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News-Heads

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News 7 at Five is next-
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A tractor trailer and car crash on Interstate 5-81- and then erupt into flames. The accident held up traffic.
Plus the debate continues over women at VMI- We'll explain.
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MEDICAL-HEADS


ANCHOR=Connie
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On Health Check-- could it be a meeting of the minds between tobacco growers and health advocates?
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Not exactly, but it's a start....as the two sides battle it out at Roanoke's Tobacco and Health Symposium.
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An accident on interstate 581 sends two to the hospital and fuels a fiery spectacle this afternoon.
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5-581-Ax


ANCHOR=Jean
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WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#596-34
GRAPHIC=news-7 at five


Good Evening this is NEWS-7 at FIVE, I'm Jean Jadhon--
The accident happened in the southbound lanes of the highway about three o'clock
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


when A small car and a tractor-trailer collided near the Hershberger Road interchange.
Both vehicles were heading in the same direction, when the driver of the truck saw the car leave the highway.
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SOT
IN Q=They lost it in the medium

((NELSON CHANDLER/TRUCK DRIVER: THEY LOST IT IN THE MEDIUM AND SPUN AROUND AND JUST WENT UNDER THE TRAILER.))
SUPER=01-Nelson Chandler/Truck Driver; QUICK
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OUT Q=went under the trailer.
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VO-NAT


Two people were injured in the crash, but they escaped as the car and the back of the trailer caught fire.
The two were taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital, but rescue workers do not believe the injuries were life-threatening.
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IN Q=I'm not clear at this point

((DAVID POPE/ROANOKE FIRE EMS CAPTAIN: I'M NOT CLEAR AT THIS POINT WHO GOT THE PEOPLE OUT, BUT APPARENTLY SOME BYSTANDERS GOT THEM OUT PRIOR TO OUR ARRIVAL.))
SUPER=01-David Pope/Roanoke Fire EMS Captain;
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OUT Q=prior to our arrival.
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VO-NAT


Police closed the highway in both directions for more than an hour, but traffic resumed after the wreckage was moved from the southbound lanes.
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5-Franklin-Murder


ANCHOR=jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=spr
TAPE#596-33
GRAPHIC=murder investigation


A Franklin County woman is behind bars accused of killing her live-in boyfriend.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;


24-year old Angela Light is being held on 50- thousand dollars bond.
Last night, shots rang out at her (SID-ners-vill) Sydnorsville trailer.
And when sheriff's deputies arrived, 29-year old Clyde Price, Junior was already dead.
Price went by the nickname, "Sonny". He suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his chest and back.
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SOT 1:19:14
IN Q=The victim's

((LIEUTENANT EWELL HUNT/FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: THE VICTIM'S BODY HAS BEEN SENT FOR AN AUTOPSY. IT'S AT THE MEDICAL EXAMINER'S IN ROANOKE FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT. OBVIOUSLY TESTS-- TOXICOLOGY TESTS AND OTHER TESTS WILL DETERMINE EXACT CAUSE OF DEATH.))
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Light was arrested at her home shortly after the shooting.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for October 23rd.
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5-Interest-Rates


ANCHOR=Jean
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You won't have to pull more out of your wallet to pay interest.
The Federal Reserve is leaving interest rates alone- at least for now, signaling that it's not worried about inflation.
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(( ))
SUPER=01-Knight Kiplinger/"Kiplinger Washington Letter";
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ANCHOR=Jean
SS=HOLD


That news sent stock and bond prices higher for awhile today- but the Dow Jones industrials fell again a short time later.

5-VMI


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=khu
TAPE#596-32
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The National Organization for Women says Virginia Military Institute is just being vindictive, by insisting that women get "buzz cuts."
"Not at all," says V-M-I's superintendent.
double boxes Keith/Jean


Keith Humphry spoke with him today- -right after Josiah Bunting had finished addressing the corps of cadets.
ANCHOR=Keith
Jean, it was the first opportunity General Bunting has had SUPER=@Keith1;

to explain to cadets how the Board arrived at its decision to comply with the Supreme Court order and admit women.
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SUPER=03-Lexington; :00
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(( There may be sadness, wistfulness even resentment among cadets, says General Bunting, but they're not vindictive.
The comment from the President of NOW was a response to Bunting's insistence over the weekend that women's haircuts would be the same as men.
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=it'll be alright.

))
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Keith VO-NAT


The Superintendent says it's unfortunate that so many people seem "fixated" on haircuts, when there are so many more important issues.
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There are indications, though, that female cadets may be allowed some
slight concession on haircuts- -but, double boxes Keith/Jean

Jean, it won't be much different than the male rats.

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HARD MUSIC UNDER


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Straight ahead--on NEWS-7 at FIVE--Bob Dole criticizes the president on his attempt to revamp the health care system.
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And a global treaty is signed in hopes of controlling the spread of nuclear weapons.
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ANCHOR=Connie


Plus, on Health Check:
Helping your child put their best foot forward.
But if their shoes don't fit properly it's not that easy. 2-SHOT
Anchor=Jean


Also coming up-- Tech coach Frank Beamer thanks his student fans--
ANCHOR=Connie


Mike has details in tonight's Two Minute ticker-- stick around. cc sponsor

5-UN-Clinton


ANCHOR=Jean
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The world's major nuclear powers have agreed to give up nuclear weapons testing.
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SUPER=03-New York;


President Clinton was the first to sign a nuclear test ban treaty at the United Nations today.
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((WE TAKE A GIANT STEP FORWARD. BY OVERWHELMING GLOBAL CONSENSUS WE WILL MAKE A SOLEMN COMMITTMENT TO END ALL NUCLEAR TESTING FOR ALL TIME.))
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


The ban prohibits all nuclear testing- underground, underwater, in the atmosphere and outerspace.
But not all nations think it's a good idea.
India, Libya and North Korea are refusing to sign it-
The treaty can not be made law without the approval of all 44 countries that have nuclear weapons.
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5-Dole


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
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The way Bob Dole tells it, when the campaign spotlight goes off, the taxing and spending begin.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Detroit;


Dole says President Clinton plans to increase the size of government every way he can.
Dole pointed to Clinton's proposal to change the health care system.
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((ROBERT DOLE/R- PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: IT WAS THE KIND OF MASSIVE EXPANSION OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT THAT AMERICA HAD NOT SEEN IN THREE DECADES. HIS NATIONAL HEALTH CARE PLAN WOULD'VE RESULTED IN 1.5 TRILLION, 1.5 TRILLION IN NEW FEDERAL SPENDING.))
SUPER=01-Bob Dole/(R) Presidential Candidate;
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OUT Q=in new federal spending.:
ANCHOR=Jean
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Dole says that plan would've meant 17 new taxes on Americans.
He's pushing his proposal for an across the board tax cut.

5-Roberts


ANCHOR=Jean
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WRITER=tal
TAPE#596-31
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Independent congressional candidate Tom Roberts says he must have incumbent Rick Boucher running scared if the congressman doesn't want to include him in a debate.
SS=boucher


Yesterday, Boucher told News-7 he thinks the same standards that are applied to the presidential debates should apply in the ninth district.
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Reform Party presidential candidate Ross Perot is being excluded from those debates.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


ROBERTS says if he's not allowed to debate with republican Patrick Muldoon and Boucher, it's because Boucher is trying to hide his record.
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((TOM ROBERTS/I-CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS: IF YOU LOOK AT THE NUMBERS FROM THE PREVIOUS ELECTIONS HE DID NOT WIN BY HUGE MAJORITIES. NOW WITH A THREE-WAY RACE HE HAS A VERY GOOD CHANCE OF LOSING THIS AND HE'D LIKE TO EXCLUDE US TO TRY TO KEEP THIS KIND OF INFORMATION OUT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC EYE. ))
SUPER=01-Tom Roberts/(I) Candidate for Congress;
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TALENT=Jean
SS=Boucher


Today Boucher said details of a debate are still being worked out, and no decision has been reached regarding whether to include Roberts.

5-Culpepper


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5 p.m.
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An autopsy proves it WAS a woman's body found Sunday in Culpeper County.
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Authorities still haven't identified the woman-- but they have ruled out a missing Spotsylvania County girl as the victim.
16-year old Sophia Silva was last seen September ninth.
State police aren't saying exactly how the victim died-- but say her body had been set on fire.
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TALENT=JEAN
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Authorities are treating the death as a murder.

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NEWS-7 at Five-- we'll be back in a moment with the latest forecast-- and a little later on, we'll take you to a place where everyone can fish around the clock, 12 months a year...stay with us. stocks bump next Forecasts
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Don't go away-- bad news for Miami Dolphin fans-- details in tonight's Two Minute Ticker.
Anchor=Connie


And on Health Check, we'll have the latest statistics on breast cancer-- and they're not all bad.
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Plus, meeting with Princess Diana today, the First Lady praised the government for taking an active role in cancer prevention-- with even the C-I-A doing it's part.
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((WE ALWAYS THOUGH IF WE COULD DIRECT MISSILES DOWN CHIMNEYS IN BAGHDAD WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET A BETTER PICTURE EARLIER OF WHAT'S HAPPENING INSIDE A WOMAN'S BODY. ))
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5-Tobacco


ANCHOR=connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#596-30
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What would happen if tobacco growers and health advocates worked together to address smoking issues?
Is that even possible?
A symposium in Roanoke is bringing both sides of a bitter war together this week.
Eric Earnhart tells us if it's working.
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IN Q=The white flag went up
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=19-Eric Earnhart; :15-quick
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SUPER=01-Dr. David Lewis/Martinsville Physician; :35
SUPER=01-Lucy Conner/Halifax Co. Tobacco Grower; :51
SUPER=01-Wayne Purcell/Agricultural Economist; 1:08
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OUT Q=EE, News 7

((The white flag went up at the Hotel Roanoke... as both sides took a break from the battle at the Tobacco and Health Symposium.
SOT 11:56:06
IN Q=for years

((ERIC EARNHART: FOR YEARS MILLIONS OF DOLLARS HAVE BEEN SPENT IN A TUG OR WAR OVER THIS LITTLE CYLINDER, BUT AT THIS SYMPOSIUM, THE FOLKS ON BOTH SIDES OF THAT BATTLE ARE TRYING TO FIND WAYS TO WORK TOGETHER))
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It's not easy, but they did grab a piece of common ground... Both sides agreed that children and teens should not be smoking... and that federal regulations should not threaten the economic health of farming communities...
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((DR. DAVID LEWIS/MARTINSVILLE:WE ALL WANT OUR COMMUNITIES TO BE SUCCESSFUL, AND OUR FAMILIES TO BE WELL. ))
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OUT Q=our families to be well


But even with that agreement, some tobacco growers are suspicious of the long term motives of anti-smoking groups.
SOT 11:00:29
IN Q=because I don't

((LUCY CONNER, HALIFAX COUNTY: BECAUSE i DON'T THINK THE AMERICAN SOCIETY IS JUST AFTER KEEPING TEENS FROM SMOKING, I THINK THEY WANT TO MAKE THIS A SMOKELESS SOCIETY, AND THAT IS A THREAT TO ME. ))
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OUT Q=that is a threat to me
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IN Q=there's no other single

((WAYNE PURCELL/AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIST:THERE'S NO OTHER SINGLE CROP THAT CAN COME CLOSE TO REPLACING TOBACCO AS AN INCOME GENERATOR AND I THINK THE HEALTH ADVOCATE SIDE NEEDS TO UNDERSTAND THAT VIEWPOINT AND MAYBE OVER TIME, WITH THIS KIND OF CONFERENCEING, WE'LL GET TO COMMON GROUND AND WORK TOGETHER TOWARD COMMON SOLUTIONS. ))
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And while they may be a long way from those solutions, at least they're talking. Eric Earnhart, News 7))

5-Breast-Cancer


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#596-27
GRAPHIC=breast Cancer


Many women have heard this grim statistic: that they have a one in nine chance of developing breast cancer in their lifetime.
But another statistic now shows that most women will be survivors.
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VO-NAT


Early results from the Netherlands Cancer Institute show that treatment for breast cancer is achieving impressive survival rates.
In fact, 90-percent of women are still alive five years after treatment-- which included radiotherapy and conservative surgery.
The study was conducted in 35 countries, including more than five thousand women with tumors up to two inches in diameter.
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5-Diana


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=AMO
TAPE#596-26
SS=Breast Cancer


Meantime, a White House breakfast fundraiser for breast cancer research attracted some high-powered names.
SS=princess Diana


The guest of honor was Princess Diana--who leads a global fight against AIDS and breast cancer.
SS=Clinton, Hillary


First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton called it one of the nicest British Invasions the White House has ever had...
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


Mrs. Clinton quickly got down to business, praising the F-D-A for the job it's done.
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IN Q=we also

((HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON: WE ALSO HAVE SEEN THE FDA PUT ALL CANCER DRUGS ON THE FAST TRACK FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL, WHICH GIVES PATIENTS AS MANY TREATMENT OPTIONS AS POSSIBLE. BUT IN THE ABSENCE OF A CURE WE HAVE TO DO EVERYTHING WE CAN TO ENCOURAGE EARLY DETECTION OF THE DISEASE. ))
SUPER=07-Hillary Rodham Clinton;
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OUT Q=OF THE DISEASE.
ANCHOR=Connie
SS=Breast Cancer research


Since 1993, funding for breast cancer research has nearly doubled and now stands at 476-million dollars.

5-Seagram


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NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#NONE
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Seagram is breaking a 48-year-old industry tradition against advertising hard liquor on T-V.
That-- despite criticism by President Clinton as well as health and consumer organizations.
Seagram says it should have the same right to buy air time as beer and wine makers.

5-Kids-Shoes


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#596-35
GRAPHIC=Childrens Health


With school back in session, shoe stores everywhere have been hopping!
But if your kids shoes don't fit well, it can make for a pretty miserable time.
So some ideas from the experts:
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****CONNIE AUDIO ON CART****
First of all, since small feet tend to grow bigger....fast, make sure there's plenty of room. So buy shoes a little large.
Stay away from narrow shoes that scrunch the feet-- that can cause bunions, down the road.
Also, make sure the shoes are flexible.
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SOT 10:49:02
IN Q=People have been

(( DR. SCOTT MUBARAK/PEDIATRIC ORTHOPEDIST:PEOPLE HAVE BEEN ALMOST TERRORIZED INTO BUYING MORE SUPPORT THAN WHAT THEY REALLY NEED. I LIKE A LOT OF FLEXIBILITY IN THE SOLE BECAUSE THEY'RE LIGHTER ON THEIR FEET, MORE AGILE ANJD LESS CLUTZY.))
SUPER=01-Dr. Scott Mubarak/Pediatric Orthopedist; :06
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OUT Q=less clutzy.
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VO-NAT


So little feet in big high-tops may be not the best idea.
And babies don't even need shoes until they start walking.
Instead, protect their feet with socks, especially those with adhesive bottoms for babies starting to stand.
Parents often worry if their child has flat feet, and while some extra support will make shoes last longer, wedges, inserts and heels are useless and special shoes usually aren't needed.
Many babies are born with feet that turn in or out....usually it's not a serious problem, and often corrects by itself in time.
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2-shot-toss
ANCHOR=Jean


Time now to walk the walk with Mike Stevens-- who can fill us in on a bad prognosis for Dolphin quarterback Dan Marino.
ANCHOR=Connie


Plus he'll tells us about Virginia Tech's national record...Hi Mike.

S5-Tech


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#ST5-23
GRAPHIC=Tech Logo


Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the Tuesday ticker and our weekly trip to Blacksburg.
With the longest winning streak in the nation, the Virginia Tech Hokies are finally getting respect.
And you don't have to look far around campus to see that excitement percolating.
Roy Stanley explains.
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((Tickets to the Hokies home games are selling like pancakes.
A city of tents surrounded the Cassell as students camped out to get tickets to the U-V-a game on November 29-th.
Beamer and some of his players were up at the crack of dawn this morning serving up 30 dozen donuts and 40 gallons of coffee and Hot chocolate.)) ((FRANK BEAMER/VA. TECH HEAD COACH: )) ((The Students have reason to be excited about Tech football.
The Hokies are 3 and 0 and now have the longest winning streak in the nation at 13 games as they prepare for this weeks game at Syracuse.)) ((BILLY CONATY/VA. TECH CENTER: )) ((ROY STANDUP: ))
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wipe to pinnacle page (18074)
And don't forget you can watch the Hokies and Orangemen battle saturday at 3:30 LIVE from the Carrier Dome right here on Your Hometown Station.
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S5-Stuff


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Mike
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Bad news for Miami Dolphins fans this afternoon, as the MRI on Dan Marino's right ankle that he injured last night against the Colts - is positive.
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((JIMMY JOHNSON/MIAMI HEAD COACH:))
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OUT Q=...3 or 4 weeks."
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=NONE


Much more coming up at six including a look at this week's Tee Off Sight event at Hunting HIlls.
Have a good night folks. take a break

5-Fishing-Pier


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#596-28
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There's good news today for sport fishermen in the Smith Mountain Lake area.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;


State game officials dedicated a new deep water, handicapped accessible fishing pier at Smith Mountain Lake State Park.
The 100-foot pier provides improved access for anglers of all ages and abilities.
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SOT 4:50:44
IN Q=Our experience with

((WILLIAM WOODFIN/GAME & INLAND FISHERIES: OUR EXPERIENCE WITH THIS KIND OF FACILITY IS THEY'RE VERY, VERY POPULAR. YOU COULD LOOK AT THE DESIGN, YOU CAN SEE IT'S DESIGNED FOR PEOPLE THAT MAY HAVE SOME HANDICAP AND FOR THOSE THAT DON'T, AND WE HAVE 21 OF THESE TYPES OF FACILITIES AROUND THE STATE, NOT QUITE OF THIS SIZE NECESSARILY, AND THEY'VE BEEN POPULAR FOR US.))
SUPER=01-William Woodfin/Game & Inland Fisheries; :00
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OUT Q=popular for us.
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VO-NAT


The pier cost more than one hundred thousand dollars to build.
Proceeds from statewide sales of fishing equipment and motor boat fuel helped fund the project.
The pier and the nearby boat launch are open 24 hours a day year round.
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six-preview


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
TAPE#six preview
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(toss to PATRICK)
RUNS=:10
(PATRICK tosses to Jean)
ANCHOR=Jean


Coming up at Six, while O.J. Simpson stares down his accusers in a civil trial -- a member of his criminal defense team is actually defending DNA evidence in Virginia.
DOUBLE BOXES Jean/Keith


Here's Keith Humprhy with a preview.
ANCHOR=Keith
Jean, forget everything Barry Scheck SUPER=@Keith1;

said about the reliability of DNA evidence during Simpson's criminal trial.
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VO-NAT


Scheck came to Virginia today to sell D-N-A as the miracle to free the innocent and find the guilty.
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IN Q=Here I am

((BARRY SCHECK: HERE I AM THE DARTH VADER OF DEFENSE COUNSEL IN TERMS OF ATTACKING WHAT I WOULD CONSIDER BAD DNA TESTING. AND I'M TELLING YOU, LEGISLATURE, YOU HAVE A GOOD LAB.))
SUPER=07-Barry Scheck;
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=good lab
ANCHOR=Keith


Virginia's lab may be the best in the nation -- but Scheck says it's potential is being wasted.
DOUBLE BOXES Keith/Jean


We'll explain that in half an hour on NEWS 7 at SIX.
ANCHOR=Jean


Thanks Keith-- full screem wefc
Plus join us for the region's first and only local PRIMETIME newscast-- News-7 Primetime tonight at 10:00 on WEFC
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Thanks for watching NEWS-7 at FIVE, goodnight. ANCHOR=Jean