06:00-01

City-Council

ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=afr
TAPE#97-29
GRAPHIC=roanoke city seal


After some controversy Roanoke City Council approved the budget it set out for itself.
The budget includes a 14 percent pay raise for council members and a 28 percent increase in the mayor's salary.
Andrew Freiden reports.
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SOT
IN Q=
SUPER=03-Roanoke;:15 (quick)
SUPER=07-Regina Vasser; :19
SUPER=01-David Mays/Va. Police Benevolent Assoc.; :50
SUPER=07-David Gravely; 1:04
SUPER=01-Lynda Wyatt/Roanoke Vice-Mayor; 1:19
SUPER=@Bowers; 1:29
SUPER=@andrew1; 1:40
RUNS=1:55
OUT Q=News 7.

(( prepro
The budget includes a monthly hike of 44 cents in the 911 surcharge on your phone bill-- an added tax burden of $5.28.
There's also a new 10 percent tax on cell phones, up to 3 dollars a month.
It also includes a real estate tax cut of 1 cent.
SOT 7:07:23

((REGINA VASSER: YOUR ONE CENT REAL PROPERTY TAX. IT'S AN INSULT. TO ME IT'S AN INSULT AND A JOKE. ))
RUNS=:08

prepro
On a 100 thousand dollar home, that works out to a savings of 10 dollars a year.
Council also considered its own salaries.
Members gave themselves raises...from 14 to 16 thousand dollars a year for council members.
The mayor's salary jumps from 18 to 23 thousand dollars annually.
Some citizens criticized the move...saying most city employees get less than 3 percent raises.
SOT 7:09:15

((DAVID MAYS: COST OF LIVING IS 2.8% AND EVERY COP I'VE TALKED TO IS GETTING 2.6 OR LESS. BUT YOU THINK IT'S RIGHT FOR YOU TO MAKE MORE THAN THE CITY OF RICHMOND? ))
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SOT=7:15:59

((DAVID GRAVELY: MR. MAYOR, WITH ALL DUE RESPECT, ROANOKE DO NOT NEED YOU. CITY COUNCIL. WITH ALL DUE RESPECT, ROANOKE DO NOT NEED YOU.))
RUNS=:11


Two members of council voted against the pay raises.
SOT 7:48:22

((LYNDA WYATT/VICE-MAYOR: WE'RE TALKING ABOUT THE TAXPAYER MONEY. THEIR DOLLARS AND I THINK THEY EXPECT US TO BE JUDICIOUS WITH THE WAY WE SPEND THEIR MONEY. ))
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SOT

((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: I ONLY RECEIVED 6 PHONE CALLS AGAINST THIS THIS PAST WEEK, I HAD MANY CITIZENS COMING TO ME SAYING, IS THAT ALL THEY'RE PAYING YOU TO BE MAYOR? ))
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SOT on edit tape

((ANDREW FREIDEN/REPORTER: THE MAYOR DID GET A 20 PERCENT RAISE LAST YEAR, BUT UNTIL THEN, THAT OFFICE HADN'T SEEN A RAISE SINCE 1987.
ALSO TONIGHT, THREE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS WERE ELECTED. THEY ARE MARSHA ELLISON, F. B. WEBSTER DAY, AND SHERMAN LEA. ANDREW FREIDEN, NEWS7.))
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E-Leisure-Fire


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-27
GRAPHIC=Fire


The publishers of the Roanoker Magazine were NOT chasing a story when they quickly evacuated their building yesterday..they were fleeing a fire that damaged their building.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


A passerby on Brambleton Avenue spotted smoke coming from Leisure Publishing and sounded the alarm.
The fire apparently started in a room where negatives and old magazines were stored. Flames burned through the roof, but no one was injured.
Production areas of the building were not affected by the flames.
And president Richard Wells said he does NOT believe the fire will cause major delays for Roanoker Magazine, Blue Ridge Country, or the company's other publications.
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TORNADO


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=tornado


It was a day they won't soon forget in Miami.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Miami, FL;


A tornado roared into downtown and sent residents scrambling for cover.
The twister was caught on video by local television news crews and by amateur photographers.
The video shows the funnel cloud as it blew through downtown and then tracked the exclusive shore where many high rise condominiums stand.
The twister uprooted trees and flipped over cars. Some minor injuries were reported.
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P-Kilgore


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=spr
TAPE#597-13
GRAPHIC=kilgore


A candidate for Attorney General is addressing recent violence at state rest areas.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


Republican Jerry Kilgore believes privatization is the answer.
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.;


He says by bidding out all state highway rest stops, individual businesses could provide 24-hour a day services... in a well lit environment.
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SOT 2:04
IN Q=Everyone's now

((JERRY KILGORE/R- CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: EVERYONE'S NOW AFRAID TO STOP AT THESE REST AREAS ONCE IT GETS DARK AND THAT'S NOT RIGHT. THAT'S NOT THE RIGHT SIGNAL WE AS VIRGINIANS WANT TO SEND TO THOSE TRAVELING THROUGH THE COMMONWEALTH. ))
SUPER=01-Jerry Kilgore/(R) Attorney General Candidate;
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=the Commonwealth
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=HOLD


Kilgore is receiving opposition from NAT-SO, Incorporated... which represents more than 30 travel plazas and truck stops in Virginia.
The group says if rest areas are privatized, it could wipe out all other interchange business.

P-Appomattox-Murder


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#597-11
SS=murder investigation


Appomattox County investigators say a Lynchburg woman found floating in the James River Sunday night had been shot to death.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Appomattox Co.


The body of 23- year- old Lisa Yvonne Crider was discovered by two fishermen-
Her remains were found off Route 605 in the Bent Creek area.
Detectives from five central Virginia jurisdictions are now looking for her killer.
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SOT 3:06:42
IN Q=At the present

((WILSON STAPLES/APPOMATTOX CO. SHERIFF: AT THE PRESENT TIME, THE REGIONAL HOMICIDE SQUAD HAS BEEN ACTIVATED AND WE'RE FOLLOWING UP ALL LEADS AND ANY INFORMATION THAT WE CAN OBTAIN FROM THE FAMILY AS TO WHEN SHE WAS LAST SEEN AND HER ASSOCIATION WITH INDIVIDUALS AT THAT TIME.))
SUPER=01-Wilson Staples/Appomattox Co. Sheriff; :00
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=at that time.
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VO-NAT


Staples says Crider was last seen in Lynchburg Saturday night about 24 hours before her body turned up in Appomattox.
Anyone with information about the crime is asked to call the Appomattox County sheriff's department.
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p-Barnabei


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=amo
TAPE#597-14
GRAPHIC=supreme court


No final appeal for a man on death row convicted of killing an Old Dominion University Student from Lynchburg.
The U-S Supreme court refused to hear the case.
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VO-NAT


Derek Barnabei was convicted of the 19-93 capital murder and rape of 17- year- old Sarah Wisnosky in Norfolk.
Barnabei and Wisnosky met and began dating about two weeks before her death.
SUPER=03-Norfolk/September 22, 1993;


Although there was no direct evidence linking Barnabei to the woman's death, her blood was found on the walls and bed frame of his room in a house near the Old Dominion campus.
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E-Kroger


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#97-23
GRAPHIC=Kroger


Kroger's plans to transfer a 250- employee warehouse from West Virginia to Roanoke County are back on track.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./File Tape;


The West Virginia Supreme Court ruled yesterday the grocery chain CAN consolidate its Kanawha (kuh-NAH-wuh) County operation.
That cancelled a temporary injunction issued last week which would have blocked the move for at least 60 days.
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ANCHOR=Kimberly
SS=none


A lower court now has 14 days to hold a hearing on a PERMANENT injunction to stop the move.

1-Education


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-
GRAPHIC=raising the bar


Virginia schools are two years into a back-to-basics curriculum.
So far, teachers and students appear to be adapting creatively to the Standards of Learning and the brand new tests.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Henrico Co.;


Just last week, grades 3, 5, 8, and 11 took a pilot run of the new tests.
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SOT
IN Q=We really

((MICHELLE EASTON/VA. BOARD OF EDUCATION CHAIRWOMAN: WE REALLY ARE LEADING THE NATION. WE DID IT IN STANDARDS. I THINK OUR TESTS ARE GOING TO BE A FIRST. AND THEN OUR ACCOUNTABILITY STANDARDS WHICH WE'RE FINISHING UP NOW, SAYING "YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA MEANS THAT YOU ARE THE ELEVENTH GRADE LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE IN THESE CORE SUBJECTS: ENGLISH, MATH, SCIENCE, AND HISTORY. THERE'S NO OTHER STATE THAT HAS THAT.))
sot

((RYAN NELSON/HENRICO CO. 11TH GRADER: I THINK THAT'S A GREAT IDEA BECAUSE THERE'S SO MANY VARIABLES BETWEEN ALL THE TEACHERS IN THE STATE THAT KIND OF SETS A BASIS AND COLLEGES CAN SAY HEY VIRGINIA STUDENTS KNOW THIS, THIS, THIS, AND THIS.))
sot

((SHERRI SPIVEY/HENRICO CO. TEACHER: IF THE TESTS MATCH THE WAY WE'RE TEACHING THEN I THINK IT WILL WORK. WE MAY HAVE TO LEARN WHAT THE TEST IS LIKE TO CHANGE HOW WE TEACH A LITTLE BIT. BUT I HOPE IT WOULD BE THE OTHER WAY AROUND. THAT WE COULD TEACH IN A FULL WAY AND A CREATIVE WAY AND FIND A WAY TO REALLY FIND OUT IF THE CHILDREN ARE LEARNING IN THAT WAY.))
SUPER=01-Michelle Easton/Va. Board of Education; :00
SUPER=01-Ryan Nelson/Henrico Co. 11th Grader; :18
SUPER=01-Sherri Spivey/Henrico Co. Teacher; :31
RUNS=:48
OUT Q=in that way.
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2-Education


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=tal
TAPE#97-
GRAPHIC=raising the bar


The idea of raising educational standards in Virginia's public schools is hardly one to argue with.
But the method for doing so has sparked plenty of controversy.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pulaski Co.;


The proposed new standards of accreditation would require more-- and tougher-- academic courses.
For many students, that will mean less time for electives in vocational training and classes such as art and music.
While most people agree higher standards are needed, critics of the proposals worry they're too much, too fast.
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SOT 21;30:25
IN Q=

((WILLIAM ASBURY/PULASKI CO. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: I THINK WE ALL EMBRACE THE FACT THAT WE HAVE TO RAISE STANDARDS. I DO BELIEVE IT WOULD BE MORE EFFECTIVE IF WE DID IT IN A PROGRESSIVE FASHION WITH A STRONG FOUNDATION PROGRAM THAT GRADUALLY WORKS ITS WAY INTO THE UPPER GRADES. ))
SUPER=01-Robert Asbury/Pulaski Co. School Supt.;
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=the upper grades.
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take Raising Bar Promo board essc For more on the proposals, and the pros and cons, watch News-7 at Six and Eleven as we continue our series Raising the Bar-- Virginia's Schools.
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CITGO-EXPLOSION


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


An explosion has ripped through a Citgo oil refinery in Corpus Christi, Texas.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Corpus Christi, TX;


The blast lit up the night sky and ignited at least part of the plant.
Authorities say all of the workers at the plant have been accounted for and no injuries have been reported.
Residents living near the refinery have been told to stay indoors because of smoke from the blaze.
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MIAMI-TORNADO


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=tornado


It was a rare and scary sight in Miami.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Miami, FL;


Yesterday, a tornado roared into downtown and sent residents scrambling for cover.
The twister was caught on video by local television news crews and by amateur photographers.
The video shows the funnel cloud as it blew through downtown and then tracked the exclusive shore where many high rise condominiums stand.
The twister uprooted trees and flipped over cars. Some minor injuries were reported.
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CUNANAN


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=murder investigation


It's been sixteen days since a suspected serial killer claimed his first victim in Chicago.
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VO-NAT


From the Midwest to New Jersey police are looking for 27- year- old Andrew Cunanan (cu-NAH-nahn).
In a Chicago newspaper article yesterday his mother described him as a high priced homosexual prostitute.
Federal agents are now seeking help from an F-B-I profiler, an expert who tries to think like the killer in order to catch the killer.
Cunanan is so far suspected in the deaths of four men.
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5-Leisure-Fire


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#597-12
GRAPHIC=fire


Fire damaged the Roanoke offices of Leisure Publishing yesterday.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Flames burned through the roof, but no one was hurt, and company officials say they don't expect any lasting damage to their business.
Leisure Publishing is responsible for the Roanoker Magazine, Blue Ridge Country, and other publications.
The production areas of the building were not heavily damaged and employees were able to escape with computer back- up discs.
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SOT
IN Q=We had about 25 people

((RICHARD WELLS/PRESIDENT AND PUBLISHER: WE HAD SOMEONE COME IN THE BUILDING, SOMEONE WHO PASSED BY ON THE STREET AND SAW SMOKE COMING FROM THE SECOND STORY RIGHT ABOVE MY OFFICE. WE HAD ABOUT 25 PEOPLE IN THE BUILDING AT THE TIME. THEY SAID YOUR BUILDING'S ON FIRE, GET OUT. AND WE QUICKLY GOT ON THE INTERCOM AND TOLD EVERYBODY TO GET OUT.))
SUPER=01-Richard Wells/President and Publisher;
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=to get out.
ANCHOR=Kimberly
SS=HOLD


There's no word yet from fire officials on the cause of the blaze, but the fire apparently started in a portion of the attic where negatives and old magazines were stored.

P-Payne


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-21
GRAPHIC=LF Payne


The Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor is making Virginia's schools his top priority.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Amherst


Former Fifth District congressman L.F. Payne kicked off his campaign yesterday morning in his home county of Amherst.
Payne picked up the Democratic nomination over the weekend, and is now taking his message of "Virginia values" across the state.
A former member of the "Blue Dogs", a group of conservative Democratic congressmen, Payne says he'll strive for bipartisan cooperation in Richmond.
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SOT 1:54:56
IN Q=That's been my

((L.F. PAYNE/D- LT. GOVERNOR CANDIDATE: THAT'S BEEN MY TRADEMARK, AND THAT'S WHAT I'LL DO IN THIS CAMPAIGN AND THAT'S WHAT I WOULD DO IN RICHMOND, AND I THINK THAT'S WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT OUR PEOPLE WHO ARE LEADERS WHO WILL TAKE ON RESPONSIBILITY, FIND SOLUTIONS AND MOVE US FORWARD.))
SUPER=01-L.F. Payne/(D) Lt. Gov. Candidate; :00
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=move us forward.
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VO-NAT


Payne is running against Republican John Hager.
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S-Boucher


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=tal
TAPE#97-24
GRAPHIC=Internet


The Internet is helping make the world a smaller place.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Dublin;


Yesterday about 500 business, education and government leaders from across Southwest Virginia travelled the information superhighway together.
It was Congressman Rick Boucher's third annual technology conference on how to put the Internet to work.
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SOT 1:32:33
IN Q=

((REP. RICK BOUCHER/(D) NINTH DISTRICT: I HAVE A GOAL OF SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA BECOMING THE RURAL LEADER NATIONWIDE IN THE USE OF INFORMATIONAL TECHNOLOGY. AND GREATER APPRECIATION OF AND USE OF THE INTERNET HOLDS A KEY TO THAT SUCCESS. ))
SUPER=@Boucher;
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=to that success.
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VO-NAT


More than a dozen professionals presented demonstrations on employing the Internet as a tool.
Boucher says a better technologically- connected region will be in a better position to attract new business.
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P-Food-Safety


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=cst
TAPE# 597-22
GRAPHIC=Mornin health check


The Clinton Administration says it's taking aggressive measures, to combat the hidden dangers of food-borne illnesses.
As Health Check's Connie Stevens reports millions are sickened unnecessarily each year.
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SOT
IN Q=Vice President Al Gore
SUPER=@File; :07
SUPER=07-Al Gore; :19
SUPER=01-Laurie Gerand/Mother of Victim; :41
SUPER=@connie2;
RUNS=1:06
OUT Q=CS, Health Check.

((
Vice President Al Gore has unveiled a five point plan to educate the public about food safety.
The strategy includes developing new tests to prevent contamination, and improving the way food is handled in restaurants and homes.
There will also be more food inspectors out working the beat.
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SOT 15:04:27
IN Q=Ensuring the

((VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE:ENSURING THE SAFETY AND INTEGRITY OF AMERICA'S FOOD SUPPLY IS NOT SOMETHING THAT ANY INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTION OR INDUSTRY CAN DO ALONE. IT IS, OF COURSE, A CHALLENGE THAT WE MUST MEET SUCCESSFULLY TOGETHER -- CONSUMERS, PRODUCERS, INDUSTRIES, UNIVERSITIES, PHYSICIANS AND GOVERNMENT ALL WORKING TOGETHER. ))
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OUT Q=all working together.

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SOT 15:03:38
IN Q=We the families

((LAURIE GERAND/MOTHER OF VICTIM: WE, THE FAMILIES OF VICTIMS, ARE UNITED IN A SINGLE VISION. THE ONLY GOOD THAT WE CAN DERIVE FROM OUR SUFFERING IS IN ENSURING THAT IT IS NOT REPEATED. ))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=not repeated.


Laurie Gerand's daughter died after she drank apple juice, tainted with a strain of E. coli bacteria.
She wasn't alone, some nine-thousand Americans-- mostly the very young, or elderly, die each year, sickened by their food.
Connie Stevens, Health Check.))
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2-City-Council


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=afr
TAPE#97-29
GRAPHIC=roanoke city seal


Roanoke City Council approved its budget, despite some controversial raises.
The budget includes a pay hike of 14 percent for council members and 28 percent for the mayor.
Andrew Freiden reports.
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SOT
IN Q=
SUPER=03-Roanoke;:15 (quick)
SUPER=07-Regina Vasser; :19
SUPER=01-David Mays/Va. Police Benevolent Assoc.; :50
SUPER=07-David Gravely; 1:04
SUPER=01-Lynda Wyatt/Roanoke Vice-Mayor; 1:19
SUPER=@Bowers; 1:29
SUPER=@andrew1; 1:40
RUNS=1:55
OUT Q=news 7

(( prepro
The budget includes a monthly hike of 44 cents in the 911 surcharge on your phone bill-- an added tax burden of $5.28.
There's also a new 10 percent tax on cell phones, up to 3 dollars a month.
It also includes a real estate tax cut of 1 cent.
SOT 7:07:23

((REGINA VASSER: YOUR ONE CENT REAL PROPERTY TAX. IT'S AN INSULT. TO ME IT'S AN INSULT AND A JOKE. ))
RUNS=:08

prepro
On a 100 thousand dollar home, that works out to a savings of 10 dollars a year.
Council also considered its own salaries.
Members gave themselves raises...from 14 to 16 thousand dollars a year for council members.
The mayor's salary jumps from 18 to 23 thousand dollars annually.
Some citizens criticized the move...saying most city employees get less than 3 percent raises.
SOT 7:09:15

((DAVID MAYS: COST OF LIVING IS 2.8% AND EVERY COP I'VE TALKED TO IS GETTING 2.6 OR LESS. BUT YOU THINK IT'S RIGHT FOR YOU TO MAKE MORE THAN THE CITY OF RICHMOND? ))
RUNS=:08



SOT=7:15:59

((DAVID GRAVELY: MR. MAYOR, WITH ALL DUE RESPECT, ROANOKE DO NOT NEED YOU. CITY COUNCIL. WITH ALL DUE RESPECT, ROANOKE DO NOT NEED YOU.))
RUNS=:11


Two members of council voted against the pay raises.
SOT 7:48:22

((LYNDA WYATT/VICE-MAYOR: WE'RE TALKING ABOUT THE TAXPAYER MONEY. THEIR DOLLARS AND I THINK THEY EXPECT US TO BE JUDICIOUS WITH THE WAY WE SPEND THEIR MONEY. ))
RUNS=:08



SOT

((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: I ONLY RECEIVED 6 PHONE CALLS AGAINST THIS THIS PAST WEEK, I HAD MANY CITIZENS COMING TO ME SAYING, IS THAT ALL THEY'RE PAYING YOU TO BE MAYOR? ))
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SOT on edit tape

((ANDREW FREIDEN/REPORTER: THE MAYOR DID GET A 20 PERCENT RAISE LAST YEAR, BUT UNTIL THEN, THAT OFFICE HADN'T SEEN A RAISE SINCE 1987.
ALSO LAST NIGHT, THREE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS WERE ELECTED. THEY ARE MARSHA ELLISON, F. B. WEBSTER DAY, AND SHERMAN LEA. ANDREW FREIDEN, NEWS7.))
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E-Appomattox-Body


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-18
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


Appomattox County authorities are investigating their first murder in three years.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Appomattox Co.


Around six Sunday night, two fishermen found the body of 23- year- old Lisa Yvonne Crider- her remains were floating in the James River off Route 605.
An autopsy showed Crider had been shot once in the head.
Authorities don't know if she was killed elsewhere, and her body dumped in the river.
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SOT 3:08:21
IN Q=At the present

((WILSON STAPLES/APPOMATTOX CO. SHERIFF: AT THE PRESENT TIME AS BEST WE CAN TELL, SHE WAS LAST SEEN AT 6 P-M ON SATURDAY AND WAS DISCOVERED BASICALLY AT 6 P-M ON SUNDAY, SO REALLY NO DEFINITE TIME PERIOD THERE.))
SUPER=01-Wilson Staples/Appomattox Co. Sheriff; :00
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=time period there.
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VO-NAT


Crider lived on Holiday Street in Lynchburg.
The regional homicide squad is investigating the murder.
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E-Kilgore


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=spr
TAPE#97-19
GRAPHIC=NONE


A murder at the Ironto Rest Area more than one week ago is prompting one political candidate to call for sweeping changes off the interstate.
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VO-NAT


Republican Jerry Kilgore is running for Attorney General. He wants all state rest stops privately run.
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.;


He says the individual restaurants and service stations could provide their own security... making it easier on state police.
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SOT 1:44:
IN Q=You never

((JERRY KILGORE/R- CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: YOU NEVER HAVE THE ABILITY TO PROVIDE 24- HOUR- A- DAY, 7- DAY- A- WEEK SECURITY BECAUSE OF STAFFING PATTERNS WITH THE STATE POLICE. IT'S JUST VERY DIFFICULT TO HAVE SOMEONE THERE EVERY MINUTE OF THE DAY. ))
SUPER=01-Jerry Kilgore/(R) Candidate For Atty. General;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=the day
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VO-NAT


Aside from security... Kilgore also believes rest area privatization would save the state money.
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ANCHOR=Kimberly
SS=none


But a group representing truck stops and travel plazas says the plan would destroy all other interchange business.

E-Chess-Computer


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-22
GRAPHIC=None


I-B-M calls it the true beginning of the information age, but a Virginia Tech professor says Sunday's chess victory by the Deep Blue computer is no big deal.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-New York, NY/Sunday;


The six game match came to a surprising end when world champion Garry
(Kas-PAR-ov) Kasparov resigned after 19 moves.
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Jim Glanville teaches chemistry and plays tournament chess.
He says it was bound to happen sooner or later.
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SOT 14:26:23
IN Q=this is just one

(( JIM GLANVILLE/TOURNAMENT PLAYER; THIS IS JUST ONE MORE STEP ALONG THE ROAD, AFTER ALL, TEN YEARS AGO, FIFTEEN YEARS AGO, I LAUGHED AT COMPUTERS THAT TRIED TO BEAT ME, AND CERTAINLY COMPUTERS HAVE BEEN TAKING ME APART FOR TEN YEARS NOW, AND THEN THEY BEGAN TO TAKE APART INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS AND THEN THEY BEGAN TO TAKE APART GRAND MASTERS, SO THIS IS JUST ANOTHER STEP IN THAT TREND.))
SUPER=01-Jim Glanville/Tournament Chess Player;
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=in that trend
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE


Glanville says Deep Blue won thanks to some very talented and very human programers.

4-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=lba
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=nba


In sports,
Karl Malone scored six of his 32 points in overtime as the Utah Jazz beat the Los Angeles Lakers 98-to-93.
For last night's scores let's check the boards.
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wipe to boards!!!
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5028;
SUPER=0096-/Miami/76/j/New York/89//Knicks Lead 3-to-1//L.A.

Lakers/93/j/Utah/98//West Semi-Final Game 5/;
SUPER=X5012;
SUPER=0094-j/William Byrd/5//Salem/3///j/Jeff. Forest/12//St. River/5///;
SUPER=X5010;
SUPER=0091-/Seattle/8/j/Milwaukee/9////Toronto/2/j/Minnesota/12///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0091-/Cleveland/2/j/Texas/4///j/Baltimore/5//Oakland/1///;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0091-j/Anaheim/16//Chicago/8///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0092-j/Atlanta/10//Pittsburgh/2////Houston/4/j/Florida/11///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0092-j/Colorado/9//Philadelphia/2///;
RUNS=:49

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