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A record- breaking drop on Wall Street puts an early halt to trading in the stock market.
We've got a LIVE report up top on NEWS 7 at SIX.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And the defendant planting the notion of a "drug-hit" in people's minds- -Earl Bramblett predicted the Hodges would be murdered months before they were killed. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, Steve Mason checks in from Charlottesville where the Cavs get ready for Maryland with two able quarterbacks.
Two former area college stars took great pleasure in beating the Skins yesterday.
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And the King is back on top as Bobby Hamilton puts Richard Petty's STP Pontiac in victory lane today at Rockingham.
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Stock-Market


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#97-74
GRAPHIC=Stock Market


For the first time in history, trading was stopped on the New York exchange today because of a huge decline in stock prices. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
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The Dow plunged 554 points, tumbling to a close of 71 hundred 61.
NASDAQ dropped 115 points.
Talent=Keith
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It is the biggest single day drop ever.
Still, local investors seem to be taking things in stride.
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Our business reporter, Scott Goldberg, joins us now from the newsroom.
Scott, you would think such a big drop might cause more anxiety.
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Keith, if you look at the numbers and see the Dow dropped 550-points, yes, you'd think that's cause for alarm.
But really it's only a seven-percent loss.
And analysts say that's the sort of correction you expect when the stock market surges like it has lately.
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((GEORGE BRAMMER/A.G. EDWARDS & SONS: A TEN PERCENT DECLINE IN THE STOCK MARKET IS NOT UNUSUAL. IT HAPPENS OCCASIONALLY, AND THAT'S WHAT WE'VE GOT AT THIS POINT.))
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That's why George Brammer says his clients aren't worried. STOCK MARKET VIDEO FROM 2 PM FEED
The bull market fundamentals, the things that have made the U-S stock market surge, are still in place.
Corporate profits are up, interest rates are down, and inflation is in check.

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((GEORGE BRAMMER: LOCALLY WE'RE SEEING VERY LITTLE SELLING AND THE INDIVIDUAL INVESTOR AT THIS POINT IS INTERESTED IN OPPORTUNITIES, NOT PANICKING.))
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The real test of investors' faith in this market could come tomorrow.
That's when the reality of today's drop will have set in.
Double Boxes=Keith and Scott/Newsroom


And Keith, anaylsts say after a good night's sleep, investors could wake up and decide their tolerance for risk isn't as high as they thought.

Roanoke-fire


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-79
GRAPHIC=Fire


Roanoke firefighters had a busy day, as accidents sparked two fires in the city.
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This fire broke out around noon. A neighbor saw smoke coming out of the house at 4933 Hildebrand.
No one was home, and the neighbor got the fire under control with a garden hose.
The owner says a house painter didn't realize the furnace was on.
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Earlier, another fire broke out at a house in Southeast Roanoke.
A passerby saw smoke coming from a house on Stewart Street.
Firefighters say the second floor was extensively damaged.
The fire was caused by an electrical spark.
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United-Cities


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-68
GRAPHIC=None


A natural gas distributor with offices in the New River Valley plans to eliminate some jobs.
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The cut backs are the result of a recent merger between United Cities Gas Company and Atmos (AT-muss) Energy Corporation.
The affected workers can either take an incentive package or stay with the company through July.
United Cities has offices in Blacksburg, Radford and Pulaski.
A company spokeswoman declined to say how many workers will be affected.
United Cities also serves customers in seven other states.
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Bramblett


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-72
GRAPHIC=Earl Bramblett


In the months before the fire at the Hodges' home, Earl Bramblett started telling people the whole family might be wiped out.
He predicted the Hodges would be murdered- -planting the idea in people's minds that it would be retribution by the "drug cartel."
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Mark Price- -a next door neighbor of the Hodges- -testified today that HE heard the story from Bramblett a couple of months before Blaine Hodges and his
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family were found dead in their Vinton home.
There's no evidence Blaine was ever a drug informant- -though his brother- in-law Mike Fulcher DID work for the D-E-A.
Tomorrow, Bramblett will once again get to hear his own words come back to haunt him, as the prosecution gets ready to play for the jury more of the audio tapes Bramblett HIMSELF recorded.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Earl Bramblett


They're also supposed to hear the tape of an interview a newspaper reporter conducted with Bramblett right after his arrest last year.

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Have those who want to change the way Roanoke City Council members are elected gone too far in their campaign to sway voters? That story is coming up on News 7 at Six.
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and he overcame physical challenges and helped build a successful business. Our candidate profiles continue with an in depth look at the state's number two man, who now has his sights set on the top job.
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Campaign-Finance


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Jim Gilmore


The latest campaign filings are in for the candidates for governor-- and they show Republican Jim Gilmore in a strong position financially.
Gilmore reports 2-point-2 million dollars raised in the reporting period from October first to October twenty-second.
Out of that, he still had almost 1-point-2 million in the bank as of last Wednesday.
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Meanwhile, Democrat Don Beyer had to combine fundraising with loans to raise just 1-point-3 million dollars during the same period.
Beyer ended it with 234- thousand dollars on hand.
Beyer campaign officials say NO problem; they've bought the ads they need.
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The Gilmore campaign, on the other hand, is scurrying to make sure it's able to spend the 1-point-2 million before election day.
Beyer's loans, by the way, were guaranteed by a handful of Virginians, including Roanokers William and Stella Cranwell, Bittle Porterfield, and Granger MacFarlane.

Beyer


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-65
GRAPHIC=Don Beyer


Would you buy a car from this man? And would you vote for him?
Don Beyer may be the state's most famous automobile dealer, but next week he hopes to complete the journey from his northern Virginia car lot to the third floor of the capitol.
Tonight, Joe Dashiell begins a two- part profile.
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Don Beyer has been waiting in the wings for eight years, but his push toward public service and the political spotlight began much earlier.
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Beyer was born in June 1950 in Italy where his father, a career Army officer, was stationed. The oldest of six children he faced physical challenges... a mal-formed right hand, an eye disorder. Both required surgery, but he says his problems were also a blessing.
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((EVERY ONE OF US HAS ADVERSITY IN OUR LIVES AND I HAD A LOT AS A CHILD, BUT IT WAS GOOD FOR ME. IT MADE ME TOUGH. IT MADE ME UNDERSTAND THAT WE CAN OVERCOME ANYTHING THAT WE CHOOSE TO.))
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Beyer did well in the classroom, winning scholarships to high school and college. And though he considered a career in medicine, he went to work for his father, who in 1973 had purchased a struggling Volvo dealership in northern Virginia.
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((I WAS HIS PARTS DRIVER AND HIS BOOKKEEPER AND THEN HIS SALES MANAGER. AND WE BUILT THAT BUSINESS FROM NOTHING. WHATEVER MONEY THE FAMILY HAS PUT TOGETHER OVER THE LAST 23 YEARS, WE EARNED IN THE LAST 23 YEARS IN THIS BUSINESS.))
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STAND-UP BRIDGE
The political career began later at age 32. Beyer considered becoming a republican, but ultimately volunteered for the congressional campaign of an Arlington Democrat, Ira Lechner. Lechner lost, but Beyer was hooked.
He coordinated the northern Virginia campaign of Jerry Baliles in the 1985 Governor's Race. And after Baliles' election, was appointed to the Commonwealth Transportation Board. NAT SOUND of INAUGURAL 00:24:08
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But it was in 1989, that he defied the early odds and defeated Eddy Dalton to become Lieutenant Governor and a rising star on the Virginia political scene.
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((NOW WHAT I'VE DONE THE LAST EIGHT YEARS AND THE NEXT FOUR YEARS AS GOVERNOR IS TO SERVE, TO TAKE ALL THAT I'VE LEARNED AND ALL THAT I BELIEVE AND MAKE THE GREATEST DIFFERENCE THAT I CAN IN OTHER PEOPLE'S LIVES.))
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How Don Beyer would make that difference is part two of our profile... Joe Dashiell News 7))

Gilmore


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#97-69
GRAPHIC=Jim Gilmore


A national tax reform organization has honored Jim Gilmore.
The Republican candidate for Virginia governor spoke to the Coalition of Virginia Taxpayers and Americans for Tax Reform today.
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As Gilmore addressed the Washington crowd he spoke of the differences between his campaign and Democrat Don Beyer's.
Gilmore insists he can lower taxes and still address the needs of the state.
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((JIM GILMORE/R-GOVERNOR CANDIDATE: I CAN MAKE THE ESSENTIAL INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION I WANT TO, THE 4000 ADDITIONAL TEACHERS TO THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS TO REDUCE CLASS SIZE, TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY FOR QUALITY AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF OUR STANDARDS AND TO GIVE THE KIDS THE OPPORTUNITY FOR REMEDIAL HELP.))
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The Americans for Tax Reform presented Gilmore with a certificate.
Each month the group gives the award to the person it feels does the most for taxpayer reform.
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Lipscomb


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-71
GRAPHIC=Campaign 97


As the 22nd House of Delegates race heats up, what one candidate calls a slander attack, another calls truth in advertising.
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A recent Kaye Lipscomb t-v ad blasts Republican Kathy Byron and her telemarketing business over complaints of illegal fundraising.
Byron says none of it's true.
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((KATHY BYRON/R- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: WE'RE JUST REALLY SADDENED THAT SHE COULDN'T KEEP THE CAMPAIGN CLEAN AND STICK TO THE ISSUES AND HAS GONE TO A PERSONAL ATTACK.)) ((KAYE LIPSCOMB/D- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SAW FIT TO BRING CHARGES AGAINST HER OPERATION OR HER BUSINESS AND SHE IS CEO OF THAT BUSINESS. I DON'T BELIEVE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SESS FIT TO BRING CHARGES LIGHTLY.))
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Lipscomb today also picked up the endorsement of the National Rifle Association.
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Stocks


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


As we told you at the top of the newscast, the stock market experienced its biggest point drop ever today. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
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The Dow plummeted 554 points and closed at 71 hundred 61.
NASDAQ dropped 115 points.

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Ward-System


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#97-64
GRAPHIC=Roanoke City Seal


Roanoke's public OFFICES are being used to influence public OPINION about how representatives should be elected.
That charge comes from one citizens' group.
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Today supporters of the referendum for a modified ward system in Roanoke accused Mayor David Bowers and city council of violating election laws.
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((GARY BOWMAN/COMM. FOR BETTER REPRESENTATION: THE CITY COUNCIL SAID THEY NEEDED TO REMAIN NEUTRAL ON THIS ISSUE. BUT SINCE THEN, THEY HAVEN'T REMAINED NEUTRAL. WHAT THEY'VE DONE IS USE PUBLIC FACILITIES IN CITY HALL TO ADVANCE A PARTICULAR POLITICAL MESSAGE AGAINST THE WARD REFERENDUM. ))
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At the same time this morning, FORMER council members met in council chambers to discuss the ward system issue.
But participants say it was THEIR meeting, not the Mayor's.
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((LUCIAN GROVE/FORMER ROANOKE CITY COUNCILMAN: THIS WAS AN EFFORT ON THE PART OF PAST CITY COUNCIL PEOPLE. AND ALL WE DID WAS ASK TO USE THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER FOR THE PRESS CONFERENCE. THIS HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH ANY SUPPORT FOR OR AGAINST BY THE PRESENT COUNCIL. ))
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Meanwhile, Mayor Bowers responded to the committee's accusations by saying that public facilities are available for "proponents and opponents on this and any other issue."

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#SPORTS TEASE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight in sports, plenty of Pontiac Excitement at the Rock today, some excitement at the Jack for a couple of former local college stars.
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And can the Virginia Cavaliers comeback from Saturday's debacle against the Seminoles.
Steve Mason checks in from UVa right after this.
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S-Rock


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-38
SS=ticker


After nearly a 24 hour rain delay, the Winston Cup stars finally got a piece of "The Rock" this afternoon in the AC Delco 400.
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(( Points leader Jeff Gordon started sixth and almost saw his day end two laps into the race when the smacked the turn two wall - but the car wasn't hurt.
83 Laps into the race - Pontiacs were were in control as Kyle Petty, Bobby Hamilton and Bobby Labonte ran one, two , three at the top.
On Lap 112 the race's defending champ, Ricky Rudd, saw his chances of winning end abruptly when he was victimized by Jimmy Spencer's spin.
With 225 laps left in the race, Rick Mast and Dick Trickle were running second and third respectively - but 20 laps later Mast was out of the race with mechanical problems. He finished 42nd.
Hamilton would move back to the front at the halfway point, but with 125 laps to go Gordon and teammate Ricky Craven were flat out flying.
Dale Jarrett, moved to the front with 40 laps to go in the race and was on his way to his first win at The Rock.
But Greg Sacks brought out the caution flag with less than 30 laps to go. That enabled Hamilton and Craven to get in position to get by Jarrett.
Hamilton would eventually get by Craven and dust the competition over the final 15 laps. Bobby gets his second career win in the King's car with Jarrett second and Craven third.)) ((BOBBY HAMILTON/SECOND CAREER WIN:)) ((RICHARD PETTY/STP PONTIAC OWNER:))
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S-UVA


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


Saturday's 47-21 loss to Florida State was a pre Halloween scare.
And in a game with so many Seminole tricks; the Virginia Cavaliers did emerge with a few treats. Steve Mason explains.
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#RS97-1
GRAPHIC=REDSKINS/RAVENS


The Washington Redskins lost to the Ravens 20-t0-17 yesterday thanks in part to the efforts of two guys who were playing college ball last season.
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Former UVa linebacker Jammie Sharper, and former Tech defensive end Cornell Brown helped hand Washington its first loss ever at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium.
Cornell backed up Sharper and Peter Boulware yesterday and he says his flexibility will help him in the long run.
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S-Series


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-17
GRAPHIC=SERIES


The Marlins will be guests of honor at a tickertape parade in their honor tomorrow in Miami.
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They actually haven't stop celebrating since they won the World series title in extra innings last night over the Indians.
Former Salem Buc Moises Alou had a victory cigar and a precise assessment of his team after the game.
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((MOISES ALOU/MARLINS OUTFIELDER:))
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Promo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=
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It's all in the name of fun, but you can see plenty of see blood, guts, and gore this Halloween week.
One company in Lexington is changing that tune a little bit.
They've built a haunted house that they call "FUN SCARY." Basically, it's Ok to bring the kids. And not worry too much that they'll have nightmares. (Ad Lib byes) We'll have the spooky story, and more tonight on News 7 at 11.