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ANCHOR=Keith

Coming up on NEWS 7:
An apology from Governor Allen.
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VO-NAT


An up-close look at some heavy hardware at V-M-I.
And the short-cut to historical correctness at Colonial Williamsburg.
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Sports-head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Tonight on News 7 sports, Rusty wins the pole in qualifying at Bristol, the Yankees and Mariners get afternoon wins,
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And four time Masters champ Arnold Palmer bows out gracefully at the Masters at the age of 67.
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The weather picture goes from sunshine to rain tomorrow. But many areas could use a shower. The forecast details and WeatherSchool are coming up.

Helvestine


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-9
GRAPHIC=Frank Helvestine


He never intended to kill two-year old Carrie Mask. Frank Helvestine was merely plotting to trash a woman's car, when he allegedly arranged to put a pipe bomb in it.
The little girl got in the way, and now HE'll be tried for SECOND- degree murder.
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SUPER=03-Salem


The 76-year old suspect won a procedural victory in court this morning.
Judge Dianne Strickland took out the word "arson" and amended the indictment to read: second degree murder, instead of FIRST- degree.
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((I'D FEEL A WHOLE LOT BETTER IF THE WHOLE THING WAS OUT OF THE WAY. BUT WE'LL JUST GO WITH IT AS IT GOES. THAT'S ALL YOU CAN DO.))
SUPER=01-Frank Helvestine/Pipe Bomb Suspect
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The case is set for trial in late July.
Helvestine admits he acquired parts for the bomb 22-years ago- -allegedly upset by an inter-racial relationship.
Helvestine wasn't there when the bomb went off.
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Leftwich


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-12
GRAPHIC=Leftwich


Steven Leftwich is going to jail for assault, but he says he'll sue the police officers who sent him there.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Leftwich testified he was attacked by police during a traffic stop last year, but a jury found him guilty of assaulting the officers.
Today he was sentenced to four months in jail.
Leftwich's attorney called it a victory, saying the initial charges against his client could have brought up to a hundred years in prison.
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IN Q=A year later

((HAROLD BARNES/DEFENSE ATTORNEY; A YEAR LATER OF COURSE A JURY THAT WAS RELUCTANT TO CONVICT HIM AT ALL GAVE HIM JUST 30 DAYS ON EACH CHARGE. IF HE WERE GUILTY IN THE TRUE SENSE OF THE WORD OF BEATING HALF OF THE POLICE OFFICERS ON THE FORCE OF THE CITY OF ROANOKE, THEN THE JURY WOULD NOT HAVE GIVEN HIM 30 DAYS SO WE THINK WE HAVE A VICTORY HERE.))
SUPER=01-Harold Barnes/Defense Attorney;
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OUT Q=a victory here
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Leftwich says he will file a 10 million dollar lawsuit against the police department for violating his civil rights.
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Allen


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-8
GRAPHIC=Allen


The Governor say he's sorry if he offended anyone with Confederate Heritage Month.
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SOT 02:56:10
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: SO WHAT WE NEED TO DO IS ACTUALLY CELEBRATE THE DIVERSITY OF OUR VERY RICH HISTORY.))
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That's George Allen today celebrating diversity... after the national media picked up on a call by black civil rights groups for him to step down.
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IN Q=I would hate

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: BUT FOR THOSE WHO MIGHT BE SINCERELY OFFENDED BY IT, THAT WAS CLEARLY NOT MY INTENT. I WOULD HATE TO HAVE SOMETHING IN A DAY WHERE YOU'RE PROCLAIMING A DAY OR A MONTH OR A WEEK FOR SOMETHING THAT'S PART OF OUR HERITAGE OR PART OF OUR HISTORY-- IF SOMEONE DOESN'T CARE TO CELEBRATE IT, THEY DON'T NEED TO. BUT I SURELY DON'T WANT TO UPSET ANYONE, CAUSE ANY DIVISIVENESS, AND I WOULD APOLOGIZE TO ANYONE WHO SOMEHOW GETS THAT FEELING, BECAUSE THAT CLEARLY WAS NOT THE INTENT.))
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TALENT=Keith
SS=HOLD


Allen's proclamation urges Virginians to "respect the honorable sacrifices of Confederate leaders, soldiers, and citizens to the cause of liberty."
It says the Confederacy is a source of pride and honor for millions of Americans.
It makes NO mention of slavery or the struggle of those who sought to abolish it.

Cullen


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=equ
TAPE#597-16
GRAPHIC=Sate Seal


Former federal prosecutor Richard Cullen will finish Jim Gilmore's term as Virginia's Attorney General.
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Gilmore gave an emotional thank you to his staff today and an enthusiastic welcome to Cullen.
Gilmore will step down to campaign full time for Governor in June.
Today, Governor Allen announced the appointment of Cullen to begin the transition.
Cullen is a Republican and political ally of Allen and Gilmore.
Late last year, he dropped his own bid to run for attorney general.
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Katzen


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-23
GRAPHIC=Katzen


The field of Republicans running for statewide office is now smaller by one.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


Fauquier County Delegate Jay Katzen has pulled out of the race for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor.
Katzen says he withdrew in the best interest of party unity.
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Northern Virginia businessman Coleman Andrews and G-O-P treasurer John Hager of Richmond are still running for the nomination.

Ingersoll-Fire


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-21
GRAPHIC=Fire


Fire broke out in a Roanoke County plant this morning, but the quick work of employees kept damage to a minimum.
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Firefighters feared a major industrial fire when they were called to the Ingersoll Rand plant around 10:45.
Despite a large amount of smoke, the flames were contained to a tempering oven and its ductwork.
Fire officials say the company's fire brigade kept the blaze from getting out of hand.
Employees were evacuated from the building, but no one was injured, and they returned to the plant about an hour and a half later.
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Still to come on the newscast, a study says more than a thousand school children in Lynchburg have developed lead poisoning,
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and from Colonial Williamsburg, we'll tell you why the resort is telling its employees to quit letting their hair down.
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Lead-Poisoning


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-17
GRAPHIC=Lead Poisoning


More than 12- hundred children in Lynchburg have contracted lead poisoning, and thousands more are at risk.
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Those numbers come from a recent survey conducted by Lynchburg College. It targeted more than 400 inner city homes, more than half of which have problems with chipped and flaking lead- based paint.
Professor Tom Seaman says the results didn't surprise him.
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IN Q=So now the

((DR. TOM SEAMAN/LYNCHBURG COLLEGE: SO NOW THE CHALLENGE IS TO GET INTO THOSE HOMES, TO MEET THOSE FAMILIES AND WORK TOWARDS PREVENTION BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE.))
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That's where several neighborhood councils are stepping in.
They've developed lead poisoning awareness programs and are taking that information into the at- risk homes.
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IN Q=We're breaking that

((KARRIE WILSON/WHITE ROCK HILL NEIGHBORHOOD: WE'RE BREAKING THAT ICE, BECAUSE WE CAN GO BACK TO THAT MOTHER AT ANY TIME AND WE HAVE PLANS TO GO BACK TO MANY OF THEM, AND SHOW THEM HOW TO DEVELOP A LEAD- SAFETY PROGRAM.))
SUPER=01-Karrie Wilson/White Rock Hill Neighborhood; :00
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City council this week allotted 29- thousand dollars to develop lead poisoning public awareness materials.
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Pay-Inequity


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#97-16
GRAPHIC=NONE


Most people don't know it, but today is an important day for working women in the U.S.
It's today, three-and-a-half months into the new year when the average woman's earnings equal what her male counter-part earned in the previous year.
The Y-W-C-A of Roanoke Valley is one of 45 partners across the country hosting events for National Pay Inequity Awareness Day.
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((SALLY GRAVELY/ROANOKE VALLEY YWCA: WOMEN ARE TYPICALLY, ACROSS THE UNITED STATES PAID 71 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, AND IT'S EVEN MORE INEQUITABLE FOR WOMEN OF COLOR. THEY'RE PAID ABOUT 66 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. SO TODAY IS THE DAY WHERE WE SAY "WHERE IS MY 29 CENTS?" ))
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Gravely says on a national basis, the wage gap between men and women is about nine thousand dollars a year.
Added up over a 30- year career, that's more than a quarter of a million dollars.
Pay Inequity Awareness Day is intended to empower women to turn up the heat on their employers.
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Colonial-Williamsburg


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-15
GRAPHIC=NONE


Colonial Williamsburg's having a bad hair day.
A new appearance standard for employees has them splitting hairs at Virginia's only Mobil five-star resort.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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(( It's spring shearing time in Colonial Williamsburg.
But for those who believe there's NO such thing as baaaaaad publicity--
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((JEFF PALMAR/HOTEL MECHANIC: I JUST WENT IN AND TOLD 'EM TO GO AHEAD AND HACK IT OFF. NO SAVING IT NOW.))
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Men must wear their hair short.
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((DIANA SMITH/MAINTENANCE WORKER: WELL I BOUGHT MY NEW EARRINGS ...REBELLING...LONG EARRINGS FOR THE GUYS.))
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SOT TAPE ONE 22:20:20

((TIM ANDREWS/COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG: WE'RE A TOP-NOTCH... INCREASINGLY DISCERNING TRAVELLING PUBLIC.))
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After a short grace period, the standards take effect Monday.
The irony is that the historical interpreters are expected to have long hair.
The horse is a natural.
The groom threw a little hair weave into his grooming.
For those that want to hide their mohawks and piercings...
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((HATS AND BASKETS...MIDDLE BOOTH.))
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sot 23:52:40 STANDUP TAPE TWO

((THE HOTEL WORKERS...REALLY NO OUTCRY UNTIL THE NATIONAL UNION FOLKS IN DC FOUND OUT.))
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((DIANA SMITH/MAINTENANCE WORKER:YEAH. THEY WERE REALLY AGGRAVATED AT FIRST. BUT NOW THAT WE'VE HAD MEETINGS ON TOP OF MEETINGS.))
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SOT TAPE ONE 22:25:54

((TIM ANDREWS/COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG: NEXT TIME MAYBE INSTEAD OF HAVING THE NEWS MEDIA DESCEND ON US TO DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS... WHAT WE DO HERE.))
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So if a shave is mandatory -- what's the deal with the shades?
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((DIANA SMITH/MAINTENANCE WORKER:I BELIEVE IT'S OVERALL STANDARDS. SOCIETY RELATES THAT. WHO WAS IT? TIMOTHY MCVEIGH? NICE CLEAN CUT GUY YOU KNOW? THAT'S SOCIETY YOU KNOW, SOCIETY REALLY NEEDS TO GET OVER IT.))
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Ellen Qualls, News 7, Williamsburg.

Stocks


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


Inflation fears took the wind out of Wall Street's sails today.
The DOW dropped over 148 points to close for the week at 63-hundred-92.
That's a loss of 134 points for the week.
NASDAQ fell close to 29 points.
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Tire-Amnesty


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-13
GRAPHIC=NONE


An effort to clear old tires from Roanoke Valley neighborhoods got off to a successful start this morning.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Roanoke Valley Resource Authority is sponsoring Tire Amnesty Days.
Residents of Roanoke City, Roanoke County, and the town of Vinton may dispose of up to 25 tires without charge.
And they were lining up early this morning.
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((DON CALDWELL/CITY ACTION TEAM: WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A SUBSTANTIAL IMPACT AFFECTING NEIGHBORS, PEOPLE WHO HAVE TWO OR THREE TIRES IN A LOT BESIDE OF THEM. THE CITY CAN'T DO IT ALL FOR THEM. WE'RE TRYING TO HELP TODAY, BUT ULTIMATELY IT FALLS BACK ON THE INDIVIDUALS TO KEEP THEIR OWN NEIGHBORHOODS CLEAN.))
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There are five drop- off sites in operation tomorrow from eight A-M to five P-M.
They are located at the Roanoke Civic Center, Towers Shopping Center, Crossroads Mall, Tanglewood Mall and the public works center in Vinton.
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Marshall-Day


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#97-24
GRAPHIC=VMI


Students across the region had "tons" of fun at Virginia Military Institute this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Lexington;


They got to sit front and center inside of this 52- thousand pound Marine helicopter.
It's the largest chopper the United States has, and it was on display during V-M-I's Marshall Day celebration.
Each branch of the military was represented at the annual event.
Most displayed vehicles and equipment, but the Army National Guard showed off some of it's combat ATTIRE.
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((TROY WILLIAMS/ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: DEPENDING ON WHAT KIND OF TERRAIN YOU'RE IN, YOU CAN CHANGE IT-- PUT DIFFERENT COLORS IN IT AND DIFFERENT TYPES OF VEGETATION. WHATEVER YOU WANT TO DO. ))
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The day was sponsored by the George C. Marshall Foundation.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#SPORTS TEASE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight in sports, a bad day at Augusta for the Great White Shark, the Yankees get rocked in their home opener.
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And Rusty is back in town as he wins the pole at Bristol.
Steve Mason checks in with qualifying results tonight in sports.
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-35
GRAPHIC=BRISTOL


Rusty Wallace continued his mastery of the Bristol bowl today, by putting the Miller Lite Ford on the pole for the Food City 500 on Sunday.
Steve Mason has more on today's qualifying from the Bristol Motor Speedway.
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S-Victory


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-21
GRAPHIC=VICTORY SPEEDWAY


The Victory Stadium Speedway is also open for business tonight for its second Friday night of
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action. Last Friday night a nice crowd turned out at the stadium for some rammin and bammin.
Tonight fans can catch action in five divisions, including a 50 lap late Model event. And a 25 classic car event.
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S-Masters


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-4
GRAPHIC=MASTERS


The second round of the Masters is winding down at Augusta National, and right now Tiger Woods and Colin Montgomery are leading the way with a number of golfers still on the course.
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SUPER=03-Augusta, GA; :00


Greg Norman is in serious danger of missing the cut after following up yesterday's 77 with a two over par 74.
He had three bogeys down the stretch and finished at seven over for 36 holes.
And 67 year old Arnold Palmer, who is recovering from Prostate cancer followed yesterday's 89 with an 87.
The four time Masters champ says he was embarrassed by his play.
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S-Yankees


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-4
GRAPHIC=YANKEES/A'S


The world champion New York Yankees finally played their home opener this afternoon at Yankee Stadium.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-New York, NY/A's vs, Yankees; :00


Don Mattingly helped manager Joe Torre hoist the Yanks championship banner into the sky in pregame ceremonies.
And the Yankee Clipper Joe Dimaggio was also on hand.
He threw out the first pitch and threw a strike.
David Cone took a cue from Joe D, as he struck out the side in both the first and 6th innings. He had 12 K's in 7 innings.
But Yankee reliever Mariano Rivera gave up this massive homer to mark McGwire to deep center field as the A's beat the Yankees 3-to-1 in 12 innings.
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S-Sox


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-5
GRAPHIC=NONE
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The long ball also did in the red Sox this afternoon.
Former Braves' ace Steve Avery get s sore neck in the third as Alex Rodriguez hits this solo homer to lead the Ken Griffey-less Mariners to a 5-to-3 win over the red Sox.
Steve Avery is now 0-and-1.
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S-Shuler


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#RS96-1
GRAPHIC=SAINTS


The New Orleans want heath Shuler but they aren't willing to give the Redskins much in compensation for the restricted free agent.
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SUPER=03-Frostburg, MD/Last July; :00


The saints offered the Redskins their fifth round pick this year and also in 1998.
The Skins immediately turned the offer down saying they want the saints number 3 pick this year, which will be the 62nd overall player.
To two sides plan to keep negotiating.
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