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News-head

ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
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The latest word from NEWS 7 is just 90-seconds away.
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With a very public fight along the highway across the road from Appomattox State Police Headquarters.
Significant recovery and discovery from T-W-A flight 800.
And the security guard pipe bomb suspect may not be the right guy at all.
We'll hear from his lawyer tonight.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And the local radio ratings are in.

Newsbreak


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Good Evening.
A fight broke out between two brothers in Appomattox tonight.
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SUPER=03-Appomattox;


The pair was riding in a car with another man who stopped by a railroad crossing and put them out of the vehicle.
One was armed with a whisky bottle.
The other had a four- by- four fence post.
Both remain hospitalized tonight.
SUPER=03-Shinnecock, NY;


They brought up a big piece of the fuselage from T-W-A flight 800 tonight.
Meanwhile an underwater camera has located what appears to be a critical part of the plane's cockpit, though that remains on the ocean floor tonight.
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ANCHOR=Keith


More later on NEWS 7 at 11.


Appox-Fight


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE# 96-65
GRAPHIC=None


An Appomattox County man is hospitalized tonight after a severe beating at the hands of his own brother.
Steve Smallshaw tells us authorities are still trying to piece together what happened.
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SUPER=03-Appomattox; :00
SUPER=01-Sgt. Dennis Bradner/State Police; :14
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(( It was a truck driver who spotted the two men fighting near this railroad crossing along Route 460 in Appomattox.
He notified the state police, whose headquarters are almost directly across the road...they were on the scene in minutes.
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SOT 12:01:41
IN Q=Basically from

((SGT. DENNIS BRADNER/VA STATE POLICE: BASICALLY FROM WHAT I'VE BEEN TOLD IT'S PRETTY CUT AND DRY. ONE HIT THE OTHER AND THEN THE OTHER ONE JUST RETALIATED, ONLY ABOUT THREE TIMES AS BAD AS THE FIRST ONE.))
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Police say George and Henry Moss were riding in a friend's car when George hit Henry over the head with a liquor bottle.
The two were told to get out of the car, and they continued to fight.
That's when Henry allegedly used this four-by-four section of lumber to beat his brother about the head.
What police don't know is why the two men were fighting.
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SOT 12:00:47
IN Q=They were

((BRADNER: THEY WERE TYPICAL FRIDAY NIGHT, THEY WERE GOING TO PARTY, DRINK A LITTLE BIT, ACCORDING TO WHAT THEY TOLD US AND NOBODY KNOWS WHAT PROVOKED THE VICTIM INTO HITTING THE SUSPECT OVER THE HEAD. HE JUST CALLED HIS NAME, AND WHEN HE TURNED AROUND HE HIT HIM OVER THE HEAD.))
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Henry Moss also suffered injuries in the fight.
Police say he likely will be charged with the attempted murder of his brother.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Appomattox.))
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=None


A Lynchburg hospital spokeswoman says both brothers are listed in stable condition tonight.

TWA-800


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
TAPE# net-b
GRAPHIC=Plane Crash Investigation


The Navy brought up the biggest piece of wreckage from T-W-A flight 800 so far- -today...
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SUPER=03-Shinnecock, NY;

a 45-foot chunk of fuselage.
At the same time, divers resumed the search for the remaining victims.
And in a further development, a remote underwater camera has located a critical part of the plane's cockpit.
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IN Q=We think

((REAR ADMIRAL EDWARD KRISTENSEN, US NAVY: WE THINK WHAT WE HAVE IS THE FORWARD WINDOWS FROM ONE SIDE TO THE OTHER WRAPPED AROUND THAT PART OF THE COCKPIT.))
SUPER=01-Rear Admiral Edward Kristensen/US Navy;
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VO-NAT


Investigators say they still don't have enough evidence to determine what brought down the jumbo jetliner two weeks ago.
A source close to the probe says investigators are prepared to offer a reward of $2 million dollars or more if the disaster is linked to sabotage.
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Olympics-Bomb


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=KHu
TAPE# net-c
GRAPHIC=Olympic Explosion


Federal investigators have reportedly completed a comparative analysis of security guard Richard Jewell's voice and that of a man who made a 9-1-1 call to warn Atlanta police of the bombing....and have found... NO apparent similarities.
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Searches of Jewell's cabin, his apartment...and two other locations linked to him...have also come up empty. And while agents continue to search an office he used in North Georgia...several investigators have now effectively written him off as a suspect.
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SOT 20:09:18
IN Q=We know

((WATSON BRYANT/JEWELL'S Attorney: I ASKED RICHARD ABOUT THIS EXPLOSIVES TRAINING THAT HE RECEIVED, AND IT WAS EXPLOSIVES TRAINING IN HOW TO RECOGNIZE A BOMB, AND WHAT TO DO IF YOU SEE ONE. iT HAD NOTHING WHATSOEVER TO DO WITH HOW TO CONSTRUCT ONE OR HOW TO DIFFUSE ONE, OR ANYTHING AT ALL ABOUT HOW TO MAKE ONE.))
SUPER=01-Watson Bryant/Jewell's Attorney;
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OUT Q=to go away.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA;


The F-B-I lab has successfully isolated several partial fingerprints believed to belong to the bomber from a telephone receiver used to make the 911 call.
Analysts are also examining segments of electricians' tape used to bind the Atlanta pipe bombs for more prints.
Sources say no matches have been made with any suspects so far.
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Saudi-Bombing


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=khu
TAPE# net-d
GRAPHIC=Bombing


Renewed speculation tonight that the bombing of a U-S military housing unit in Saudi Arabia was linked to Iran.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Dharahn, Saudi Arabia/June 25;


U-S Defense Secretary William Perry says there may have been an international connection and he warned that strong action would be taken against any organization found responsible.
Secretary Perry said the Saudi government is close to completing its investigation of the truck bomb blast that killed 19 American servicemen.
Perry said Iran is the leading candidate among countries that would commit terrorist acts against the United States.
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Congress


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE# net-e
GRAPHIC=Minimum Wage


Congress has sent the President a bill to raise the minimum wage.
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VO-NAT


The measure cleared the Senate, 76-to-22, after a similarly lopsided vote in the House.
The final bill raises the hourly wage by 50 cents, at first- -to four- dollars- 75 cents, as of October first.
The wage goes up another 40- cents in September of 1997.
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


Congress worked into the evening- -a rare Friday night session.
You can see Sixth District Representative Bob Goodlatte leaving the capitol here tonight.
He and his colleagues in the house passed an anti-terrorism bill today, but it'll be at least another month before the Senate takes it up.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=None


The bill provides for new airport security measures. But it excludes President Clinton's proposals to expand wiretapping authority.
House Republicans added a last-minute concession: a provision for a study of whether chemical markers should be placed in black and smokeless powders, which are commonly used in making bombs.

Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


When News 7 at 11 returns,
Hey Buddy, can you spare a roll of dimes?
One woman turned her spare change into a nice payday.
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VO-NAT


And,
We'll check in on a Franklin County restaraunt owner, who is battling to change some liquor laws that he feels are too hard.
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ANCHOR=Robin

wx ad lib Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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Armed-Robbery


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE# 96-51
GRAPHIC=None


Lynchburg authorities say a police tracking dog helped them nab two armed robbery suspects this morning.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg;


Around 8:15, two masked teenagers entered the Midget Market on Polk Street, brandished a gun and demanded money.
They fled on foot, but a K-9 unit from the Lynchburg Sheriff's Department tracked the pair to a nearby home.
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SOT 7:45:46
IN Q=We identified

((CMDR. EARL BURNETTE/LYNCHBURG POLICE: WE IDENTIFIED AN INDIVIDUAL WHO LIVES IN A HOUSE IN THAT AREA THAT THE DOG WENT TO, MATCHING THE DESCRIPTION OF THE ROBBERY SUSPECT AS FAR AS THE CLOTHES HE HAD ON THIS MORNING, THE HEIGHT, THE WEIGHT, SKIN TONE AND HAIR.)) ((DEP. JEFF MILES/LYNCHBURG SHERIFF'S DEPT.: THEY CONTAINED THE AREA WHERE NOBODY CAME ON, THE DOG PICKED UP THE TRACK LIKE HE'S SUPPOSED TO AND FOLLOWED IT TO THE END.))
SUPER=01-Cmdr. Earl Burnette/Lynchburg Police; :00
SUPER=01-Dep. Jeff Miles/Lynchburg Sheriff's Dept.; :15
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OUT Q=to the end.
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VO-NAT


Both fourteen- year- old suspects are charged with armed robbery and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.
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Dime-Scam


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-55
GRAPHIC=None


Police are looking for a woman who has been bamboozling bank tellers.
The scam artist turns pennies into big bucks-- she has hit three banks along Interstate 81.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Wytheville;


On Wednesday, a woman walked away with several hundred dollars from two banks in Wytheville and one in Pulaski.
Sheriff Wayne Pike says banks in Kingsport, Tennessee and Roanoke have also been victims of this dime scam.
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SOT 9:04:28
IN Q=A WHITE FEMALE

((SHERIFF WAYNE PIKE/WYTHE COUNTY: A WHITE FEMALE, 45 TO 50 YEARS OLD GOES INTO BANKS WITH ROLLS OF WHAT APPEARS TO BE DIMES BUT TURNS OUT TO BE PENNIES WITH DIMES SHOWING ON EACH END.))
SUPER=01-Wayne Pike/Wythe Co. Sheriff;
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OUT Q=ON EACH END
SS=Full Screen


Sheriff Pike says investigators do have a suspect.
Witnesses say she drives a teal colored sedan with either Tennessee or South Carolina plates.
If you have any information call your local police department.

Orvis


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE# 96-61
GRAPHIC=Business News


A year- and- a- half ago Orvis announced plans to DOUBLE the size of its operation in Roanoke's Center for Industry and Technology.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


So far there's no evidence any dirt has been moved.
But there has been movement on the project BEHIND the scenes.
The mail order giant has signed a deal with the city to purchase the land it needs to expand.
City council will vote on the sale Monday.
SUPER=@File;


The increased space will allow Orvis to add an average of 50 employees a year to its workforce.
Right now Orvis has 500 full- time and part- time people.
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Franklin-Drinks


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=spr
TAPE# 96-53
GRAPHIC=None


A Franklin County man is trying to change a stiff liquor law in Franklin County.
But as Scott Prince found out... his plan is on the rocks.
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SUPER=03-Franklin Co.; :00
SUPER=01-Jerry Leonard/Jerry's Steakhouse; :18
SUPER=@Scott1; :35
SUPER=01-Carl Simpson/Supports Petition Effort; :48
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((It's a sign of the times for this Franklin County eatery.
Jerry's Steakhouse can only sell beer and wine-- no mixed drinks.
That's because only certain districts in the county allow the sale of hard alcohol.
Owner Jerry Leonard says that's too tough to swallow... and wants to change the law come election time.
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SOT 4:22:24
IN Q=We've got

((JERRY LEONARD/JERRY'S STEAKHOUSE: WE'VE GOT OUR PETITIONS, AND GOT THEM OUT. AND I PUT MY FIRST PETITIONS OUT JUNE THE TENTH. )) BUTT! BUTT! BUTT!
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((I WAS IN THE PROCESS OF GETTING IT PUT ON THE BALLOT IN NOVEMBER TO BE VOTED ON. ))
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But his plans have to be put on HOLD.
His petitions are now barred, because of a filing error. Stand up 4:41:59
But even if the issue did make it on the ballot, there's no guarantee it would pass.
Two times, similar referendums have made it on.
Both times they've been shot down. End Stand up
Even still, there are some who feel there would be enough support to get the law changed.
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SOT 4:30:37
IN Q=If it's

((CARL SIMPSON/SUPPORTS PETITION EFFORT: IF IT'S LEGAL IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA TO SELL AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE, EVERYONE WHO WANTS A LICENSE SHOULD BE ABLE TO DO IT-- AS LONG AS THEY COMPLY WITH THE RULES AND REGULATIONS. ))
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OUT Q=and regulations


Leonard says he'll be better prepared next time around.
Even if he was able to sell liquor... he believes the focus at his restaurant would always be the food.
And he hopes THAT'S good enough to keep his customers in high spirits.
Scott Prince, News- 7, Franklin County.))

GOP-Primary


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 96-56
GRAPHIC=Republicans


Virginia Republicans are still assessing the fallout of a federal court order that bans them from charging fees for conventions.
The bad news is the price tag of a primary for taxpayers.
The good news for the state party may be the "electability factor" of candidates picked by the public.
Ellen Qualls takes a look.
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SUPER=03-Richmond/June 1994; :00
SUPER=01-Scott Leake/Va. GOP Caucus; :17
SUPER=@Ellen2; :55
SUPER=01-Bob Holsworth/VCU Political Analyst; 1:06
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OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Richmond.


(( Used to be Virginia Republicans paid their own way to pick candidates like Oliver North.
This year, the Supreme Court put its foot down on fees.
Now party officials wish former party chairman Pat McSweeney had pushed for an out-of-court settlement and a little more wiggle room.
SOT 04:47:39

((SCOTT LEAKE/VA. GOP CAUCUS: WELL IT WAS UNFORTUNATE THAT THE NEW PARTY COMMITTEE AND CHAIRMAN WERE KIND OF FORCED INTO TAKING A KIND OF TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, AND THERE WAS NOTHING LEFT TO TAKE.))
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So the 1997 ticket with Jim Gilmore as the likely headliner for Governor will be decided by primary.
But what about the 100 House of Delegates seats up for grabs -- if the GOP nominations are contested?
SOT 04;46:08

((SCOTT LEAKE/VA. GOP CAUCUS: IT MIGHT BE PRESUMED THAT BY THE SAME TOKEN, ALL OTHER NOMINATIONS HAVE TO GET JUSTICE DEPARTMENT APPROVAL. HOW MUCH YOU CAN CHARGE FOR A MASS MEETING, OR A LITTLE COUNTY CONVENTION? HOW MUCH NOTICE YOU HAVE TO GIVE? THINGS LIKE THAT. THERE MAY BE A WHOLE LOT OF FEDERAL HOOPS WE HAVE TO JUMP THROUGH. I HOPE THERE AREN'T.))
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So many special elections carry a price to taxpayers.
The primary process may also cost some groups influence -- especially Christian conservatives, who've packed conventions in the past.
SOT 03:15:28

((BOB HOLSWORTH/VCU POLITIAL ANALYST: THESE FOLKS CAN BE VERY HELPFUL IN A GENERAL ELECTION. THEY CAN DO A LOT OF WORK LIKE LABOR DOES FOR THE DEMOCRATS. BUT AT THE SAME TIME, IF THE PARTY IS SEEN AS CAPTIVE TO SMALL INTEREST GROUPS, THE PARTY CAN HAVE A BIG PROBLEM COME THE GENERAL ELECTION.))
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But with the vote of confidence a primary can give a candidate like John Warner, Republican convention winners -- who bomb later at the ballot box may be relics of the past.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))
Tease#2

Soft Music Under
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=none


Still to come on News 7 at 11,
Did the Vinton pigs go to market?
Their owners say they are not at home any more.
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VO-NAT


And,
A downtown Roanoke peach festival is underway.
We'll check on the festivities.
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MUSIC UP FULL
COMM#2


MULDOON


ANCHOR=KEITH
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=DAL
TAPE# 96-54
GRAPHIC=Campaign 96


Patrick Muldoon wants to roll down the river into the capitol building.
Denise Allen reports the young challenger is short on campaign finances-- but long on ingenuity.
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SUPER=03-Radford/Monday; :10
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((Congressional candidate Patrick Muldoon took to the New River in hopes of paddling to a political victory.
The canoe trip is one way the challenger hopes to bridge the money gap.
Democratic incumbent Rick Boucher has big bucks to spend on his re-election campaign.
So this political newcomer is trying different ways to spread his message.
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IN Q=IT'S SERIOUS BUSINESS

((PATRICK MULDOON/R-CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE: IT'S SERIOUS BUSINESS BUT YOU ALWAYS CAN HAVE FUN ALONG THE WAY. WE'RE JUST TRYING TO DRAW ATTENTION TO OURSELVES SO PEOPLE GET EXCITED ABOUT OUR CAMPAIGN AND KNOW THERE'S A CHOICE.))
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Concerning issues that Congress is currently addressing, Muldoon says he'd vote for the Health Care bill which would let Americans take their insurance with them if they change jobs.
Muldoon also says welfare reform would put money back into taxpayers' pockets.
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SOT 12:09:42
IN Q=THAT FIVE YEAR

((THAT FIVE YEAR LIMIT IS A NICE CUSHION. IT'S PLENTY OF TIME TO GET UP OFF YOUR FEET AND TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE. TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR LIFE.))
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OUT Q=RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR LIFE


Muldoon says that's why he's paddling to Washington--to put the responsibility of living back into the hands of the people at the local level.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Pigs


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Sta
TAPE#96-67
GRAPHIC=None


Mum's the word on the Vinton pigs.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Vinton/File Tape;


A judge ruled earlier this summer that keeping the pet pigs violated a town ordinance.
Pet owner Emma Saunders then said that she would likely put them to sleep.
But, soon after the court case a man approached Saunders about adopting the pigs but he never followed up on the offer.
Now, the three pigs are apparently no longer with the family.
There's no comment yet from the Saunders but their attorney Pat Ferrence said he's confident the family complied with the judge's ruling.
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GLTC


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE# 96-62
GRAPHIC=None


The buses in Lynchburg are getting better sound systems.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/This Week;


Thanks to a grant from the Department of Rehabilitative Services, the city's bus company is now mounting external speakers on all of its buses.
The outside speakers will announce arrivals and departures, helping disabled riders make the right connections.
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SOT 7:26:13//7:14:43
IN Q=It not only

((MICHAEL CARROLL/GLTC: IT NOT ONLY HELPS THE SIGHT- IMPAIRED BUT I THINK IT HELPS JUST THE REGULAR RIDERS AS WELL. IT GIVES ANOTHER CLUE AS TO WHAT BUS IS PULLING UP AT YOUR STOP, PARTICULARLY AT A BUSY LOCATION SUCH AS THE PLAZA CONNECTION- TRANSFER POINT.)) ((DENNIS GRAGG/CENTRAL VA PLANNING DISTRICT: IT REALLY HELPS THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED PERSON REMAIN INDEPENDENT WITHOUT HAVING TO ASK SOMEBODY FOR ASSISTANCE, AND I THINK THAT'S A QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUE THAT'S REALLY IMPORTANT.))
SUPER=01-Michael Carroll/GLTC Director; :00
SUPER=01-Dennis Gragg/Central VA Planning District; :11
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OUT Q=that's really important.
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VO-NAT


The grant will pay to retrofit buses bought before 1992 that have only internal speakers.
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Radio-Ratings


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# None
GRAPHIC=NONE


Advance ratings numbers for the spring of 1996 are in for the Roanoke-Lynchburg radio market.
SS=Full Screen


According to Abritron,
Country station W-Y-Y-D tops the list.
It's more than three points higher than urban sister stations W-J-J-X and W-J-J-S.
Pop station K-92, came in third, while W-S-L-Q came in fourth with its adult contemporary music.
W-R-O-V came in fifth at 6 point- five.

S-Score


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-13
GRAPHIC=NONE


Steve Mason has the story of tonight's Riverdawgs playoff game, plus, the Redskins were in preseason action tonight, the field for the Brickyard 400 is set
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and the Olympic Dream Team got the meet the United State's gymnastics Dream team, and Reggie Miller mugged with the girls, and Shaquille O'Neal took Dominic Moceanu to new heights.
Now let's check out the ball park figures from tonight's action. wipe to scores
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SUPER=X5010;
SUPER=0091-/Seattle/2/j/Detroit/8////Minnesota/10/j/Boston/11///;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0091-/Baltimore/1/j/Cleveland/11////California/2/j/Toronto/9///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0091-/New York/3/j/Kansas City/4//Fielder - 27th

HR//Chicago/9//Texas/0/9/Brewers-A's - LATE/;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0092-j/Pittsburgh/8//Philadelphia/3////Cincinnati/1/j/Montreal/11///;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0092-j/St. Louis/4//New York/3////San Francisco/1/j/Houston/5///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0092-/Atlanta/0//Los Angeles/0/3/Smoltz After

18th/j/Colorado/7//Chicago/2///;
SUPER=x5011;
SUPER=0093-j/Kinston/6//Salem/5////Lynchburg/6/j/Winston-Salem/10///;
SUPER=x5012;
SUPER=0105-/Danville/4/j/Martinsville/5////;
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OUT Q=...LAST SCORE
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S-Dawgs


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-17
GRAPHIC=Riverdawgs


1 thousand, and 50 fans turned out to watch the Roanoke Riverdawgs in their playoff debut.
Steve Mason was at victory stadium and has more on Nashville's upset of the league's top team.
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IN Q=first audio
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Metros vs. Riverdawgs; :00
SUPER=01-John Busch/Nashville Goalie; :17
SUPER=01-Aaron Ewert/Riverdawgs Goalie; :32
SUPER=01-Ian Spooner/Riverdawgs Forward; :46
SUPER=34-Nashville/==2/Roanoke/==1; 1:09
SUPER=01-Ed McMichael/Roanoke Coach; 1:17
SUPER=@Steve1; 1:29
RUNS=1:33
OUT Q=...news 7 sports"
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S-Rush


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-11
GRAPHIC=ROANOKE RUSH


Now tomorrow night the Roanoke Rush will play its National Minor League Football season opener against the Carolina Bobcats on the same Victory Stadium turf.
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SOT
IN Q="That is one of...

((DUKE STRAGER/ROANOKE RUSH HEAD COACH:))
SUPER=01-Duke Strager/Roanoke Rush Head Coach; :00
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=...HAVE TO USE IT."
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#RS96-1
GRAPHIC=REDSKINS TRAINING CAMP


The Washington Redskins took their training camp on the road tonight up to Orchard Park, New York to take on the BUffalo Bills in a little preseason action.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Orchard Park, NY/Bills vs. Redskins; :00


A very pleasant night at Rich stadium as the Bills and Jim Kelly grabbed a 7-to-3 lead on the Redskins.
Kelly hits Andre Reed who out jumps Tom Carter at the goal line for the TD 4:55 into the second quarter.
The Redskins answered with Heath Shuler leading a nice drive and giving it to reggie Brooks for the dive to make it 10-to-3 Skins.
SUPER=30-Washington/17/Buffalo/7;


Washington's special teams also came alive. On the Buffalo field goal attempt Daryl Pound will slice in and get the block and the Skins open the preseason with a 17-to-7 win over the Bills.
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S-Busch


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-15
GRAPHIC=BUSCH LOGO


Last night the Super Trucks were in the spotlight at Indianapolis, and tonight the Busch Grand National cars took their turn under the lights at Indianapolis Raceway Park.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/ESPN; :00


And the 35 thousand fans got their money's worth early as Jeff Green in the Earnhardt look-a-like Goodwrench Chevy taps Todd Bodine and sends the two cars barreling into pit wall just 10 laps in to the Kroger 200.
Speaking of Kroger, one of the top drivers in last Saturday's Kroger-WDBJ 250, Andy Houston made his Busch debut tonight and unfortunately hit the wall on lap 57.
Randy LaJoie the pole winner was in third with under 20 laps to go, but leader Chad LIttle and second Hermie Sadler crashed in front of him and he squeaks by the for the win in the Kroger 200.
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=INDIANAPOLIS


The Brickyard 400 gets underway at one o'clock tomorrow afternoon at Indianapolis.
Gary Bradberry in the Shoney's Ford was the fastest qualifier today in second round time trials. Here's how they'll stack up in spots 26 through 40. wipe to boards
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5013;
SUPER=0107-26. Gary Bradberry/174.584/27. John Andretti//28. Jeff Burton //29.

Geoff Bodine//30. Michael Waltrip;
SUPER=X5009
SUPER=0107-31. Kenny Wallace//32. Ward Burton//33. Darrell Waltrip//34. Robert

Pressley//35. Derrike Cope;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-36. Ricky Rudd//37. Bobby Hamilton//38. Morgan Shepherd//39. Ricky

Craven//40. Dave Marcis;
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The final practice sessions were quite eventful this afternoon, as Bobby HIllin, who qualified 5th hit the wall and somehow didn't hit anyone else, he'll have to go to a backup car.
And so will Bobby Hamilton who crashed the STP Pontiac late in practice and will now have to start at the back of the field tomorrow.
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((RICHARD PETTY/OWNER - STP PONTIAC:))
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Still to come tonight, an area AAU team is lighting it up in the nationals,
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And the tattooed, dyed rebounding wonder is coming back to the Bulls.
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S-Rodman


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ksh
TAPE#S6-14
GRAPHIC=Rodman


The nucleus of the defending world champion Chicago Bulls will remain in tact now that Dennis Rodman has come to terms with the team.
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SUPER=04-NBA


The NBA's top rebounder has reportedly agreed to a one year deal worth considerably more than the six million dollars the Bulls offered last month.
Official terms of the deal will not be released until Rodman officially signs.
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S-PIedmont


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=AAU HOOPS


The Piedmont Stars AAU basketball team from the Martinsville-Henry County area continues to roll in the National tournament down in Cocoa Beach, Florida.
The team is in the now in the final four with Los Angeles, San Francisco, and St. Louis.

S-Olympics


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Atlanta Olympic Logo


Still no word tonight on whether Carl Lewis will run in the finals of the 4 X 100 relay tomorrow night.
Lewis, who is in search of his 10th gold medal did not run in tonight's semi-finals.
Elsewhere, the United State men's baseball team nailed down the bronze as ex-UVa star Seth Greisinger helped pitch three hitter against Nicaragua.
And the US women's Dream Team beat Australia today to advance to the gold medal game against Brazil.

PEACH-FESTIVAL


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=afr
TAPE# 96-66
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The refreshments were peachy keen in downtown Roanoke today.
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Vendors, entertainers and artists came out for the peach festival in Crestar Plaza.
Downtown Roanoke Incorporated is helping put on the festival which benefits a local child care agency.
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((IT IS A BONUS FOR THE NORTHWEST CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, A TERRIFIC FACILITY THAT HELPS OUT CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES. ))
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If you missed the festival today, you still have a chance to taste all sorts of peach goodies-- from cobbler to milkshakes.
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The festival continues tomorrow morning at 10 and runs until 5 P-M.