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TONIGHT ON NEWS-7 PRIMETIME...
STEVEN LEFTWICH TELLS THE JURY HIS SIDE OF THE STORY...HE SAYS HE WAS ATTACKED BY POLICE, FOR NO REASON.
A CALIFORNIA JURY WILL BEGIN IT'S FIRST FULL DAY OF DELIBERATIONS TOMORROW IN THE CASE AGAINST O-J SIMPSON. ))
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top-story


ANCHOR=Connie
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TOP STORY GRAPHIC 11004
It's TUESDAY January 28th- our Top Story
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last bite in 6pm xgr pkg ((MIKE FARRIS/HOME SCHOOL LEGAL DEFENSE ASSOC.: I BELIEVE THAT THOSE WHO RIGIDLY AND UNREASONABLY HAVE OPPOSED PARENTAL RIGHTS IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ARE GOING TO BE THE LOSERS IN THE LONG RUN, BECAUSE THIS IS AN ISSUE THAT WILL NOT GO AWAY.))
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The Virginia Senate narrowly defeats a parental rights amendment.
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P-XGR


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#597-01
SS=n7pt


Good Evening, You're watching NEWS-7 Primetime on WEFC.
I'm Connie Stevens.
GRAPHIC=session 97


The controversial measure went down on a 21 to 19 vote this afternoon.
Ellen Qualls followed the Senate's heated debate in Richmond.
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SUPER=01-Sen. Charles Waddell/(D) Loudoun; :00
SUPER=01-Sen. Janet Howell/(D) Reston; :22
SUPER=01-Sen. Bill Bolling/(R) Hanover; :34
SUPER=01-Mike Farris/Home School Legal Defense Assoc.; :53
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((
sot 13:36:04

((SEN. CHARLES WADDELL: TO APPROVE THIS CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT IS A DANGEROUS AND EVEN RECKLESS ACTION BY THIS BODY.))
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That's the Democratic line.
Establishing the fundamental right of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children would mean chaos in schools, immunization programs, libraries, counseling centers, and child abuse investigations around Virginia.
sot 13:51:48 EARL

((SEN. JANET HOWELL: WHERE IS THE CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AMENDMENT? WHERE IS THE AMENDMENT THAT SAYS CHILDREN HAVE A RIGHT TO BE PROTECTED FROM CRUEL AND ABUSING PARENTS?))
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sot 13:58:25 EARL

((SEN. BILL BOLLING/R-HANOVER: WE'VE HEARD HERE TODAY THAT THE PASSAGE OF THIS AMENDMENT WOULD UNLEASH THE PARENTS OF VIRGINIA TO COMMIT ALL TYPES OF PHYSICAL ABUSE ON THEIR CHILDREN. ALMOST AS IF THEY'RE LYING IN WAIT.))
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So now there's a promise from 1993's Republican candidate for lieutenant governor .. who unveiled a poll showing the amendment --
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((MIKE FARRIS/HOME SCHOOL LEGAL DEFENSE ASSOC.: HAS OVERWHELMING SUPPORT IN VIRGINIA. AND I THINK WILL HAVE TREMENDOUS IMPACT ON THE 1997 ELECTIONS IF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DOESN'T SEE FIT TO PASS IT IN BOTH HOUSES.))
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P-Simpson


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#net-a
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT


It's all over but the verdict.
The jury now has the case in O.J. Simpson's civil trial.
The jurors began two hours of deliberations before adjourning for the night--
They got the case after a highly emotional rebuttal argument-- and about 40 minutes of instructions from the judge.
Jurors must decide whether Simpson was responsible for the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman-- and if so, what financial penalty he must pay.
Deliberations are scheduled to resume tomorrow morning.
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P-Leftwich


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#596-44
GRAPHIC=leftwich


Roanoke police say Steven Leftwich was the agressor during a fight in downtown Roanoke a year ago.
Today in court, Leftwich told his side of the story.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Steven Leftwich says he didn't attack police, or provoke the officers.
But they attacked him, he says-- for no reason.
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((STEVEN LEFTWICH/DEFENDANT; I WAS GETTING BEAT AT THE SAME TIME WITH THE CHOKEHOLD, AND I COULD FEEL THAT AND I JUST SAID THERE'S TOO MANY OF THEM, I CAN'T GET LOOSE SO I SAID A PRAYER, I SAID LORD JUST DON'T LET ME DIE.))
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VO-NAT


Leftwich admitted drinking several beers that night, but denied using any drugs.
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((ANN GARDNER/PROSECUTOR; ANY KIND OF ILLEGAL DRUG? LEFTWICH; NO GARDNER; NEAR THE TIME THAT THE OFFICER STOPPED YOU? LEFTWICH; NO GARDNER; DO YOU SMOKE MARIJUANA? LEFTWICH; OCCASIONALLY...))
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


Closing arguments begin tomorrow, then the case will go to the jury.


P-fRITO-LAY


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=AMO
TAPE#597-06
GRAPHIC=FRITO LAY


Frito Lay answers about a hundred job inquiries EVERY day for its plant in Lynchburg--but it isn't even open yet.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/May 2, 1996;


A lot has changed, though since the Hill City welcomed the snack food giant to the area last spring.
SUPER=04-Today;


Now on this 100-acre tract of land is a 400-thousand square foot building-- soon to be the newest Frito Lay processing facility.
Today Lynchburg city council members and civic leaders were invited to check out the dramatic progress.
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IN Q=As you can

((BOB REVAY/FRITO- LAY: AS YOU CAN SEE BY THE FLOOR, ROOFING INSTALLATION IS NOT YET COMPLETE, BUT WE'RE WORKING ON IT, AS MUCH AS WE CAN IN BETWEEN THE WEATHER RIGHT NOW.))
SUPER=01-Bob Revay/Frito Lay;
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VO-NAT


The 150-million dollar project is expected to employee 800 people.
Pre-training is already underway for some positions at Central Virginia Community College.
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((BELLE WHEELAN/CVCC PRESIDENT: IN ADDITION TO THE ECONOMIC BOOST THAT IT'S GOING TO BRING TO ALL KINDS OF BUSINESSES, IT'S JUST EXCITING TO HAVE ANOTHER NATIONALLY NAMED PRODUCT THAT'S GOING TO BE HERE.))
SUPER=01-Belle Wheelan/CVCC President;
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OUT Q=to be here.
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VO-NAT


Frito Lay says most of the employees won't be hired for another six months.
The plant is expected to start making chips and other snacks by next summer.
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Straight ahead on NEWS-7 Primetime...President Clinton says you can balance the budget and save schools at the same time.
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Plus Congressman BOb Goodlatte shares his experiences on the Hill with some Roanoke County students. The story when NEWS-7 Primetime returns.
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WEFC!!!
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P-Clinton


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#net-e
GRAPHIC=clinton


President Clinton today promised to make increased spending for education a top priority for his second term, but he was short on details.
He also had little to say about questions over his campaig financing.
Lee Cowan reports.
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((
The talk in Washington is over money.
Where it's being spent, who's spending it, how it's being raised...and where most of it will go duringthe next fiscal year.
A hint of the president's budget priorities came from the first few words, of Mr. Clinton's first press conference since the innauguration.
Key word: education. THESE PROPOSALS WILL MOVE US MUCH CLOSER TO OUR COMMON NATIONAL GOAL. AN AMERICAN WHERE EVERY EIGHT YEAR OLD CAN READ, WHERE EVERY 12 YEAR OLD CAN LOG ONTO THE INTERNET.
As part of a budget proposal set for release next week, the President hopes to increase spending for education by nearly three billion dollars....with an emphasis on technology in the classrooms.
But just as quickly as the president brought education up...he put it aside, to address the growing skepticism about campaign fundraising tactics. EVERY ONE OF US WHO HAS PARTICIPATED IN THIS SYSTEM EVEN IF WE DID IT BECAUSE WE THOUGHT WE HAD TO DO IT TO SURVIVE OR TO JUST KEEP UP HAS TO TAKE SOME RESPONSIBLITY FOR ITS EXCESSES AND I TAKE MINE.
Criticism has come from all sides over millions of dollars worth of campaign funds raised for his re-election bid.
And there are even more questions raised over coffees at the White House, one in particular, attended by the president, members of the banking industry, and perhaps, improperly, the nation's top banking regulator.
It's a trouble spot that dogged the president during the last few weeks of his campaign....and that dog hasn't gone away. I DON'T THINK THERE'S ANYTHING WRONG WITH RAISING MONEY FOR THE POLITICAL PROCESS. THE PROBLEM IS, IT IS THE VOLUME OF MONEY, THE AMOUNT OF MONEY, THE TIME IT TAKES TO RAISE, THE INEVETIBLE QUESTIONS THAT ARE RAISED. standup
There were questions about a balanced budget amendment...of welfare reform proposals, bi-partisan cooperation, and the health of russian President Boris Yeltsin....a high volum of questions...a low output of new information.
Lee Cowan, CBS News, the White House.))

P-Goodlatte


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#596-45
GRAPHIC=goodlatte


Republican Congressman Bob Goodlatte says Newt Gingrich was wrong to violate House ethics rules--
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But the Sixth District representative says the house speaker was the victim of too many "frivolous" charges.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Goodlatte was in Roanoke County, speaking to Northside Middle School students about government.
While he hopes the historic case sets a new standard for filing ethics charges, he says Gingrich's violations warranted punishment.
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((REP. BOB GOODLATTE: I THINK THEY WERE SERIOUS FROM THE STANDPOINT THAT THEY CAUSED A GOOD DEAL OF DISRUPTION, AND COST THE COMMITTEES A SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT OF MONEY TO INVESTIGATE FURTHER TO FIND OUT WHETHER THE STATEMENTS HE'D MADE WERE ACCURATE OR NOT, AND AS A RESULT, I THINK THE PUNISHMENT OF HAVING TO PAY SOME MONEY BACK IS APPROPRIATE. ))
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VO-NAT


Goodlatte says he's optimistic that Congress is getting closer to balancing the budget and reforming Medicare.
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P-Amtrak


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-02
GRAPHIC=l'burg seal


Lynchburg City Council is staying on track when it comes to renovating a train station.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/File Tape;


Council voted unanimously to apply for federal funds to restore the city's old Amtrak station.
Plans call for refurbishing the building and sprucing up the grounds to make the area more attractive to retail businesses.
Lynchburg's hoping three million dollars in transportation money will pay for the project.
Amtrak has indicated it is willing to contribute a quarter million dollars.
It could be another year before the city knows whether the money will be available.
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ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#97-08
GRAPHIC=Singer Furniture


The Singer Company may soon get out of the furniture business altogether.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape;


Less than a year ago it announced the closing of its Roanoke plant.
Last month it restructured even further, cutting jobs in North Carolina.
Now the company says it lost 20- million- dollars in its fourth quarter.
It blames the shortfall on its furniture division.
It says for that reason it may have to shut it down.
But some Singer Furniture executives are looking at another option.
They're considering whether to buy the division and spin it off into an independent company.
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Tonight on Primetime Sports- the Virginia Tech Hokies had a tall order to fill-- playing the number two nation on the road.
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VO-NAT


First on health Check-- Lab work by drug company researchers could lead to a whole new approach of stopping the flu dead in it's tracks.
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WEFC!!!
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P-Schewel


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#596-43
GRAPHIC=schewell


Elliot Schewel and his wife Rosell (Roe-ZELL) made a two- million dollar gift to Lynchburg College and Randolph Macon Woman's College.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/March 1995;


Elliot Schewel represented Lynchburg in the state senate for 20- years. He served on the Randolph Macon Board of Trustees for fifteen.
Rosel Schewel earned graduate degrees from Lynchburg College, worked as an associate professor there, and now serves on the school's Board of Trustees.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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The Schewels say they feel privileged to support two colleges that have meant so much to them and to the Lynchburg community.
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ANCHOR=Connie


THere's more News-7 Primetime straight ahead right here on WEFC. cc sponsor go to break

P-Flu


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-09
GRAPHIC=flu


Human tests will soon begin on a chemical compound that may not just treat-- but PREVENT-- the flu.
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VO-NAT


Researchers at California's Gilead Sciences say they've already found it cures influenza in lab animals.
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((NORBERT BISCHOFBERGER/GILEAD SCIENCES: WHEN THIS COMPOUND WAS GIVEN TO INFECTED FERRETS, THE SYMPTOMS RESOLVED WITHIN A DAY. ))
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It's also given orally-- making it easier for patients to take.
Influenza viruses have an enzyme on their surface that acts like a glue, attaching them to cells to produce more flu virus.
This new drug blocks that enzyme so the flu viruses can't attach to the target cells.
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((IF YOU BLOCK THIS ENZYME WITH THIS COMPOUND,THE VIRUS IS BASICALLY CRIPPLED.))
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VO-NAT


Scientists say they aren't ready to declare the substance a "magic bullet" for the flu-- but do say it shows great promise.
Testing could take a few years, so it may be a while before the F-D-A reviews the compound-- known now simply as GS 41-04.
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cool-video


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#cool video
SUPER=x5042; Video of the Day Load
SUPER=x5045; Start Motion
GRAPHIC=News-7 primetime


For our video pick tonight-- more dramatic shots of the flooding in Northern California.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=75-Manteca, CA; :


It has become a waiting game along the San Joaquin (Wah-keen) River-- as the rescued cows are a testement to.
Repair crews are still working to close the main breaks that snapped levees and flooded some 25-thousand acres in the county earlier this month.
Still the flood waters are rising through the holes in the levees-- and as you can see, the rescuers have their work cut out for them.
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Sp-Score


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-23
GRAPHIC=PRIMETIME BIG


Tonight on Primetime sports, the Hokies get dumped by the Deacons in Winston-Salem.
UVa is taking on the Wolfpack tonight, and Ferrum is playing its best ball of the season.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;:00


The Roundhouse is quiet tonight, but tomorrow Roanoke will skate against Knoxville at seven.
The game was postponed from tonight because of some refrigeration problems.
SUPER=03-New Orleans;


The New Orleans Saints named MIke Ditka their new head football coach today. He averaged 10 wins a season in Chicago.
SUPER=03-Concord, NC/January 7;


And NASCAR mogul Rick Hendrick reveled today that he is battling Leukemia.
Now let's check the scores.
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State/28//Virginia/27/2/On WDBJ/;
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Southern/79//Radford/73///j/UNC-Greensboro/80//Liberty/64//Women/;
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State/59///;
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SUPER=0098-j/Xavier #20/91//Rhode Island/79////Texas #23/56//Baylor/52/2//;
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Rouge/0/3//;
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SP-Tech


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#tb97-1
GRAPHIC=tech hoops


The Virginia Tech Hokies traveled down 220 to Winston-Salem tonight to battle second ranked Wake Forest in a game that was anything but a game.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Winston-Salem, NC/HTS; :00


Head coach Bill Foster knew he would have his hands full with Tim Duncan, but he did not expect Jerry Goolsby to light up the sky with 3 straight three pointers in the first ten minutes to give Wake a 23-to-8 lead.
Duncan would then rear his head with the block on the defensive end, beat everybody else down the floor, and convert on the offensive end for 2 of his 12 points. Ace Custis would nail this three pointer late in the first half, but the Hokies still trailed 30-to-17 at halftime.
Wake went up by as many as 24 in the second half, and this play says it all. Duncan at 6-11, leads the break dribbling through the defense and passing the
ball to Joe Amonett, then getting it back SUPER=33-Virginia Tech/44/Wake
Forest #2/61;

and getting the assist to Jerry Braswell, as the Demon Deacons pound the Hokies 61-to-44. Tech is now 10-and-9.
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SP-UVa


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#VB97-1
GRAPHIC=UVA LOGO


The Virginia Cavaliers are hosting N.C. State in an ACC game at University Hall tonight.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Charlottesville/N.C. State vs. Virginia; :00


Neither team shot well in the first half of this game, but Curtis Staples was able to knock down this three pointer to cut the State lead to 9-to-8.
Staples would later shoot UVa into the lead in the first half 10 minutes with this 2 pointer.
Jamal Robinson, starting in place of the injured Courtney Alexander then gets the old fashioned three point play. UVa lead 13-to-9 with six to go.
SUPER=33-N.C. State/28/Virginia/27/Second Half;


State Justin Gaffney would break an 11 minute drought for the pack with this Hoop and right now State leads it 28 to 27 in the second half. You can catch the end of this game over on WDBJ.
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SP-Ferrum


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=BB97-3
GRAPHIC=Ferrum


The Ferrum Panthers have been red hot of late winning 6 of their last 8 games.
Steve Mason has more on their success under first year coach Larry Mangino.
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SUPER=01-Michael Hunter/13.4 Points per Game Average; :19
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SUPER=01-Larry Mangino/Ferrum Head Coach; :38
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SUPER=01-Marcus Toney/Ferrum Guard; 1:09
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((The local stars are out in Ferrum. One time Alleghany Mountaineer Michael Hunter is the teams second leading scorer and Magna Vista's own Marcus Toney is averaging 12.9 points a contest. Two reasons the cats are at times driving opposing coaches to do crazy things. ((MICHAEL:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((LARRY:))
Former Patrick Henry Patriot Blue Cook is a prime example. he's one of 11 players Mangino uses but is not a regular starter. Last night, he scored a team high 20. ((BLUE:))
The Panthers won 11 games last season. Larry Mangino, who took over in June, already has 10 wins with at least 8 games still to play this year.
2 and 2 in Dixie Conference play, Ferrum hopes to return to the 1992 form where the cats won the conference regular season and tournament titles ((:))
Ferrum hosts conference rival Shenandoah Thursday. Steve Mason News 7 sports.)) ((
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P-Kicker


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE# NET-F
GRAPHIC=us postal service


The Postal Service is honoring the nation's first black general.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC; :


The Benjamin O. Davis commemorative stamp was released today.
Retired General Colin Powell and Davis' son Benjamin Junior, who is also a retired Air Force general, attended the commemoration.
Davis fought in two wars and rose from Army private to general in 1940.
In World War Two, he served as special adviser to the European Theater commander.
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preview-boards


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#bds
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There's more news--coming up in 30-minutes...Here's what we're working on for NEWS-7 at 11 over on WDBJ-7.
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SUPER=76-School Consolidating?


Consolidation was the topic for debate in Rockbridge County...
SUPER=77-To Build or Not To...

As Buena Vista grapples with building a new school or consolidating with the rest of the County.
SUPER=78-In the Minority;


Plus, we'll introduce you to Heather Cash-- a young woman on the WRESTLING team at James River High School.
SUPER=x5025; Coming up at 11 Stop
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE

Primetime, goodnight. Joe Dashiell will be along in half an hour--Thanks for watching NEWS-7