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News-Heads

ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#
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Straight ahead on news 7 at Eleven-
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A Pulaski football player dies tonight after playing a game in Roanoke.
Fans remember a singer and environmentalist with a serenade of their own.
And, a Gretna plant is re-opening and welcoming back some of its old workers.
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News 7 is next.

Roanoke-Fire


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#=97-62
GRAPHIC=Fatal Fire


A Roanoke man is dead after being trapped in a burning house this morning on 13th Street.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Rescue workers held a relative down to prevent him from rushing into the fire.
Witnesses say he was trying to save the person trapped in the house at 17-21 13th street.
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SOT12:36:39
IN Q=All he said

((ALL HE SAID WAS HIS FRIEND WAS IN THERE, HIS FRIEND WSS IN THERE. IT WSA ENGULFED...IT STARTED POPPING AND THAT'S WHEN WE BOTH WE SAID WE GOT TO GET BACK))
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=get back
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Firefighters say the victim was in his mid 30s...but are not releasing a name at this time.
The medical examiner will perform an autopsy on the body tomorrow morning.
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Sport-Util


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#=NETD
GRAPHIC=none


If you own a sport utility vehicle- it's possible your insurance rates could go up.
The insurance industry is reviewing rates-
Anthony Mason tells us why.
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IN Q=Here's what hapened
RUNS=1:39
OUT Q=New York.

((Here's what happened when the british transport authority ran a sport utility vehicle at a small car. no contest. At america's highway loss data institute they say there's a mismatch on the roads and it means higher insurance rates for car owners.
While the bigger sports utility vehicles, like the ford expedition and the chevy suburban suffer on average 31% less damage in collisions, they inflict 72% more damage than the average car.
But that doesn't mean suv owners pay higher insurance rates. While collision rates are based on the make and model you own, liability rates, the amount you pay when you hit another vehicle, are not. some in the industry are asking for a reappraisal:
HAZELBAKER: SOME VEHICLES LIKE SMALLER PASSENGER CARS ARE UNDERWRITING DAMAGE DONE BY LARGE UTILITY VEHICLES'
When Farmers insurance started selling policies in Pennsylvania recently, they added a 5% premium to suv owners in that state. but they have not changed their policy in the 29 other states they cover:
DIANE TASAKA/FARMER'S INSURANCE: IN THE NEAR TERM, EXCEPT FOR PENNSYLVANIA, FARMERS IS NOT PLANNING TO INCREASE RATES ON SPORTS UTILITY VEHICLES.
Other major insurers say they're studying the situation. in the meantime more and more Americans are buying S.U.V.s.
IT SEEMS LIKE ABOUT EVERY OTHER NEIGHBOR HAS ONE.
But those car drivers in the middle may be paying for it. Anthony Mason, CBS News. New York.))

First-Union


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#=97-64
GRAPHIC=First Union/Signet Merger


A local group fighting the merger of First Union and Signet Banks isn't dropping its opposition.
The Federal Reserve Board has approved the deal, but the Roanoke Community Reinvestment Coalition plans to take its complaint to other federal regulators.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The coalition says First Union has failed to meet its obligations to minority and low- income consumers.
Members say the acquisition of Signet will only make the situation worse.
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SOT 02:18:49
IN Q=What we are looking for

(( ))
SUPER=01-Martin Jeffrey/Community Reinvestment Coalition;
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OUT Q=looking to do.
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VO-NAT


Members of the coalition are scheduled to meet with bank executives.
First Union officials say they are proud of a community reinvestment program that serves as a model for the banking industry.
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Signet


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#=97-71
GRAPHIC=Signet


In another banking matter, a Norch Carolina bank is taking over 15 Signet branches in western and southside Virginia.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Signet branches will become part of First Citizens Bank early next year.
Customers shouldn't notice many changes, though.
First Citizens said everyone's Signet account will be automatically transferred.
And, all current Signet employees will stay on the job.
First Citizens says it will HIRE 67 NEW workers after the acquisition.
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Beyer-Ads


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-73
GRAPHIC=Don Beyer


The political operatives are spinning tonight over the campaign of Democrat Don Beyer.
For the last two weeks, the Beyer campaign has been scaling back TV advertising across the state.
On this station, Beyer has cancelled from 16 to 42- percent of the time he bought each week in the month of October.
This week, Jim Gilmore INCREASED his media buys.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


But a spokesman for Jim Gilmore says the Beyer cancellations are the sign of "a desperate campaign, running out of money and ideas."
"NOT true" says Beyer's spokeswoman, Page Boinest.
She says they simply re-evaluated their TV needs.
Despite the changes, the bottom line is that when Gilmore bought more time and Beyer gave some up -- they ended up with roughly the same size buy on this station ... because Gilmore had initially purchased far less TV time than Beyer.
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TALENT=Jean
SS=none


And have NO fear, In the final few days before the election BOTH campaigns have drastically increased their ad buys for the final push in a very close race. toss-2-robin
(toss to robin)
(robin reed is next)

Tease#1



ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11

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He took his fans on a kind of natural high with his songs about springtime rain and the Colorado Rockies.
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And, crowds remembered him today with their own musical tributes.
We'll tell you about who they were honoring when News 7 at Eleven continues.

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Sports-Budget


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=mfe
TAPE#=97-
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Earlier this week Roanoke School superintendent Wayne Harris suggested cutting some sports programs at William Fleming and Patrick Henry High schools.
Raising some concerns among students and parents.
Intern Reporter Matt Feret has more. THERE IS AN ANCHOR TAG ON THIS!!!!

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IN Q=Homecoming at William
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=01-Mark Booth/Fleming Fan; :24
SUPER=01-Dorothy Lavender/Booster Club; :48
SUPER=19-Matt Feret; :59
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OUT Q=MF, NEWS 7.


((Homecoming at William Fleming drew a big crowd-- maybe the largest in some time.
That's good news for the city's school budget as poor attendance at football games gets partial blame for an 84-thousand dollar athletic deficit. One option is to eliminate some non-revenue producing sports such as tennis and volleyball to save money. But one Fleming fan would rather see the money come from somewhere else.
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SOT 06:56:54
IN Q=Sponsor a bingo

((MARK BOOTH/FLEMING FAN: SPONSOR A BINGO THING, YOU KNOW. COLLECT MONEY THAT WAY. AH, SELL RAFFLE TICKETS.))
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OUT Q=raffle tickets.


And even though the Colonels have had a terrific year, ticket sales are still low. Could a move from victory stadium prompt more people to come and watch?
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SOT 06:57:13
IN Q=I think that

((MARK BOOTH/FLEMING FAN: I THINK FLEMING SHOULD HAVE THEIR OWN STADIUM. I THINK IT REALLY WOULD HELP. ))
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OUT Q=would help.


Boosters president Dorothy Lavender feels the CITY needs to get its act together.
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SOT 07:05:28
IN Q=I think the

((DOROTHY LAVENDER/BOOSTER CLUB: I THINK THE COMMUNITY NEEDS TO GET INVOLVED AND SPEAK UP AND THE PARENTS AND ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUBS NEED TO GET TOGETHER, BECAUSE WE CAN RAISE ONLY SO MUCH MONEY. BUT WE CANT RAISE ENOUGH TO TAKE CARE OF EVERYTHING THAT THEY'RE ASKING US TO DO.))
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OUT Q=asking us to do.


Roanoke City school board members are asking for community input-- and say that dropping certain programs is only ONE option the board is considering.
Matt Feret, News 7.))
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ANCHOR=Jean
SS=none


The interviews for this story were recorded tonight BEFORE the fans learned of the death of the Pulaski football player.
Officials responded to the tragedy by postponing this weekend's Fleming homecoming dance.

Craddock-Terry


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tte
TAPE#=97-69
GRAPHIC=none


Workers are welcome once again at a shoe plant that previously gave many of them the boot.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Gretna;


Capps Shoe Company is moving into this plant to make military shoes.
It's rehiring about 100 people who lost their jobs when the former plant owner, Craddock-Terry, went bankrupt.
That does NOT include the people who made women's shoes.
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SOT 19:01:59
IN Q=We're going to call back as many

((JUDY EDWARDS/SECRETARY: WE'RE GOING TO CALL BACK AS MANY EMPLOYEES AS WE CAN. WE'RE GOING TO START OUT DOING THE MILITARY SHOES SO WE'RE CALLING BACK AS MANY OF 'EM THAT DEALT WITH WORKING ON THE MILITARY SHOE.))
SUPER=01-Judy Edwards/Secretary
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OUT Q=working on the military shoe
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Plant workers say now they can pay their bills again.
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SOT 19:09:49
IN Q=We didn't really think

((WE DIDN'T REALLY THINK THEY'D OPEN BACK UP WHEN THEY SHUT DOWN. IT WAS REALLY A BIG SURPRISE WHEN WE FOUND OUT SOMEONE WAS INTERESTED IN BUYING THE PLACE. TO GET IT BACK UP AS QUICK AS THEY HAVE, IT'S BEEN A BIG TURNAROUND.))
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OUT Q=turnaround
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VO-NAT


Shoemaking starts on Monday.
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Dudley-Harkins


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#97-63
GRAPHIC=Campaign 97

**Note Anchor Tag**
Next month people will go to the polls to cast their votes in the race for the 9th district house of delegates.
Many of them will be looking for a candidate who can relate to them.
Tonya Flory has this story.
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IN Q=Mary Harkins
SUPER=01-Mary Harkins/(D)-Candidate for Delegate; :10
SUPER=01-Del. Allen Dudley/(R)-Franklin Co. ;:27
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OUT Q=News 7.


((Mary Harkins is a lawyer from Wheeling West Virginia. She grew up on a small cattle field and came from humble beginnings, but made her way to Duke University.
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IN Q=I left home

((MARY HARKINS:I LEFT HOME WITH ABOUT 600 DOLLARS I'D SAVED FROM AN AFTER SCHOOL JOB AT KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN, NOT KNOWING HOW FAR THAT WOULD REALLY TAKE ME))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=really take me

so far it's taken her to Hardy where she's lived since 19-93. The incumbent Allen Dudley is a native...born and raised in Franklin County...
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SOT 14:21:20
IN Q=I know the

((ALLEN DUDLEY:I KNOW THE DISTRICT, I KNOW THE PEOPLE, I KNOW THE AREA, I GREW UP ON A FARM AND WE'RE VERY MUCH STILL AGRICULTURAL IN THIS DISTRICT))
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OUT Q=in this district

This is Harkins first run for political office. She says she's the approachable, hard working candidate and dedicated to the community.
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IN Q=I've pledged

((MARY HARKINS:I'VE PLEDGED TO HOLD TOWN MEETINGS AROUND THE DISTRICT AT LEAST EVERY OTHER MONTH SO THAT HARD WORKING PEOPLE CAN COME AND TALK TO ME AFTER HOURS))
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OUT Q=after hours
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SOT 14:25:09
IN Q=We've had town meetings

((ALLEN DUDLEY:WE'VE HAD TOWN MEETINGS. USUALLY ATTENDANCE IS NOT VERY WELL AT THAT AND I'VE TRIED TO BE SO ACCESSIBLE TO PEOPLE THAT YOU DON'T REALLY HAVE TO HAVE A TOWN MEETING, IF THEY HAVE A CONCERN OR PROBLEM THEY PICK UP THE PHONE AND CALL ME OR THEY SEE ME SOMEWHERE))
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OUT Q=see me somewhere

Both candidates have made education a priority in their campaigns. Dudley and Harkins agree overcrowding is a problem in Virginia schools.
Harkins says she'll work to reduce classroom size, especially in primary grades.
Dudley says school facilities don't meet the growing number of childen attending and adds the buildings need to be renovated to keep up with technology.
So as both candidates pave their way down the campaign trail...where they differ could be the key that sways the voter.
Tonya Flory, News 7.))
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Campaign 97


And there is a third candidate in the race. It is Charles Jordan's first run for office.
He's on the Green party ticket...a political group that concentrates on environmental issues.

Denver


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#=NET B
GRAPHIC=none


Sunshine, a clear blue sky, and the Rockies --
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Aurora, CO;


All the things John Denver sang about were there at his memorial service in Colorado.
Two thousand people packed into a church to remember the singer- from friends to fans.
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14:01;38 ((HE WAS SUCH A SPECIAL PERSON TO ME. HIS MUSIC GOT ME THROUGH HARD TIMES AND HAPPY TIMES AND I NEEDED TO BE HERE WITH PEOPLE THAT UNDERSTOOD HOW I FEEL. HE WAS MY SOUL MATE.))
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SOT 14:06:28
IN Q=

((BUT I LOVE YOU JOHN DENVER AND I LOVE YOU JOHN. WHEREVER YOU ARE I FEEL LIKE YOU'RE ALWAYS WITH US. GOD BLESS YOU JOHN DENVER.))
SUPER=01-Beverly Flores/Fan from Texas; 00
SUPER=01-Tom Crumb/Friend; :10
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=God bless you John Denver."
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VO-NAT


Denver was killed when his plane crashed Sunday into California's Monterey Bay.
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ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11

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Later on the newscast we'll tell you about a real drive-in theatre of sorts.
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It's a heavy structure on wheels and is moving at a slow pace to its new home.
We'll tell you more about the move, and the historic nature of the building when the newscast continues.
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Comm#2
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Trucker-Safety


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-75
GRAPHIC=none


For car and truck drivers, I-81 is often viewed as a roadway yielding little right of way for either side. But, one group says too often they're unfairly blamed for problems and accidents.
Stacey Martin has the views from behind the wheel.
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IN Q=It's a common
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00
SUPER=01-Darrell Morris/Truck Driver; :13
SUPER=01-Ed Quinn/Roanoke Truck Enterprise; :49
SUPER=01-Laura Bullock/VDOT; 1:15
SUPER=@Stacey2; 1:20
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OUT Q=SM, News 7.


((It's a common scenario--truck drivers battling car drivers for a piece of the turf along I-81.
But, those in the trucking industry say too often they're labelled as the bad guys.
SOT 01.20.16 - 01.20.28
IN Q=You've got people

((DARRELL MORRIS/TRUCK DRIVER: YOU'VE GOT PEOPLE WHO JUST DON'T GIVE TRUCK DRIVERS RESPECT ANYMORE. THEY CUT THEM OFF, GIVE THEM THE FINGER. IT'S JUST ROUGH ON TRUCK DRIVERS. NOBODY RESPECTS A TRUCKER NO MORE.))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=trucker no more.


Their solution is to clear up misconceptions. Take crash rates for example.
According to the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles in 1996 a little more than three percent of the accidents on the roadways involved tractor-trailers.
And, according to the American Trucking Association truck-related fatalities have dropped 27 percent since 1979.
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SOT 00.49.30 - 00.49.47
IN Q=I think if

((ED QUINN/ROANOKE TRUCK ENTERPRISE: )) I THINK IF YOU WENT BACK AND LOOKED AT THE RECORDS AND THE ACCIDENTS AND THE PERCENTAGES AND SO FORTH YOU WOULD FIND THAT THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY IS REALLY SAFE. WE'RE COMMITTED SO SAFETY AND IF YOU LOOKED AT THE AMOUNT OF ACCIDENTS AND WHAT TRUCKS ARE INVOLVED IN IT YOU WOULD SAY IT'S REALLY VERY MINOR.
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OUT Q=really very minor.


Truckers also say that a widening of I-81 would help resolve some of the problems. VDOT says that's an option it's already working on.
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IN Q= We know we

((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: WE KNOW WE NEED MORE SPACE. HOW MUCH MORE SPACE DO WE NEED ON INTERSTATE 81? THE STUDIES ARE GOING TO HELP US DETERMINE THAT. IN THE VERY EARLY STAGES WE THINK THAT WE MAY NEED FOUR LANES IN EACH DIRECTION.))
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OUT Q=in each direction.


Car and truckers say in the meantime, it would help if both sides drove more defensively.
Stacey Martin, News 7.))

Tease#3



ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=sta


We'll have Roy Stanley here with an update on tonight's high school football games and Robin Reed will be here with a check on the forecast.
That's coming up next when the newscast continues.
Comm #2


S-Fleming


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=FB97-2
GRAPHIC=FFE


As Jean told you earlier, the community was shocked and saddened at the loss of Pulaski County Cougar Pulaski/Fleming defensive tackle Lee Cook, who died in the hospital this evening after collapsing during the game. Cook was knocked down on a play in the first half of tonight's game at Victory Stadium against William Fleming. Our prayers and our thoughts are with Lee's family, the Cougars and the Pulaski community.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Cougars vs. Colonels; :00


Although this is difficult; let's go through some of the highlights. The Cougars took a 6 to nothing lead when cameron Ashworth booted this 27 yard field goal; his second of the game.
SUPER=34-William Fleming/8/Pulaski/6;

But Fleming would win the game on a late 4th quarter drive. Damar Gill scores from three yards out. His 2 point conversion gives the Colonels a 8-6 win.
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S-Salem


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-16
GRAPHIC=Northside/Salem


Northside ventured into Spartan Country tonight to face salem in a crucial Blue Ridge District match up.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Salem/Vikings vs. Spartans; :00


Lets start with Northside. Xavier Lee on fourth and five at the Salem 25 drops back to pass and finds Vernon Jackson. Jackson leaps over the defender for the first T-D of the night and a 7-nothing Viking lead.
Salem answers from the Viking 16; Dennis Haley hits a wall of defenders, but his second effort leads to Salem's first seven points.
SUPER=34-Northside/7/Salem/28;


Haley would have three scores on the night as salen win 28-to-7.
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S-Glenvar


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-17
GRAPHIC=glenvar/auburn


On to Single A where Glenvar and Auburn hooked up in a Three Rivers District war.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Auburn vs. Glenvar; :00

The Highlander Heavens opened up over at Glenvar for this battle.
The Highlanders were movin on their first drive, Seth Noonkester completes this pass to Brian Ferguson for 11 yards as Glenvar looked to light up the scoreboard.
SUPER=34-Auburn/6/Glenvar/28 ;


But the drive stalled and the Eagles took over. Auburn quarterback Mike Bibb punches the time card in; churns and burns for 34 yards deep into Highlanders' territory. But Glenvar wins it 28 to 6.
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River/6/Shawsville/0/Radford/48;
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
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Still to come tonight; highlights from the Roanoke Express season opener. We will also preview tomorrow in state college shcedule,
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VO-NAT eng#

and tacos and late model stock cars will be making that crunching sound at martinsville as the Taco bell 300 heats up.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=ICE-98
GRAPHIC=Chill/Express


The Express opened the 1997-98 season with a 3-2 victory over the Columbus Chill at the Round House
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Chill vs. Express; :00


Roanoke began the night with two of the best goalies in the ECHL in Dave Gagnon and daniel Berthiume. Gags got the start.
In the first period; The Express's Chris Fess takes the biscuit from behind the net; comes around and puts it home and Roanoke took a 1-nothing.
It looked like the Express tallied goal number two when Jeremy Schaffer appears to knock the rebound in; everyone sees the light; but the officials overrule; no goal.
SUPER=34-Roanoke/3/Columbus/2;

Then; the best part of the night; coach Frank Anzalone giving the official a deserved piece of his mind.
Gags was rock solid in net. Roanoke downs Columbus by 1.
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S-Extra


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#Extra
GRAPHIC=TRADING CARDS

if you're a sportscard or sports memorabilia collector then listen to tonight's Extra Point- Greensboro is the place for you this weekend.
The Greensboro Coliseum is hosting its first ever Tuff Stuff Classic show this weekend.
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VO-NAT eng#


Besides having thousands and thousands of sports cards on display for sale or trade, there also will be tons of Starting Lineup figures and other collectibles from all sports.
The show also is featuring a number of celebrities who will be on hand for autographs; including James Worthy and Harry Gant tomorrow. now your hockey numbers.
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WIPE TO SCORES
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OC-...LAST SCORE."
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GO TO BREAK

S-College


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VF97-1
GRAPHIC=UVa


Duke pursues it's first ACC win tomorrow at noon in Charlottesville against the Virginia Cavaliers. The wahoos are hardly taking this 2 and 4 team lightly.
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IN Q="If

((GERMANE CROWELL/UVA WIDE RECEIVER:)) ((SHANNON TAYLOR/UVA DEFENSIVE END:))
SUPER=01-Germane Crowell/UVa Wide Receiver; :00
SUPER=01-Shannon Taylor/UVa Defensive End; :11
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=...a great game""
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SS=Liberty


In other action; Liberty is on the road at Virginia Union in a 1:30 start tomorrow.
SS=VMI


VMI plays at Navy tomorrow at 1pm.
SS=JMU


James Maddison is at home in a 1:30 tilt against Deleware.
SS=Ferrum


Ferrum leaves the Panthers den for a 1:30 game against Chowan
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and Washington and Lee travels to Hampden Sydney. gametime is 1:30. Forecasts
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Video


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=lfi
TAPE#=NET
GRAPHIC=none
Super=X5052 (loads FX)
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It's hard to find a drive-in theater these days, but in Detroit, a theater went out for a drive.
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The Gem Theater weighs in at five and a half (m) million pounds and is said to be the heaviest structure ever moved on wheels. It's making its five block trek at the pace of just 300 feet a day.
The theater has occupied its space since the beginning of the century and is being moved to make way for football and baseball stadiums. It will reopen once it reaches its new location.
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Workers say moving the theater is like putting together a puzzle.