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Coming up-
It's a packed house in Bedford tonight- the fate of some school teachers is up for debate.
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Workers at one Southside company go union. Plus find out what doctors are saying about that 63 year old who gave birth.
And Mike checks in with Chip Sullivan in Greensboro.
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News 7 is next.

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Good Evening.
Dozens of teachers may lose their jobs in Bedford- the result of budget cuts.
The School board is talking about next year's budget. It's standing room only. We'll have a report-
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SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co;


Times-Fiber workers in Pittsylvania County will go union. They voted to join the United Steelworkers. We'll have reaction.
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


Authorities tonight say a suspicious substance found at the B'nai Brith headquarters in Washington is not life threatening.
The substance came in an envelope with a threatening note.
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ANCHOR=Jean


Join us for News 7 at Eleven.

Bedford-School


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
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TAPE#97-25
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It was standing room only tonight at Liberty High School where the Bedford County School Board is trying to finalize its budget for the next fiscal year.
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Steve Smallshaw joins us.
Steve, I understand the school board got an earful from parents and students tonight.
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Steve adlibs ((Rollcue: any cuts in the school systems programs.))
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((Q&A: ))

Philip-Morris


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-13
GRAPHIC=Philip Morris


It's becoming an annual tradition in Virginia, and this one was smokin'.
The world's biggest food, beverage and tobacco merchant comes to its Richmond manufacturing plant to tell shareholders the news.
And since it's Philip Morris, it's usually excellent financial news.
But this year's rosy earnings picture was clouded by other issues.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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SUPER=01-Russell Beggs/Richmond Shareholder; 59:
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((SHAME! SHAME! SHAME! SHAME!))
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((RUSSELL BEGGS/RETIRED PHILIP MORRIS WORKER: I LOVE THIS COMPANY.))
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((THESE MEETINGS ARE GRAND THEATER... NO COMMENT.))
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Bible instead refers shareholders to the company's most recent financial filings... where he says the company will listen to and explore all reasonable measures that make sense to resolve lawsuits.
Health activists hope NO deal is struck... and the company pays in every courtroom in America.
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((DR. DAVID LEWIS/MARTINSVILLE PHYSICIAN: I REALIZED THAT 25-PERCENT OF ALL THE PATIENTS THAT COME THROUGH THE DOOR OF MY BUSY HOSPITAL IN MARTINSVILLE, VIRGINIA ARE VICTIMS OF TOBACCO. THEY EITHER HAVE THE MAJOR PROBLEMS: THE LUNG CANCER, THE HEART DISEASE, THE CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE. OR THEY HAVE BRONCHITIS, AND SINUS INFECTIONS, AND EAR INFECTIONS, AND ASTHMA, AND PNEUMONIA.))
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((RUSSELL BEGGS/RETIRED PHILIP MORRIS WORKER: IT'S EASY TO QUIT. AND I'D LIKE TO ...PILLS AND PATCHES... DO IS QUIT.))
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((ANNE DONLEY: I think it was.. shareholders.))
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((MILDRED CASSADAY/RICHMOND SHAREHOLDER: BUT I THINK THESE NUTS WHO COMPLAIN SHOULD EITHER SELL THEIR STOCK OR SHUT UP.))
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The Marlboro man may be waiting to exhale.
This meeting came on the eve of a federal court ruling on FDA control of tobacco.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

B'nai-B'rith


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Authorities now say a suspicious liquid sent to the B'nai Brith headquarters in Washington is not life threatening.
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More than 100 people underwent de-contamination after they were exposed to a red liquid- that came mailed in an envelope.
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((CHIEF ALVIN CARTER/DC FIRE DEPT: THE DECONTAMINATION PROCESS INVOLVES BEING WASHED DOWN COMPLETELY AFTER THE PEOPLE HAVE TAKEN OFF ALL THEIR CLOTHES DOWN TO THEIR UNDERWEAR.))
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At least 15 people were taken to the hospital- complaining they felt ill.
Authorities say the liquid isn't poisonous but they still don't know exactly what it is.
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Ok-Trial


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Oklahoma City Bombing Trial


Opening arguments began in the Oklahoma City Bombing trial.
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Prosecutors today told the jury Timothy McVeigh murdered innocent men and women-
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((JOHN WALSH/FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTOR: AND USE THAT AS SORT OF AN EMOTIONAL PUNCH TO PUT THE JURY IN THE FRAME OF MIND OF WHAT A HORRIBLE THING THIS WAS.))
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Defense Attorney Stephen Jones says McVeigh is innocent.
He says one of the victims gave investigators a description of a man getting out of a truck- that doesn't describe his client.
The trial continues tomorrow.
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Times-Fiber


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
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TAPE#97-27
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Persistence paid off for union supporters in Pittsylvania County.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co.;


Workers at Times Fiber Communications in Chatham ruled in favor of union representation.
This is the employees second attempt in one year to unionize.
The union was voted down last time.
But the National Labor Relations Board set aside that vote and ordered a new election after the union accused the company of several violations.
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IN Q=I'm very excited

((WESLEY FEARS/UNION SUPPORTER: I'M VERY EXCITED. I BEEN PULLING FOR THIS FOR OVER TEN YEARS, I'VE BEEN EMPLOYED HERE ELEVEN AND I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS FOR TEN YEARS STRONG. I AM SO HAPPY I CAN'T CONTROL MYSELF. EVERYONE FEELS GOOD. FREDRICK STROUD/UNITED STEELWORKERS: UNION REPRESENTATION FOR EMPLOYEES AT TIMES FIBER MEANS SIMPLY THIS: THAT IT WILL NOT BE BUSINESS AS USUAL. THESE EMPLOYEES HAVE BEEN MISTREATED, THESE EMPLOYEES IS A GOOD SET OF EMPLOYEES THEY WORK HARD FOR THEIR MONEY, AND THE ONLY THING THEY'RE ASKING FOR IS JUSTICE ON THE JOB.))
SUPER=01-Wesley Fears/Union Supporter; :00
SUPER=01-Frederick Stroud/United Steelworkers Rep.;:14
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Three hundred-21 of the 470 workers voted in favor of the union.
The company makes coaxial cable.
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BV-Council


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-26
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A regional project holds the promise of new jobs at the idle Blue Bird plant in Buena Vista.
But tonight, the proposal is also raising questions and criticism.
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SUPER=03-Buena Vista;


Deschamps (deh-shomps) Laboratories wants to expand its local operations, but it doesn't need the entire site.
The result is a complicated, regional agreement that would share the debt and eventually the revenues.
Last week, Buena Vista City Council approved the agreement, but members are still debating whether the city has gotten a fair shake from Lexington and Rockbridge County.
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(( ))
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Buena Vista City Council did not reconsider its approval, but there are questions about the legality of the original vote.
The Rockbridge County Board of Sueprvisors and the Lexington City Council are expected to vote on the agreement next week.
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Still to come on the newscast...
Norfolk Southern's alleged problems with waste removal could carry into other states,
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and from Bedford, a convicted murderer says a tainted jury is responsible for putting him on death row.
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Fisher


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
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TAPE#97-22
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A federal magistrate says he'll schedule a new hearing in the 10-year old capital murder case of David Lee Fisher.
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Fisher arranged to have 18-year old David Wilkey killed on a hunting trip in the Stone Mountain area in 1983.
SUPER=03-Bedford/1987


But a member of the jury now says she went along with those who wanted Fisher to die... only after her husband told her to.
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ANCHOR=Jean
SS=Legal Scales


In a sworn affidavit, Bertha Thomas also says the jury learned during deliberations that Fisher said he'd kill the jurors if he ever got out of prison.
The magistrate wants to hear testimony on the issue of outside influence on the jury before deciding whether Fisher should be re-sentenced.

2Hopping-Mad


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#97-19
GRAPHIC=Hopping Mad at NS


For years people have complained about bags of human waste found alongside Norfolk Southern tracks in Bedford County.
A property owner there blames N-S's "dry hopper" method of on-board waste disposal.
SS=Hopping Mad Full Screen


In part two of "Hopping Mad at N-S", Len Besthoff reports this may also be happening out of state.
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SUPER=01-Kenny Chattin/Bedford Co. Farmer; :22
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((
Larry and Kenny Chattin have no doubt the bags of human waste they're finding on their farm are being thrown from Norfolk Southern trains that run along their property.
That's because N-S is the only railroad in the U-S using a "dry hopper" system, which requires on-board employees to relieve themselves in plastic bags draped over a commode, instead of a toilet.
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IN Q=The system

((KENNY CHATTIN/BEDFORD CO. FARMER: THE SYSTEM HAS FLAWS IN IT. IT LEAVES THE ENGINEER IN THERE WITH A STENCH IN THE TRAIN. AND YOU KNOW, JUST ADD ONE AND ONE TOGETHER AND YOU KNOW THEY'RE COMING FROM THE RAILROAD.))
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Former engineers tell us it may be DAYS before bags of human waste are removed from the trains...and that's why they've seen co- workers take matters into their own hands.
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IN Q=Out in the

((VAN WIMMER/RETIRED NS ENGINEER: OUT IN THE ROUGH AREAS YOU'LL SEE BAGS OVER THE BANKS AND DOWN IN DITCHES AND IN HOLES, HANGING FROM TREES, HANGING FROM THE ELECTRIC WIRES.))
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(( In the past N-S has denied its workers are tossing these bags off its trains, and in court proceedings it has suggested that the only place this is happening is here at the Chattin farm.))
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((CHATTIN: IT MADE US WONDER WHY. BUT AS WE FOUND OUT, WE'RE NOT THE ONLY ONES IT'S HAPPENING TO.))
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A few miles down the tracks, Doug Dent says similar bags of human waste have landed on his property.
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((DOUG DENT/BEDFORD CO. RESIDENT: BACK AS EARLY AS 86 I STARTED FINDING THEM ON THE BACK OF MY PROPERTY, ALONG THE RIGHT OF WAY LINE.))
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And a complaint to N-S in 1989 from a Montgomery County woman said "The bags litter the tracks east and west of here for at least two miles."
News 7 has researched information which indicates the problem may be happening out of state as well...the discovery of the bags on tracks N-S uses in Michigan was noted in a 1994 hearing, and we recently spoke via satellite with one of Conrail's union leaders, who says workers using N-S engines in New York state have apparently dumped the bags as well.
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((BOB GODWIN/CHMN. BROTHERHOOD LOC. ENGINEERS-NY: THEY'RE YELLOW AND ORANGE AND GREEN. AND THEY'RE NOT TOO HARD TO SEE.))
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((And how far do you see them? ))
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((GODWIN: ALL THE WAY FROM ALBANY UP TO BUFFALO ANYWAY THAT I KNOW OF.))
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And in this 1994 document an N-S attorney discussing the "dry hopper" system admits that "...some misuse of the system occurs on NS despite Management's corrective efforts".
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SOT NS WASTE X TOT 05:26:59
IN Q=Here's a

((LAWRENCE MANN/RAIL UNION SAFETY ATTORNEY: HERE'S A MAJOR CORPORATION THAT CAN OFFER 10 BILLION DOLLARS FOR CONRAIL, YET THEY CAN'T SUPPLY ITS EMPLOYEES WITH A TOILET. IT SENDS A HELLUVA SIGNAL CONCERNING THE MANAGEMENT TYPE PEOPLE THAT YOU'RE DEALING WITH ON NORFOLK SOUTHERN.))
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N-S has refused to comment on any of this because of a pending lawsuit involving the Chattins.
In part three of our report we'll look at the efforts to change N-S's "dry hopper" system.
Len Besthoff, News-7.))
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Coming up next on News 7 at eleven,
Doctors say 63 is not over the hill when it comes to having children.
We'll hear what they're saying about the world's oldest mom.
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And an overnight search ends as Tennessee police find two women murdered.
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Clerks


ANCHOR=Jean
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It started as a case of two missing women- now it's a case of unsolved murder.
Two women who worked at a Baskin Robbins in Tennessee are dead-
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SUPER=03-Clarksville, TN;


They're bodies found in a state natural area two miles from the ice cream shop.
21 year old Angela Holmes and 16 year old Michelle Mace were reported missing last night.
Mace's mom called police after she went by the store to pick up her daughter and noticed it was empty.
Police found the bodies today.
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((YOU NEVER HEAR ABOUT ANYTHING LIKE THIS AND YOU KNOW THIS IS REALLY HITTING CLOSE TO HOME. IT'S REALLY GETTING SCARY.)) ((I JUST CAN'T BELIEVE SOMEONE DID THAT TO THEM BECAUSE IT WASN'T FOR A LOT OF MONEY. CRYING.... THEY WERE JUST SO NICE.))
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Police say cash was gone- so was the tape from the stores surveillance camera.
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63-Birth


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
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It was just yesterday news came out about a 63 year old woman giving birth- with the help of in vitro-fertilization.
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SUPER=03-Los Angeles;


The announcement- while extraordinary was not surprising to doctors.
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((DR. MARK SAUER/COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER: I HAVE NO DOUBT THAT WE CAN MAKE WOMEN PREGNANT WELL BEYOND 63.))
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Sauer says while technology can make almost any-age woman pregnant, he questions whether it should be done.
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((DR. MARK SAUER I AM CONCERNED NOT TODAY ABOUT HER AND HER BABY. I'M CONCERNED ABOUT HER WHEN SHE'S GOT A 15 YEAR OLD THAT MAY BE A REAL PROBLEM AND NOW SHE'S PUSHING 80. ))
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Doctors say men have become fathers for a long time in this age group. They say technology may prompt a change in society's attitudes-
Most clinics do still put an age limit of 55 on motherhood. The 63 year old woman lied about her age to get into the program.
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S-Avalanche


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#S7-5
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The Salem Avalanche lost a lead late in the game and Winston-Salem wins the game 9 to 5.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Avalanche vs Warthogs; :


A nice night out last night as some fans from Channel 7 watch the action.
The Avalanche threatened to score in the bottom of the fifth-- Jamie Taylor hits a shot that drops in between two Warthog outfielders for a single but the Warthogs closed the inning.
Then later in the game the Warthogs scored. Clemente Alvarez singles and
SUPER=37-Winston-Salem/9/Salem/5/; Brent Wilhelm rounds the bases to score to

make it 5 to 3 Salem but Winston-Salem comes from behind to win it 9 to 5.
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S-Tigers


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-26
GRAPHIC=Tigers/Rangers


The Detroit Tigers were on the road for an afternoon game against the Texas Rangers.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Arlington, TX/KXTX; :


A cool afternoon in Arlington at the Stadium this afternoon.
Texas Pitcher Roger Pavlik comes up big with this pitch striking out Melvin Nieves to end the inning.
Then in the seventh with the game SUPER=35-Detroit/2/Texas/4/;scoreless

Detroit's Travis Fryman gets all of this pitch for a two run homer over the left field wall the Tigers led 2 to nothing but Texas wins it 4 to 2.
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S-High


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=STt5-28
GRAPHIC=Hometown Hoops Weekly


Two local high school basketball standouts have decided to play college ball at home.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke/1996-97 Season; :00


William Fleming senior Brad Dunleavey has decided to attend Roanoke College and play for the Maroons. Dunleavey, a two year starter for the Colonels, average 13 points and 5 rebounds per game this season. Patrick Henry's Colby Leftwitch has also committed to Roanoke. Leftwitch averaged 11 points and 5 rebounds per game for the Patriots.
Also, sources have told News 7 sports that Cave Spring senior Alex Phillips is also close to committing to Roanoke. He's also considering Randolph Macon.
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S-Scharnus


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-4
GRAPHIC=Mike Scharnus


News 7 sports has learned that Liberty head football coach Mike Scharnus announced his resignation today.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke/1995; :


Scharnus led the Minutemen to their first playoff in school history in 1995 against William Campbell.
That same year he was the Friday Football Extra Group Two-A coach of the year.
Scharnus, a former receiver at Virginia Tech, will still remain in the Seminole District as head coach at Rustburg High School.
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S-NBA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-27
GRAPHIC=NBA Logo


The Charlotte made a trip to the Big Apple to open the N-B-A playoffs against the New York Knicks.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-New York, NY/WTBS; :


The Knicks after the win in game one of the playoff series.
But Charlotte's Muggsy Bogues, playing with a sore hamstring, hits this three pointer the Hornets trailed by five.
John Starks came off the bench and scored 12 first half points here hitting the jumper from the corner.
New York led by as many as 11 in SUPER=32-New York/109/Charlotte/99/;the

first half Larry Johnson scoring two of his 17 first half points and New York wins it 109 to 99.
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Mike Stevens will check in with a report from Greensboro on the valley's pro Chip Sullivan.

S-Scores


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#None
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The Orlando Magic opened up their playoff series with the Miami tonight for that and all of the scores lets check the boards.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
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And coming up, There's a three way tie for the lead at the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic.
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And Mike Stevens will check in with a report on the valley's man in the field Chip Sullivan.
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S-Golf


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-6
GRAPHIC=Greensboro Chrysler


The 59-th Greensboro Chrysler Classic opened yesterday with Chip Sullivan carrying the banner for the entire Roanoke Valley.
Mike Stevens and Photographer Dennis Brown followed Chip on his round yesterday.
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that's it for sports. have a great day everybody

S-PGA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-1
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Greensboro, NC/USA Network; :


There's a 3 way tie for the lead after the first round at Forest Oaks.
Sandy Lyle, Making this put for parr on 18, finished the round with a six under par 66.
Lyle shares the first round lead with Mike Hulbert, Making this putt for par on 18 and Robert Damron.
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S-Field


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-2
GRAPHIC=News 7 sports


Build it and the Southwest Community HOPES they will come.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Today; :00


The Hidden Valley Junior High Sports Complex was officially unveiled today thanks to sponsors like Outback Steakhouse, boosters and community members that have donated money and time to develop the facility.
In addition to the football and soccer fields; there is new fencing and a new scoreboard.
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((TODD KAGEALS/HIDDEN VALLEY COACH:))
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