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IN Q=

(( TONIGHT ON NEWS-7 PRIMETIME...A BOTCHED ROBBERY ATTEMPT LEAVES MORE THAN A DOZEN PEOPLE HURT AND TWO SUSPECTED ROBBERS DEAD.
A JUDGE RULES A CAPTION IN A VIRGINIA TECH NEWSPAPER IDENTIFYING A SCHOOL EMPLOYEE WITH A FICTIOUS, UNFLATTERING JOB TITLE COULDN'T HAVE BEEN TAKEN SERIOUSLY. ))
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OUT Q=haven't been taken seriously.


top-story


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#top
GRAPHIC=none
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TOP STORY GRAPHIC 11004
It's Friday, February 28th- our Top Story
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SOT from 6pm FDA pkg
IN Q=

((ROBERT OLLIS/18 YEAR OLD SMOKER: IT REALLY DOESN'T BOTHER ME BECAUSE I KNOW... MY FRIENDS, MY SISTER... SHE'S YOUNGER THAN I AM. SHE SMOKES AND IT'S A BAD HABIT TO PICK UP SO IT'S A GOOD THING THAT THEY'RE DOING THIS.))
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OUT Q=they're doing this.
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VO-NAT


The war on underage tobacco use is underway-- but who's leading the fight?
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p-FDA-Tobacco


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#597-05
SS=n7pt


Good Evening, you're watching NEWS-7 Primetime on WEFC.
I'm Connie Stevens.
SS=fda


Beginning today across the country, the Food and Drug Administration's new rules of "proof for purchase" took effect.
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SOT 11:50:13
IN Q=There's actually

((CURTIS BEACH/SPARTAN FOOD STORE: THERE'S ACTUALLY NOT A WHOLE LOT OF DIFFERENCE. WE'VE BEEN CARDING FOR SEVERAL YEARS AND HAVEN'T NOTICED A WHOLE LOT OF DIFFERENCE. IT'S JUST A MATTER OF DOING IT, TAKING CARE OF IT. IT'S PART OF BEING A RESPONSIBLE RETAILER. ))
SUPER=01-Curtis Beach/Spartan Food Store;
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OUT Q=responsible retailer
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Salem;


The FDA regulations require retailers to check photo I-Ds for anyone under age 27.
Current Virginia law only requires IDs for those who "look" like they're 18 or under.
But details about HOW the state will enforce the FEDERAL regulations are still vague.
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SOT 02:42:21
IN Q=Anybody who's

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: ANYBODY WHO'S SELLING TOBACCO PRODUCTS WILL HAVE TO FOLLOW THAT LAW. AND DON'T JUST EXPECT SOME FEDERAL AGENTS TO BE THE ONES WHO ARE DOING IT.))
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VO-NAT


In fact, NO federal agents are currently in Virginia to enforce the rules.
SUPER=03-Richmond;


Virginia's health commissioner denies his agency's plan is to wait for FDA help.
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SOT 03:01:11
IN Q=Well I

((DR. RANDY GORDON/VA. HEALTH COMMISSIONER: WELL I WOULDN'T SAY IT'S TO WAIT FOR MONEY. IT'S TO TRY TO-- THE BATTLE PLAN REALLY, IF YOU WANT TO CALL IT A BATTLE PLAN IS TO TRY TO ACCESS RESOURCES TO BE ABLE TO ENFORCE THESE REGULATIONS.))
SUPER=01-Dr. Randy Gordon/Va. Health Commissioner;
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OUT Q=these regulations.
TALENT=Connie
SS=tobacco


A new state law to involve ABC agents in tobacco enforcement has NOT taken effect.
ABC officials say they'll meet next week with other state agencies to see what their role should be.
The more controversial FDA rules on advertising and vending machines don't take effect until August.

P-Shooting


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#net-d
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VO-NAT


Police in Los Angeles are going door to door looking for possible suspects in today's wild, street shootout between bank robbers and police that left two suspects dead.
Jennifer Sabih reports from the scene in North Hollywood.
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p-bank


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=dse
TAPE#net-E

WIPE WIPE WIPE
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IN Q=IN A HARROWING
SUPER=03-N. Hollywood, CA; :00
SUPER=01-Willie Williams/Los Angeles Police Commissioner; :59
SUPER=01-Jennifer Sabih/Reporting; 1:20
RUNS=1:36
OUT Q=CBS NEWS, NORTH HOLLYWOOD.

(( In a harrowing mid-morning shoot-out between police and masked gunmen -- a botched robbery of a bank of america branch in north hollywood led to a bloodyand deadly showdown.
Police were running in every direction -- wearing bullet proof vests withtheir guns drawn.
Before it was over -- two suspects were dead -- killed in gunfights with police.
The shootout left at least 9 officers injured. As many as 5 civilians are also hurt.
The authorities quickly defended the response of the police -- saying the robbers had some strong firepower which officers did their best to counter.
((SOT WILLIE WILLIAMS/LOS ANGELES POLICE COMMISSIONER;))


Police believe there may be other suspects at large. after using batting rams in their search...The police have regrouped and are continuing their hunt on foot.
( STANDUP)))



P-Cop-Shooting


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=tal
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=shooting


Closer to home--Police in West Virginia and Virginia are still on the lookout for suspects in last night's shooting of a police officer.
A Bramwell officer stopped a maroon Oldsmobile near the border of Mercer County, West Virginia and Tazewell County, around nine o'clock.
The officer was hospitalized in Bluefield after he was shot twice in the leg.
Police say the car was occupied by several men, and may be missing a left tail light.
It was last seen on route 52 near the state line.

P-Cheerleader


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=JJa
TAPE#net-b
GRAPHIC=NONE


She became known as the cheerleader mom-- television mini-series were even made from her story.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Houston, TX;


Tonight Wanda Holloway is out of prison- after serving just six months of a ten year sentence.
Holloway was the mother so obsessed with getting her daughter on a cheerleading squad- she tried to hire a hit man to kill the mother of a competing girl.
The hit never happened-- now Holloway is out of prison.
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SOT 14:01:24
IN Q=

((JIM LAVINE/HOLLOWAY'S ATTORNEY: WANDA HAS DENIED SHE TRIED TO HURT ANYBODY PERIOD.))
SUPER=01-Jim Lavine/Holloway's Attorney;
RUNS=:04
OUT Q=anybody period."
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VO-NAT


Prosecutors tried to block her release, saying Holloway needs psychiatric help.
She's now on probation and must do one-thousand hours of community service.
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p-Collegiate-Times


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=tal
TAPE#597-13
GRAPHIC=va tech


Virginia Tech's campus newspaper will not have to pay damages to the assistant to the vice president of student affairs.
Sharon Yeagle sued The Collegiate Times last spring after it identified her using a ficticious job title.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg/May 15;


A judge ruled in the paper's favor, saying the title was too absurd to be taken seriously.
The paper apologized to Yeagle and corrected the error, which officials blamed on a computer template not meant for publication.
The computer template has since been changed.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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Virginia is for Lovers--and now the Southside is the Racing Region--that story coming up--
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VO-NAT


along with a living history museum at a Roanoke elementary school-- where some very famous African Americans were portrayed today-- the story when NEWS-7 Primetime returns.
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WEFC!!! go to break

p-Boucher


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=tal
TAPE#97-1
GRAPHIC=Rick Boucher


If Congressman Rick Boucher gets his way, we could have a choice when it comes to electric power.
Boucher is pushing legislation to deregulate electric utilities for retail sales.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


That means individual consumers would be able to choose their providers, and Boucher says the competition would lower electric bills.
He says Virginia's economy would reap two major benefits.
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SOT 17:59:34
IN Q=

((REP. RICK BOUCHER/(D) NINTH DISTRICT: AN EXPANSION IN OUR COAL- PRODUCING ECONOMY AS A NATIONAL MARKET IS CREATED FOR THE GENERATION AND SALE OF ELECTRIC POWER, AND THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL NEW INVESTMENT IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF COAL- FIRED ELECTRICITY- GENERATING FACILITIES IN OUR COAL- PRODUCING COUNTIES. ))
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OUT Q=coal-producing counties.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Boucher expects the House to debate the legislation this Fall.
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p-Gio's-Folo


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=spr
TAPE#597-07
GRAPHIC=NONE


Business appeared to be at full throttle at Gio's Cycle Mart this afternoon.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Customers were back at the Williamson Road landmark, despite the fact the owners of the shop filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
SUPER=04-Yesterday;


Yesterday, about three- dozen motorcycles and jet skis were repossessed by
(DOY-chuh) Deutsche Financial Services Corporation.


That company says Gio's owes it more than 730- thousand dollars.
Managers at the store refused to comment on the situation.
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P-Racing-Region


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#597-03
GRAPHIC=virginia seal


It's full speed ahead in Southside's bid to market itself as Virginia's Racing Region.
State legislators have okayed the proposal by area business leaders.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Martinsville/File Tape;


Southside Virginia is home to two tracks.
The Martinsville Speedway hosts a pair of Winston Cup races each year.
A number of drivers and racing teams also call Southside Virginia their home.
The local tourism industry believes this new identity will help it market the region.
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p-Forest-Park


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#597-04
GRAPHIC=black history


Students at a Roanoke elementary school brought history to life this morning.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Third and fourth graders at Forest Park New American School have been studying the accomplishments of African Americans.
Today they showed off what they've learned in the school's gymnasium.
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SOT
IN Q=Who are you representing

((BRITTANY COLES/"MAYA ANGELOU": WHO ARE YOU REPRESENTING TODAY? MAYA ANGELOU. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE HER? BECAUSE SHE'S A POEM WRITER AND I LIKE POEMS. AND WHAT DO YOU THINK OF HER POEMS? THEY'RE VERY GREAT.)) ((JEFFREY WILLIAMS/"MARTIN LUTHER KING": MARTIN LUTHER KING WAS ONE WHO WAS VERY SPECIAL BECAUSE OF WHAT HE DID. HE BROUGHT THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE. HE CHANGED THEIR LIVES.))
SUPER=01-Brittany Coles/"Maya Angelou"; :00
SUPER=01-Jeffrey Williams Jr./"Martin Luther King"; :15
RUNS=:22
OUT Q=changed their lives.
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VO-NAT


This is the third year students at Forest Park have celebrated black history month with their own living museum.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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Tonight on Primetime Sports, right here on WEFC--the Radford Lady Highlanders break a record by losing-- Mike has details.
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VO-NAT


And it's a prized possession of some Lynchburg City employees, and has been a valuable asset when the temperature dips...the story when NEWS-7 Primetime returns.
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WEFC!!! go to break

p-Temp-Gun


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-8
GRAPHIC=winter wx


It may not have gotten much of a workout this winter, but Lynchburg public works is still proud of the latest "weapon" in its snow- fighting arsenal.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg;


It's a "temperature gun".. a device that uses an infrared signal to measure the temperature of road pavement.
Construction crews laying asphalt have used it for years, but only recently has the technology been applied to Lynchburg's snow removal efforts.
Officials say you just point and shoot... and immediately you know whether the conditions are right for roads to start freezing over.
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SOT 00:20:46
IN Q=So when I

((DENNIS REYNOLDS/LYNCHBURG PUBLIC WORKS: SO WHEN I GET THAT TEMPERATURE READING, I HAVE SEVERAL LOCATIONS AROUND TOWN EARMARKED TO TAKE THESE TEMPERATURE READINGS BECAUSE NORMALLY THEY'RE THE COLDEST SPOTS. SO I LOOK FOR IT THERE FIRST, AND ONCE I HIT THE RIGHT TEMPERATURE GUN, THEN I'LL GIVE THE WORD TO THE FIELD UNITS TO GO AHEAD AND START APPLYING CHEMICALS.))
SUPER=01-Dennis Reynolds/Lynchburg Public Works; :00
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OUT Q=start applying chemicals.
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VO-NAT


Reynolds says the temperature guns cost about 300 dollars each and have paid for themselves over the past few months.
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SUPER=333-Drizzle & Fog/Wind E-10/48-50/Cloudy & Breezy/With Showers/60-65;
SUPER=334-Clouds And/Drizzle/48-50/Showers Likely/And Mild/60-64;
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ANCHOR=Connie


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

P-animal-Transplants


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-06
GRAPHIC=organ transplants


Because of the shortage of human organs available for transplantation, there's been a lot of interest in trying to use organs from animals like pigs and baboons which are genetically very similar to humans.
But there's concern that animal diseases might be transplanted right along with the organs.
A study in the March issue of the journal "Nature Medicine" shows that could be more than just a theoretical concern.
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IN Q=British research has
RUNS=:32
OUT Q=on the process.


(( British research has shown that certain pig viruses can infect human cells-- at least in the laboratory, and the viruses can fairly quickly overcome the defenses of the immune system as well-- raising fears that humans could end up with animal diseases which would be very difficult to screen for, and for which there would be no treatment.
A lot of these viruses are not harmful to the animal, but could be very dangerous to humans.
The end result-- there's a need for more research into the safety of these kinds of transplants-- and even possible restrictions on the process.))

P-Caffeine


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597=08
GRAPHIC=caffeine


Most people subscribe to the notion that pregnant women should avoid caffeine because it may cause miscarriages in the first trimester.
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VO-NAT


But there's also the possibility that caffeine might delay conception in the first place and cause low- birth-weight babies.
In this month's American Journal of Epidemiology, European researchers found that fertile women between the ages of 25 and 44 who consumed more than 500 milligrams of caffeine a day-- that's about four to five cups of coffee-- took significantly longer to get pregnant the first time.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


In another study in the same journal, researchers found that Yugoslavian women who consumed an average of one cup of coffee a day during pregnancy had a higher chance of low birth weight babies.

cool-video


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#97-2 11PM VERSION
SUPER=x5042; Video of the Day Load
SUPER=x5045; Start Motion
GRAPHIC=News-7 primetime


Our video of the day represents a real learning experience....all through a combination of sweat and style.
Students at the Jackson River Technical Center travelled back to the old days of the railroad in celebration of Black History Month.
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SOT 13:09:43
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SUPER=75-Alleghany Co.;
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=nat sot
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VO-NAT


The Buckingham Lining Crew demonstrated both the profession and the art of re-aligning railroad tracks. A caller helps them keep their rythym.
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SOT 13:37:32
IN Q=Yeah I don't know...

((YEAH, I DON'T KNOW WHAT I BEEN TOLD... AND ON AND ON LIKE THAT UNTIL THEY GOT THE TRACKS STRAIGHTENED.))
SUPER=75-Wirt Johnson/Former Line Caller;
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=tracks straightened out.
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VO-NAT


This job hasn't been done manually for several decades-- it's now done by computer.
Members of the Buckingham Lining Crew range in age from 67-to 80-years-young.
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Sp-Score


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=PRIMETIME BIG


Tonight on Primetime sports, Salem and Liberty earn spots in the group Two-A state tournament, Liberty University and Radford U take different paths in the Big South semi-finals, and Roanoke makes the ODAC title game.
Highlights from those games right after the scores.
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Asheville/57///;
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Quarterfinals/j/Marshall/78//Ga. Southern/46///;
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SUPER=0098-j/Fayetteville St./73//Winston-Salem/66//CIAA Semi-Finals//St.

Augustine///Eliz. City St.///Just Underway/;
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oc:...LAST SCORE."
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SP-Salem


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-1
GRAPHIC=Region III


Over in Salem tonight, The Region three Boys basketball tournament wrapped up its semi-finals round with Salem and Liberty advancing.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Salem/Spartans vs Generals; :


Generals Head coach Pat Paye sets up a play to start the second half.
But the Spartans have a play too. Andy Beach takes it up the middle and scores the jumper in the paint and Salem led by 10.
William Campbell comes back Chauncey Walker takes it to the hoop and scores off the Glass but the Generals trailed by 8.
Salem finished the fourth quarter SUPER=33-Salem/69/William Campbell/

53/;with a big rally Marshall Woolridge knocks down the three pointer and the Spartans win it 69 to 53.
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IN Q="When You play...

((CHARLIE MORGAN/SALEM HEAD COACH: ))
SUPER=01-Charlie Morgan/Salem Head Coach; :00
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OUT Q= .....tonight."
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VO-NAT (cont.)
SUPER=04-Minutemen vs Hawks; :


The Defending state champion Minutemen of Liberty were ready for their game against the Gretna Hawks.
In the first quarter, Liberty's Cheyney Preston makes the no look pass to Robert Carson for the layup and Liberty took its first lead.
The Hawks get it out to Darrio Scott gets the slam but the Hawks still trailed by four points.
Liberty took control of the game SUPER=33-Liberty/77/Gretna/54/;in the

second half and the Minutemen come out on top by a score of 77 to 54.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=Hold Logo


Liberty and Salem advance to tomorrow night title game and next Saturday's state quarterfinals.

SP-Blues


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=REGION C


In the single-A ranks in Region C down at the Dedmon Center, Floyd County whipped Grayson County in the opener.
And in the nightcap, Parry McCluer lost to Glenvar in overtime.
The winners advance to the regional final tomorrow night and the state quarterfinals next Saturday.

SP-South


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-28
GRAPHIC=Big South


It was in with the new and out with the old at the womens Big South Basketball semifinals today.
Steve Mason explains from the Vines center in Lynchburg.
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IN Q=first audio
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Spartans vs. Highlanders; :00
SUPER=01-Lubomyr Lichonczak/Radford Head Coach; :13
SUPER=33-UNCG/83/Radford/70; :24
SUPER=01-Kim Hairston/11 Point & 5 Assists; :35
SUPER=@Steve1; :42
SUPER=04-Winthrop vs. Liberty; :50
SUPER=01-Elena Kisseleva/27 Point & 11 Rebounds; 1:07QUICK)
SUPER=01-Rick Reeves/Liberty Head Coach; 1:13
RUNS=1:32
OUT Q=...News 7 sports"
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SP-ODAC


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


Roanoke College has advanced to the ODAC championship game, again.
This afternoon the Lady Maroons beat Emory & Henry but if wasn't easy.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Salem/Roanoke vs. Emory & Henry; :00


In fact, late in the second half the Lady Maroons were in deep trouble and behind on the scoreboard.
Emory & Henry's Angie Simpkins drives in the lane and makes the nice no-look pass to Brooke Duncan for the easy two. The Wasps lead by 3, with under 3 minutes to play.
But Roanoke battled back, and with 50 seconds to play, Carrie McConnell, the former Pulaski star, draws the double team and passes to Amy Athey for the hoops. And Roanoke is on top 52-to-50.
Roanoke would then put the game away with a little defense. Cheryl Rhodes,
another Cave Spring product makes the SUPER=33-Roanoke/56/Emory & Henry/50;

steal and scores in the closing seconds to give the Lady Maroons the come from behind 56-to-50 win.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=HOLD ODAC


Roanoke plays Guilford for the title tomorrow at two. The Quakers beat Bridgewater 77-to-71.

SP-Qualify


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=RICHMOND RACEWAY


Qualifying and practice was a complete wash out today at Richmond.
They hope to get in Winston Cup time trials tomorrow morning at 11.
As for the Busch Grand National cars, they will start tomorrow's Hardees Fried Chicken Challenge 250 according to car owner points from last season.
The Busch race get underway at one, gates open to the public tomorrow morning at 8.

SP-UVA


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=ACC LOGO


The Virginia Cavaliers have advanced to the semi-finals of the ACC tournament in Charlotte.
Tonight the UVa women beat Georgia Tech 77-to-63.
North Carolina and Duke also have already advanced to the final four.

preview-boards


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#bds
GRAPHIC=none


That's it for us tonight on NEWS-7 Primetime-- but there's more news--coming
up later tonight...Here's what we're(----------------)

dissolve to boards working on for NEWS-7 over on WDBJ-7.
SUPER=x5024; Coming up at 11 Load
SUPER=76-Fire Marshal Acts;


A Fire Marshal shuts down a Roanoke County restaurant tonight.
SUPER=77-"Chuck E Cheese's";


What caused him to deem Chuck E Cheese's unsafe?
SUPER=x5025; Coming up at 11 Stop
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=NONE

NEWS-7 Primetime, goodnight. Jean Jadhon will be along in 30-minutes on WDBJ-7. Thanks for watching