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WALL-STREET

ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net (if needed)
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One day after U-S stocks lost 600 BILLION dollars in value a big turn around on Wall Street.
The Dow, which started the day with a decline of 180 points, suddenly bounced back.
At noon its UP 88 points.
Meantime, the downward spiral is continuing for many of the global markets.
Hong Kong's market closed with a drop of almost 14-percent and Tokyo's Nikkei market lost more than four percent.
European markets also suffered big losses.
As the U-S stock market works to recover from its record sell-off President Clinton is emphasizing the strength of the U-S economy.
Maureen Maher (MA-her)joins us from New York with an update.
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(( The day after recording its worst ever point decline, Wall Street's opening bell sounded amid optimism that yesterday's scare was just a correction.

(SOT, ASHLEIGH DORMEUIL, INVESTOR)


But then, the roller coaster ride began. Stocks dropped more than 70 points just in the first hour of trading, and were down over 176 points when suddenly they recovered. For veteran investors, it promised to be a long day.

(SOT, RAGHU KRISHNANANBA, INVESTOR)



(LOCATOR: CHICAGO, IL)


President Clinton, speaking this morning at a Chicago elementary school, said the strong economy will help Wall Street get through this tough time.

(SOT, President CLINTON, "With unemployment down, inflation low... economy is

strong.")

(LOCATOR: HONG KONG)


For now, after a night that saw markets from Hong Kong to London fall, the world waits to see how Wall Street will weather another day of what is perhaps the largest global market storm to ever hit the world economy
Maureen Maher, Back to you.))

29-CRASH


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
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It was on this day in 19-29 that "Black Tuesday" descended upon Wall Street.
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VO-NAT
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Prices collapsed amid panic selling and the Dow lost nearly 13 percent of its value.
The Day's losses were estimated in the billions.
Thousands of investors were wiped out and America's Great Depression began.
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Bramblett


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=khu
TAPE#NONE
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An expert from the F-B-I lab says the bullets used to kill two of the Hodges family members match some of the cartridges taken from Earl Bramblett right after the murders in 19-94.
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Keith Humphry is at the Roanoke County court house with ballistic evidence.
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(Q: How certain can they be about the bullet match?)


Pitts-Shooting


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#NONE
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Pittsylvania County authorities arrested a 29- year- old man in connection with the shooting death of his wife.
Sheriff's officials say Mark Turner is charged with murder.
He is being held without bond.
Kimberly Turner was shot to death about early this morning at the couple's home.
An investigation is continuing. Kimberly Turner's body will be taken to the medical examiner's office in Roanoke.

Soering


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#NONE
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A convicted killer could get a second chance from Virginia's highest court.
The Virginia Supreme Court agreed to review a Bedford County judge's ruling in the Jens Soering murder case.
The court will decide whether evidence that could have helped Soering's defense was withheld by the prosecutor.
Soering was convicted in 19-90 for the murders of his girlfriend's parents.

AU-PAIR


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=legal scales


Closing arguments have concluded in the trial for a British nanny accused of killing the eight- month- old boy she was taking care of.
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VO-NAT
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Yesterday on the witness stand 19- year- old Louise Woodward denied ever dropping the baby.
The judge has given the jurors an all-or-nothing option.
They can consider verdicts only on first or second-degree murder charges -- and not on a lesser charge of manslaughter.
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HIV-TEENS


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#97-
GRAPHIC=NONE


A Community health crisis of nightmarish proportions is unfolding in a small town near the New York/Pennsylvania border.
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VO-NAT
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4:15;26
One man is being blamed for potentially spreading H-I-V among dozens of teenaged girls.
Health officials have linked ten cases to 20- year- old Nushawn Williams who traded sex for drugs.
And that number could rise.
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(( DR. ROBERT BERKE, CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY HEALTH COMMISSIONER: "OUR STAFF HAVE EVALUATED 28 DIRECT CONTACT AND 53 SECONDARY CONTACTS OF THIS INDIVIDUAL AND CONTINUE TO WORK ON 17 MORE. ))
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Police say the initial contact between the teens and Williams, who knew he was infected, began at community parks and schools.
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NEW-FIFTIES


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
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The fifty dollar bill has a new look that some say makes it look more like Monopoly money.
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VO-NAT
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It features an enlarged off-center portrait of former President Ulysses Grant.
It's also loaded with features designed to foil counterfeiters.
And there's a large number `50' in the lower right corner of the bill.
Eighty-five million new fifties will be put into circulation.
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E-GILMORE


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#97-69
GRAPHIC=Gilmore


Republican Jim Gilmore's tax reform ideas earned him the recognition of the Coalition of Virginia Taxpayers and Americans for Tax Reform.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington, DC;


He told the Washington crowd, his plan will lower taxes while still addressing the needs of the taxpayers.
Gilmore says Democrat Don Beyer will raise taxes.
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((JIM GILMORE/R-GOVERNOR CANDIDATE: MY PLAN IS RESPONSIBLE IT IS CAREFULLY CRAFTED. IT IS PHASED IN OVER FIVE YEARS. IT MAKES IT VERY CLEAR AS TO WHAT WE'RE GOING TO DO. DON BEYER HAD NO OBLIGATION TO PUT TOGETHER A PLAN THAT WOULD WORK AS I DID. WHY? BECAUSE HE ISN'T GOING TO DO IT.))
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VO-NAT


The Americans for Tax Reform presented Gilmore with a (Cer-TIFF-I-cate) certificate.
Each month the group gives the award to the person it feels does the most for taxpayer reform.
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E-Beyer


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-65
GRAPHIC=Don Beyer


Gilmore's opponent, Don Beyer has been waiting for his shot at the Governor's office.
And though recent polls indicate Gilmore is leading, Beyer says he has confidence his campaign remains on course.
Joe Dashiell has the first part of our profile... the personal history of Democrat Don Beyer.
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(( SOT CONVENTION TAPE 12:45:36
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER/D- CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR: I'M READY TO LEAD. I'M READY TO RUN, AND I'M READY TO WIN. I'VE BEEN GETTING READY FOR A LONG, LONG TIME.))
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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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IN Q=Every one of us

((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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((I, Donald Sternoff Beyer, do solemnly swear... do solemnly swear... ))
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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))

SPCA


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=TJA
TAPE#97-73
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Black cats become popular commodities this time of year.
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But staffers at the S-P-C-A and pet stores like Petland say it's often for the wrong reasons.
So they limit the sale and adoption of black cats at this time of year.
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((DON THORNE/ SPCA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR;WE TRY NOT TO ADOPT OUT BLACK CATS AT LEAST A WEEK BEFORE HALLOWEEN THIS TO MAINLY ,BECAUSE THERE ARE PEOPLE THAT TAKE THE TRADITIONAL BLACK CAT ASSOCIATING IT WITH HALLOWEEN AND SOMETIMES PUTTING IT THROUGH DIFFERENT TRICKS OR TRICK OR TREAT TYPE THINGS THAT MAY BE HARMFUL TO THE ANIMAL.))
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((SHARON MULLEN/SALES COUNSELOR;WE WOULD FIND THEM AFTER HALLOWEEN THROWN FROM CARS WITH THERE LITTLE PAWS BURNED, FUR PULLED OUT, BURNS OVER THEIR BODIES. ))
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Both Petland the S-P-C-A will resume selling and adopting black cats after Halloween.
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E-haunted-house


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=afr
TAPE#97-80
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Halloween is a time for spooks, and that means haunted houses, but some people want to be scared without being repulsed by blood and gore.
Andrew Freiden found a place in Lexington that provides an alternative.
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((YOU GONNA GET SCARED? YEAH-- NO! ))
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If you want blood and guts, don't go to the Raven house in Lexington.
But if you want an October outing where you can bring the kids-- this is the place.
So how do you have a haunted house without chainsaws and severed limbs?
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((YOU GO BACK TO THE OLD HALLOWEEN. FLYING GHOSTS, AND SPIDERS DROPPING AND BATS FLYING AROUND... ))
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But the Raven House isn't too tame-- the visitors say the spooks are plenty scary.
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((Nat sound? ))
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((DAVID JOHNSTON: IT FELT LIKE MY HEART WAS JUMPING OUT OF MY MOUTH. ))
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R J Ogren is the might behind the fright.
He used to work on the displays at Disney-- that's where he got the inspiration for this RATED G Haunted house.
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((RJ OGREN/RAVEN HOUSE DESIGNER: WE WORKED FOR DISNEY, FOR MANY MANY YEARS, WE FOUND LEXINGTON, AND DECIDED IT WAS A GREAT PLACE TO SET UP A STUDIO))
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The Raven House is in its first year of operation. and it's right next to the Lexington Wal-Mart.
And Ogren says it's tough to get the word out.
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((RJ OGREN: IT'S GETTING OUT, AND WE'RE GETTING BUSIER EACH WEEK. ESPECIALLY THE WEEKENDS, WE'RE GETTING VERY BUSY. ))
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((REPORTER: RJ OGREN ADMITS IT'S KIND OF DEAD DURING THE WEEK, IT'S KIND OF LIKE A GHOST TOWN, SO NEXT YEAR, HE'LL ONLY BE OPEN THURSDAYS THROUGH SUNDAY. ANDREW FREIDEN, NEWS7 LEXINGTON. ))
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S-United-Cities


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-68
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Some workers at a New River Valley natural gas distributor face the choice of taking an incentive package or staying with the company through July.
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A recent merger between United Cities Gas Company and Atmos (AT-muss) Energy Corporation spelled cut backs.
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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Bears


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=aje
TAPE#net (edit of 04:34:14)
GRAPHIC=NFL


The Miami Dolphins went head to head with the Chicago Bears on the gridiron.
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VO-NAT
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Miami led the game 33-to-18 with seven-and-a-half minutes to play.
In the final minute, Erik Kramer missed a wide-open chris penn.
On the very next play, Kramer tried found Penn making it 33-31.
In overtime action, Jeff Jaeger hit a 35 yard field goal.
Chicago won it 36-to-33.
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Packers


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=aje
TAPE#net (edit of 04:31:56)
GRAPHIC=NFL


It was a Superbowl re-match as Green Bay went up against New England.
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VO-NAT
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New England's Drew Bledsoe threw 50 yards to Terry Glenn, setting up a touchdown to tie the game at seven in the first.
Later, in the third Packers went 99 yards with Favre hitting Robert Brooks for a 21-10 lead.
Green Bay took it 28-to-10.
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VHSL


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-15
GRAPHIC=VHSL LOGO


The latest Associated Press Top 10 high school football polls are out.
And again, Friday Football Extra's number one team continues to carry the banner solo in the Triple-a ranks.
Mike Stevens has the rundown.
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(( William Fleming beat a very good Cave Spring team in the rain last FRiday to remain, but despite their perfection - Fleming drops from second to third this week. Thomas Dale is now second with Hampton first.
The Graham G-Men knocked Carroll County from the ranks of the unbeaten last Friday and as a result the Cavs drop to 9th and Glynn Carlock's team vaults up to 8th.
The Seminole district's tough trio of Heritage, Jefferson Forest and Brookville hang tough in the Group Two-A ranks.
Radford, which beat Glenvar last week and has yet to give up a point to a district opponent this season moves up one notch to seventh, while Rural Retreat another 7-and-1 team is 8th.
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Rock


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#net (edit of ST5-30)
GRAPHIC=THE ROCK


It took a whole extra day, but NASCAR finally got to run the AC Delco 500 yesterday at Rockingham.
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Dale Jarrett was at the front with 40 laps to go in the race and seemingly 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. Bobby Hamilton and Ricky Craven to get in position to get by Jarrett.
Hamilton would eventually get by everyone and stretch out his lead over the final 15 laps. Bobby gets his second career win in the King's car with Jarrett second and Craven third.
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Marlins-Celebrate


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=NONE


And finally today,
They're celebrating in Miami.
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The Florida Marlins were honored with a tickertape parade in Miami today before embarking on a boat parade at Fort Lauderdale.
The young team secured the World Series victory this weekend. (----------------)