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ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
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News SEVEN at 11 is next...
Roanoke Police identify the 13th murder victim of the year... a number far shy of RICHMOND's murder rate.
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We'll show you what happened when reporters and police confront a reputed Nazi in Kansas City.
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LIVE
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And check in at First Night- - a LIVE report on New Year's from the Roanoke City Market.
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SW-Murder


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-92
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


Authorities are searching for a suspect following a murder last night on Chapman Avenue in Southwest Roanoke.
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VO-NAT
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Shortly before eleven last night, neighbors reported hearing a series of gun shots.
The victim was found lying on the sidewalk with a severe wound to the head.
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((LARRY MARTIN: I HEARD FOUR QUICK GUN SHOTS AND I'M NOT SURE WHERE THE GUY FELL. THERE WAS A SHOOTING OUT HERE OF SOME TYPE ALL I KNOW. IT SCARED ME HALF TO DEATH. IT REALLY DID. ))
SUPER=07-Larry Martin;
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VO-NAT


But some residents say despite this latest act of violence, the Southwest neighborhood has lots of potential-- and they hope to make some changes to the community.
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SOT 10:42:19
IN Q=These old

((HENRY EMMERSON/NEIGHBOR: THESE OLD BEAUTIFUL OLD HOUSES HAVE A LOT OF CHARACTER TO THEM. THEY NEED RESTORING. LANDLORDS WHO ARE RENTING PROPERTY NEED TO TAKE BETTER CARE OF THEM. THAT'S PAINFULLY OBVIOUS WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD. ))
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ANCHOR=Keith
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Police have identified the victim as a 33 year old white male, but are not releasing his name until they can reach his family.
It was the 13th murder this year in Roanoke.

Richmond-Murders


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-97
GRAPHIC=None


Richmond's 114 murders for the year will most likely place the capital in the top five or ten most deadly cities in the country on a per capita basis.
And yet it's Richmond's lowest murder rate in three years.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


Last year, 120 people were killed in Richmond.
In 1994, the city had 160 murders.
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SOT 05:27:14
IN Q=A lot of

((FRED RUSSELL/RICHMOND POLICE DEPUTY CHIEF: A LOT OF THE HOMICIDES WE HAVE HERE IN RICHMOND ARE LIFESTYLE HOMICIDES. PEOPLE GET KILLED BECAUSE OF THE CHOICES THEY MAKE. THEY'RE DEALING DRUGS, SELLING DRUGS, OR IN LOCATIONS WHERE DRUGS ARE BEING SOLD OR BEING DEALT.))
SUPER=01-Fred Russell/Richmond Police Deputy Chief;
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OUT Q=being dealt.
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VO-NAT


Two arrests were made this year in a series of murders of older women.
But a single serial killer was never identified in what police dubbed the "Golden Years" killings.
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Intermet


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#96-104
GRAPHIC=Layoffs


Some Radford workers will start the new year in the unemployment line.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file


Intermet's New River Castings plant announced 110 layoffs, effective today.
The company makes castings for the automotive industry.
A plant statement says production changes make it necessary to eliminate one of their shifts.
The layoffs will cut the plant's workforce to 455.
Management says they could call the employees back to work when new orders begin production.
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First-Night


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#96-102
GRAPHIC=First Night


Thousands of holiday partiers decided to skip tonight's bowl game on television to see out the old year at Roanoke's annual First Night celebration.
Double Boxes=Keith/Kim


Kimberly McBroom joins us now from Downtown. Kim time is running out for 1996, are many people sticking around there to welcome the New Year?
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((Rollcue: wasn't lacking in entertainment.))
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Kim adlibs
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Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
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Still ahead on News 7 at 11, police in Kansas City shoot a suspected Nazi war criminal,
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And we'll hear from a Roanoke- area native trying to make a difference in the lives of Bosnian school children.
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Ramsey


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#Net
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It's still a mystery- -the story of the little girl who was supposedly kidnapped in Colorado last week and then found dead in her parents' home.
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VO-NAT


The body of six- year old Jonbenet Ramsey was laid to rest today, as the
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA

investigation into her death is just hitting full stride.
Family friends describe her as a luminous little beauty queen who was crowned Little Miss Colorado last year.
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((JOE BARNHILL/NEIGHBOR: SHE WAS JUST GORGEOUS, AND JUST BEAMING AND SO JOYFUL WITH SANTA CLAUS.))
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Her mother is a former Miss West Virginia.
Her father is president of a billion dollar business in Boulder, Colorado.
John Ramsey has hired a lawyer.
SUPER=03-Boulder, CO


Before he quit talking to police, he told investigators Jonbenet was tucked in her bed Christmas night but was gone in the morning.
Her mother called police, saying she'd found a ransom note asking for 118-thousand dollars.
Hours later the little girl's body was found hidden in the basement.
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KC-Shooting


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Shooting


Police in Kansas City, Kansas today shot a man they suspect was once a Nazi concentration camp guard.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Kansas City, KS


Seventy-nine year old Michael Kolnhofer was shot in the leg after firing a handgun at reporters and police officers.
The reporters had showed up at his home, after the U-S Justice Department filed papers seeking to strip him of his U-S citizenship. That could be the first step toward deportation.
Justice cited war- time records from Nazi Germany indicating that Kolnhofer was a guard at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp where tens of thousands of prisoners were killed.
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Lima-Hostages


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
TAPE# Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


Leftist rebels released two more hostages in Peru today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lima, Peru


Earlier in the day they let journalists inside the occupied Japanese ambassador's residence.
A leader of the rebel group spoke to journalists and allowed them to talk to some of the hostages.
The two released diplomats left the home accompanied by the head of the Red Cross in Peru. Both diplomats appeared to be in good condition.
Honduran Ambassador Eduardo Martel and Argentine Consul Juan Antonio Ibanez walked out late this afternoon.
That leaves 81 hostages still under control of the Revolutionary Movement.
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Kavanaugh


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-103
GRAPHIC=Bosnia


An infantry officer from the Roanoke Valley is doing his best to make a difference in Bosnia.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Mimici, Bosnia


While financial aid is supposed to be in the works to provide heat, water and electricity for these school children- -First Lieutenant Steve Kavanaugh has enlisted the help of folks back home.
Boxes of supplies are already on the way: paper, pencils, crayons, candy- -donated by Roanoke-area residents... all part of the effort to make Bosnia peaceful- -AND prosperous.
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SOT 20:23:55
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((1LT STEVE KAVANAUGH: SEEING THEM WITH JOBS IT MEANS THAT THEY'RE THINKING MORE ABOUT TRYING TO GET FAMILIES GOING BACK TOGETHER AND THINKING ABOUT PEACE INSTEAD OF TRYING TO START A WAR AGAIN.))
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OUT Q=war again.
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VO-NAT


Lieutenant Kavanaugh was deployed to Bosnia the week before Thanksgiving.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=None


His father- -former Roanoke County Sheriff MIKE Kavanaugh- -says Steve is due back in Virginia for training at Fort Lee in the Spring.

GE


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#96-94
GRAPHIC=General Electric


A production slowdown will mean a forced vacation for workers at Salem's G-E plant.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file


G-E will shut down the plant for two weeks, starting Monday.
It usually shuts down in the summer, but a low production workload forced the officials to reschedule the closing for January.
Without the shutdown, officials say they would have to lay off 100 people.
A company statement says it is still assessing its employment needs for the first half of 1997.
Union officials were not available for comment today, but are scheduled to meet to talk about the shutdown on Thursday.
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Tease#2

Soft Music Under
ANCHOR=Jean
SS=none


Coming up next on the newscast, the city of Lynchburg hopes its budget doesn't get snowed under this winter,
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VO-NAT

and we'll see the latest accessory for the Cabbage Patch doll ...it's a warning label.
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Cabbage-Patch


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=1
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


Something new will soon be popping up on those over- aggressive Cabbage Patch dolls: "warning labels."
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VO-NAT


Since reports surfaced of children getting their hair and fingers caught in the dolls' mouth, toy-maker Mattel and the Consumer Product Safety Commission made the joint announcement today.
The warning will say: long hair and fingers can get caught in the mouth of Cabbage Patch Snacktime Kids.
The label will also inform consumers that the doll's chewing action can be stopped by removing the doll's backpack.
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Weather-Center


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-99
GRAPHIC=Winter Weather


Last winter's budget-busting snowfalls has public works crews looking for ways to save money this year.
In Lynchburg, they've come up with a way to eliminate unnecessary overtime and keep unused snowplows off the road.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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((natsot plow
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To some, this is just a distant memory, but should the winter of '97 provide a flashback, Lynchburg residents can take heart knowing their city's road crews are more ready than ever.
natsot computer 3:32:18

((GOOD MORNING FROM THE DTN WEATHER CENTER..))
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Gone are the days of watching the t-v or waiting for faxes from weather services 700 miles away.
Now with a click of his mouse, Public Works supervisor Dennis Reynolds can pull up the latest radar maps and information on weather systems heading towards the Lynchburg area.
He's no meteorologist, but Reynolds says it's easy to predict what impact a storm will have on the city.. and the advance warning gives his crews an edge up.
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SOT 3:29:50
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((DENNIS REYNOLDS/LYNCHBURG PUBLIC WORKS: SO THE SAME TRUCKS THAT COLLECT THE LEAVES DO THE SNOW-FIGHTING, SO I HAVE TO PULL THEM IN AND UNLOAD THEM, AND LOAD CHEMICAL SPREADERS ON THEM. SO IT GIVES US ADVANCE WARNING, WE CAN PLAN OUR DAY, BE MORE EFFICIENT.))
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That's good news to number-crunchers like Numan Franklin, who oversees the department's 150- thousand dollar snow removal budget.
Franklin says this 12- hundred dollar investment will pay for itself over the next few months.
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SOT 4:04:27
IN Q=This machine

((NUMAN FRANKLIN/LYNCHBURG PUBLIC WORKS: THIS MACHINE, BY US BEING ABLE TO SEE AND GET A GOOD FEEL FOR WHAT THE STORM IS GOING TO DO, WE CAN MAKE A BETTER JUDGEMENT CALL ON HOW MANY PEOPLE WE NEED TO BRING IN.))
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The storms will come no matter what.. but knowing when and where could make all the difference this winter.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.)) Wx-Tape
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S-Live


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=mst
TAPE#TF96-2
GRAPHIC=Tech/Nebraska


The Virginia Tech Hokies put up a fight against the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Orange Bowl last night at the Pro Player Stadium.
But as Mike Stevens reports the two time national champions poured it on in the second half as to beat the Hokies 41-to-21.
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SUPER=@Mike1; 2:10
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And that's it for Sports. Happy New Year's Everybody.

S-Sun


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB96-3
GRAPHIC=College Football
SUPER=01-Brandon Semones/Virginia Tech Lineman;
SUPER=01-Marcus Parker/Virginia Tech Fullback;


Chad Hutchinson threw for 226 yards and a touchdown as Stanford routed Michigan State 38 to nothing.
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SUPER=03-El Paso, TX/Stanford vs Michigan State; :


Stanford got on the board in the first quarter when Josh Madsen intercepts this pass on the return he laterals it to Leroy Pruett who races down the sideline for the 50 yard touchdown and Stanford led 7 to nothing.
then in the second quarter, Quarterback Chad Hutchinson hooks up with Jon Ritchie on this 8 yard touchdown pass play to make it 14 to nothing.
Stanford's Adam Salina then bulls SUPER=36-Stanford/38/Michigan

State/0/;over from the one yard line to make it 21 to nothing at the half and Stanford wins it 38 to Nothing.
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S-Army


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-22
GRAPHIC=College Football


Army and Auburn knocked heads in the Independence bowl this afternoon and the tigers get away with the 32 to 29 win.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Shreveport, LA/ESPN; :


The Army Cadets marching into the stadium for the bowl game.
Auburn gets on the board first. Dameyune Craig goes to the air and hits Tyronne Goodson on the 30 yard touchdown pass play to make it 10 to nothing Tigers.
Then in the second quarter Craig puts it up again Willie Gosha hauls it in for the 7 yard touchdown and a 17 to nothing Auburn lead.
Army scored three times in the SUPER=36-Auburn/32/Army/29;fourth quarter

Bobby Williams on the three yard T-D run but Auburn wins it 32 to 29.
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S-Heritage


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-23
GRAPHIC=College football


Howard rallied from 14 points down at the half to beat Southern 27 to 24 in the Heritage.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/ESPN; :


Howard started its rally shortly after the halftime show.
Ted White puts it up in the air and hits McArthur Johnson who breaks a tackle and he dances down the sideline for an 80 yard touchdown pass play to tie the game at 24 to 24 in the fourth quarter.
Then Jason Decuir put the Bisons SUPER=36-Howard/27/Southern/24/;up to

stay when he booted this 18 yard field goal and Howard beats Southern 27 to 24 in the Heritage bowl.
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That's all for now, but we'll have Orange Bowl Highlights a Little later on Mornin'.

S-Cowboys


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-21
GRAPHIC=Cowboys Logo


Dallas Receiver Michael Irvin says he has not violated his probation and he doesn't know anything about the Allegations against him.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=04-NFL; :


A 23 year old woman claims that Irvin held a gun to her head while teammate Erik Williams and another man forced her to have sex Sunday night. Irvin's on probation after pleading no contest to cocaine Possesion earlier this year.
The incident happened at William's house and the Dallas Police say they have a video tape.
But Irvin denies any involvement.
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((MICHAEL IRVIN/DALLAS RECEIVER: ))
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Sports Tease


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


And coming up, Michael Irvin says he has done nothing to violate his probation
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VO-NAT ENG#


And in college basketball Kentucky puts a whipping on State Rival Louisville.
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S-Hoops


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


In College Basketball, Sixth Ranked Cincinnati cruised to an easy 84 to 73 win over Nebraska this afternoon.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Puerto Rico/ESPN2; :


The Bearcats took control of this game early in the first half.
This three point basket by Darnell Burton early in the game gave Cincinnati a 25 to 13 lead over Nebraska.
The Cornhuskers started a comeback in the second half getting the ball out on the break for this easy basket cutting the lead to 7.
But the Bearcats used their SUPER=33-Cincinnati/84/Nebraska/73/; powerful

inside game to pull away in the second half and beat Nebraska 84 to 73.
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S-Scores


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB97-2
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Louisville, KY/ESPN; :


Rick Pitino watches his Wildcats struggle in the first half of their game against Louisville.
Derek Anderson takes it to the hoop for Kentucky giving the Wildcats a 59 to 47 lead in the second half.
The Cardinals push it outside for the three but it was not enough as the Wildcats beat the Cardinals.
For all of the scores lets check the boards.
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XGR-CD


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-101
GRAPHIC=None


Some of the slickest CD-ROM technology around is making the snoozy, white- haired world of the Virginia General Assembly fun for children and adults alike.
Ellen Qualls takes us on a cyber-journey into state government.
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SUPER=01-Susan Schaar/Va. Senate Clerk; 1:03
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(( Check it out.
nat sot something cool
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30- thousand dollars, some federal grant money, and a lot of free student labor at James Madison University bring us the Virginia General Assembly.
nat sot 01:29:10 tape one

((IT IS CALLED THE OLDEST CONTINUOUS ENGLISH-SPEAKING LAW-MAKING BODY IN THE NEW WORLD.))
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And with a new CD-ROM virtual reality trip inside -- it's also apparently the hippest.
SOT 01:43:27

((SUSAN SCHAAR/VA. SENATE CLERK: WELL THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS CAN BE FUN.))
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As far as Senate clerk Susan Schaar can tell, NO other state has such a sophisticated interactive, multi- media history and civics lesson, complete with game show host with bad toupee.
nat sot game show host 01:33:10 TAPE ONE

((I'M SORRY CONTESTANT. THAT'S NOT THE RIGHT ANSWER.))
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Explorer is in response to teacher and parent demand.
Not enough learning materials on how a bill becomes a law, how committees work, what actually happens during the 30 or 60 day annual legislative session.
NO more.
For just 15 dollars a copy, individuals and classes with IBM or MAC computers with CD drives are good to go.
SOT tape two 01:45:47

((SUSAN SCHAAR/VA. SENATE CLERK: A LOT OF STUDENTS DON'T HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT THE CAPITOL. AND WE WANTED IT TO BE AS LIFE-LIKE AS POSSIBLE, SO THAT THEY WOULD HAVE A VISUAL IMAGE OF WHAT THEIR STATE CAPITOL LOOKS LIKE.12AND THE JMU STUDENTS, WE DROVE THEM NUTS FINE-TWEAKING EVERYTHING. BUT THEY DID A FANTASTIC JOB.))
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nat sot 01:14:14 tape one

((whooosh. THERE SEEMS TO BE QUITE A BIT OF HISTORY HERE. LET ME SCAN IT AND DISPLAY IT FOR YOU. she fades out))
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((VIRTUAL REALITY IS COOL. BUT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S ACTUALLY IN SESSION IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY. AND IN TERMS OF EDUCATION AND ENTERTAINMENT, THERE'S JUST NO SUBSTITUTE FOR THE REAL THING.))
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((DEL. WARD ARMSTRONG: DO WE REALLY NEED AN OFFICIAL STATE REPTILE? YEAH! MR. SPEAKER, LEGISLATING IS EASY. COMEDY IS TOUGH.)) Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.)) runs=:09