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(( HERE'S COMING UP NEXT ON NEWS-7 PRIMETIME...
ONE PERSON IS KILLED AND OTHERS ARE INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT ON INTERSTATE 81 EARLIER THIS EVENING.
GOVERNOR ALLEN GIVES HIS VIEWS ON THE DECISION FACING THE VMI BOARD OF VISITORS.. ))
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TOP STORY GRAPHIC 11004
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And the Top Story this Wednesday night September 18th...
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A controversial abortion pill could soon be on the market in this country.
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P-RU-486


ANCHOR=Connie
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Good evening.
You're watching NEWS-7 Primetime on WEFC, I'm Connie Stevens.
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R-U-486 has been used for a decade in France.
Now, tonight, it's a step closer to getting final approval-- for use in the U.S., under a doctor's supervision.
Regina Blakely has more from Washington.
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RU-486, the controversial French drug that induces abortion, received conditional approval by the Food and Drug Administration. Final approval won't be granted until questions about the labeling and manufacturing of the drug are answered. DR. ALLAN ROSENFIELD, DEAN OF SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH,COLUMBIA-PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER: I BELIEVE THAT THIS MEANS THAT THEY HAVE REVIEWED THE MEDICAL DATA AND AGREE WITH THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE THAT THIS IS A SAFE DRUG, ALREADY TAKEN IN GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE AND SOME SCANDINVAIAN COUNTRIES.
When fully approved, RU-486 will provide American women with an alternative to surgical abortion. A combination of pills and three visits to a doctor's office provide a drug-induced abortion. DR. ROSENFIELD:IT'S MORE A CHOICE OF A WOMAN'S PREFERENCE. A SURGICAL PROCEDURE AND WHAT'S INVOLVED IN THAT, AND TAKING SOME MEDICATIONS AND WHAT'S INVOLVED IN THAT. THERE ARE PROS AND CONS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL WOMAN AND GOOD COUNSELING ABOUT ABORTION INCLUDES ALTERNATIVES TO ABORTION AND THE VARIOUS MEANS TO ABORTION IF THAT'S THE WOMAN'S DECISION.
RU-486 has been the focus of a heated debate between abortion rights and anti-abortion forces.
Abortion opponents fear that the drug will make abortion even more readily available and say that the drug's safety has not been sufficiently proven.
But the FDA says clinical tests show the benefits of using RU-486 to terminate early pregnancy outweigh the risks. The final approval process for RU-486 could take up to six more months.
Regina Blakely, CBS News, Washington.))

P-81-FATAL


ANCHOR=Connie
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A fatal accident on Interstate 81 this evening killed one person and sent four others to the hospital.
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The two car accident happened about 5:30 in the southbound lanes of interstate 81 in Montgomery County near exit 109.
A passenger in one of the cars, 78-year old Marshall Hutchins from Bristol, Vermont was killed.
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Three other people in the car from Vermont were taken to the hospital with serious injuries.
The driver of the other car is also in the hospital.
State Police say traffic was backed up four miles.
So far no charges have been filed, and police are still investigating.
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An Ohio judge has ruled that Todd Hall is not competent to stand trial for his role in a deadly blaze in a fireworks store in July.
The 24-year-old will be sent instead to a psychiatric hospital.
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Nine people were killed and 11 injured in the fire.
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((LINDA CARMEN/VICTIM'S RELATIVE: HE'S OFF THE STREET, THANK GOD FOR THAT. ))
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Nine years ago, Hall underwent a partial lobotomy after a skateboard accident.
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P-VMI-Allen


ANCHOR=Connie
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Governor George Allen is hinting the Virginia Military Institute board may NOT be ready to decide this weekend on admitting women or trying to go private.
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In a tour of a Richmond high school, Allen answered a student question on VMI-- saying he'd like to see women admitted without changing the school much.
Outside with reporters, he was more cautious about his preference.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: I DON'T THINK AT THIS POINT IT'S APPROPRIATE FOR ME TO SAY WHICH ONE. I THINK YOU ALL CAN GET A GOOD IDEA WHICH WAY I THINK THEY'LL BE GOING. I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE A DUAL TRACK APPROACH. I DON'T THINK THAT THEY'LL BE ABLE TO DETERMINE AS OF YET. MAYBE THEY WILL. THERE'S VARIOUS ANALYSES GOING ON. A LOT OF THIS STUFF IS LEGAL SO I CAN'T GET INTO SOME OF IT.))
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Allen says he's been told the alumni group looking into privatization needs more time.
That would extend the decision beyond VMI's self-imposed deadline of this Saturday.
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Allen said VMI would be made a pariah by the media if it turned private to exclude women.
He said he wants what's good for the school, and he says THAT would NOT be good for the school.

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Good news for Pulaski County--as it goes international.
The German company Silver Creek Technologies will locate its U-S headquarters there soon.
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Silver Creek is buying 25 acres in the New River Valley Airport Industrial Park for a new manufacturing plant.
The company's primary market is Germany, where the unification of East and West Germany has created a demand for its pre-fabricated buildings and wood housing components.
Officials say it's too expensive to manufacture in Germany, but the site across from the airport in Dublin fit the bill.
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((THAT'S A VERY VALUABLE TOOL FOR US. IT'S A MAJOR RUNWAY WITH AN I-L-S FACILITY AND SINCE WE HAVE TO BE MOBILE TO DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS OF THE WORLD THAT'S GOING TO BE AN IMPORTANT FACTOR FOR US. ))
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Hermann expects Silver Creek will hire about 50 people when it starts up next Spring, and more than 300 within two years.

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Here's what you'll see next on NEWS-7 Primetime--
To some people it's a dirty word-- but it's being uttered in Henry County and Martinsville...we're talking about Consolidation.
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And the Lieutenant Governor gets to see for himself the cramped conditions at a Roanoke County School.
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P-Henry-Merger


ANCHOR=Connie
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The idea of consolidation is resurfacing in Martinsville and Henry County, 14 years after the idea was first considered.
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Kimberly McBroom joins us from the newsroom to tell us what local officials are saying about this.
Kim, who brought the merger idea back to the table?
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Well Connie, about 40 residents and business leaders wrote a letter to the
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Henry County Board of Supervisors and Martinsville City Council, asking them to explore a merger.
They believe a single government would be more efficient and boost the area's economy.
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This comes after Dupont recently announced it's closing the Henry County plant in two years-- leaving 600 people out of work.
Both city and county leaders agree Dupont's plan jump started the merger issue again.
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((SID CLOWER/HENRY CO. ADMINISTRATOR: THIS COMMUNITY OVER THE LAST 10 YEARS HAS LOST FIVE THOUSAND MANUFACTURING JOBS. WE'VE REPLACED THEM, BUT THE NET LOSS IS STILL APPROXIMATELY FIVE THOUSAND, AND I THINK THAT'S CAUSED GREAT CONCERN ON THE PART OF THE COMMUNITY. ))
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The merger process is still VERY preliminary.
Both localities are first asking for public input before actually beginning a merger study.
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If the city and county DO decide to consolidate-- the whole process could take five years.
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(Q and A: How many opportunities will the public have to offer input?)
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Five public hearings are planned-- the first one is scheduled October first at Bassett High School.)

P-Smart-road


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In other news--
A speed bump is slowing down opponents of the "smart highway".
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Shireen Parsons filed suit in U-S District Court in May in an effort to prevent what she called "the threatened environmental degradation of Ellett Valley."
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ANCHOR=Connie
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But Roanoke's chief federal judge dismissed the claim, because Parsons failed to identify any specific injury SHE suffered personally.
Judge Jackson Kiser says "an allegation of injury to the general public does not suffice."

P-Beyer


ANCHOR=Connie
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Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer has seen for himself the overcrowding at a Roanoke County school.
He says statewide, more than 60 percent of public schools are in need of major renovations or replacement.
And today, he said the state must do more to help local governments finance school construction.
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Beyer toured Cave Spring Junior High School this morning.
He said the problems of overcrowding and outdated facilities are typical of school systems across the state.
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: WE KNOW PEOPLE WITH BEAUTIFUL EDUCATIONS IN ONE ROOM CLASSROOMS, BUT WE REALIZE THOSE ONE ROOM CLASSROOMS OFTEN HAD A SMALL NUMBER OF KIDS AND VERY DEDICATED TEACHERS. HERE WE HAVE VERY DEDICATED TEACHERS AND KIDS CROWDED IN LIKE SARDINES.))
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Beyer heads a commission studying school construction needs in Virginia.
He says the group is considering a number of ways to free up more money to finance school buildings and equipment.
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P-School-Prayer


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Thousands of high school students throughout the COUNTRY took part in the "See You at the Poles" movement today-- including dozens of teenagers in Bedford County.
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The program encourages students to gather at their school's flagpole and take a stand for Christianity.
At Liberty High School, more than 50-teenagers gathered for a morning prayer session.
The students who took part say it's important not to be ashamed of their Christianity.
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((HENNA ST. CLAIR/STUDENT: JUST LOOKING AROUND, I DIDN'T KNOW THERE WAS THIS MANY CHRISTIANS IN SCHOOL, SO I THINK THE OTHER PEOPLE WATCHING, THAT WERE STANDING OUTSIDE NOT COMING IN, I THINK THAT THEY WERE KIND OF WONDERING WHAT WAS GOING ON, AND HOPEFULLY THEY'LL ASK QUESTIONS AND THE PEOPLE AROUND WON'T BE SCARED TO ANSWER.))
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The program is the brainchild of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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Don't go away-- should insurance companies be required to pay for birth control devices?
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And a rendezvous in Space is just about 60-minutes away. That report coming up next on NEWS-7 Primetime. Stick around.
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P-Fairlawn-Fire


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=tal
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In Fairlawn, authorities may have determined what caused the fire that destroyed four businesses on Saturday.
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The blaze started in The Carpet Shop and spread to Powers Fence and Schewel Furniture.
The Tax Service suffered serious water and smoke damage.
All four businesses were housed under one roof.
Building owner Calvin Powers says investigators determined a short in an electric heater started the fire.
Powers says the heater was NOT left on, but it was plugged in.
Powers plans to begin tearing down what's left of the structure tomorrow in order to rebuild.
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P-Shuttle


ANCHOR=Connie
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"Atlantis" is closing in for a docking later tonight, with Russia's SPACE station.
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Aboard the "Mir," astronaut Shannon Lucid is eagerly awaiting the arrival of her American colleagues.
She's spent a record six-months in orbit on the Russian station.
Her ride home was delayed more than six weeks, because of mechanical and weather delays.
Tonight, the crew has been working to fix problems with an experimental vibration-damping system.
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P-Contraception


ANCHOR=Connie
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TAPE#596-31
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Tonight on Health Check,
A possible state mandate to force insurance companies to pay for birth control devices is heating up Richmond.
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((JANET WOLF/NARAL: NEARLY 60- PERCENT OF ALL PREGNANCIES ARE UNINTENDED WITH OVER HALF RESULTING IN ABORTION. VIRGINIA WOMEN URGENTLY NEED ACCESS TO SAFE, RELIABLE, AND AFFORDABLE MEANS OF BIRTH CONTROL.)) ((BROOKE TAYLOR/TRIGON: WE THINK THE BEST JUDGES... GOOD IDEA.))
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Trigon says it and some other insurers already cover birth control for individual policyholders, HMO's, and groups that request it and pay more for it.
A commission appointed by the Governor will make a recommendation on the issue tomorrow.
Allen has said he doesn't like the idea.
It still faces General Assembly approval.
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P-Artificial-Blood


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
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TAPE#596-40
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Accident victims rushed to hospitals around the country may soon be receiving artificial blood instead of human blood.
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The first large scale testing of artificial blood is set to get underway at 21 U.S. hospitals.
Researchers are cautiously optimistic about blood substitutes though they do not expect they will ever completely replace the real thing.
Artificial blood can stay fresh for up to a year while human blood lasts only a few weeks after donation.
Blood substitutes are also free of infectious diseases like AIDS--though experts say the U.S. blood supply is extremely safe.
850 patients will be tested during the new study.
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cool-video


ANCHOR=Connie
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WRITER=amo
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Each night NEWS-7 Primetime brings you some of the more off-beat pictures of the day.
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Tonight's video comes from the Hard Rock Cafe in London...where Sotheby's auctioned off a few pieces of rock and roll history.
For instance, handwritten lyrics penned by John Lennon fetched more than 100-thousand dollars.
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((JOHN BADDELY/AUCTIONEER:I'M SURE IN TWENTY OR THIRTY YEARS TIME, PEOPLE WILL LOOK BACK AT A SALE LIKE THIS AND AND SAY THINGS WERE NOT TOO EXPENSIVE BECAUSE I HAVE THIS STRONG CONVICTION THAT THE BEATLES WILL STILL BE POPULAR IN 50, OR 100 YEARS TIME, AND ANYTHING LIKE THIS WILL BELONG IN AN INSTITUTION OR A PRIVATE COLLECTION))
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An afghan jacket that belonged to Jimi Hendrix brought in 17-thousand dollars.
The sale was held to celebrate the restaurant's 25th anniversary.
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SP-Scores


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The Virginia Cavaliers are ready for this weekends's game against Wake Forest Washington Redskin receiver Michael Westbrook will be sidelined from 3 to 6 weeks.
And The man who caught Eddie Murray's 500-th home run ball may soon move to a higher tax bracket.
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SUPER=04-File Tape; :


According to U-S-A today, Dan Jones has agreed to sell the ball to Baltimore businessman Michael Laskey for 500-thousand dollars.
that would be the most ever paid for a piece of sports memorabilla.
Jones caught the home run ball in the right field bleachers earlier this month at Camden Yards.
Now here are tonights scores.
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SP-UVA


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This Saturday the Virginia Cavaliers travel to Winston Salem to take on Wake Forest.
Virginia is 12 and 4 on the Demon Deacons home turf and 26 and 11 in the Series overall. But Steve Mason says not only are the Wahoos NOT taking Wake lightly; they are down right worried about this weekend.
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((Virginia is coming off an impressive defensive win over Maryland highlighted by Tony Dingle's interception touchdown return.
Sure the UVa passing game needs work, but the cavs have beaten there next opponent in the two schools last 12 meetings. ((TIKI BARBER:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((RONDE BARBER:)) ((TIM SHERMAN:))
The cavaliers must also guard against overlooking Wake Forest and thinking about their next opponent, 6th ranked Texas. UVa plays the Long Horns September 28th. So are the wahoos thinking two weeks ahead? ((GEORGE WELSH:))
Virginia has outscored the demon deacons 273 to 98 in the last seven meetings averaging 39 points per game during that stretch. In Charlottesville, Steve mason News 7 sports.))
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SP-Skins


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#RS96-1
GRAPHIC=Redskins Logo


Washington Redskin receiver Michael Westbrook will be out of the Redskin lineup from three to six weeks with a knee injury.
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SUPER=04-File Tape; :


Westbrook suffered the injury in Sunday's 31 to 10 win over the New York giants.
He was the Redskins top draft pick last year but missed five games as a rookie with Knee and ankle injuries.
He also missed two exhibition games this year with similar injuries.
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preview-boards


ANCHOR=Connie
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Here are some of the stories were working on in the newsroom for NEWS-7 at 11.
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SUPER=77-NEWS7-Mason Dixon Poll;


The results from our latest NEWS-7 Mason Dixon Poll are in--
SUPER=78-Warner vs. Warner

tonight focuses on what Virginia voters think about the Senate Race...
SUPER=79-Is Perot a Player?


And we'll hear from political analyst Larry Sabato when it comes to third party candidate Ross Perot, following the latest wrinkle banning him from the presidential debates.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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Keith Humphry will have these stories in 30-minutes on NEWS-7 at 11, on We'll see you tomorrow. WDBJ-7. Thanks for watching NEWS-7 Primetime,