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The F-B-I may be ready to drop Richard Jewell as a suspect in the deadly Olympic Park bombing.
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And almost 30 people were arrested yesterday in Roanoke in a drug sting.

JEWELL


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Federal investigators are backing further away from Richard Jewell as a suspect in the Olympic Cenntenial Park bombing.
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Yesterday, F-B-I agents returned guns they had seized from Jewell in searches after the explosion.
Jewell's lawyers say they expect law enforcement to clear the former security guard's name shortly.
The U-S Attorney in Atlanta refused comment.
SUPER=03-Union Gap, WA;


Meantime, in an unrelated case, the F-B-I thinks it has the suspects responsible for a series of bombings and bank robberies in Washington State.
Three suspects were arrested yesterday in south-central Washington town of Union Gap.
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bozo-comment


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In Florida tonight, It's the vice Presidential candidates' turn.
Vice President Al Gore and Republican Jack Kemp meet in St. Petersburg for their only debate.
Both candidates say they'll focus on the agenda laid out by their bosses.
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Meantime, Bob Dole campaigns in Illinois today, after causing a stir during a New Jersey rally yesterday.
In an offhand remark, he called Clinton a "Bozo."
Later he said was just kidding.
Still, he is promising to hit harder on the administration's ethical controversies in his next debate with Mr. Clinton.
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President Clinton is keeping a low profile today -- his only public appearance will be at a ceremony to sign a federal aviation spending bill.

SCLC


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The Southern Christian Leadership Conference claims Roanoke's federal judges are not treating everyone equally.
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Despite yesterday's rainy weather, members of the S-C-L-C's Roanoke chapter demonstrated outside the U-S Supreme Court.
They say U-S Western District judges are unfair to minorities in civil rights cases.
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Members also criticized the court's ruling of the Violence Against Women's Act as unconstitutional.
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Farming


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As Governor George Allen heads to Pennsylvania to meet with fellow Governors on the health of the Chesapeake Bay, he's making it clear he's FOR clean water.
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Allen announced yesterday a new set of tax credits for farmers.
One promotes the use of precision pesticide and nutrient sprayers.
Another rewards farmers who develop so-called Best Management Practices for all kinds of animal waste and chemical run-off issues.
Information on the tax credits is available from the Department of Conservation and Recreation.
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Vinton-Pigs


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The three little pigs of Vinton are back and this time their owner wants them to stay.
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Last summer, the town banned Wilbur, Arnold and Charlotte from living with their owner, Emma Saunders.
She refused to say what she did with them.
But the pigs are apparently alive and well and living with Saunders' friends.
Now she wants them back, and is circulating a petition to get town council to change the ordinance, so she can keep her Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs as pets.
About 135 people have signed the petition so far.
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Drug-Bust


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A major drug roundup last night in Roanoke.
So far, police have arrested 24 adults and 5 juveniles.
Authorities are still searching for nearly 40 more individuals wanted for distributing drugs.
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The investigation began in early spring.
Police informants disguised themselves as drug addicts and bought small amounts of crack cocaine and other substances.
Among the targeted neighborhoods were Lafayette Boulevard and Melrose Avenue, as well as the Garden City and Williamson Road areas.
On Monday, the Grand Jury returned 96 indictments against 55 adults for distributing crack cocaine, heroin, marijuana and imitation narcotics.
Twelve juveniles were also charged with distributing drugs.
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Roanoke's drug prosecutor says 10 of the adults will likely be held without bond, because they are allegedly repeat offenders.
He says the rest will have high bonds, ranging anywhere from 10 to 40- thousand dollars.

Henry-Drugs


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A Henry County four month drug sting paid off yesterday .
Deputies arrested 11 people yesterday morning after a grand jury indicted them for selling cocaine.
Undercover officers bought crack cocaine at open air drug markets in Sandy Level, Piedmont Estates and other communities.
They're still looking for three other people who were charged in the indictment.

Fifth-District


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Danville Mayor Linwood Wright said he feels voters needed to know where he stands.
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Wright told reporters yesterday in Danville he's endorsing Virgil Goode.
The Rocky Mount Democrat is running against Republican George Landrith and Independent Tex Wood.
Wright says Goode has Danville's economic interests at heart and is not afraid to take an unpopular stand.
Earlier this year, Goode held out for a power-sharing arrangement with Republicans in the state Senate.
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Goode has also secured endorsements from the National Association of Realtors and the National Federation of Independent Businesses.

Muldoon


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Ninth district congressional candidate Patrick Muldoon has joined the ranks of Republicans who've pledged to support tax reforms.
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Muldoon signed a pledge to that effect yesterday, saying if elected he will stand up for American families and hold the line on taxes.
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((PATRICK MULDOON/R-CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS: IT PUTS ME ON RECORD. IT SAYS I WILL NOT INCREASE TAXES, I WILL NOT INCREASE THE MARGINAL TAX RATE, I WILL NOT REDUCE THE DEDUCTIONS FOR FAMILIES ACROSS SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA. ))
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A number of G-O-P candidates nationwide signed similar pledges yesterday, joining about 275 legislators who signed on before them.
Muldoon is seeking to unseat incumbent Democrat Rick Boucher.
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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The candidates for Vice President are preparing for tonight's debate in St. Petersburg, Florida.
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Though his health appears to be failing, 76- year- old Frank
(HELL-veh-steen) Helvestine is still facing charges of malicious wounding for a

crime committed more than 2 decades ago.
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The Anaheim City Council has approved a billion dollar expansion of Disneyland.
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And that's what's making news on this Wednesday, October 9th.
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BOMBING


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The F-B-I has apparently stopped its survelliance of Atlanta bombing suspect Richard Jewell.
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4:01:02
Now his attorneys hope the feds will officially drop him as a suspect and apologize to their client.
Yesterday, the bureau returned guns they had seized from Jewell in searches after the July explosion.
In an exclusive C-B-S interview Jewell said they were weapons that he used for hunting and in his past jobs in law enforcement.
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4:01;31 ((JEWELL: THIS IS ONE OF MY HANDGUNS WHEN I WAS A POLICE OFFICER, THIS IS ONE OF MY HANDGUNS, I'M A FIREARM INSTRUCTOR SO I HAVE A LOT OF HANDGUNS, THAT'S A REVOLVER.))
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The U-S attorney in Atlanta has refused to comment on the case.
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4"04"42
In an unrelated case, The F-B-I reportedly has made arrests in a series of bombings and bank robberies in Spokane, Washington.
Three men were arrested yesterday.
The explosions in Spokane occurred in April and July.
In each case, a pipe bomb was detonated as a diversion a few miles away from a bank robbery.
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Helvestine


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He may have to carry around an oxygen tank at age 76.
But authorities also think he's carrying around a guilty conscience.
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Frank (HELL-veh-steen) Helvestine was brought in on a wheelchair yesterday to face four felonies at the Roanoke County Courthouse.
The charges include murder, malicious wounding and arson, stemming from a crime committed 21 years ago.
Helvestine is accused of planting a car bomb in 19-75.
It killed a toddler-- 23- month- old Carrie Mask-- who was walking with her parents when the bomb went off.
Prosecutors said given the time lapse, proving guilt in this case may be more challenging.
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((SKIP BURKART/ROANOKE COUNTY PROSECUTOR: OBVIOUSLY, IT'S GOING TO MAKE IT A LITTLE MORE DIFFICULT FROM AN EVIDENTIARY STANDPOINT, BUT WE FELT WE HAD SUFFICIENT INFORMATION THAT WE SHOULD GO FORWARD. ))
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Burkart does not think any more arrests will be made in the case... even though he believes Helvestine did not act alone.
Burkart says one other person was involved, but that suspect died a few years ago.
During the arraignment, Helvestine asked for a court appointed attorney.
But that request was denied, because he had too many financial assets.
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Last week the accused killer was in traffic court to fight a speeding ticket.
On that day he apparently walked in and out of the courtroom under his own power.

Wythe-Fatal


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An accident on I-81 in Wythe County killed one woman yesterday and seriously injured another.
70 year-old Virginia (Sec-o-bich) Secobich of Massachusetts died at the scene when a van struck the Buick she was riding in.
State police say the driver of the Buick, Wanda S. Bourne of Fries (FREEZ) made an improper lane change, and the van hit it broadside.
Bourne was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
No one in the van was injured.

Carroll-Bank


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Authorities arrested an alleged bank robber, AND recovered the 14- thousand- dollars he's accused of stealing from the Bank of Carroll in Cana.
Carroll County Sheriff Warren Manning says 25- year- old Larry Tyrone Gates was wearing a gun when he demanded the money.
The tellers gave police a detailed description of Gates and his car.
He was arrested several miles away in Surry County, North Carolina.
Gates is awaiting extradition to Virginia.

Mustain-Memorial


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Transportation officials call the 900-pound statue of the "Virgin Mary" a traffic hazard and say it has to go, but a Danville family is fighting to keep the memorial for their two children.
Teresa Hamilton has the story.
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(( It's been nearly a year since 12- year old Jami Earles and her 10- year year old brother James were killed in a traffic accident on Route 265.
Last week, a 25- hundred dollar memorial was erected in their memory.
Family members say they chose the statues because they'd be difficult for vandals to remove.
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((RAYMOND MUSTAIN/CHILDREN'S STEPFATHER: I ERECTED THAT IN MEMORY OF THEM, SO WHEN I DRIVE BY, OR ANYONE DRIVES BY THEY SEE THAT RIGHT THERE AND THEY REMEMBER WHAT HAPPENED. ))
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The Mustains say they had permission to place two "four- foot" angels at the site, but decided to buy the "Virgin Mary" statue and two smaller angels instead-- never expecting any problems.
Local transportation officials say the two smaller angels can remain, but the "Virgin Mary" statue has to go.
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((TIM WILES/RESIDENT ENGINEER:YOU ALWAYS WORRY ABOUT SOMETHING LIKE THAT BEING A CAUSE OF MORE DAMAGE FOR SOMEBODY, OR ANOTHER ACCIDENT, PEOPLE DRIVING BY SEE IT, THEY WANT TO STOP AND THAT'S NOT VERY GOOD ON A HIGHWAY.))
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Wiles has given the Mustains until November first to remove the larger statue, but family members say the "Virgin Mary" is staying until they're shown in writing where they've violated the law or an ordinance. end su
In the meantime, construction continues at the intersection.
The median, where the children were killed, has been closed. And, right turn lanes have been created for traffic entering Route 265. Teresa Hamilton, News 7, Danville.))

DISNEY


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Disney has gotten the go-ahead for a one-point-four billion-dollar expansion of Disneyland.
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The Anaheim City Council approved the zoning changes last night.
Disney plans to complete the sister theme park -- called Disney's California Adventure -- in 2001.
Planners say the project will bring 14-thousand, 500 jobs to Southern California.
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JOSEPHINE


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The remnants of Tropical Storm "Josephine" are still bringing strong winds and rain to parts of New England.
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4:23:16
The storm raced up the coast from Florida yesterday, leaving behind a waterlogged mess.
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4:21:56
Josephine pounded North Carolina, battering the coastline and dumping torrential rains inland.
At least 30-thousand homes and businesses in the state without power.
Josephine also is being blamed for three deaths in at least three states, including Virginia.
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Bust-Drugs


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A drug sting set up in early spring proved fruitfull last night in Roanoke.
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Police arrested 24 adults and 5 juveniles.
Authorities are still searching for nearly 40 more individuals wanted for distributing drugs.
Among the targeted neighborhoods were Lafayette Boulevard and Melrose Avenue, as well as the Garden City and Williamson Road areas.
On Monday, the Grand Jury returned 96 indictments against 55 adults for distributing crack cocaine, heroin, marijuana and imitation narcotics.
Twelve juveniles were also charged with distributing drugs.
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Helicopter


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Ten people were killed and five injured when an army transport helicopter crashed yesterday into an empty polo field in a residential neighborhood in Buenos Aires.
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Among the victims were senior army personnel from Argentina and Peru.
The officers had been attending a hemispheric defense ministers' conference.

The cause of the crash is under investigation.
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Vice-President's


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The vice presidential candidates are in the spotlight tonight in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Vice President Al Gore and Jack Kemp face-off in their only debate.
Both say they'll focus on the agenda laid out by their bosses in Sunday's presidential debate.
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Bob Dole will be campaigning in Illinois today, after promising yesterday to take the gloves off on ethics issues when he next debates President Clinton.
Yesterday Dole agreed with a supporter who said there was a "Bozo" in the White House but later said he was kidding.
White House spokesman Mike McCurry said he thinks Dole might be feeling a little desperate at this point.
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Warner


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The war of television ads rages on in the Virginia Senate race.
Senator John Warner has a new T-V ad that portrays Democratic challenger Mark Warner as a Washington insider.
The ad that began airing yesterday says the Democrat made his telecommunications fortune by taking advantage of government loopholes on cellphone licenses.
Mark Warner said Virginia voters should reject such personal attacks.
G-O-P pollster Glen Bolger said John Warner had to go on the offensive to prevent the race from tightening in the last weeks.
The incumbent has a big lead in polls.


VMI


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Virginia Military Institute's next freshmen class will contain at least 30 women.
That's the figure given by V-M-I Superintendent Josiah Bunting. He spoke to alumni yesterday in Norfolk.
Afterward, he said the alumni are coming together to ensure that coeducation works.
V-M-I has received 116 inquiries from female high school seniors. The school plans to conduct an open house later this month.


L'burg-Council


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Lynchburg City Council last month reaffirmed its goal of including diverse voices and ideas in the city.
Now a local group wants council to live up to its words, and allow a mural honoring civil rights activists to hang in City Hall.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( It is an imposing portrait.
Fifty square feet featuring the people who led the fight for civil rights in Lynchburg in the 1960's.
Its owner, the Legacy Project, has offered to hang the painting in City Hall, to coincide with the start of National Education Week in November.
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Too important to be placed anywhere besides the highly-visible lobby, where hundreds of people would see it each day.
The problem, city officials say, is where do they draw the line.
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((JIM WHITAKER/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: BUT WE NEED TO TAKE SOME STRONG CONSIDERATION, BECAUSE ONCE WE OPEN THE DOOR TO ALLOW ONE GROUP TO DISPLAY SOMETHING IN CITY HALL, THEN WE HAVE TO START ALLOWING ALL GROUPS TO DISPLAY IN CITY HALL.))
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((So it's possible that city manager Charles Church and museum officials could decide later this week that the best place for the mural is somewhere other than the lobby of this building. If that happens, councilman Junius Haskins says when the issue goes before city council, he has enough votes to make sure the painting goes in City Hall.))
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It's a safe bet that few council members, despite their best intentions, will enjoy having to vote against this request.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

4-scores


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Turning now to sports,
The weather was not very cooperative yesterday but
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The New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles will try again today to start the American League Championship Series at Yankee Stadium.
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In other baseball news, Outfielder Ken Griffey Junior of the Seattle Mariners wins his seventh consecutive American League Gold Glove award.
Griffey committed only four errors in 390 chances and had 10 outfield assists.
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In football, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young revealed Tuesday he has a torn ligament in his groin, but said he may be able to play in Monday night's showdown with the Packers at Green Bay.
And, the trading deadline has come and gone, and Atlanta quarterback Jeff George has not been traded.