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HEADLINES

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In Washington another possible government shutdown is averted.
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And in Bosnia, a U-S soldier has been shot. wx-head
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News 7 Mornin' is next.

Bosnia


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A U-S soldier in Bosnia is in stable condition this morning after being shot by an intruder.
A military spokes person says someone dressed in civilian clothing was trying to break through wire at the U-S base in Tuzla.
He fired at one of the soldiers guarding the base, striking him in the shoulder.
Officials say his injury is not life threatening.
The intruder got away.

CLINTON


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President Clinton is back in Washington this morning after his trip to the Middle East where he offered Israel a 100- million dollar package to help fight terrorism.
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Stateside Mr. Clinton doesn't think much of a watered down anti-terrorism bill approved yesterday by the House.
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The House measure must now be reconciled with a tougher measure passed by the Senate last year.
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President Clinton will focus on the government today as he signs legislation aimed at preventing another partial shutdown.
The bill buys one week's time for Congress and Clinton to settle differences over a budget to carry the government through the end of September.

Forbes


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Presidental contender Bob Dole says he's glad to have a former competitor join his team.
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Yesterday Steve Forbes endorsed Dole as he pulled out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
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Forbes spent more than 30-MILLION dollars in his failed attempt to get the nomination.
Still the millionaire publisher insists he made a good investment.
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Mayors-Race


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=AM
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#96-23
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If you live in the city of Roanoke, you'll be asked to head to the polls in May. The task- choosing a mayor and other city council members.
Do you know who's running?
Jean Jadhon fills us in.
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SUPER=01-David Bowers/(D) Roanoke Mayor; :00
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((DAVID BOWERS/D- ROANOKE CITY MAYOR: I STARTED THIS JOB AS MAYOR WITHOUT ANY GRAY HAIR. I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT. LAUGHTER.
Gray hair or not, David Bowers wants a second term as Mayor- The 43 year old Democrat says he's focusing on one main issue- CRIME IS DOWN IN ROANOKE, NOT JUST ONE YEAR, NOT JUST TWO YEARS, BUT THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS. WHY IS CRIME DOWN, BECAUSE WE HAVE NOW HAVE A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED POLICE DEPARTMENT, DARE OFFICERS IN EVERY CITY SCHOOL.
The Republican who wants Bowers job- J. Pat Green. J. PAT GREEN/R- ROANOKE MAYORAL CANDIDATE: I CAME TO ROANOKE WITH ELEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS IN DEBT AND TODAY I RUN A MULTI MILLION DOLLAR BUSINESS. I THINK IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU CAN SUCCEED IN ROANOKE. YOU CAN HAVE VERY LITTLE AND YOU CAN LEAVE WITH A LOT.
Greene also supports tourism, and the Smart Highway.
And another top priority- THE BEST SCHOOLS AND THE SAFEST ENVIRONMENT FOR OUR CHILDREN. I FEEL VERY STRONGLY ABOUT THAT.
JEAN JADHON:IN ALL FIVE COUNCIL SEATS ARE UP FOR GRABS. THE GOP WANTS TO GAIN A MAJORITY. IN ORDER TO DO THAT THEY'LL HAVE TO ELECT THREE OF THEIR FOUR CANDIDATES.
On the Republican ticket- Alvin Nash who's with Total action against poverty, Former councilman David Lisk and Jeff Artis who ran an unsuccessful bid for the House of Delegates last year.
Democrats vying for council include- Teacher and Incumbent Linda Wyatt, former councilman Jim Trout and Carroll Swain who's retired from the Roanoke City Schools.
Pastor and City school board chairman Nelson Harris is running for a special election for a two year term. I'M AN INDEPENDENT FOR ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL...
The only independent, Joe Nash who's a supervisor at Adams Construction.
Election Day is May 7th.
Jean Jadhon, News 7 Roanoke.))

1-Sports


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In sports -- thirteenth-seeded Princeton pulled off the biggest upset of the N-C-Double-A college basketball tournament by shocking U-C-L-A 43-to-41.
Now with a look at Virginia Tech's win, here's Mike Stevens with sports.
Good morning Mike.
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One-Larry


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(Live Interview)



SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
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SUPER=13-Lance Yeatman/Kuhns Bros. Log Homes;



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Pipeline


ANCHOR=Melanie
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After 14 years of legal, regulatory, and political battles, the Lake Gaston pipeline is on its way to becoming a reality.
The court action is NOT over.
But Virginia Beach's waiting game is.
Ellen Qualls reports the pipes are going in the ground.
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Esoteric legal arguments over ancient riparian rights have yielded to a new

era in the fight over Lake Gaston's water.
The pipeline era.
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((WAYNE PHELPS/VA. BEACH ENGINEER: MONDAY IS WHEN WE ACTUALLY GOT STARTED WITH THE FIRST PIECE OF PIPE. AND A LOT OF PICTURE TAKING AND A LOT OF EXCITEMENT FOR US. TO BE OUT HERE TO SEE IT.))
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Since Monday, Southhampton's county's soil has absorbed a thousand feet per day of this 72- mile behemoth.
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((ALL THAT IS LOCATED HERE IS JUST THE MIDDLE SEGMENTS OF THE PIPELINE. SO PEOPLE HERE HAVE BEEN VERY INDIFFERENT. AND THE PEOPLE ADJACENT TO IT ARE KIND OF EXCITED ABOUT IT.))
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With every 20 foot, 24- thousand pound section of pipe, Virginia Beach residents start to see the end of their water rationing nightmare coming into sight.
This is not the first shovelful.
Five major river crossings were constructed between 1992 and '94.
But the gaps are being filled in -- and filled in fast.
Despite ongoing legal challenges, and a bill against it pending in Congress, opponents of the Lake Gaston pipeline can no longer hide in their shells or bury their heads in the sand.
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((SO VIRGINIA BEACH OFFICIALS ARE MOVING AHEAD WITH THEIR 142- MILLION DOLLAR PIPE DREAM. BELIEVING IF THEY BUILD IT, THE WATER WILL COME. ELLEN QUALLS, NEWS 7, RICHMOND.))
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Business-Center


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-13
GRAPHIC=Radford University


Area small and medium- size businesses and college students have a new resource at their disposal.
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Radford University has opened a Business Assistance Center.
The center will provide technical assistance, workshops and seminars.
It will also serve as an internship and job placement resource for students, and provide a training ground by matching students with businesses in need of services.
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((JERRY KOPF/BUSINESS ASSISTANCE CENTER DIR.: WE HAVE WHAT WE CALL STUDENT/BUSINESS CONSULTING PROJECTS WHERE A TEAM OF STUDENTS WILL WORK FOR ONE SEMESTER WITH THE BUSINESS, COMPLETING SOME TYPE OF SPECIFIC PROJECT. WE HAVE WHAT WE CALL INTERNATIONAL MARKETING PROJECTS, WHERE GRADUATE STUDENTS WORK WITH BUSINESSES WHO ARE TRYING TO DEVELOP EXPORT CAPABILITIES. ))
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The center provides Internet access, and is seeking donations of materials for its library.
It also houses the New River Valley's Quality Council and Small Business Development Center, as well as the Virginia Economic Bridge, a state-wide marketing agency.
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College-Delays


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Virginia colleges are telling students and parents NOT to worry about delays in processing forms for federal tuition assistance.
Computer foul-ups, snow and the government shutdowns have delayed forwarding the federal financial aid forms.
Millions of future freshmen and returning undergraduates fill out the forms to get financial help for their education at public or private colleges.
Virginia college officials are confident the federal delays are being resolved.

Cable-Gambling


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If you're one of those people who talks to your T-V, be careful... it may start talking back.
In Lynchburg, cable T-V customers will be the first in the nation to get a taste of interactive television.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( Just when you thought you had all your cable channels memorized, there's another one to choose from.
Starting Sunday, the "i1" Network joins the lineup at Lynchburg Cablevision...and operators say it's a couch potato's dream.
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((JERRY MAGLIO/"i1" TELEVISION NETWORK: SO MANY PEOPLE HAVE SAT AT HOME AND MANY TIMES FELT LIKE IT WOULD BE GREAT IF THEY COULD GET INVOLVED IN WHATEVER WAS ON THE TELEVISION. WE'RE MAKING THAT POSSIBLE.))
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With just a touch-tone phone, viewers will be able to play a half-dozen different video games, from blackjack to Teamtris.
Lynchburg customers will be the first in the country to give "i1" a tryout.
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((REGINA MARTIN/LYNCHBURG CABLEVISION: AS AN OPERATION WE'RE VERY OPEN TO TRYING NEW THINGS AND PRESENTING NEW PRODUCTS TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND WE'RE NOT AFRAID TO BE THE FIRST ONE TO DO THAT OR TO BE A TEST SITE FOR NEW THINGS THAT ARE GOING ON.))
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((Each call costs 75 cents, and depending on how well you play, your game could last anywhere from a few minutes to the entire length of the program. Network officials admit casino games like blackjack can become addictive, but they say imposing a time limit and not offering any prizes should weed out the compulsive gamblers.))
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((MAGLIO: AND I THINK THE SCHEDULE WILL HELP PEOPLE WHO MIGHT BE COMPULSIVE TO AVOID BEING ADDICTED. WE CERTAINLY WANT TO ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO PLAY AND PLAY AGAIN, BUT WE DON'T THINK WE CROSS THE LINE.))
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Cablevision says it talked with city officials before adding "i1" to the system.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

2-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
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Virginia Tech is headed to the second round of the men's N-C-Double-A tournament after beating Wisconsin-Green Bay 61-to-48.
Tech faces top-seeded Kentucky today in the second round.
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Turning to the professional hardwood --
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The N-B-A has lifted its suspension of Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf (mahk-MOOD' ab-DOOL' rah-OOF').
The Denver Nuggets star says he will stand for the playing of the national anthem before games, but will use the time for silent prayer.
Let's go to the scoreboards.
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SUPER=96-Cleveland/=98/Boston/=73//Washington/100/New Jersey/=92;
SUPER=96-Houston/114/Atlanta/106//San Antonio/120/Miami/100;
SUPER=96-LA Lakers/106/Golden St./103//LA Clippers/110/Dallas/106;



SUPER=103-Boston/==4/Pittsburgh/==2//Chicago/==5/Vancouver/==1;


Two-Larry


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(Live Interview)



SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
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SUPER=13-Pam Coles/Ferguson Enterprises;



SUPER=13-Matt Yeatman/Building Assoc. Vice Pres.;



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2HEADLINES


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Here's a look at today's top stories.
A U-S soldier was shot today in Bosnia.
NATO says the G-I's condition is stable.
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President Clinton is back in Washington today after his trip to the Middle East, but he's not to happy with Congress' efforts at fighting terrorism.
He says an anti-terrorism measure passed by the House yesterday isn't strong enough.
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VO-NAT


And the F-B-I nabs a slew of alleged high level mob figures in raids in Florida and Michigan.
Several of the suspects were picked up in South Florida where they spent plenty of time and money.
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And that's what's making news on this Friday, March 15th.
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Shooting


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The Army says a member of the U-S peacekeeping force in Bosnia is hospitalized after being shot in the shoulder today.
A spokesman says it happened when the soldier confronted a person trying to break into a U-S base.
The wound is not considered life-threatening. The intruder escaped.

PRESIDENT


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NEWSCAST=MORNIN
WRITER=MEL
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President Clinton is back at the White House this morning after his two day trip to the Middleast where he promised Israel millions of U-S dollars to help fight terrorism.
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Mr. Clinton isn't pleased with the anti-terrorism bill passed yesterday by the House.
He says the legislation is too weak.
The House measure must now be reconciled with a tougher measure passed by the Senate last year.
SUPER=03-Capitol Hill;


Meantime, both houses of Congress yesterday approved legislation to avert a federal government shutdown.
The bill buys one week's time for Congress and President Clinton to settle differences over a budget to carry the government through the end of September.
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Mafia


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
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The F-B-I claims it's driven a stake through the heart of Detroit's mafia.
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VO-NAT


Officials say they've arrested 16 of 17 suspected leaders named in a federal grand jury indictment.
They were picked up in raids in Michigan and Florida ending a five year investigation.
SUPER=03-West Palm Beach, FL;


Attorney General Janet Reno says the defendants are named in a 41-page indictment outlining 25 charges dating back 30 years.
The charges include murder, racketeering, and corruption of public officials.
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Trekkie


ANCHOR=Melanie
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A Star Trek fan has been beamed out of the jury box at the Whitewater trial.
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VO-NAT
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Alternate juror Barbara Adams wore her maroon and black Star Fleet uniform to nine straight court sessions, but that's not what got her thrown off the panel.
The judge removed the 31 year old Arkansas woman for giving an interview to a T-V tabloid show.
Adams says she wore her Star Trek uniform complete with phaser and tricorder to promote the show's strong moral values such as tolerance, peace, and faith in humankind.
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3-Sports


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=cro
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Salem has faith the N-C-Double-A will be a hit at the civic center this weekend.
Mike Stevens has the details in sports.
Good morning Mike.
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Birthdays
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Three-Larry


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(Live Interview)



SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
SUPER=11-Forest;



SUPER=13-Kevin Nance/Building Assoc. Committee;



SUPER=13-Vicki Gardner/Williams Lighting;



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Race


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#96-23
GRAPHIC=campaign 96


In May, registered voters in Roanoke will be asked to choose a mayor and other city council members.
Jean Jadhon gives us a look at who is running.
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((DAVID BOWERS/D- ROANOKE CITY MAYOR: I STARTED THIS JOB AS MAYOR WITHOUT ANY GRAY HAIR. I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT. LAUGHTER.
Gray hair or not, David Bowers wants a second term as Mayor- The 43 year old Democrat says he's focusing on one main issue- CRIME IS DOWN IN ROANOKE, NOT JUST ONE YEAR, NOT JUST TWO YEARS, BUT THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS. WHY IS CRIME DOWN, BECAUSE WE HAVE NOW HAVE A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED POLICE DEPARTMENT, DARE OFFICERS IN EVERY CITY SCHOOL.
The Republican who wants Bowers job- J. Pat Green. J. PAT GREEN/R- ROANOKE MAYORAL CANDIDATE: I CAME TO ROANOKE WITH ELEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS IN DEBT AND TODAY I RUN A MULTI MILLION DOLLAR BUSINESS. I THINK IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU CAN SUCCEED IN ROANOKE. YOU CAN HAVE VERY LITTLE AND YOU CAN LEAVE WITH A LOT.
Greene also supports tourism, and the Smart Highway.
And another top priority- THE BEST SCHOOLS AND THE SAFEST ENVIRONMENT FOR OUR CHILDREN. I FEEL VERY STRONGLY ABOUT THAT.
JEAN JADHON:IN ALL FIVE COUNCIL SEATS ARE UP FOR GRABS. THE GOP WANTS TO GAIN A MAJORITY. IN ORDER TO DO THAT THEY'LL HAVE TO ELECT THREE OF THEIR FOUR CANDIDATES.
On the Republican ticket- Alvin Nash who's with Total action against poverty, Former councilman David Lisk and Jeff Artis who ran an unsuccessful bid for the House of Delegates last year.
Democrats vying for council include- Teacher and Incumbent Linda Wyatt, former councilman Jim Trout and Carroll Swain who's retired from the Roanoke City Schools.
Pastor and City school board chairman Nelson Harris is running for a special election for a two year term. I'M AN INDEPENDENT FOR ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL...
The only independent, Joe Nash who's a supervisor at Adams Construction.
Election Day is May 7th.
Jean Jadhon, News 7 Roanoke.))

Habitat


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 96-22
GRAPHIC=Housing


A decade after a Roanoke woman, Madelyn Tate, froze to death in her home, her former residence is being demolished.
A GROUP of dilapidated buildings along tenth street is making way for a development of new homes.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


Habitat for Humanity has plans for the property that has served as a salvage yard since the mid-80s.
Likely the largest undertaking yet for the group here in the Roanoke Valley, the project may ultimately build more than 20 homes in the area.
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((DAVID CAMPER/HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: IT'S GOING TO BE A VERY NICE PLACE TO HAVE THE HOUSES. WE HAVE A LITTLE MORE WORK TO DO OBVIOUSLY, BUT JERUSALEM BAPTIST CHURCH HAS ADDED AN ADDITION. PERRY PARK IS ON THE OTHER SIDE OF IT. YOU HAVE TENTH STREET AND THEN THE RAILROAD. SO IT WILL BE A NICE SECTION UNTO ITSELF.))
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Habitat for Humanity is now seeking sponsors and construction supervisors to help build the new homes.
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Bedford-Fire


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=AM
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#96-18
GRAPHIC=Fire


A Bedford County family lost their home to fire yesterday afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Bedford Co./Yesterday;


The house in the Hayden's Bridge area was spotted burning shortly before four p.m.
Firefighters were able to extinguish the blaze, but not before the home belonging to Johnny and Crystal Thornhill was destroyed.
No one was home at the time of the blaze.
The cause is still under investigation.
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Horses


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
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Always dreamed of owning a pony?
The federal government will put about 120 wild horses up for adoption this weekend in Lexington.
Six-thousand horses and burros are given away each year in order to ease grazing pressure on public lands in Western states.
The horses are free to a qualified home, but there is a 125-dollar fee for transportation and veterinary care.
The mass adoption will take place at the Virginia Horse Center tomorrow and Sunday.

4-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=road to final four


Princeton didn't horse around when it set out to beat U-C-L-A.
The 13th-seeded team pulled off the biggest upset of the N-C-Double-A tournament last night.
Let's take a look at the scoreboards.
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SUPER=97-Mississippi St./=58/VCU/=51//Princeton/=43/UCLA/=41;
SUPER=97-Kentucky/110/San Jose St./72//Va. Tech/=61/Wis.-Green Bay/=48;
SUPER=97-Stanford/=66/Bradley/=58//Massachusetts/=92/Central Florida/=70;
SUPER=97-Arkansas/=86/Penn St./=80//Marquette/=68/Monmouth-NJ/=44;
SUPER=97-Connecticut/=68/Colgate/=59//E. Michigan/=75/Duke/=60;
SUPER=97-Iowa State/=74/California/=64//Utah/=72/Canisius/=43;
SUPER=97-Syracuse/=88/Montana St./=55//Drexel/=75/Memphis/=63;
SUPER=97-Purdue/=73/West. Carolina/=71//Georgia/=81/Clemson/=74;
SUPER=97-St. Joseph's/=82/Iona/=78//Nebraska/=91/Colorado State/=83;
SUPER=97-Washington St./=92/Gonzaga/=73;


NCAA
ANCHOR=Melanie 2 shot


Because of the N-C-Double-A tournament, we'll see you back here for an ABBREVIATED News 7 at Noon. Maryland. At 12:10 Tulsa takes on Louisville. At 2:30 -- it's Santa Clara versus