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Coming up next-
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A possible link between a body found today and an abandoned car found yesterday in Lynchburg.
A sentence in the case stemming from the Jenny Jones talk show.
Plus making Virginia dorms safer, but who will pay the price.
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Plus hometown hoops weekly.
News 7 is next.

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Good evening.
A body was found in Amherst County today.
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The man was shot once in the head.
He may have been the driver of an abandoned car found yesterday.
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A judge handed down a sentence in the Jenny Jones talk show trail.
Jonathan Schmitz killed his gay admirer and today was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Students at Maury River Junior High had class above the clouds today.
We'll fill you in on their exciting trip to the skies and find out what they learned.
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Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Amherst-Body


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11 p.m.
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TAPE#96-98
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There may a possible link between a body discovered today in Amherst County-- and an abandoned car found yesterday in Lynchburg.
24- year- old Vincent Lee (SKUL-ter-brant) Schulterbrandt was found dead along Route 617.
He'd been shot in the head.
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Sheriff Jimmy Ayers says (SKUL-ter-brant) Schulterbrandt matches the description of the man driving the abandoned Nissan Pathfinder.
Blood was found in the passenger seat of the car.
It has New York plates-- (SKUL-ter-brant) is a resident of the Bronx.
The regional homicide squad will take over the investigation tomorrow.
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Concord-Rezoning


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A potential battle over a new subdivision in Campbell County was averted tonight, when residents and developers reached a tentative agreement on the best use of the land.
Steve Smallshaw has more from tonight's town meeting in Concord.
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(( Some residents say it's the nicest section of land in the village of Concord.
That's what led the Cedar Creek Land Development Company to buy an option on these 100 acres, with the intent of subdividing it into eleven separate parcels.
But that raised a lot of eyebrows: another Cedar Creek project a few miles features single and double-wide trailer homes.
That's NOT what residents wanted to see dropped into the middle of Concord.
So more than a hundred of them turned out for a meeting with the developers to see if they could hash out their differences.
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((In the interest of promoting a frank and open discussion, News7 honored the developers' request NOT to bring a videocamera into the meeting. What followed was a mostly cordial discussion with some pointed questions about the future of the land. Essentially residents did NOT want to see double- wide trailers built on these plots.. buildings they feel would not blend in with the rest of the Concord community.))
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After 90 minutes of discussion, Cedar Creek agreed NOT to allow any single or double-wide trailers.. other suggested restrictions have been taken under consideration.
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((JOSEPH MAILLET/DEVELOPER: WE WEREN'T REALLY OBLIGATED.. WE DID THAT.))
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((CHUCK BULLOCK/DEVELOPER: WE MADE SOME CONCESSIONS.. EVERYBODY'S HAPPY.))
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Steve Smallshaw, News7, Concord.))

Schmitz-Sentence


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The man convicted of killing a gay admirer- said he was sorry in court today.
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((I WOULD LIKE TO TELL THE AMEDURES MY SORRY. ACCEPT MY SORRY.))
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Jonathan Schmitz apologized for killing Scott Amedure- the man who revealed he had a gay crush on Schmitz on the Jenny Jones talk show.
The judge then read his sentence.
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((I FEEL IT APPROPRIATE THOUGH DIFFICULT FOR ME TO DO THAT YOUR SENTENCE BE A MINIMUM 25 YEARS IN STATE PRISON, A MAXIMUM NOT MORE THAN 50 YEARS.))
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The 26 year old Schmitz was convicted of second degree murder-
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Simpson


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O-J Simpson's former girlfriend testified today-
Paula Barbieri told the court she broke up with Simpson the day of the murders.
Jennifer Sabih has more from Los Angeles.
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(( Model, Paula Barbieri is accustomed to appearing on camera and that's the way she appeared Wednesday in the Simpson's trial. Jurors watched O.J. Simpson's former girlfriend on videotape as she testified that on June 12th, the day Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were murdered, she left a break-up message on O.J.'s cellphone service. A message that she believed O.J. received.

Laurie Levenson/CBS Legal Consultant sot: "And we know that O.J. was calling

in for his messages that night, so it's almost a trigger point for the case.
Narration: A trigger point because plaintiff lawyers suggest Simpson could have been enraged at his ex-wife that day, blaming her for that split with Barbieri.

Nancy Ney/employee of a battered womens' shelter sot:

Oh no, I don't regret testifying.
Narration (over sketch of Nancy Ney on stand): Before Barbieri,came Nancy Ney, an employee of a battered womens' shelter who testified that five days before Ms. simpson called, a woman named Nicole called and said her ex-husband had been stalking her and beating her, and several times,threatened to kill her if he caught her with another man.
Natsound of reporter question for Nancy Ney: Are you one hundred percent sure that it was Nicole's voice? (A) No comment, we're not commenting.
Narration: O.J.'s lawyer objected strenuously to Ney's testimony calling it hearsay because the woman never left her last name. But Ney said the caller said that she was in her mid-thirties, with two kids, and divorced from a high profile man.


Domestic-Violence


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Victims of abuse often feel they have nowhere to turn.
But a Martinsville agency is offering a sign of help.
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Actually, it's a DECAL--
Citizens Against Family Violence recently started a campaign, asking southside area businesses to display these stickers.
They indicate a safe place for those who suffer domestic or sexual abuse to call for help.
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((LYNN WEHLAU/CITIZENS AGAINST FAMILY VIOLENCE: BATTERERS OFTEN THINK THEY CAN GET AWAY WITH THE BATTERING AND THEY WILL ISOLATE THE PERSON THEY'RE ABUSING AND TELL THEM THAT NOBODY'S GOING TO HELP YOU. YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE TO STAY RIGHT HERE IF WE GET THESE PEPPERED ALL OVER THE COMMUNITY, THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE IN ABUSIVE SITUATIONS CAN TELL THAT THERE IS A COMMUNITY THAT CARES AND WANTS TO HELP THEM. ))
SUPER=01-Lynn Wehlau/Citizens Against Family Violence;
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So far, about 100 local businesses have taken part.
(Way-LO) Wehlau says she got the idea for the Safe Haven project from a similar agency in Connecticut.
Meanwhile, she says the number of visitors to the Martinsville shelter has tripled over the last eight years.
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When we return, if one state legislator has his way, the personal property tax will become a thing of the past,
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and we'll tell you why the students could foot the bill if their dorm rooms get sprinkler systems.
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(("YOU'RE WATCHING NEWS 7 AT ELEVEN, WITH JEAN JADHON ROBIN REED, AND MIKE STEVENS WITH SPORTS."))

Boutros-Boutros


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U-N Secretary General Boutros Boutros Ghali has suspended his candidacy for a second term- because of U-S opposition.
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The U-S used its Security Council veto power to block another Boutros Ghali term.
But African nations backed him.
Boutros Ghali says he's still the only candidate for Africa.
But his action paves the way for other candidates to seek the job.
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Dorm-Safety


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Virginia college students may have to pay for improved fire protection in high-rise campus dorms.
Governor Allen says he'll find the money to install sprinklers, but has yet to say where the cash will come from.
Tracy Altizer reports.
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(( On Virginia college and university campuses, dorm construction and upkeep is paid for through student fees.
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((DAVE NUTTER/VT UNIVERSITY RELATIONS: AND SO THAT IS THE WAY ALL OF OUR DORMS HAVE BEEN OPERATING. THEY'RE WHAT WE CALL AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES TO THE UNIVERSITY AND STATE MONIES DO NOT GO INTO THEIR OPERATION OR UPKEEP. ))
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Governor Allen has not said how he would pay for installing sprinklers in high-rise dorms, but he refused to rule out raising student fees.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: THERE ARE A MULTITUDE OF WAYS THAT IT MAY BE DONE. EACH COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY MAY HAVE, ALL THE BUILDINGS AREN'T THE SAME HEIGHT. THEY HAVE DIFFERENT NEEDS.))
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It's estimated to cost more than five and a half million dollars to add sprinklers to Tech's five high-rise dorms. That breaks down to about 58 dollars per student over the next 20 years.
Officials at Tech and Radford University agree sprinklers would provide the ultimate protection. But they say smoke and fire alarms and extinguishers, stairwell hookups for fire hoses, and non-combustible construction make their dorms safe now.
Firefighters seem more concerned with passive student attitudes.
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((KEITH BOLTON/BLACKSBURG FIRE CHIEF: OUR CONCERN IS THAT STUDENTS HAVE GOTTEN USED TO THE ALARMS GOING OFF, AND SOMETIMES IT HAPPENS TWO OR THREE TIMES A NIGHT, AND THEY WOULDN'T COMPLETELY EVACUATE THE BUILDING. ))
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State officials have yet to tabulate the costs of sprinklers for all 12 dorms in question. Tracy Altizer, News 7.

Beyer


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A less-than enthusiastic Virginia Farm Bureau greeted Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer at its annual meeting today.
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: I'VE GOT LETTERS FROM SOME OF YOU AND PHONE CALLS FROM OTHERS. AND I WANT YOU TO UNDERSTAND MY POSITION.))
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Beyer spoke in defense of his support of FDA regulation of tobacco sales.
A "Q and A" session afterwards brought only one question.
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((JERRY JENKINS/LUNENBURG CO. FARMER: IF AS YOU SAY YOU FEEL THAT THE VIRGINIA LAWS REGARDING USE OF TOBACCO BY MINORS ARE GOOD AND SUFFICIENT, THEN WHY WOULD YOU GO OUT ON A LIMB AND SUPPORT BRINGING IN FEDERAL MANDATES THROUGH THE FDA?))
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: WHAT THE NATIONAL APPROACH GIVES US IS A UNIFORM SENSE THAT IN AMERICA WE DON'T WANT KIDS TO SMOKE. IT'S STILL LEGAL FOR ADULTS. AMERICANS CAN CHOOSE.))
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((TOM WEST/HALIFAX CO. FARMER: IT OFFENDED ME A LITTLE BIT BECAUSE HE DEFENDED HIS POSITION. I WAS HOPING HE WOULD TAKE A LITTLE BIT SOFTER POSITION.))
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Beyer is the Democrats' only candidate for Governor next year.
Republican candidate Jim Gilmore will address the Farm Bureau tomorrow.
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Property-Tax


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As intriguing as it sounds, the time is obviously NOT ripe for Manassas Senator Charles Colgan's bid to eliminate the personal property tax.
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Colgan's plan would require a sales tax increase to make up for the lost car and boat tax revenue.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: AS I SAID AS A CANDIDATE, AND ALSO AS GOVERNOR, I HAVE SAID THAT I WILL VETO ANY SALES OR INCOME TAX INCREASE THAT COMES ACROSS MY DESK.))
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: I'M A CAR DEALER. SO I'M NOT A FAIR PERSON TO ASK. I MEAN, CAN YOU IMAGINE WHAT WOULD HAPPEN TO MY BUSINESS IF WE GOT RID OF THE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX? I'D LOVE TO SEE IT GO AWAY. BUT IT HAS TO BE DONE IN A RESPONSIBLE WAY. I UNDERSTAND THAT SENATOR COLGAN SAID "LET'S DO AWAY WITH THE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX AND RAISE THE SALES TAX." I THINK WE HAVE TO APPROACH THAT VERY, VERY CAUTIOUSLY. BECAUSE THE SALES TAX WE KNOW IS REGRESSIVE, AND IT'S GOING TO HURT THE WORKING POOR.))
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Colgan admits his proposal may take years to win support.

Foundation


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When Alleghany Regional Hospital was sold to Columbia last year, the sale created a 35 million dollar grant fund, and a group called the Alleghany Foundation to hand it out.
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One of the foundation's first grants will go to Alleghany County and Covington Schools.
One million dollars will start up a school nurse program and a mobile dental care van.
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200 thousand dollars will save the Clifton Forge Library expansion project, which was stalled by cost overruns.
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((DR. RON GOINGS/LIBRARY BOARD CHAIRMAN; IT'S KIND OF LIKE CHRISTMAS COME EARLY, YOU GET A GREAT BIG PRESENT, ALL OF A SUDDEN ALL OF THE WORRYING ABOUT THE LIBRARY AND WERE WE GONNA HAVE IT SUDDENLY BECAME "EVERYTHINGS" DONE, NOW WE JUST SIT BACK AND LET SOME PEOPLE WORK ON BUILDING IT AND IN ABOUT 6 MONTHS WE'LL REAP THE REWARDS.))
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The Foundation also gave money to Clifton Middle School for a technology program.
And grants went to the Alleghany Highlands Y-M-C-A and the Arts Council. Non-profit organizations can apply for foundation grants.
The next application deadline is March first.
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Coming up next on the newscast, the nation's premier bicycle race says it probably will NOT roll through our area next year,
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and we'll tell you about efforts to make sure underprivileged children have bikes to call their own.
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DuPont


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For years, the Tour DuPont has rolled through central and southwest Virginia--
But the loss of its sponsor may put a halt to the annual bike race.
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DuPont says it's pulling out because contractual obligations were not met.
The company blamed those on a lawsuit between the event's owners.
Meanwhile, a local organizer told News-7 it's doubtful there will be a race next year, but it could return in '98.
To get the cycling event under way next year, race promoters would have to raise more than two-and half million dollars in the next two weeks.
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Bikes


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A Roanoke radio station hopes to build on the success of last year's Toys for Tots campaign, by collecting one thousand new bicycles for needy children.
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Last year, J-93 set a goal of 93 bikes, but listeners responded with more than 600.
Again this year, morning personality Slam Duncan and Marine Reserve Staff Sergeant Steve Gardner will broadcast from a camper suspended above the Tanglewood Mall Parking lot.
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J-93 and other sponsors will kick off the campaign Thursday December 12th at Six in the morning.
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Kids-Flight


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Between the American military and the Airline Industry, the United States was once training 100-thousand new pilots a year.
That number is down to 65-thousand now.
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So the Experimental Aircraft Association decided to try inspiring more young people with an interest in flight.
The Roanoke chapter flew 140 students from Maury River Junior High School today.
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((ART COURNOYER/PILOT: KIDS JUST CAN'T GET INTO THE AIRPORT LIKE THEY USED TO BE ABLE TO AND KICK A TIRE OR TWO AND GO INTO THE HANGERS AND TALK TO A PILOT AND GET FREE RIDES.))
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About one dozen local pilots donated their time, planes and fuel.
And the students got a first-hand view of the world from the cockpit of a single-engine plane.
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((CYNTHIA VESS: I THOUGHT IT WAS GOING TO BE A LITTLE BIT MORE BUMPIER THAN IT WAS, BUT IT WASN'T. )) ((EDWARD HENDERSON: IT WAS REALLY FUN. I REALLY LIKED IT A LOT. ))
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The students spent most of the day here touring the main terminal and learning a lot about aviation.
But the highlight had to be FLYING.
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S-Score


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we head to Richmond where Tiki was named the recipient of this year's Dudley award that is given annually to the best college player in the state.
The balloting is done by a statewide panel of sportscasters and writers., but the engraving is another matter.
Look at this, Tiki Barber, from VPI?
Please get the engraver a designated driver.
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S-Dudley


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#VF96-2
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Last year Tiki Barber finished second in the Dudley Award balloting to Virginia Tech's Cornell Brown.
Last night Tiki was back in Richmond hoping to move up a spot.
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The UVa tailback was joined at the Downtown club by fellow finalist, Thomas Haskins of VMI, and Tech's Jim Druckenmiller.
This time Tiki would win the award in ballotting done by a panel of sportscasters and writers from around the state.
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S-Beamer


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While Druckenmiller settled for second in the Dudley balloting, he finished first in the Big East voting today.
Tech placed 6 players on the all-conference first team
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plus, head coach Frank Beamer was named the coach of the year in the league for the second straight season.
And Druckenmiller was named the Big East's co-offensive player of the year, an award he shares with Syracuse's Donovan McNabb.
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Senior tightend Bryan Jennings joins Druckenmiller on the first team all-Big East squad, along with center Billy Conaty, running back Ken Oxendine and Freshman kicker Shayne Graham.
Cornell Brown was a first team defensive selection.
Six Hokies made second team all-conference including Brandon Semones.

S-Vaught


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s6-23
GRAPHIC=DENNIS VAUGHT


The coaching career of Dennis Vaught at Richlands high school appears to be over tonight.
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SUPER=04-Friday Football Extra; :00


Last night we told you that Vaught was the target of an internal school investigation to determine whether or not he ordered his players to injure Grundy star quarterback, Jason Copenhaver and lineman Luke Owens during their October 4th game.
Copenhaver suffered a partial tear of the medial collateral ligament in his RIGHT knee in the game.
This afternoon both Richlands high school and the athletes attorney confirmed that the matter has been resolved to everyone's satisfaction, and sources say Vaught will be relieved of his coaching duties.
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S-UVa


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WRITER=Mike
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The 25th ranked Virginia Cavaliers will their first home game of the year Saturday on WDBJ against Clemson, but tonight they had to struggled to beat William & Mary 75 to 64.
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William & Mary head coach Charlie Wollum had his Tribe primed for the upset tonight as big Dave Grabuloff helped the Indians take a 10-to-nothing lead with five minutes left in the first half.
But Jeff Jones would finally get his team going as Curtis Staples feeds Courtney Alexander for the 2 handed jam, and UVa hits the half with a 33-to-31 lead.
Virginia would crank it up in the second half and win the game 75 to 64.
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Norman Nolan had a great offensive game tonight scoring a career high 22 points.
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S-Roanoke


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s6-24
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The Roanoke College Maroons improved their record to4-and0 on the season last night with an easy 98-to-63 blowout win over Emory & Henry.
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Before things got started Jason Bishop received a game ball from Page Moir to commemorate his 1000th career point scored over the weekend. He would add 17 more.
In fact, Roanoke would score plenty more this evening as Nathan Hungate feeds Tim Braun inside to get the party started.
The Wasps would have to struggle all night long. Donald Childress comes down and dishes to Donald Thurston for the hoops inside.
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But the Maroons have never had it so easy against the Wasps as they did tonight. Courtney Fitch hits the hoop and Roanoke stays unbeaten with the 98-to-63 rout.
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Sports Tease


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Still to come tonight in sports, Steve Mason
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takes us to the hoops with this week's edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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The boys high school hoopla cranking up this week and so, it's no surprise that Steve Mason is on the move with this week's edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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((IN TRIPLE A, DEFENDING STATE CHAMPION G.W. DANVILLE LEADS THE WESTERN DISTRICT. THERE ARE SOME NEW LEADERS IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY DISTRICT. 3 COACHES ARE MAKING THEIR DEBUT.
William Fleming's Roland Lovelace is the new regiment commander for the Colonels. With the departure of James Stokes and Sterling Tate, Fleming has gone from an inside power to a perimeter game. 3 starting guards are back.
We have already introduced Patrick Henry new coach Jack Esworthy, Cave Spring's Billy Hicks rounds out the new RVD coaches. 6'6 senior Alex Phillips leads 5 seniors. Getting used to the new coaches will be a 2 way street. ((BILLY HICKS:))
DOUBLE A DEFENDING STATE CHAMPION LIBERTY RETURNS PEANUT ARRINGTON AND ROBERT CARSON AMONG OTHERS AND mARK hANK'S TEAM SHOULD LEAD THE SEMINOLE. BLUE RIDGE POWER SALEM SCRIMMAGED THE MINUTE MEN LAST WEEK.
The Spartans return 5 starters from last year's region III semifinal team, including go to guy Hershel Thomas, who average about 17 a game. ((CHARLIE MORGAN:)) William Byrd basketball standout Frank English should give an extra lift to the Terriers since Chris Childress signed and left for David Lipscomb University.
Bill Pope must also replace guards Justin Porterfield and Ben Peete.
In single A, Glenvar's Art Lawrence season has begun in a new district with for new starters. The 1995 state semi finalists should adjust to the 3 Rivers. ((ART LAWRENCE:))
In girls triple A, Lisa Bryan, Alyssa and Katie Redick have have signed with Division 1 schools, making the Lady Knights the top team in the RVD. ((LINDA LONG:))
WE WILL TAKE A BREAK NEXT WEDNESDAY FOR OUR FRIDAY FOOTBALL EXTRA AWARDS BANQUET, STEVE MASON, HOMETOWN HOOPS WEEKLY.
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Nicholson


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You probably know him best as the Joker in the Batman movies-
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Jack Nicholson today got Hollywood honors- a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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Nicholson was joined by his oldest daughter, his grandson, his girlfriend and their two children.
The actor won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in Terms of Endearment and one for Best Actor for one Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest. (----------------)