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(( Here's what's headed your way next on NEWS-7 Primetime...
A former teacher's fifth grade student is among the two people arrested in connection with the robbery and murder of a retired school teacher in Marion. WIPE WIPE WIPE
A consumer magazine believes one sport utility vehicle is unsafe and should be taken off the road...but the manufacturer isn't sitting idle.))
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ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#top
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TOP STORY GRAPHIC 11004
VO-NAT


And the Top Story this Thursday night September 12th...
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VO-NAT


The Pentagon confirms Iraq has again fired at U.S. warplanes, just as the U.S. beefs up firepower in the Persian Gulf.
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P-Iraq


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#net-
GRAPHIC=news7 primetime


Good Evening, this is News 7 Primetime on WEFC.
I'm Connie Stevens.
SS=iraq conflict


The Aircraft carrier U-S-S Enterprise, with its 75 planes, is now being sent to shore up U.S. military forces in the Gulf.
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VO-NAT


Two additional B-52 bombers will join the F-117 fighter bombers en route to Kuwait.
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister is calling it an act of war.
SUPER=03-Rancho Cucamonga; :


In turn, President Clinton has strong words from the campaign trail.
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IN Q=I don't want

((I DON'T WANT TO GET IN A WORD WAR WITH SADDAM HUSSEIN BUT WE ARE GOING TO DO EVERYTHING IT TAKES TO KEEP HIM FROM THREATENING HIS NEIGHBORS, THREATENING OUR PILOTS AND WE ARE GOING TO ENFORCE THE NO FLY ZONE. applause))
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VO-NAT


The government says Iraq fired three anti-aircraft missiles in the Southern no-fly zone...but said no planes were in the area at the time.
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P-Davis


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=tal
TAPE#596-28
GRAPHIC=murder investigation


Two people are now charged in connection with the death of a retired Smyth County school teacher.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Marion;


This morning a judge appointed two Abingdon lawyers to represent 23 year- old Harold David Davis on charges of capital murder, rape and burglary.
He was arrested last night in Marion, one week after 68 year- old Anna Jean Anderson was found strangled to death in her home.
Police have also charged one of Anderson's former fifth- grade students with burglary in the case.
He was arrested last night at the sheriff's department.
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SOT 16:11:38
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((WHAT WAS HE HERE AT THE JAIL FOR? DON LAMBERT/STATE POLICE AGENT: HE WAS BEING QUESTIONED. QUESTION: DID HE COME HERE VOLUNTARILY? ANSWER: YES. ))
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VO-NAT


Police are not releasing the juvenile's name, though News-7 confirmed through other sources he is 17 year- old Josh Widener.
Sources also tell News-7 that Davis did various jobs as a laborer, and had done work at the victim's home in the past.
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P-TWA


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#net-c
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Off Long Island/July;


The F-B-I confirms investigators in the T-W-A crash might blow up a plane to help their efforts.
The idea is to explode an old Boeing 747 to simulate the blast that destroyed T-W-A Flight 800.
James Kallstrom says the results could help pinpoint the cause of the crash.
Still, there's been no official decision on whether to go ahead with the test explosion.
All 230 people aboard were killed when the TWA plane exploded after takeoff from New York in July.
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P-Isuzu


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#net-d
GRAPHIC=none


Isuzu is striking back at its critics.
The automaker says claims by "Consumer Reports" that Isuzu's sport utility vehicles are unsafe are untrue.
Elizabeth Kaledin reports.
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SOT 16:52:01
IN Q=In the latest
SUPER=01-Terry Maloney/American Isuzu Motors; :16
SUPER=01-Elizabeth Kaledin/Reporting; :51
SUPER=01-Andy Cherner/Isuzu Dealer; 1:56
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OUT Q=EK, CBS News, Washington.

((
In the latest war of words between the car maker and the consumer advocate...Isuzu is firing back! At a press conference in Washington the auto manufacturer insists its 1995/96 model trooper is as safe as they come:
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IN Q=The trooper

((TERRY MALONEY/AMERICAN ISUZU MOTORS THE TROOPER IS A VEHICLE PARENTS CAN FEEL SAFE PLACING THEIR CHILDREN IN))
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That is not the opinion of consumer reports which announced in august the Isuzu trooper failed a series of roll-over tests and is unstable in sharp turns.
Consumer Reports is targeting the vehicle in it's October issue and has been running a taped message urging car buyers to beware.
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IN Q=We recommend you

((WE RECOMMEND YOU DO NOT PURCHASE THE 1995 ISUZU TROOPER..THE 1996 ISUZU TROOPER AND THE ACURA SLX. ))
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OUT Q=Acura SLX.


Since the report was issued, the National Automobile Dealers Association and the National Highway Transportation safety administration have come to isuzu s defense. They say the road tests used are misleading and unreliable.
In the consumer reports tests, the trooper was driven through a winding course at 37 miles an hour. On each test the car nearly tipped over, but Isuzu claims those road tests show the driver oversteering in situations that would never occur on the road. Today they showed their own road tests, in which the trooper, navigating a course at 70 miles an hour never leaves the road.
The conflicting reports have potential trooper buyers backing off slightly.
August sales took a small hit. but at this Isuzu dealership in Virginia, only one person wanted to sell back the car and customer response has been supportive:
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IN Q=Many

((ANDY CHERNER/ISUZU DEALER MANY OF CUSTOMERS ARE CONCERNED....MANY...THE MAJORITY HAVE BEEN SUPPORTIVE...DRIVING CONDITIONS.))
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Consumer reports is pressuring Isuzu to recall 35-thousand 95/96 troopers, but Isuzu says no way.
For now it will have to be up to consumers to steer their way through this confusing course. Elizabeth Kaledin, CBS News, Washington.))

P-Flood-Center


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#596-36
GRAPHIC=flood relief


Disaster recovery centers opened today, to help residents on the southside in the wake of the severe flooding.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-South Boston;


FEMA opened its center in South Boston this afternoon to help victims go through the government process.
Each case is assessed individually, according to a series of steps.
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((DAN ROBELS/FEMA:....STATE AND LOCAL AGENCIES.))
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FEMA says the first thing to do is call the hotline at 1-800-462-9029, then go to the center if you have any other questions.
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music under
ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE


NEWS-7 Primetime will be right back--a former employee at a Juvenile detention facility will serve prison time.
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VO-NAT


And they're calling it a landmark day in Virginia history-- with the celebration of the discovery of the original 17th century Jamestown fort.
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go to break

P-Lavender


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#596-34
GRAPHIC=NEWS-7 PRIME TIME


You're watching NEWS-7 Primetime on WEFC, I'm Connie Stevens.
SS=legal scales


A former employee at the Coyner Springs Juvenile Detention Home could spend as much as 6 and a-half years in prison for the rape of a former resident.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Botetourt Co./File Tape;


Cedric Lavender was sentenced today to five years in prison for raping a 14-year old girl last year.
The sentence could be suspended after he serves a year and a half in prison.
The former child care worker also received 12 months for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
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P-Mark-Warner


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#NET-G
GRAPHIC=MARK Warner


U-S Senate Candidate Mark Warner says the Head Start Program should be expanded-- and he is criticizing his opponent for being too passive.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


This afternoon, the Democratic challenger visited the Head Start program at the Jefferson Center here in Roanoke.
He says that Head Start is able to serve only 40 percent of the Virginia children eligible for the program.
And he claims Republican John Warner hasn't made Head Start or early education one of his priorities.
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IN Q=The budget that he supported

((MARK WARNER/U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE: THE BUDGET THAT HE SUPPORTED LAST YEAR WOULD HAVE REQUIRED DRAMATIC CUTS IN EDUCATION. I BELIEVE PART OF THE CUTS WOULD HAVE COME OUT OF HEAD START. WHAT YOU WILL HAVE IN MARK WARNER IS SOMEONE WHO WILL MAKE EDUCATION HIS TOP PRIORITY.))
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=JOHN Warner


Senator JOHN Warner's spokesman says the latest criticism is "without basis or credibility"....and that Mark Warner's claims are scare tactics from a desperate candidate.

P-Books-Africa


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#596-26
GRAPHIC=none


Do you have any books to share with Roanoke's Sister City?
Today, seven organizations announced their plan to collect books and send them to Kisumu (ki-SOO-moo) Kenya.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


When Bruce Brenner visited Africa last year, he discovered that few schools there had adequate libraries.
Since then he's recruited other businesses and non- profit groups to launch the Books for Africa program.
He hopes the pilot program will encourage other communities to join in.
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IN Q=And that's really the challenge to us

((BRUCE BRENNER/CYCLE SYSTEMS PRESIDENT: AND THAT'S REALLY THE CHALLENGE TO US HERE IN ROANOKE, TO PULL TOGETHER TO MAKE THE INCREMENTS WORK SO WE CAN SHARE IT WITH OTHER CITIES.))
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OUT Q=with other cities.
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VO-NAT


With more than a dozen collection points in the area, the groups have set a goal of 100- thousand books.
They hope to send out the first shipment before the end of the year.
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P-Jamestown


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#net-f 96-63
GRAPHIC=NONE


You may have visited Jamestown -- but you've never seen the actual site where in 1607 English settlers built Fort James.
Virginia archaeologists preened for the world today-- having found the tangible root of American democracy.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Richmond.

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sot TAPE ONE 02:48:20

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: WE HAVE DISCOVERED AMERICA'S BIRTHPLACE -- THE ORIGINAL JAMESTOWN FORT. applause))
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sot TAPE ONE 02:49:53

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: THE CONVENTIONAL WISDOM WAS THAT THIS FORT WAS LOST TO THE MIGHTY JAMES RIVER. THESE INQUIRING MEN AND WOMEN HAD A MUCH BETTER IDEA. THEY LITERALLY DUG IN.))
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The Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities acquired and preserved the site from further erosion -- with NO inkling until two years ago of what actually still lay beneath the earth.
That's when archaeologist William Kelso stepped into --
sot TAPE ONE 03:08:09

((WILLIAM KELSO/ARCHAEOLOGIST: A TIME I LIKE TO CALL THE WOODEN AGES, WHERE MOST EVERYTHING WAS MADE OF TIMBER AND EARTH. SO WHAT IS LEFT FOR ARCHAEOLOGISTS ARE NOT BRICK FOUNDATIONS, BUT RATHER STAINS IN THE SOIL WHERE WOODEN WALLS DECAYED AWAY.))
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((IN 1607, 104 HARDY SETTLERS SAILED UP THE JAMES RIVER TO DISCOVER THIS SITE. ALMOST 400 YEARS LATER, MORE THAN 100 ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND 700- THOUSAND DOLLARS REDISCOVERED JAMESTOWN.))
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Captain John Smith and the Virginia Company survived-- the first permanent English settlement in the New World.
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((WILLIAM KELSO/ARCHAEOLOGIST: IT WAS A TOUGH PLACE TO LIVE IN THIS EARLY PERIOD. UH, LIVING MOSTLY ON TURTLE IT SEEMS.))
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Look upon the first face -- unearthed this week.
Taken down by a musketball in the leg.
NAT SOT tape two 03;53;43

((WE'RE NOT SURE WHETHER THAT MIGHT BE SHOT OR WHETHER THAT JUST MIGHT BE PROBING THAT HAPPENED SOME TIME IN THE 20TH CENTURY.))
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Among the new news:
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((WILLIAM KELSO/ARCHAEOLOGIST: WE NOW KNOW THAT THEY WERE MAKING COPPER JEWELRY IN THE LOCAL ALGONQUIN INDIAN STYLE, SHOWING THAT THIS TIME OF FIRST CONTACT WAS MORE A TIME OF INTERDEPENDENCE AND ACCOMMODATION RATHER THAN OF EXTERMINATION.))
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Expect more revelations leading up to the year 2007 -- the four century mark for an American icon.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Jamestown.))
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music under
ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE


On News-7 Primetime sports tonight Mike Stevens tells us who' starting for Tech against Boston College this weekend.
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VO-NAT


And a little later--this farm house at Smith Mountain Lake is being transformed into a gallary of sorts. Stay tuned.
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P-WYYD


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#596-27
GRAPHIC=NONE


National kudos for a local country radio station.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


W-Y-Y-D F-M, based in Lynchburg, is the winner of Billboard Magazine's 1996 "Station of the Year" honors.
Program director Robynn Jaymes was presented with the award at a banquet in New York last week.
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IN Q=Well we

((ROBYNN JAYMES/WYYD PROGRAM DIRECTOR: WELL WE KNEW WE'RE NOMINATED. WE KNEW WE HAD MADE THE FIRST TWO BALLOTS AND OBVIOUSLY WE WENT WITH OUR FINGERS AND TOES CROSSED AND SO IT WAS, WE WERE HOPEFUL, BUT WE WERE THRILLED TO BRING EM HOME.))
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VO-NAT


W-Y-Y-D beat out several thousand entrants from across the country in the small market category.
Jaymes also received Billboard's "Program Director of the Year" honors.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE


Just last year Jaymes won the magazine's "Local Air Personality" award.
W-Y-Y-D has been in the Roanoke- Lynchburg radio market for 16 years.
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P-Post-Polio


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#596-30
GRAPHIC=polio


Before Jonas Salk's vaccine in 1954, millions of people were infected with polio.
Those who survived were called the lucky ones-- and many have overcome amazing odds.
But imagine some patients horror of re-living those childhood nightmares, as the symptoms return.
We talked with some local sufferers of POST-Polio Syndrome, forming a second support group in the area-- the Roanoke Polio Connection.
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IN Q=When I first
SUPER=01-Jim Kimball/Post-Polio Patient; :00
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :43
SUPER=01-Dr. Rebecca Tanner/Physiatrist; 1:20
SUPER=01-Linda Epperly/Post-Polio Patient; 2:06
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((WHEN I FIRST FOUND OUT ABOUT POST POLIO, IT WAS AN INCREDIBLY NASTY THING. IT BRINGS ON IMMEDIATE SUICIDAL THOUGHTS. I FOUGHT THIS ALL MY LIFE AND NOW I HAVE TO GO THROUGH A SECOND ROUND? WHY? IT JUST DOESN'T MAKE SENSE, WHY AREN'T PEOPLE DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT? WHY DOESN'T SOMEBODY HAVE SOME ANSWERS? ))
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Walk a block in Jim Kimball's shoes and you'll understand his frustration.
He contracted polio when he was five months old-- his two sisters both died of it, and he was abandoned by his parents.
He spent much of his childhood in the hospital.
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SOT 10:26:59 tape one
IN Q=I had so

((I HAD SO MANY OPERATIONS. I SPENT A YEAR AND A HALF IN AN IRON LUNG, I WAS ALSO STRAPPED ON A BOARD WITH A FULL BODY CAST FOR A YEAR AND A HALF. ))
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Kimball though gained independence as an adult...but as is the case with many others, 40 years later and the disease is now ravaging the muscles that weren't hit the first time around.
The effects of polio begin when the virus enters the body and attacks the nerves which control muscle movement.
The final result is muscle weakness and paralysis.
Here's a diagram of a normal muscle cell and nerve.
It's believed that once the nerve is damaged by the virus, other nearby nerves regenerate to restore muscle function.
But this forces the nerves to work too hard, and after years of over-use, they can give out.
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SOT 8:15:11
IN Q=I like to

((DR. REBECCA TANNER/PHYSIATRIST: I LIKE TO USE THE ANALOGY OF A LIGHT SWITCH WHEN POLIO SYNDROME EFFECTS THE NEURONS CERTAIN LIGHT SWITCHES GO OFF TO DIFFERENT NEURONS, ABOUT HALF TO THREE QUARTERS OF THE NEURONS OF SOME POST POLIO VICTIMS ARE EFFECTED WHEN THIS SYNDROME OCCURS LATER ON IN LIFE THESE LIGHT SWITCHES TEND TO GO OFF AGAIN WHETHER IT'S DUE TO OVER-FATIGUE OF THESE MOTOR NEURONS OR THE REACTIVATION OF THE VIRUS IS NOT REALLY WELL UNDERSTOOD ))
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For many polio patients, the motto was JUST DO IT....and it may be over-compensation that's left the muscles so overworked now.
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IN Q=I'm not

((LINDA EPPERLY/POST-POLIO PATIENT: I'M NOT ABLE TO WALK OVER 100 FEET. BEFORE I COULD DO MY JOB. I COULD PARK IN A PARKING PLACE THAT WAS TEN BLOCKS FROM THE BUILDING I WORK IN, WALK IN, DO MY JOB AND WALK OUT TO THE CAR AND GO HOME. DO THE LAUNDRY, DO THE COOKING, LIKE EVERY OTHER WOMAN IN THE USA. ))
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))
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Connie VO-NAT


Researchers are studying whether exercise can help post-polio, not to the point of exhaustion, but with strength training using hydrotherapy or regular water exercises.
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cool-video


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#cool video
GRAPHIC=NONE


Each night NEWS-7 Primetime brings you some of the more curious stories of the day.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Cary, Il; :


Well with this one, our advice-- chose your words carefully.
In 100 words or less, why would you like to live in this house in Cary, Illinois.
It's a dream- home essay contest.
All you have to do is send in an essay, along with 100-dollars.
If your entry is selected, you walk away with this three bedroom, two bathroom home assessed at 279-thousand dollars.
The place is completely renovated-- there's even a hot tub in the living room.
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SP-Score


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s6-16
GRAPHIC=none


I'll give you the schedule of games for week three of Friday Football Extra, plus Frank Beamer decides to leave Marcus Parker at home, and Steve Mason talks about UVa's backfield that is a full house of talent. full screen pinnacle board
Speaking of UVa, you can watch the Cavs battle Maryland this Saturday LIVE right here on your hometown station beginning at high Noon.
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VO-NAT eng#


And before we check out the baseball numbers, check out these numbers. Former Bethel high school phenom Allen Iverson, the number one pick in the NBA draft will sign a three year deal with the 76ers tomorrow worth $9 point 6 million dollars.
Now your scoreboard. wipe to score
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SUPER=0091-/Chicago/7//Baltimore/3/8//j/New York/12//Detroit/3///;
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Giants -LATE/;
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SP-Parker


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#TF96-1
GRAPHIC=TECH FOOTBALL


The Virginia Tech football team will not have the services of Marcus Parker when the team plays Boston College this Saturday.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-1995 Season; :00


Head coach Frank Beamer announced late this afternoon that Parker will miss his second straight contest while serving an indefinite game suspension
The Salem native was suspended back on August 13th after he pled no contest to shoplifting charges.
SUPER=03-Akron, OH/Last Saturday;


Beamer says freshman Shyrone Stith will get his first start at tailback in the game.
Last Saturday against Akron he rushed for two TDs and 119 yards. Marcus Gildersleeve and Aaron Lane will take back up Stith.
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SP-Cavaliers


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VF96-1
GRAPHIC=UVa football


While Tech is hurting for tailbacks, UVa has more than it can satisfy.
While Tiki Barber continues his Heisman hunt, former Powell Valley power Thomas Jones is searching for more playing time.
Steve Mason explains.
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IN Q=first audio
SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Last Saturday; :00
SUPER=01-Tiki Barber/147 Yards Rushing Saturday; :32
SUPER=@Steve1; :44
SUPER=01-George Welsh/UVa Head Football Coach; :55
RUNS=1:12
OUT Q=..news 7 sports"
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((He carried the ball 5 times and amassed 76 yards..a whopping 15.2 yards per carry average, thanks in large part to his first college play, a 57 yard run.
The 3rd string Jones is battling 2nd stringer Anthony Southern for the two spot. Southern gained 44 yards on 12 carriers vs, central Michigan, a 3.7 yards per carry average.
Heisman trophy hopeful Tiki Barber, is just happy to have strong back ups. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Welsh did say that how well Jones and Southern play in practice will determine who plays more in games. Welsh also said JOnes would play against Maryland, Steve mason, News 7 Sports.))
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SP-FFE


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s6-12
GRAPHIC=FFE LOGO


After a week washed out by a Hurricane, it's only appropriate Friday Football Extra now get to deal with a Friday the 13th.
Here's where you'll find our crews on week three tomorrow night.
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P-SML-Art


ANCHOR=connie
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=spr
TAPE#596-35
GRAPHIC=NONE


Some residents near Smith Mountain Lake are doing what their "arts desire."
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Smith Mountain Lake;


They're fixing up an old farm house off route 122.
The home will be the site of the area's art show.
But before that happens, these volunteers have lots of cleaning up to do.
They say it's worth it... and that the show will really be something special.
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SOT 5:18:30
IN Q=It gives

((PAT LENAHAN/SMITH MOUNTAIN ARTS COUNCIL: IT GIVES LOCAL PEOPLE A CHANCE TO SHOW THEIR WORK. WE HAVE SOME PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS. WE ALSO HAVE PEOPLE WHO ARE JUST STARTING OUT. IT'S A NON- JURIED SHOW WHICH MEANS THAT ANYBODY WHO BRINGS THEIR WORK CAN SHOW THEIR WORK.))
SUPER=01-Pat Lenahan/Smith Mountain Arts Council;
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=their work
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VO-NAT


Hundreds of paintings and sculptures will be part of the exhibit.
The art show will open in two weeks. (----------------)