06:00-01

E-Roanoke-Ax

ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-36
GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident


Brake failure is being blamed for an accident that killed four people this weekend.
Roanoke police say the car's brakes fell apart shortly before it entered a winding road.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Investigators found pieces of the brakes on the road at the city limits, so hot they were melting the asphalt.
They say brake failure could have caused 47- year- old Anna Marie Talbert of Boones Mill to lose control of the station wagon as she rounded a curve on Mount Pleasant Boulevard.
The car ran over a guardrail, flipped at least twice before landing on its roof and catching fire.
Witnesses put out the flames and rescued two of the victims, but four others died in the wreck including Talbert and her 14- year- old son David.
Fourteen- year- old Sylvia K. Hess and her 13- year- old brother, Bryant, both of Pennsylvania, also died.
Rescue workers took three other young passengers to area hospitals, they're listed in serious condition.
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E-Bassett-Fire


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-33
GRAPHIC=Fire


Two businesses in Bassett will have to rebuild after a fire gutted the building.
Lightning struck Lilly Industries igniting the chemical fire.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bassett;


Nearly 40 fire fighters from the Bassett and Collinsville Volunteer Fire Departments were called in to douse the flames.
But chemicals inside the building made it impossible for fire fighters to enter the building.
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SOT 12:27:01
IN Q=THERE WAS A

((CHIEF ALTON HUNDLEY/BASSETT VOL. FIRE DEPT.: THERE WAS A GREAT DEAL OF HEAT A LOT OF EXPLOSION. FORTUNATELY WE DIDN'T HAVE ANYBODY HURT BECAUSE OF THE TYPE OF STANCE WE TOOK IN OUR FIRE FIGHTING METHOD.))
SUPER=01-Chief Alton Hundley/Bassett Vol. Fire Dept.;
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=fire fighting method.
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VO-NAT


The back half of the building was home to A and W Motors.
Lilly Industries is a furniture finishing subsidiary of Bassett Furniture.
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SOT 12:26:19
IN Q=IT WAS A

((CHIEF ALTON HUNDLEY/BASSETT VOL. FIRE DEPT.: IT WAS A COLOR MATCHING LAB SO BASICALLY THEY HAD A VERY LIMITED SUPPLY OF CHEMICALS. THERE WAS A GARAGE ON THE BACK AND WE WERE FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO SAVE A GOOD PORTION OF THE GARAGE.))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=OF THE GARAGE
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VO-NAT


Fire fighters are keeping an eye on the scene until all the hot spots are out.
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caretaker


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


A small safe found near the body of Andrew Cunanan hasn't helped answer the many questions that his suicide left unanswered.
A police detective says it contained only a collector's coin and some paperwork -- but no items considered evidence.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Miami Beach, FL/Wednesday;


Cunanan's remains were released yesterday to his family in California.
SUPER=03-Newark, NJ;


Meantime, the houseboat caretaker whose 9-1-1 call led police to Cunanan's body is in New York today where he will pick up ten-thousand dollars in reward money from a Gay and Lesbian group.
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Budget


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=washington dc


Republican leaders are expressing optimism that a budget deal is near.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington, DC;


G-O-P Congressional leaders say they are on the verge of a long-sought compromise with the White House on cutting taxes and balancing the budget by 2002.
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SOT
IN Q=

((JOHN KASICH/HOUSE BUDGET COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN:THERE HAVE BEEN MORE STARTS THAN STOPS...IT'S LIKE FISHING...EVERY NOW AND THEN THERE ARE SNAGS....BUT THE WE'LL GET THE LINE LOOSE. ))
SUPER=01-John Kasich/House Budget Comm. Chairman;
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=GET THE LINE LOOSE.
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VO-NAT


But a White House spokesman says there are still significant issues to resolve.
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ANCHOR=Kimberly
SS=NONE


Still, President Clinton, who is in Las Vegas attending a Governor's conference, said he would love to see the deal closed today.

E-Tax-Cuts


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-40
GRAPHIC=personal property tax


In Virginia politics, the personal property tax has been leading the way.
Tax cuts pledged by the state's two gubernatorial candidates may sound good to voters.
But lawmakers say it's the General Assembly which ultimately will decide whether Virginia can afford tax relief next year.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;

use file tape from 5-Turner, 595-09; Turner-Gun, 95-41;
State Senator Richard Holland of Windsor says he and other lawmakers have grave doubts that tax cuts can be made without cutting into education, health and transportation programs.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=none


Delegate Andy Guest of Front Royal says it's the voters who will determine how the lawmakers vote on the issue.

E-Missing-Baby


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=none


A tense two-day search for a two- year- old boy from Stafford County ended with celebration.
Police say Dacota Hill was found at the Stafford Lakes apartment complex where his parents live.
Hill appeared to be in good condition when he was found in the common area of the complex.
He was sent to Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg for evaluation.
About 400 people joined in the search yesterday for the two- year- old boy who was reported missing Saturday.

E-Gill-Obit


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=net d
GRAPHIC=none


Vince Gill is mourning the loss of his father.
Stan Gill died unexpectedly yesterday morning in Columbus, Ohio.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


Gill's publicist says he was 65.
Vince Gill performed Friday at the Roanoke Civic Center.
Saturday night he played in Asheville, North Carolina and has since cancelled his next four concerts.
Stan Gill was a retired federal judge who had recently undergone surgery for pancreatic cancer.
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E-Poland-Flooding


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#=97-37
GRAPHIC=Flooding


A Polish city is looking to its sister city in our area for help.
As that country battles severe flooding, officials in western Virginia are trying to find ways to help out.
Opole (oh-POLE-uh)-- Roanoke County's sister city-- is located in one of the areas hit hardest by the floods.
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SOT
IN Q=So they don't have

((DON MYERS/ASST. ROANOKE CO. ADMINISTRATOR: SO THEY DON'T HAVE ANY ELECTRICITY. THEY DON'T HAVE A WATER SUPPLY. THE SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITY IS GONE. SO JUST FROM A STANDPOINT OF THEIR PHYSICAL WELL-BEING THERE'S A CONCERN, AND THEN FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE CITY ITSELF AND HOW LONG IT WOULD PROBABLY TAKE TO EVER REBUILD IT IS REALLY A CONCERN.))
SUPER=01-Don Myers/Asst. Roanoke Co. Admin.;
RUNS=:24
OUT Q=really a concern.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Don Myers is one of the county officials who has visited Opole (oh-POLE-uh) under a four- year- old exchange program.
Flooding in the region has reportedly caused more than a billion dollars worth of damage... making it the worst disaster on record for that region.
Thousands of people have been forced from their homes. Crops have been destroyed and 28 bridges washed away.
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SOT
IN Q=From my first trip

((DON MYERS/ASST. ROANOKE CO. ADMINISTRATOR: FROM MY FIRST TRIP OVER THERE I REALLY HAVE ADMIRED THE SPIRIT OF THE PEOPLE OVER THERE. THEY'VE BEEN THROUGH A LOT OVER THE YEARS AND CERTAINLY THAT'S IN THEIR FAVOR. I FELL LIKE THEY'LL COME BACK, BUT IT'S GOING TO BE TOUGH.))
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=going to be tough.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=none


Donations are being funnelled through the Roanoke Sister Cities Organization, and county officials are looking into other ways they may be able to help.

Common-Sense


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#Common Sense
GRAPHIC=Common Sense


If you're trying to cut your expenses, perhaps a few tips from the grandaddy of the "thrift newsletters" may help.
Len Besthoff continues our "summer reading" list for consumers in this week's edition of Common Sense.
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IN Q=NAT SOT
SUPER=@Len2;
RUNS=:54
OUT Q=news desk.

(( Nat Sot Summer reading gfx/music
RUNS=:04


The Tightwad Gazette newsletter started in 1990.
Over the years it amassed a tidal wave of practical, penny pinching tips.
For example:
Get dozens of re- uses out of your plastic baggies if you just wash them.
Put your money in a credit union instead of a bank.
Using the public library instead of buying a book.
Make a Halloween costume from scratch instead of buying one at a store.
Many ideas actually came from subscribers.
The Tightwad Gazette's is no longer in publication, but nearly all the newsletters have been compiled in three editions.
If you can't find them in bookstores, you can buy them for 12- dollars each, including shipping and handling, by sending your order to: The Tightwad Gazette, P-O-Box 201-P, Leeds, Maine, 04263.
I'm Len Besthoff with this week's edition of Common Sense, lets send it back to the newsdesk. Nat Sot Summer reading gfx/music
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CUNANAN


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


The remains of Andrew Cunanan have been released to his family in California.
No word on whether the suspected spree killer will be buried or cremated.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Newark, NJ;


Meantime, the houseboat caretaker whose 9-1-1 call led police to Cunanan's body, arrived in New York yesterday where he will receive ten-thousand dollars in reward money today.
The award is from a Gay and Lesbian group.
Fernando Carreira is suing Dade County and Miami Beach authorities for additional rewards.
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TX-Catholic


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=NONE


In Texas, a rare apology from the Catholic church.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Dallas, TX;


Bishop Charles Grahmann publicly apologized yesterday to the men who say they were abused as boys by a former priest.
Critics have blamed the Bishop for failing to stop the abuse and for waiting too long to acknowledge a problem existed.
The ten men and the parents of a teenager who committed suicide successfully sued the former priest and the diocese-- they were awarded 120 million dollars.
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2-E-Bassett-Fire


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-33
GRAPHIC=Fire


A weekend fire left two businesses out in the cold after the blaze gutted the building.
Lightning struck Lilly Industries igniting the chemical fire.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bassett;


Nearly 40 fire fighters from the Bassett and Collinsville Volunteer Fire Departments were called in to douse the flames.
But chemicals inside the building made it impossible for fire fighters to enter the building.
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SOT 12:27:01
IN Q=THERE WAS A

((CHIEF ALTON HUNDLEY/BASSETT VOL. FIRE DEPT.: THERE WAS A GREAT DEAL OF HEAT A LOT OF EXPLOSION. FORTUNATELY WE DIDN'T HAVE ANYBODY HURT BECAUSE OF THE TYPE OF STANCE WE TOOK IN OUR FIRE FIGHTING METHOD.))
SUPER=01-Chief Alton Hundley/Bassett Vol. Fire Dept.;
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=fire fighting method.
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VO-NAT


The back half of the building was home to A and W Motors.
Lilly Industries is a furniture finishing subsidiary of Bassett Furniture.
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SOT 12:26:19
IN Q=IT WAS A

((CHIEF ALTON HUNDLEY/BASSETT VOL. FIRE DEPT.: IT WAS A COLOR MATCHING LAB SO BASICALLY THEY HAD A VERY LIMITED SUPPLY OF CHEMICALS. THERE WAS A GARAGE ON THE BACK AND WE WERE FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO SAVE A GOOD PORTION OF THE GARAGE.))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=OF THE GARAGE
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VO-NAT


Fire fighters are baby sitting the scene until all the hot spots are out.
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E-ART-SHOW


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=AFR
TAPE#=97-49
GRAPHIC=none

***Anchor TAG****
More than 400 art works competed at the Roanoke City Arts Show.
And, top honors this year went to Roanoke Painter Gerry (JERRY) Bannon.
Andrew Freiden has more.
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SOT
IN Q=Art is a
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=01-Betsy Bannon/Artist; :18
SUPER=01-Gerry Bannon/Artist; :23
SUPER=01-Mark Scala/Chief Curator; :41
SUPER=@Andrew2; 1:35
RUNS=1:43
OUT Q=AF, NEWS 7


((Art is a family affair at the Bannon's house.
Gerry's wife Betsy's work was also featured in the show-- and her painting was only two down from her husband's.
And their son Alex even has an easel in his parent's studio.
So you'd think Betsy would be a little jealous when her husband took home first prize.
SOT 3:27:34

((NO, I'M NOT, I'M REAL HAPPY FOR HIM. WE WERE REALLY EXCITED, BOTH OF US WHEN WE FOUND OUT HE WON.))
RUNS=:05



SOT 3:22:12

((GERRY BANNON: TO HAVE WON, IS A REAL ICING ON THE CAKE, BUT IT'S NOT TAKEN IN A COMPETITIVE SENSE.))
RUNS=:00


Gerry's painting was one of the smallest, and least ornate in the show, but museum curator Mark Scala says that's part of what caught the juror's eye.
SOT 17:12:42

((MARK SCALA: THE TITLE IS SOMETHING OF A GIVEAWAY-- THE TITLE IS SEASONS 2-- FEBRUARY. AND WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE PAINTING ITSELF, YOU GET THE FEELING THAT THE PLANT IS RIGID WITH ENERGY. AS IF IT'S FROZEN AGAINST THE FEBRUARY WIND. IT'S REALLY QUITE SUBTLE, BUT I THINK QUITE MARVELOUS. ))
RUNS=:22


Both Betsy and Gerry concentrate on art full-time.
Gerry teaches at Patrick Henry Community College in Martinsville,
And Betsy teaches at Virginia Western.
SOT 3:30:43

((I WENT IN TO GRADUATE WANTING TO DO THAT, AND IT IS MY JOB, TALKING ABOUT ART, DEALING WITH OTHER ARTISTS, YOUNG ARTISTS.))
RUNS=:08



SOT 3:21:11

((GERRY BANNON/ARTIST: MOST ARTISTS DO NEED TO HAVE A JOB TO MAKE MONEY BESIDES THEIR WORK. TEACHING IS A REALLY WONDERFUL WAY OF BALANCING THE NEEDS OF THE STUDIO WITH THE ECONOMIC CONCERNS-- THE NEED TO MAKE MONEY. I ENJOY IT VERY MUCH.))
RUNS=:14


close up of mixing paint.
The Bannons say mixing work, art and family makes for a winning combination.
Andrew Freiden, News 7.))
ANCHOR=Kimberly
SS=none


The show is presented by the Arts Council of the Blue Ridge.
It continues until September 28th, at the Art Museum of Western Virginia, which is located at center in the square in downtown Roanoke.

S-Boredom


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=cst
TAPE#=97-47
GRAPHIC=Mornin' Health check


In this morning's health check,
The middle of summer can sometimes bring on a certain degree of boredom for children who have been out of school for a while.
Connie Stevens has some ways to help you and your family escape the summer doldrums.
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SOT
IN Q=It can be
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :12 QUICK!!!
SUPER=01-Dr. Mike Chiglinksy/Appalachian Counseling Ctr.; :31
SUPER=@Connie2; 1:21
RUNS=1:39
OUT Q=CS. Health Check.

((
It can be frustrating to parents-- the kids can't find anything to do this summer, in a house bombarded with videos, toys, games....those once-crucial accessories.
At Roanoke's Appalachian Counseling Center, Mike Chiglinksy warns parents that boredom sets in for kids OR adults, when they don't feel like they're accomplishing anything.
And that boredom he says, is usually found in a DIS-organized environment.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 11:43:16
IN Q=What is probably

((MIKE CHIGLINKSY/APPALACHIAN COUNSELING CENTER: WHAT IS PROBABLY MOST BENEFICIAL ON THE PART OF ADULTS, IS TO HELP THE CHILD FIGURE OUT AT LEAST SOME ACTIVITIES THEY CAN PLAN FOR THEMSELVES THROUGHOUT THE COURSE OF THE DAY-- BUT BREAK THEM UP SO THEY SEEM TO STRETCH OUT OVER THE COURSE OF THE DAY AND BRING SOME LEVEL OF INTEREST PERIODICALLY THROUGHOUT THE DAY))
RUNS=:20
OUT Q=throughout the day.


Chiglinksy says it's also important for adults to teach their kids how to cope with "down time."
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SOT 11:43:44
IN Q=We live in an

((WE LIVE IN AN ENVIRONMENT WHICH IS CONSTANTLY BOMBARDED WITH STIMULI, WHICH SAY GO TO THE MOVIES, GO HERE, LISTEN TO A ROCK VIDEO BUT WE ALSO HAVEN'T DONE A VERY GOOD JOB IN TEACHING INDIVIDUALS HOW TO COPE WITH NOTHING., HOW TO JUST COPE WITH QUIET, WITH PEACEFULNESS, WITH CALMING, AND IT IS AS IMPORTANT TO TEACH THAT SKILL, AS IT IS IMPORTANT TO TEACH HOW TO FILL UP THEIR TIME. ))
RUNS=:30
OUT Q=fill up their time.


The experts solution-- families should work together, to find creative ways to get in some quality time-- with activities that don't involve money or long trips.
Rather, try to take advantage of what's already in your everyday environment-- but probably ignored, in the chaos of the school-year's busy schedule.
Connie Stevens, Health Check.))
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2-E-Roanoke-Ax


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-36
GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident


Brake failure may be to blame in an accident yesterday that claimed four lives and sent three people to the hospital.
Police say the car's brakes fell apart shortly before it entered a winding road.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Investigators found pieces of the brakes on the road at the city limits, so hot they were melting the asphalt.
They say brake failure could have caused 47- year- old Anna Marie Talbert of Boones Mill to lose control of the station wagon as she rounded a curve on Mount Pleasant Boulevard.
The car ran over a guardrail, flipped at least twice before landing on its roof and catching fire.
Witnesses put out the flames and rescued two of the victims, but four others died in the wreck including Talbert and her 14- year- old son David.
Fourteen- year- old Sylvia K. Hess and her 13- year- old brother, Bryant, both of Pennsylvania, also died.
Rescue workers took three other passengers ages 10 to 15 to area hospitals, they're listed in serious condition.
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2-E-Missing-Baby


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=none


Police say a two- year- old boy is home and in good shape after a tense two day search.
Authorities say Dacota Hill was found in the common area of the Stafford Lakes apartment complex where his parents live.
He was sent to Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg for evaluation.
About 400 people joined in the search yesterday for the two- year- old boy who had been missing since Saturday.

GM


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=GM logo


Workers at a General Motors parts plant near Detroit are back on the job this morning.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Warren, MI;


The United Auto Workers approved a new contract yesterday ending a five- day walkout.
Four other plants were forced to shut down because of the strike which threatened to cripple G-M's entire North American operation.
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E-Yokohama


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-38
GRAPHIC=Yokohama


Workers at Salem's Yokohama Tire plant are NOT on strike, but they have NO new contract.
Employees and company officials have yet to come to terms.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


The contract at the Salem plant expired midnight Wednesday.
But a strike was averted when both sides agreed to extend the contract through this coming Tuesday.
The two sides met yesterday at an area hotel, but would not discuss details of the negotiations.
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ANCHOR=Kimberly
SS=NONE


If an agreement isn't reached by Tuesday, workers may decide to strike.
Yokohama is one of the area's largest employers with about 900 workers.

2-E-Poland-Flooding


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#=97-37
GRAPHIC=Flooding


The sister city connection may soon pay off for people in Poland.
As that country battles severe flooding, officials in western Virginia are trying to find ways to help out.
Opole (oh-POLE-uh)-- Roanoke County's sister city-- is located in one of the areas hit hardest by the floods.
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SOT
IN Q=So they don't have

((DON MYERS/ASST. ROANOKE CO. ADMINISTRATOR: SO THEY DON'T HAVE ANY ELECTRICITY. THEY DON'T HAVE A WATER SUPPLY. THE SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITY IS GONE. SO JUST FROM A STANDPOINT OF THEIR PHYSICAL WELL-BEING THERE'S A CONCERN, AND THEN FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE CITY ITSELF AND HOW LONG IT WOULD PROBABLY TAKE TO EVER REBUILD IT IS REALLY A CONCERN.))
SUPER=01-Don Myers/Asst. Roanoke Co. Admin.;
RUNS=:24
OUT Q=really a concern.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Don Myers is one of the county officials who has visited Opole (oh-POLE-uh) under a four- year- old exchange program.
Flooding in the region has reportedly caused more than a billion dollars worth of damage... making it the worst disaster on record for that region.
Thousands of people have been forced from their homes. Crops have been destroyed and 28 bridges washed away.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=From my first trip

((DON MYERS/ASST. ROANOKE CO. ADMINISTRATOR: FROM MY FIRST TRIP OVER THERE I REALLY HAVE ADMIRED THE SPIRIT OF THE PEOPLE OVER THERE. THEY'VE BEEN THROUGH A LOT OVER THE YEARS AND CERTAINLY THAT'S IN THEIR FAVOR. I FELL LIKE THEY'LL COME BACK, BUT IT'S GOING TO BE TOUGH.))
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=going to be tough.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=none


Donations are being funnelled through the Roanoke Sister Cities Organization, and county officials are looking into other ways they may be able to help.

4-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=lba
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=MLB


In baseball,
Good pitching and three-run homers produced a traditional Oriole victory.
For all of the last night's scores from the major league diamond, let's check the scoreboards.
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WIPE TO SCORES
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5011;
SUPER=0093-j/Salem/4//Wilmington/0///j/Kinston/12//Lynchburg/4///;
SUPER=X5010;
SUPER=0091-j/Texas/5//Chicago/4///j/Baltimore/9//Minnesota/0///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0091-j/Seattle/3//New York/2///j/Kansas City/3//Toronto/2///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0091-/Anaheim/5/j/Boston/6///j/Milwaukee/11//Detroit/7///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0092-j/Atlanta/3//Cincinnati/2////Florida/4/j/St. Louis/6///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0092-/Pittsburgh/5/j/San Francisco/6///j/Pittsburgh/10//San

Francisco/7///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0092-/Chicago/0/j/Colorado/4////Philadelphia/1/j/Los Angeles/7///;
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OUT Q=....last score."

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