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1-News-Head

ANCHOR=Keith

It wasn't hazing, because nobody got hurt.
On NEWS 7 at SIX, we'll tell you what happened in the Roanoke College case.
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VO-NAT


And the versatile fire-power of new fire-FIGHTING equipment... a LIVE report tonight on the debate over whether "QUINTS" are more efficient or just a means of employing fewer firefighters.
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Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, Glenvar & Floyd get ready to do battle in the Group A state semi-finals, the Virginia Cavaliers are also closing in on their game with Iowa tonight,
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VO-NAT eng#


And Cincinnati is one of the first winners of the day as March Madness begins without any real upsets.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


More unwelcome rain in the mid-west. Flood watches are up in West Virginia and our forecast is cool and wet through tomorrow.

Hazing


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#597-5
GRAPHIC=Roanoke College


Hazing charges against some Roanoke College students have been dropped.
In a deal worked out in General District court today,
SS=Legal Scales

17 of the students involved pled either guilty or no contest to the remaining charges.
Those included trespassing and being drunk in public.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./February 26


Last month county police arrested the students, after finding four of their companions blindfolded and lying face down in water at Carvins Cove.
The students insisted there was no hazing going on.
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Talent=Keith
SS=Legal Scales


Commonwealth's attorney Skip Burkart agreed, because no one was hurt. For a hazing charge to stick, there has to be some injury.
All of the students will have to perform community service.

Drowning


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#97-15
GRAPHIC=None


One person is feared dead after what may have been a jump or a fall from the Peppers Ferry bridge in Fairlawn.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Fairlawn;


Rescue boats dragged the river this afternoon after two witnesses alerted authorities.
One witness reported seeing a man sitting on top of the bridge rail.
Another man sitting below said he heard and saw a large splash, but nothing resurfaced and he couldn't tell what had hit the water.
Dangerous currents prevented divers from entering the water.
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SPCA


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE#597-3
GRAPHIC=Al Alexander


The executive director of the Roanoke S-P-C-A is denying he sexually harassed three former workers at the animal shelter.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


The women say the State Council on Human Relations has decided to investigate their complaints against Al Alexander.
Debra Flanary, Diane Farren, and Melinda Chambers say the harassment happened last year.
They took their complaints to the S-P-C-A board but were not satisfied with the outcome.
The S-P-C-A's attorney, Doug Henson says the charges were an internal matter and would not comment.
When contacted by phone this afternoon, Alexander said the accusations were unfounded.
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Quints


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=jda
TAPE#97-7
GRAPHIC=Roanoke City Seal


The purchase of new fire trucks is turning into a major controversy for members of Roanoke City Council.
They'll decide next week whether to buy two trucks known as "quints."
Double Boxes=Keith and Joe/Microwave


But Tonight, Joe Dashiell reports city firefighters say it's a bad idea.

Live=Joe Full/Microwave
SUPER=@Joe1;
SUPER=05-Roanoke;


Keith, they're called quints because they have five functions... combining the capabilities of a pumper and an aerial ladder truck.
City officials say it's a more versatile piece of equipment, but the fire fighters association say its a move toward downsizing the department.
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SOT
IN Q=We know the quints are
SUPER=01-Ed Crawford/Roanoke Fire Fighters Association; :00
SUPER=03-Salem; :20
SUPER=01-Jim Grigsby/Roanoke Fire Chief; :41
RUNS=:51
OUT Q=in front of your house.


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SOT 14:37:36
IN Q=We know the quints

((ED CRAWFORD/ROANOKE FIRE FIGHTERS ASSOCIATION: WE KNOW THE QUINTS ARE THE FIRST STEPS IN THE CHIEF'S PLAN WHICH IS TO LEAD TO EVENTUALLY CLOSING OF A FEW FIRE STATIONS AS WELL AS REDUCTIONS OF STAFFING LEVELS, 20 TO 30 PERSONNEL AND WE HAVE SOME SERIOUS CONCERN ABOUT THAT AND HOW IT WILL AFFECT THE DELIVERY OF SERVICE TO THE NEIGHBORHOODS AND BUSINESS COMMUNITY THAT WE SERVE.))
RUNS=:18
OUT Q=that we serve.


Quints have been used for many years by many communities, including the city of Salem.
but Roanoke firefighters fear the trucks are part of a larger effort to reduce manpower.
Roanoke Fire chief Jim Grigsby denies that it's a staffing issue... He says the quints will give the first arriving officer the option of using the truck as an aerial ladder or an engine pumper.
SOT
IN Q=Not necessarily

((JIM GRIGSBY/ROANOKE FIRE CHIEF: NOT NECESSARILY ARE YOU GOING TO DO BOTH SIMULTANEOUSLY, BUT YOU DO HAVE THE OPTION, AND I HAVE TO ASK AGAIN, ISN'T THAT WHAT YOU WOULD WANT IF THAT TRUCK PULLED UP IN FRONT OF YOUR HOUSE.))
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OUT Q=in front of your house.



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Tax-Cut


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-11
GRAPHIC=Virginia State Seal


A tax cut compromise gives Virginia business owners a few more pennies to pinch...
SS=George Allen

and the governor a new feather in his cap.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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SOT
IN Q=There we are
SUPER=03-Richmond; :00
SUPER=@Allen; :22
SUPER=@Ellen1; :36
SUPER=01-Steve Fitchett/Carriage House Press; :46
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((nat sound signing bill 02:55:42 ((THERE WE ARE. DONE.))
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It won't mean a big cash savings.
And it's NOT even something that businesses like the printing press that hosted the governor for the signing had requested.
But it is 154- million dollars that Virginia businesses won't have to pay into the fund that insures workers who are laid off jobless benefits.
sot 02:48:45

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: THE POINT IS THAT IT DOES STRENGTHEN OUR ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS AND IT SURELY DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE WHATSOEVER TO COLLECT EXCESSIVE EMPLOYMENT TAXES FROM BUSINESSES WHEN THE RESERVES ARE MORE THAN ADEQUATE TO PAY FOUR YEARS OF BENEFITS.))
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sot STANDUP 03:32:09

((THE LAW WILL ELIMINATE THE TAX FOR SOME 89- THOUSAND BUSINESSES IN VIRGINIA. FOR CARRIAGE HOUSE PRESS IT WILL MEAN A SAVINGS OF ABOUT 16- HUNDRED DOLLARS OVER SIX YEARS.))
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sot 03:01:11

((STEVE FITCHETT/CARRIAGE HOUSE PRESS: EVERY PENNY HELPS IN A SMALL BUSINESS. WE'RE CONSTANTLY FIGHTING FOR THE TECHNOLOGY GROWTH. WE'RE REINVESTING IN NEW EQUIPMENT, IN JOB ADVERTISING, AND EVERY DOLLAR HELPS.))
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nat sound handing over pen ((USE THAT MONEY AS YOU SEE FIT. YOU EARNED IT.))
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The Governor's also a winner.
George Allen finally gets to add a meaningful tax cut to his resume.
It's the kind of news that's fit to print if you want to run for higher office.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))
Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE

Still to come on News 7 at Six, It began more than 20 years ago, and now a Roanoke redevelopment project has come full circle.
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VO-NAT


and soccer fans have one goal in mind in Lynchburg--they want city lawmakers to clean up their playing fields.
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ANCHOR=Robin

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Terp


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-6
GRAPHIC=Don Terp


An outspoken critic of Roanoke County government says he wants a seat on the Board of Supervisors.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Don Terp announced his campaign today to represent the Hollins district.
A vocal opponent of consolidation- -and more recently- -an opponent of the 37-million dollar bond- issue for schools,Terp says he believes supervisors must improve the relationship between taxpayers and local government.
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SOT
IN Q=People get to the point

((DON TERP/ROANOKE CO. SUPERVISORS CANDIDATE: PEOPLE GET TO THE POINT WHERE THEY DON'T TRUST ANYTHING ANYONE SAYS IN THE GOVERNMENT. AND YOU CAN'T HAVE THAT. YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE A RELATIONSHIP WHERE THE PEOPLE AND THE GOVERNMENT WORK TOGETHER FOR COMMON OBJECTIVES.))
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OUT Q=for common objectives.
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Bob Johnson


Supervisors Chairman Bob Johnson currently represents the Hollins District. He has not announced whether or not he plans to run for re-election.

Deanwood


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#97-5
GRAPHIC=None


Roanoke is saving and creating a total of 100 jobs by the completion of a project aimed at small businesses.
Len Besthoff explains.
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SOT
IN Q=Moody
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :08
SUPER=01-Neil Nicklas/Moody Graphic/Polaris Studios; :18
SUPER=@Len1; :28
SUPER=01-Doug Chittum/Economic Development Administrator; :56
RUNS=1:25
OUT Q=LB, News-7.


(( Moody Graphic/Polaris Studios of Roanoke is in a high tech business.
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SOT tape one 03:56:54
IN Q=We like

((NEIL NICKLAS/MOODY GRAPHIC-POLARIS STUDIOS: WE LIKE TO CALL IT THE CUTTING EDGE.))
RUNS=:02
OUT Q=cutting edge.


But it lacks a high end headquarters.
For some time now, the digital printing and photography company has been looking for a location that can handle its growth.
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SOT tape one 03:56:04
IN Q=That requires

((NICKLAS: THAT REQUIRES, QUITE A BIT OF ELBOW ROOM, FOR BOTH PRINTING AND BINDERY, WE NEED A LOT OF ROOM TO MOVE THAT PRODUCT THROUGH.))
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=product through.
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SOT lbsot tape 2:12:25
IN Q=In the coming months

((In the coming months though, Moody and two other companies will build brand spanking new facilities just like this one, here in Roanoke's Deanwood Commerce Center, and the relocations by these three firms represent the completion of a twenty year redevelopment project by the city of Roanoke.))
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=of Roanoke.


Redevelopment basically means the "recycling" of land.
For example, the land used in the Deanwood project used to have a lot of dilapidated and abandoned structures.
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SOT 01:36:29
IN Q=If there was

((DOUG CHITTUM/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATOR: IF THERE WAS A MODEL, I WOULD SAY THIS 10 ACRE DEVELOPMENT ON THIS SIDE OF THE RAILROAD TRACKS AND THEN THE 10 ACRES ON THE OTHER SIDE ARE CERTAINLY A MODEL OF THAT KIND OF ADAPTIVE REUSE.))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=reuse.


Places like Roanoke have had to increasingly turn to redevelopment as a means of luring or retaining businesses, because of a decreasing amount of available open space.
And while it may take longer to spruce up a piece of previously used property, the flipside is, there's no shortage of it.
Len Besthoff, News-7. ))

Volvo-GM


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#97-17
GRAPHIC=None


Salaried workers at Volvo-G-M won't be voting after all on whether to join the United Autoworkers union.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Dublin/File Tape;


About 60 percent of those employees had signed a petition filed with the National Labor Relations Board to request a vote.
The N-L-R-B requires only 30 percent.
But sources say the union complained that not enough workers attended organizational meetings.
The U-A-W withdrew the petition, cancelling the membership vote which had been set for tomorrow.
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Dimon


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-12
GRAPHIC=Tobacco


Dimon is a step closer to becoming the world's largest tobacco supplier.
The Danville company is working on a deal that would strengthen the company's position.
Teresa Hamilton explains.
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SOT
IN Q=Dimon's downtown
SUPER=03-Danville; :00
SUPER=01-Paul Ashworth/Corporate Communications, Dir.; :17
SUPER=@Teresa1; :58
RUNS=1:11
OUT Q=Hamilton, NEWS 7.

(( Dimon's downtown location is hard to miss-- the row of colorful flags outside its Danville headquarters seem to attract attention.
On a worldwide level, the tobacco supplier is making an impression of a different kind, with its expected acquisition of Intabex.
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SOT
IN Q=We are

((PAUL ASHWORTH/CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS, DIR.:WE ARE CURRENTLY PRE-ACQUISITION, THE SECOND LARGEST INTERNATIONAL LEAF DEALER IN THE WORLD, WE WILL STILL BE AFTER THE ACQUISITION, STILL BE NUMBER TWO, BUT ONLY BY A SMALL MARGIN. ))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=small margin.


Dimon's Corporate Communication's director says the deal is especially important because worldwide and American consumption of tobacco products is increasing.
Dimon supplies tobacco to companies such as R- J Reynolds and Lorillard.
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SOT
IN Q=This will

((PAUL ASHWORTH/CORPORATE COMMUNICATION'S DIR.:THIS WILL NOT ONLY COMPLIMENT SOME OF THE OPERATIONS WE HAVE IN EXISTING AREAS OF THE WORLD BUT TAKE DIMON INTO SOME NEW AREAS OF THE WORLD-- ONE PRIME EXAMPLE WOULD BE THAILAND WHERE WE DO NOT CURRENTLY OPERATE. ))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=currently operate.

take su
The deal is expected to be completed April first, and while it won't create any new jobs on a local level, the move will ensure Dimon remains a worldwide competitive force.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE

Inflation worries dominated a down day on Wall Street. The Dow tumbled 160 points, closing at 68 hundred 79. NASDAQ dropped 11 points.
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RUNS=:25
SUPER=x5005;


L'burg-Parks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-9
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg City Seal


Soccer season is underway.
But there may not be enough fields in Lynchburg to accommodate all the children who want to play.
Steve Smallshaw says: the city AND soccer parents are struggling to find a solution.
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SOT
IN Q=natsot
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SUPER=01-Lea Larsen/Lynchburg United Soccer; :19
SUPER=@ssm1; :51
SUPER=01-Jim Whitaker/Lynchburg Mayor; 1:13
RUNS=1:34
OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.



((natsot coach
RUNS=:02


They practice and play on rock-strewn, uneven fields.. where patches of dirt compete with grass for dominance.
Twelve hundred children take part in Lynchburg's youth soccer leagues every year.. but the REAL battle is for time and space on the city's limited soccer facilities.
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SOT 2:30:26
IN Q=And we're going

((LEA LARSEN/LYNCHBURG UNITED SOCCER: AND WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO SOON BE TURNING KIDS AWAY IF WE DON'T GET MORE FIELDS. WE'RE ALREADY IN A MAKE-DO SITUATION.))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=make-do situation.


Years of parks and recreation studies back them up... studies that have shown the existing soccer fields are poorly maintained, that there's been a shortage of fields for more than a decade, and that the current fields are over-utilized.
But all the studies and all the shows of strength at city council meetings have produced few results.
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SOT 2:31:20
IN Q=I try to

((LARSEN: I TRY TO KEEP REMEMBERING THAT CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS DO CHANGE OVER THE YEARS AND MAYBE THIS GROUP WILL BE HEARING US AND GETTING THESE FIELDS FOR THESE KIDS.))
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=for these kids.
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Standup
IN Q=Perhaps the

((Perhaps the ideal solution to the lack of soccer fields is also the most controversial. A new sports complex planned for this piece of land off Nationwide Drive would give the city the fields it so badly needs. But the project has been stalled by a lack of investors and a lawsuit from the neighbors who don't want it in their backyard.))
RUNS=:18
OUT Q=their backyard.


One of those neighbors happens to be Lynchburg mayor Jim Whitaker.
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SOT 3:07:29
IN Q=We are committed

((JIM WHITAKER/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: WE ARE COMMITTED TO DOING WHAT WE CAN.. THIS SEASON.))
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OUT Q=this season.


Yet another parks and rec study is due out in a few weeks, and then city council will take up the issue once again.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight on News 7 sports, the Madness has begun as the NCAA tournament tips off on Your Hometown Station today.
I'll have some highlights for you plus,
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VO-NAT eng#


Steve Mason has a preview of tonight's UVa- Iowa game, as Harold Deane and the Cavs look to advance in the West regional.
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S-Kansas


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-1
GRAPHIC=FINAL FOUR


The number one team in the nation, the Kansas Jayhawks opened the NCAA tournament by beating Jackson State this afternoon 78-to-64 in Memphis.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Memphis, TN/Kansas vs. Jackson St.; :00


Roy Williams knew his inside game was much stronger than Jackson State's coming into the game, and he turned out to be a prophet as the Jayhawks outrebounded the Tigers 61-to-27.
Scot Pollard had 12 points and 19 rebounds, while Raef LaFrentz had 18
SUPER=33-Kansas/78/Jackson St./64;

points and 14 boards as the Jayhawks advance in the Southeast region with the 78-to-64 win.
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S-Cincy


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-25
GRAPHIC=FINAL FOUR


In the Midwest regional in Auburn Hills, Michigan Cincinnati beat Butler 86-to-69.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Auburn Hills, MI/Cincinnati vs. Butler; :00


The Bearcats were in control of this one from the outset leading by 22 points as all-american Danny Fortson led the way with a game high 24.
The Bearcats turned the game into a SUPER=33-Cincinnati/86/Butler/69;

slam dunk competition at one point as they by as many as 25 before winning 86-to-69.
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S-Cal


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-26
GRAPHIC=NONE
WIPE TO ENG#
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Winston-Salem, NC/Cal vs. Princeton; :00


In the East down in Winston-Salem, cinderella Princeton was again looking to work its upset magic against California.
SUPER=33-California/55/Princeton/52;


But Tony Gonzalez took care of those thoughts with this jumper to give Cal a 55-to-52 win.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=hold final four


Other winners this afternoon include Villanova, Iowa State, Boston College, and Purdue which had to go to overtime to beat Rhode Island.

S-UVA


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VB97-1
GRAPHIC=Final Four


UVa takes it's first final four steps tonight against Iowa in the West region opener.
Steve Mason takes a final look at the Cavalier/Hawkeye match up.
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SUPER=01-Curtis Staples/UVa Guard; :25
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SUPER=01-Tom Davis/Iowa Head Coach; 1:25
RUNS=1:42
OUT Q=...News 7 sports"
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((One huge key for Virginia tonight; rebounding. The Cavaliers have made late season window cleaning strides and that will be important because Iowa is second in the nation in rebounding margin. ((:)) ((:))
Tonight marks a second chance for Iowa's Andre Wooldridge and UVa's Harold Deans to play against each other. ((:)) ((:))
Iowa Coach Tom Davis is 9 and OH in NCAA tournament first round contests. The Hawkeyes are 2 and 5 against ACC opponents in the dance and the Big Ten power holds UVa in high regard. ((:))
Tip off is set for 10:20 eastern time, you can watch the west region opener right here on your hometown station. Steve mason, News 7 sports")) ((
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S-WDBJ


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6PM
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE
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WIPE TO PINNACLE BOARD (18086)
Before the Virginia-Iowa game tips off tonight in salt Lake City, North Carolina gets the night festivities started against Fairfield at 7:30.
You'll also get some bonus coverage tonight of the Maryland - College of Charleston game from Memphis.
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S-Glenvar


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#S6-27
GRAPHIC=Group A


Tonight at 8:30, Glenvar/Floyd round five tips off in the Group A boys basketball state semifinals at the Vine Center on the campus of Liberty University.
The Buffaloes will have to stop Josh Williamson and Seth Noonkester; while the Highlanders will have to contend with Floyd's inside/outside punch of Travis Cantrell and Derek Saunders.
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Promo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=
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News 7 at 11 is pre-empted tonight because of the basketball tournament.
But for the region's first TEN O'clock newscast, Take Prime Time Board Fullscreen watch News-7 Prime Time on W-E-F-C.
It's on Channel 38 "over the air," and on a lot of cable systems--we're on Cable Channel ten in Blacksburg and Montgomery County, for example. That's News 7 at Six--good night. Talent=Keith