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Coming up-
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Pink slips for two hundred workers- after word a Roanoke company is closing.
An accident tonight on Yellow Mountain Road- but the car ends up on route 220.
Hurricane Pauline pounds on Acapulco- killing more than one hundred.
And reaction to Dean Smith's big announcement.
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News 7 is next.

Newsbreak


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Good Evening. A Roanoke County fiberoptics plant
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;

closed it's doors this morning leaving 215 people without jobs. Alcatel workers got pink slips in their paychecks. The final shutdown is scheduled for completion early next year.
SUPER=03-Acapulco, Mexico;


119 people are now dead- from Hurricane Pauline. The storm battered the resort area of Acapulco.
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And musician Bruce Hornsby is in the Roanoke Valley.
We'll talk to him.
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Plus Charlotte prepares for the Rolling stones, Blues traveller and 50 thousand fans.
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ANCHOR=Jean


Join us for News 7 at Eleven.

Accident


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One person was seriously injured in a single vehicle accident tonight.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


The accident occured shortly before nine on Yellow Mountain Road in Roanoke County.
The driver lost control of his vehicle and drove over the embankment.
The car then became airborne and landed on Route 220 North.
Police have not released the driver's name, but his injuries appear to be serious.
Traffic was blocked on 220 for over two hours.
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Alcatel


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A Roanoke County fiberoptics plant closed it's doors this morning leaving 215 people without jobs.
Alcatel gave its workers pink slips today with their paychecks.
As Tonya Flory reports laid off employees are now waiting for news from the company on where they go from here.
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((Union workers waited outside of their headquarters to hear word on the status of their employment with the Roanoke fiberoptics plant.
A 2 o'clock meeting was cancelled and union management is not talking...
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but some union members are speaking up.
Veteran plant worker David Brinkley says employees had suspicions about the shut down...
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((DAVID BRINKLEY:THEY BUILT A PLANT DOWN IN CLAREMONT, NORTH CAROLINA ABOUT SEVEN YEARS AGO AND EVERYBODY KNEW THAT THIS JOB WOULD COME TO AN END SOONER OR LATER EVEN THOUGH NOBODY WANTED IT TO))
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Alcatel management has issued this statement saying...

The sticking point with the union is who will work through the December 31st deadline.
Employees get paid either way, but there is a catch...
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((DAVID BRINKLEY:WE HAVE A SEVERANCE PACKAGE IN OUR CONTRACT WHICH OUR...YOU MIGHT LOOSE YOUR SEVERANCE PACKAGE.))
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The final shutdown is scheduled to be complete by early 19-98...the plant will run on limited operation until December 11 of this year.
Alcatel is also ofering certain employees the opportunity to apply for current openings at it's other facilities.
Tonya Flory, News 7.))

Pauline


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118 people are dead- after Hurricane Pauline churned up the Mexican coast.
Bill Whitaker has more.
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((Screaming with winds up to 115 miles per hour, Hurricane Pauline stormed ashore just south of Acapulco early this morning...sweeping away houses, tourist spots, almost anything that stood in her way. Towering waves pounded the shoreline, carving up world reknown beaches. Pauline s torrential rains inundated the southwest Mexican coast. The deluge turned Acapulco streets in to churning, muddy rivers, washing away houses, piling up cars like so much junk. Dozens of people are reported dead or missing. Bodies littered the streets of this resort city. WTN photographer Homero Nava, who shot these pictures, almost was swept away himself.
HOMERO NAVA/PHOTOGRAPHER: THE WATER CAME WITH UNBELIEVABLE FORCE AND DESTROYED EVERYTHING IT ENCOUNTERED. THE MAIN ROADS ARE TOTALLY CUT. BILL WHITAKER CBS NEWS, LOS ANGELES.))

TX-Flooding


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Heavy rain is pounding down on parts of Texas.
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SUPER=03-Corpus Christi, TX;


That's caused flooding in Corpus Christi-
People were out pushing or towing their cars.
Some vehicles were entirely submerged.
Police say most of the main thoroughfares are flooded.
Many folks are asked to stay at home-
Neither sleet nor snow nor dark of night- nor FLOODING kept this mail man from his route.
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Henry-Murder


ANCHOR=Jean
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A Martinsville man is behind bars accused of an early morning murder.
Police say 24-year old James Antonio Hodge shot and killed Elmer Ray Hagwood shortly after midnight.
22-year old Hagwood was found dead on a street in Bassett.
Hodge is also charged with shooting 37-year old Harold Taylor in the arm.

Smith


ANCHOR=Keith
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He says he's NOT a "pimp," but the judge sent William H. Smith, the Second, to jail this afternoon for "procuring."
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/April


Smith worked at Shooters-44, a Williamson Road lingerie shop with LIVE models.
One night in April, a pair of undercover detectives got Smith to set up a meeting with two of the models at a nearby motel.
It was going to cost them 325 dollars for an hour with the women.
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((DENNIS NAGEL/PROSECUTOR: THE ESTABLISHMENT WAS BEING INVESTIGATED BECAUSE IT WAS BELIEVED TO BE A FRONT FOR PROSTITUTION, AND THAT'S WHAT THE DETECTIVES FOUND ON THAT NIGHT.))
SUPER=01-Dennis Nagel/Prosecutor
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SMITH's lawyer says the vice squad officers shortchanged him on the 325 dollars- -and that Smith was too busy counting the cash to be careful about what else was happening.
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((HE WAS DISTRACTED BY THE MONEY. HE WASN'T PAYING ATTENTION AT ALL. HE SAW THAT GREEN AND HE WAS MOST DISTRACTED. I'M NOT SAYING IT WAS A SET-UP. I'M SAYING HE EXERCISED VERY POOR JUDGMENT.))
SUPER=01-Eric Spencer/Smith's Attorney
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OUT Q=very poor judgment.
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Spencer believes the judge may have been influenced by last week's jury verdict in the obscenity case against a local strip joint.
SUPER=@file


Judge Clifford Weckstein sentenced Smith to one year in jail and fined him 17-hundred dollars.
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Toss-2-Robin


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Time for our first check on with weather with Robin Reed.

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SOFT MUSIC
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Coming up after this break, minority groups says it would like to see one bank invest more in their community,
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and members say its hard to forgive and forget when their church is closed.
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Church-Closing


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It's been almost two months, but members of a small church in Bland County are unwilling to turn the other cheek.
They're protesting the closing of the church that's been a cornerstone of their community since 1956.
Stacey Martin has more.
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((FAYE BURTON/FORMER CHURCH MEMBER: HE WAS THERE FOR US ALL TIMES UNTIL HE GOT KILLED AND THAT'S MY MEMORY OF THE CHURCH OF GOD HERE.))
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Faye Burton and other former members of the Wilderness Creek Church of God remember their former pastors, the singing, and Sunday services well.
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But, those are memories. A few months ago the church was closed, but USE SHOT OF WREATH the scattered flock is not yet ready to forgive or forget and is still mourning its loss.
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((ELAINE COX/FORMER CHURCH MEMBER: WE'VE HAD ABOUT FIVE DEATHS IN THIS LITTLE CHURCH HERE OF PEOPLE AND FAMILIES. THIS FELT LIKE ANOTHER DEATH.))
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pre-pro
The State Overseer for the Church of God, Reverend Keith Gunter said he closed it because of its low, inactive membership. pre-pro
But, members point to reports such as this one which shows many other congregations with numbers less than theirs.
Two weeks ago church officials called a meeting to talk about the future of the church.
But it was cancelled after the sudden death of a church official.
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((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING:EVEN IF THE WILDERNESS CREEK CHURCH OF GOD DOES RE-OPEN, MANY OF ITS FORMER MEMBERS SAY THEY WON'T BE COMING BACK BECAUSE OF THE PAINFUL MEMORIES SURROUNDING ITS CLOSING. STACEY MARTIN, NEW 7, BLAND COUNTY.))
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Reinvestment


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A coalition of community groups is challenging First Union's plan to acquire Signet Bank.
Today in Roanoke, the group said First Union has failed to meet its obligations to low income and minority consumers.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Roanoke Community Reinvestment Coalition includes members of the N-Double A-C-P, the Baptist Ministers Conference, and other neighborhood groups.
The coalition alleges discrimination in lending practices, and fears that more neighborhood branches will close.
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IN Q=The larger it gets

((MARTIN JEFFREY/COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT COALITION: THE LARGER IT GETS, THE LESS ACCESS WE HAVE. THE LARGER IT GETS, THE LESS INPUT WE HAVE IN TERMS OF POLICIES.)) ((AMAZETTA ANDERSON/COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT COALITION: WE WANT THE PUBLIC TO LOOK AT IT AND SEE, HAS FIRST UNION BEEN GOOD ENOUGH TO YOU? ARE YOU ATISFIED? AND IF YOU'RE NOT, YOU NEED TO LOOK AT THE FACTS AND SAY, WE'RE NOT HAPPY.))
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SUPER=01-Amazetta Anderson/Community Reinvestment Coalition;
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A spokesman for First Union says the bank has extended billions of dollars of loans in low and moderate income communities.
He says First Union is proud of a Community Reinvestment Program that serves as a model for other banks.

Reno


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Attorney General Janet Reno is angry-
The reason- Videotapes of those White House coffees with big campaign donors-
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Reno says ever since the suprise sabotage with the video- relations with the White House have been strained.
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((JANET RENO/ATTORNEY GENERAL: I WAS MAD. IT IS VERY FRUSTRATING TO HAVE THEM PRODUCED IN SUCH A DELAYED FASHION. I ALSO THOUGHT WE SHOULD HAVE BEEN TOLD AS SOON AS THEY WERE FOUND.))
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OUT Q=as they were found.
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Now White House lawyers have found at least one hundred more tapes.
The senate committee invesgating the fund raising is demanding the new tapes now.
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Still to come on the newscast, Lynchburg kicks off its Italian Festival,
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and singer-songwriter Bruce Hornsby has high praise for the Roanoke Synphony Orchestra.
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Hornsby


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If it's THURSDAY it must be Salem.
That's how Bruce HOrnsby can tell where he is.
The hectic schedule that carried Hornsby from Richmond to San Diego for a Wednesday appearance, brought him back to the Roanoke Valley this afternoon.
The reason he caught the redeye... tonight's sold out concert with the Roanoke Symphony.
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((BRUCE HORNSBY: WE'VE PLAYED WITH THREE OTHER ORCHESTRAS AND THIS ONE'S THE BEST THAT WE'VE PLAYED WITH. I HOPE THE PEOPLE OF ROANOKE REALIZE WHAT THEY HAVE HERE, BECAUSE THIS SYMPHONY IS REALLY SOMETHING.))
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SUPER=03-Salem;


With five albums behind him and three grammys on the shelf, Bruce Hornsby has collaborated with musicians of every stripe.
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(( ))
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The Williamsburg native says he enjoys the opportunity to play with an orchestra, and hear the sound that only a symphony can create.
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IN Q=Awesome is an overused word

((AWESOME IS AN OVERUSED WORD, BUT IT REALLY WORKS IN THIS CASE BECAUSE WHEN THAT BIG SONORITY, THAT BIG BEAUTIFUL STRING SOUND COMES IN IT'S GORGEOUS. I HAD CHILLS LOTS OF TIME PLAYING UP THERE.))
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Hornsby is now working on his sixth album... but fans will have to wait a little longer. It isn't due until sometime next year.

Italian-Festival


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The second annual Italian Festival got underway earlier tonight along Lynchburg's riverfront.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg


Hundreds of people turned out for the first night of the four- day event.
It features carnival rides, a midway, live entertainment and a wide variety of Italian foods and dishes.
Last year's festival was nearly wiped out by Hurricane Fran, and organizers say they'll need some big crowds to break even this time.
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((MIKE BUSCEMI/SONS OF ITALY: BOTTOM LINE IS PAYING BACK EVERYBODY FROM LAST YEAR. THAT'S WHAT THE BOTTOM LINE IS. WHAT WE'RE LOOKING TO DO IS JUST GET OUT OF LAST YEAR AND COVER THIS YEAR AND THEN WE'RE JUST GOING TO TAKE ANOTHER LOOK AT IT AND SEE WHAT WE WANT TO DO NEXT YEAR.))
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OUT Q=do next year.
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City officials say events like the Italian Festival are helping to revitalize the downtown area.
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((STEVIE DOVEL/LYNCHBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: WE'RE SO GLAD TO HAVE EVERYBODY COME DOWN AND SEE THE RIVERFRONT, IT HELPS EVERYBODY KNOW WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO IN DOWNTOWN LYNCHBURG, YES.))
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The Sons of Italy is hoping to raise enough money to build a new chapter lodge.
The festival runs through Sunday night.
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Forecasts
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S-Extra


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Dean Smith retires and turns the Carolina basketball program over to his long time assistant and the Lady Vikings of Northside opened the schools new gym tonight
But in our extra point tonight
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The season is over for the Florida Marlins top pitcher Alex Fernandez.
Fernandez will miss the rest of the National League series because of a torn Rotator cuff. The injury is serious enough that he might not play next year.
More sports in a moment.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, We'll take a look at the 15 games we will cover this week on Friday Football Extra the Indians and Orioles hook up in game two of the American League Championship series and Mike Stevens will introduce you to a high school basketball player from
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Russia who play his college ball for Ron Bradley at Radford university.
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S-Girls


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
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The Lady Vikings of Northside opened their new Gym last night by beating The Lady Cavaliers of Lord Botetourt.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Vikings vs Cavaliers; :


The new 23-hundred seat facility was sparkling as Northside hosted Lord Botetourt.
Northside would take the early lead going inside to Cyrstal Barrett who scores the easy put back.
But the Lady Cavaliers come right back as Kim Daughtery takes the ball coast to coast and scores trimming the Lady Viking lead.
Northside again works the inside SUPER=34-Northside/42/Botetourt/26/;

this time Barrett misses and rebounds her own shot to score and the Lady Vikings win it 42 to 26.
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Floyd County, Blacksburg and Fort Chiswell also won last night.

S-Smith


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An era of North Carolina basketball ended yesterday as Dean smith retired and handed over the program to his long time assistant Bill Guthridge.
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SUPER=03-Chapel Hill, NC; :


Smith ended the Rumors yesterday at a news conference announcing his retirement.
The 66 year old Smith has coached the Tar Heels for 36 years and he's the winningest coach in College basketball history.
Smith said his health is good and he's leaving with not disputes or disagreements with the school.
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((DEAN SMITH/RETIRES AS CAROLINA HEAD COACH: ))
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Guthridge has been on the sideline with Dean for 31 of those 36 years. Dean recommended Guthridge as his successor and the School followed through.
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((BILL GUTHRIDGE/NEW UNC HEAD BASKETBALL COACH: ))
SUPER=01-Bill Guthridge/New UNC Head Basketball Coach; :
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OUT Q=..........I SHOULD TAKE."
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S-Players


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-18
GRAPHIC=Dean Smith


Smith coached 30 all americans at North Carolina and the former players remember Dean as being more than just a basketball coach.
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SUPER=01-James Worthy/Former Carolina Player; :00
SUPER=01-Sam Perkins/Former Carolina Player; :13
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That's it for Sports, Have a great day everybody,

S-Andre


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WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-13
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Back in the summer more than a few Roanokers were caught craning their necks upward to check out a soft spoken Russian teenager who was hanging out in the valley.
But then as fast he appeared - he was gone.
Mike Stevens tells us where he went.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00
SUPER=01-Phil Miron/Andre's American Host; :11
SUPER=01-Andre Savtchenko/Russian Exchange Student; :36
SUPER=03-St. Petersburg, Russia; 1:45
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OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."
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(( Andre Savtchenko is the six foot eleven inch foreign exchange student who almost ended up at Cave Spring dunking in the Roanoke Valley district. ((PHIL MIRON/ANDRE'S AMERICAN HOST:))
Myron who will be an assistant JV coach at Cave this Winter tried hard make it work, but Some restrictions in the county's foreign exchange program kept Andre from becoming a Knight. But his decision not to stay had nothing to do with his grades - especially his Math marks. ((ANDRE SAVTCHENKO/RUSSIAN EXCHANGE STUDENT:))
Andre is now making those grades at Blue Ridge school outside of Charlottesville in the small town of Dyke. ((PHIL MIRON:))
And Andre isn't afraid to mix it up. ((ANDRE:))
Next year Andre will bring his game back to southwest Virginia. He already has verbally committed to play his college basketball at Radford University. ((ANDRE:)) ((PHIL:))
Andre could have picked a college in a bigger cit, but when you've grown up in St. Petersburg, Russia where there are 4 million people and almost as many ornate buildings, a home in the dome sounds rather nice. Mike Stevens News 7 sports.))

S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-10
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Baltimore and Cleveland resumed the American League Championship Series tonight at Camden Yard.
The Indians would get on the board in the top of the first Manny Ramirez sent a Jimmy Key pitch over the centerfield wall for a two run homer to make it 2 to nothing Cleveland.
But the Orioles got it back in the bottom of the second. Cal Ripken goes down and gets the low pitch smoking it over the left field wall to tie it at 2 to 2.
Right now Cleveland has taken a 5-to-4 lead in the 8th after Marquis Grissom hit a three run home run.

S-FFE


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11PM
WRITER=Roy
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This is week seven of Friday Football Extra and here's a look at the 15 games we will cover tomorrow night.
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Stones


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WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
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The countdown is on-
The Rolling sones will start up the crowd in Charlotte tomorrow night.
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SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC;


The rock and roll band will play for 50 thousand fans at Ericcson stadium.
So far 450 tons of steel have been brought in along with 150 workers, and three tractor trailers with generators to power the band-
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((ANYTIME YOU HAVE AN EVENT DURING FOOTBALL SEASON WE TAKE SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS TO PROTECT THE FIELD. BUT WE'RE HAPPY WITH IT. WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO DO SOME REPLACEMENTS IT SHOULD BE OK.))
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SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC/1972;


The Stones last visit to Charlotte was 25 years ago in 1972.
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Blues


ANCHOR=Jean
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WRITER=tbr
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Wynton Marsalis is in the Old Dominion.
The only man to win a Pulitzer Prize for music is teaching a group of Richmond school kids how to sing the blues... for fun.
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