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HEADLINE

ANCHOR=Melanie
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VO-NAT


Fire has thousands on the run in Southern California this morning.
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And a six hour standoff in Giles County ends in tragedy.

2-CA-FIRES


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=brushfires


Wind-driven wildfires continue to rage out of control in Southern California this morning.
At least 80 homes have been destroyed and more than 18-thousand acres blackened.
Jennifer Sabih (Saw-bee) has the latest.
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(( ANOTHER SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY, ANOTHER GROUP OF HOUSES BURNED TO THE GROUND. THE LATEST AREA TO BE HIT BY A FIRESTORM...CARLSBAD IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY. SO MANY HOMES ARE IN FIRE THERE ALL AT ONCE THAT FIREFIGHTERS WERE SIMPLY OVERWHELMED AND WERE FORCED TO JUST LET SOME BURN DOWN. THE FIRE IN CARLSBAD LIKE FIRES UP AD DO_N SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WERE FANNED BY FIERCE SANTA ANA WINDS. WINDS UP TO 50-MILES PER HOUR IN THE MALIBU AREA...PUSHED FLAMES OVER THE MOUNTAIN INTO THE SEA AND TOWARDS HUNDREDS OF VERY EXPENSIVE HOMES AND FRIGHTENED RESIDENTS.

SOT: MOM IF YOU'RE WATCHING THIS ...I GOT THE DOG..>SGE I GOT THE DOG.


SOME EVACUATIONS WERE ORDERED, SOME WERE VOLUNTARY BUT NO PLACE IN MALIBU WAS COMPLETELY SAFE. EVACUEES AT AN EVACUATION CENTER WERE FORCED TO EVACUATE WHEN THE FLAMES JUST GOT TOO CLOSE THERE.
AND IN ORANGE COUNTY THERE WAS NO TIME TO EVACUATE AT ALL. 70-MILE PER HOUR WINDS WHIPPED FLAMES SO FAST, 8-HOMES BURNED TO THE GROUND BEFORE OWNERS HAD THE CHANCE OWNERS HAD A CHANCE TO EVEN SNATCH UP SENTIMENTALS

WE JUST DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO GET ANYTHING. IT HIT SO FAST. OUR NEIGHBORS WERE AT HOME AND THEY SAW IT START AND THEY COULDN'T STOP IT IN THEIR OWN HOUSE.))

STANDOFF


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
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An armed standoff in Giles County ends in suicide.
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VO-NAT
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The incident began early yesterday morning in the community of Ripplemead.
43- year- old Barry Peters holed up in his house for six hours, while a SWAT team surrounded the property.
Peters fired several shots inside and outside the house and police say he was armed with nearly half a dozen weapons including an assault rifle.
In the fifth hour of the standoff police attempted to force Peters out of the house by firing about two dozen rounds of tear gas into the windows.
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((CAPTAIN KEN PAUL/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: WE HAD TO MAKE A DECISION FOR THE SAKE OF THE COMMUNITY AND WE FELT LIKE WE MADE THE RIGHT DECISION. ))
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An hour later officials entered to find Peters had taken his won life.
Neighbors say Peters suffered from depression, but at this point, officials are not sure what triggered the incident.
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P-Symphony


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#596-40
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Symphony


Roanoke's newest Maestro David Wiley was excited for last night's concert.
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The new Roanoke Symphony Orchestra conductor made his debut last night to a sold- out audience.
The concert featured some of Wiley's personal favorites-- including works by Verdi, Tchaikovsky, and Brahms.
And even though his opening night has been hyped up in the Valley, he says he does not feel pressured.
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Wiley hopes the symphony's light- hearted ad campaign will bring in a more diverse audience.
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((DAVID WILEY ))
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Wiley has not indicated how long he'll stay in Roanoke-- but he says he wants to make beautiful music here for several years to come.
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BAD-STANDOFF


ANCHOR=Melanie
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A Giles County man took his own life yesterday several hours after he engaged in standoff with State and County lawmen.
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The incident began early yesterday morning in the community of Ripplemead.
43- year- old Barry Peters holed up in his house for six hours, while a SWAT team surrounded the property.
Peters fired several shots inside and outside the house and police say he was armed with nearly half a dozen weapons including an assault rifle.
In the fifth hour of the standoff police attempted to force Peters out of the house by firing around two dozen rounds of tear gas into his windows.
An hour later Peters turned one of his guns on himself.
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((LARRY FALLS/GILES COUNTY SHERIFF: THEY ENTERED IT, AFTER A PERIOD OF TIME. I DON'T KNOW THE EXACT TIME THEY WENT TO THE BASEMENT AND FOUND THAT THE VICTIM HAD COMMITTED SUICIDE. )) ))
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Neighbors say Peters suffered from depression, but at this point, officials are not sure what triggered the incident.
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Wheeler


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tal
TAPE#596-37
GRAPHIC=Wheeler


A Wythe County judge delivered a maximum sentence to 17- year old Christopher Shawn Wheeler for the murder of a sheriff's deputy in December of 19-94.
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Wheeler pled guilty in August to second degree murder and a related firearms charge.
Yesterday the judge sentenced him to 43 years in prison.
Wheeler shot and killed deputy Clifford Dicker when Dicker tried to serve him with arrest papers.
The defense was hoping Wheeler could serve a lesser sentence in a detention center, saying he was a victim of a traumatic childhood and poor upbringing.
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((KARLA TURMAN/VICTIM'S DAUGHTER: THE FIRST SHOT THAT HE TOOK, MAYBE HE THOUGHT THAT MY DAD WAS GONNA SHOOT HIM. MAYBE I COULD EXCUSE THAT. BUT THE SECOND SHOT HE DID INTENTIONALLY BECAUSE HE DIDN'T WANT MY DAD TO COME AFTER HIM AND HE DIDN'T WANT TO HAVE TO GO TO JAIL FOR IT. SO MAYBE I COULD EXCUSE THE FIRST ONE BUT NOT THE SECOND ONE. )) ((WAYNE PIKE/WYTHE CO. SHERIFF: LOTS OF KIDS GO THROUGH A LOT WORSE THINGS THAN HE'S EVER BEEN THROUGH AND OBVIOUSLY THEY DON'T GO AROUND KILLING POLICE OFFICERS OR OTHER PEOPLE. SO I JUST FEAR FOR THE SAFETY OF INNOCENT PEOPLE WHO LIVE AND WORK IN OUR COMMUNITY IF THIS GUY IS OUT WALKING AROUND SOMETIME. ))
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Wheeler was first charged with CAPITAL murder, which can carry the death penalty.
But the judge reduced the charge because of some legal technicalities.
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Henry-Street


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NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=eea
TAPE# 96-85
GRAPHIC=None


They say picketing will continue until something changes.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


About a dozen people carried signs in front of the municipal building yesterday- Black residents say they're losing part of their heritage.
They're upset at city council's refusal to sell the old Dumas Hotel building back to its original owner for the original selling price- about 24 thousand dollars.
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((PERNELLER CHUBB-WILSON, SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE; THEY HAVE TAKEN GAINSBORO, THEY'VE TAKEN HENRY STREET, AND THERE'S ONLY ONE LITTLE BUILDING UP THERE AND DOG GONE IT, WE OUGHT TO HAVE THAT. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, SO WE'LL BE PICKETING, SOMEBODY'LL BE HERE EVERYDAY.))
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About 800 thousand dollars in grants have turned the old Hotel into the Henry Street music center.
City officials say it would not be fiscally responsible to now turn it over to private interests.
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2-HEADLINES
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Fire has thousands on the run in southern california.
18-thousand acres have fallen victim to the fries so far.
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A tragic ending to a 6 hour standoff in Giles County yesterday.
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And a judge gives a 17- year- old the maximum sentence for the murder of a Wythe County Sheriff's deputy.
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And that's what's making news on this Tuesday, October 22nd.

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Giles-Standoff


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-81
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A tragic ending to a tense police standoff yesterday in Giles County.
It happened in the Ripplemead section.
For six hours Barry Peters held police at bay, but when authorities tried to get him out of the house... Peters turned a gun on himself.
Scott Prince was there.
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((NAT SOUND-- GUN SHOTS
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Gun fire erupted in and around this Giles County home for the better part of the day.
Inside was 43- year- old Barry Peters... armed with nearly half- a- dozen weapons including an assault rifle.
Outside was a swat team... hoping to diffuse the situation.
Police watched as Peters started shooting aimlessly around the house.
And at one point he shot out from one of his windows and shattered the rear windshield of this police cruiser.
Authorities had the home surrounded for hours... trying to negotiate with Peters... hoping to bring him outside without anyone getting hurt.
Then they made the decision to force him out of the house. STAND UP 18:15:25
In the 5th hour of the standoff, police shot twenty to thirty rounds of tear gas into the home... practically through every window. END STAND UP
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((CAPTAIN KEN PAUL/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: WE HAD TO MAKE A DECISION FOR THE SAKE OF THE COMMUNITY AND WE FELT LIKE WE MADE THE RIGHT DECISION. ))
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After they fired the tear gas... police gave Peters another chance to come out, but to no avail.
Another hour passed... and officials finally went in, only to find that Barry Peters had taken his own life.
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((LARRY FALLS/GILES COUNTY SHERIFF: THEY ENTERED IT, AFTER A PERIOD OF TIME. I DON'T KNOW THE EXACT TIME THEY WENT TO THE BASEMENT AND FOUND THAT THE VICTIM HAD COMMITTED SUICIDE. ))
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Neighbors say Peters suffered from depression, but at this point, officials aren't sure what triggered the incident.
Scott Prince, News- 7, Giles County

FIRES


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
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Thousands of firefighters are battling five wind-driven wildfires this morning in southern California.
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Officials say the flames have destroyed or damaged at least 80 homes, 50 of them in one fire that is raging near San Diego.
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Winds of up to 50- miles- per- hour pushed another fire into the exclusive Malibu area, forcing a number of evacuations.
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One fire is burning very close to Pepperdine University so the school cancelled classes today.
Altogether the flames have charred more than 18-thousand acres.
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NE-Flooding


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lba
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Flooding


A slow-moving storm in the northeast has brought record rainfall and left much of New England under water.
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Boston set a record for rainfall in a 24-hour period, with more than six inches falling on Sunday.
Massachusetts, New Hampshire and
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Maine have declared states of emergency.
Officials in other parts of New England, hit by the same storm over the weekend, are worried about more flooding, as already swollen rivers continue to rise.
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TWA


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


The families of the victims of T-W-A flight 800 are suing the airline and Boeing the plane's manufacturer.
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SUPER=03-Washington DC;


A lawyer for twenty-five families blames the crash on a fire in the fuel tank NOT a bomb or a missle.
T-W-A and the F-B-I are blasting the 100 million dollar lawsuit.
They point to the fact the lawyer filed the suit without ever having viewed the plane's wreckage.
And Federal investigators add there is still not enough evidence to say what brought down the 7-4-7.
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GM


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
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General Motors and the Canadian auto-workers union appear to be making progress.
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SUPER=03-Toronto;


A spokesman for G-M said an agreement had been reached on the most contentious issue: outsourcing.
Last night talks stalled on overtime pay.
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Both sides are hoping the union will be able to vote on a tentative deal tomorrow to break the three-week old strike.
That could bring the 26-thousand strikers back to work by the end of the week.
The strike has also affected G-M's operations in the U-S and Mexico, idling more than 18-thousand workers.

John-Warner


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=eea
TAPE# 96-83
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Senator John Warner picked up another endorsement yesterday, this one from a coalition of Virginia agriculture representatives.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


They made the announcement yesterday morning in Roanoke's Market Square, as Warner announced a plan promising estate tax relief for farmers, and reform of the clean water act.
Warner is still running comfortably ahead of his opponent.
But he did not want to say much about fellow Republican Bob Dole's dismal place in the polls,
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((JOHN WARNER/(R) CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS; HEY, LET BOB DOLE JUST GO ON WITH HIS CAMPAIGN, IT'S A STRONG CAMPAIGN... TODAY THIS IS MY CAMPAIGN, AND I'M HAVING A MARVELOUS DAY WHERE I JUST LOVE TO COME, RIGHT HERE IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY.))
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A short time later, as he spoke at a meeting of the Virginia Municipal League, Warner expressed optimism about his re-election, calling a loss in November an unlikely event.
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wipe wipe wipe

Mark-Warner


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-84
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


Democrat Mark Warner surrounded himself with Richmond schoolchildren to announce the formation of Educators for Mark Warner.
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((I'M TRYING TO GET THE JOB TO BE A SENATOR. AND WHAT THE SENATORS DECIDE IS THEY HELP MAKE THE RULES. LIKE WHAT KIND OF SCHOOLS WE HAVE, AND WHERE WE BUILD THE ROADS. AND THEY MAKE THE DECISIONS, HELP, WORKING THE TEACHERS TO DECIDE IF WE CAN PUT COMPUTERS IN YOUR CLASSES.))
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Educators for Mark Warner claims about 400 supporters so far, including Virginia Education Association President Cheri (SHERRY) James and former Virginia first lady Jeannie Baliles.
Mark Warner says John Warner can not have it both ways: say he supports education and then vote for a budget that cuts the school lunch program, student loans, and money for safe and drug free schools.
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P-gILES-STANDOFF


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=SPR
TAPE#596-24
GRAPHIC=standoff


A tragic ending yesterday to a standoff in the Ripplemead section of Giles County...
43- year- old Barry Peters barricaded himself inside his home.
When authorities finally went in to get him out six hours later, they found he had committed suicide.
Scott Prince has the story.
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2-Wheeler


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tal
TAPE#596-37
GRAPHIC=Wheeler


Seventeen year old Christopher Shawn Wheeler is facing the maximum sentence for the murder of a sheriff's deputy in December of 19-94.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Wytheville/File Tape;


Wheeler pled guilty in August to second degree murder and a related firearms charge. Yesterday the judge sentenced him to 43 years in prison.
Wheeler shot and killed deputy Clifford Dicker when Dicker tried to serve him with arrest papers.
The defense was hoping Wheeler could serve a lesser sentence in a detention center, saying he was a victim of a traumatic childhood and poor upbringing.
SOT 7:14:17
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((KARLA TURMAN/VICTIM'S DAUGHTER: THE FIRST SHOT THAT HE TOOK, MAYBE HE THOUGHT THAT MY DAD WAS GONNA SHOOT HIM. MAYBE I COULD EXCUSE THAT. BUT THE SECOND SHOT HE DID INTENTIONALLY BECAUSE HE DIDN'T WANT MY DAD TO COME AFTER HIM AND HE DIDN'T WANT TO HAVE TO GO TO JAIL FOR IT. SO MAYBE I COULD EXCUSE THE FIRST ONE BUT NOT THE SECOND ONE. )) ((WAYNE PIKE/WYTHE CO. SHERIFF: LOTS OF KIDS GO THROUGH A LOT WORSE THINGS THAN HE'S EVER BEEN THROUGH AND OBVIOUSLY THEY DON'T GO AROUND KILLING POLICE OFFICERS OR OTHER PEOPLE. SO I JUST FEAR FOR THE SAFETY OF INNOCENT PEOPLE WHO LIVE AND WORK IN OUR COMMUNITY IF THIS GUY IS OUT WALKING AROUND SOMETIME. ))
SUPER=01-Karla Turman/Victim's Daughter; :00
SUPER=@Pike; :19
RUNS=:35
OUT Q=walking around sometime.
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VO-NAT


Wheeler was first charged with CAPITAL murder, which can carry the death penalty.
But the judge reduced the charge because of some legal technicalities.
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Lilly


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#96-80
GRAPHIC=Lilly


The case against the man accused of killing Virginia Tech student Alexander Defillipis last December started mounting yesterday as the Montgomery County prosecutor began laying out the case against Ben Lilly.
Joe Dashiell reports on an early dispute over a photograph of the victim.
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((SKIP SCHWAB/PROSECUTOR: AND DURING THIS TRIAL, I AM GOING TO HAVE HIM BESIDE ME AT THE TABLE, BECAUSE THAT'S THE ONLY WAY HE CAN BE HERE.))
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The family of Alexander Defillipis watched as prosecutor Skip Schwab placed a photograph on the table.
Defillipis was abducted from a Blacksburg convenience store last December and shot four times.
Ben Lilly is one of three defendants in this case, the alleged trigger man, and his attorneys argued the photo of the victim would prejudice the jury.
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((MAX JENKINS/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: THAT'S NOT THE EVIDENCE. IT CAN ONLY SERVE ONE PURPOSE AND THAT IS TO INVOKE SYMPATHY FOR THE VICTIM YOUR HONOR AND WE ASK THE COURT FOR A MISTRIAL NOW.))
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STAND-UP CLOSE
Circuit Court Judge Ray Grubbs did not grant the motion for a mistrial. He said the use of the photo during opening arguments was reasonable, and did not serve to inflame the jury. He did ask the prosecutor to put it aside during testimony... testimony that is expected to continue for most of the week.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Blacksburg))

VMI


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WRITER=lba
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The Justice Department wants a federal judge to order Virginia Military Institute to explain its coeducation plans.
The department has requested a hearing for November 13th in federal court in Roanoke.
But the state apparently does not think it has to produce a detailed plan to admit women.
Such a plan might go into things like whether keeping the school's strict physical training requirements poses a hindrance to female cadets.

L'eggs


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#96-73
GRAPHIC=none


Last week we told you about the rescue of a Salem plant that was slated to close.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Last Week;


The L'eggs Distribution Center and its 125 employees were becoming victims of a consolidation move.
SUPER=04-L'eggs Presentation;


But a tape made by the center's operations manager convinced Levy (LEE-vee) Home Entertainment of Chicago to buy the site and hire most of the employees.
The big selling point was using workers in the presentation.
Levy said it was overwhelmed by their positive spirit.
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IN Q=and I had

((CAROL PARKER/L'EGGS EMPLOYEE: AND I HAD NEVER HAD NO EXPERIENCE WITH COMPUTERS AND THEY HAD CONFIDENCE IN ME ENOUGH TO TRAIN ME AND I'VE BEEN THERE FIVE YEARS NOW AS A DATA PROCESSOR AND I LIKE MY JOB, AND I'D LIKE TO GET ANOTHER ONE LIKE THAT.))
SUPER=01-Carol Parker/L'eggs Employee;
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OUT Q=another one like that.
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((JOHN HIGGINS/L'EGGS OPERATIONS MANAGER: ONCE WE COULD GET EM TO TAKE A LOOK AT OUR MANUFACTURING, OUR CULTURE, THE PRODUCTIVITY, THE POSITIVE ATTITUDE, THE MORALE OF THE EMPLOYEES, I THINK HOWARD'LL CONFIRM THAT LEVY HOME ENTERTAINMENT MADE A DECISION TO NOT LOCATE IN ANOTHER STATE BUT TO COME RIGHT HERE TO THE ROANOKE VALLEY.))
SUPER=01-John Higgins/L'eggs Operation Manager;
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OUT Q=Roanoke Valley.
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Levy Home Entertainment will convert the L'eggs site into a book distribution facility by early next year.
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4-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=afr
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=mlb


The Braves won their second straight world series game in New York last night.
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In the N-F-L, the Raiders evened their record at 4 last night by beating A-F-C West rival San Diego.
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The game was tied at 7 after a half. In the third quarter,
Raiders Quarterback Jeff Hostetler gets intercepted on a deep ball to James Jett.
Hostetler then yelled at Jett for a lack of effort.
The Raiders took control of the game on a Derrick Fenner Touchdown reception for a 20 to 7 lead--
SUPER=30-Oakland/23/San Diego/14/;


Backup Charger Quarterback Sean Salisbury played for injured Stan Humphries and tossed a touchdown to Tony Martin to pull within six,
but the Raiders go on to win it 23 to 14.
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