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Guilty on all counts. Most of the performances at "Girls, Girls, Girls" are deemed unlawful exposure; one is ruled obscene.
Details of the Roanoke jury verdict coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX.
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ANCHOR=Keith


From part-time bartender to full- time student and would-be teacher... one "view" of a welfare recipient. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Steve


In sports, soccer highlights from the Roanoke/Lynchburg ODAC battle, the Hokies gear up for Miami of Ohio; Mike Stevens will fill us in,
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VO-NAT


and the Braves brain trust lets his second ace take on the Stros; a recap of the Atlanta/Houston series in sports.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Patrick
SS=None


Fall like temperatures will dot the map tomorrow, with the possibility of scattered frost, while Robin Reed joins us from the White House with a report on Global Warming.

Girls-Girls


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-67
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


A local jury has endorsed city and state obscenity laws.
The four women and three men of the jury today threw the book at a Roanoke strip joint known as "Girls, Girls, Girls."
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IN Q=The jurors even
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SUPER=01-Keith Guthrie/Club Owner; :27
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((
The jurors even took another look at the hidden camera work of city police vice squad officers... as they deliberated two and a half hours before convicting the club on all 16 counts.
"Facilitating unlawful exposure" ...GUILTY 14 times over... and then ONE, more SERIOUS charge:
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((GUILTY OF PRESENTING AN OBSCENE PERFORMANCE ON MAY 15, 1997.))
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The obscenity conviction came as a surprise to club management.
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((WE PLAN TO APPEAL IT, AND I HOPE FOR A BETTER VERDICT NEXT TIME AROUND. AS FAR AS NOW, I GUESS WE'RE JUST BACK YOU KNOW BUSINESS AS USUAL, JUST TRY TO KEEP THE SHOW GOING. You would risk further penalties by staying open and doing business as usual? WE PLAN TO STAY OPEN. WHETHER OR NOT WE MODIFY THE SHOW THAT DEPENDS ON SOME ADVISEMENT FROM OUR ATTORNEY.))
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Guthrie says the $40,000 fine- -the maximum allowed under these charges- -will NOT put him out of business.
"It's all about money," says Guthrie's fiance, a dancer who goes by the stage name "Scarlett."
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SOT 14:13:40
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((THE CORPORATION WAS CLEARLY BENEFITING FROM BEING A SEX PEDDLER. THE CROSS SECTION OF THE COMMUNITY THOUGHT IT WAS OUTRAGEOUS THAT THEY DID SO AND THEY WANTED TO HIT THEM IN THE POCKET BOOK AS HARD AS THEY COULD.))
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The dancers toned down their performances after the indictments were returned in June... and may make further modifications in light of the verdict.
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((I THINK IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN THAT THEY REALIZE THAT THEY WENT TOO FAR. ))
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Legal Scales


Sentencing is set for October 29th.

Bickley


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#97-70
GRAPHIC=David Bickley


A federal judge has ruled that a man who called the I-R-S... talking about bombings and blowing his head off ...is NOT guilty of making threats.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke


The female I-R-S employee who took the call says she didn't feel personally threatened, but she believed it was David Bickley's intent to intimidate her and that he was unstable.
Bickley says he does not regret what he said over the phone, but he's sorry he frightened the employee.
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IN Q=I made no threat

((DAVID BICKLEY/DEFENDANT: I MADE NO THREAT OVER THE PHONE. I REFERRED TO OKLAHOMA CITY, NOT THINKING ABOUT THE ANNIVERSARY OF IT, BUT THE WHOLE STUFF THAT'S GOING ON IN AMERICA.))
SUPER=01-David Bickley/Defendant
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OUT Q=in America.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/March 17


Bickley chained himself to a bench in front of the federal courthouse last March to make a statement about his frustration with the government.
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Welfare-Reform


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 pm.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#97-58
GRAPHIC=Virginia Welfare


Today marks a new beginning for those who receive public assistance-- the Virginia Initiative for Employment not Welfare, or VIEW, has now taken effect statewide.
It requires able- bodied adults receiving welfare to go to work--and it eliminates benefits after two years.
As Kimberly McBroom reports, several recipients welcome the chance to make a fresh start.
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SUPER=07-Stephanie Brown-Webb; 1:02
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((LORRIE SHARMAN: PEOPLE AREN'T ON WELFARE BECAUSE THEY WANT TO BE-- MOST PEOPLE ARE ON IT BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO BE. ))
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Sharman was a single mother, working as a bartender to support herself and her son.
But she ended up on welfare.
She's now a full- time student at Virginia Western Community College, and plans to become a teacher.
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((GOING BACK TO SCHOOL AND GETTING SOME HELP FROM THE STATE ON THE WELFARE-- AND I WANT TO BE A TEACHER-- THEN I WILL GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY WHAT EVERYBODY HAS HELPED ME ACCOMPLISH. ))
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Standup here
Sharman is like many others in the VIEW program-- people who have worked before, but now need a jump start back into the job market.
Starting later this month, TAP will offer a training program that'll help participants get ready to pound the pavement. end stand up
VIEW participant Stephanie Brown- Webb is an army veteran, and has had years of technical experience.
Her struggle with the working world?
Finding affordable child care.
But she's hoping VIEW will lead her to an understanding employer.
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SOT tape 2 10:49:27

((STEPHANIE BROWN- WEBB: SOMEBODY'LL SEE THAT THERE IS SOME VERY HIGHLY EXPERIENCED PEOPLE OUT HERE WITH A LOT OF TECHNICAL BACKGROUND AND TRAINING THAT ARE LOOKING FOR GOOD JOBS AND ARE WILLING TO WORK-- JUST HAVE TO WORK AROUND OUR CHILDREN, AND OUR SITUATIONS. THAT'S ALL. ))
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Kimberly McBroom, News 7.))

Dolan-Earley


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-63
GRAPHIC=Mark Earley


Three years ago, Chesapeake state Senator Mark Earley tried to get a tax break that would help televangelist Pat Robertson.
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SUPER=@file;


Over the past year, Robertson's contributed 35- thousand dollars to Earley's Republican campaign for Attorney General... making him Earley's largest individual contributor.
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Democrat Bill Dolan's making hay over the connection.
Dolan says Earley's bill would have exempted a retirement home Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network wanted to build from 875- thousand dollars a year in taxes to the city of Chesapeake.
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((BILL DOLAN/D-CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GEN.: WITHOUT EVER GOING TO THE CITY COUNCIL IN CHESAPEAKE, HE TRIED TO SLIP THIS THROUGH BY INTRODUCING A BILL IN JANUARY OF 1994.))
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SUPER=@file


Mark Earley says Robertson's retirement home would have been a non-profit charitable organization.
Entry fees would have ranged up to 495- thousand dollars a person.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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The Hill City postmaster is coming under fire for his management style. We'll have that story coming up on News 7 at Six.
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and Hokies past and present celebrate a milestone for Virginia Tech.
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Postal-Protest


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-61
GRAPHIC=None


A movement is underway in Lynchburg to oust the city's postmaster.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg


The local postal workers union claims William Houston has a violent temper and has acted irrationally in his treatment of employees.
They point to the recent suspension of both local union presidents.
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((JIM BURKE/APWU REGIONAL COORDINATOR: IT CAN'T BE A COINCIDENCE THAT IN A 35- DAY PERIOD, BOTH LABOR LEADERS ARE PUT OUT ON THE STREET WITH NO CHARGES AGAINST THEM, NO FOUNDATION, JUST SOME KIND OF INVESTIGATION BY THE COMPANY POLICE FORCE, THE COMPANY GOONS, AND WE'RE NOT GOING TO TAKE IT.))
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More than two hundred postal workers from eight states are expected to attend a protest at the post office next Friday.
They're asking that postmaster Houston be removed from his supervisory position.
Houston could "not" be reached for comment.
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Piedmont-Mills


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-64
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg City Seal


Another piece of Lynchburg history went up for sale today, and the buyer is a group that wants to see more activity along the city's riverfront.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg


The 120- year- old Piedmont Mills building on Jefferson Street was auctioned off for 47- thousand, 500 dollars.
It was bought by the local Sons of Italy chapter, which is hosting next week's Italian Festival along the riverfront. It wants the structure for its new lodge.
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((MICHAEL BUSCEMI/SONS OF ITALY PRESIDENT: ALL OF OUR MEMBERS ARE FROM LYNCHBURG AND THE NAME OF OUR LODGE HAS A DOUBLE MEANING WITH ROME PLUS LYNCHBURG, SO IT WAS LOGICAL TO PLACE THE PHYSICAL LODGE ITSELF INSIDE THE CITY LIMITS.))
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OUT Q=the city limits.
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The building had been assessed at close to 65- thousand dollars.
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First-Student


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tha
TAPE#97-59
GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech


Some Virginia Tech students are taking a hike down memory lane in honor of the school's 125th anniversary.
Double Boxes=Keith and Teresa/Microwave


Teresa Hamilton joins us from the Virginia Tech campus with highlights.
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SUPER=@Teresa1;
SUPER=05-Blacksburg;


Keith, members of the Class of '97 just planted a tree here as part of the anniversary celebration-- which also included a tribute to Tech's first student.
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SUPER=01-Eric Keith/Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets; :00
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.; :07
SUPER=01-Kate Glass/Virginia Tech Student; :32 quick
SUPER=03-Craig Co.; :43
SUPER=01-Dr. Charles Steger/VP for Development; :51
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((ERIC KEITH/VT CORE OF CADETS: WELL, CARRYING ALL OF OUR EQUIPMENT AND WALKING IN COMBAT BOOTS, HAS MADE US BELIEVE ADDISON CALDWELL SHOULD'VE GOTTEN A HORSE. ))
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Believe it or not-- Eric Keith--as well as seven other cadets-- and one civilian-- actually volunteered to hike from Craig County to Blacksburg.
They're re-living what it was like 125- years ago-- when William Addison Caldwell hiked 28- miles-- to become the first student to register for classes at Virginia Tech.
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IN Q=Does it

((REPORTER SPEAKS:DOES IT MAKE YOU APPRECIATIVE OF HOW THINGS ARE SO DIFFERENT NOW-- COMPARED TO WHAT IT WAS LIKE SO MANY YEARS AGO FOR HIM? KATE GLASS/VT STUDENT: YES, A LOT, THE FACT THAT JUST HIKING OVER THAT MOUNTAIN AND THINKING ABOUT THE FACT HE HAD TO DO THAT TO GET TO SCHOOL AND I DREAD, YOU KNOW, GETTING IN MY CAR TO DRIVE FOUR HOURS TO COME TO SCHOOL FROM HOME.))
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OUT Q=from home.


Caldwell's role in history was remembered in other ways--
A monument was unveiled in Craig County in honor of Caldwell's contribution.
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((DR. CHARLES STEGER/VP FOR DEVELOPMENT AND UNIVERSITY RELATIONS:ADD NEVER BECAME FAMOUS, HE NEVER ACCUMULATED WEALTH, AS WE MIGHT DEFINE WEALTH BUT HE DID ACHIEVE IMMORALITY, BECAUSE VIRGINIA TECH WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HIS SINGULAR ROLE IN OUR HISTORY. ))
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Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE

A strong surge in the bond market boosted stocks today. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
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New-Jet


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-56
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Airport


Your next trip to Atlanta could be a lot faster and quieter.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Jet service to Atlanta is back, on a brand new aircraft.
Atlantic Southeast Airline introduced its new 50 passenger plane this afternoon.
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SOT 4:00:56
IN Q=The added

(( SAM WATTS/ASA VICE PRESIDENT; THE ADDED SPEED AND RANGE OF THIS AIRCRAFT OPENS CONSIDERABLE NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ASA AND EXPANDED CONNECTION OPPORTUNITIES FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELING FROM ROANOKE; 3:57:32 JOHN STROUD/ROANOKE REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE; IT'S THE MAJOR MARKET AREA FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE IN THE ROANOKE REGION, SO THIS FLIGHT WILL BE A TREMENDOUS ASSET TO THE BUSINESS TRAVELERS WHO ARE TRAVELING, IN ESSENCE, ALL OVER THE WORLD. ))
SUPER=01-Sam Watts/ASA Vice President;
SUPER=01-John Stroud/Roanoke Chamber Of Commerce; :13
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VO-NAT


ASA will offer one jet flight to Atlanta this month, and add a second one in November.
ASA bought 30 new planes, so the carrier could operate as many as 9 daily flights from Roanoke to Atlanta if demand warrants.
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Sports tease


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=Sports Tease
GRAPHIC=none


Highlights from the Braves dominating game two win over the Stros. Roanoke takes on Lynchburg in ODAC soccer,
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and Mike Stevens will preview Virginia tech's game against Miami of Ohio on tap for this weekend.
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S-Braves


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-15
GRAPHIC=Braves/Astros


The Atlanta Braves are one win away from issuing Houston a tomahawk season ending chop; stomping the Astros in game two of the national league first round playoff series.
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SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/ESPN; :00


To Hotlanta we go. Scoreless until the bottom of the third when Jeff Blauser connects on a three run homer to put the Braves in command of the game 3-nothing.
The Stros come back tot tie in in the top of the fourth. Mike Hampton makes the comeback complete with the RBI single. 3 to 3.
SUPER=35-Atlanta/13/Houston/3;

But Houston would give the game away. Hampton walked in the go ahead run; highlighting a 5 run sixth.
Greg Colbrunn brings in 2 more on a one bagger as Atlanta goes up 2 games to none with a 13-3 win.
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ANCHOR=Steve
SS=Giants/Marlins


In the National League's other first rounder; the marlins lead the Giants 5-4 in the 6th in game 2.

S-Hokies


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-1
GRAPHIC=TECH FB


A Hokie Homecoming is set for this Saturday in Blacksburg as 12th ranked Virginia Tech hosts Miami of Ohio.
Mike Stevens has more on Tech's second straight non-conference matchup.
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SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/VA Tech Head Coach; :20
SUPER=01-Keion Carpenter/VA Tech Safety; :54
SUPER=01-Jemel Smith/VA Tech Inside Linebacker; 1:10
SUPER=@Mike1; 1:20
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(( Although the Hokies have never played Miami of Ohio, Frank Beamer has had good success against teams from the state of Ohio and the Mid American Conference, from which the Red Hawks hail.
But there's always a fear that one of these lesser teams is capable of a Big Mac attack. ((FRANK BEAMER/VA. TECH HEAD COACH:))
Look for the Tech defense to again set the tone this weekend. Last week the Hokie hitters set a new Big East record by holding Arkansas State to minus 28 yards rushing. Not bad for a unit that was supposed to suffer after sending almost half its starters to NFL camps.)) ((KEION CARPENTER/VA. TECH FREE SAFETY:)) ((JAMEL SMITH./VA. TECH INSIDE LINEBACKER:)) ((MIKE STEVENS:))

S-Charlotte


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=R-37
GRAPHIC=Charlotte


The Charlotte Motor Speedway gets busy tonight with Busch Pole qualifying for Sunday's UAW-GM Quality 500. Roy Stanley will have thte first round results at 11.

S-Soccer


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-11
GRAPHIC=Soccer


Roanoke and Lynchburg hooked up in a mens soccer ODAC clash this afternoon over in Salem.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Salem/Hornets vs. Maroons; :00


The maroons beat the Hornets in both meetings last year and Scott Allison's team seemed ready to keep the streak alive.
Not without a scare. Watch Lynchburg's Chris Richford launch the ball at the Roanoke goal; but the cross bar is the goalies best friend.
Roanoke finally gets on on the SUPER=34-Roanoke/2/Lynchburg/1;

board. Jamin Hujik makes the perfect pass to Billy Renfro who fires a shot past the Hornets goalkeeper and the Maroons top Lynchburg 2-1.
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Almanac


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=pev
TAPE#Almanac
GRAPHIC=None


October is starting off on the right foot, with chilly temperatures and the threat of frost. We enter the month more than 5 inches short on rainfall, let's see what we can expect from month number 10.
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Global-Climate


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=rre
TAPE#97-62
GRAPHIC=None


Meterologists from around the country are gathered at the White House for a global climate conference...
Double Boxes=Patrick and Robin/Satellite


including our own Robin Reed, who joins us now to tell us more about it.
Talent=Robin Full/Satellite
SUPER=@Robin1;
SUPER=05-Washington, DC;
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Rollcue: focus on this issue
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((I WOULD ASK YOU TO THINK ABOUT WHETHER YOU SHOULD ASK PEOPLE TO THINK ABOUT THIS. BECAUSE OUR COUNTRY ALWAYS GETS IT RIGHT. WE ALWAYS GET IT RIGHT ONCE WE FOCUS ON IT, BUT RIGHT NOW WHILE THE SCIENTISTS SEE THE TRAIN COMING THROUGH THE TUNNEL, MOST AMERICANS HAVEN'T HEARD THE WHISTLE BLOWING.))
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OUT Q=haven't heard the whistle blowing.
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Double Boxes=Patrick and Robin/Satelllite
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Promo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#Promo


That's News7 at Six.
Tonight at 11,
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


a look at Danville's juvenile detention center --
Its director says the rooms are too small and inmates can break the glass front door to escape.
During a recent uprising, inmates actually held guards hostage.
But will City Council approve an expansion -- perhaps even let neighboring counties co-own the facility?
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Talent=Keith


Jean Jadhon has the story tonight on News 7 at 11.