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A breaking story tonight- A T-W-A plane bound for paris goes down off Long Island New York. We'll have a live report.
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Plus Convicted killer Joe Savino was scheduled to die at nine tonight- That did not happen. We'll have the latest from Jarrett where Ellen Qualls is standing by.
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News 7 is next.

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PLANE-CRASH


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An eyewitness describes a TWA plane crash tonight off Long Island.
The 7-4-7 had just left New York's JFK airport- bound for Paris- when it apparently exploded in air.
212 passengers and 17 crew members were aboard the flight-
The coast guard says there was a report of life rafts floating in the water.
Rick Jackson is standing by in New York with the latest. live New York
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Savino


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He wanted to be executed in 1990. He attempted suicide on death row two years ago.
Tonight, last minute legal wrangling delayed the lethal injection of Bedford County killer Joe Savino. At this hour, that execution is finally scheduled to take place. Ellen Qualls is at the Greensville correxctional center.
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Thank you Ellen. We'll return to you as events warrant

Bedford-Fire


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An elderly Bedford County man died when his home went up in flames early this morning.
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Firefighters responded to this house off Route 722 in the Body Camp area of the county around 3:15 a-m.
The house already was engulfed in flames, trapping 80- year- old Jobe Nelms inside.
Nelms' body was found inside his front bedroom, where a stray cigarette apparently sparked the blaze.
Authorities say Nelms was confined to a wheelchair and was a heavy smoker.
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Orren


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A suspect in a string of arsons in Southwest Roanoke will spend at least six years in prison.
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Today, 20- year- old Phillip Vincent Orren pled guilty to six counts of arson.
In January, Orren was charged with setting fire to a Patterson Avenue home, while someone was asleep inside.
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As a result of a plea agreement, Orren received a 35 year prison sentence with all but six years suspended.
He'll be on probation for ten years.

Drug


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The White House Spokesmsan today admitted he used drugs in the 70's and he DID inhale.
Mike McCurry made the admission as questions arise about drug use by White House Staffers.
Eric Enberg has more from Washington.
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((Early in the Clinton Administration, the Secret Service was so concerned about prior drug use by some new appointees that it denied them passes to get into the White House as potential security risks.
Secret Service officials testifying before the House Committee investigating Filegate revealed that drug histories, including cocaine use, showed up in background files.
ANDREW COLE, SECRET SERVICE: WERE THERE EVER PARTICULAR FILES THAT YOU OPPOSED THE ISSUANCE OF A PERMANENT PASS?
INITIALLY, YES.
The White House has acknowledged that 21 appointees -- none high-level -- had drug problems. They were cleared by the Secret Service when the Administration set up a special random testing program. Agent Arnold Cole.
COLE: AND THE ISSUES WERE MITIGATED TO, AT SOME POINT, THEY DID RECEIVE A PASS. Q: REP. DAVIS: AND DRUG TESTING WAS A PART OF THE SOLUTION TO THAT? COLE: THAT'S CORRECT.
The Presidential spokesman stressed that a zero-tolerance drug policy is in effect now....and used himself as exhibit-A...
MIKE MCCURRY, WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY:
DID I SMOKE A JOINT FROM TIME TO TIME? OF COURSE I DID. AND THE FBI KNOWS THAT. AND THAT WAS IN MY BACKGROUND FILE, AND THAT DOESN'T DISQUALIFY ME FOR FROM SERVING HERE. THE POINT IS IF I USE DRUGS NOW IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM, I'M GONE. I'M HISTORY.
The White House says flatly that no appointee has ever tested positive for drugs since the random testing began. Eric Enberg, CBS News, Washington.))

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Former drug czar Bill Bennett says the Clinton administration has displayed a cavalier attitude toward illegal drug use.
Bennett made his charge while traveling with G-O-P candidate Bob Dole.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
Still to come to News 7, Len Besthoff examines the changing times at the Roanoke TImes,
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and a Franklin County antique dealer accused of grand larceny turns himself into federal authorities.
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Clyde-Bryant


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Antique dealer Clyde Bryant surrendered to the U-S Marshal in Roanoke today.
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The high- rolling fugitive was handed over to Franklin County authorities for a court appearance this afternoon.
There are three grand larceny warrants against him already on file in the county courthouse.
Court papers list "the total amount taken by fraudulent means through Bryant's schemes at well over one million dollars."
A county investigator estimates as many as 35 people have been victimized by Bryant's schemes... such as taking furniture for consignment sale, then allegedly absconding with it.
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Investigators believe Bryant's been in Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi... a center of casinos and river boat gambling.
His friends believe high- stakes gambling and six- figure high- interest loans are what did him in.
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Roanoke-Deputies


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It's been a couple of weeks since two Roanoke City sheriff's deputies were cleared of sexual misconduct charges.
Now they're back at work.
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Deputies David Bell and Larry Neighbors returned to their jobs at the city jail earlier this week.
The two had been accused of raping and sodomizing a woman while they were off-duty.
But the judge in the case dismissed the charges... saying the alleged victim's story was not believable.
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7/17A-Roanoke-Times


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Over the past three or four years the Roanoke Times has lost a number of highly experienced people from its newsroom.
Has that affected the paper it prints each day?
Len Besthoff explores that question in part three of his series, Changing Times at the Roanoke Times.
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In the last few years the Roanoke Times has lost a Pulitzer Prize finalist, an award winning investigative reporter, and a business writer who worked at the paper more than four decades...to name a few.
The person in charge of the Times' day to day news operation says those departures and the loss of quite a few other key staffers is normal in a business known for its high turnover rate.
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Wendy Zomparelli adds that a number of experienced people still work for the paper, and in many ways, the Roanoke Times has one of the best news staffs it has ever had.
But staffers both past and present admit a wholesale changing of the guard has its price.
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On more than one occasion, people on the news staff at the Roanoke Times have said a new, strictly enforced team based program is a big reason why some people have left, and others are considering leaving.
In part four of our series we'll take a closer look at something called Continuous Improvement.
Len Besthoff, News-7. ))

Primary-Colors


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One of the big mysteries in political circles was solved today-
The anonymous author of a best selling book on the Clinton Campain finally comes clean.
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Newsweek Columist Joe Klein admitted he is the author of Primary Colors- an insiders satire of the 1992 campaign.
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The book has sold more than one million copies.
Klein revealed his identify after the Washington Post reported notes on the novel's manuscript matched Klein's handwriting.
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Coming next on News 7,
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a local music group is going for the gold, but not necessarily a gold record--
Roanoke band Radar Rose is on its way to the Olympics.
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Olympic-Music


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What do musical artists Gloria Estefan, Joan Osborne, and Carlos Santana have in common?
They're all performing in the summer Olympics.
And while Roanoke band Radar Rose doesn't have international fame, it too will share in the Olympic spotlight.
Kimberly McBroom has the story.
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Radar Rose isn't known worldwide just yet-- it may be soon.
Members of the local acoustic rock group are packing their bags for a two- week Olympic Village tour.
The band will perform for athletes at four of the five Olympic villages-- starting Monday in Tennessee, and then ending up in Columbus, Georgia.
The four band members have been together for three years-- but this is by far their biggest gig.
Just how will this Roanoke- based band find its niche in such an international event?
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((JANE GABRIELLE/"RADAR ROSE": FOR OURSELVES, I MEAN, RADAR ROSE IS ABOUT TALKING TO PEOPLE IN A REAL WAY, ACROSS GENDER LINES, AND ACROSS RACIAL LINES, AND ACROSS COUNTRY LINES, AND EVERYTHING, AND I JUST FEEL LIKE OUR MUSIC AND OUR MESSAGE OF PEACE WILL GO ON WELL. ))
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Band members say they'll be proud to be able to bring their part of the mountains to Atlanta.
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((ANASTASIA MOONEY/"RADAR ROSE": BECAUSE PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD WILL SEE RADAR ROSE, FROM ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. ))
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Kimberly McBroom, News 7. Wx-Tape
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S-Schott


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Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott is in trouble with Major League Baseball again.
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Earlier this season Schott was suspended for two and a half years because of multiple racial and ethnic slurs over the past two years.
She stepped down on June 12-th and turned over control of the club to Reds controller John Allen.
Well, yesterday, Major League Baseball baned the Reds owner from entering her Riverfront Stadium office and her luxury suite.
Reports say on the first day of her suspension, Schott tried to attend a staff meeting but was told by Allen she could not attend. And she's also accused of meddling in team operations.
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S-Reds


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In Cincinnati this afternoon, The St. Louis Cardinals used the long ball to beat the slumping Reds 6 to 4.
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John Mabry started it in the first inning when he takes this pitch deep over the right field wall giving St. Louis the one to nothing lead.
Then in the 8-th Brian Jordan hit a SUPER=35-St.

Louis/6/Cincinnati/4/;solo homer to added to the Cardinal lead. St. Louis beats Cincinnati 6 to 4 for their sixth straight win.
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S-MLB


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The New York Mets came from behind this afternoon to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 3 to 2.
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Kevin Stocker was the man for the Phillies in the second he hits this shot off the wall in center field scoring Benito Santiago Philly led 1 to nothing.
then in the fourth he singles again this time to left field J.R. Phillips rounds the bases to score and Philadelphia led the Mets 2 to nothing.
New York's Todd Hundley gets all SUPER=35-New York/3/Philadelphia/2/;of

this pitch sending it over the left center field wall for a solo homer the Mets trailed 2 to 1 but New York comes back to win the game 3 to 2.
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S-Sox


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In Minnesota, Denny Hocking hits this R-B-I single up the middle scoring

Dave Hollins in the 9-th the Twins beat the White Sox 4 to 3.
For all of today's scores lets check the boards.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, both campers and counselors are learning at Radford University's basketball camp. Brett Favre is ready to return to football.
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And Mike Stevens checks in with the Redskins as they arrive to open their 1996 training camp.
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wrap-Savino


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Convicted murderer Joe Savino has been put to death in the Greensville Correctional Center.
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Ellen Qualls is at the Center where she filed this report.

S-Skins


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The Washington Redskins open training camp this morning at Frostburg State university, and your Hometown Station was the only Virginia television station on the scene as the team arrived in town yesterday.
Mike Stevens and photographer Scott Ayers have more on the Redskins arrival in Frostburg.
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S-Favre


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Green Bay Packer quarterback Brett Favre addressed the media today and said he did not have a problem with alcohol.
Favre, who spent six weeks in drug rehabilitation for an addiction to painkillers, said he no longer is addicted and is ready to report to training camp.
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S-Radford


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The Radford University boys camp has invaded the Dedmon Center this week.
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110 campers ages eight to 17 are learning the finer points of the game this week.
Former Virginia Tech standouts Shawn Smith, Shawn Good and Damon Watlington joined forces with Radford players as counselors.
This year, the camper-to-coach ratio is smaller.
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While a great deal of time is spent teaching the fundamentals; there is always time for fun.
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That's all the sports we have time for now, but coming up in a little later on Mornin', we'll have Mike Stevens with a report from Washington Redskins camp.

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