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News-head

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Coming up next.
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Contract talks between Teamsters and the United Parcel Service have recessed.
Investigators release the latest information on the apparent bombing plot involving the New York city subway system.
And we'll take you aboard Lifeguard Ten-- for a look at what its like to earn a living-- hundreds of feet in the air.
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ANCHOR=TERESA


The NEWS is next.

NEWSBREAK


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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.
Coming up tonight at eleven--still no agreement in the U-P-S contract talks.
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We'll have the latest from Brooklyn where two bombing suspects were arrested after allegedly plotting a suicide attack on the city's subway.
And, we'll take you tens of thousands of feet in the air where a group of local flight nurses spend a good portion of their day aboard Lifeguard 10.
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ANCHOR=TERESA
SS=


Those stories, plus all the days, news, sports and the weekend forecast tonight at eleven.

Grayson-Homicide


ANCHOR=Teresa
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#97-46
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


Investigators aren't saying what turned a party into a murder scene.
A tip led Grayson County deputies to an Elk Creek home in the early morning hours of July 25th.
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SUPER=03-Grayson Co.;


There they found the charred and decapitated body of 40-year-old Garnett "G.P." Johnson on a bank near the home.
The house belonged to 42-year-old Louis James Ceparano (SEP-puh-rano).
Investigators arrested him at the scene.
Several days later a second man, 37-year-old Emmett Cressell (CRES-sell) of Speedwell was also arrested.
Both are charged with first degree murder.
Sheriff J.D. Wilson called in the F-B-I to help determine if the crime was racially motivated.
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SOT 19:19:48
IN Q=WE HAVE NOTHING

((J.D. WILSON/GRAYSON CO. SHERIFF: WE HAVE NOTHING THAT LEADS US TO BELIEVE IT WAS RACIALLY MOTIVATED. TO OUR UNDERSTANDING THESE GENTLEMEN WERE ACQUAINTANCES AND HAD BEEN SEEN SEVERAL MONTHS PRIOR, SEVERAL TIMES.)) ((PAT JOHNSON/VICTIM'S COUSIN: G.P. WAS A VERY KIND PERSON. HE WOULD HELP ANYBODY, ANYTIME. THERE ARE A LOT OF OLDER PEOPLE HERE AND G.P. WAS ALWAYS READY TO HELP.))
SUPER=01-J.D. Wilson/Grayson Co. Sheriff; :00
SUPER=01-Pat Johnson/Victim's Cousin; :12
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OUT Q=READY TO HELP
ANCHOR=Teresa
SS=HOLD


The three men were described as friends by members of the community.
Sheriff Wilson is not releasing a motive for the crime.
At the time of the murder, Ceparano was out on bond for fire arms charges.

Brooklyn


ANCHOR=Teresa
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


The arrest of two men in a Brooklyn, New York apartment is now taking on global implications.
An apparent bombing plot was short circuited with the arrests on Thursday.
Lee Cowan has the details.
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SUPER=03-Brooklyn; :00
SUPER=01-Howard Safir/NYPD Police Commissioner; :09 QUICK!!!
SUPER=01-James Kallstrom/FBI Spokesman; :32
SUPER=01-Neil Livingstone/Security Consultant; 1:22
SUPER=01-Lee Cowan/CBS News; 1:35
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OUT Q=New York.

((THE PLAN BEING HATCHED IN A BROOKLYN APARTMENT NOW SEEMS LESS AND LESS LIKE AN ISOLATED ACT...AND MORE LIKE PART OF A LARGER TERRORIST SCHEME. HOWARD SAFIR//NYPD POLICE COMMISSIONER:"THIS IS GOING TO EXTEND FAR BEYOND NEW YORK CITY." TWO OF THE SUSPECTS REPORTEDLY HAVE TIES WITH HAMAS, THE SAME RADICAL FUNDAMENTALIST GROUP THAT CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY FOR WEDNESDAY `S DOUBLE BLAST IN JERUSALEM.KILLING 15 AND INJURING DOZENS. A BLOODY SCENE THAT COULD HAVE JUST AS EASILY HAD A NEW YORK DATELINE. JAMES KALLSTROM//FBI: I THINK WE WERE CLOSE TO A DISASTER.AND IT DIDN'T HAPPEN, AND THAT'S THE GOOD NEWS. SO CLOSE AUTHORITIES SAY IT WAS PROBABLY LESS THAN A DAY AWAY FROM BEING CARRIED OUT. THE GROUP'S MAIN TARGET MAY HAVE BEEN THE NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY SYSTEM.BUT OFFICIALS ADMIT IT COULD HAVE BEEN ANYWHERE. I THINK THERE ARE RISKS IN ANY BIG CITY, AND IF YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE SUBWAY, YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE SUBWAY. SECURITY HAS REMAINED VERY HIGH.OFFICERS LOOKING FOR ANYTHING ANYWHERE ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY. YOU KNOW WHAT THEY'RE GOING TO NEED? EVENTUALLY THEY'RE GOING TO NEED MEDAL DECTECTORS LIKE IN THE MOVIES HAD THE PLOT BEEN CARRIED OUT, THE EFFECTS WOULD HAVE BEEN DEVASTING THE BOMBS WERE POWERFUL ENOUGH TO KILL ANYONE WITHIN 25 FEET OF THE BLAST. TODAY IT COULD HAVE BEEN NEW YORK TOMORROW TERRORISM EXPERTS SAY, IT COULD BE ANYONE'S GUESS. NEIL LIVINGSTONE//SECURITY CONSULTANT WE'RE VUNERABLE EVERYWHERE. HAMAS HAS A VERY WIDE PRESENCE IN THE U-S.KANSAS CITY. "THE REALITY OF TERRORISM IS THAT IT CAN HAPPEN ANYWHERE..IN A SUBWAY CAR, IN A NEW YORK CITY SKYSCRAPER, A PLANE OVER SCOTLAND, OR A SEEMINGLY GENERIC BUILDING IN THE MIDDLE OF OKLAHOMA CITY. ALL THE MOTIVES MAY HAVE BEEN DIFFERENT, BUT ALL HAD THE SAME CHILLING EFFECT. LEE COWAN, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK."))



UPS


ANCHOR=Teresa
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=UPS


Still NO settlement in contract talks between the Teamsters and United Parcel Service.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


Talks in Washington are now in "recess".
The break gives Teamsters President Ron Carey time to consult with his bargaining committee.
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IN Q=Obviously

((RON CAREY/TEAMSTERS PRESIDENT:OBVIOUSLY IF WE CAN'T REACH AN AGREEMENT THAT PROVIDES FOR DECENT JOBS, GOOD FULL TIME JOBS, PROVIDES FOR PENSION AND SUBCONTRACTING ISSUES, WELL, WE HAVE A PROBLEM. ))
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VO NAT
Earlier today-- Carey said-- quote-- "this process is not getting us anywhere at the moment."
But a U-P-S spokeswoman says there's been NO indication that a strike is imminent.
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Flight-Nurse


ANCHOR=Teresa
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-39
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They spend most of their "work day" thousands of feet in the air landing only when their missions are complete...and each mission is a matter of life and death.
Stacey Martin has more about flight nurses aboard Lifeguard-10.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=@File; :09
SUPER=01-Dennis Cotellese/Clinical Team Leader; :19
SUPER=01-Rick McCraw/Carilion Patient Transportation; :59
SUPER=@Stacey1; 1:39
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OUT Q=SM, News 7, Roanoke.


((This is an unusual sight for the crew of Lifeguard-10, grounded--back on earth for a 15-minute break.
The day has been a typically fast-paced one for the flight nurses aboard this chopper--working thousands of feet in the air--making fast work of saving lives.
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SOT 17.00.10 - 17.00.26
IN Q=We do what

((DENNIS COTELLESE/CLINICAL TEAM LEADER: WE DO WHAT WE NEED TO DO. OBVIOUSLY IT IS FUN BUT ON THE SERIOUS SIDE WHEN A PATIENT NEEDS TO BE BROUGHT TO A MAJOR HOSPITAL OR TRAUMA CENTER QUICKLY AND WHAT WE DO IS WE ALLOW THAT TO HAPPEN.))
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Their aim is to make it through the "Golden Hour"--the first 60 minutes after a serious accident when critical care is vital to a victim's survival.
They rely on advanced life support measures--such as pacemakers and suction equipment to help patients pull through.
They also depend on their quick response and advanced skills--skills honed by extensive training in preparing for the team.
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SOT 16.42.56 - 16.43.09
IN Q=The nursing staff

((RICK MCCRAW/CARILION PATIENT TRANSPORTATION DIRECTOR: THE NURSING STAFF UNDERGO AN EXTENSIVE ORIENTATION ONCE THEY'RE CHOSEN TO BE FLIGHT NURSES THAT LAST SIX WEEKS AND IT'S LITERALLY ONE-ON-ONE, EIGHT HOURS A DAY EVERYDAY FOR SIX WEEKS.))
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Lifeguard 10 covers a 60-mile radius around the Roanoke region.
The flight nurses fly between 450 to 520 emergency missions a year serving a total of 1.4 million people in eleven counties.
Forty to 50 percent of their missions are in response to automoble accidents.
But they also run transports for cardiac patients and babies needing emergency neonatal care.
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IN Q=There off again

((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: THERE OFF AGAIN. THIS TIME TO TRY TO SAVE THE LIFE OF A SIX MONTH OLD BABY. AND, COTELLESE SAYS THE GOAL OF THIS MISSION WILL BE LIKE ANY OTHER ONE--TO MAKE SURE THE BABY'S SAFE. STACEY MARTIN, NEWS 7, ROANOKE.))
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Coming up next on News 7 at 11, some local emergency workers say their new radio system is leaving them out of touch,
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and from Pittsylvania County, we'll see how good old fashioned horse play is bringing new life to some special children.
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Campbell-Radio


ANCHOR=Teresa
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#97-44
GRAPHIC=NONE


Some emergency volunteers in Campbell County say they're not completely satisfied with the county's new half- million dollar radio system.
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SUPER=03-Campbell Co.


Fire and rescue crews in the Timberlake area complain their handheld radios have trouble picking up and sending transmissions.
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SOT 5:55:01
IN Q=We're just very

((GERALD MAYS/BROOKVILLE- TIMBERLAKE V.F.D.: WE'RE JUST VERY CONCERNED TAHT WHEN WE GET CALLS.. COMMUNICATE WITH THEM.))
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The county says it's aware of the problem and is working to fix it.
They're looking for sites to put repeaters that will boost radio signals to the county's weak spots.
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SOT 16:56:39
IN Q=It's a situation

((MIKE MILNOR/PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR: IT'S A SITUATION THAT WE HERE AT THE PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT HAVE BEEN MONITORING. IT'S AN INCONVENIENCE FOR SOME OF THE AREAS THAT ARE EXPERIENCING THESE PROBLEMS, BUT AS FAR AS WHERE ANYONE'S ACTUALLY BEEN IN DANGER OR WHERE THIS ACTUALLY HAS BEEN A PROBLEM OR DELAY, I'M NOT AWARE OF IT.))
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Milnor says the new towers should be in place within a year.
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CPS-Regs


ANCHOR=Teresa
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-43
GRAPHIC=Virginia State Seal


Abused and neglected children have had to compete with falsely accused adults trying to protect their Constitutional rights.
But in the latest round, the children may have won out.
On Monday, the state social services board meets near Winchester to adopt a first-ever set of regulations for social workers investigating alleged child abuse.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


The meeting's being held near the home of Valerie Smelser (smel-TSER) -- the 12 year old whose life of abuse and eventual murder by her mother's boyfriend helped spawn the new regulations.
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IN Q=Although it

((BRIAN CAMPBELL/VA. SOCIAL SERVICES BOARD: ALTHOUGH IT HASN'T GOTTEN A LOT OF MEDIA ATTENTION, I CAN'T THINK OF ANYTHING THAT THE STATE DOES THAT'S MORE IMPORTANT.))
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SUPER=03-Charlottesville;


Among the controversial changes: audiotaping interviews with children alleging abuse.
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IN Q=You know

((YOU KNOW IF WE HAVE A CASE--THE CASES WHERE WE DO HAVE ABUSE GOING ON, WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT NOT ONLY IS THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES INVOLVED, BUT THAT THE LOCAL COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE IS INVOLVED AND THAT THOSE FOLKS ARE PROSECUTED. BUT WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT THE EVIDENCE IS THERE. WE DON'T WANT TO BE IN THE BUSINESS OF FALSELY ACCUSING PEOPLE.))
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Child protective services officials now believe better investigative practices might have prevented Smelser's death.
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SS=Virginia State Seal


Virginia has been the only state in the nation to require "clear and convincing evidence" to have a finding of abuse.
The new regulations would LOWER that standard to "a preponderence of evidence."

Horse-Camp


ANCHOR=Teresa
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-48
GRAPHIC=NONE


A hilltop farm in Pittsylvania County is helping some handicapped children expand their world.
They're learning to lean on horses for physical and emotional strength.
Tina Tenret reports.
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SUPER=07-Michael Allmond; :11
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SUPER=07-Barbara Smolinski; :44
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((
The camp is called Pony Express... and the bond between horse and child is rock solid here.
It has to be.
Many of these riders are just starting to speak, using commands like trot.
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SOT 4:03:30
IN Q=I like trotting

((MICHAEL ALLMOND: I LIKE TROTTING AND I JUST LIKE DOING EXERCISE.))
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Krystina Szabo spends her monthly disability check to lease this 15-acre farm,
where horses help ease physical, mental and emotional burdens.
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SOT 4:09:44
SOT4:24:00
SOT 4:06:40
IN Q=A lot of times

((KRYSTINA SZABO/CAMP DIRECTOR: A LOT OF TIMES WE GET PEOPLE WHO ARE VERY UNHAPPY AND WHO ARE COUCH POTATOES AND THEN ONCE THEY START GETTING INTO THE HORSES THEIR WHOLE WORLD REVOLVES AROUND HORSES. TINA TENRET/NEWS7: EVERYONE FROM AIDS VICTIMS TO DISABLED CHILDREN COMES HERE TO RIDE. THEY SAY IT HELPS THEM LEARN TO WALK, TALK AND INTERACT WITH OTHERS. BARBARA SMOLINSKI: IT'S HELPED ME A LOT BY LEARNING HOW TO HELP OTHER PEOPLE, LEARN BALANCE AND MAKE FRIENDS WITH OTHER PEOPLE AND HOW TO FEEL HOW EVERYONE IS EQUAL TO EACH OTHER.))
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Classes cost anywhere from five to twenty dollars based on the family's ability to pay.
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((NAT SOUND. CHILDREN SINGING))
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But for some, the happiness they find here is priceless.
Tina Tenret, News 7, Brosville.))

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ANCHOR=Teresa
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It's the end of an era for the counter culture.
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When we come back we'll see how customers of the Woolworth's lunch counter are dealing with the loss of their favorite lunch spot.
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Woolworth


ANCHOR=Teresa
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#97-40
GRAPHIC=NONE

***ANCHOR TAG***
When the luncheonette at Woolworth stops taking orders tomorrow...it will be the end of an era.
All 400 stores are closing nationwide taking with them the last of the American Lunch Counters.
Tonya Flory has more.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=01-Janie Brown/Woolworth Employee; :07
SUPER=01-Shirley Cooper/Woolworth Employee; :28
SUPER=@Tonya2; :36
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((The faces are farmiliar, regulars who frequent the lunch counter on a daily basis...who've become more than just customers.
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SOT 10:11:43
IN Q=A lot of customers

((JANIE BROWN/WOOLWORTH EMPLOYEE:A LOT OF CUSTOMERS YOU'LL KEEP IN CONTACT WITH, NOT WITH EVERYBODY AND THAT'S SAD, THOSE RELATIONSHIPS WILL BE GONE...AND THAT'S SAD))
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OUT Q=that's sad


When you walk through the doors you feel like you stepped into the era of poodle skirts and soda jerks...the fixtures haven't changed, and the memorabilia is turning into collectors items as patrons take a piece of nostalgia
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SOT 10:42:52
IN Q=They're disappearing

((SHIRLEY COOPER/WOOLWORTH EMPLOYEE:THEY'RE DISAPPEARING SOMEWHAT EVERYBODY WANTS A MOMENTUM OUR MENUS ARE HOT PROPERTY RIGHT NOW.))
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OUT Q=right now

Shirley and Janie have become like family, working side by side for several years...but it hasn't always been easy.
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SOT 10:10:07:12
IN Q=One of our

((JANIE BROWN:ONE OF OUR EMPLOYEES WAS SHOT AT ONE POINT IN TIME IN HERE AND THAT WAS A VERY VERY HARD TIME. BUT WE GOT PAST IT BECAUSE WE ALL BOUND TOGETHER))
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OUT Q=bound together

But the good times do outweigh the bad.
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SOT 10:10:27
IN Q=We had

((JANIE BROWN:WE HAD A LITTLE LADY THAT USED TO COME IN SHE WAS UP IN HER 80S. SHE HAD NO FAMILY AND WE FOUND OUT SHE WAS GOING TO CELEBRATE HER 80TH BIRTHDAY AND WE DID A BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR HER))
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OUT Q=for her

but now it's time to say good-bye.
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SOT 11:30:26
IN Q=Tomorrow will be

((JANIE BROWN/WOOLWORTH EMPLOYEE:TOMORROW WILL BE A HARD DAY. THINGS CHANGE, YAY. ONE DOOR CLOSES AND ANOTHER ONE OPENS))
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OUT Q=to be anymore

Talk is already spreading about the duo opening their own cafe but in the meantime...both are going to take some time off and let someone else serve them...TF, News 7.))
ANCHOR=Teresa

The Woolworth chain will remain operational until the fall...but Saturday is the last day the lunch counter will serve food.

Almanac


ANCHOR=Robin
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We end up July with big heat, then record lows and overall the dry pattern continues. What is ahead for August? Here's our monthly almanac.
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S-Score


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=steve
TAPE#S7-8
GRAPHIC=Buffalo Bills


Buffalo should have the NFL's defensive player of the year back in camp soon.

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SUPER=04-NFL; :00


Former Virginia Tech standout Bruce Smith is ending his holdout; according to coach Marv levy. Smith should report to the team this weekend and be ready to practice Monday.
His 21 day hold out cost Bruce 105 thousand dollars in fines.
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S-Irwin


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-10
GRAPHIC=Ernie Irvan


Robert Yates made it official today. Craftsman Truck series rookie Kenny Irwin Junior will replace Ernie Irvan in the 28 havoline Ford next season.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/ESPN; :00


Irvan, who won the Brickyard pole, did not have his contract renewed. So Irwin, also a USAC Midget champion, takes a seat behind one of if not the higfhest profile weel in racing.
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((KENNY IRWIN JUNIOR/REPLACES IRVAN IN 28 CAR:))
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OUT Q=...start up team"
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S-Racing


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-11
GRAPHIC=NASCAR


In other NASCAR news; 9 time Busch grand national race winner Todd Bodine is returning to Winston Cup full time next season where he will drive for Tabasco brand Pepper Sauce.
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SOT
IN Q="It's

((TODD BODINE/RETURNS TO WINSTON CUP NEXT YEAR:))
SUPER=01-Todd Bodine/Returns to Winston Cup Next Year; :00
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=...busch championship"
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#=R-37
GRAPHIC=Indy


Jeff Green was the final car out in second round qualifying for tomorrow's Brickyard 400. His 176.153 miles per hour effort earns him the 26th starting position.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/ESPN; :00


Dick Trickle, the FIRST qualifier of the day, would not be so lucky. Trickle fails to make his third race of the season.
Lake Speed had trouble getting the Melling Engine parts Ford started, when he did, it ran pretty good. He will start 27th right behind Green.
Now here's the rest of the 42 car field.
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Wallace//30. Ed Berrier//;
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Wilson//35. John Andretti//;
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SUPER=0107-36. Ward Burton//37. Greg Sacks//38. Terry Labonte//39. Kyle

Petty//40. Jimmy Spencer//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-41. Ricky Craven//42. Brett Bodine//43. Rusty Wallace//;
RUNS=:20
OUT Q=.....LAST CAR.
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S-Avalanche


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=CL-97
GRAPHIC=Avalanche


The Avalanche began the month of August tonight wit the first of a four game homestand against the Winston-Salem Warthogs.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Salem/Warthogs vs. Avalanche; :00


The game was scoreless until the top of the third when the Warthogs Kevin Conniker goes yard on this Doug Million pitch and Winston salem is out in front 1-nothing.
SUPER=34-Winston-Salem/2/Salem/1;

Conniker hurts the Av's again in the top of the fourth. Conniker connects on the one bagger to left field; Pete Pryor scores at the plate. Warthogs win 2-1.
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Sports tease


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=none


sMore sports heaed your way, including a Rush of local football,
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VO-NAT


and the Liberty Flames get ready to dig in to their 1 double A schedule; but first; the completion of the fiedl of dreams.
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S-Rush


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-13
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Rush


The 1 and OH Rush opened the season with a 36 to 7 win over Tennessee.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


Roanoke's minor league football team embarks on its home season tomorrow night against the Hampton Roads Sharks.
The Rush enjoyed success last season and almost made it to the championship game. And a national title is the focus of this years team.
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IN Q="Our goal...

((DUKE STRAGER/ROANOKE RUSH HEAD COACH: ))
SUPER=01-Duke Strager/Roanoke Rush Head Coach; :
RUNS=:23
OUT Q=......THICK OF THINGS."
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ANCHOR=Steve
SS=Hold Logo


Kick off at Victory Stadium tomorrow night is seven o'clock.

S-Liberty


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-S7-19
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A young offensive line and Liberty football coach sam Rutigliano is back to the drawing board.
He's not the only one rebuilding on the Flames campus. Travis Wells explains.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :00
SUPER=20-Travis Wells; :09
SUPER=01-Kim Graham/LU Athletic Director; :19
SUPER=01-Jacques DuPont/Southwest Recreational Industries; :42
RUNS=1:10
OUT Q=...News 7 Sports."
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Peach-Festival


ANCHOR=Teresa
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=jsu
TAPE#97-45
GRAPHIC=None


Visitors to Downtown Roanoke are getting some fuzzy memories this weekend as they celebrate the Fifth Annual Virginia Mountain Peach Festival.
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The lines were backed-up with customers eager to get a taste of a delicious peach dessert.
All are made from locally grown sweet Virginia peaches.
Whether it was cobbler, shortcake, or a sundae--everyone seemed to dig-in and enjoy.
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IN Q=It's delicious

((GRACE ABBOTT: IT'S DELICIOUS..I RECOMMENDED IT HIGHLY.SANDRA HODGES: THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I'VE BEEN. IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY. THIS IS JUST GREAT ))
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SUPER=07-Sandra Hodges; :04
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=is just great
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The festival continues tomorrow from 10 to five--with live entertainment.
And merchants say it's an event you don't want to miss.
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IN Q=If they just come

((REV. CARL TINSLEY: IF THEY JUST COME FOR NOTHING ELSE BUT A PEACH MILK SHAKE.. THEY WILL NOT REGRET IT. I PROMISE THEM THAT ))
SUPER=07-Rev. Carl Tinsley
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=promise them that
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VO-NAT


All proceeds will benefit the Northwest Child Development Center.
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That's all our time for tonight, thanks for watching and have a great weekend.

Close-ID


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NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=sta
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