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The final word on women at V-M-I this weekend may not be so final....
Some foreshadowing from the governor on the pending decision ...coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX in a moment.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And what do you get when you cross a corrupt politician with a corrupt attorney? The punch line from Larry Sabato a little later in the newscast. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Roy


In sports, U-V-A is set for this weekend's game against Wake Forest, a no hitter last night at Coors field,
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And the Cleveland Indians clinch the American League central title last night in Cleveland.
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Our weather view is rather chilly over the next few evenings but it will be dry. Details straight ahead.

Allen-VMI


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-65
GRAPHIC=VMI


Virginia Military Institute's board may make NO final decision this weekend about admitting women or going private.
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SUPER=03-Richmond;


That's according to Governor George Allen, who fielded a student question on VMI on a school tour today in Richmond.
Allen spoke of a "dual track" the board might pursue for a while.
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SOT 03:07:14
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((AND THERE'S A LOT OF THINGS THAT ARE STILL NOT CLEAR AS FAR AS THE PRIVATIZATION OPTION. SUFFICE IT TO SAY THAT WE SHOULD COMPLY WITH THE ORDER OR THE DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT.))
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Well -- that means admit women or stop accepting public funds.
So which is the Governor's preference?
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((I'M HOPEFUL THEY'LL MAKE THE CORRECT DECISION. Which is? ONE THAT WILL BE BENEFICIAL TO VMI.))
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But in his comments to students, Allen said he'd like to see women admitted, without changing the school much.
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((PERSONALLY, I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY A FEMALE WOULD WANT TO GO TO VMI. I HARDLY UNDERSTAND WHY A MALE WOULD WANT TO VOLUNTARILY GO DO THAT. I WENT TO THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA AND THOUGHT YOU OUGHT TO HAVE SOME FUN WHILE IN COLLEGE.))
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SS=Jim Gilmore


Meanwhile, the state Attorney General has filed a response to the Justice Department motion that accused V-M-I of dragging its feet.
The motion says V-M-I's "careful and thoughtful approach" is best for any female applicants it might consider admitting.

Contraception


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-71
GRAPHIC=None


Virginia women won big this year- -with a new law forcing insurance companies to cover mammograms and pap smears.
Now the battle's being waged over birth control.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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(( No matter which birth control they use, even low income women who qualify for a subsidized prescription from Planned Parenthood, must spend more than 100 dollars a year.
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((DARREL TILLAR MASON/WOMEN'S HEALTH ACTIVIST: I HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL IN PREVENTING UNINTENDED PREGNANCIES. BUT WITH NO HELP FROM INSURANCE COMPANY. I'VE BEEN FORTUNATE. I'VE BEEN ABLE TO AFFORD THE BIRTH CONTROL THAT MY DOCTOR HAS PRESCRIBED AS MOST EFFECTIVE FOR ME.))
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Not everyone can.
At least that's the point of a group of women's health activists who expect a commission appointed by Governor George Allen to reject their bill.
It would force insurance coverage of contraception.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: IF SOMEBODY WANTS TO GET THAT SORT OF COVERAGE ON THEIR INSURANCE POLICIES, THEY CAN PAY FOR IT AND BUY IT THEMSELVES RATHER THAN HAVE THE GOVERNOR FORCE EVERYONE TO HAVE THAT SORT OF COVERAGE SPREAD OUT AMONGST EVERYONE ELSE.))
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Trigon says it's already covering birth control for individuals and HMOs -- at a higher premium of course.
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((BROOKE TAYLOR/TRIGON: WE THINK THAT EVERYBODY WHO WANTS IT HAS IT NOW. AND THAT THE DECISION IS APPROPRIATELY THEIRS AND NOT THE GOVERNMENT'S.))
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The bill's supporters say they'd hoped to win conservatives over with the argument that better birth control availability would prevent abortions.
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((GOV. ALLEN: I GUESS THAT'S WHAT THEY WERE HOPING.))
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The contraception question will end up with the General Assembly early next year.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Silver-Creek


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-69
GRAPHIC=New Jobs


Pulaski County is soon to be the new U.S. headquarters for a German company called Silver Creek Technologies.
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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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((HANS HERRMANN/SILVER CREEK TECHNOLOGIES: 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.

School-Prayer


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-70
GRAPHIC=None


The subject of prayer in school may generate controversy, but there were "no" complaints about a prayer vigil OUTSIDE a Bedford County high school today.
Steve Smallshaw reports dozens of teenagers took part to show their peers they are proud of their Christianity.
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((DEAR GOD, PLEASE HELP EVERY ONE OF US TO KEEP OUR FAITH STRONG, ALSO AND TO GROW IN OUR RELATIONSHIPS WITH GOD.))
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It's called "See You at the Poles"... all across the country, high school students met at their schools' flagpoles to take a stand for Jesus Christ.
In Bedford County, a handful of Liberty High students gathered before classes to pray, read scripture and sing songs.
As the session continued, the circle grew wider... more than fifty had joined hands by the time it ended.
Many of them gave thanks, having found strength in those numbers.
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((HENNA ST. CLAIR/STUDENT: AND FOR GIVING US THE BOLDNESS TO TAKE A STAND FOR YOU, AND THAT'S SOMETHING THAT'S DIFFICULT TO DO THESE DAYS.))
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((MARCUS PETERS/STUDENT: I BELIEVE IN GOD AND JUST CAME OUT HERE TO LET EVERYBODY KNOW THAT I'M NOT ASHAMED AND I'M HERE, AND IF ANYBODY NEEDS ME, I'M HERE.))
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((JEREMIAH HAMBRICK/STUDENT: JUST TO TAKE A STAND FOR JESUS CHRIST AND NOT TO BE ASHAMED. THE BIBLE SAYS NOT TO BE ASHAMED OF THE GOSPEL AND I'M NOT, SO I CAME OUT HERE JUST FOR OUR NATION, TO PRAY FOR IT.))
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Whether it's cool or uncool to be a Christian in today's high school culture, these teens didn't care.
What mattered to them was knowing they aren't alone in their beliefs.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Bedford County.))
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Still to come on News 7 at 6--some sharp-tongued analysis of the national and state political scene.
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Also on the heels of Governor Allen's school visit yesterday, the Lieutenant Governor wades into the issue of classroom overcrowding.
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Smart-road


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-78
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An attempt to stop the "smart highway" in federal court has hit a road-block.
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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=Keith
SS=Smart Road


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."

Mason-Dixon


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-68
GRAPHIC=News 7 Poll


The gap is narrowing... but according to the latest News- 7 poll...
SS=Mark Warner

Democratic Senate hopeful Mark Warner still has a lot of ground to make up before the November election.
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SUPER=04-File Tape;


The survey shows Mark Warner has made considerable strides when it comes to name recognition.
Last fall, 61- percent of registered voters didn't even know who he was.
That figure has been cut to 6- percent.
Name recognition has never been a problem for his opponent, Senator John Warner.
In fact, everyone surveyed this time around knew his name.
As for his lead in the polls-- it has shrunk a little bit since July.
He holds a 20 point advantage over Mark Warner-- with 12 percent of voters still trying to make up their minds.
Two months ago it was a 25- point margin.
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Mark Warner


All of Mark Warner's gains came from previously undecided voters.

Catawba-Capital


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#96-77
GRAPHIC=Campaign 96


Rarely a day goes by without Larry Sabato saying something interesting about politics.
The nationally- renowned election analyst from U-V-a didn't disappoint during a visit to Abingdon today.
Len Besthoff was there.
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((LARRY SABATO/UVA POLITICAL ANALYST: I ALWAYS TELL PEOPLE WHAT DO YOU GET WHEN YOU CROSS A CORRUPT POLITICIAN WITH A CORRUPT ATTORNEY, AND THE ANSWER OF COURSE IS CHELSEA.))
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Sometimes Larry Sabato's sounds more like a standup comic than a political analyst.
But the U-V-A professor did have a lot to say about the upcoming elections in his home state; like Franklin County native Virgil Goode's run for Congress next year.
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((SABATO: I MEAN HOW DO YOU BEAT A DEMOCRAT WHO IS PRO LIFE, PRO GUN, AND PRO TOBACCO? I MEAN, HE'S WHAT DEMOCRATS WERE 30 YEARS AGO, AND THEY ALWAYS WON EVERYTHING.))
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The well known political scientist addressed a business forum in Abingdon presented by Catawba Capital Management of Roanoke.
He gave the crowd his take on the U-S Senate race between the two Warners.
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((SABATO: I THINK MOST PEOPLE HAVE DECIDED THAT THEY FAVOR JOHN WARNER, PERIOD. THEY'RE NOT REALLY LISTENING ALL THAT MUCH. YOU KNOW SOMETIMES PEOPLE PUT A RACE TO BED FAIRLY EARLY.))
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Most of Sabato's comments these days center around President Clinton's re- election effort.
He calls Republican challenger Bob Dole a radio candidate in a television age.
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((SABATO: TIMES HAVE PASSED HIM BY , AND THE WAY THAT ONE RUNS FOR PRESIDENT DOES REALLY NOT MATCH THE TALENTS THAT BOB DOLE HAS TO OFFER.))
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((Sabato believes that if Clinton does win in November and he does have coattails in the Congressional races, that the House is more likely to go Democratic than the Senate. Len Besthoff, News-7, Abingdon.))
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Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
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On Wall Street a government report showing a widening U-S trade deficit in July hurt stocks.
The Dow closed down eleven and a-half points. NASDAQ was up two points.
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Beyer


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#96-73
GRAPHIC=Education


The state Department of Education estimates that one of three classrooms is overcrowded.
And within five years, Virginia will need 79- hundred more.
SS=Don Beyer


Today in Roanoke County, Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer said the state must do more to help local governments finance school construction.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Beyer heads a commission that is now assessing school needs across the state.
Today, he toured Cave Spring Junior High, where overcrowding and outdated facilities are familiar problems.
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: WHAT WE'RE GOING TO TRY TO DO IS FIGURE OUT HOW DO WE HELP LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LIKE ROANOKE CITY AND ROANOKE COUNTY FIND THE MONEY THEY NEED, BECAUSE THIS IS A LOCAL RESPONSIBILITY. THE MONEY THEY NEED TO MAKE THE IMPROVEMENTS IN SCHOOL BUILDINGS AND GET THE COMPUTERS TO THE KIDS ALSO.))
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The commission is considering several options, including a higher cap on state financing, and a new trust fund that would finance classroom computers and technology.
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United-Way


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-75
GRAPHIC=United Way


The United Way of the Roanoke Valley is reaching for new heights.
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Its 1996 campaign was officially kicked off this afternoon at Victory Stadium.
This year, officials hope to collect 5- point 5 million dollars... 500- thousand more than last year's goal.
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((HEIDI KRISCH/CAMPAIGN CHAIRPERSON: THE CAMPAIGN SO FAR IS GOING GREAT. WE ALREADY UNOFFICIALLY STARTED THE END OF JULY WITH OUR PACE SETTERS. THEY HAVE JUST FINISHED WITH A RECORD SETTING PACE. 25 OR 26- PERCENT ABOVE LAST YEAR.))
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This year's campaign theme is "Reach for the Goal."
Fittingly, students from local elementary and middles schools performed "Reach" by Gloria Estefan.
And another highlight from today's event-- a motivational speech from News- 7 Sports reporter, Steve Mason.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
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And coming up, Steve Mason will check in the Virginia Cavaliers as they prepare for this Saturday's showdown with Wake Forest.
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And in Colorado last night L.A. Pitcher Hideo Nomo pitched a no hitter against the Rockies, The first at Coors field.
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S-UVA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VF96-1
GRAPHIC=UVa Football


The Virginia Cavaliers lead the all time series against Wake Forest 26 to 11.
Virginia is 12 and 4 on the Demon Deacons home turf; the place the two will meet this Saturday. 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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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#RS96-1
GRAPHIC=Redskins Logo


The Washington Redskins say receiver Michael Westbrook will be sidelined for at least 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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S-Hitter


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-19
GRAPHIC=Dodgers Logo


Los Angeles Pitcher Hideo Nomo pitched a no hitter last night as the dodgers beat the Colorado Rockies 9 to nothing.
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SUPER=03-Denver, CO/KCNC; :


After a two hour rain delay, Nomo struck out 8 rockies and he made a super field playing on a bouncer back to the mound off the bat of Ellis Burks.
It's the first no hitter at Coors Field.
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((MIKE PIAZZA/DODGERS CATCHER: ))
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S-Indians


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-20
GRAPHIC=NONE
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SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/White Sox vs Indians; :


The Cleveland Indians are the first team to clinch a division pennant. Last night Kevin Seitzer carried the team with a grand slam in a five run second inning.
The Indians also got a four hit game from Manny Ramirez in the 9 to 4 win over Chicago.
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((JIM THOME/CLEVELAND OUTFIELDER: )) ((MIKE HARGROVE/CLEVELAND MANAGER: ))
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SUPER=01-Mike Hargrove/Cleveland Manager; :
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Meantime, The Yankees and Orioles take the field tonight in the first of a three game series that was scheduled to begin last night.
The Yankees lead the Orioles in the American League east by three games.

S-Braves


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-21
GRAPHIC=MLB Logo


Atlanta moved a tad closer to clinching the National League East title this afternoon.
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The Astros in town for this afternoon's game.
In the bottom of the first, Fred McGriff sends this bullet over the right field wall for a two run homer scoring Chipper Jones and Mike Hunter 2 to 1 Braves.
McGriff again with the big bat. In the fifth he Smacks another two run homer his second of the game and the Braves took the 6 to 1 lead on the Astros.
Houston's Jeff Bagwell hit a solo SUPER=35-Atlanta/6/Houston/3/;homer in

the sixth but the Braves hand the Astros their ninth straight loss on the road with the 6 to 2 win.
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Promo


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Henry County and the city of Martinsville may become one--
Both localities are exploring the possibility of a merger.
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Some business leaders and residents have asked officials to study the idea-- believing consolidation may bring economic benefits.
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Talent=Keith


Tonight, we'll talk with both city and county leaders to find out what they think about joining forces.
We'll also have a complete wrap up of today's news, sports and weather Take Fullscreen Board tonight on News 7 Prime Time--that's at the earlier time of 10pm on WEFC Television--you can check your cable listings for the channel in your area-- and of course join us for News 7 at 11 here on WDBJ. Talent=Keith