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HEADLINES

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The race for the White House enters its final stretch, with the candidates running to the finish line via several states.
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And a fire claims the life of a Lynchburg man.

CAMPAIGN


ANCHOR=Melanie
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On election eve Bob Dole continues his non-stop campaigning with rallies in six states, starting in Arizona.
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Dole managed to grab six hours of sleep after a long day in California.
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President Clinton plans to rally today in the midwest before arriving in Arkansas tomorrow morning.
Meantime, The Associated Press reports that if Mr. Clinton wins a second term several members of his staff will NOT be around for four more years. 4l47:40
Among those mentioned is White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta. 4:47:40
Ross Perot may be down in the polls, but he's not out. He plans to blitz the airwaves with four 30-minute infomercials today.
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Senate-Poll


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lba
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In the Virginia's Senate race, another poll shows Republican John Warner still with a double-digit lead on the eve of the election.
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The Richmond Times- Dispatch, 12 News poll showed the incumbent with 44 percent to 33 percent for Democratic challenger Mark Warner.
The poll was taken before the weekend flap over a racial remark made by a John Warner campaign aide. The senator fired the aide.
Mark Warner said the poll shows that voters are still looking for an alternative.
John Warner said he was relieved at still having a significant lead after the millions of dollars his opponent has spent on T-V ads.
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7-Board


ANCHOR=Melanie
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We'd like to remind our viewers that tomorrow night take graphic 29025 in addition to News 7's coverage election results will be available on the W-D-B-J homepage--the address is W-W-W dot W-D-B-J 7 dot com.
Results will be updated throughout the night.

Jackson-Middle


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NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
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Jackson Middle School was the subject of some controversy last year because of renovations.
In September the school opened its doors to students and yesterday it invited the neighborhood.
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A portion of the school received a facelift but new construction replaced a section that was built in the 19-20's.
Officials say the construction brings the 70- year- old school up to modern day standards.
Fran Martin is new to the school, but she says she likes what she sees.
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Martin says most of the visitors have been happy with the changes in the old school.
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Waste-Policy


ANCHOR=Melanie
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A new tenant AND a new building are putting smiles on the faces of the managers of Virginia Tech's Corporate Research Center.
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The Waste Policy Institute held an open house Friday at its new headquarters and Blacksburg operations office.
W-P-I is a non- profit corporation which works to bring government, industry and the public together to facility decision-making on environmental policy.
It specializes in risk assessment and management, pollution prevention, regulatory compliance and communication.
Tech's Corporate Research Center leases space to more than 50 technology organizations which employ over one thousand people.
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Fire


ANCHOR=Melanie
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A man is dead after fire ripped through his Lynchburg home yesterday.
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Neighbors reported smoke coming from the house.
Firefighters forced their way into the home to find the elderly victim lying between the kitchen and the living room.
They tried unsuccessfully to revive him.
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St. Clair says the man normally visits his wife in a nursing home every Sunday, but did not show up yesterday.
Authorities have NOT released his identity, but he was believed to be about 80- years- old.
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Halifax-Bust


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
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A teacher from Halifax County elementary school was released on bond after being arrested Sunday on drug and various other charges.
37- year- old Henry Richardson Junior was charged with drunk driving, possession of marijuana, and possession of a concealed handgun.
Richardson teaches at Clover Elementary.
He was arrested in front of Halifax County Middle School.
This is the second time this year a Halifax County teacher has been arrested on drug charges.
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In June, 37- year- old Dorothy Ferrell was arrested for possession of crack cocaine.
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Payne


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Attorneys for death row inmate Joseph Payne are to meet today with members of Governor George Allen's staff.
Payne's supporters are seeking clemency for the inmate scheduled to die Thursday at the Greensville Correctional Center.
He was convicted of the murder of another inmate in 19-85. The victim's mother and four member of the jury that convicted Payne have called for clemency.
The conviction was based chiefly on the testimony of another inmate whose sentence was reduced for his testimony.

Common-Sense


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During the past month the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a new high: the 6000 mark.
But it does raise the question, how much higher will the stock market go before it takes a tumble?
The current "bull market" is on a five year run.
Len Besthoff has some advice for investors in the latest installment of Common Sense.
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2-Headlines
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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As the race for the White House enters its final stretch the candidates keep on running.
Bob Dole plans to campaign in six states today, while President Clinton plans several stops in the midwest.
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British Telecommunications is merging with M-C-I Communications in a multi BILLION dollar deal.
It is the biggest foreign purchase EVER of a U-S company.
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And we'll look at a way to turn faded old pictures into unique keepsakes.
One woman is teaching people how to make memories last longer.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday, November 4th.
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96-ELECTION


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With a voice hoarse from nearly non-stop campaigning, Bob Dole has rallies planned in six states today, starting in Arizona.
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The Republican challenger managed to grab six hours of sleep after a long day in California.
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President Clinton plans to rally today in the midwest before arriving in Arkansas tomorrow morning.
Meantime, The Associated Press reports that if Mr. Clinton wins a second term several members of his staff will NOT be around for four more years. 4l47:40
Among those mentioned is White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta. 4:47:40
Ross Perot may be down in the polls, but he's not out, he plans to blitz the airwaves with four 30-minute infomercials today.
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Nat'l-Poll


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The final Pre-election poll in Virginia shows Dole and President Clinton running neck and neck.
Mr. Clinton has 38 percent to Dole's 37 percent.
Ross Perot got five percent.
Former state Democratic chairman Paul Goldman said the flap over foreign campaign contributions has hurt Democrats and energized Republicans. The Richmond Times Dispatch- 12 News poll has a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points.


Election-Board


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We'd like to remind our viewers that tomorrow night take graphic 29025 in addition to News 7's coverage, election results will be available on the W-D-B-J homepage--the address is W-W-W dot W-D-B-J 7 dot com.
Results will be updated throughout the night.

PLANE


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WRITER=MEL
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It was a dangerously short trip for American Airlines Flight 15-64.
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One of the engines failed during its takeoff roll-- littering debris across the runway.
More than one hundred passengers braved an emergency shutdown just seconds before the jet would have taken off.
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American Airlines plans to release a statement this morning, detailing what they know about the engine failure.
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BR-TELECOM


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The chairman of A-T-AND-T is raising questions this morning about the merger of British Telecommunications and M-C-I.
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Robert Allen says the deal could have a negative impact on competition.
Yesterday, British Telecom officially announced that it will acquire M-C-I for more than 20- billion dollars.
The combined corporation will be the world's second largest telecommunications group, with 43 million customers in seventy countries.
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G-M


ANCHOR=Melanie
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Indianapolis G-M workers report to work today after voting yesterday to ratify a new contract.
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The settlement includes a plan to hire two- hundred new workers over the next three months.
Those new employees would be assigned to relieve what union officials call "stressful jobs."
Local union leaders say the agreement also took care of health and safety concerns.
The strike at the Indianapolis plant caused a parts shortage and idled four assembly plants.
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G-M says it's not sure how soon those plants will reopen.

Sinatra


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Frank Sinatra will remain hospitalized for a few more days.
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He checked into a Los Angeles hospital Friday because of a pinched nerve in his neck.
A hospital spokesman is disputing reports that the 80- year- old singer is being treated for potentially serious problems.
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Feedback


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmc
TAPE# 96-79
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High speed pursuit by the police was the main topic in our viewer mail this week.
This time, the writers were defending the need for the authorities to go after suspects.
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Here's assignment editor Joe McKean with News-7's Feedback.
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(( Scott Allman knows what can result from a police chase.
He's been sentenced to 16 years in prison for fleeing from police last spring and causing an accident that killed three people.
"Even though I ran from them, I just want everyone to know that nothing is worth running from police because it will get people in more trouble than they were in. I'm so sorry and I want to help young kids not to go through what I did."
Another viewer wrote:
"If no one runs there is no chase. If the suspect, when approached by police, remains calm and is cooperative he will not, even if arrested, be dead at the end of a chase. We hire police to catch criminals. Sometimes they have to chase them but it is the suspect who initiates the chase. On the other hand if a person is influenced by drugs or alcohol he may not act rationally and it is in those situations that officers can use judgement to decide if a chase is warranted."
A Radford viewer says:
"I think that many people would agree that if police did not give chase, but simply relied upon road blocks or trying to identify the person involved by license tags...MANY more criminals would get away to repeat their crimes. The result of this would be more violence against innocent people. There are, of course, situations in which the police must break off their pursuit, and in this case they did the right thing."
News-7 welcomes your comments on topics in the news and our coverage of them.
Letters should be addressed to News-7 Feedback, P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, Virginia, 24022-0007.
If you'd like to send us a fax, the number is 343-7269.
And for E-mail, our address is news@wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.))

L'burg-Fire


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=ssm
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A House fire took the life of a Lynchburg man Sunday.
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Neighbors reported smoke coming from the doors and windows of 11-19 Toledo Avenue yesterday afternoon.
Firefighters forced their way into the home, and found the elderly victim lying between the kitchen and the living room.
Efforts to revive him were unsuccessful.
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St. Clair says the man normally visits his wife in a nursing home every Sunday, but did not show up yesterday.
Authorities have NOT released his identity, but he was believed to be about 80- years- old.
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Gilmore


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Attorney General Jim Gilmore says students who are victimized by school violence should have the right to transfer to another school.
Gilmore told the Virginia N-double-A-C-P that students should not be forced to return to a school where they have suffered beatings or other violence.
Instead, he told the civil rights group that student-victims should have a chance to heal by being sent to another public school near their home.

VA-Gunner


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WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-78
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This past weekend the Roanoke Airport showcased two vintage war planes.
The planes are a part of American history and so are the people who fought in the war.
As Denise Allen reports the sight of the B-24 Bomber took one Vinton family back to the days of the war that took the life of a brother.
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Dallas Don Moody entered the service in mid-January of 1944. His family called him Don, but the government knew him as Dallas.
He served on a plane similar to this B-24 Liberator.
During his nine months in the service he wrote 250 letters to his family in Vinton and his mother saved every one.
The letters often contained code words--for instance he always signed his letters "Don", except when he went on a mission, then it was "Dallas."
After his death his letters were turned into a book called "An Aerial Gunner From Virginia."
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The letters also told of his travels.
Elma says before entering the service North Carolina was as far as he'd journeyed.
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These letters chronicled his service from basic training up to his third mission--a mission from which he would not return.
Elma says he left the Roanoke Valley a boy and the letters revealed his evolving maturity.
Don Moody died a shortly before his 19th birthday.
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Elma regrets her children never got to know their uncle, but the book of his letters is one way they can share her memories.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Special-Olympics


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The Star City hosted the Virginia Special Olympics Fall Tournament yesterday.
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The competition included the soccer you see here, plus volleyball, skating and bowling.
This year Special Olympics International introduced the unified team concept.
Unified teams are made up of half Special Olympic athletes and the other team members are not mentally handicapped.
Officials say this provides more interaction between volunteers and participants.
They say the Special Olympics program helps the athletes grow to their full potential.
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More than five hundred athletes and 150 volunteers from all over Virginia participated in this weekend's event.
This was the largest Fall Tournament in Roanoke.
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Photos


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=spr
TAPE# 96-87
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If your family is like most, there are probably a few photo albums lying around the house, collecting dust.
But one woman is showing local residents how to turn those albums into fun keepsakes.
Scott Prince reports.
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(( Dingy and discolored.
As most of us have experienced, this is what happens to photographs over time.
But it doesn't have to be that way.
Laura Brawley is a Creative Memories Specialist.
She travels throughout Southern and Central Virginia... teaching ways to turn ordinary pictures into extraordinary keepsakes.
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The process begins with the snap- shots themselves.
Karen Harold wanted something different... so she decided to cut her photos into various shapes.
But scissors won't cut it for Emily Honts.
She's the president of the Botetourt County Historical Society.
Her pictures are very old... so she selected a simple matting procedure.
From there, the photos are placed on acid- free posterboard... which will help keep the snap- shots colorful.
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For the final step Laura Brawley suggests writing captions... or a short story for the photographs.
A picture may be worth a thousand words... but in these cases, just a few will do.
Workshop participants believe a little effort goes a long way... and that they'll come away with picture- perfect photo albums.
Scott Prince, News- 7, Botetourt County.))

4-Scores


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Jerry Rice has become the first player to grab one-thousand passes in an N-F-L career.
Rice made the milestone catch in the fourth quarter of San Francisco's 24-to-17 victory at New Orleans.
For all of last night's football scores, let's check the boards.
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