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Coming up on News 7-
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The Supreme Court and congressional districts. What's going on now, could affect Virginia.
This cartoon is causing an uproar.
Plus the Golden Arches will get some green- thanks to a judge's ruling.
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TALENT=Patrick
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Sunny skies, and very pleasant conditions will round out the week. I'll have forecast details, and a look at annuals today on Growin' It.
MEDICAL-HEADS
ANCHOR=Connie


On Health Check-- efforts to help doctors help patients with HIV and AIDS.
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Plus, taking it on the road-- the Washington AIDS Ride, peddling through North Carolina and Virginia.
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The Supreme Court says race must not be a key factor in the drawing of congressional districts--what does today's ruling mean for the fight over Virginia's Third District?
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5-Redistricting


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#597-23
GRAPHIC=News 7 at Five


Good afternoon, I'm Jean Jadhon.
SS=Supreme Court


Georgia's effort to give black voters more political power is the latest rebuffed by the U-S Supreme Court.
The court has struck down a plan for three minority districts -- just as it gets ready to decide if it will hear Virginia's case.
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Virginia's only black congressman, Bobby Scott, represents the Commonwealth's only black majority district.
The American Civil Liberties Union and the state are now asking the Supreme Court to uphold it.
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SOT 05:14:29
IN Q=What the

((KENT WILLIS/VA. ACLU: WHAT THE SUPREME COURT DID SEVERAL YEARS AGO WAS TO SAY THAT WHEN RACE WAS THE PREDOMINANT FACTOR IN DRAWING THE DISTRICT, SUCH THAT ALL THE OTHER TRADITIONAL FACTORS ARE SECONDARY, THEN THAT VIOLATES THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE OF THE CONSTITUTION. BECAUSE IT'S A RACE CONSCIOUS DISTRICT. THE ARGUMENT WE'VE MADE HERE IN VIRGINIA AND HAS BEEN MADE IN OTHER PLACES IS THAT IN MOST CASES ACTUALLY, WHILE RACE IS ONE OF THE ISSUES IT IS NOT THE PREDOMINANT ISSUE.))
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The court will decide later this year if it will even hear Virginia's case.
If NOT, lawmakers will go back to the drawing board to try again.
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5-O'Dell


ANCHOR=Jean
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Virginia death row inmate Joseph O'Dell will NOT get a new sentencing trial.
O'Dell's the inmate who's drawn the sympathies of the Pope and much of the Italian government.
He faces execution for a 1985 murder of a woman outside a Virginia Beach night club.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a 1994 precedent, which allowed juries to be told that life in prison is an alternative to the death penalty, canNOT apply retroactively to O'Dell's case.

5-Megan's-Law


ANCHOR=Jean
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The fate of a child killer now rests in the hands of a New Jersey jury.
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They've already convicted Jesse Timmendequas of raping and killing seven-year old Megan Kanka.
Now they'll decide if he'll get the death penalty or life in prison without parole.
Timmendequas was a repeat sex offender.
His murder of Megan Kanka inspired the so called Megan's law- that requires communities be notified when convicted sex offenders move in.
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5-Bomb-Cartoon


ANCHOR=Jean
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Cartoons usually make people laugh- even when they have a message-
But one editorial cartoon is causing an uproar.
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Steve Benson's latest work depicts that now famous firefighter from the Oklahoma City bombing.
In it, the baby says "stop the killing."
The firefighter replies- oh stop your whining.
Benson claims he was trying to point out the irony of sentencing McVeigh to death.
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ANCHOR=Jean
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The baby depicted in the cartoon died in the bombing. The child's mother and the firefighter want an apology.
Benson says he won't apologize to people who don't understand editorial cartooning.

5-Gilmore


ANCHOR=Jean
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Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Gilmore says he CAN spend more on education and eliminate personal property taxes at the same time.
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Gilmore was in Lynchburg today speaking to about 800 rising high school seniors at the Boys State convention.
The former attorney general says he'll introduce legislation to hire four thousand new teachers as soon as he takes office.. and gradually phase out property taxes by the time he leaves.
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((JIM GILMORE/FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL: WE'RE GOING TO PUSH FORWARD ON THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, WE'RE CONFIDENT THAT WE CAN PUT THEM INTO EFFECT. BUT PART AND PARCEL TO THIS IS THE PROPERTY TAX CUT. WE BELIEVE WE CAN IMPLEMENT THIS ENTIRE PROGRAM.))
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Gilmore refutes criticism that his tax cut plan is unconstitutional.
His opponent, Democrat Don Beyer, calls the idea a "feel-good" political gimmick.
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A change at the top is in store for one local college.
That story is just ahead on News 7 at Five.
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and they're moving merchandise again at Crenshaw's--but it's not a big summer sale.
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ANCHOR=Connie


On Health Check--
Point- Counterpoint.
THe latest on the benefits and safety of estrogen supplements after menopause. 2-SHOT
ANCHOR=Jean


When is an annual flower more like a perennial?
ANCHOR=Connie


When those flowers reseed from season to season, Patrick will tell us more about self-seeding annuals today on "Growin' It." cc sponsor
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5-McDonalds-Libel


ANCHOR=Jean
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McDonalds has no BEEF with a court decision today.
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A judge in England found McDonalds had been libeled by a leaflet published in the late 80's-
Two vegetarian activists accused the chain of promoting an unhealthy diet, and abusing animals and workers.
Now they must pay nearly 200 thousand dollars.
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((DAVID MORRIS/PROTESTOR: THE JUDGE HAS GOT A RIGHT TO HIS OPINION SO HAVE HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF OTHER PEOPLE.)) 10:53:27 ((PAUL PRESTON/CHAIRMAN MCDONALDS UK: WE'RE SATISFIED WITH THE JUDGEMENT BUT VERY CONCERNED WITH THE LENGTH OF TIME IT TOOK TO REACH IT.))
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SUPER=01-Paul Preston/Chairman McDonald's UK; 06 quick!
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England's longest trial ever cost McDonalds as much as 16-million dollars.
While the judge threw out most of the claims- he did find some of them justified.
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5-Crenshaw


ANCHOR=Jean
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On Monday the repo- man drove away with three truckloads of merchandise from Crenshaws Electronics and Appliance.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


That same lender returned today to claim more inventory to help pay off what it says is an overdue, 370-thousand dollar debt.
The hauling crews are also scheduled to visit Crenshaws' other location in Lynchburg.
Crenshaws plans to reopen its Roanoke store tomorrow, no word on Lynchburg though.
The North Carolina chain has had a troubled history here.
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Last year it purchased the assets of Roanoke-based Holdren's.
But several customers were upset when Crenshaws said it didn't have a legal obligation to honor Holdren's service warranties.
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5-Liberty


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
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GRAPHIC=Liberty University


Nearly three decades ago, he teamed with the Reverend Jerry Falwell to help create Liberty University.. today, Dr. Pierre (GILL-er-min) Guillermin announced his retirement.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg


Guillermin is the only president Liberty has ever known.. he says health reasons would have forced him to step down five years ago, but Reverend Falwell convinced him to stay on.
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((DR. PIERRE GUILLERMIN/RETIRING LIBERTY U. PRESIDENT: AND NOW THAT MUCH PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE TO STRATEGICALLY POSITION THE UNIVERSITY TO ENTER THE NEXT CENTURY, I FEEL THIS IS THE APPROPRIATE TIME TO STEP ASIDE AND ALLOW THE INSTITUTION TO BRING IN NEW LEADERSHIP.))
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School officials say they'll conduct a nationwide search for Guillermin's successor.
Reverend Falwell says the school's past financial troubles should "not" scare away prospective applicants.
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5-Smart-Road


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
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A private study ranks the "Smart Road" as one of the worst highway projects in the country.
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SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


Opponents of the five-point seven mile highway between Blacksburg and Christiansburg outlined the findings today.
The study, conducted by a coalition of environmental and community activists, claims the Smart Road is a waste of money and harmful to the environment.
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((MICHAEL ABRAHAM/SMART ROAD OPPONENT:WE'VE KNOWN ABOUT THIS LIST FOR A LONG TIME, AND WE'VE KNOWN THAT THIS IS THE PERFECT PLACE FOR THIS PROJECT, IT'S NEVER BEEN A GOOD PROJECT, IT'S NEVER BEEN PARTICULARLY WELL FOUNDED AND IT'S CERTAINLY NOT POPULAR, SO, NO, IT DIDN'T SURPRISE ME AT ALL. ))
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Supporters of the Smart Road say the project will ease future traffic congestion.
But Abraham claims his research indicates the level of traffic projected by the state won't actually occur for decades.
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5-WDBJ-License


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Last year a national group led by Jesse Jackson questioned W-D-B-J's hiring practices when it came to women and minorities.
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The group then took its case to the Federal Communications Commission asking that WDBJ 7's license NOT be renewed.
But, today the F-C-C- disagreed.
Part of its ruling stated that the facts don't justify the allegations and that renewing the station's license is in the public interest.
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Growin'-It


ANCHOR=Patrick
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Welcome back to News 7 at Five.
Today we're talking about annuals, but those annuals that actually reseed from year to year, giving your garden some continuity.
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With me is Bob Lyons, a Virignia Tech professor and director of the Hort Gardens at Tech, Bob thanks for being with us, what are we talking about specifically today?
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others? Do they require special care? What about sunlight and shade? Fertilization? These will reproduce exactly the same year after year, but that's not true of hybirds?)

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Local high school grads who have gone on to bigger and better things are back home this week--and they're inspiring young people to follow their example. We'll have that story.
ANCHOR=Connie


Plus the latest installment in a debate that's been waged for centuries.
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On Health Check, Nature versus Nurture-- a report on your child's developing personality.
Wondering where they got that temperament?
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There's more NEWS-7 at FIVE in just a moment, but here's a look ahead to what else is coming up on NEWS-7 at SIX.
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Goats make good pets, good weedeaters, good sweaters, and good milk.
But they also make a good stew.
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((TERRY GIPSON/VSU GOAT RESEARCHER: I LIKE IT A LOT. I TELL PEOPLE THAT IT'S A CROSS BETWEEN VENISON AND BEEF. IF YOU LIKE VENISON AND BEEF, THEN YOU'LL LIKE GOAT.))
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ANCHOR=Jean
SS=News 7 at Six


Join us for that story and more tonight on News 7 at Six.

5-AIDS


ANCHOR=Connie
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Health officials have announced the first clinical practice guidelines for treating patients with HIV and AIDS-- since the epidemic exploded 15 years ago.
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((DR. JOHN BARTLETT/GUIDELINES CHAIRMAN: WE NOW HAVE 11 DRUGS FOR USE IN PEOPLE WITH HIV INFECTION AND THAT BRINGS A TOTAL OF 320 COMBINATIONS ))
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Officials say that's why the guidelines are important.
They recommend treating patients early-- in most cases using a combination of three anti-viral agents.
The guidelines could still change, after public comment.
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5-Ride


ANCHOR=Connie
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WRITER=cst
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GRAPHIC=AIDS


15-hundred bicyclists are rolling along the highways-- for the Washington D-C AIDS Ride.
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It began at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds this morning-- and will wrap up four days and 360 miles later at the nations' capitol..
Net proceeds will be funneled to AIDS service providers in Washington D-C.
But some AIDS charities in North Carolina and Virginia aren't participating-- saying not enough of the money raised actually helps AIDS sufferers.
Still, for some riders, it's not just about money.
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((THE BOTTOM LINE IS MY FRIENDS ARE DYING AND MY FRIENDS ARE SICK AND THEY NEED SUPPORT. THIS IS THE BEST SUPPORT VEHICLE THAT I HAVE SEEN COME AROUND. ))
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=AIDS


There will be five AIDS rides around the country this summer-- raising close to 25 million dollars

5-Estrogen


ANCHOR=Connie
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Two new studies further complicate the question of how long post-menopausal women should take estrogen.
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Research from Johns Hopkins University-- found estrogen supplements after menopause may cut the risk of Alzheimer's disease in half.
But another study, in the New England Journal of Medicine finds that long-term estrogen use increases the risk of breast cancer deaths by 50-percent.
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=Women's Health


Experts say these results show the need for making the decision about long-term estrogen use on a patient by patient basis.

5-Cloning


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The scientists who created Dolly, the first cloned adult mammal-- are providing new hope for sufferers of cystic fibrosis.
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The condition causes severe lung and intestinal damage.
Now, a new drug, which comes from the milk of genetically altered sheep, is ready to be tested on humans.
It's a protein-- known as A-A-T-- it's breathed directly into the lungs.
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((DR. DIANA BILTON/CYSTIC FIBROSIS UNIT: TO GET ENOUGH TREATMENT FOR ALL THE C-F PATIENTS, WE WOULD JUST NOT BE ABLE TO GET ENOUGH FROM HUMAN BLOOD DONORS, SO WE'VE GONE TO TRANSGENIC SHEEP, SO THEY CAN PRODUCE ENOUGH PROTEIN AND THEY'LL HAVE AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY FOR TREATMENTS FOR THE FUTURE.))
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A-A-T will be tested on 12 volunteers in England, with cystic fibrosis.
The protein will not be a cure for cystic fibrosis-- only a possible treatment.
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5-Temperament


ANCHOR=Connie
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WRITER=cst
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It's an age-old debate.
Is a baby born with a particular temperament?
Or does environment make the difference?
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Scientists over the last few years, have identified genes that may bring us closer to an answer.
They say a child's initial temperament is largely determined by a genetic blueprint-- not just one gene, but many.
Then however, comes nurturing.
Some believe nature and nurture work hand in hand-- 50-50, in determining the final personality of a child.
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((DR. BERNADINE HEALY/OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE: YOU SHOULDN'T STEREOTYPE A CHILD BECAUSE AT AGE ONE THEY'RE SHY, OR FEARFUL OF STRANGERS, THAT WOULD BE INAPPROPRIATE. BY THE TIME THE CHILD IS ABOUT SEVEN YEARS OF AGE, THOUGH. YOU CAN START TO SEE A FAIRLY STABLE DIFFERENTIATED TEMPERAMENT. AND A PARENT NEEDS TO RECOGNIZE THAT AND WORK WITH IT. DON'T STEREOTYPE BUT USE THAT AS A GUIDE TO HOW YOU APPROACH THE CHILD AS THEY'RE IN DIFFERENT SOCIAL SITUATIONS.))
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The bottom line-- you may want to take an individualized parenting technique, for each child in the household.
And recognize the different strengths and merits of different temperaments and vulnerabilities.
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ANCHOR=Jean


In sports, a Vancouver Grizzly returns home to the Roanoke Valley, ready to share his N-B-A talents.
ANCHOR=Connie


and the new Redskins quarterback reports to camp. Here's Mike Stevens with more.

S5-Redskins


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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the Thursday ticker.
Let's gets rolling today with a trip
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up to Redskins' Park in Ashburn where the team's newest member, quarterback Jeff Hostetler checked into camp.
The former West Virginia signal caller signed with the Skins yesterday, and he says he did so for protection.
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((JEFF HOSTETLER/REDSKINS QUARTERBACK:))
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Hostetler as many of you know is the son-in-law of West Virginia head coach Don Nehlen.

S5-Lynch


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
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Tomorrow marks the fourth day of George Lynch's hometown basketball camp as 97 campers continue to fine tune their basketball skills.
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Lynch is also making sure his campers tune up on their people skills. In addition to going over fundamentals, the NBA forward has added some speaking skills instruction.
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((GEORGE LYNCH/VANCOUVER FORWARD:))
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S5-Hockey


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Mike
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The National Hockey League is set to honor its biggest stars tonight with the league's annual awards presentation in Toronto.
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The Lester B. Pearson award which is given annually to the league's Most Valuable player will be given to Buffalo Sabres' goalie Dominik Hasek.
He edged Mario Lemieux in the balloting that is done by the players.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=NHL


The league will also present an MVP award tonight, the Hart trophy, and Norris trophy announcement could produce an emotional moment. Vladimir Konstantinov, who is in a coma following a car wreck last Friday, is a favorite to win the honor.
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Coming up at six, Roy Stanley takes us to the Roanoke Valley horse show to introduce us to a black man who is finding success in a virtually all-white sport.
Hope to see at six, have a good night everybody. take a break

5-Tutor


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5 pm
WRITER=tte
TAPE#597-26
GRAPHIC=Education


For three local seniors, passing high school was a long shot.
Until a former student came to their rescue.
Tina Tenret reports.
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((
Allan Moore is in his third year at the University of Virginia.
But he has come home to Danville to start a tutoring program for local high school students.
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((ALLAN MOORE: IT'S REALLY THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS. PEOPLE WHO HAVE GRADUATED FROM GEORGE WASHINGTON HAVE A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE BACK TO THE SCHOOL, AND THE STUDENTS HERE AT GEORGE WASHINGTON WHO NEED HELP AND HAVE DEMONSTRATED DIFFICULTY IN THEIR SUBJECTS HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO USE A GREAT RESOURCE.))
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Debbie Adams now works at Burger King. She hopes to enter the Army.
She says she almost didn't graduate.
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((DEBBIE ADAMS: I PASSED CHEMISTRY. I WENT UP. I WAS FAILING WITH AN F. THEN I CAME BACK AND I PASSED CHEMISTRY.))
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Next year, Moore hopes to match up 20 GW alumni to seniors who need help.
But he says, it's the high school students themselves who make their grades Tina Tenret, News 7, Danville.)) skyrocket.