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ANCHOR=Keith

All the prosecution evidence is in... in the Bramblett trial.
We'll hear some more of the tapes, and an account of a jail-house confession Bramblett supposedly made.
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VO-NAT


Also ahead on NEWS 7 at SIX:
Salvaging the fruits of the harvest for those who need it most.
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Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, the Virginia High School League has a full plate to devour in Charlottesville today, we'll check in with the Express, JMU, and the Panthers.
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Plus, his Airness now has his own web site.
We'll browse the web with MIchael Jrdan tonight in sports.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
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Could we call it a picture perfect day? Why not...another one coming up Thursday.

Bramblett


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


Earl Bramblett allegedly admitted to a fellow inmate in the county jail last year that he's addicted to young girls.
Convicted felon Tracy Turner testified today that Bramblett told him he got caught with a young girl and that he had choked the life out of her mother.
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Teresa Hodges was found strangled to death in the living room of the house. Her husband and two girls were upstairs shot in the head.
Turner said he was told the defense in the case was going to be that it was a drug hit, because somebody in the family had worked for the D-E-A.
The jury heard more of Bramblett's rambling, stream- of- consciousness audio tapes.. about how Blaine Hodges had invited him over to the house when his nine-year old daughter, Winter, would be there alone.
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A few days later, according to Bramblett's oral diary, Blaine gave him a ride to pick up his car.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Earl Bramblett


Tracy Turner- -the inmate from the county jail- -says Bramblett told him him he recorded 200 hours of tapes "to make everybody believe he was crazy."
He also said Bramblett was most worried about bullets in his truck.
Yesterday, the jury heard that two of the cartridges police found in Bramblett's pick-up came from the same batch of .22-caliber magnum ammunition used to kill Hodges family members.
With that, the Commonwealth rested its case.
The defense presented a story about a mysterious vehicle with New Jersey tags seen near the Hodges home the morning the fire broke out... and testimony from a women who said she smoked crack cocaine with Teresa and Blaine Hodges in the late 80's... to bolster the notion of a drug connection.
The defense is expected to rest ITS case tomorrow.

Hutcherson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-81
GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident


A truck driver has been fined 450 dollars for hitting and killing a woman on a bicycle in Lynchburg last spring.
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36- year- old Dawn LaReau (luh-ROE) was riding her bike along Route 501 when 70- year- old James E. Hutcherson tried to pass her.
Authorities say Hutcherson did "not" give LaReau enough room, and his tractor trailer struck her from behind.
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((BILL PETTY/LYNCHBURG PROSECUTOR: OUR INVESTIGATION MADE IT CLEAR THAT DAWN LAREAU WAS RIDING APPROPRIATELY. SHE WAS CLOSE ENOUGH TO THE EDGE OF THE ROAD, AS CLOSE AS SHE COULD SAFELY BE AND THAT MR. HUTCHERSON SIMPLY DID NOT GIVE HER ADEQUATE ROOM IN ATTEMPTING TO PASS.))
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Petty hopes the case sends a message to both motorists and cyclists to be more careful on the road.
LaReau's family is reportedly considering a civil suit against Hutcherson.
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Walton


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-64
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


A Danville man who murdered three of his neighbors may have been seeking fame.
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Percy Lavar Walton is being sentenced for killing an elderly couple and 33-year-old Archie Moore last year.
Walton's fellow inmate Lacey Johnson says Walton talked about the shootings while watching a T-V crime show in jail.
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Johnson says Walton told him he was trying to rob the Kendricks when they surprised him by returning home.
He says Walton shot Elizabeth Kendrick twice as she begged for mercy on her knees, then shot her husband.
The inmate says Walton also shot Archie Moore after asking to use his phone -- then sprayed Moore's body with cologne and stuffed it in a closet.
Acccording to Johnson, Walton also went to the mall and a local apartment complex in search of more victims.
The inmate says Walton wanted to be famous for mass murder.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=None


Percy Walton could get the death penalty -- his sentencing continues tomorrow.

Wythe-Band


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-71
GRAPHIC=None


A Wythe County woman says discrimination kept her disabled son from performing in a recent school band competition.
Judy Taylor has since filed a federal civil rights complaint.
Teresa Hamilton has more on the story.
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Water therapy is exciting for David Taylor-- who's an eighth grader at Fort Chiswell High school. nat sound
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But his mother, Judy, says marching band is the real highlight of his school day.
David, who suffers from cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair, holds props during performances.
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((JUDY TAYLOR/DAVID'S MOTHER:HE AND ANOTHER STUDENT HOLD UP SYMBOLS THAT LOOK LIKE BATMAN, SUPERMAN, AND THEY HOLD UP A MACHINE GUN WITH A 007 SONG THEY DO. ))
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David has performed at football games and band competitions, in the past.
But that didn't happen Saturday when David and his classmates travelled for a competition held in Tennessee.
Taylor says her son was devastated.
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((JUDY TAYLOR/DAVID'S MOTHER:I THINK THAT THIS WAS A BIG SHOW OF THE YEAR AND HE WANTED TO PUT OUT THE BEST HE COULD AND TO PUT ON A PRETTY PICTURE AND HE DIDN'T THINK A DISABLED KID SITTING ON THE FRONT ROW WAS A PRETTY PICTURE.))
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Take SU
There are always two sides to every story but not in this case.
School officials declined to comment citing student confidentiality. End SU
Taylor says she was told David was kept out because he'd missed a prior band performance--he was taking part in a national quarterhorse competition instead.
But Taylor isn't satisfied with the school's explanation.
She says she had a prior agreement with the school system that David would NOT be penalized for any absences because he's disabled.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7.))
Tease#1

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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


Our candidate profiles continue tonight--Ellen Qualls takes a look at Jim Gilmore's roots. That's just ahead on News 7 at Six.
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and pumpkins aren't just Halloween decorations. We'll tell you how they can help families in need.
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Gilmore


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-65
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Polls call him the frontrunner.
He's already calling himself "Governor Gilmore."
Ellen Qualls has a closer look at James Stuart Gilmore, the third.
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(( The conservative Richmond Times-Dispatch has endorsed Jim Gilmore.
But its same editorial writers said in August "There's something about Jim Gilmore that makes people uneasy -- something reminiscent of the grade school Eddie Haskell."
They write "he reminds even some Republicans of the kid who would bring his sister's underwear to school if it would help him get elected hall monitor."
Political analyst Larry Sabato has dubbed Gilmore "charismatically-challenged."
Does it bother him?
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((JIM GILMORE: NO. I AM WHAT I AM. AND I'VE PUT FORWARD MY IDEAS AS CLEARLY AND CONCISELY AS I CAN.))
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((JIM GILMORE: IT'S THE STRENGTH OF THE IDEAS THAT WE HAVE THAT IS CARRYING US FORWARD IN THIS CAMPAIGN.))
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His fans called him focused and consistent.
He rocketed from six years as Henrico County Commonwealth's Attorney to the Attorney General's chair in 1993.
That trajectory began with his birth in Richmond in 1949.
Few pictures of young Jim have been made public -- but his high school yearbook shows a guy involved in the usual clubs and band.
He went undergrad and to law school at the University of Virginia.
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((JIM GILMORE: YOU KNOW ELLEN, I DON'T THINK THAT YOU DEVELOP YOUR PRINCIPLES IN A FLASH. I BELIEVE YOU DO THEM BASED UPON YOUR HUMAN EXPERIENCE AND WHAT YOU THINK IS RIGHT AND WRONG.))
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That means looking to a father who whose work ethic was honed as a grocery store meat cutter.
And a mother he says inspired him through love and intellect.
But like ticket mate Mark Earley, he says his political fire for America was kindled overseas, as a counter-intelligence officer.
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((JIM GILMORE: WHEN I JOINED THE ARMY AND I WENT TO EUROPE, I HAD A CHANCE TO LOOK RIGHT AT THE BERLIN WALL. AND I HAD A CHANCE TO SEE WHAT IT WAS REALLY LIKE TO WALL PEOPLE UP BEHIND BARBED WIRE.))
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In Virginia, liberty is more an economic issue for Gilmore.
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((JIM GILMORE: I KNOW THAT GOVERNMENT HAS IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS TO PERFORM, BUT WHERE WE CAN GIVE SOME MONEY BACK TO PEOPLE SO THEY CAN DEFINE THEIR OWN LIVES, WHICH IS THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENT OF THE FREEDOM OF PEOPLE, I WANT TO DO THAT. AND I KNOW WE CAN AFFORD TO DO THAT.))
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More on that idea in our next segment... Jim Gilmore on the issues.
Ellen Qualls, News 7.))

Contact-lense


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


If you wear contacts, and your eyes recently began bothering you, there may be a good reason why.
Eric Earnhart discovered a major manufacturer changed a popular lens, and some customers find that change irritating.
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(( These Acuvue disposable contact lenses could be the source of that irritation.
Last spring, Johnson & Johson began putting an imprint on its disposable lenses... The letters AV, tell the user the lense is rightside out, but they also irritate some people's eyes.
Johnson & Johnson says they informed eye-care practicioners about the changes, and potential irritation...

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((THERESA BOHON, CONTACT LENSE TECHNICIAN; I WAS NOT AWARE THAT MY PATIENTS WERE IN THE LENSES UNTIL I HAD A COMPLAINT. ))
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Roanoke contact lense technician Theresa Bohon had to switch 25 percent of her Acuvue patients to other lenses... but still likes the concept of an inside out mark.

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((THERESA BOHON, CONTACT LENSE TECHNICIAN; SO THIS WAS A PRETTY GOOD IDEA, BUT I THINK THEY NEED TO DO SOMETHING TO MAKE THE IRRITATION GO AWAY. ))
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Johnson and Johnson told us they intend keep making the lense as is, saying less than one percent of patients have problems... a spokesman says "Most people are very happy with their lenses, and the people showing discomfort should go back and see their eye doctor.
Standup
How do you know if you have this problem? If the irritation began with a new box of Acuvues, if it moves around when you blink, and goes away when you take the lense out, you should probably call your eye doctor and ask about the AV mark.

You shound NOT continue wearing a lense that irritates your eye.

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((DR. RICH JOHNSON/OPTHALMOLOGIST; ANYTHING THAT DOES IRRITATE THE EYE ON A CHRONIC BASIS CAN CAUSE PROBLEMS TO THE EYE AND POTENTIALLY SET YOU UP TO NOT BE ABLE TO WEAR CONTACT LENSES IN THE FUTURE. ))
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Johnson and Johnson says it will offer replacements without the mark to patients who have problems... they'll be free, though the patient may have to pay for another eye exam.
Eric Earnhart, News 7.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
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The stock market finished a little higher, though high- techs weren't on board. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
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Pumpkin-Gleaning


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#97-66
GRAPHIC=None


"Gleaning." It's a Biblical term. It refers to the harvest of crops. In Bibical times, the yield was given to those in need- -widows, orphans and travelers.
It's still done today, to help needy families during the holidays.
News 7's Tonya Flory takes us to the pumpkin patch where volunteers are turning leftover produce into Halloween treats.
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They don't have to be the prettiest pumpkins, although some prefer the biggest.
The children in the TAP head start program were just happy to get one.
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((JUANITA STEELMAN:SHE'S VERY EXCITED.SHE CAME OUT AND SAID OH THE PUMPKIN, THE PUMPKIN SO SHE'S READY))
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((ANGENETTE WAKER:SHE ALREADY DREW HER FACE ON ONE OF HER PUMPKINS AND HER OTHER SISTER, SHE WANTS TO MAKE A PUMPKIN PIE OUT OF HERS))
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and some of the heavier ones almost became squash. Local farmers say all of the pumpkins have already been commercially harvested, and the rest are a gift.
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((BUDDY HILL/FARMER:WE STILL HAVE A LOT THAT AREN'T EXACTLY MARKETABLE, BUT THEY'RE STILL GOOD SOLID FRUIT. WHEN WE HAVE THAT SITUATION, WE'D RATHER THEM GO TO A GOOD CAUSE THAT TO SIT AND ROT IN THE FIELD.))
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some farmers have been leary about gleaning since the e-coli scare, but volunteers say it hasn't hindered their project to help families during the holidays.
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((NANCY TEW/SOCIETY OF ST. ANDREW:THE FEDRAL GOVERNMENT LAST YEAR PASSED THE GOOD SAM LEGISLATION THAT ANY FARMER WHO DONATES PRODUCE TO A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION IS PROTECTED FROM LIABILITY THROUGH THAT PRODUCE))
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In fact volunteers from the Society of St. Andrew and the Food Bank will be apple gleaning this weekend...salvaging food to feed the hungry. Tonya Flory, News 7.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
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Coming up tonight in sports, lots of news from the Virginia High School League's meetings today in Charlottesville, Jordan goes on line, the Express gets back on the ice,
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And we'll talk with JMU's head basketball and football coaches about the University's progressive hiring of minorities in marquee positions.
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S-VHSL


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-1
GRAPHIC=VHSL


The Virginia High School League's executive committee met today in Charlottesville to discuss a number of topics. Among them the future of girl's basketball in the Fall and Winter.
A preliminary vote was taken today amongst the committee members and they voted not to recommend any single plan to realign sports seasons.
The committee did vote to conduct a survey of females high school athletes throughout the state to help them plot the course for the future of girls sports.
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Also, George Washington high school out of Danville was back in Charlottesville today appealing to the committee to overturn an earlier ruling that forced GW
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to forfeit three football games this season for using an ineligible player who lived outside the school district.
GW officials say the student gave them a wrong address, but their appeal was denied today and their forfeits must stand.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=VHSL


And they may not be the only Triple-A power to miss the playoffs.
A report out of Hampton tonight says the Crabbers football team is being investigated for using an ineligible player this season.
If the allegations are true, Hampton, which is ranked nationally, will miss the playoffs for the first time since 1976.

S-JMU


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-2
GRAPHIC=JMU


When you think of progressive sports programs in the state, JMU might not always be the first college that comes to mind.
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But now that the Sherman Dillard era is officially underway with basketball practice beginning on the Harrisonburg campus, JMU is leading the way in the Commonwealth.
With Dillard and head football coach Alex Wood, JMU is one of just four Division One colleges that has black head coaches in both sports.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=ICE-98
GRAPHIC=Express


The Express returns to the Roundhouse this Friday to host The Charlotte Checkers.
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Roanoke practiced this morning at the Roanoke Civic Center. Coach Anzalone continues his evaluation of his young team after it's first lost of the season against Pee Dee.
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Anzalone has room for one more veteran on the team; but has found various challenges in the search.
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S-Jordan


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s7-18
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If you've ever wanted to talk with Michael Jordan but figured it was impossible - guess again.
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Jordan can now be found at his very own website.
His Airness and Sportsline USA have reached a 10 year agreement on a new website that offers fans more than 150 pages of multimedia entertainment and info showcasing Jordan's life and career.
Jordan will answer selected e-mail and participate in selective chat sessions, as well.
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You can check out the new site by first going to our home page at WDBJ7 dot COM, then go to the sports section and click on CBS Sportsline.
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Promo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
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Coming up later tonight, one of the nation's trendiest stores opens for business in Roanoke.
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Barnes and Noble hopes its book megastore will be as popular here as it is in the rest of the country.
The store boasts more than 130-thousand book titles, lots of choices for the kids, and its very own blend of Starbucks coffee.
Management says today was a great first day of business...
What are book lovers saying?
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Talent=Keith

(Ad Lib byes) We'll have that story, and more tonight on News 7 at 11.