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News-Heads

ANCHOR=Jean
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WRITER=JJA
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Straight ahead on News 7-
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More charges are filed against a Teachers' aid in Montgomery County.
The FBI finds the loot from the largest armored car heist in history.
Plus a local student appears on a national news program.
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Wx-Heads
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


Looks fairly warm tomorrow but the second half of the weekend will bring a big change. More on the forecast coming up.

medical-heads


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
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On Health Check-- A call for information on the human side effects of a fish-related disease.
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Plus, a new study says look to the sun for the cause of one type of cancer, and its not skin cancer.
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2-SHOT
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Video-Open


ANCHOR=Jean
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More charges are filed against the Montgomery County teacher's aid accused of having sex with a 13-year old student.
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5-Breedlove


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#597-37
GRAPHIC=news-7 at five


Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.
SS=legal scales


The Sheriff's department believes John Breedlove was also involved with another student.
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The 25- year old, from Roanoke, was working as a teacher's aid at Auburn High school when he was arrested last week for having consensual sex with a female student.
Breedlove is NOW accused of having sex with another 13- year old girl-- last spring.
Investigators say Breedlove is also accused of asking a third student for oral sex.
Montgomery County's school superintendent says Breedlove's job has been terminated.
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5-Fatal-Chase


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#597-39
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Police are still investigating a deadly crash from last night that came at the end of a high-speed chase.
double boxes=Jean/Steve


Steve Smallshaw joins us from our Lynchburg newsroom.. Steve, do we know yet whether alcohol was a factor in that accident?
Live=Steve Full/Microwave
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Jean, Lynchburg police say they found both whiskey and marijuana in the suspects' car, but they won't know whether either played a role until test results come back from autopsies performed on the two victims.
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SUPER=01-Col. Charles Bennett/Lynchburg Police; :23
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(( Police DO know that excessive speed and wet conditions were both factors in last night's crash at the end of a police chase between Lynchburg and Amherst County.
43- year- old Daniel Candler and 36- year- old Janet Phelps of Madison Heights allegedly had struck another car on Memorial Avenue, and refused to stop for police minutes later.
Authorities say the pursuing officer, M.L. Jamison, did everything by the book.
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IN Q=And certainly the

((COL. CHARLES BENNETT/LYNCHBURG POLICE: AND CERTAINLY THE INDIVIDUALS IN THE AUTOMOBILE BY THEIR ACTIONS AND THE WAY THEY WERE DRIVING WERE PRESENTING A CLEAR DANGER TO THE CITIZENS. THIS IS CERTAINLY A VERY TRAGIC SITUATION TO WHICH THERE JUST DID NOT SEEM TO BE A VERY GOOD RESOLUTION.))
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Police still aren't sure who was driving the car when it struck a guardrail and threw both occupants out.
They do believe that, prior to the crash, it had reached speeds close to 80 miles per hour.))
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LIVE=Steve Full/Microwave
SUPER=22-Lynchburg;


Chief Charles Bennett says the officer involved in the chase, M.L. Jamison, has been on the force less than a year.
double boxes=Jean/Steve


But again, everything they know about the crash, indicates Jamison acted properly in his pursuit of the vehicle. Jean?

5-Egypt


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
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Gunmen dressed in business suits opened fire on a tour bus in Egypt-
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It happened outside the Egyptian Museum in Cairo- one of the country's most popular tourist attractions.
At least six German tourists and three other people were killed.
19 others were hurt.
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((MADELEINE ALBRIGHT/SECRETARY OF STATE: I OFFER OUR PRAYERS AND OUR CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILIES OF THOSE WHO WERE KILLED OR INJURED IN THIS BARBAROUS ATTACK AND TO THE GOVERNMENT OF EGYPT AND GERMANY. WE MUST NEVER GIVE IN TO TERROR.))
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So far no one's claimed responsibility for the attack.
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5-Armored-car


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
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The FBI strikes gold- finding the loot from the largest armored car heist in history-
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SUPER=03-Henderson Co., NC;


Agents found the millions in cash inside a mini storage facility in Henderson County, North Carolina- south of Asheville.
Agents aren't saying what led them to the money or how much was recovered.
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((WILLIAM PERRY/FBI WE'RE GOING TO BE INVOLVED IN COUNTING THE MONEY. WE HAVEN'T NECESSARILY DONE A COUNT. IT'S A SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT AS YOU CAN IMAGINE.))
SUPER=01-William Perry/FBI;
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The money's been missing for six months when police say Philip Johnson made
off with the cash from his job at SUPER=03-Jacksonville, FL;

Wells Fargo in Florida.
Police caught up with Johnson last month while he tried to cross the border from Mexico into Texas.
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5-Danville-Fire


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=tte
TAPE#597-43
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Children apparently playing with matches set fire to an abandoned house in Danville this afternoon...
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SUPER=03-Danville;


The blaze started in the basement at 839 Stokes Street.
The fire inspector says no one lives in the house and it's currently for sale.
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IN Q=Some little children

((TARSHA WEST: SOME LITTLE CHILDREN WERE USING IT AS A CLUBHOUSE. THEY SET IT ON FIRE. ONE OF THE LITTLE CHILDREN HAD MATCHES AND A LIGHTER AND SET IT ON FIRE.))
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No one was hurt--
Fire officials say the children ran away.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER


ANCHOR=Jean
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Deadbeat parents watch out-- the second round of crackdowns is underway in the Commonwealth-- details next on NEWS-7 at FIVE--
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And students at the Arnold Burton Technology Center are getting hands on learning with cutting edge equipment.
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ANCHOR=Connie


The Roanoke-Salem Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association wants you to come walk with them.
We'll explain, on Health Check. 2-SHOT
ANCHOR=Jean


Also coming up-- Roanoke harpists will soon strike a chord overseas.
ANCHOR=connie


ANother Sister City delegation is paying a visit to Wonju Korea. Stay tuned. cc sponsor
Comm Break#1


5-Ray


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#NET-C
GRAPHIC=LEGAL SCALES


The man convicted of killing Martin Luther King Junior will not be let of of prison for medical treament.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


The judge said James Earl Ray's defense team produced no evidence to convince the court to set aside Ray's guilty plea and release him from prison-- even for medical treatment.
The 69-year old is serving a 99-year sentence at a Nashville prison-
After Thursday's hearing, Ray's lawyer said his client's condition is worsening.
Ray's lawyers may appeal-
They also plan to file more motions to try to get Ray released and awarded a new trial.
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5-Child-Support


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#597-40
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Seven-hundred-twenty-three more deadbeat parents have been arrested and issued warrants in Virginia.
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It's round two in a crackdown on the "worst of the worst" of those parents who refuse to pay child support.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: IN JUNE OF THIS YEAR WE LAUNCHED ...REFUSE TO SUPPORT THEIR CHILDREN.))
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A Danville woman says the effort netted her three-thousand dollars in a battle that's lasted...
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((LIZABETH ADKINS/DANVILLE MOTHER: THROUGH THE LAST FIVE YEARS. HE HAS NEVER PAID CHILD SUPPORT REALLY. JUST WHEN HE'S ABOUT TO GO TO JAIL HE'LL COME UP WITH THE LUMP SUM.))
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Enforcement officials say that despite the effort, their caseloads keep growing, and many deadbeats know they won't soon be caught.
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5-Burton


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#597-38
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A unique partnership with the business world will help a Roanoke County school give students experience with some cutting edge equipment.
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The Arnold Burton Technology Center gladly accepted the delivery of a new, state-of-the-art "machining center."
It cuts, shapes and drills different types of metal.
Okuma (oh-KOO-muh) America decided to loan the machining center after a suggestion of one of its distributors, and the Graham White plant in Salem.
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((JOHN HENDRICK/OKUMA AMERICA PRESIDENT: THERE'S A NEED TO DO A BETTER JOB OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. THIS IS SOME FAIRLY SOPHISTICATED TECHNOLOGY AND PEOPLE DON'T JUST COME OFF THE STREET THAT KNOW HOW TO OPERATE IT.))
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Teachers at the school say the machining center is the most sophisticated piece of equipment in its toolshop.
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ANCHOR=Jean
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A group of kids is tuning up for a trip to one of Roanoke's Sister Cities.
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STOCKS BUMP NEXT

5-HARPISTS


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NEWSCAST=FIVE
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Roanoke's Sister City, Wonju Korea, is about to get an extended concert by some very talented young musicians. DOUBLE BOX JEAN/PATRICK
Patrick Evans reports that the Harp Ensemble is preparing for it's overseas adventure, and they're here to perform for us today.
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SUPER=01-Song Hee Uhm/Conductor;
SUPER=01-Dan Uhm/Tour Organizer;

DOUBLE BOX PATRICK/ROBIN
Forecasts
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health music under


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
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A Roanoke County high school student makes his national television debut tonight behind the wheel-
That story is heading your way on NEWS-7 at FIVE.
ANCHOR=Connie


On Health Check-- what you can do to help area Alzheimer's patients-- it's a walk in the park.
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Plus-- don't like broccoli?
Maybe you haven't tried it the REALLY HEALTHY way.
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health bump
Comm Break#3


six-preview


ANCHOR=Keith
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Good Evening, I'm Keith Humphry--tonight on NEWS-7 at SIX, we're talking airbags.
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Some lawmakers say new government standards for airbags will lead to accidental deaths...
Yesterday a Senate committee voted to eliminate federal requirements that airbags deploy enough force to protect motorists who do NOT wear seat belts.
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Talent=Keith


What are safety experts saying about these provisions...
double boxes Jean/Keith


Join me for NEWS-7 at six in about 40-minutes for that and much more.
ANCHOR=Jean


Thanks Keith.

5-Pfiesteria


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#597-42
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Virginia's concerns are growing over the findings of biologists--
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


Fish kills like these in Maryland and North Carolina prompted Virginia to search for and find lesions on fish in NOW three of its own Chesapeake tributaries.
SUPER=03-Richmond;


But Governor George Allen says Maryland needs to hand over health records on some human side effects allegedly related to pfisteria.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: WE WOULD LIKE THEM TO COOPERATE. AND HOPEFULLY WHEN I'M ABLE TO TALK WITH GOVERNOR GLENDENNING PRIVATELY ONE ON ONE TOMORROW, HE'LL BE ABLE TO DIRECT HIS HEALTH DEPARTMENT FOLKS TO SHARE THAT INFORMATION WITH VIRGINIA'S HEALTH DEPARTMENT PEOPLE. AND FOR THAT MATTER WITH DELAWARE, NORTH CAROLINA, WEST VIRGINIA, PENNSYLVANIA, AND ALL THE REST.))
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SS=HOLD


The Governor has earmarked 2-point-3 million dollars to hire a staff and set up a lab solely to study the bacteria.

5-Leukemia


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-31
GRAPHIC=leukemia


British medical experts say sunbathing, pollution and an increase in the use of antibiotics could be a reason leukemia is on the rise.
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The study shows a 40 percent rise in the disease in Britain in the last decade.
More men than women are likely to develop cancers of the blood.
If the trend continues, leukemia could be the sixth most common form of cancer by the year 2000.
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5-Lollipops


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-32
GRAPHIC=child safety


A federal advisory panel is recommending approval of a
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raspberry-flavored lollipop loaded with a narcotic pain-killer-- despite worries it might be a hazard to kids.
The panel voted unanimously that the benefit to cancer patients who face intense flashes of pain far outweighs the risk of harm to kids or the potential for drug abuse.
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5-Memory-Walk


ANCHOR=cst
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=mfe
TAPE#597-34
GRAPHIC=alzheimer's disease


Since 1983, the Roanoke-Salem chapter of the Alzheimer's Association has been providing support to patients and their families.
Saturday, the Chapter is sponsoring its first annual Memory Walk.
Intern reporter Matt Feret explains it's not just a walk in the park.
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SUPER=01-Louise Chagnon/Alzheimer's Association Exec. Dir.; :26
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((
Alzheimer's is a disease of the brain that causes a loss of intellectual functioning, eventually stripping its victims of the ability to do every-day tasks.
Nearly 12,000 people are afflicted with Alzheimer's Disease in Southwestern Virginia-- that's slightly higher than the national average.
Alzheimer's Association Director Louise Chagnon says that's why the role of the Chapter is an important one.
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((LOUISE CHAGNON/DIRECTOR: WE STARTED AS A GRASS-ROOTS ORGANIZATION HERE IN 1983, AND THE CORE OF OUR ACTIVITY HAS ALWAYS BEEN TO SUPPORT THE FAMILIES. AND WE CAN, THERE ARE A LOT OF DIFFERENT WAYS BUT OUR GOAL IS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE DISEASE, TO WORK TOWARD BETTER QUALITY CARE IN THE AREA.))
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Saturday's Memory Walk is designed not just to increase community awareness about Alzheimer's-- but to raise money as well.
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((WE ARE JUST EXCITED ABOUT THE SUPPORT WE'VE RECEIVED. AND THIS IS A CHANCE FOR US TO LET THE COMMUNITY KNOW THAT WE ARE HERE, AND THAT OUR MOTTO IS SOMEONE TO STAND BY YOU, AND THAT IS THE CENTRAL FOCUS OF THE CHAPTER. OUR GOAL NATI0NWIDE IS A WORLD WITHOUT ALZHEIMERS.))
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The walk will begin around nine-thirty Saturday morning at Salem's Longwood Park.
But if you can't attend, the organization is still looking for volunteers-- year round.
Matt Feret, News 7.))
ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


For more information about this weekend's Memory Walk, call the dissolve to pinnacle Alzheimer's Association at 540-563-1816.
There is a 25-dollar registration fee, but you'll leave with a Memory Walk T-Shirt.
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5-Broccoli


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-36
GRAPHIC=Cancer research


And a recent study at Johns Hopkins University
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shows little broccoli sprouts are good for fighting cancer.
In fact the sprouts have 50 percent more anti-cancer chemicals than mature broccoli.
And they don't even taste like the popular vegetable!
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2-shot-toss
ANCHOR=Jean


Time now for sports-- fasten your seatbelts-- as we go to the track, the diamond and the grid iron.
ANCHOR=Connie


Mike Stevens has a chock-filled two-minute ticker-- so let's get right to it...hi mIke

S5-Cards


ANCHOR=Mike
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Good afternoon folks welcome to the ticker, where even an Iron Man gets some rest now and then.
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Orioles' manager Davey Johnson announced this afternoon that as soon as O's clinch the AL East he plans to give Cal Ripken Jr. some time off to rest his bad back.
He will not miss any games, but he will likely only play three of four innings a night.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=CARDS/CUBS


This afternoon the Cubs lead the Cardinals 4-to-nothing in the seventh inning.

S5-Jarrett


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-30
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The NASCAR series rolls into Dover, Delaware tomorrow morning for this weekend's racing festivities that include the Winston Cup race on Sunday and Saturday's MBNA 200 Busch Grand National event.
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SUPER=04-1997 Season; :00


One of the drivers to keep an eye on both days is Dale Jarrett.
He's second in the Winston Cup points chase, but he's always factor in the Busch series, as well.
In fact, this year Dale is not only winning races but raising money.
This season he is kicking in at least $140 thousand dollars to benefit breast cancer research.
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((DALE JARRETT/WHITE RAIN FORD BUSCH DRIVER:))
SUPER=01-Dale Jarrett/White Rain Ford Busch Driver; :00
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Dale got much of his driving sense from his Dad Ned, but pop says its some of the other features his son possesses that please him most these days.
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((NED JARRETT/DALE'S FATHER:))
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S5-Florida


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PINNACLE PAGE 99009
Plenty of footballs will be in the air this Saturday afternoon on Your Hometown Station as CBS gets ready for a huge college football doubleheader.
At high Noon Penn State, the number one team in some folks minds takes on Louisville.
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Then at 3:30 the game of the season to this point kicks off in the swamp in Gainesville as the Florida Gators host Tennessee. The Vols have lost the last four games to the Gators.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=TICKER


Coming up at six, Steve Mason had a report on this Saturday Tech-Temple tilt, plus more racing news concerning Rick Mast and a fast art display in Danville.
All that coming your way at six.
But Jean Jadhon will be right back after this with more News 7 at Five.
Take care folks. take a break

5-48-Hours


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=five
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#597-41
GRAPHIC=NONE


Michael Lilley's parents kept a watchful eye as their son was learning to drive.
Tonight, the rest of the nation will ride along with the Roanoke County teenager.
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SUPER=04-48 Hours;


The CBS News Magazine 48 hours followed the Cave Spring High School student this summer after he received his learner's permit.
A camera crew interviewed Lilley and his parents for a program on aggressive drivers.
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IN Q=Why are your parents

((WHY ARE YOUR PARENTS SO FREAKED OUT? I DON'T KNOW. I THINK THEY TRUST ME. THEY'RE JUST CONCERNED ABOUT THE OTHER DRIVERS THAT ARE KIND OF AGGRESSIVE. THIS GUY CUT TOO CLOSE IN FRONT OF YOU. THE CAR JUST MAKES PEOPLE TURN INTO DR JEKYLL/MR. HYDE WHEN THEY GET BEHIND THE WHEEL OF THE CAR. YOU TURN WILD.))
SUPER=07-Michael Lilley; :02
SUPER=01-Vincent Lilley/General District Court Judge; :13
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The 48 Hours program on American Drivers and Road Rage, airs tonight at 10 here on WDBJ- 7.
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