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Coming up next on News 7...
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A Christiansburg murder suspect takes his case to Ann Landers advice column.
The strike is over, now the American Airlines is trying to bring passengers back by slashing fares.
And shuttle astronauts make another spacewalk to patch up the Hubble Telescope.
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News 7 is next.

Knowles


ANCHOR=Eric
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A Christiansburg man awaiting trial on murder charges is gaining national attention through Ann Landers' advice column.
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In a letter published today, Michael Knowles writes that he killed his wife, Angie, because of an affair that started on the Internet.
"I am writing in the hope that you will let your readers know the Internet can be a dangerous place to meet people," Knowles writes.
Landers, who claims 90 million readers, replies that Knowles was the source of danger.
"...The danger to your wife came from YOU, not the computer. Blaming the Internet is a cop-out."
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Knowles made similar claims in letters and local interviews last year.
His case is scheduled to go to trial in May.
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Simpson


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O.J. Simpson reportedly plans to leave his Los Angeles' home-- possibly for south Florida.
"Newsweek" says Simpson's friends have been urging him to make the move.
But the magazine says he'll probably wait until the school year ends.
This comes less than two weeks after Simpson was found responsible for the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

Gore


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Vice President Al Gore met with South African president Nelson Mandella today.
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Gore and Mandella met as part of a three day tour to expand trade and strengthen diplomatic ties. 20:11:14
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Gore and his wife also visited the former prison on Robben Island, including the 6 by 9 cell where Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years behind bars.
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Gore said called it a deeply moving experience.
He said he expected millions of people to visit the island in the future.
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Shuttle


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It may take more time for astronauts to fix the Hubble space telescope.
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They're taking their fourth space walk tonight, and the crew is concerned they won't have enough time to properly fix some damaged insulation on Hubble's outer shell.
NASA may add a fifth spacewalk to the mission to fix tears and cracks caused by temperature changes and the sun's radiation.
If they don't fix the problem, heat could eventually damage the telescopes electronic parts.
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American


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The weekend that started with a strike is ending with a rush to buy tickets on American Airlines.
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Relieved airline passengers are finishing up their weekend trips, as American's 600 jetliners keep flying.
The airline is trying to erase any negative impact of the short strike by offering up to 50 percent discounts.
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((PETER INNES/TRAVEL AGENT: THE BEST WAY TO LURE TRAVELLERS BACK TO ANY AIRLINE IS TO OFFER A FARE INITIATIVE. PEOPLE WANT TO GET FROM POINT A TO POINT B AT THE LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE.))
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The discounts apply to tickets bought between now and March 3rd.
Other airlines are competing with their own promotions.
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Still to come on News 7 at 11--
Roanoke's rental inspection program has been up and running for several months.
You may be surprised by the results.
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And the numbers are in.
The Virginia Horse center is helping to jump-start the economy in Rockbridge County.
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Clouds rolled early this evening-- that's caused by a quick moving system to our north.
The system will leave late tonight, taking the clouds with it-- that'll allow us to cool off very quickly.
But a definite warming trend is in store for the work week.
First, let's check out today's highs and lows.... wx ad lib Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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Rental-Inspection


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Only 40 percent of the properties checked out under Roanoke's rental inspection program have received a passing grade.
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City inspectors started with buildings along Elm Avenue in October.
And in a report to members of council, city manager Bob Herbert says 65 units have received certificates of compliance since then.
79 were found to have violations... and one was condemned as unsafe and unfit for occupancy.
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The program was designed to improve living conditions and encourage good maintenance of rental property.
Properties owners along Orange Avenue northwest, and Bullitt and Jamison
(JAM-i-sun) Avenues southeast are next in line.


Inspections will begin there next month.

Colors


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Some veterans hope a ceremony honoring fallen soldiers will help build patriotism and peace.
The Military Order of World Wars sponsors the Massing of Colors ceremony every year.
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50 color guard units, the 29th Infantry Band and bag pipes participated in the tribute.
Many of the color guards are made up of students.
The Military Order of World Wars hopes this ceremony will help build patriotism in young people.
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The Roanoke Chapter organizes this ceremony.
They hope it reminds us of the personal sacrifices of servicemen and women of every race and religion.
All elements of the United States Armed Forces take part in the tribute.
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DRUG-AWARENESS


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Learning about today's drug culture may save your child's life.
A drug prevention workshop in the Roanoke Valley is teaching parents how to recognize the signs of drug abuse.
Denise Allen has more on the Parent to Parent Workshop.
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((Drugs are everywhere.
That awareness is one of the first lessons taught in the workshop.
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((DEENA REYNOLDS/PARENT: IT'S HAPPENING YOUNGER AND YOUNGER. KIDS 11, 12, AND 13, THEY'RE PREGNANT, THEY'RE DRUG ADDICTS, THEY'RE ALCOHOLICS. YOU HAVE TO BE AWARE OF WHAT'S OUT THERE.))
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((REV. GEORGE EDWARDS/FORT LEWIS CHRISTIAN CHURCH: BY TRYING TO MAKE OUR PARENTS AWARE, DRUG PROBLEMS ARE EVEN A PROBLEM IN SALEM, NOT JUST NEW YORK CITY OR MIAMI, FLORIDA, THAT THEY CAN TAKE SOME ACTION AND BE READY RIGHT NOW.))
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Deena Reynolds has children ages two and six years old.
She says she wants to learn how to protect her children from outside influences.
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((MY KIDS ARE IMPORTANT TO ME. I WANT THEM TO GROW UP AND BE HAPPY. I DON'T WANT THEM TO GET MESSED UP. THEY HAVE ENOUGH PROBLEMS GROWING UP WITHOUT HAVING EVERYBODY ELSE BOMBARDING THEM WITH GUNS, DRUGS.))
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((THEY'RE TRYING TO LEARN HOW TO SEE THE CULTURE THAT'S AROUND THEIR CHILDREN AT SCHOOL AND IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND TRY TO UNDERSTAND ITS DIFFERENT THAN IT USE TO BE WHEN THEY GREW UP.))
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Deena Reynolds hopes more organizations will contact Blue Ridge Community Prevention Services to learn how to offer this program to more parents and hopefully protect the valley's children.
Denise Allen New 7.))

Horse-Center


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A study on the Virginia Horse Center shows its construction was well worth the investment.
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John Knapp from U-V-A's Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service was one of the main contributors to the report, which was recently updated.
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The latest figures he has tallied on both direct and indirect spending show the horse center has quite a large economic impact on the Lexington- Rockbridge County region.
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((JOHN KNAPP/UVA BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC RESEARCHER:WE CALCULATED THAT THE OVERALL DOLLAR FIGURE WAS ABOUT 56- MILLION- THAT WAS IN 95, THE SPENDING BY PARTICIPANTS AT EVENTS AT THE HORSE CENTER RESULTED IN THAT MUCH ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN THE STATE,24 AND MOST OF THAT WAS CONCENTRATED IN THE LEXINGTON/ROCKBRIDGE AREA.))
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Knapp adds that almost 53- percent of the spending related to the Virginia Horse Center comes comes from out- of- state.
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Business-Review


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A longtime Roanoke company may be for sale... and an Ohio company says it could eventually hire up to 1000 people in Southside Virginia.
Len Besthoff recaps the week's top economic stories in our area with the News-7 Business Review.
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The latest numbers from the V-E-C show Lynchburg's unemployment rate for December inched up a percentage point to just under three and a half percent, while Roanoke's edged down slightly, to two and a half percent.
Advance Auto says it may go on the selling block.
The chain with 667 locations has been based here since 1932.
Meanwhile Innotech of Roanoke HAS been sold.
Johnson and Johnson has purchased the eyeglass equipment maker for 135- million- dollars.
The nation's largest computerized embroidery firm is putting a plant in Henry County.
The 5- B's company of Ohio plans to hire 500 people paying upwards of 7- dollars an hour.
A Salem company that repairs and recycles obsolete computers and other office equipment is expanding overseas.
R- Frazier's operation in Scotland has received a five- million- dollar funding package from an international investor group.
And News-7 was the first to tell you about a manufacturer that's considering the location of a plant in Roanoke that will create 170 manufacturing jobs.
Execs from the yet unnamed company toured a site in the Center for Industry and Technology Wednesday.
Checking the financial markets for the week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 133 points, Nasdaq was up nine and a half points.
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Coming up, the controversy over Carry Me Back to Old Virginia continues on News-7 's Feedback
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and... we'll take you behind the scenes as the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra tunes-up for its next performance.
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Feedback 2/16/97


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Judging from the mail this week, many of our viewers are outraged that Virginia may lose its current state song.
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Here's assignment editor Joe McKean, with News-7's Feedback.
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(( "Regarding the state song, Carry Me Back to Old Virginia, I do not want it changed," wrote a viewer from Roanoke. "I have sung it since I was very little and I don't see anything wrong with it. The African-Americans should be proud of their heritage and not ashamed of it. After all, they live in the state of Virginia, too."
Another Roanoke viewer wrote: "My family and I are offended quite often. But I feel that we should not be asked to keep giving up the things that are dear to us."
And a third letter from Roanoke said: "I want to know why should we give up part of our heritage for a few people who say it (offends) them. Ebonics
(offends) me."


"That's destroying our forefathers' history," said a viewer from Buchanan. "To me after getting rid of the state song then it will be the state bird because it's red."
A viewer in Danville said: "When some want their culture known, lived and taught to their own, why not all the culture, and not just some of it?"
And from Lexington came these comments: "Keep the song as it is with no words exempted, and let everyone sing it in the shower, or wherever they want to sing it. I like the Ebonic English words in it and think it is a wonderful tune...I would like very much for the elected officials to come up with a bill that would make it illegal for anyone to change or eliminate history of any source".
But there was one letter with a different viewpoint.
"Anger and rancor are easy," this viewer wrote. "So white Virginians want their heritage in a song. Fine, but NOT a state song to unite. They want their rights to their heritage on an act so despicable in history that the debt has not even been attempted to be paid."
If you'd like to join the chorus of comments on the state song, or address some other topic, get in touch with us at News-7 Feedback, P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, Virginia, 24022.
We accept faxes at 343-7269.
And our e-mail address is news@wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7. ))

Symphony


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The public was invited in to hear The Roanoke Symphony Orchestra put the finishing touches on their musical numbers for tomorrow night's performance.
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Visitors got a behind the scenes look as the Orchestra prepared for the upcoming Monday Night Classics Four.
Visitors were able to listen in as Music Director and Conductor David Wiley coached the musicians trying to develop the sound he hopes will distinguish him from past leaders.
Tomorrow night's performance will feature guest violinist Derek Reeves.
Monday Night Classics four is in the Roanoke Civic Center Auditorium.
The curtain rises at 8.
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S-Wake


ANCHOR=Roy
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N.C. State got a couple of breaks today. C.C. Harrison's shot at the buzzer went in and officials called it a three pointer giving the Wolfpack a 60 to 59 overtime upset over second ranked Wake Forest.
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Wake head coach Dave Odom showing some concern in the first half.
And this is why C.C. Harrison nails this three pointer and the Wolfpack took a 23 to 20 lead.
But Wake answers. Steve Goolsby pulls up and hits this trey and the game was tied at 23 to 23.
Wake would go in at the half with the lead Tim Duncan playing with three fouls gets the jam and foul.
The Wolfpack scored the first five points of the second half Harrison's three pointer tied the game at 28.
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State/60/;the second half and went to overtime then Harrison, who scored 21 points, hit the buzzer beater and North Carolina State wins it 60 to 59.
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S-Hoops


ANCHOR=Roy
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Indiana trailed by 18 at the half but the Hoosiers rallied to beat 14-th ranked Michigan 84 to 81 in overtime.
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The Wolverines in their huddle before the game.
And Maceo Baston gets the ball in the low post for the slam as Michigan jumped out to the early lead.
Indiana answered when Neil Reid pulls up and nails the three pointer but Indiana still trailed in the second half.
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the jumper A.J. Guyton hitting the three pointer and Indiana beats Michigan in overtime 84 to 81.
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S-JMU


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James Madison topped CAA rival East Carolina 63-60 last night, improving the Dukes record to 14 and 9 and 8 and 5 in the conference.
Steve Mason has more on the improving Dukes from Harrisonburg.
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S-Sonics


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Seattle got 34 points from Detlef Schrempf and outscored Los Angeles by 17 points in the fourth to beat the Lakers 102 to 91.
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The importance of this Western Conference game could be seen in the faces of the coaches.
Los Angeles taking it to the hoop Eddie Jones passing it to Travis Knight for the Dunk in the first quarter.
Seattle's Gary Payton takes it to the hoop for the score and two of his 21 points.
But Schrempf had the hot hand his SUPER=32-Seattle/102/L.A.

Lakers/91/season high 34 points gave the Sonics the 102 to 91 win.
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S-Scores


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Following today's Bulls Magic game it was reported that Brian Hill had been fired.
But Orlando general manager John Gabriel said no such move has been made but he is looking into changing the Teams direction.
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The Bulls took no pity on the Magic Scottie Pippen had 22 points and 11 assists in a 21 point win over the Magic.
for all of the scores lets check the boards.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, David Graham and Paul Stankowski will golf tournaments this afternoon.
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And Rick Hendrick Motorsports celebrates by taking the top three positions at the Daytona 500.
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S-Daytona


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WRITER=Roy
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For the first time in 13 years, Rick Hendrick missed the Daytona 500. He has Leukemia.
But shortly after the race he received a call from Jeff Gordon. Gordon winning the Daytona 500 at age 25 and his teammates Terry Labonte and Ricky Craven finishing second and third.
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The Daytona 500 literally got off to a flying start for driver Robert Pressley his car gets loose and goes airborne however it comes down on its wheels in the infield grass. Pressley was taken to the hospital for a cat scan.
Dale Earnhardt took the lead from his teammate Mike Skinner early in the race and he was the leader after 12 laps.
On the second caution, Rusty Wallace slowly drifts into the pits he took the car to the garage area with a blown engine.
The Wood brothers led for a while but the car stalled while leaving the pits because of transmission problems.
Mark Martin worked his way from the back to the front and he was the leader of the race at the halfway point.
But Bill Elliott had the strongest car on the track despite not having a clutch and he showed it taking the lead with 43 laps to go.
A caution came out because of debris on the track then Dale Earnhardt hits the wall loses control and the car flips over several times bringing out another caution and ending Earnhardt's day with 10 laps go to.
Several cars were involved in another wreck on the re-start and because of oil on the track Gordon wins the Daytona 500 under caution.
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Bill Elliot was fourth and Sterlin Marlin fifth Ward Burton finished 8-th and his brother Jeff 11-th..

S-Golf


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
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A record day for David Graham on the Senior Tour this afternoon.
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Graham shot a final round 6 under par 65 to win the G-T-E Classic. Graham's total of 204, 9 under gave him a three shot win and he earned the biggest pay check of his career, 135-thousand dollars.
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And Paul Stankowski had a long day. He needed four extra holes to win the Hawaiian open. He birdied the fourth extra hole of a playoff to beat Mike Reid and Jim Furyk. (-------------)