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(( TONIGHT ON NEWS-7 PRIMETIME... THE MAN WHO DUBBED HIMSELF THE "PHANTOM AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER--" WILL NOT GET ANOTHER COURT HEARING.
IN RICHMOND THE SENATE MAKES FAST WORK OF THE PARENTAL NOTIFICATION BILL. ))
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TOP STORY GRAPHIC 11004
It's Monday February Third-- our Top Story
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((RATHER THAN GOING IN AND SAYING THAT IS WHAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU, WE LISTENED TO OUR CITIZENS AND FOUND WHAT IS THE BEST SOLUTION FOR THEM. ))
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VO-NAT


Roanoke City Council gives the okay to a buyout plan for Garden City residents who live in areas prone to flooding.
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P-Garden-City


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#96-105
SS=n7pt


Good Evening, You're watching NEWS-7 Primetime on WEFC.
I'm Connie Stevens.
SS=roanoke City


Flood damage in the summer of 1995 encouraged Roanoke officials and Garden City residents to work together.
SS=flood relief


Forty properties sustaining heavy damage are part of a voluntary buy-out
Joe Dashiell reports on today's developments.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/June 28, 1995; :00
SUPER=01-Bill Clark/Roanoke Public Works Director; :09
SUPER=@Joe2; :27
SUPER=01-Linda Wyatt/Roanoke City Council; :42
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((Heavy Rains and fast water have been frequent visitors to Garden City... but the flooding that occurred on June 28th, 1995 was especially damaging.
SOT 15:02:57
IN Q=The Garden City neighborhood

((BILL CLARK/PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR: THE GARDEN CITY NEIGHBORHOOD EXPERIENCED OVER FOUR INCHES OF RAIN IN ABOUT A ONE HOUR TIME FRAME. A STORM CLOUD JUST SAT OVER THAT VALLEY AND DUMPED. AND WATER TO A DEPTH AND VELOCITY THIS COMMUNITY HADN'T SEEN BEFORE.))
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With a combination of federal, state and local money... the city is now moving to purchase and demolish more than 40 buildings located in the flood plain.
It's a voluntary program. No one will be forced to move from their homes.
City Council member Linda Wyatt says it's been a long time coming.
SOT 15:40:33
IN Q=The citizens

((LINDA WYATT/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: THE CITIZENS IN GARDEN CITY ARE TO BE COMMENDED. THEY WORKED WITH THE CITY GOVERNMENT TO MAKE GOOD POSITIVE SOLUTIONS. I DIDN'T GET ONE ANGRY OR HOSTILE WORD FROM ANYBODY. THEY JUST WANTED HELP AND THE CITY RESPONDED AND THEY RESPONDED IN KIND BY BEING PROBLEM SOLVERS INSTEAD OF PROBLEM DELIVERERS.))
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OUT Q=instead of problem deliverers.


The property must be assessed by independent appraisers, before the city will make any offers to owners.
And residents who decide to move will be able to negotiate the timing of their departure, but city officials say the first residents could be heading for higher ground within six months.
Joe Dashiell news 7 Roanoke))

P-Simpson


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#net-a
GRAPHIC=none
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Santa Monica, CA; :


O.J. Simpson's attorneys have lost their latest effort to end his wrongful death case.
The judge today rejected a bid for a mistrial-- stemming from the dismissal of a juror Friday.
The re-configured jury had its first full day of deliberations in the civil case today.
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SOT 16:47:15
IN Q=At the very

((LUKE MCKISACK/ATTORNEY: AT THE VERY MINIMUM THE FACT THAT THEY HAVE TO DO IT AGAIN, AND LISTEN TO THEMSELVES, LIKE AN ECHO OF WHAT THEY SAID FOR SEVERAL DAYS, THAT'S GOT TO BE VERY TAXING ON THE HUMAN SPIRIT. I THINK THEY NEEDED THE WEEKEND TO GET TO TODAY. BECAUSE THEY LOOKED DRAINED ON FRIDAY.))
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****CONNIE AUDIO ON CART*****
Meantime as the wait for a verdict continues-- t-shirts worn on the courthouse steps are becoming more graphic....and games played on the lawn more gruesome.
Scrabble players say they're playing the Simpson way-- with allowable words like DNA, Blood, Gloves and Liar.
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SOT 16:47:04
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((WE CHEATED! WE DID IT THE O.J. WAY.))
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P-Bocook


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Khu
TAPE#97-1
GRAPHIC=Rodney Bocook


Rodney Bo-cook-- the "phantom air traffic controller" will not get another chance to argue his case in court.
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VO-NAT


A federal judge says there's "no basis for him to reconsider" the eight- year sentence he gave Bocook for terrorizing pilots trying to take off and land in Roanoke.
In an interview last year with the 30-year old convict at the federal prison in Beckley, West Virginia, Bocook said one of the prosecutors assured him he would serve no more than TWO years.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


Judge Samuel Wilson points out Bocook told the court- -under oath- -that no one had made any promises to him other than those in the written plea agreement.

P-Arson


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=ARSON


A 21-year old Roanoke man has been indicted for setting half a dozen fires in his own southeast neighborhood.
Douglas Ray Letchford is accused- -in one case- -with torching a shed.
The rest of the buildings were houses, and at least one was occupied when the fire started.
Nobody got hurt.
The other houses set ablaze in November and December on Stewart and Dale Avenues Southeast were UNoccupied.
Letchford has no RECORD of setting fires.
The motive is unclear.

P-Pot-bust


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=tal
TAPE#596-43
GRAPHIC=drug bust (pot)


A van load of marijuana heading for Richmond was confiscated in Wytheville today.
Two men from Texas were detoured when a sheriff's deputy pulled them over on I-81.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Wytheville;


The officer suspected a drunk driver when he stopped the vehicle.
When the two men inside gave conflicting stories, he called for a drug- sniffing dog to search the van.
The search turned up about 40 pounds of pot, packaged in dryer sheets, plastic wrap and moth balls.
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SOT 10:55:07
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((WAYNE PIKE/WYTHE CO. SHERIFF: THIS IS THE THIRD TIME IN LESS THAN A YEAR WE'VE INTERDICTED OR INTERCEPTED A LARGE LOAD OF ILLEGAL DRUGS. TWO OTHER VANS LOADED HEAVILY WITH IT. ))
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VO-NAT


The suspects face various state and federal drug and weapons charges.
They're each being held on 50 thousand dollars bond.
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Ahead in the newscast- now that V-M-I is admitting women, what's in store for the V-WIL program at Mary Baldwin College?
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VO-NAT


And for years the bridge that spans the James River in Eagle Rock has been deemed unsafe-- but some residents are hoping there's an alternative to tearing it down.
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P-Parent-Notice


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-110
GRAPHIC=SESSION 97


It took two decades to get it to the floor-- Virginia's Senate passed it in ten minutes.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


Only those against parental notification for minor abortions bothered to speak.
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SOT 13:32:17 EARL TAPE
IN Q=In the past

((SEN. JANET HOWELL: IN THE PAST, MR. PRESIDENT, I HAVE VOTED FOR A PARENTAL NOTIFICATION BILL. I DID IT FOR A BILL THAT I VIEWED AS COMPASSIONATE. THIS BILL MR. PRESIDENT IS PUNITIVE.))
SOT 13:38:16 EARL TAPE

((SEN. JANE WOODS: IT PAINS ME NOT TO BE ABLE TO VOTE FOR THIS BILL, BUT THIS BILL DOES NOT WORK FOR FAMILIES THROUGHOUT THE COMMONWEALTH.))
SUPER=01-Sen. Janet Howell/(D) Reston; :00
SUPER=01-Sen. Jane Woods/(R) Fairfax; :12
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OUT Q=the Commonwealth.
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VO-NAT


But on a 26 to 14 vote, the bill passed.
If the same version passes House scrutiny, Governor Allen says he's eager to sign it into law.
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P-XGR


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=equ
TAPE#596-45
GRAPHIC=SESSION 97


In other news from Richmond-- legislators mulled over what to do with Mary Baldwin's V-WIL program now that Virginia Military Institute will soon be going co-ed.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


The House Appropriations Committee is pushing to phase out the Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership at Mary Baldwin over a four year period.
But Senate budget writers have stuck with the Governor -- providing full funding.
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SOT TAPE ONE 02:15:11
IN Q=I don't

((SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS/R-CHATHAM: I DON'T THINK THAT HAS BEEN GIVEN ENOUGH OPPORTUNITY TO BE ABLE DETERMINE THE VIABILITY OF THAT PROGRAM OR NOT. AND JUST TO THROW IT OUT BECAUSE OF THAT SCHOOL DECISION I THINK WOULD BE IRRESPONSIBLE.))
SUPER=01-Sen. Charles Hawkins/(R) Chatham;
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OUT Q=irresponsible.
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VO-NAT


Budget negotiators will work out the differences later this week.
Both money committees outdid Governor Allen in money for college professors, teachers, and state workers.
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((SEN. MADISON MARYE/D-SHAWSVILLE: IT'S GOING TO TAKE SOME TIME TO BUILD IT BACK UP TO WHERE WE SHOULD HAVE IT. BUT I THINK THAT WE TOOK A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION.))
sot TAPE ONE 02:00:41

((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: I'M VERY HAPPY. WE HAVE AGAIN RENEWED OUR COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION.))
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SUPER=@Beyer; :15
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OUT Q=to education. quick out


P-Hopkins


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-109
GRAPHIC=None


A Roanoke man is making news at the state capitol.
Tom Hopkins knew he was in for a rough ride when the Governor appointed him acting head of the state Department of Environmental Quality last June.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


But despite threats to the contrary, a House committee dominated by Democrats confirmed Hopkins as director of the embattled agency today.
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SOT 12:40:00 tape one
IN Q=We have

((WE HAVE TAKEN FOUR AGENCIES, SLAMMED THEM TOGETHER, REGIONALIZED, DE-CENTRALIZED, EMPOWERED THE REGION, PUT OUR WATER, WASTE, AND AIR PEOPLE UNDER ONE ROOF. SO IT WOULD BE AN AMAZING CIRCUMSTANCE IF WE DIDN'T HAVE SOME SORT OF MORALE PROBLEMS.))
SUPER=01-Tom Hopkins/Acting DEQ Director;
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OUT Q=morale problems.
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VO-NAT


Hopkins still faces full House approval.
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TALENT=Connie
SS=republicans


The real insult may have come from his fellow Republicans.
The day after the fall elections, a GOP- dominated Senate committee demanded Hopkins report back with solutions to recent criticisms.

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ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=afr
TAPE#597-04
GRAPHIC=NONE


Twenty-two years ago, the Virginia Department of Transportation decided the Bridge that connects the Botetourt County community of Eagle Rock to Route 220 needed to be removed.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;


The sixty-three year old bridge is one of just two ways in and out of town.
Residents met tonight to formulate a plan to convince VDOT to build a new bridge in place of the old one.
They say removal of the bridge will add five to 10 minutes to the 40 miinute drive to Roanoke.
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SOT
IN Q=A matter of inconvenience

((ROBERT MCRAE: A MATTER OF INCONVENIENCE, BUT THAT'S NO LITTLE THING, PEOPLE GOING TO AND FROM WORK-- IT'S GOING TO BE VERY INCONVENIENT, TO SAY THE LEAST, BUT IT GOES BEYOND INCONVENIENCE.))
SUPER=01-Robert McRae/Eagle Rock Resident;
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OUT Q=inconvenience
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VO-NAT


Residents also say their neighbors' safety is at issue-- if the bridge is torn down.
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IN Q=Rescue Squad

((LEE MUNDY: RESCUE SQUAD ON, IF IT'S CLOSED, THE SQUAD WILL HAVE TO TAKE A 4 MILE DETOUR--IN THE CASE OF A HEART PATIENT, THAT COULD COST A LIFE.))
SUPER=01-Lee Mundy/Eagle Rock Resident;
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OUT Q=cost a life
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VO-NAT


According to current state plans, the bridge could be torn down in 6 to 12 months--
The Eagle Rock community hasn't ruled out court action to delay the demolition.
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P-Drowning


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=abo
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=Drowning


An Amherst County man drowned last night when he accidentally drove a car into a swimming pool.
57-year-old John Hartless was found dead around ten-thirty in the backyard pool of a Nelson County home. Police found him alone in the passenger seat of a friend's car, with his left foot on the accelerator.
Authorities say apparently Hartless was waiting alone in the car for his friend, who had entered the house.

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Tonight on Primetime Sports-- Mike has hoops highlights from both Men's and Women's games throughout the Commonwealth--
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VO-NAT


But first-- 45 states are being represented in Canada for the WInter Special Olympics-- one of the athletes is from Rockbridge County-- that story when NEWS-7 PRIMETIME returns.
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P-Camden


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=abo
TAPE#96-106
GRAPHIC=None


The 1997 Special Olympics World Winter Games got underway at the Skydome yesterday.
One of the competitors is a skier from Natural Bridge.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Toronto


The Opening Ceremonies began last night, and marching along in the fanfare was 17-year-old Tina Camden.
The Rockbridge County native is there to ski in the womens' slalom, giant slalom and downhill events... and was the ONLY delegate from Virginia chosen for the Games.
Camden is one of two-thousand athletes from 75 countries who have traveled to Canada to compete.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE


It's the largest international multi-sporting event in the world this year.

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ANCHOR=Connie


There's more NEWS-7 Primetime right here on WEFC heading your way-- including our Video of the Day... cc sponsor go to break

P-Health-Wrap


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-10
GRAPHIC=h/c bug


In Health news today-- more possible benefits from moderate alcohol use.
A warning to women about cardiac care.
And the latest on organ donations.
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IN Q=Researchers studying
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(( Researchers studying men, and writing in the journal "Circulation" say a couple of drinks a day could mean less artery disease in the legs.
Previous studies said moderate drinking reduces the risk of circulatory problems in the brain and heart.
But doctors caution the key is moderation.
They say occasional drinkers shouldn't increase their alcohol intake.
A new survey of women-- finds more than half believe mistakenly that their risk of dying of a heart attack is equal to or lower than their risk of dying of breast cancer.
In fact, women are five times more likely to die of heart attacks then breast cancer.
Another study out today on organs donated for transplant--
At least 20-percent of donated organs are turned down by hospitals for non-medical reasons: such as, no transplant team on duty.
U.S. Health Officials play down this report, instead talking up the organ donor cards you'll find accompanying your federal income tax forms now in the mail to 70-million U.S. Households.))

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


Don't think we haven't noticed that for some reason the most compelling video-- shot 'round the world so often originates from our neighbors in the Far East.
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((
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For instance, take a look at these kids in this Tokyo nursery school-- they had a nasty shock when efforts to educate them about ancient traditions didn't go too smoothly.
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SOT 10:18:14
IN Q=NAT SOUND screaming
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=screaming


It was an innocent plan-- all part of an annual festival--
Eventually, the children did catch on-- and threw beans at the devils as tradition dictates-- they also had to shout "Demons Out! Fortune In"
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))
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CONNIE VO-NAT


Now if you're one who insists that the video of the day must occasionally originate in this country...we can accommodate you.
Check out this nifty way to pass some time-- playing poker on the bottom of a pool.
Smokers and gabby people are automatically shut out of this game.
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SUPER=x5043; Video of the Day Stop



SP-Score


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10PM
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#tf96-2
GRAPHIC=primetime big


Tonight on PrimeTime sports here on WEFC - men's college basketball highlights from the VMI and Radford, plus women's hoops from Tech and College Park, Maryland.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Foxboro, MA; ;00


But up front this evening, the Patriots immediately took care of Bill Parcells departure by naming Pete Carroll the team's new head coach.
Carroll was the 49ers defensive coordinator this past season. He also is a former head coach of the Jets Now the numbers.
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SP-VMI


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=BB97-1
GRAPHIC=VMI


We start on the college hard wood. VMI topped Souther Conference rival Appalachian State 78-65 tonight in Lexington.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Lexington/Mountaineers vs. Keydets; :00


The Keydets were all business as they put on their game faces for this battle with a 6th conference win on their minds.
In the first half, Maurice Spencer collecting the ball on the slow break and snapping the nylon from the perimeter. he had 13 first half points.
Matt Matheney would then grab the rebound and put it back out to Darryl Faulkner for the three point bomb that falls.
SUPER=33-VMI/78/Appalachian State/65;

On the break, Faulkner finds Jason Bell for the easy lay up and the keydets led 44-31 late in the first half.
Much of the same in the second half. Spencer going hard to the iron with the left hand. He scores and VMI improves to 6 and 3 in the conference and 10 and 11 overall with the 78-65 win.
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SP-Radford


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#bb97-2
GRAPHIC=radford logo


The Radford Highlanders picked up a much needed Big South Conference win tonight as they top Maryland Baltimore County 81-to-66.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Radford/UMBC vs. Radford; :00


The Highlanders rolled into the Dedmon Dome having lost their last two Big South contests.
But tonight they would not be denied as Anthony leads the break, Corey Reed gets the no-look touch pass to Eric Bowens, who muscles his way to the hoop scoring off the glass.
Walker, the senior guard who has been struggling with his shooting eye, bottoms out this three pointer to give Radford a 9 point lead.
SUPER=33-U.M.B.C./66/Radford/81;


The Retrievers would get within 3 one time in the opening half, but Radford wins it 81-to-66 to hand UMBC its 18th loss of the year.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=hold radford


Radfordis now 10-and-10 on the year and 4-and-4 in the Big South.

SP-UVa


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


The Virginia Cavaliers women's basketball team picked up another win tonight on the road.
This evening the Lady Cavs top Maryland 73 to 49.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-College Park, MD/HTS;:00


Veteran Maryland coach Chris Weller knew her team would have to find a way to stop Tora Suber to win tonight.
Last Monday night the UVa guard scored a career high 35 points, tonight she helped break open a close game scoring on the 3-on-2 fast break.
Maryland would so a decent job of Suber holding her to 14, but DeMya Walker crushed the Terrapins. First, she nails the nice pull-up jumper.
Then watch her rebound Suber's miss, score on the jumper and draw the foul. She would convert the 3 point play.
SUPER=33-Virginia/73/Maryland/49;


And keep it rolling in the second half. Walker scores 22 points and gets 12 rebounds as Virginia beats Maryland 73-to-49 to move to 16 and 4 on the year.
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SP-Tech


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10PM
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#BB97-3
GRAPHIC=TECH HOOPS


Virginia will be in Blacksburg Thursday night playing Tech.
Tonight the Lady Hokies got a much needed win as they beat Fordham 63-to-61.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Fordham vs. Virginia Tech; :00


Injuries have forced Carol Alfano's team to play shorthanded all season long.
But tonight the Hokies came together with Stacy Brown zipping the pass to Katie O'Connor for the bucket to tie the game at 32-all.
Floyd's Lynette Nolley, one of the walking wounded this year, comes in and drills the turnaround jumper.
SUPER=33-Fordham/61/Virginia Tech/63;


Senior Sherry Banks would then get the ball and drive all the way in for the hoop for 2 her 11points as Tech wins it 63-to-61.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=hold tech


Kim Seaver, the Atlantic 10 Freshman of the week had 14 points and 16 rebounds for Tech tonight.

SP-Baseball


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s6-23
GRAPHIC=hall of fame


Last night at this time the Salem-Roanoke Valley baseball hall of Fame was welcoming five new members.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Salem/Last Night; ;00


Longtime area coaches Alvin Hall and Posey Oyler were inducted along with former pitcher Shannon Hardwick, former catcher Ed Ott and the last man to win a minor league title in Salem, Steve Demeter.
Jay Johnstone was the guest speaker, and he and Ott had this to say about the inter-league play coming up this season in the Majors.
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IN Q="I DEFINITELY...

((ED OTT/PLAYED 9 YEARS IN THE MAJORS:)) ((JAY JOHNSTONE/102 CAREER HOMERS IN THE MAJORS:))
SUPER=01-Ed Ott/Played 9 Years in the Majors; ;00
SUPER=01-Jay Johnstone/102 Career Homers in the Majors; :19
RUNS=:42
OUT Q=...LET'S DO IT."
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P-Kicker


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#net-h
GRAPHIC=none


Finally tonight-- Being perfect is a hard feat-- especially in the sports world--
A no-hitter in baseball is rare and in golf, a hole- in- one is difficult,
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lincoln, NE;

but on Sunday a member of the University of Nebraska bowling team accomplished something never done before on a bowling alley...three perfect games in a row.
Nebraska Sophomore Jeremy Sonnefeld bowled a 900 in three games during a tournament.
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VO-NAT


The American Bowling Congress will be notified of the record.
It's the first 900 ever bowled in an official sanctioned event.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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WRITER=amo
TAPE#bds
GRAPHIC=none


There's more news--coming up in 30-minutes...Here's what
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dissolve to boards working on for NEWS-7 at 11 over on WDBJ-7.
SUPER=x5024; Coming up at 11 Load
SUPER=76-Same Sex Marriages;


Some Delegates in Richmond are proposing a bill NOT to recognize same sex marriages in Virginia.
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Also-- we'll introduce you to the new mother of triplets-- the surprise...she's 50 years old.
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