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News-head

ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
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Coming up next on News 7 at 11...
A Radford man faces murder charges after a woman was shot and killed this morning.
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Some vendors at a Roanoke gift show are threatening to sue the promoter over what they call broken promises.
And visitors to Venice got a close look at the famous canals than they planned.
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News 7 at 11 is next.

NewsBreak


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#
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Good evening, a Radford man was charged with first degree murder today.
26 year old Chad Joseph Larue is accused of killing 21 year old Melissa Ann Dyal.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Controversy flared at at Roanoke Holiday Gift show today, when vendors accused the promotor of breaking promises.
SUPER=03-Comoros Islands; :00


And workers spend the day recovering bodies from a hijacked Ethiopian jetliner that crashed.
At least one American survived... so did two of the hijackers.
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=None


Those stories and the latest weather and sports, tonight on News 7 at 11.

Holiday-Show


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-90
GRAPHIC=None


Broken promises and low attendance have sparked controversy at the Holiday Gift Show at the Roanoke Civic Center.
Many of the vendors at the annual event say promoters misrepresented the show.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Some vendors say a brochure given to them by the event promoter promises 10-thousand visitors to the show.
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SOT 17:53:26
IN Q=I FEEL LIKE

((KIM PEYTON/BEAUTICONTROL COSMETICS: I FEEL LIKE WE WERE MISLED. THEY TOLD US THERE THERE WOULD BE 100 VENDORS, THERE'S 69 AND AS FOR THE FOOT TRAFFIC, WE WERE TOLD THERE WOULD BE SEVEN TO 10 THOUSAND TO COME THROUGH AND WE'LL GIVE THEM A GOOD DAY AS PROBABLY A COUPLE THOUSAND. BUT THAT WAS THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND.)) ((DID YOU MAKE ANY MONEY? FAYE DARBY/AUNT LUCY'S GOURMET GOODIES: NONE AT ALL. WE DIDN'T EVEN COVER OUR EXPENSES. I MEAN FOR THE LITTLE BIT OF TRAFFIC THERE WAS SOME INTEREST. BUT THERE WAS NO TRAFFIC. I SOLD MORE OUT OF MY HOTEL ROOM.))
SUPER=01-Kim Peyton/Beauticontrol Cosmetics; :00
SUPER=01-Faye Darby/Aunt Lucy's Gourmet Goodies; :18
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The promoter, the Hamilton Corporation, say no such promises were made.
Spokesman Brian Hamilton would not do an on camera interview.
But he say if foot traffic was low it's because the sponsors--one of which is WDBJ--did not do their jobs.
He says they should know the gate totals by next week.
And Hamilton points out some vendors did make money.
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SOT 17:51:01
IN Q=WE MAKE BOWS

((PATTIE HYLTON/RIBBONS AND BOWS: WE MAKE BOWS. WE HAND MAKE OUR OWN BOWS AND IT'S A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT COME TO THE SHOWS LOOKING JUST FOR OUR BOWS. WE GOT A LOT OF REGULARS IN ROANOKE.))
SUPER=Pattie Hylton/Ribbons And Bows;
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OUT Q=REGULARS IN ROANOKE
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Some of the vendors say they're planning on suing the Hamilton Corporation for misrepresentation.
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Radford-Murder


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Murder


A Radford man has been arrested and charged with first degree murder.
26- year- old Chad Joseph LaRue was taken into custody by Radford Police today for the alleged murder of 21- year- old Melissa Ann Dyal (Dial).
Both shared the same residence.
Larue apparently shot Dyal this morning.
Police were called to the scene around 6 this morning.
They het yet to release where Dyal's body was found.


Woman-Building


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=None


Police in New York City say they don't know what caused a woman to throw her three children off the top of a building.
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SUPER=03-New York, NY;


They say a 23 year old woman went to the top of the 14 story building, threw her 7 hear old twins and a 2 year old off the building, and then jumped.
The woman and one of the twins died, the other two children are in critical condition.
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SOT 1:19:10
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((SHE WAS ALWAYS FRIENDLY, REAL NICE, 'HOW YA DOING, HI' NO PROBLEMS. YOU FIGURE NOBODY GOT A PROBLEM...I'M JUST SORRY TO HEAR THAT ))
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One neighbor said the woman was having trouble with her mother, who was recently released from jail.
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Ethiopian-Hijacking


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=Plane Crash


The grim task of pulling bodies from the wreck of a hijacked Ethiopian plane continues in the waters off the Comoros Islands.
Some of the 52 survivors say the hijackers refused to let the pilot land safely even when it was clear the plane was running out of fuel.
David Jackson reports
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(( Rescue workers worked overnight saturday and continued into sunday to pull bodies from the wreckage of the Ethiopian flight which crashed into the indian ocean.
Of the 175 people that were onboard, so far only 52 survivors have been found.
In the clear blue water...a hundred yards from the shore of le galawa beach a few large airplane sections are seen.
Other pieces sank in a reef about 500 yards from the beach.
Flight 961 started its journey in the capitol of ethiopia en route to Nigeria -- soon after take off it was hijacked by three men who wanted to go to Australia.
The plane lost the use of one engine and ran out of fuel shortly before reaching the comoros islands.
At one point the hijackers tried to get control of the plane from the pilot.
Some survivors managed to swim to shore...only 500 yards away.
Others, including the american consul general in bombay and his wife, floated until they were rescued.
Officials say it may take another 36 hours to retrive the bodies still trapped in the wreckage.
Among the survivors ... two of the hijackers.
David Jackson, CBS New New York.))

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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Eric
SS=NONE


When News 7 at 11 returns,
Would the army have fewer sexual harrassment problems if it would allow women in combat.
One former soldier says yes!
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and an increase in next year's tobacco quota could mean big business for southside farmers.
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ANCHOR=Kimberly


The weekend comes to a close with some pretty mild weather-- but now it looks like we're in store for a rainy Monday.
Clouds will gradually move in overnight in advance of a cold front-- with showers starting by tomorrow afternoon.
In the meantime, here's the way today's numbers shaped up... Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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Tobacco


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=tha
TAPE# 96-88
GRAPHIC=Tobacco


Tobacco growers on the southside could enjoy one of their busiest growing seasons.
That's because many experts are predicting an increase in the 19-97 tobacco quota.
Teresa Hamilton explains.
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SUPER=@File; :00
SUPER=01-Larry McPeters/Halifax Co. Extension Agent; :18
SUPER=01-Clarence Bryant/Pres. Concerned Friends For Tobacco; 1:33
SUPER=@Teresa2; 1:54
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(( It's hard to forget the serious damage inflicted by Hurricane Fran.
Along the East Coast, heavy wind and rain devastated countless tobacco fields.
Here in Virginia, the system was downgraded to a tropical storm, but it still had an impact on the state's number one cash crop.
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IN Q=Because

((LARRY MCPETERS/HALIFAX CO. EXTENSION AGENT:BECAUSE THERE WAS A REDUCED SUPPLY OF TOBACCO, IN STATES SOUTH OF VIRGINIA, DUE TO FRAN, AS YOU MENTIONED, THE STOCKS OR RESERVE STOCKS WERE BOUGHT OUT OR PURCHASED, AND, OF COURSE, THIS WILL HAVE A GREAT INFLUENCE ON THE QUOTA, FOR THE 1997 GROWING SEASON. ))
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In other words, the tobacco companies, will, most likely, ask farmers to grow more tobacco than in previous years.
McPeters predicts the quota will increase 13- percent or more, based on the purchasing intentions set by the company's last year.
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IN Q=We know

((LARRY MCPETERS/HALIFAX CO. EXTENSION AGENT: WE ARE HAVING A LOT OF FARMERS LOOKING AT BUYING GREEN HOUSES TO PRODUCE THE TRANSPLANTS, LOOKING AT ADDITIONAL CURING BARN SPACE, LIKE BULK BARNS, ADDITIONAL LABOR WILL BE NEEDED AND ALL THESE THINGS, CAPITAL IS ALSO A BIG ITEM, TO BORROW THE MONEY TO PRODUCE AN ADDITIONAL 13 TO 20 PERCENT MORE REQUIRES 13- TO 20 PERCENT MORE CAPITAL.))
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Clarence Bryant is also predicting an increase in the tobacco quota.
But it's doubtful he'll take advantage, he's also advising other farmers to think twice, before making any kind of investment.
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IN Q=If you're

((CLARENCE BRYANT/PRES. CONCERNED FRIENDS OF TOBACCO: IF YOU'RE LOOKING AT THE REASON WE'RE GETTING THE ADDITIONAL QUOTA, IT'S ALL TIED TO WEATHER RELATED ISSUES AND IT'S NOT BECAUSE THE DOMESTIC OR INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIES ARE ON AN INCREASE, SO THEREFORE, IT'S BOUND TO BE TEMPORARY.))
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Right now, all talk regarding the quota is speculative.
The actual amount will be set next month. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7.))

Shenandoah-Homes


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11PM
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-93
GRAPHIC=Shenandoah Manor


Family members of some residents of a Clifton Forge nursing home will find out tomorrow night where their loved ones can relocate to.
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Shenandoah Manor learned last week it would lose its Medicaid funding because it failed its latest health department inspection.
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That means 35 residents will have to move by December 22nd.
Representatives from the League of Older Americans, health department and social services are helping residents relocate.
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((KEVIN MCCULLOUGH/LOA: THEY WILL BE TALKING TO THE PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES TO FIND OUT WHAT KIND OF GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION WOULD BE BEST. WHAT KIND OF SERVICES ARE NEEDED BY THE INDIVIDUAL SO THEY WILL LOOKING FOR BEDS AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE.))
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OUT Q=close as possible.
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Shenandoah Manor was told in May it would have to work on several problems concerning patient care.
The health department decided it would cut off Medicaid funding after an inspection last week.
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SOT 11:47:54
IN Q=The potential for

((KEVIN MCCULLOUGH/LOA: THE POTENTIAL FOR TRANSFER IS GREAT. IT'S GOING TO BE DIFFICULT TASK TO MOVE THESE PEOPLE WITH COMPASSION. ))
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OUT Q=people with compassion.
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An informational meeting for resident's families will be held tomorrow night at 7 at the Clifton Forge Fire House.
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Fire-Series-Pt3


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-99
GRAPHIC=Call For Help


The future of emergency service lies in regionalism and cooperation.
Community leaders say in this day of shrinking budgets local governments are going to have to join together to provide the best service to the people of southwest Virginia.
SS=Fullscreen


In the final segment of her weekend series Denise Allen talks with community leaders about the future.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./July; :00
SUPER=01-Eula Tribbett/Fire Victim; :19
SUPER=01-Danny Snider/Hollis Vol. Fire and Rescue; :45
SUPER=01-Elmer Hodge/Roanoke Co. Administrator; 1:08
SUPER=01-Bev Fitzpatrick/New Century Council; 1:30
SUPER=01-R.E. Burch/Roanoke Co. Fire Chief; 1:41
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((Fire nearly destroyed Eula Tribbett's home in July.
Since then she's been trying to rebuild.
Tribbett says she'd like to see some changes made in her fire service.
She says changes take time and one thing this whole ordeal has taught her is....
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((EULA TRIBBETT/ROANOKE COUNTY RESIDENT: HAVE PATIENCE. I'VE HAD A LOT OF UPS AND DOWNS BUT I'VE JUST HELD ON.))
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The Roanoke County Fire Department is made up of volunteers, supplemented by paid personnel on weekdays.
Volunteers who staff the station closest to Tribbett's house say they're always looking for new members, but they'd like to see more rescue workers on the payroll as well.
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((DANNY SNIDER/HOLLINS RD. VOL. FIRE AND RESCUE DEPT.: WE'RE OUT HERE TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY. IF WE CAN'T GIVE THE SERVICE WE THINK WE NEED TO DO WE'RE GOING TO ASK FOR HELP. WE'VE BEEN ASKING THE COUNTY NOW FOR ABOUT FOUR OR FIVE YEARS FOR ADDITIONAL PAID STAFF AND WE'VE BEEN MORE OR LESS TURNED DOWN ON IT.))
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Money for an additional two rescue workers is in the budget, but volunteer officials say the year is almost up and the positions have not been filled.
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((ELMER HODGE/ROANOKE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR: THOSE TWO POSITIONS ARE IN THE PROCESS OF BEING FILLED AND YES THOSE ARE PERMANENT POSITION AND WILL CONTINUE IN THE YEARS TO COME.))
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Adding more personnel is one option--regionalism is another.
A group of citizens involved with the New Century Council is studying the best plan of action.
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IN Q=THE VOLUNTEER

((BEV FITZPATRICK/NEW CENTURY COUNCIL: THE VOLUNTEER STRUCTURE HAS BEEN REALLY REALLY FUNDAMENTAL HERE, BUT WE ALSO REALIZE THAT VOLUNTEERS AREN'T AS PLENTIFUL AS THEY ONCE WERE AND AS A REGION IF WE ARE GOING TO PROTECT OUR QUALITY OF LIFE WE MAY HAVE TO CHANGE SOME OF THE WAYS WE DELIVER THOSE EMERGENCY SERVICES.))
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((R.E. BURCH/ROANOKE COUNTY FIRE CHIEF: IT'S HAPPENING NATIONALLY BECAUSE OF BUDGET RESTRAINTS AND OTHER NECESSITIES, BUT IT ONLY MAKES GOOD SENSE IF WE HAVE THE RESOURCES NO SENSE YOUR NEIGHBOR NEXT DOOR DUPLICATING THOSE.))
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Many areas have mutual aide policies.
That's when a locality calls on a neighbor for help when responding to an emergency.
It may be for help on a major fire or on a serious interstate accident.
But Bev Fitzpatrick says mutual aide should be used for the simple reason of just being closer to the person in need.
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IN Q=we have some

((BEV FITZPATRICK: WE HAVE SOME PLACES THAT MIGHT BE CONSIDERED GEOGRAPHICALLY ISOLATED AND THEY MIGHT BE BETTER SERVED BY A NEIGHBORING COUNTY THAN THE ONE THEY'RE IN... EVEN IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY WE'RE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT THERE'S NOT NEARLY AS MUCH MUTUAL ASSISTANCE AS THERE OUGHT TO BE.))
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DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7 REPORTER: BEV FITZPATRICK SAYS IT'S GOING TO TAKE A CHANGE IN PUBLIC POLICY TO IMPROVE FIRE SERVICE ON A REGIONAL BASIS.
HE SAYS ONLY THE CITIZENS CAN PROMPT THOSE CHANGES AND DECIDE WHAT TYPE OF RESCUE AND FIRE SERVICE THEY WANT.
DENISE ALLEN NEWS 7.))

Military-Harassment


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=None


A former soldier says the army would have fewer sexual harrassment problems if women were allowed in combat.
On the ABC News program "This Week", a former Major said putting women in combat would make them equal to their male counterparts
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An army hotline has logged 5000 calls since the sex scandal broke at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds training camp.
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((MAJOR LILLIAN PFLUKE/U.S. ARMY, RET.;IF YOU HAD WOMEN WAS EQUAL MEMBERS OF THE TEAM, IF YOU TREATED ALL SOLDIERS AS SOLDIERS, NOT AS WOMEN SOLDIERS AND MEN SOLDIERS, IF EVERYONE COULD ASPIRE TO THE SAME KIND OF LEADERSHIP POSITIONS, A LOT OF THIS WOULD BE ERADICATED.))
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ANCHOR=Eric
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But retiring Senator Sam Nunn disagrees, saying women should not be put on the front lines.
Nunn has been mentioned as a possible secretary of defense or secretary of state in the new Clinton cabinet.


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Soft Music Under
ANCHOR=Eric
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Stay with us,
The S-P-C-A has found a home for one of its most unique orphans.
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and one of the world's most beautiful piazza is under water tonight in Venice.
It's the worst flooding there in 15 years.
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Venice


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=Flooding


Venice is famous for it's waterways, but tourists are getting more than they planned for.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Venice, Italy;


Venice is suffering from the worst floods in 15 years.
The water is 3 to 4 feet above normal, and the canals have spilled over into the sidewalks and buildings.
Visitors are making the best of things, some brought out their boats and kayaks...
And it seems like almost everyone in the city has a pair of wading boots... And for those who don't, there are plenty for sale.
Forcasters say the floods could last another week.
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#RS96-1
GRAPHIC=Skins/49-ers


Jeff Wilkins booted a 38 yard field goal 3 minutes into overtime as San Francisco beat Washington 19 to 16.
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SUPER=03-Washington, DC/FOX SPORTS; :


It was a battle of field goals in the first half Washington's Scott Blanton hits this 22 yarder and the Redskins took the 6 to 3 lead late in the second quarter.
San Francisco's Jeff Wilkins booted his second of the game this 48 yarder and the game was tied at 6 to 6 at the half.
The score was tied 9 to 9 with 11 minutes in the fourth then guss Frerotte hits tight end Jamie Asher and he takes it in from 20 yards out and the Redskins led the game 16 to 9.
But the Niners came right back capping a long drive when William Floyd bulls his way over from the one to tie the game at 16 to 16 and send it to overtime.
Terry Kirby's 29 yard run set up SUPER=30-San

Francisco/19/Washington/16/;this Wilkins 38 yard field goal and the Niners beat the Redskins 19 to 16 in overtime.
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S-Post


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB96-4
GRAPHIC=NONE
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((TERRY KIRBY/49-ER RUNNING BACK: )) ((NORV TURNER/REDSKIN HEAD COACH: ))
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SUPER=01-Norv Turner/Redskin Head Coach; :16
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OUT Q=......work on those things."
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S-Panthers


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB96-2
GRAPHIC=Panthers/Oilers


Steve Beuerlein threw three touchdown passes two to Willie Green as Carolina beat Houston 31 to 6.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Houston, TX/FOX SPORTS; :


The Oilers needing a win to go over the 500 mark on the season.
But Steve Beuerlein goes to the air and hits Willie Green on the 30 yard touchdown pass play the first of his three T-D passes on the day.
The Carolina defense was on target Sam Mills returned a fumble for a touchdown and on this play Eric Davis intercepts the Chris Chandler pass setting up a score.
Several plays later Green is open SUPER=30-Carolina/31/Houston/6/;again

and he takes it in from 12 yards out and the Panthers beat the Houston Oilers 31 to 6.
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S-Cowboys


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-19
GRAPHIC=Cowboys/giants


Giant safety Tito Wooten turned a fumble into a touchdown as New York knocked off the Dallas Cowboys 20 to 6.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-East Rutherford, NJ/FOX SPORTS; :


The Giants led 6 to 3 when Troy Aikman hooks up with Michael Irvin on this pass play but Irvin fumbles the ball and Wooten pick it up and scoots in from 54 yards out to give the Giants a 13 to 3 lead.
New York quarterback Dave Brown SUPER=30-N.Y. Giants/20/Dallas/6/;goes to

the air in the fourth quarter and hits a wide open Brian Kozlowski and the Giants surprise the Cowboys 20 to 6.
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S-Broncos


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-20
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN/NBC SPORTS; :


Meantime, John Elway worked his comeback magic again today against the
Minnesota Vikings.


Elway's 5 yard touchdown pass to Ed McCaffrey is tipped in the air but McCaffrey comes down with it for the score as the Broncos beat the Vikings 21 to 17.
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((JOHN ELWAY/THROWS WINNING T-D PASS: ))
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S-NFL


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-21
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Tempe, AZ/FOX SPORTS;


In Tempe, Arizona, 37 points were scored in the fourth quarter 24 of them in the final three minutes and this Boomer Esiason touchdown pass to Marcus Dowdell lifted the Cards over the Eagles.
Lets go to the boards for all of today's scores.
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England/27//Indianapolis/13///;
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City/14///;
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S-Dame


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB96-3
GRAPHIC=Lou Holtz


Notre Dame stayed at home in naming a successor to Lou Holtz.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-South Bend, IN/ABC SPORTS; :


Holtz led the Irish on to the home field for a final time yesterday and today Notre Dame officials named his defensive coordinator Bob Davie as the schools new head football coach.
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((BOB DAVIE/NOTRE DAME HEAD COACH: ))
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=None


Davie has served as defensive coordinator at Notre Dame for three years.

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, V-M-I loses at Wake Forest.
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VO-NAT ENG#


But Roanoke College wins the Salem Bank and Trust Tip off Tournament at the Bast Center.
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S-Roanoke


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB97-1
GRAPHIC=Roanoke College


Roanoke's Nathan Hungate scored 30 points and was named the M-V-P as the Maroons beat Ferrum 96 to 92 in overtime to claim the Salem Bank and Trust Tip Off tournament title.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Salem/Roanoke vs Ferrum; :


Page Moir and his Maroons talking it over early in the first half of the game.
Ferrum came out quickly as Marcus Toney misses the jumper but Joe Harrison is there for the rebound and put back early in the first quarter.
Roanoke answered pushing the ball down the floor and going inside for Tim Braun who scores the easy layup.
The Maroons continued to pound it inside this time guard Nathan Hungate finds Braun underneath for another easy hoop.
The Panthers run the floor and this time they go inside and Toney knocks it in off the glass for the basket to keep Ferrum in the game.
But Roanoke continued to get the SUPER=33-Roanoke/96/Ferrum/92/;easy

inside baskets from Braun and Roanoke goes on to win the game 96 to 92 in overtime.
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S-VMI


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB97-2
GRAPHIC=VMI Basketball


Jarry Braswell hit a career high five three pointers and Tim Duncan scored 18 as Wake Forest beat V-M-I 92 to 63.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Winston-Salem, NC/HTS; :


Bart Bellairs coaching on the sideline in the first half of the game.
V-M-I's Eric Mann pulls up and hits this jumper and the Keydets trailed 24 to 11 in the first half.
Wake's Ricky Proel goes outside and he hits the three pointer as the Demon Deacons went on top 27 to 11.
V-M-I missed six shots in a row then Brent Conley pulls up and hits the three pointer and the Keydets trailed 28 to 15.
But Wake goes to its big man Tim SUPER=33-Wake Forest/92/VMI/63/;Duncan

and he takes it inside for the score and a 10 point lead and the Deacons beat V-M-I 92 to 63.
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S-Scores


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Sports Logo


Cleveland beat Sacramento this afternoon for all of the scores from the N-H-L lets check the numbers.
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wipe to boards
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5031
SUPER=0103-/Detroit/1/j/Anaheim/3///;
SUPER=X5028;
SUPER=0096-j/Cleveland/103//Sacramento/74///j/Boston/105//Dallas/91///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0096-j/Seattle/102//New York/92////Miami/63//Phoenix/62/4//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0096-/San Antonio/68//Vancouver/75/4///Houston/36//L.A. Lakers/41/3//;
RUNS=:20
OUT Q=......LAST SCORE."
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Tripod-Dog


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-89
GRAPHIC=None


Life is looking up for "Pepper."
The black puppy was born with only three legs.
But now she's found a new home and her owners say she's adjusting well.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;


The story may not sound unusual at first, but at second glance you'll notice Pepper is handicap.
S-P-C-A officials say she was born with only three legs. The S-P-C-A took applications for more than a month, looking for the best home for the orphaned dog.
Jim and Judy Maddox took custody of "Pepper" yesterday.
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SOT 14:48:55
IN Q=RUSTY THE DOG

((JUDY MADDOX/PEPPER'S OWNER: RUSTY, THE DOG WE ALREADY HAVE, HAS THREE LEGS. WE WERE AFRAID THAT NO ONE WOULD ADOPT HER. WE WENT BY AND PUT IN AN APPLICATION AND WE WERE SELECTED TO TAKE HER HOME WITH US.
JIM MADDOX/PEPPER'S OWNER: VERY FRISKY, VERY PLAYFUL, AS ANY PUPPY WOULD BE. SHE RUNS AROUND. SHE'S GOT MORE ENERGY THAN THE OTHER TWO DOGS, I THINK, RIGHT NOW.))
SUPER=01-Judy Maddox/Pepper's Owner; :00
SUPER=01-Jim Maddox/Pepper's Owner; :15
RUNS=:24
OUT Q=RIGHT NOW
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VO-NAT


Judy Maddox says "Pepper" is so charged with energy that it's a good thing they have 10 acres.
And she says "Pepper" is getting along great with their dog "Rusty" as well as the neighbor's dog "Fred." (----------------)