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Health officials track down the source of a Legionnaires outbreak in the New River Valley.
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And a big change for the lineup for liver transplants.

lowes


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
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The Legionnaires disease outbreak appears to be over in the New River Valley.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


After 16 cases, including one death, investigators believe they have pinpointed the source of the disease, a hot at a Lowes store in Christiansburg.
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((DR. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DIST. DIR.: OF THE 15 CASES INCLUDED IN THE COMPARATIVE STUDY, 14 OR 93 PERCENT HAD BEEN TO THE LOWES STORE PRIOR TO DEVELOPING ILLNESS. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. Jody Hershey/New River Valley Health District;
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Of those 14 patients, 10 recalled at least walking by the hot tub in question.
D-N-A from bacteria in the tub's filter matched cultures taken from a Legionnaires patient.
The tub was dismantled in the second week of October...and Lowes is permanently draining tubs at all of its stores.
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((DAVID OLIVER/LOWES COMMUNITY RELATIONS DIR.: IN LIGHT OF WHAT THE C.D.C. AND THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT ARE RECOMMENDING AT THIS POINT BASED ON THE MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS, WE BELIEVE THAT IT'S OUR BEST INTERESTS, AND THE BEST PRECAUTION IS TO GET RID OF WATER OUR OF THE SPA SYSTEMS IN OUR STORES. ))
SUPER=01-David Oliver/Lowe's Community Relations Director;
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OUT Q=in our stores.
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Health officials say the incubation period for Legionnaires is two to 10 days, so anyone who may have been exposed, but did not get sick, should be safe.
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Organ-Donors


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#96-81
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More than 45- thousand people across the country are waiting for transplants.
And many will die before they can receive a new organ.
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Legislators are considering changes in state law that would encourage more people to donate their organs.
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Yesterday members of a General Assembly committee brought their search for solutions to a hearing at Virginia Western Community College.
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((THE MAIN RECOMMENDATIONS WE'LL BE LOOKING AT AND THAT'S THE PROCEDURE WE'LL BE ABLE TO DO IS HOW TO HAVE THE HOSPITALS HAVE THE BEST PROCEDURE POSSIBLE TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEM. TALK TO THE POTENTIAL DONORS AND DONORS' FAMILIES. THAT'S THE BIGGEST PROBLEM THAT WE HAVE AND ALSO GET AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE TO SIGN AS DONORS.))
SUPER=01-Del. Mitch Van Yahres/(D) Charlottesville;
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One proposal would require hospitals to call in specially trained counselors, whenever they identify a potential organ donor.

LIVER


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


Meantime, people suffering from chronic liver failure brought on by drug abuse or alcoholism will no longer be first in line for transplants.
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SUPER=03-Houston, TX;


A controversial new rule by the transplant agency that sets nationwide policy hopes to give top priority to patients with the best chance of survival.
That means pushing to the bottom of the liver transplant waiting list patients who have been alcoholics and drug addicts.
There's been recent debate whether patients who ruined their livers should deserve organ transplants.
Critics say more liver patients may die because of the changes.
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License-Plates


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE#96-88
GRAPHIC=NONE


Virginia is trying to set the style in license plates.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Several months back D-M-V asked middle and high school students throughout the Commonwealth to design a new plate that represents Virginia's beauty.
Last night, six finalists from our area were announced.
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(( AIMEE BROWN/LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL: I JUST WANT TO GO OUTSIDE AND JUMP UP AND DOWN. I'M REAL HAPPY.
MICHAEL LITTLETON/ALLEGHANY HIGH SCHOOL: I DREW THE STATE PRESIDENTS FROM VIRGINIA AND MY DAD SORTA GAVE ME THE IDEA. I WORKED ON THAT AND CAME UP WITH A GOOD IDEA. ))
SUPER=01-Aimee Brown/Liberty High School; :00 QUICK!!!
SUPER=01-Michael Littleton/Alleghany High School; :06
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The six finalists received a 500- dollar U-S Savings Bond.
These winners, along with the ones from five other districts, will go on for the Grand Prize.
That winner will be announced in December.
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((BETH WILLIAMS/MARTINSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL: OH GOD. IT'S LIKE I'M SO HONORED. I NEVER EXPECTED TO BE A SEMIFINALIST. I'M JUST SO EXCITED AND HAPPY AND JUST REALLY PROUD.))
SUPER=01-Beth Williams/Martinsville High School;
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There were more than 35- hundred entries from students all over the state.
Once the new plate is selected it will ready for sale by May of next year.
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Outbreak


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lba
TAPE#net (edit of 96-93)
GRAPHIC=legionnaires


The outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in the New River Valley has been traced to a hot tub at the Christiansburg Lowe's store.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


All but one of the people who came down with the illness and survived had been in the same building supply store where a hot tub was on display.
Lab tests found the Legionella bacteria in the tub's filter.
The tub was drained and dismantled last month.
Health officials said the outbreak that began in late September killed one man and made 15 other people sick.
Two remain hospitalized in stable condition.
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Rail-Merger


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#596-46
GRAPHIC=rail merger


Instead of flashing the cash the bidding war for Conrail has become a war of words.
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In a release yesterday, Norfolk Southern accuses the merger agreement between C-S-X and Conrail of being anti- competitive.
N-S claims if the deal goes through, 64 cities served by two railroads would only have one.
N-S adds if IT were to merge with Conrail, competitive rail service would be preserved.
C-S-X could not be reached for comment.
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Train-Station


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-85
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Another set of rails is on the minds of Amherst residents.
As Steve Smallshaw reports, they're raising money to restore their historic train station.
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SUPER=01-Gary Taylor/Amherst Chamber of Commerce; :17 (quick!)
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(( It saw its last train sometime in the 1960's, but many Amherst residents have fond memories of their old depot.
This was the place where supplies came into town and families were reunited.

Some feel this old building still has something to offer the community.
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((GARY TAYLOR/AMHERST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: WE LOOK AT IT AS SORT OF AS A LINK TO OUR PAST AND AN AVENUE TO THE FUTURE...))
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Gary Taylor is spearheading the Chamber of Commerce effort to save the Amherst train station.
He's hoping a federal grant will pick up most of the half million dollar price tag for renovations.
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((If the federal grant money comes through what preservationists want to do is take the train station out of its current location here on Depot Street.. and move it a few hundred yards up the hill to this spot at the intersection of Routes 29 and 60, where it will be more accessible to tourists and local residents.))
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((THIS WILL PROBABLY BE BROKEN DOWN INTO SEPARATE OFFICES AND A CONFERENCE ROOM...))
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Once it's renovated, Taylor envisions a community center, offices and a museum where tourists can learn the history of Amherst County.
Altavista has seen how a refurbished station can boost a town's image... Amherst hopes to duplicate that success.
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((TAYLOR: WE SEE IT AS A COUPLE OF BENEFITS, NUMBER ONE INCREASED TOURISM AND INCREASED TOURISM CORRELATES TO INCREASE REVENUES HERE IN THE COUNTY.))
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If the grant is approved, renovations could begin within a year.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Amherst.))

Altavista-Mail


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#NONE
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A mail man in Altavista has been officially charged with stealing money out of the mail he was supposed to deliver.
Mark C. Osborne of Gretna is accused of delaying or making off with more than 10-thousand pieces of mail over the past two years.
A federal grand jury says the 39- year- old mail carrier took 11-dollars from one woman's mail in Altavista, plus five dollars- -each- -from two women in Hartwood ...all on the same day: September 24th. 2-HEADLINES
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ANCHOR=Melanie


Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Health officials in the New River Valley believe they've found the cause of the Legionnaires outbreak.
A hot tub in a Christiansburg store.
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The U-N Security Council meets today to decide whether to authorize a four-month multi-national mission to help refugees in Zaire.
The U-S is ready to commit four-thousand troops to the mission.
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And President Clinton is expected to announce today an extension of the U-S commitment to a NATO peacekeeping force in Bosnia.
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And that's what's making news on this Friday, the 15th of November.

P-Legionnaires'


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=cst
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The Legionnaires outbreak sickened 16 people, one of whom died-- from the acute form of pneumonia spread by the legionnella bacteria.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


The Health Department, along with the Centers for Disease Control, identified a hot-tub on display at the Lowe's in Christiansburg as the likely source of the outbreak.
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((DAVID OLIVER/LOWES COMMUNITY RELATIONS DIRECTOR: WE HAVE IN FACT WORKED VERY CLOSELY IN COOPERATION WITH THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT. WE'RE GLAD TO SAY THAT WE DO HAVE A CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH. ))
SUPER=01-David Oliver/Lowe's Community Relations Director;
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The hot tub in question was dismantled by October ninth, before it was considered a possible source.
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Health officials say the threat is over-- as a precaution, Lowe's also drained another tub, and will no longer use water in tubs at any of its stores.
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((DR. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DIST. DIR.: SINCE THE INCUBATION PERIOD IS TWO TO 10 DAYS, ANYONE WHO VISITED THE STORE WHILE THE HOT TUB WAS IN USE AND WHO DID NOT DEVELOP FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS OR PNEUMONIA BY NOW SHOULD BE REASSURED THAT HE OR SHE DID NOT CONTRACT THE DISEASE. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. Jody Hershey/New River Valley Health District;
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P-Tubs


ANCHOR=Melanie
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GRAPHIC=LEgionnaires


Meantime, a local spa dealer says hot tub owners have nothing to worry about
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;

if they regularly maintain their spas.
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((BILL MAAS/WATERWORKS OF ROANOKE: REGULAR ROUTINE SHOULD BE CHECKING YOUR SPA TWICE A WEEK FOR PH, CHLORINE, OR BROMINE, SHOCKING YOUR SPA ONCE EVERY SEVEN TO 10 WORKING DAYS ))
SUPER=01-Bill Maas/WaterWorks of Roanoke;
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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Two people are still hospitalized as a result of the outbreak, the first in Virginia.
Dr. Jody Hershey says he would not be surprised if the C-D-C and spa manufacturers develop guidelines for display and home hot-tub use.

Zaire


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
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Plans for an multi-national force in central Africa are moving full speed ahead this morning.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Goma, Zaire;

4:00:00
Final U-N approval for the plan to aid starving refugees in war-torn Zaire could come today.
Meanwhile, some fifty American airforce troops have left for Europe.. where they will prepare for the relief mission.
More than one million refugees are trapped by factional fighting and are near starvation.
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Bosnia


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WRITER=mel
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The White House is expected to announce this morning that U-S troops could stay in Bosnia well into 19-98.
The peace-keeping mission was originally set to end next month.
Yesterday American soldiers seized thousands of weapons from Muslim government forces.
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Ford-Shooting


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=shooting


The number-two official at a Ford plant outside Detroit is dead and a suspect is in custody following a shooting yesterday..
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Wixom, MI;


Two other people were injured -- one of them a sheriff's deputy.
A Ford spokesperson said the shooting started in the cafeteria at about noon, then moved to different areas around the plant.
The gunman was arrested after hiding in a drain tunnel for several hours.
Officials report he is not a Ford employee, but apparently went to the plant to see a girlfriend who worked there.
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Shell-Building


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-82
GRAPHIC=New Jobs


There's cause for celebration on the Southside.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


An Ohio Company has agreed to locate in Danville.
Diebold (DEE-bold) Incorporated is planning to move into a shell building at the Airside Industrial Park.
The Danville plant will manufacture parts used to make automated teller machines or A-T-M's.
The company is expected to eventually employ 300- people.
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((LINWOOD WRIGHT/DANVILLE MAYOR:I THINK WITHOUT QUESTION THIS IS GREAT NEWS AND THIS IS HOW I BELIEVE WE KEEP YOUNG PEOPLE IN DANVILLE, IF WE PROVIDE JOBS WHEN THEY ARE THROUGH SCHOOL AND READY TO GO TO WORK, IF WE CAN PROVIDE THAT EMPLOYMENT FOR THESE WE WILL MAKE DANVILLE YOUNG AND MORE PROSPEROUS AND THAT'S MY CONSTANT THEME. ))
SUPER=01-Linwood Wright/Danville Mayor;
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Diebold (DEE-bold) hopes to begin operating in the spring.
The state has pledged 300- thousand dollars to help the company with site development.

jackson


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
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Pop super-star Michael Jackson has married for the second time.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


Jackson tied the knot yesterday with Debbie Rowe-- the thirty seven year-old nurse who is carrying their child.
The wedding was in Sydney, Australia.
Jackson's first wife, Lisa Marie Presley, filed for divorce last January.
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Legionnaires


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-93
GRAPHIC=Legionnaires


Health officials say there is no longer anything to fear from the Legionnaires Disease outbreak in the New River Valley.
After 16 cases, including one death, investigators have zeroed in on a hot tub at the Christiansburg Lowe's store as the most likely source of the problem.
Tracy Altizer reports.
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SUPER=01-Dr. Jody Hershey/New River Valley Health District; :00
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((DR. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DIST. DIR.: OF THE 15 CASES INCLUDED IN THE COMPARATIVE STUDY, 14 OR 93 PERCENT HAD BEEN TO THE LOWES STORE PRIOR TO DEVELOPING ILLNESS. ))
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Of those 14 patients, 10 recalled at least walking by the hot tub in question.
Health officials investigated numerous possible sources, but narrowed it down even more when DNA from bacteria in the tub's filter matched cultures taken from a Legionnaires patient.
The tub was dismantled in the second week of October...and Lowes is permanently draining tubs at all of its more than 300 stores.
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((DAVID OLIVER/LOWES COMMUNITY RELATIONS DIR.: IN LIGHT OF WHAT THE C.D.C. AND THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT ARE RECOMMENDING AT THIS POINT BASED ON THE MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS, WE BELIEVE THAT IT'S OUR BEST INTERESTS, AND THE BEST PRECAUTION IS TO GET RID OF WATER OUR OF THE SPA SYSTEMS IN OUR STORES. ))
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Hershey says he expects the Centers for Disease Control to take further steps to help prevent hot tubs from causing similar outbreaks in the future.
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((I THINK IT'S GONNA BE PRUDENT AT THIS POINT IN TIME FOR CDC AND MANUFACTURERS OF TUBS AND SPAS AND WHIRLPOOLS TO LOOK AT DEVELOPING GUIDELINES FOR DISPLAY WHIRLPOOLS AND SPAS AND TUBS, AS WELL AS FOR HOME HOT TUB USE. ))
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Hershey stresses there's no risk from this Lowes store now. He adds that since the incubation period for Legionnaires is two to 10 days, anyone who may have been exposed but did not get sick may rest assured they did not contract the disease. Tracy Altizer, News 7 Christiansburg.))

Hot-Tubs


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE#96-86
GRAPHIC=Legionnaires Disease


The disease can be avoided if spa owners keep proper sanitation levels for their hot tubs.
That according to a local hot tub dealer.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


A spa should be properly sanitized with chlorine or bromine (bro-mean).
These chemicals kill bacteria and keep the water clean.
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((BILL MAAS/WATERWORKS OF ROANOKE: REGULAR ROUTINE SHOULD BE CHECKING YOUR SPA TWICE A WEEK FOR PH, CHLORINE, OR BROMINE, SHOCKING YOUR SPA ONCE EVERY SEVEN TO 10 WORKING DAYS.))
SUPER=01-Bill Maas/WaterWorks of Roanoke;
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For people that have spa bathtubs, Maas suggests periodic shocking, also know as super-chlorinating.
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((BILL MAAS/WATERWORKS OF ROANOKE: JUST BECAUSE THE TUB IS EMPTY DOESN'T MEAN THAT BACTERIA ISN'T GROWING IN THE PIPELINES. IT SHOULD BE SHOCKED ONCE A MONTH TO AVOID WHAT MAY HAPPEN IN THE FUTURE.))
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Most pool or spa stores sell kits which can be used to test for these chemicals.
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Bank-robberies


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Bank Robbery


Two men were indicted yesterday in separate bank robberies.
Thirty-eight- year- old Willey Richard Broaddus, the Fourth, is accused of a hold-up at the Signet Bank branch on East Stuart Drive in Galax a couple of months ago.
And 22- year- old Benjamin Franklin Hosch is charged in last month's armed robbery at the Bank of Carroll in Cana.
Hosch is the second man charged in that case. Larry Tyrone Gates was stopped in North Carolina October eighth, the day of the robbery, with 14-thousand dollars cash in his car.

Credit-fraud


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


A couple of Canadians have been charged with running up some big bills on phony credit cards at local Department stores.
Yesterday's indictments say 26- year- old Ryan Christopher Lee and 23- year- old Quoui (Kwhy) Long Lam tried to buy 25-hundred dollars worth of cosmetics in the Leggett Store at Valley View Mall October 10th.
The same day they allegedly charged 900 dollars worth of merchandise at Leggett in Lynchburg... another 2-thousand at Hecht's.
Lynchburg police caught the pair carrying five counterfeit cards. Because they'd already been suspected of charging 16-THOUSAND dollars worth of merchandise at Leggett in Virginia Beach in ONE day, authorities made a federal case out of it.

Obremski


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=spr
TAPE#596-32
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Add another 16 years of prison time for Michael Obremski... the man who made threatening phone calls to young girls in the Roanoke Valley.
Yesterday,
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Obremski was sentenced in Botetourt County Circuit Court... where he received 16 years behind bars.
That's in addition to the 15- and- a half- years he received in Roanoke County.
Just last month, Obremski pleaded guilty to similar charges in Roanoke City... and admitted to being the Raleigh Court stalker.
He faces 45 more years in prison for those charges.
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Bad-Title


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Virginia Tech's Collegiate Times has admitted printing an unflattering title beneath the name of school official Sharon Yeagle last spring.
A Montgomery County judge heard arguments on a motion to dismiss a lawsuit
The newspaper said the title was a mistake and any reader could see that. Yeagle contends it damaged her reputation and career.
Circuit Judge Ray Grubbs will decide whether to set a trial date or dismiss the case.

4-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=lba
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Rony Seikaly (RAH'-nee SY'-kah-lee) led a bench barrage with 13 points and 11 rebounds to lift Orlando over Charlotte 96-to-89.
For all of last night's scores let's check the boards.
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