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ANCHOR=Keith

How is a political debate like a NASCAR race?
The answer is coming up in just a moment- -right here- -on the only television station that'll air tonight's LIVE debate between candidates for Governor.
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And it's more than scout's honor at stake- - re-thinking the rules for door-to-door sales incentives.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports head
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Tonight in sports, UVa gives Aaron straight A's this week.
Former Cav Terry Kirby talks with us this evening.
The Yanks and Indians wrap up their series tonight.
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And the Roanoke Express training camp rolls on at the Roundhouse, with a scrimmage coming up tomorrow night.
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The debate over Global Warming gets a little louder today and Washington sets a record high on the same day. Meantime, our forecast shows a lack of rain until mid-October. open
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Beyer-Gilmore


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-60
GRAPHIC=Campaign 97


It has all the elements of good political theater -- but only the actors know what's in the script.
Former governor Doug Wilder hosts Don Beyer and Jim Gilmore tonight for what they're calling "Debate Virginia."
Double Boxes=Keith and Ellen/STARLINK


Ellen Qualls is at the Virginia Commonwealth University Performing Arts Center.
What should we look for tonight?
Live=Ellen Full/STARLINK
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Keith, sometimes in political coverage it's NOT just the candidate's answer that's important.
It's also the question -- and whether the answer really answered it.
This is really the first public forum where a sharp-tongued former governor and two non-partisan political analysts get to phrase questions to this pair that don't encourage the feel-good soundbite answer.
UVA professor Larry Sabato is on tonight's panel.
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IN Q=Well Beyer

((LARRY SABATO/U.VA. POLITICAL ANALYST: WELL BEYER HAS TO SCORE HEAVILY IN THAT DEBATE. IF THE ELECTION CONTINUES TO BE SIMPLY A STATUS QUO ELECTION AND CONTINUES BEING DULL AND BORING, PRODUCING A LOW TURNOUT, THEN GILMORE'S VERY LIKELY TO WIN. IF BEYER CAN GENERATE SOME REAL EXCITEMENT AND ALSO LAND SOME PUNCHES ON GILMORE THEN HE MIGHT HAVE A CHANCE TO GET THE ADDITIONAL SUPPORT THAT HE NEEDS TO GET A MAJORITY.))
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Sabato says debates are like NASCAR events, you go for the crashes...
But Keith, he also says Jim Gilmore's one careful candidate.
Double Boxes=Keith and Ellen/STARLINK


So keep your eye on Beyer. Q&A: And Doug Wilder has not endorsed a candidate in this race?
That's right Keith.
Wilder says he won't endorse anyone this week -- but Don Beyer's by NO means ensured of help from his somewhat critical former running mate.
LIVE=Ellen Full


Gilmore actually met with Wilder and made the case for cross-party-lines endorsement.
The only signal Wilder's given is an op-ed piece in the Richmond Times-Dispatch over the weekend where he writes that African Americans should look "with a jaundiced eye" at those who seek to completely dismantle affirmative action on college campuses.
That COULD be aimed at Jim Gilmore tonight. ***Take Pinnacle Page888
NEWS 7 will be carrying the debate live tonight from 8 to 10, and have a complete wrap-up in NEWS 7 at 11.
Double Boxes=Keith/Ellen



Fundraiser


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#97-61
GRAPHIC=NONE


Fundraising campaigns are in full swing for schools and organizations. But in light of the recent murder of an eleven year old new Jersey boy selling merchandise door to door, local communities are rethinking sending children out to collect money.
Tonya Flory explains.
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((Franklin County schools have had a policy prohibiting elementary school children from soliciting in door to door campaigns since the late 19-80s, but the practice sometimes continues because children are striving for the reward.
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((LEONARD GEREAU/SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT:THE PRIZE IDEA IS NOT A GOOD IDEA BUT IS USED IN MANY SCHOOLS AND UNFORTUNATELY PARENTS END UP WITH THAT RESPONSIBILITY))
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One of the most popular neighborhood sales is girl scouts with their cookies, but the local girl scout council says they do NOT offer prizes as an incentive to increase sell.
And both Girl and Boy scouts safety rules to follow.
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((STEVE WILBURN/BOY SCOUT DIRECTOR:DON'T GO IN ANYONE'S HOME THATS A STRANGER TO YOU, CERTAINLY WITH ANOTHER SCOUT, BUT EVEN WITH PARENTS IS OFTEN TIMES NOT SAFE))
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((THE TREND SEEMS TO BE MOVING AWAY FROM THE TRADITIONAL DOOR TO DOOR SALES HERE IN AREA SCHOOLS TO FUNDRAISERS HELD RIGHT HERE ON SCHOOL PROPERTY))
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((LEONARD GEREAU/FRANKLIN CO.:A CIRCUS OR YOU WOULD HAVE SOME KIND OF FIELD DAY PROGRAM OR OTHER ACTIVITY THAT PARENTS WOULD CARRY OUT ON SCHOOL GROUNDS AND WE HAVE A LOT OF THAT GOING ON))
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Still groups like the Boy Scouts say their annual popcorn sale is one of the best money making and self confidence boosting activities... inevitably, parents admit they're the ones who usually end up peddling the merchandise at the office.
Tonya Flory, News 7.))

L'burg-Ax


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-66
GRAPHIC=Accident


A tractor trailer wreck continues to block traffic along route 501 between Amherst and Rockbridge County.
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The accident happened around 3:15 just a few miles south of the Rockbridge County line.
The driver of the Burlington Express truck says a north-bound tractor had veered over the center line and forced him into the guardrail.
No one was injured in the crash, but authorities are still working to remove the damaged tractor trailer.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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Still to come on the broadcast, starting tomorrow it could cost more to make a call from a pay phone,
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and we'll tell you why a local prosecutor is refusing to handle some misdemeanor cases.
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Wythe-Prosecutor


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-65
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Wythe County General District Court is a lot different these days.
That's because the Commonwealth's Attorney is refusing to handle a portion of the county's misdemeanor cases.
Teresa Hamilton reports.
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(( The state compensation board pays Tommy Baird about 44- thousand dollars a year-- as part time prosecutor.
It also pays for an assistant and a secretary.
A county grant also provides another part time assistant-- but Baird says it's NOT enough-- and the interstate is to blame.
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((TOMMY BAIRD/WYTHE CO. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTY.:SPEEDING, DUI'S, HABITUAL OFFENDERS, DRIVING ON A REVOKED LICENSE.))
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Baird says to keep up, he's had to pay assistants out of his pocket, to the tune of more than 20- thousand dollars.
And, unless the county cuts him a check-- Baird says his office won't prosecute certain misdemeanor cases.
These are state offenses-- cases that include "driving under the influence" and assault and battery.
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IN Q=The officers

((TOMMY BAIRD/WYTHE CO. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTY.:THE OFFICERS HAVE NO ONE TO PRESENT THEIR CASE ON THEIR BEHALF AND THE JUDGE HAS TO REMAIN IMPARTIAL, HE CAN'T PROSECUTE THE CASES, AND, IT'S GOING TO BE DIFFICULT UNLESS THE MATTER IS RESOLVED. ))
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Baird is still prosecuting misdemeanor cases considered "county offenses". That's because the county pays him-- 50 dollars per case. TAKE SU
Sheriff Wayne Pike and County Administrator Cellell Dalton refused to comment on camera but will probably have plenty to say when the County Board of Supervisors meets Tuesday night at Sheffey Elementary.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Wytheville.))

Pay-phones


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-58
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If you keep a quarter in your pocket in case you need to make a phone call, you might come up short.
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As of tomorrow, pay telephone owners can charge what ever they want for a local call, and limit how much time you get for your money.
Up till now, the State Corperation limited the cost of a pay phone call to 25 cents for unlimited time.
But last year, congress stripped the states of their authority to regulate pay phone prices.
Virginia fought back in court, and lost, so tomorrow the SCC will give up control of the phones.
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City-Council


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-63
GRAPHIC=City Council


A year after controversy stalled improvements to Henry Street, redevelopment of the area is moving forward again.
Joe Dashiell reports a new group, a new consultant, and a new attitude appear to be making a difference.
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((Henry Street is as empty as ever, but there is hope that the detours and delays are over.
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((CLAUDIA WHITWORTH/ROANOKE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION: AND WE'RE JUST OVERJOYED BY COUNCIL'S UNANIMOUS VOTE OF CONFIDENCE TODAY AND WE THINK EVERYBODY'S GOING TO BE PROUD OF THIS DAY.))
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City council approved an agreement with the Roanoke Neighborhood Development Corporation, a new group that will spearhead Henry Street improvements.
And South Carolina consultant F- A Johnson appears to have succeeded where others have failed... bringing together Gainsboro residents, city officials and other community leaders.
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((F.A. JOHNSON/MANAGING CONSULTANT: THE KEY FOR GETTING A DEVELOPMENT GOING IN A NEIGHBORHOOD OR A COMMERCIAL STRIP LIKE THAT IS TO START FROM SCRATCH WITH THE COMMUNITY.))
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First Union Corporation has contributed 10-thousand dollars. The city is re- allocating close to 150- thousand from Community Development funds that were previously earmarked for Henry Street.
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((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: WE'VE TALKED ABOUT IT AND TALKED ABOUT IT AND TALKED ABOUT HENRY STREET AND EVERYBODY, INCLUDING THE FOLKS HERE AND THE MEMBERS OF COUNCIL ARE READY TO MOVE.))
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Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
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Falling interest rates on the bond market pushed the stock market to record levels today. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
The DOW rose nearly 62 points, closing just above the 81-hundred mark.
NASDAQ gained gained another six to close at 17-hundred-22.
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Promisekeepers


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tja
TAPE#97-55
GRAPHIC=NONE


Fresh from the Promise Keeper's rally in Washington, many of the men are saying they're eager to start using what they learned.
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((MARK ELLIS/ATTENDED PROMISE KEEPERS RALLY/ THE PURPOSE WAS TO GO AND TAKE REALLY A LOOK AT OUR LIVES FIRST OF ALL TO SEE HOW WE MEASURE UP TO GOD'S STANDARDS, HIS WORD, WHAT HE TELLS US TO DO LIVING ACCORDING TO HIS STANDARDS. HOW WE ARE TREATING OUR FAMILIES, TO REALLY BE MEN OF INTEGRITY. ))
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They insist they're NOT teaching male dominance over women.
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((MARK ELLIS/ATTENDED PROMISE KEEPERS RALLY/ OUR JOB IS NOT TO LOWER WOMEN IN THEIR STATUS GOD SAID IN GENESIS," HE NEEDED TO MAKE A HELPER COMPARABLE TO MAN". WE ARE NOT TRYING TO PUT WOMEN DOWN AT ALL THAT IS NOT THE PURPOSE OF PROMISE KEEPERS. ))
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They say their purpose is to instill equality in their marriage, and with others in their lives.
While they have several small rallies each year, the next big rally will be in the year 2000.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
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Coming your way tonight on News 7 sports, the Yanks and Indians get set to wrap up their divisional playoff tonight.
The Express camp rolls on, UVa is big on Brooks this week.
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And we'll talk with former Virginia tailback Terry Kirby about life in the NFL, right after this quick break.
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S-UVa


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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The Virginia Cavaliers are feeling much better about themselves this Monday than they were just a week ago at this time.
It's amazing what a win will do for you.
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And it's amazing how a good game can silence the critics.
Much maligned junior quarterback Aaron Brooks had his best game of the season, completing 17 of 20 passes for 183 yards and a touchdown.
Plus, he ran in the eventual game winning score.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=Virginia Football


Brooks will need another big day this Saturday as the Cavaliers hit the road to battle Clemson in Death Valley in a six o'clock kickoff.

S-Kirby


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=CP97-1
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After taking control of the NFC West last week with a win over the Panthers, the 49ers had yesterday off.
Tonight, Steve Mason gets us caught up with with former UVa star Terry Kirby, who in his fifth year in the NFL is still searching to find his place in the league.
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((Terry Kirby has yet to strike gold with the 49ers. The former Virginia star is still a back up holding firmly to a positive attitude. ((:)) ((:))
In 1996; George Seifert's reasoning for keeping Kirby ready but relegated to the sideline was to learn the complicated west coast offense.
But before his second season; Niner ownership sent Kirby a message when Garrison Hearst was signed;. Hearst has earned the starting job. Against Carolina; he scored a touchdown and rushed for 141 yards. ((:))
Kirby is doing what he's supposed to; run the ball hard when called upon. Terry averaged over five yards a carry and scored a touchdown in the Panther game. He's even come to grips with the positives of not being the man. ((:))
Kirby and Hearst have helped the niners amass five rushing TD's and a 123 yard average through five games. Steve Mason News 7 sports.))
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ICE-98
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The Roanoke Express's intense and concentrated training camp continued today at the Roundhouse.
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Head coach Frank Anzalone is not only trying to evaluate all the talent he has in camp, but he's also trying to get his team ready to play its first exhibition game on Thursday.
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ANCHOR=Mike
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Tomorrow night at 6:30 the Express will hold an intrasquad scrimmage at the Roundhouse that is open to the public.

S-MLB


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-8
GRAPHIC=YANKEES/INDIANS


The New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians will decide their divisional playoff tonight in Jacob's Field.
The Indians will send 21 year old Jaret Wright to the mound against 18 game winner Andy Pettitte.
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Global-Warming


ANCHOR=******Robin*****
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=afr
TAPE#97-64
GRAPHIC=NONE


Today President Clinton held his third Global Climate Change meeting in three weeks.
Clinton is proposing an international treaty to reduce energy use.
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He says it's a neccesary step to reduce global warming.
But many business leaders and scientists say the President is rushing in too soon.
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((MYRON BELL/FRONTIERS OF FREEDOM INSTITUTE: IF WE DON'T HAVE A REAL CRISIS, AND THE SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE DOES NOT SUPPORT THE EVIDENCE THAT WE DO, WE SURELY SHOULD NOT BE WASTING OUR RESOURCES AND HURTING OUR ECONOMY BY RESPONDING TO A THREAT THAT DOES NOT EXIST.))
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13-hundred businesses signed a petition in today's Washington Post, asking Clinton not to sign the U-N treaty.
They say Americans are only hearing one side of the greenhouse warming issue.
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((JOHNATHAN ADLER/AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE: THEY'RE NOT GOING TO HEAR ABOUT THE PRICES OF CONSUMER GOODS, AND THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE. THE REALITY IS, THE MORE WE LEARN, THE MORE WE REALIZE WE HAVE MORE TO FEAR FROM GLOBAL WARMING POLICY THAN FROM GLOBAL WARMING ITSELF. )) ((PRESIDENT CLINTON: MY HOPE IS THAT WE WILL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS FORUM TO TALK WITH EACHOTHER RATHER THAN PAST EACHOTHER.))
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The Bedford County School System has come under scrutiny over the past year.
It is experiencing funding shortages, and overcrowding in county schools.
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Jean Jadhon is in the newsroom--
Jean after a summer off, it sounds like the school board is back at work.
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The work is back on.
Three school board seats are up for election this fall.
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And parents and teachers hope this is the year the school system's budget gets straightened out.
Tonight-- the first debate among school board candidates takes place at Staunton River High School.
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We'll have the story, plus all the latest news, weather, and sports tonight on News 7 at 11--Keith?
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