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A couple of suspects now under arrest in the murder of a retired teacher: a man who'd worked for Anna Jean Anderson and a boy she'd taught in fifth grade.
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ANCHOR=Keith


Also coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX: we'll re-visit America's birthplace, the newly unearthed settlement at Jamestown.

Sports-head


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Tonight in sports, we'll hear from coaches at VMI, Ferrum, and UVa, plus George Foreman takes a shot a Tyson and Don King,
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and Frank Beamer leaves Marcus Parker in his place telling the Salem native he cannot play against Boston College and will remain on indefinite game probation.
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Davis


ANCHOR=Keith
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TAPE#96-61
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Two people now face charges stemming from the murder of a retired school teacher in Marion.
Tracy Altizer reports the victim may have been acquainted with both her alleged assailants.
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(( 68 year- old Anna Jean Anderson lived alone in a quiet neighborhood in Marion.
Sometime after 10pm on Tuesday, August third, she was raped and strangled to death inside her home on Culbert Street.
One week after police found her body, they arrested 23 year- old Harold David Davis, and charged him with capital murder, rape and burglary.
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((DON LAMBERT/STATE POLICE INVESTIGATOR: AT THE ACCUMULATION OF THE INVESTIGATION WE GOT WARRANTS FOR HIM LATE YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AND AT 8:30 LAST NIGHT IS WHEN WE FOUND HIM. QUESTION: HAD YOU INTERVIEWED HIM PRIOR TO THAT? ANSWER: WELL THAT'S GETTING INTO THE DETAILS OF THE CASE AND WE DON'T WANT TO COMMENT ON THAT RIGHT NOW. ))
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Court records show Davis was placed on probation for five years in March after pleading guilty to stealing money and electronic equipment from a church.
Sources tell News-7 he had previously done some work in Anderson's home as a laborer.
Police have also charged a juvenile with burglary to commit larceny at Anderson's home.
They aren't releasing his name, but News-7 has confirmed he is 17 year- old Josh Widener, one of Anderson's former fifth-grade students. Tracy Altizer, News 7.))

Flood-Centers


ANCHOR=Keith
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It may not have been a record flood, but by the time all the numbers are in, Hurricane Fran will set a record for flood related damages in South Boston and Halifax County.
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Steve Smallshaw joins us live from South Boston where Federal emergency officials have opened the first disaster recovery center.
Steve, are the folks there started to recover from the storm?
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Hit-Run


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Roanoke police say an elderly man found dead last week was apparently struck by a car.
Clarence R. Wright of Rorer Avenue was found lying on the road in the 36-hundred block of Shenandoah Avenue last Friday night.
Police say the 65-year-old man had several head injuries, and it looked like he'd been hit by a car.
The police are treating Wright's death as a hit and run fatality, and are looking for witnesses.
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Still to come on News 7 at 6, the Roanoke-Lynchburg radio market is now home to the Station of the Year, we'll tell you which one,
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and it's a find of historic proportions. When we return we'll tell you what archaeologists have dug up in Jamestown.
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Jamestown


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They're calling it the newly, discovered tangible proof of our nation's roots.
It is Jamestown -- and for the first time since the 17th century, Virginians today laid eyes on its original footprint.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: WE HAVE DISCOVERED AMERICA'S BIRTHPLACE -- THE ORIGINAL JAMESTOWN FORT. applause))
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((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 --
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((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.
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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.



Mark-Warner


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U-S Senate Candidate Mark Warner says the federal government should expand the Head Start Program, and today in Roanoke he criticized his opponent for not doing more to protect it.
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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 who are eligible for the program.
And he claims Republican John Warner has not made Head Start or early education one of his priorities.
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This afternoon a spokesman for Senator John Warner said the latest criticism is "without basis or credibility."
Eric Peterson says John Warner has been recognized for his support of the Head Start program.
Peterson described Mark Warner's claims as a scare tactic by a desperate candidate.

Stocks


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On Wall Street today, the stock market crossed into record territory several times today before late profit taking forced the DOW to close just below a new high.
The DOW still gained 17 points closing at 57-hundred-72.
The NASDAQ climbed nearly 12 points.
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WYYD


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A country radio station from our area was a big hit at a national awards ceremony held last week in New York.
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Lynchburg based W-Y-Y-D F-M walked away with top honors in Billboard Magazine's "Station of the Year" competition.
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W-Y-Y-D beat out several thousand entrants from across the country in the small market division.
Program Director Robynn Jaymes hopes this will help the station get nominated for the Country Music Association awards next year.
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((ROBYNN JAYMES/WYYD PROGRAM DIRECTOR: IT'S PRETTY MUCH A THRILL TO BE HONORED BY ALL TYPES OF MUSIC, OBVIOUSLY. BUT WE WOULD CERTAINLY LIKE THE RECOGNITION FROM COUNTRY MUSIC TOO.))
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W-Y-Y-D first came on the air in the Roanoke- Lynchburg market 16 years ago.
It has since become the top rated station in a number of categories.
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Jaymes also received some personal recognition for her work from Billboard as well.
She was named 1996 "Program Director of the Year".

Books-Africa


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In Roanoke's sister city, Kisumu Kenya, and in many parts of Africa, hardback books are a luxury. Libraries are inadequate.
Today in Roanoke, seven organizations launched a campaign that they hope will change that.
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Cycle Systems and Goodwill Industries have established more than a dozen collection points.
The Virginia Museum of Transportation is providing space to sort and store the books.
Organizers hope "Books for Africa" will send more than 100- thousand volumes to school libraries in Kisumu.
One student at Virginia Western Community College has firsthand knowledge of the need.
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((MUYERIE KIMONDU/KENYAN STUDENT: WE HAVE MANY PEOPLE THERE, TEENAGERS AND CHILDREN LIKEWISE, WHO REALLY WANT TO READ AND THEY REALLY WANT TO BE EDUCATED. THEY HAVE A DESIRE FOR KNOWLEDGE, BUT THEY DON'T HAVE THE BOOKS. THEY ARE THERE, BUT THEY ARE NOT ENOUGH AND LIKE HE SAID THEY ARE VERY EXPENSIVE. WE COULD REALLY USE SOME BOOKS.))
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Organizers hope the Roanoke effort will encourage other communities to launch their own Books for Africa programs.

Sports Tease


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Coming up tonight in sports, Frank Beamer give Marcus Parker a thumbs down for this weekend's game.
We'll hear from Bill Stewart, and Dave Davis,
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Plus, Steve Mason checks in from Charlottesville, where the Cavs are preparing for much improved Maryland defense.
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S-Parker


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The Virginia Tech football team heads to Chestnut HIll, Massachusetts tomorrow, but running back Marcus Parker will not be getting on the plane.
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Head coach Frank Beamer announced late this afternoon that Parker would miss second game while serving an indefinite game suspension
The Salem native was suspended back on August 13th after he pled no contest to shoplifting charges.
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Beamer says freshman Shyrone Stith will get his first start at tailback in the game.
He came in last Saturday against Akron and rushed for two TDs and 119 yards. With Ken Oxendine out, Stith, Marcus Gildersleeve and Aaron Lane will take care of the tailback duties.
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S-VMI


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For the second week in a row, The V-M-I Kedyets will hit the road. This weekend its intra state rival William And Mary.
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The Major focus at practice this week has been the special teams.
Last week at Ole Miss, The kicking game and the overall speed of the Rebels was more than the Keydets could handle and it resulted in a 31 to 7 loss.
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William and Mary is 2 and 0 at this point in the season. The Indians have dominated the series with the Keydets. And the game is always big because of the state rivalry.
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The game gets underway at one at Cary Field in Williamsburg.

S-UVA


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Virginia opens the ACC season this weekend at Scott Stadium against Maryland.
Opposing offenses used to turn the Terrapin defense into turtle soup. But Steve Mason says things have changed.
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((The memory is still fresh in the Terrapins minds. On November 19th of last year, UVa walked into Byrd Stadium and then ran all over the field. Tiki Barber and Kevin Brooks combined for 220 yards rushing. ((TIKI BARBER:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((CHAD SCOTT/MARYLAND CORNERBACK:))
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Derey, Barber and the wrest of the UVa offense must contend with a Maryland defense that has given up 10 points per game in it's first 2 contests. In Charlottesville, Steve Mason news 7 sports"))
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You can catch that game live right here on your Hometown Station, Saturday at noon.

S-Ferrum


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Over in Ferrum, The Panthers have a one-thirty kickoff against Clinch Valley.
Last week, Nationally ranked Wesley beat the Panthers 42 to 7.
Dave Davis is in his third season since succeeding Hank Norton as the Panther Head Coach. And the program is going through a Youth movement.
And that was evident last week especially on defense where inexperience resulted in several costly turnovers.
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Clinch Valley opened it season with a 34 to 27 win over Cumberland, Tennessee.

S-Boxing


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It;s been almost a week since MIke Tyson beat Bruce Seldon, but the controversy surrounding the fight still hasn't died down.
Many are claiming the fight was fixed and Seldon was hit by an imaginary punch.
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Former champ George Foreman says both that fight and Tyson's bout with Peter McNeeley have given the sport another unwanted black eye.
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Promo


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A group of volunteers is trying to make Smith Mountain Lake even more beautiful.
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And Jean Jadhon joins us from the newsroom to tell us how they're going about it.
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Keith, dozens of residents are fixing up an old farm house by Hales-Ford Bridge.
The reason-- the seventh annual Smith Mountain Lake Art Show.
The show promises paintings and sculptures...
But before that happens, volunteers have to sculpt walls, and do some painting of a different kind.
We'll have that story plus a complete wrap up of today's other news, sports also News 7 at 11 here on WDBJ. and weather tonight on News 7 Prime Time--that's at 10pm on WEFC and of course