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Headlines

ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morning
WRITER=nle
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VO-NAT


Air raids and massive artillery and tank fire are Israel's response today to a Hezbollah rocket attack,
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and security is tight in Denver for the first court hearing of the suspects in the Oklahoma City bombing. wx-heads
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Larry-Heads
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ANCHOR=Melanie


News 7 Mornin' is next.

Attack


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NEWSCAST=morn
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TAPE# net
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Air raids and massive artillery and tank fire are Israel's response today to a Hezbollah rocket attack.
The attack injured 13 Israelis in the northern part of the country.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Kiryat Shmona, Israel


Seventeen Shiite Muslim villages near the Israeli-occupied zone in south Lebanon were targeted by Israeli forces.
Security sources say the Hezbollah attack was in apparent retaliation for the overnight death of a Lebanese teenager in a land mine explosion.
Residents and Hezbollah members claim the mine was planted by Israeli forces.
The Israeli army denies any involvement.
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Unabomber


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=kaczynski


There are conflicting reports about what the F-B-I is finding in the Montana cabin of Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lincoln, MT;


The New York Times reports federal agents have found a second live bomb.
But two federal sources tell the Associate Press only one live bomb, and a partially assembled device, have been found.
Kaczynski, meanwhile, remains jailed in Helena, Montana for possession of bomb-making materials.
Yesterday an attorney for Kacynski's brother talked to reporters about David Kascynski's decision to turn his brother in to federal authorities.
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4:03;07:14 ((TONY BISCEGLIE:I THINK THERE WAS A GREAT DEAL OF ANGUISH...GRIEVING PROCESS. ))
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VO-NAT


Bisceglie (bis- EGG- lee) said it all began last summer when David heard media reports of the cities the unabomber was known to inhabit.
His suspicions became stronger when he read the Unabomber's manifesto published in the New York Times and Washington Post.
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OK-Bombing


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


The first court hearing in the Oklahoma City bombing case will take place in Denver today.
Attorneys for accused bomber Timothy McVeigh claim federal authorities have withheld crucial evidence.
Denver officials are preparing for a major onslaught of media in town to cover the trial.
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FREEMEN


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NEWSCAST=MORNIN
WRITER=MEL
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Garfield Co., MT/Yesterday;


The militant Freeman group is refusing to back down in its stand-off with the F-B-I.
Yesterday the Freemen nailed a defiant declaration of independence to a post near their Montana compound.
It described the government as a "corporate prostitute."
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Va-Militia


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-20
GRAPHIC=ALLEN


An anti-government group is implying it has something in common with the Governor.
A new pamphlet being distributed by the Virginia Citizen's Militia says George Allen's philosophies are close in line with its own.
Ellen Qualls asked the Governor if he agreed.
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IN Q=Wonderful.
SUPER=@Allen; :00
SUPER=01-Douglas Jeffreys/Va. Citizen's Militia; :23
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(( SOT 02:50:47

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: WONDERFUL. CITIZEN'S MILITIA. IT LOOKS LIKE RECYCLED PAPER THOUGH. It looks nice. DOESN'T IT?))
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Since the Oklahoma bombing almost a year ago, Virginia's militia movement has worked hard for positive p-r.
Part of the effort is new leaflets -- quoting the founding fathers... Jefferson, Hamilton.
And then, George Allen.
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((DOUGLAS JEFFREYS/VA. CITIZEN'S MILITIA: AND WE FELT IT WAS A GOOD IDEA TO SORT OF UPDATE THAT AND HAVE SOMEONE FROM A SORT OF MORE CURRENT POLITICAL STANDING TO INCLUDE A STATEMENT FROM THEM ALSO.))
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Allen's quote blasts our own federal government as "a government that has defied, and that now ignores, virtually every constitutional limit fashioned by the framers..."
Does Allen mind the militia borrowing it?
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: WELL I DON'T KNOW. I DON'T KNOW. TWO CENTURIES AGO, THE CHALLENGES, YA, YA, YA. WHAT IS THIS FROM? I don't know. Might be from your inauguration. MIGHT BE. I DON'T KNOW. IT'S TRUE. IT'S A TRUE STATEMENT.))
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sot 02:50:33

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: I'M GONNA READ THROUGH THIS. AND I DON'T THINK THAT PEOPLE SHOULD BE INSINUATING THAT EVERYBODY MUST HAVE A RIFLE AND A HUNDRED ROUNDS. I THINK THAT'S UP TO THE INDIVIDUAL. BUT AS YOU WELL KNOW I DON'T WANT TO DIMINISH ANYBODY'S RIGHTS.))
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The militia says it's passed out over five thousand of the George Allen leaflets so far.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

1-Sports


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=cro
TAPE#=sports cut in
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In sports, the Charlotte Hornets stung the Bulls last night.
Mike Stevens has the details.
Good morning Mike.
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2-weather


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BETH IN WX-CENTER
LIVELINE: CURRENT TEMPS HIGHS FCAST MAP
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(WV FORECAST PAGE)
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BETH ON CAMERA BUMP ESS C BREAK CLOSED CAPTIONING


Inspections


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=kmc
TAPEedit of rental inspections #96-32 with new bites
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For those who live in low- income housing-- home may not be as safe as it should be.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


Ever since a fatal house fire on Stewart Avenue in Roanoke, the issue of property safety has been brought to the forefront.
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


Nearly a hundred people showed up last night at the latest workshop on Roanoke's rental inspection program.
The biggest change in the plan-- a requirement that rental property be inspected every two years.
While some landlords had concerns about the latest version of the program, others say it's easier to follow than the earlier one.
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SOT tape 1 20:14:52
IN Q=Seemed like a lot

((JAMES KASEY/LANDLORD: SEEMED LIKE A LOT OF LOOSE ENDS-- THINGS THAT PEOPLE ON EITHER SIDE WEREN'T SURE ABOUT HOW TO GO ABOUT DOING IT. BUT IT SEEMS LIKE IT'S SHAPING UP REAL WELL NOW. ))
SUPER=01-James Kasey/Landlord;
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OUT Q=real well now
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VO-NAT


The workshop is not the final phase of the program's construction.
An administrative public hearing is planned for April 23rd-- then final recommendations will go to Roanoke City Council.
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GLTC


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-25
GRAPHIC=NONE


A reduction in federal funding could mean higher fares for Lynchburg bus riders this summer.
Steve Smallshaw tells us how the bus company is trying to make do with less.
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SOT
IN Q=For the Greater
SUPER=10-Scott Lansing/Former GLTC Director/April 26, 1995; :05
SUPER=01-Michael Carroll/GLTC Director; :27
SUPER=01-Mike Rosser/Bus Rider; :54
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(( For the Greater Lynchburg Transit Company, it is deja vu all over again.
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IN Q=Because I think

((SCOTT LANSING/FORMER GLTC DIRECTOR: BECAUSE I THINK THAT THIS TREND IS GOING TO CONTINUE WITH FEDERAL MONEY AND WE'RE GOING TO BE FACED WITH A SIMILAR SITUATION NEXT YEAR.))
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That was 1995 when the GLTC was staring at a 200- thousand dollar reduction in its federal funding.
Twelve months later Scott Lansing's prediction has come true, and new director Mike Carroll has to make up for a 170- thousand dollar cut.
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SOT 13:36:30
IN Q=There seems to

((MICHAEL CARROLL/GLTC DIRECTOR: THERE SEEMS TO BE A LOT OF CONCERN ON CAPITOL HILL THAT PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION REALLY ISN'T DESERVING OF FEDERAL SUPPORT. NOW OF COURSE WE DISAGREE WITH THAT, BUT THAT SEEMS TO BE THE TENOR RIGHT NOW.))
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OUT Q=tenor right now.


With a 12 percent hole in its budget, the GLTC has come up with some ideas to balance its books.
Among them would be to eliminate all together service on Sundays and holidays and to the Sandusky area of the city... and of course, to raise fares once again.
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SOT 12:16:06
IN Q=I really think

((MIKE ROSSER/BUS RIDER: I REALLY THINK THEY OUGHT NOT GO UP ON THE FARES. I THINK THEY OUGHT TO KEEP IT THE SAME, THE WAY IT IS NOW, BECAUSE A LOT OF PEOPLE MIGHT CAN'T AFFORD TO PAY MORE ON THE BUS FARE.))
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((Mike Carroll says he understands paying more for less services won't sit well with many riders, but he adds those proposals are not set in stone. Residents will get a chance to air their views during two public meetings, the first of which gets underway Tuesday night. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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Pulaski-Ambulance


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-16
GRAPHIC=NONE


And pretty soon it will cost Pulaski County residents to take a ride -- to the hospital.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


Next month a new agency set up to oversee the county's two rescue squads will start billing patients for ambulance rides-- about 300 dollars a trip.
But those who buy ambulance MEMBERSHIPS won't have to pay any more than the 39-dollar annual fee.
Their insurance will pick up the rest, but NON- members will have to pay whatever their health insurance won't.
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((DAVID SMITH/REMSI EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: SO WHAT THIS DOES IS TAKE REALLY AN UNTAPPED RESOURCE, PREDOMINATELY IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA IT IS AN UNTAPPED RESOURCE, MOST SERVICES IN VIRGINIA DOESN'T CHARGE ANYTHING FOR THEIR SERVICES, AND ALLOWS THAT TO BE USED FOR THE AGENCIES. THEN LOCAL GOVERNMENT MONEY CAN BE UTILIZED FOR OTHER THINGS. ))
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pulaski Co.;


Smith stresses members and non-members will receive the same care and response.
He says the fees will allow Regional Emergency Medical Services, Incorporated to hire full time rescue personnel, recruit and train new volunteers and buy new equipment.
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Stroke


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=cst
TAPE#96-21
GRAPHIC=medical news


Stroke is the third leading cause of death in this country-- about 500-thousand Americans suffer one each year.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File; :


But a nationwide study has found promising treatment for people who've had acute ischemic (isk-EEE-mick) strokes-- the kind caused by a blood clot that reduces blood flow to the brain.
The key is not only the clot-dissolving drug T-P-A-- but also, fast reaction.
Patients must receive the drug within three hours of their initial symptoms, in order to reduce the effects of stroke.
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IN Q=It's not the

((DR. E. CLARKE HALEY, JR./U.VA NEUROLOGIST: IT'S NOT THE COMPOUND, IT'S THE SYSTEM. AND IT DOES TAKE DEVOTION OF A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF RESOURCES TO BRING THIS TREATMENT TO BARE. AND SOME COMMUNITIES MAY WANT TO DO IT. OTHERS MAY THINK IT'S TOO RISKY. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. E. Clarke Haley, Jr./U.Va. Neurologist; :
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OUT Q=too risky.
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VO-NAT


Dr. Haley believes the major risk with T-P-A-- hemorrhaging in the brain-- is outweighed by the benefits.
Signs of stroke include abrupt changes in speech, or weakness or numbness in the face, arm or leg on one side of the body.
The patient may also be unable to walk, they may lose vision in one eye, or experience a sudden, very severe headache.
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2-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
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Turning now to sports --
The Salem Avalanche won its home opener against Wilmington last night.
Let's take a look at the scoreboards.
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SUPER=92-Chi Cubs/==9/Colorado/==6//Los Angeles/==1/Atlanta/==0;
SUPER=92-San Diego/==9/Florida/==2//Philadelphia/==6/Pittsburgh/==3;
SUPER=92-Cincinnati/==7/NY Mets/==6//Houston/==6/San Francisco/==2;
SUPER=92-Montreal/==4/St. Louis/==3;




2headlines


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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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VO-NAT


Oklahoma City bombing suspects Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols get their first hearing today in Denver.
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VO-NAT


Federal agents turn up more evidence tying Theodore Kaczynski to the Unabomber case.
The New York Times reports a second live bomb has been found at Kaczynski's Montana cabin.
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VO-NAT


It's the secret lie detector test the world has never heard about.
It's a lie detector test O.J. Simpson took three days after the murders.
A Los Angeles T-V station reports the former football great did not get a passing grade.
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ANCHOR=Melanie


And that's what's making news on this Tuesday April 9th.
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Attack


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=none


Air raids and massive artillery and tank fire are Israel's response today to a Hezbollah rocket attack.
The attack injured 13 Israelis in the northern part of the country.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Kiryat Shmona, Israel


Seventeen Shiite Muslim villages near the Israeli-occupied zone in south Lebanon were targeted by Israeli forces.
Security sources say the Hezbollah attack was in apparent retaliation for the overnight death of a Lebanese teenager in a land mine explosion.
Residents and Hezbollah members claim the mine was planted by Israeli forces.
The Israeli army denies any involvement.
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KACZYNSKI


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=kaczinski


There are conflicting reports about what the F-B-I is finding in the Montana cabin of Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lincoln, MT;


The New York Times reports federal agents have found a second live bomb.
But two federal sources tell the Associate Press only one live bomb, and a partially assembled device, have been found.
Kaczynski, meanwhile, remains jailed in Helena, Montana for possession of bomb-making materials.
Yesterday an attorney for Kacynski's brother talked to reporters about David Kascynski's decision to turn his brother in to federal authorities.
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4:03;07:14 ((TONY BISCEGLIE:I THINK THERE WAS A GREAT DEAL OF ANGUISH...GRIEVING PROCESS. ))
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OUT Q=GRIEVING PROCESS.
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VO-NAT


Bisceglie (bis- EGG- lee) said it all began last summer when David heard media reports of the cities the unabomber was known to inhabit.
His suspicions became stronger when he read the Unabomber's manifesto published in the New York Times and Washington Post.
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hearing


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NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


Security will be tight in Denver today as Oklahoma City bombing suspects Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols attend a court hearing.
McVeigh's attorney has filed a motion seeking evidence it says the government is withholding.
McVeigh and Nichols face the death penalty if convicted of murder and conspiracy charges in the April 19th bombing that killed 168 and injured more than 500.
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SIMPSON


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=MORNIN
WRITER=MEL
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=simpson


O-J Simpson reportedly failed a lie detector test taken three days after the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


K-C-B-S T-V in Los Angeles says Simpson scored a minus six, which is considered "deceptive."
Simpson apparently was upset at his grade and offered to take another test.
But he was advised not to, partly because he was on medication.
One polygraph examiner says medication would not affect the reliability of the exam.
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IN Q=

((DR. EDWARD GELB/POLYGRAPH EXAMINER: THESE EXAMINERS ARE SKILLED INTERVIEWERS, THEY CAN DETERMINE WHETHER A PERSON IS TESTABLE. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. Edward Gelb/Polygraph Examiner;
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OUT Q=IS TESTABLE.
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VO-NAT


It is not known what questions were asked.
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Brown


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NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=brown, ron


The body of Commerce Secretary Ron Brown is expected to arrive at the Commerce Department this morning for a final farewell.
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VO-NAT


The coffin will be placed inside the building's lobby where it will remain for public viewing until tomorrow's funeral.
Brown was killed Wednesday when his plane crashed in Croatia.
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Line-Item


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=washington dc graphic


In other news from Washington --
President Clinton is expected to sign the line-item veto today.
The long sought measure gives the next president authority to strike specific items from spending bills.
Critics charge that Congress will be giving up its power of the purse.


3-Sports


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=cro
TAPE#=sports cut in
GRAPHIC=none


In sports, the Salem Avalanche wins its home opener.
Mike Stevens has the details.
Good morning Mike.
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SOT
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OUT Q=everybody

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Rental-Inspection


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#96-32
GRAPHIC=Roanoke City Seal


Landlords, tenants, and Roanoke officials are working together to create a rental inspection program to make low-income housing safe.
Kimberly McBroom reports from last night's workshop.
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IN Q=This neighborhood
SUPER=@File; :00
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night; :13
SUPER=01-Clarence Hall/Landlord; :29
SUPER=01-Paula Prince/Old Southwest Roanoke, Inc.; :42
SUPER=01-Bob Herbert/Roanoke City Manager; 1:01
SUPER=@Kimberly1; 1:09
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OUT Q=News 7, Roanoke

housing file
(( This neighborhood isn't on the the most expensive side of town-- but it's where many call home. Fire file shot 96-32
And ever since a fatal house fire on Stewart Avenue-- the issue of property safety has been brought to the forefront. tonight's meeting
Nearly a hundred people showed up at the latest workshop on Roanoke's rental inspection program.
The biggest change in the plan-- a requirement that rental property be inspected every two years.
Among the most common concerns of landlords-- inspection fees and tenant responsibility.
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SOT tape 1 20:11:12

((CLARENCE HALL/LANDLORD: SOME THINGS ARE GOOD AND SOME THINGS ARE BAD. I THINK THEY OUGHT TO PUT A LITTLE MORE RESPONSIBILITY ON THE TENANTS-- AND NOT ALL ON THE LANDLORDS. ))
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Meanwhile, some say the plan is fair to both sides.
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SOT tape 1 20:18:30

((PAULA PRINCE/OLD SOUTHWEST ROANOKE, INC.: IT TAKES INTO CONSIDERATION THE PROBLEMS THAT WE, IN OLD SOUTHWEST HAVE WITH OLD HOUSING STOCK-- BUT IT DOES ALSO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION THE LANDLORDS DO HAVE CONCERNS-- AND THAT THEY'RE VALID CONCERNS. ))
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And while some say a rental inspection program is a long time coming--
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SOT tape 2 20:23:09

((BOB HERBERT/ROANOKE CITY MANAGER: I THINK, IN TERMS OF HOW COMPLICATED THIS IS AND HOW FAR WE HAVE HAD TO COME, THAT IT'S MOVED FORWARD IN A VERY TIMELY WAY-- I'M VERY PLEASED. ))
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SOT tape 2 20:40:09

((
THIS WORKSHOP ISN'T THE FINAL PHASE OF THE PROGRAM'S CONSTRUCTION.
AN ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLIC HEARING IS PLANNED FOR APRIL 23RD-- THEN LATER ON FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS WILL GO ON TO THE ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL.
KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7. ))
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PH-Beating


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#96-18
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


Four high school students will face charges of malicious wounding after an incident at Patrick Henry High School Friday morning.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


They were originally charged with assault and battery after a Patrick Henry senior was kicked and beaten.
Yesterday, the charges were upgraded during a hearing in juvenile court.
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SOT
IN Q=Usually if someone has a minor injury

((GERALD TEASTER/PROSECUTOR: USUALLY IF SOMEONE HAS A MINOR INJURY OR NO INJURY AT ALL, OR IF IT'S A SLAP, WE LET IT BE ASSAULT AND BATTERY, BUT APPARENTLY THESE INJURIES WERE VERY SEVERE. THE PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWED QUITE A BIT OF BLOOD, CUTS ON THE INSIDE OF THE CHEEK AND LIP. ANY TIME YOU HAVE THAT TYPE OF LACERATION, THAT LIND OF SEVERE ASSAULT, IT'S BEST TO CHARGE AS MALICIOUS WOUNDING, BECAUSE IT MATCHES THE ELEMENTS BETTER.))
SUPER=01-Gerald Teaster/Prosecutor;
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OUT Q=matches the elements better.
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=HOLD


One of the defendants told the judge he was just trying to break up the fight, and parents of the teenagers say the young men have not been in trouble before.
Three of them are being held at the city's detention center until bond hearings are scheduled.
The fourth defendant has not been arraigned.

Glenwood-Elem


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-22
GRAPHIC=Education


Over in Danville, some elementary school students are setting a positive example.
Their school was recently voted one of the best elementary schools in the nation.
Teresa Hamilton has the story.
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SOT
IN Q=There's
SUPER=03-Danville; :00
SUPER=01-Mattie Travis/Parent Volunteer; :16
SUPER=01-Pat Bolt/Teacher; :34 (quick)
SUPER=01-Emily Beard/Principal; 1:04
SUPER=@Teresa2; 1:16
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OUT Q=Hamilton, News7.

(( There's a lot to brag about these days at Glenwood Elementary.
Many of the school's students come from low income or single parent families.
But better test scores and parent involvement have become common place.
Mattie Travis is a parent volunteer with twin daughters.
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SOT
IN Q=Money

((MATTIE TRAVIS/PARENT VOLUNTEER:MONEY CAN'T BUY LOVE AND THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE GETTING HERE AND I FEEL LIKE THEY'RE GETTING THE BEST EDUCATION. ))
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OUT Q=the best education.


One reason for the school's success is the use of what called a Multi-age classroom.
The teaching method combines two grade levels into one.
Pat Bolt teaches first and second grade.
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IN Q=I think of t's like

((PAT BOLT/TEACHER: I THINK OF IT AS THAT WE'RE A FAMILY, WE CALL OURSELVES THE BOLT BUNCH. ))
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Bolt also credits her success to the fact she teaches each child for two years.
In other words, when a student enters her classroom for first grade, they'll be back the following year.
Individuals desks are tossed aside in favor of a group like atmosphere where the children work on an array of projects.
She says this prompts their imaginations-- there's also more time for individual attention.
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IN Q=We're

((EMILY BEARD/PRINCIPAL:WE'RE VERY PLEASED WITH THE LEARNING THAT'S TAKING PLACE IN THE CLASSROOM, AS A RESULT OF MULTI-AGE AND OTHER PROGRAMS.))
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Last year the school was honored by Redbook magazine as one of the best elementary schools in the nation.
But Pat Bolt and others don't need an honor to realize what they already know in their heart. Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))

4-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=nba logo


In the N-B-A --
The Charlotte Hornets get an A- plus for stopping Chicago's record 44-game home winning streak.
Let's check out the scoreboards.
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SUPER=96-Seattle/108/New York/=98//Washington/111/Miami/=99;
SUPER=96-Philadelphia/=82/New Jersey/=79//Minnesota/115/Toronto/101;
SUPER=96-San Antonio/=92/Utah/=91//LA Clippers/102/Portland/=89;
SUPER=96-Dallas/104/Golden State/102;



SUPER=103-Hartford/==5/Pittsburgh/==4//Tampa Bay/==4/NY Islanders/==3;
SUPER=103-Florida/==5/NY Rangers/==3//Winnipeg/==2/St. Louis/==2;
SUPER=103-Calgary/==3/Edmonton/==2//Anaheim/==2/Vancouver/==0;



SUPER=93-Salem/==2/Wilmington/==1;