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((
HERE'S WHAT WE'RE COVERING TONIGHT ON NEWS-7 PRIMETIME...
THE TWO TEENAGERS WHO WERE RESCUED FROM A BURNING CAR LAST MONTH ON INTERSTATE 581 FINALLY MEET THEIR HERO.
THE BROTHER OF THE DEFENDANT IN THE MURDER TRIAL OF A VIRGINIA TECH STUDENT PLEADS THE FIFTH INSTEAD OF TESTIFYING AGAINST BEN LILLY FOR THE PROSECUTION. ))
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top-story


ANCHOR=tracy
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#top
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TOP STORY GRAPHIC 11004
It's Wednesday, October 23rd-- tonight's TOP STORY--
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SOT 15:17:08
IN Q=THE OFFER

((THE OFFER WE HAVE MADE TODAY IS FOR 100-DOLLARS CASH UP FRONT FOR CONRAIL SHAREHOLDERS. I'M SURE THEY WILL FIND IT MORE ATTRACTIVE.))
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VO-NAT


With that, Norfolk Southern tries to railroad a deal between C-S-X and Conrail.
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P-NS-Conrail


ANCHOR=connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=spr
TAPE#596-24
GRAPHIC=NEWS-7 PRIMETIME


Good Evening your watching NEWS-7 Primetime on WEFC, I'm Connie Stevens.
SS=rail merger


It started last week... when C- S- X announced plans to acquire Conrail.
But now Norfolk Southern is upping the ante... in an attempt to knock C-S-X off the track.
Norfolk Southern is offering an all cash buy-out of Conrail stock at 100 dollars a share.
That's higher than the 92- 50 a share offer proposed by C- S- X.
Scott Prince has the story.
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SUPER=01-David Goode/Norfolk Southern CEO; :00
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SUPER=04-File Tape; :33
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IN Q=A Norfolk

((DAVID GOODE/NORFOLK SOUTHERN CEO: A NORFOLK SOUTHERN- CONRAIL COMBINATION IS ONE THAT WILL BE GOOD FOR ALL OF THE CONSTITUENTS INVOLVED. IT'S GOOD FOR CONRAIL SHAREHOLDERS. IT'S GOOD FOR NORFOLK SOUTHERN SHAREHOLDERS. IT'S GOOD FOR THE SHIPPING PUBLIC BECAUSE IT OFFERS BALANCED COMPETITIVE SERVICE THROUGHOUT THE EAST. ))
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OUT Q=the east


Norfolk Southern officials say the proposed deal between CSX and Conrail would monopolize rail service on the east coast.
Aside from the higher stock buy out price... the OVERALL deal proposed by N- S is worth about billion dollars more than the one announced last week with CSX.
The choice is now up to Conrail... but if history is any indication, it will take a while.
Most analysts expect a back and forth bidding war in the coming months. STAND UP 9:03:15
If Norfolk Southern does win and acquires Conrail, it could open up lots of opponents up north.
Specifically the New York market.
If it loses, the future is uncertain, many say that Norfolk Southern could become the victim of a hostile take over later on in the future.
Scott Prince, News- 7.))

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ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#net-c
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Manta, Ecuador; :


The death toll has risen to 30 in the crash of an American cargo plane in Ecuador.
Another 80 people were injured in the accident, after the Miami-bound jet burst into flames and crashed into a church steeple.
Most of the injuries involved people on the ground.
Witnesses say the plane wasn't able to gain altitude after takeoff.
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P-Gammon


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=tal
TAPE#net-k 96-82
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


He COULD have been sentenced to death, but a plea bargain gave 20 year old William Spencer Gammon a second chance.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Hillsville;


Gammon was scheduled to stand trial next month for shooting his father to death and wounding his stepmother.
Today Carroll County prosecutor Greg Goad reduced the capital murder charge to first degree murder, in exchange for Gammon's no contest pleas.
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SOT 18;09:21
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((GREG GOAD/CARROLL CO. PROSECUTOR: CONSIDERING HIS AGE AND THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE CASE, THERE'S QUESTIONABLE SUCCESS AT THE DEATH PENALTY. AND SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT IT IN THAT VEIN, THIS WAS AN AGREEMENT THAT'S ACCEPTABLE TO THE COMMONWEALTH AND ALSO TO REBECCA GAMMON'S FAMILY. ))
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OUT Q=rebecca gammon's family.
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VO-NAT


Gammon faces up to four life terms plus 18 years in prison.
His younger brother Chris Gammon already pled guilty and faces up to three life terms for his part in the crimes.
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P-Lilly


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=tal
TAPE#net-J 96-80
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


Mark Lilly today refused to testify against his brother Ben, who's on trial for capital murder in Montgomery County.
Instead, Mark invoked his fifth amendment right against self- incrimination.
The prosecutor then played Mark's taped statement to police, in which he named his brother as the triggerman in the shooting of Virginia Tech student Alexander Defillipis.
Testimony in Ben Lilly's trial continues tomorrow.
Mark Lilly is scheduled to stand trial for his part in the murder next month.
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P-Simpson


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#net-a
GRAPHIC=simpson


Some familiar faces have gathered in court again to relive the crime that has riveted the country for more than two years-- the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.
O.J. Simpson, acquitted of the murders, is back in the hotseat, this time being sued for wrongful death.
Byron Harlan reports on the opening arguments that got underway today.
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SUPER=01-Laurie Levenson/CBS Legal Analyst; :26
SUPER=01-Byron Harlan/Reporting; 1:15
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OUT Q=BH, CBS News, Los Angeles.

(( Some in the crowd called him names...others cheered when O.J. Simpson arrived for the start of his civil trail.
Many of the people who filed into the courtroom are familiar to anyone who followed the first criminal trial.
But the tone inside during the second trial will be different, particularly involving what lawyers for the families suing simpson will say about the burden of proof in a civil case. LAURIE LEVENSON, CBS NEWS LEGAL CONSULTANT: THEY HAVE TO REMIND THE JURY THAT IT S NOT PROOF BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT...THAT IT'S ONLY WHETHER IT S MORE LIKELY THAN NOT THAT O.J. S THE KILLER.
The no-nonsense Judge Hiroshi Fujisaki will not allow Simpson's lawyers to talk about Mark Furhman's no-contest plea to perjury.
Daniel Petrocelli began opening arguments, accusing Simpson of killing Ronald Goldman to eliminate a witness to the attack and murder of Nicole.
He called Ron Goldman a hero who did not back away from his killer and he will talk about the slow-speed bronco chase and Simpson's suicide note, saying the thoughts in the note are consistent with a man who has killed.
The thoughts of people who ve followed the Simpson case have not changed much since his acquittal.
A new CBS news poll shows that about three-fourths of white folks think Simpson is guilty and half of black folks say he is not. standup
The mostly white jury will not be sequestered for this trial, which is bound to be much shorter that the last one.
Byron Harlon, CBS News, Los Angeles.))

P-Mother-Nature


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#net-b
GRAPHIC=NONE


Mother Nature has dealt a strong blow to several regions of the country.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Malibu, CA; :


Let's start with Southern California, where the wildfires are dying a slow death-- as the Santa Anna winds have finally calmed.
Four firefighters remain hospitalized, after being burned.
So far, only about a hundred homes have been destroyed, and 37-thousand acres charred.
SUPER=03-Kansas City; :


Meantime in Kansas City, it's not fire but ICE they're contending with.
Record-breaking weather has thrown residents a seasonal curveball-- with six inches of snow in a 24-hour period.
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((IT'S NOT TOO BAD. YOU JUST PUT ON AN EXTRA PAIR OF SOCKS AND A FLANNEL SHIRT AND CRAWL INTO BED AND COVER UP. ))
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VO-NAT


And parts of the northeast are still cleaning up from the weekend rain.
The governor of Maine has declared a State of Emergency in three counties there.
Many residents still have to boil their water before drinking it-- because of several water main breaks.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE


Despite resident opposition, a regional jail gets the nod in the New River Valley.
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VO-NAT


And a tractor trailer smashes through a water pumping station in Montgomery County-- more on the story when NEWS-7 Primetime returns.
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P-Cunningham


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=shooting


A 42-year old Northwest Roanoke man was fatally shot in the head by his wife early this morning.
Garret Wayne Cunningham and Rhonda Banks Cunningham were arguing at their home on 10th Street.
She told police she went to get a gun once the argument began, because of "violence in the past."
At first she put the weapon to her own head out of frustration.
When she lowered it, her husband lunged for the gun, and it went off.
The bullet struck him in the head.
He died at the hospital.
The mother of five has not been charged, but the investigation is not over.

P-Tractor-Ax


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#96-81
GRAPHIC=Accident


A water shortage concerned Belmont Farm residents in Montgomery County today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.;


A tractor- trailer struck the Pepper's Ferry Road pumping station around eleven this morning.
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SOT 03:10
IN Q=At this time

((DAVID BOLEJACK/MONTGOMERY CO. DEP. SHERIFF: AT THIS TIME, IT LOOKS LIKE THE DRIVER WAS NOT INJURED. AND IT IS PRETTY AMAZING TO THINK ABOUT WHAT HE WENT THROUGH AND WHAT THE VEHICLE WENT THROUGH THAT NO ONE WAS INJURED. ))
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VO-NAT


The Blacksburg- Christiansburg- V-P-I water authority owns the booster station.
They're back pumping water into both towns, so most customers have normal service.
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P-Dublin-Jail


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE# 596-41
GRAPHIC=regional jail


The Dublin town council cleared the way for construction of a regional jail in the town's industrial park.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Dublin;


It re-zoned a section of the park, making it possible for the Regional Jail Authority to buy it, and start construction.
That move angered dozens of Pulaski County residents who live nearby, saying the jail site is too close to their homes and schools.
They promised to pressure Pulaski County Supervisors to pull out of the regional jail agreement.
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IN Q=I don't think that

06:16:29 ((I DON'T THINK THAT WE'RE CONNECTED TO THE POINT RIGHT NOW THAT WE HAVE TO PARTICIPATE IN IT, AND IF DUBLIN FEELS THIS WAY ABOUT IT, LET THEM HAVE IT. 06:13:15 BENNY KEISTER/MAYOR; AND I THINK WE OWED TO TO THE AUTHORITY TO GO AHEAD AND MAKE A DECISION YEA OR NAY AND I THINK THAT'S WHAT THE COUNCIL DID, THEY'VE MADE THEIR DECISION.))
SUPER=01-Bob O'Neal/Newbern Resident; :00
SUPER=01-Benny Keister/Mayor; :08
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


A jail authority spokesman told council that if they didn't re-zone the land, the entire jail project could be in jeopardy.
Residents who oppose the project say they may challenge the re-zoning in Circuit Court.

P-Church-Referendum


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=equ

TAPE596-29
GRAPHIC=virginia seal


48 other states allow churches to incorporate.
But that's one of five ballot questions Virginia voters will see on Election Day.
Ellen Qualls reports the referendum was requested by some churches who felt judges were arbitrary in their oversight of church business.
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But when the General Assembly approved it twice to get it on the ballot this fall, another argument was popular.
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((DEL. BOB MCDONNELL/R-VIRGINIA BEACH: CURRENTLY CHURCHES ARE DEEMED TO BE UNINCORPORATED ASSOCIATIONS. AND BY THAT, THERE EXISTS A POSSIBILITY THAT ALL THE MEMBERS OF THAT ORGANIZATION, I.E. ALL THE CHURCH-GOERS, PARISHIONERS COULD BE HELD LIABLE FOR THE NEGLIGENCE OF SOME OTHER MEMBER FOR SOME TORT THAT OCCURRED ON THE CHURCH PROPERTY. AND THAT'S NOT FAIR. INCORPORATION WOULD TAKE CARE OF THAT.))
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Former state Senator Hunter Andrews opposed it -- worrying that individuals could incorporate as a church to extort money under the guise of religious purposes.
sot 04:21:58

((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH: WELL THE STATE WILL ALWAYS HAVE TO BE VIGILANT IN MAKING SURE THAT PEOPLE ARE NOT ABUSING THE PROCESS. THAT'S TRUE WITH MOST OF THE LAWS WE HAVE ENACTED TODAY.))
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TACK STANDUP ON HERE
The number one concern church leaders themselves have is government interference into religion.
So the ballot question is written to allow churches to incorporate -- NOT force it.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Primetime. ))
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE


Health officials are looking into a few cases of Legionnaires' disease in the New River Valley-- we'll run-down the symptoms....
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VO-NAT


And they're reunited after an accident last month on Interstate 581-- Today two teenagers met the man who pulled them from their fiery car.
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P-City-Council


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#596-30
GRAPHIC=hall


Today's meeting of Roanoke City Council brought more recognition for Marine Staff Sergeant Frankie Lee Hall, and a reunion with the two teenagers he pulled from a burning car.
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VO-NAT


Roanoke Mayor David Bowers awarded Hall a key to the city for his heroism on September 24th.
SUPER=03-Roanoke/September 24;


That was the day a car collided with a tractor-trailer on Interstate 581 and caught fire.
The ceremony was also Hall's first opportunity since the accident to meet Nicole Hicks and Kevin Ballinger.
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((STAFF SGT. FRANKIE LEE HALL: BUT IT'S GOOD TO BE STANDING HERE LOOKING AT YOU GUYS IN TOP CONDITION, NOT HURT, SEEMINGLY ALMOST FLAWLESS AND THAT'S A BLESSING.)) ((KEVIN BALLINGER: IT'S BEEN TOUGH GETTING BACK ON TRACK INS SCHOOL TRYING TO MAKE UP EVERYTHING. I JUST RESPECT HIM FOR HIS COURAGE.)) ((NICOLE HICKS: I JUST THANK THAT HE WAS THERE, BECAUSE IF HE WASN'T I DON'T KNOW WHERE WE WOULD BE OR IF WE WOULD BE HERE.))
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SUPER=07-Kevin Ballinger; :09
SUPER=07-Nicole Hicks; :18
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ANCHOR=Connie
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City Council approved a resolution honoring Hall, and Chief Jim Grigsby presented a plaque declaring him a lifetime honorary member of the city's Fire and E- M- S department. Wx-Tape
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P-Legionnaires


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#pinn
GRAPHIC=legionnaires'


Health officials are investigating some cases of Legionnaires' Disease in the New River Valley.
It's an acute form of pneumonia-- and in some cases, it's fatal.
Legionnaires' Disease is usually triggered by environmental factors-- like contaminated air conditioning cooling towers or moist soil.
The illness is NOT spread person to person.
Three people in the New River Valley have been diagnosed with the disease-- all are now hospitalized, and there's no apparent connection between them.
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pinnacle
Symptoms of Legionnaires' Disease-- an influenza-like condition-- include high fever, chills, muscle aches, headache, dry cough and diarrhea.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


Also in the region, the public health department is investigating an increase in pneumonia cases-- and aren't sure if there's a link between the illnesses.


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ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#cool video
GRAPHIC=News-7 primetime


Our pick of the day for video comes from Vienna and a dramatic scene on the water there late last night.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=75-Vienna, Austria; :


A Slovak tugboat on the Danube River hit a bank, then a raging current sucked the tugboat through the floodgate of a power plant under construction.
Rescue workers tried to save the nine people onboard...but only one was rescued.
The other eight are missing, and presumed drowned.
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SP-Walker


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-16
GRAPHIC=PRIMETIME BIG SCREEN


Tonight on Primetime sports, we'll hear from the first new signees in the brand new Women's NBA.
Steve Mason has an eye opening profile of Warrick Dunn and Tiki Barber.
Plus, I'll update you on the Braves-Yankees game four.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Salem/August 7; :00


But first remember Larry Walker, the Colorado Rockies all-star who rehabed in Salem this summer after breaking his collarbone.
Well, now he's separated his right shoulder.
Today he had successful surgery to repair it.
But guess how he did it??
Fishing with his family in Canada.
Catch the rest of the sports right after this break.
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SP-Braves


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=BRAVES/YANKS


After taking it on the chin from the Yankees last night, the Braves have come back strong tonight.
Fred McGriff hit a towering homer to centerfield to start the night and the right now the Braves LEAD the Yankees 6 to 2 in the top of the 6th.

SP-UVA


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VF96-1
GRAPHIC=UVa Football


The Virginia Cavaliers head into Tallahassee a marked team after pulling off last year's upset of the Seminoles.
But if you can get beyond all the revenge and payback talk,
SS=acc


Steve Mason says you'll find a couple of teams that have a lot of respect for each other, especially when it comes to their backs Tiki Barber and Warrick Dunn.
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SUPER=01-George Welsh/UVa Head Coach; :14(QUICK)
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SUPER=01-Tiki Barber/126 Yards Rushing Average per Game; :58
SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Wolfpack vs. Cavaliers; 1:07
SUPER=@Steve1; 1:15
SUPER=01-Todd White/UVa Defensive Tackle; 1:28
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((NAT SOUND/WARRICK CATCHING BALL)) ((BOBBY BOWDEN/FLORIDA STATE HEAD COACH:)) ((NAT SOUND/TIKI CATCHING BALL:)) ((WELSH ON TIKI:)) ((NAT SOUND OF TIKI RUNNING:)) ((TIKI BARBER:))
((In the midst of the media pitting one against the other for the ACC rushing crown; they have remained friends. A prime example is Warrick's response to Tiki's growing Heisman trophy publicity. ((WARRICK DUNN:))
Consider Dunn is also pursuing that same trophy. Tiki has the same respect for his ACC rival. ((TIKI BARBER:))
Barber is ranked first in the ACC in Rushing, Warrick is ranked number 2. In the category of total offensive ACC leaders, Barber is 9th and Dunn is 11th. ((STEVE MASON:)) ((TODD WHITE/UVA DEFENSIVE TACKLE:)) The tandem also has one other thing in common; they are both budding role models, in Charlottesville, Steve Mason, News 7 sports"))
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SP-WNBA


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-23
GRAPHIC=NBA


The NBA regular season opens on November 1st, but today the attention was focused on the league's new branch, the Women's NBA.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-New York; :00


Rebecca Lobo and Sheryl Swoopes became the first players to sign with the new WNBA.
The former college players of the year, will anchor this league that plans to begin play in June of 1997.
The Eight teams that make up the the league will be announced as early as next week. So, right now neither player knows where she'll be playing.
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((SHERYL SWOOPES/FORMER TEXAS TECH ALL-AMERICAN:)) ((REBECCA LOBO/FORMER U-CONN ALL-AMERICAN:))
SUPER=01-Sheryl Swoopes/Former Texas Tech All-American; :00
SUPER=01-Rebecca Lobo/Former U-Conn All-American; :10
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OUT Q=...THIS THE GAME."
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SP-Hoops


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=NONE
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PINNACLE FULL SCREEN
And don't forget that coming up on News 7 at 11 tonight Steve Mason will drop by with this week's edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
It's our midweek wrapup of girl's high school basketball throughout the region.
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preview-boards


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#bds
GRAPHIC=none


Here's what we are working on in the newsroom for NEWS-7 at 11.
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SUPER=x5024;


The ownership of the Dumas Hotel was up for debate this afternoon at Roanoke City Council.
SUPER=76-Dumas Hotel;


Our political profiles continue--tonight
SUPER=77-On The Trail;
SUPER=78-Patrick Muldoon

Denise Allen catches up with Republican Patrick Muldoon, who's challenging Rick Boucher for the Ninth District Congressional seat.
SUPER=x5025
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE

Thanks for watching NEWS-7 Primetime, see you tomorrow. Goodnight. Jean Jadhon will have all this in 30-minutes on NEWS-7 at 11 on WDBJ-7.