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North Roanoke deals with the aftermath of yesterday's flash floods... one neighborhood says enough's enough.
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And a passenger jet makes an emergency landing at the Roanoke Airport.

Sports-head


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In sports; who won the inaugural california 500? we will have the highlights, the Express reassures it's fans on some player moves,
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and speaking of moving; the Wrath continues to roll over opponents.
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WX-Head
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A few thunderstorms popped up this afternoon...
The forecast for tomorrow has more hot conditions, but it'll be less humid.
All the details are ahead.





Plane-Landing


ANCHOR=Eric
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Good evening, I'm Eric Earnhart.
A Delta jet had to make an emergency landing this morning at the Roanoke Regional Airport.
The plane was flying from Dulles airport near Washington to Atlanta when an engine fire warning light flashed on.
The seven-27 was only 14-miles from Roanoke at the time and landed just after eight this morning.
Another Delta jet was flown in to take the 108 passengers to Atlanta.
A brief inspection showed no problems with the aircraft.

Peter's-Creek


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-35
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Thunderstorms dumped several inches of rain on Salem yesterday afternoon.
And while some residents on Peters Creek Road in Roanoke, didn't see a drop the run-off swamped their property.
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A creek bordering Leslie Lane jumped its banks.
Residents say drainage ditches need to be installed to handle run-off from the nearby construction of Peters Creek Road extension.
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((JOSEPH SAUNDERS/RESIDENT: I'VE NEVER SEEN IT THIS BAD PRIOR TO THIS CONSTRUCTION. NOW IS THE WORST TIME I'VE EVER SEEN IT.))
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Saunders says since construction began the water has risen several times, eating away more of his property each time.
City officials say the project is being handled by the Virginia Department of Transportation.
V-DOT officials were not available for comment.
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Flooding


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Swelling creeks were just one of the many problems caused by the yesterday's flooding.
Business owners on Peters Creek hurried to save their inventory from rising water.
This car dealer rushed to move vehicles before high water could cause damage.
Officials closed two lanes of Peters Creek Road for several hours because of standing water.
Homes on North Ridge Road also fell victim to the storm as residents sought help in ridding their basements of water.
Rushing water from creeks planted this basketball goal on the roof of a parked car.
The weather kept rescue workers busy but no injuries or serious damage was reported.
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Abortion-Law


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A federal judge will consider a motion for a temporary restraining order on the state's new parental notification law.
The hearing is scheduled for Tuesday in Lynchburg.
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Governor Allen signed the bill into law in March after vetoing a similar measure in 1994. use file tape E-Parental-Notification, 97-35;
Since that time, groups including Planned Parenthood have challenged the law's constitutionality.
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Tuesday's challenge is being brought by a group of physicians.
Doctors who violate the law could be charged with a misdemeanor carrying a 500 dollar fine.


VWIL


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The Virginia Women's Institute for Leadership will receive about 570-thousand dollars from the state next school year if current enrollment projections hold steady.
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That's 74-hundred-64 dollars for each of its students who live in the Commonwealth.
This will mark the third year that the state has committed tuition subsidies for in-state students in the V-W-I-L program.
The program began at Mary Baldwin College as part of a failed battle to keep women out of the Virginia Military Institute, which is a public school.
Debate now centers on whether Mary Baldwin, a private college, should continue to receive public funds.
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Education-Proposal


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A plan to punish Virginia schools where students can't make the grade could be the toughest in the nation.
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The plan proposes pulling state accreditation at schools where more than 30 percent of the students fail new state tests.
The Virginia Board of Education tentatively approved the plan this month.
The board will take a final vote in September.
National education analysts say Virginia may be the first state to link a school's student test scores and accreditation.
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Chattam-Hills


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-26
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Last week we told you about the run down conditions of Chattam Hills Apartments.
Management has been working on the repairs all week.
But as Denise Allen reports more problems have surfaced.
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((This is Vivian Price's apartment.
Her stove does not work, the kitchen floor has worn away and water leaks from her bathroom ceiling.
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((VIVIAN PRICE/RESIDENT: I DO HAVE A PROBLEM OF KIDNEY STONES. SO I HAVE TO DRINK A LOT. SO THAT REALLY MAKES IT KIND OF A MESS FOR ME.))
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Price told her neighbors about these problems after seeing News 7's story last week.
Since then the property management company has been on site to improve the situation.
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((DANA WALKER/HALL ASSOCIATES: WE HAD COMPLETED ALL OF THE CIR CONDITIONING REQUIREMENTS, ALL OF THE PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS INVOLVING LEAKS INTO TENANTS APARTMENTS.))
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((ANITA POWELL/RESIDENT: I THINK IT'S PUTTING A BAND AID ON A BROKEN LEG.))
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Maintenance workers fixed the hot water problem in Joyce Gardner's apartment.
And management has promised to return to stop water from seeping into her kitchen.
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((JOYCE GARDNER/RESIDENT: WE FOUND OUT WHEN THEY DID IT LAST YEAR THEY DIDN'T HOOK THE PIPE BACK UP SO EVERYBODY'S WATER WHEN THEY PUT ON THE AIR CONDITIONER COMES DOWN IN MINE.))
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DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7: MAINTENANCE CREWS ALSO CLEANED UP THE GROUNDS IN ADDITION TO CATCHING UP ON THE DAY TO DAY MAINTENANCE.
BUT THE LARGER REPAIRS SUCH AS FIXING THESE STEPS ARE ON HOLD, MOST LIKELY UNTIL THE PROPERTY IS SOLD.
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((WALKER: THERE ARE LIMITED FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR THESE LARGER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS. THE ESTATE IS NOT REALLY IN THE POSITION TO GO BORROW THE MONEY TO DO THESE IMPROVEMENTS.))
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Maintenance workers say Vivian Price will have to move into a vacant apartment in the complex before they can repair her unit.
Her neighbors say they'll help her move.
And they say they're optimistic the repairs will happen and prepared to make sure things improve.
Denise Allen News 7.))

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Still to come on News 7 at 6...
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Len Besthoff gives a round-up of the week's business news including a new fast food chain that's making its way to the Roanoke Valley.
But, first an update on the weekend weather forecast with Andrew Freiden.
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Campaign-Spending


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During the 1995 elections, many criticized candidates for the House of Delegates for spending too much.
Now, two years later candidates are apparently going to spend even more by November. From January through May, House candidates raised more than 2.8 million dollars, up 12 percent from the same period in 1995.
Political analysts say fund-raising started earlier this year because the competition for money includes candidates for lieutenant governor and attorney general and governor.

Valleypointe


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Construction is underway in ValleyPointe for two new office buildings.
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A ground breaking ceremony was held last week at the building site of Valley Park Center.
Liberty Property Trust is building the facility which will offer 57-thousand square feet of office space.
I-T-T is the facility's first tenant.
The company will move its administrative, engineering, sales and other offices to the location.
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((PAUL GRALNICK/ITT PRESIDENT: GROWTH IS REALLY UPON US...WE THINK WE'RE GOING TO GROW 25 PERCENT OR MORE IN THE NEXT 12 MONTHS..OUR COMMITTMENT HERE IS TO GROW EVEN BEYOND THAT))
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Roanoke County Administrator Elmer Hodge says this will promote economic growth in the county.
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((ELMER HODGE/ROANOKE CO. ADMINISTRATOR: IF WE CAN PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES LIKE THIS FOR OUR PEOPLE TO WORK..AND OUR COMPANIES TO GROW..THEN WE CAN HELP MAKE THIS WHOLE VALLEY SUCCESSFUL ))
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The facility is expected to open in December.
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Business-Review


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A rough week for a retailer in Roanoke and Lynchburg, plus a potentially costly mixup for a Henry County company.
Here's Len Besthoff with this week's News-7 Business Review.
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Crenshaws Electronics and Appliance stores in Roanoke and Lynchburg were closed earlier in the week while a major lender repossessed a large chunk of its inventory.
Deutsche Financial Services says the troubled North Carolina chain owes it more than 300- thousand- dollars.
If you like the Arby's fast food chain, there's good news...Arby's likes you too.
A franchisee plans to open a regional headquarters in the Roanoke Valley, with plans to build nearly a dozen new locations in the area.
Ticket prices may be on the rise at the Roanoke Regional Airport.
The airport commission says a three- dollar- per- passenger price hike would help pay for improvements.
Checking the financial markets for the week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 14 points.
The Nasdaq Composite ended the week up 24 ticks.
Len Besthoff, with the News-7 Business Review.)) Nat Sot
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ANCHOR=Eric
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In other business news, Bassett Furniture has launched an independent investigation into its bedding division because of a mixup involving two major customers.
J-C-Penney and Levitz Furniture recently received mattresses and boxsprings from Bassett that were of lesser specifications than the ones they ordered.

Stocks


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Coming up next on News 7 at Six, we'll take you on a ride along the James River in celebration of an old tradition.
More on that coming up next but first a look at your weekend stocks.

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Batteau-Fest


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The twelfth annual James River Batteau Festival wrapped up its eight-day adventure yesterday near Richmond.
The 138-mile journey on the James took the flat-bottom boats from Lynchburg to Maidens Landing.
Last week videographer Rob Monroe spent a day aboard The Governor Henry as it traveled from Bent Creek to Wingina.
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(( THE BATTEAU WAS INVENTED ON THE JAMES RIVER IN AMHERST COUNTY I BELIEVE TO TRANSPORT TOBACCO TO RICHMOND BEFORE THERE WERE ANY ROADS.
I DID A LITTLE BIT OF RESEARCH. OH, THIS ONE'S AS AUTHENTIC AS THEY COME.
THEY WERE USED HEAVILY IN THE LATER PART OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY UP UNTIL ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AND WERE PHASED OUT AS THE CANAL WAS BUILT AND WENT AWAY COMPLETELY WHEN THE RAILROADS WERE BUILT.
BUT BOAT BUILDERS DID NOT BUILD THESE BOATS BACK IN THE EIGHTEEN HUNDREDS, JUST WHOEVER THEY HAD ON THE PLANTATION -- PROBABLY IN MOST CASES SLAVES.
I IMAGINE FOR THE SLAVES THAT THIS WAS ONE OF THE BETTER DETAILS THAT YOU COULD PULL. I IMAGINE THIS WAS THE CLOSEST TO THE SENSE OF FREEDOM THEY GOT.
LET'S GIVE US A LITTLE FORWARD PUSH NOW. KEEP THE MOMENTUM UP. LET'S STAND BY FOR A BUMP. BUMP!
AS YOU HAVE SEEN ALREADY THIS RIVER IS LOUSY WITH ROCKS. YOU CAN'T SEE THEM UNTIL YOU'RE RIGHT ON TOP OF THEM. SOME SITUATIONS YOU'RE JUST GOING TO END UP IN THE WATER PUSHING. READY? HEAVE!
LAST YEAR WE HAD ABOUT THREE FEET MORE WATER THAN WE DO THIS YEAR.
HE CAN AVOID THE ROCKS WITH THE FRONT SWEEP AND THEN I BRING THE REAR END AROUND TO MISS THEM. AND WE CAN MANEUVER IT PRETTY GOOD IN SWIFT WATER.
POLING ON THE GOVERNOR IS ONLY A NECESSARY EVIL AND NOT A COMMON PRACTICE. HISTORY, FRIENDSHIP, BEING ABLE TO RELAX AND GET AWAY FROM THE RAT RACE.
GOOD SHOT.
WE HAVE REALLY FORMED A TIGHT-KNIT GROUP HERE. THIS IS THE BEST GROUP OF PEOPLE I'VE EVER GOTTEN INVOLVED IN.
IT IS FUN. IT'S A LOT OF WORK BUT IT'S A LOT OF FUN. NOT TOO MUCH WORK.
(LAUGHS) ))
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The Governor Henry is based in Franklin County. It was one of over twenty batteau taking part in the festival.

Sports tease


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The Wrath plays a double headed at Victory Stadium today; we'll take you there, the california 500 has a strong debut,
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and matinee madness swept major league diamonds today as the Orioles iron man reaches another milestone.
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S-Race


ANCHOR=Steve
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Surprise, Surprise, Surprise, Jeff Gordon won again toda. The Rainbow warrior won the gasoline battle to win the inuagural California 500 today for his 7th victory of the season.
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Joe Nemecheck started on the pole for the first race at the 2 mile track. Nemechek did hold his position on the first lap but would soon drop back in the back.
Gordon did not waist much time in taking his first lead in the race. About 10 laps in; the Dupont Chevrolet driver goes to the inside of Wally Dallenbach.
The first caution of the day came out when Hut Stricklin spun the Circuit City Ford in turn four. He was not injured.
Through about 175 of 250 laps; there were 16 lead changes and 4 cautions. Last week winner at Michigan ernie Irvan was knocked out of the race because of engine problems.
No trouble for Gordon though, as he crusies to the win; taking the checkered flag for the 7th time this season.
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S-Wrath


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In soccer; the Wrath is playing a double header today. In the opener; Roanoke topped Team America 4-nothing.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Team America vs. Wrath; :00


It was a a hot one at Victory Stadium as the Wrath battled the Northern Virginia Team.
Roanoke led 1-nothing in the first half on Gavin Spooner's goal in the ninth minute. Grayson Prilliman made the count 2-nothing Roanoke on this tally; nice shot by the former Roanoke College star.
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The Wrath wins the first game 4-nothing to improve to 6 and OH on the season. The score would have been worse if not for some heady play by the Team America goalie.
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In game two, the Wrath is playing Bellmont United. Right now Roanoke leads __-___.

S-Express


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With the departure of Jeff Jablonski, Michael Smith, and Ilja Dubkov; Express head coach Frank Anzalone will again be forced to do what he does best; work tirelessly to put a playoff team on the ice. And while some fans might have reason to be alarmed; Roanoke management has a reassuring message.
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S-MLB


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THE Orioles continued their domination on the AL east today by grounding the Blue Jays 5-2 for the Birds 48th win of the season.
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The iron one, Cal Ripken drove in two runs and hit his 500th and 500 and 1st career doubles to lead the O's over the Jays. His two bagger in the 5the scores brady Anderson; 3-2 Birds.
SUPER=35-Baltimore/5/Toronto/2;

Jefferey Hammonds also contributed a two run homer in the top of the 7th; 5-2 Orioles and that's your final as Baltimore is just two wins away from 50 on the season.
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S-Majors


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To the national league where Atlanta tied a Braves record for homeruns in an inning as they exploded for 12 runs to beat Philadelphia.
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Bad things come in threes and the third inning is when the eruption occurred. Nine runs to be exact. Chipper Jones connects on his 10th homer of the season4-3 braves.
SUPER=35-Atlanta/12/Philadelphia/5;

Fred McGriff goes Yard as well. Michael Tucker also gives the Phillie fans a nice souvenir as did Jeff Blauser. Braves top Philadelphia 12-5.
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S-Score


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In other national league action; the Florida Marlins beat Montreal 2-nothing; but no one could take away David Segui great diving catch. But his Expos still lose; now the numbers. GO TO SCORES
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