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A drug-bust in the Danville area nets a familiar face.
He's the suspect in an attempt on the life of a police officer who tried to search Marlowe Andre Farmer's home last year.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And we witness a success story: getting used computers into public schools. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, Don Mattingly quits the majors after 14 seasons, we'll take a look back at last night's ECHL all-star game, plus check in with today's happening in New Orleans,
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that among other things included a lot of milk drinking for Packers quarterback Brett Favre.
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Showers through the night then a breezy sunny day on the way. Forecast details ahead.

Drug-Bust


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tha
TAPE#96-102
GRAPHIC=Drug Bust Cocaine


A large- scale undercover drug investigation on the Southside ends in nearly 150- arrests.
For some this was their first brush with the law, but that wasn't the case for at least one suspect.
Double Boxes=Keith and Teresa/StarLink


Teresa Hamilton joins us from Pittsylvania County, where authorities have set up a command post outside Danville.
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Keith, the familiar face is that of Marlowe Andre Farmer.
You may remember Farmer as the man recently charged with shooting and wounding a Danville police officer who was attempting to search Farmer's home for drugs.
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Farmer was among the first suspects brought to Mount Herman Elementary where authorities set up a command post.
He was charged with attempted capital murder in November for allegedly shooting and wounding officer Dennis Haley in the neck.
When authorities arrested Farmer this time, he was free on bond.
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((MARLOW ANDRE FARMER:THEY OUGHT TO GO GET THE RIGHT PEOPLE, THAT'S WHAT THEY NEED TO DO, GET THE RIGHT PEOPLE, QUIT HARASSING PEOPLE EVERY DAY, YOU KNOW WHAT I'M SAYING. ))
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Ironically, the officer Farmer is charged with shooting wasn't far from the action.
Officer Haley was among the 150- federal, state and local police bringing in the long list of suspects.
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(Keith question: How many people have been picked up so far?)



Wythe-Drugs


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Drug Bust-Cocaine


Police in Wythe County today began arresting about 35 people who face a total of about 55 drug indictments.
Sheriff Wayne Pike characterized most of those charged as mid- level dealers.
He expects at least a dozen FEDERAL indictments against people suspected of HEAVY drug trafficking.
The Wythe County charges involve distribution and possession of drugs including cocaine, L-S-D, crack and methamphetamine.
Authorities conducted the year- long investigation with a 60 thousand- dollar state grant, which was recently renewed for another year.

Glasgow-Police


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#96-108
GRAPHIC=State Police Investigation


State police are investigating a report that a Glasgow town police officer used excessive force in a case of alleged domestic violence.
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Officer Leonard Stewart responded to the call in Rockbridge County earlier this month.
He arrested Gary Gibson, who was charged with resisting arrest and assaulting an officer.
During the arrest Gibson got a cut on his face requiring 9 stitches.
Stewart says he can't comment on the investigation.
He is still on active duty.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=State Police Investigation


When contacted by phone, Gibson said only: "I never touched him".
Town officials say they won't comment on the incident until the State Police report is finished.

Stump


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-91
GRAPHIC=Bill Stump


Militiaman Bill Stump may end up serving a sentence of more than two YEARS for his federal firearms violations.
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Last Spring the Marine Corps veteran was sentenced to two MONTHS in jail plus two months house arrest for possession of illegal silencers.
Now the Court of Appeals says Judge Jackson Kiser "abused his discretion" when he departed DOWNWARD from the sentencing guidelines that call for a minimum of 27 months.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Bill Stump


The appeals court sent the case back to Roanoke for another sentencing hearing.
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Still to come on News 7 at Six-- even those opposed to it acknowledge this will probably be the year Virginia gets a parental notification law on abortions--
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and their golden years are anything but "retiring"--we'll find out how one group is laboring to help a younger generation.
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Abortion


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-109
GRAPHIC=Abortion


It is the 24th anniversary of the Roe V. Wade decision that legalized abortion in the United States.
In Virginia, abortion rights supporters conceded they will lose their biggest battle in recent years.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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(( On the Roe V. Wade anniversary, the usual suspects staked out their usual turf.
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((SEN. MARK EARLEY: SINCE THAT TIME, SINCE 1973, OVER 33 MILLION UNBORN CHILDREN HAVE BEEN VICTIMS OF ABORTION.))
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((SEN. EMILY COURIC: TODAY IS A TIME OF RECOGNITION THAT GOVERNMENT HAS NO PLACE IN OUR BEDROOMS OR IN OUR DOCTOR'S OFFICES.))
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But the most meaningful abortion fight in the state house in years has been parental notification for minor abortions.
One quiet change this year is expected to make all the difference.
Senate clerk Susan Schaar has assigned the bill to a friendlier committee.
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((SEN. BO TRUMBO: I THINK THE MAKE-UP OF THE COURTS OF JUSTICE COMMITTEE WILL HELP IT IN ITS TRAVELS THROUGH THE SYSTEM. NOW WHETHER OR NOT WHEN IT GETS TO THE FLOOR OR WHEN IT GETS OVER TO THE HOUSE. THEY'RE DIFFERENT ANIMALS OVER THERE.))
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But it's biggest opponent, Planned Parenthood, expects the bill will pass, Governor George Allen will happily sign it, and it will become law.
That reality overshadowed an abortion rights rally on the capitol grounds today.
So abortion opponents are already on to their next fight: a ban on late term abortions.
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((DEL. BOB MARSHALL: HIS LITTLE FINGERS WERE CLASPING TOGETHER. HE WAS KICKING HIS FEET. THE DOCTOR TOOK A PAIR OF SCISSORS AND INSERTED THEM INTO THE BACK OF THE BABY'S HEAD.))
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((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM: I'LL HAVE TO TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT IT, BUT I THINK PRETTY MUCH VIRGINIA'S LAWS ARE PRETTY STRICT ON THIRD TRIMESTER ABORTIONS, WHEREBY YOU HAVE TO HAVE TWO DOCTORS CERTIFY THAT THERE'S A DANGER TO THE LIFE OR THE HEALTH OF THE MOTHER.))
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Neither abortion measure has been debated yet in committee.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Mason-Dixon


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-101
GRAPHIC=News 7 Poll


Governor Allen's job performance rating continues to rise.
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According to the most recent News- 7 Mason Dixon Poll... 65- percent of Virginia voters say the governor is doing either a good or excellent job running the state.
That's 7 points higher than his approval rate in September.
The survey also revealed that voters wouldn't mind paying a six- percent sales tax... if that meant the end of PERSONAL PROPERTY tax on vehicles.
Statewide, 57- percent of voters are in favor of the idea while only 28- percent are opposed.
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L'burg-Council


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-107
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg City Seal


Lynchburg is looking for some federal help in renovating its old train station and the surrounding neighborhood.
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City council today indicated it would apply for a three million dollar federal grant to help pay for the project.
Amtrak officials also may be willing to kick in another 250- thousand dollars.
The Kemper Street station project was a personal favorite of former councilman Junius Haskins, who grew up in that neighborhood.
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((BOB WHITE/LYNCHBURG CITY PLANNER: JUNIUS HASKINS WAS VERY MUCH A BIG PART OF THIS AND THIS IS EXACTLY THE TYPE OF THING THAT HE SPOKE OF AND WORKED TOWARDS ALL HIS LIFE, SO THIS IS VERY MUCH SOMETHING THAT COUNCILMAN HASKINS WANTS US TO CONTINUE TO PUSH.))
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Haskins died last week after meeting with Amtrak officials in Washington.
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Haskins


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Junius Haskins


Ward Two residents interested in filling Haskins' spot on council have until January 31st to file an application.
City council has 30 days to appoint someone to serve out the remainder of Haskins' term, which comes up for re-election in May of 1998.
The Lynchburg Voters League says it has several candidates in mind, and may make a recommendation in a few days.

Local-Food-Lion


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#96-99
GRAPHIC=Lawsuit


Food Lion won a multi-million dollar victory in its legal battle with ABC.
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Today a jury ordered A-B-C to pay Food Lion five-and-a-half million dollars in punitive damages.
The jury had found the network defrauded the grocery chain by sending undercover cameras inside grocery stores for a Prime Time Live broadcast about poor sanitation practices.
Washington and Lee professor Lou Hodges testified in the trial, in defense of A-B-C's undercover work.
He says he expects the fight to continue in appeals courts for several years.
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((LOU HODGES/W&L PROFESSOR; SO I DON'T THINK THERE WILL BE AN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ON THE WAY JOURNALISTS CONDUCT THEMSELVES, THOUGH I'M SURE THAT ALL INVESTIGATIVE TEAMS HAVE KEPT A VERY CLOSE EYE ON THIS LAWSUIT.))
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Hodges says undercover reporting, when used with caution, has served the public well for a long time.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#=None
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Stocks turned in a mixed performance today, with the Blue Chips taking the hardest hits.
The Dow DROPPED 34 points.
NASDAQ was UP 11 points.
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Elfun-Society


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#96-106
GRAPHIC=Computers


Most computers are out- of- date before they're out of the box, but that doesn't mean they lose their usefulness overnight.
Joe Dashiell reports on a program that's putting used computers back to work in the classroom.
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((Students at Elliston- Lafayette Elementary School have plenty of work at their fingertips.
Donations of equipment allowed the school expand a computer lab.
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((DENISE ELISA BOYLE/ELLISTON-LAFAYETTE PRINCIPAL: AND THAT BECAME A GOOD FOCAL POINT FOR OUR SCHOOL BECAUSE ALL OF OUR CHILDREN GRADES K THROUGH FIVE ARE ABLE TO USE THE LAB EVERY SINGLE DAY.))
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Members of the Elfun Society saw the value of computers in the classroom when they helped establish a lab at Glen Cove Elementary in Roanoke County in 1988.
And four years ago, the service organization set out to transform used computers into useful classroom tools.
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((JIM GRIMES/ELFUN SOCIETY: IT'S THE SOFTWARE THAT DRIVES THE NEED TO INCREASE IN MEMORY SIZE AND SPEED AND THAT SORT OF THING, SO A LOT OF THE SOFTWARE WRITTEN FOR EDUCATION RUNS ON SLOWER COMPUTERS.))
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Set up in a corner of a General Electric building in Salem, the group has refurbished computers donated by GE, Shenandoah Life, First Union, Norfolk Southern, and others.
15- 20 Volunteers, mostly GE retirees, have donated thousands of hours to refurbish 13- hundred computers.
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((WE'RE NOT DOING IT BECAUSE WE'RE GOODY, GOODY. WE'RE DOING IT BECAUSE WE ENJOY IT. AS I SAID WE'RE JUST GRUMPY OLD MEN WORKING TOGETHER, DOING WHAT WE LIKE HELPING TEACHERS TEACH THE KIDS.))
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Joe Dashiell News 7))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Coming your way tonight in sports a buffet full of Super Bowl 31 tidbits plus, Don Mattingly officially retires after 14 years as a Yankee,
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Plus, we'll take a look back at last night's East Coast Hockey League all-star game in Charlotte.
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S-Favre


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB96-4
GRAPHIC=SUPER BOWL


Another day of hype, practice, playtime and awards in New Orleans as the countdown to Super Bowl 31 rolls on.
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Two-time NFL Most Valuable player Brett Favre picked up yet another piece of hardware today as he was given the FootAction player of the year award in balloting done nationwide by the fans.
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Favre also spent part of today shooting a commercial for what else but Milk.
Besides getting a milk moustache he joked around striking the poses often found in the old time football cards.
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S-Parcells


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#RS96-1
GRAPHIC=SUPER BOWL


New England head coach Bill Parcells, who reportedly will leave the Patriots after Sunday's game to take over the Jets, met the media today team owner Bob Kraft.
He would only say the two plan to discuss the future sometime Monday.
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((BILL PARCELLS/NEW ENGLAND HEAD COACH:))
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S-Sony


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s6-22
GRAPHIC=NONE
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SUPER=03-New Orleans, LA; :00


While Parcells has been the big distraction this week, this was the way two players let off some steam.
Green Bay's Edgar Bennett played New England's Terry Glenn for Super Bowl supremacy on Sony Playstation's "Game Day 97".
And despite this Drew Bledsoe TD pass to Vincent Brisby the Packers and Bennett were able to beat the Patriots 22-to-6.
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S-Coke


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB96-3
GRAPHIC=super bowl


One person from Southwest Virginia is heading to the game courtesy of Coke.
And if the luck of the draw is on his side he will going to the game free of charge forever.
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SUPER=03-Dallas, TX/September 17, 1996; :00


You may remember back in September that Troy Aikman and Coke announced their Red Zone contest, in which Coke would give one lucky fans Super Bowl tickets for life.
Well, Harold Lester a 22-year old student at Emory & Henry, who lives in Glade Spring is in New Orleans for this week's game,
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He is one of six finalists to win the lifetime passes.
He will know tomorrow when Coke holds a drawing at the SuperDome.

S-Mattingly


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-23
GRAPHIC=YANKEES


In New York this afternoon 35 year old Don Mattingly officially retired after 14 years in a Yankee uniform.
The six-time all-star says his mind was willing, but his body wasn't.
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((DON MATTINGLY/RETIRES FROM BASEBALL:))
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S-Sullivan


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=Chip Sullivan


Chip Sullivan has made the field for his second PGA event.
At 1:30 MOUNTAIN time today, Sullivan found out he will play in the Phoenix Open which begins tomorrow.
Chip was initially bumped from the tournament by a non exempt player who finished in the top 10 the week before at the Bob Hope Classic.
Today, Scott VerPlank, another Tour regular, dropped out and Chip was added to the field.
Also, Sullivan is negotiating a 60 thousand dollar endorsement deal with the Goldwin Golf Company.

S-ECHL


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ICE-96
GRAPHIC=ECHL


The East Coast Hockey League all-star game drew a record crowd of over 7000 last night in Charlotte as the defending league champion Checkers beat a collection of stars from throughout the league.
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SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC/ECHL All-Star Game; :00


Checkers assistant coach Shawn Wheeler came out of retirement last night to skate for Charlotte.
But it was darcy Mitani that caused a lot of the trouble as he scored 2 goals including this one in the first period.
Roanoke's lone representative in the game, Jeff Jablonski scored late in the first period, putting back his own miss.
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But David Brosseau tallied two scores for the Checkers as they win the game 7-to-6 on their home ice.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=ICE-97
GRAPHIC=Express logo


The Express, which initially had the day off from practice, voted to hit the hard water today.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/This Morning; :00


Roanoke hosts Raleigh this Friday. The team is fighting through a 3 game losing streak.
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S-UVa


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#VF96-1
GRAPHIC=UVA LOGO


The Virginia Cavaliers swing back into action tonight at University Hall against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
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The Cavs come into the game with an 11-and-6 overall mark after dropping their last two ACC games on the road.
Harold Deane returns from his one game suspension tonight for the 7:30 tipoff.
The game is not televised but we wil have highlights for this evening at 10 o'clock on News 7 PrimeTime over on WEFC.
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S-ACC


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=ACC LOGO


Your hometown station will have the ACC game of the week for you tomorrow night at eight o'clock
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pinnacle page (18085) at-- as Wake Forest invades Death Valley to battle the Clemson Tigers inside Littlejohn Coliseum. The Tigers are ranked second in the nation with a 12 games winning streak. Wake is now fourth after losing to Maryland on Sunday.
Again catch the ACC at 8, tomorrow night right here on WDBJ-7.
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Promo
ANCHOR=Keith
(toss to Jean)
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#Promo


Many of us have at one time or another found themselves in need of some roadside help.
Your car gets stuck in a ditch on a snowy day-- or perhaps a fender bender with another car.
Either way, drivers must often call a tow truck-- and the cost can be significant.
Double Boxes=Keith and Jean/Newsroom


But Jean Jadhon tells us the costs are just as pricey for tow truck operators themselves.
Live=Jean Full/Newsroom
SUPER=@Jean1;


Keith, most people aren't aware of
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what the operators pay for tags, insurance, and equipment.
A small wrecker can cost as much as 400- hundred thousand dollars.
Tonight, we'll talk with tow truck drivers,
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and find out the story behind their fees, tonight on News 7 at 11. Keith?
Talent=Keith


And to catch the late news one hour earlier. Take Prime Time Board Fullscreen
Watch News 7 Prime Time on W-E-F-C.
In Christiansburg it's on Cable Channel 12. And don't forget to tune in to News 7 at 11, right here on W-D-B-J. Talent=Keith