this was the second time this week Carter's come face to face with an officer.
On Sunday, he told Henry County police he'd been robbed at gunpoint while on his way to pick up a pizza using 100- dollars in cash belonging to a relative.
Authorities suspect his story was a hoax.
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((LT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: THE DISTURBING PART IS, IS THAT IN THE EVENT THIS IS FALSE, IT ALARMS EVERYONE IN THE AXTON AREA THAT WE HAVE TWO DESPERADOES IN THE AREA THAT DON'T EVEN EXIST IF IT DIDN'T OCCUR. ))
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Double Boxes=Keith and /Microwave
(Is Carter well known by police in Henry County?)





B'burg-Shooting


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-17
GRAPHIC=Shooting


Blacksburg police are investigating the deaths of two people found shot to death in a town home this afternoon.
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It happened at 233 Fairfax Point just before four o-clock.
A neighbor called police after hearing gunshots.
Police have identified the victims only as one male and one female.
The bodies were found very close together in a bedroom.
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((BILL BROWN/BLACKSBURG POLICE CHIEF: IT'S TWO GUNS PRESENT AND WE DON'T KNOW WHETHER BOTH WERE INVOLVED IN THE SITUATION. IT'S TWO GUNS THAT'S PRESENT IN THE RESIDENCE. ))
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Police have not yet released any further information.
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Forest-Fatal


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-15
GRAPHIC=None


A resident of Forest apparently will NOT face charges for the death of his girlfriend last night.
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29- year- old Deanna Kidd was killed when she fell beneath the wheels of her boyfriend's tow truck in the Graves Mill Shopping Center.
Police say Kidd and 26- year- old Robert Evans had argued earlier in the day.
Kidd apparently had climbed onto the truck several times while Evans was driving through the parking lot.
The last time she reportedly slipped and fell underneath the trucks' left rear wheel.
Police did not charge Evans after other eyewitnesses confirmed his version of the accident.
The investigation, however, is continuing.
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Bedford-Body


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-7
GRAPHIC=None


A Pittsylvania County man is in custody for allegedly shooting to death another man and leaving his body along a Bedford County roadside.
38- year- old Randall E. Faris is charged with murder in the death of 36- year- old Bobby Anthony Carter.
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VO-NAT
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Carter's body was discovered in a remote section of Bedford County Thursday morning.
When police arrested Faris, they also impounded his car.
Neighbors said Faris had thoroughly cleaned the car two days ago.
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((MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF: IT'S MY UNDERSTANDING THAT ATTEMPTS WERE MADE TO CLEAN UP THE VEHICLE, HIS VEHICLE, WHICH WAS IMPOUNDED, HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY A FORENSIC EXPERT AND WE ARE WAITING RIGHT NOW TO SEE WHAT THE RESULTS OF THOSE EXAMINATIONS WERE.))
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Brown says the murder is NOT connected with the double homicide in Pittsylvania County earlier this week, or the drug round up recently conducted there.
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Moonshine


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=None


Two Rocky Mount brothers are accused of hauling 14- thousand dollars worth of moonshine in Northern Virginia.
25- year- old Scott Stanley and 22- year- old Jason Stanley are charged with possession of untaxed liquor.
Authorities say 446 gallons of white lightening were found in the back of their vehicle Tuesday night... after Sheriff's deputies in Frederick County pulled them over for reckless driving.
Officials at the State Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission say the whiskey probably came from a large operation.
And there were reports agents were searching for a still in Franklin County.
But an A-B-C spokesman says there is currently no investigation.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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Still to come on News 7 at Six--low cost income tax preparation for residents of one county--We'll have details.
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and making it tougher for teenagers who want to light up--state lawmakers once again take up the issue of minors and cigarettes.
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Warner


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#96-9
GRAPHIC=Pat McSweeney


The state Republican Party chairman has been watching the infighting among G-O-P presidential candidates in New Hampshire and Arizona, and he doesn't like what he sees.
Pat McSweeney says if it continues a third party candidacy may develop in the conservative wing of the party.
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McSweeney says republicans Marshall Coleman and Senator John Warner, in effect, formed a third party by not supporting Oliver North in the 1994 senate race.
But Warner says being a good senator doesn't mean always sticking to the party line.
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((JOHN WARNER/R-SENATE CANDIDATE: THIS STATE ADMIRES PEOPLE WHO TAKE A STANCE AND STICK WITH IT AND DON'T FLIP FLOP JUST FOR POLITICAL BENEFIT.))
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Roanoke was one of Warner's stops today on his re-election campaign.
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Wytheville-Administrator


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-12
GRAPHIC=None


Wythe County administrator Billy Branson wants to know whether the board of supervisors violated his civil rights when it decided to ask him to resign.
But the information he needs may be hard to come by.
Tracy Altizer reports.
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Billy Branson submitted his resignation February first at the request of the board of supervisors.
What concerns him is how board members decided they wanted it.
The request came from former Chairman Mark Munsey, a day after the full board met in Munsey's office.
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((BILLY BRANSON/WYTHE CO. ADMINISTRATOR: HE COME TO THE OFFICE AND TOLD ME THE BOARD UANANIMOUSLY AGREED LAST NIGHT THAT YOU'D HAVE TO RESIGN. ))
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The trouble with that, Branson says, is that the meeting was not recorded in minutes or on tape, as is required by law when an elected body is discussing personnel issues.
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((CHARLES DIX/WYTHE CO. SUPERVISORS CHRMN. TO MY KNOWLEDGE I DIDN'T SEE ANY MINUTES TAKEN OR ANY TAPE RECORDING BEING MADE.))
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Dix says after the meeting it crossed his mind the board may have acted illegally, and that the county attorney confirmed his suspicions.
Branson says board members have made comments about his age, and without minutes or a recording, it will be tough for him to prove whether he's a victim of age discrimination.
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((I'M TRYING TO FIND OUT IF ANY OF THE BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT DID ANYTHING THAT TAKES AWAY MY RIGHTS UNDER FEDERAL LAW. ))
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SU Branson says this has nothing to do with giving up his job, he says he'll soon be 65 and was thinking of retiring anyway. Rather, he says it's a matter of being forced out, especially if it was accomplished through illegal means. He hasn't yet decided whether to seek legal remedies. Tracy Altizer, NEws 7 Wytheville.

Tobacco-Sales


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-13
GRAPHIC=Tobacco


Two bills that would make it tougher for children to buy tobacco products now await the Governor's signature.
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VO-NAT
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One requires a photo i.d. from people who look like they're younger than 18.
The other requires cigarette vending machines to be within the line of sight of the proprietor of a public establishment.
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((SEN. BO TRUMBO/R-FINCASTLE: WE DID AN ANNOUNCEMENT SOME TIME AGO DOWN IN PULASKI WITH THE JAYCEES WHEN THEY WERE TALKING ABOUT FOCUSING ON JUVENILE SMOKING AND TRYING TO STOP THAT. AND SO TO ME IT'S NEITHER ANTI- NOR PRO-TOBACCO. YOU'RE JUST DEALING WITH TRYING TO HELP THE KIDS.))
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((SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS/R-CHATHAM: BUT TRYING TO STOP THE USAGE OF MINORS PARTICULARLY OF VENDING MACHINES, IT'S IMPRACTICAL. IT'S ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO ENFORCE IT. AND YOU'RE PUTTING PEOPLE IN JEOPARDY THAT IT'S GONNA BE JUST UNDUE HARDSHIP.))
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VO-NAT


A spokesman for George Allen says he expects the Governor to sign the bills into law.
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Grief


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


The past few months have brought great tragedy to several colleges and schools in our area, with the untimely deaths of students.
Connie Stevens takes a look at the psychological impact on everyone.
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At Hollins College, students were hit hard by the news-- their 20-year-old classmate, Ann Harper, was found stabbed to death in her burning home in Fairfax County.
At Virginia Military Institute, a first year cadet died suddenly of the bacteria associated with meningitis.
At North Cross school 18-year-old Grayson Hooper, collapsed and died during wrestling practice-- he succumbed to a tumor in his heart.
Then this month, Radford University lost a freshman to alcohol poisoning.
The death of a Virginia Tech graduate student was ruled a suicide.
These cases, and several others, can be traumatizing for the young people witnessing these tragedies.
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((DR. MIKE CHIGLINSKY/PSYCHOLOGIST: USUALLY YOU WILL FIND THEM GOING THROUGH A PERIOD OF A KIND OF DIS-EQUILIBRIUM, AN UNBALANCING, AND DURING THAT PERIOD OF BEING UNBALANCED, THEY QUESTION EVERYTHING, NOT ONLY THEIR VALUES, THEY QUESTION THE PURPOSE OF LIFE. ))
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And it's not just the family and friends who have to grieve-- these tragedies can legitimize the deepest fears of any parent, just hearing about cases in the news.
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((IT MAKES YOU AWARE OF THE FACT THAT THE CHILD THAT YOU ONCE NURTURED AND CARE FOR IS AN INDEPENDENT PERSON AND MAY OR MAY NOT MAKE JUDGEMENTS THAT ARE LIFE-THREATENING.))
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Dr. Chiglinsky's advice for parents-- initiate a discussion by telling your children if something has frightened you.
That advice really applies to everyone-- in a society that is often comfortable in expressing physical pain, but is reluctant to express emotional wounds.
Connie Stevens, News 7.))

Stocks


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


A 22 point gain put the Dow in record territory again today, closing at 56-hundred-30.
NASDAQ was up a fraction of a point.
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INCOME-TAX


ANCHOR=KEITH
NEWSCAST=SIX
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#96-8
GRAPHIC=None


Roanoke County is leading the way and the commissioner of revenue says the rest of the state is sure to follow.
The county is one of five locations participating in a pilot program, helping people file federal and state income tax forms.
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VO-NAT
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The federal tax information is entered into Roanoke County's new computer and sent directly to the Internal Revenue Service system.
Wayne Compton says the computer takes the information from the federal forms and completes the state tax forms.
This often speeds up the refund.
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((WAYNE COMPTON/ROANOKE CO. COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE: WHERE YOU HAVE PUNCHING ON THE STATE AND FEDERAL LEVEL IN THE FUTURE IT LOOKS LIKE IT WILL ALL BE DONE IN THE COMMISSION OF REVENUE OFFICE.))
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Compton says this will save the I-R-S time and money.
He says the his office is filing four to five hundred tax forms a day.
The service is only for Roanoke County residents.
The 20-dollar fee covers the cost of the new software and modem time.
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Bottoms


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#95-115
GRAPHIC=Sharon Bottoms


The story of a Virginia lesbian whose son was taken away by the courts because of her sexual orientation is slated to become a television movie of the week.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


Sharon Bottoms goes back to court Monday in Henrico County for the latest in her three- year battle for custody.
"For the Love of Tyler" is to begin filming next month in Texas.
"One Day at a Time" actress Valerie Bertinelli is signed on to play Bottoms.
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TALENT=Keith
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Vanessa Redgrave will portray Sharon's mother, Kay Bottoms.

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight in sports, qualifying results from the Rock as Chevy and POntiac make a comeback.
Plus Kittles has no bits, but lots of phone bills.
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And the ODAC semi-finals fill the Salem Civic Center this afternoon as Roanoke & Randolph-Macon scrap their way into the finals.
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-31
GRAPHIC=rock


The Winston Cup circuit rolled into Rockingham this afternoon with the Chevrolets and Pontiacs looking to make a major comeback after getting blown out at Daytona by the Fords.
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And they did just that taking 7 of the top 10 spots in Cup qualifying.
The pole winner was Terry Labonte in the Kelloggs Chevrolet.
He posted a lap at 156 point 879 miles an hour.
He edged Hendrick MOtorsports teammate Jeff Gordon, the race defending champ by by just over a tenth of a second.
Let's take a look at the top 25.
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S-ODAC


ANCHOR=MIke
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=BB96-2
GRAPHIC=ODAC


The Lady Maroons have advanced to the ODAC championship. But the 25 and 1 Randolph Macon Lady Yellow Jackets stand in the way of an 11th conference crown.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Quakers vs. Maroons; :00


Susan Dunagan's team advanced to the finals by edging Guilford 78-70 in the semifinals this afternoon.
But not without a scare. Laura Haynes scored a game high 30 points for the
Lady Quakers who were within 1 SUPER=33-Roanoke/=78/Guilford/=70;

point; 69-68 with 2:25 to play.
But Roanoke senior Marcee Hufton ices the win with this break away lay up and Roanoke advances to the title game against Macon tomorrow at 2pm.
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((SUSAN DUNAGAN/ROANOKE COACH:))
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Former Cave Spring star Aimee Beightol was close to a quadruple -double. She had 27 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists and 7 steals to lead her Lady Yellow Jackets to a 70-66 victory over Emory and Henry in the other semi final. Their ONLY loss of the season was to Roanoke!

S-VMI


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB96-1
GRAPHIC=VMI Hoops


Last night in Chapel Hill, V-M-I gave the North Carolina Tar Heels their best shot.
The Keydets lost the game 99 to 76 but they gained the respect of Tar Heel coach Dean Smith.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Chapel Hill, NC/Tar Heels vs Keydets; :00


This was the second trip to Tobacco Road for V-M-I.
The undersized Keydets were not able to stop Carolina's inside game especially Antawn Jamison who scored 20 points for an 18 point half time lead.
V-M-I's 12 to 4 run to open the second half and the Tar Heel lead was cut to 10 but North Carolina pulled away to win it 99 to 76.
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((BART BELLAIRS/VMI HEAD COACH: )) ((DEAN SMITH/NORTH CAROLINA HEAD COACH: ))
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V-M-I has two regular season games left tomorrow at Appalachian State and Monday at The Citadel.


S-Kittles


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-28
GRAPHIC=COLLEGE HOOPS


One of college basketball's top stars has been reaching out and touching someone a little too often.
VO-NAT CON'T
SUPER=04-NCAA;


Villanova All-American candidate Kerry Kittles has been suspended for the team's final three regular season game for illegally using a university owned telephone calling card.
He will be back for the postseason tournament in the Big East and the NCAA's.
Kittles says he's totally embarrassed.
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S-Heat


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-1
GRAPHIC=NBA


The Miami Heat's trading frenzy yesterday has left the team in quite a quandary for tonight's game with the Bulls.
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SUPER=04-NBA;:00


After trading five players yesterday including Bimbo Coles and Kevin Willis, the Heat only has eight players available for tonight's showdown with the best team in basketball.
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((PAT RILEY/MIAMI HEAD COACH:)) ((KEITH ASKINS/MIAMI HEAT GUARD:))
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S-Ski


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-2
GRAPHIC=SKIING


And finally, since this is the first Friday in quite awhile without some kind of snow on the ground
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Nevada, Spain; :00


I thought it only appropriate we let you know that five-time Olympic medalist Alberto Tomba of Italy has captured the first World Alpine Championship gold of his career.
He did it today when he won the giant slalom event Spain.
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And oh just one more thing tonight. If you pan on taking in some basketball this weekend.
Be careful when you order a mixed drink at courtside - you're liable to get more than your thirst quenched.
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Promo
ANCHOR=Keith
(toss to Jean)
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=jmo
TAPE#Promo


In less than two hours, the Lone Star World Championship Rodeo will begin in Rockbridge County.
Double Boxes=Keith/Jean


Jean Jadhon joins us in the newsroom with more on that.
TALENT=JEAN
SUPER=@Jean1;


Keith, several people from our area will be saddling up for this weekend's event.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford Co./Yesterday;


Jeff Renaud is among those whose been preparing for it.
We visited with him earlier this week to see how much work goes into it.
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((JEFF RENAUD/BEDFORD CO. CALF ROPER: I GREW UP AROUND IT AND BEEN AROUND IT ALL MY LIFE AND I GUESS IT'S JUST IN MY HEART. ))
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on News 7 at 11. We'll have that story plus all the latest news, weather, and sports tonight