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Coming up on News 7-
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The U-S considers possible military action against Iraq.
It's been three weeks since a high school football player died during a game- Tonight his parents talk about the community support.
And last Chritmas it was Tickle me Elmo. What will this year's hot item be?
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News 7 is next. open
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Iraq


ANCHOR=Jean
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American and British diplomats are working this weekend on possible retaliation against Iraq.
The issue is how to punish the Iraqis for blocking weapons inspections.
David Martin reports.
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((Saddam hussein is taking what U.S. intelligence calls extensive and unprecedented steps to disperse his forces in anticipation of an American military attack -- as if he had already made up his mind not to back down.
The first potential flash point will come on Monday Iraq time when a U-2 reconnaissance plane is scheduled to fly over central iraq. A senior U.S. military officer says any attempt to shoot down the U-2, which Iraq has repeatedly threatened to do, would be considered an act of war. Most officials doubt Iraq will try, but the U.S. will have war planes circling near by just in case.
The real confrontation will come later if Saddam does not reverse course in his standoff with U.N. weapons inspectors. Pentagon plans call for firing cruise missiles against sites the inspectors have been prevented from entering. WE HAVE TO BE FIRM AND RESOLUTE. AT THIS MOMENT IN MY VIEW I THINK IT WOULD BE A MISTAKE TO RULE IN OR OUT ANY OPTION.))

ANCHOR=Jean


Before making any decision the United States will wait until the U-N security council meets Monday.

Cook


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-70
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The past few weeks have been tough for those who knew Lee Cook-- the Pulaski County player who died after a routine play on the football field.
But community support is helping Cook's parents.
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A medical examiner determined Cook was hit in the chest at the same spilt second his heart was electrically re-charging itself for another beat.
Cook's mother, Regina, has remained close with her son's classmates.
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((REGINA COOK/LEE'S MOTHER: I'VE TOLD THEM TO LIVE EACH DAY, LIKE IT WERE THEIR LAST AND TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY PUT EVERYTHING THEY CAN INTO THAT DAY AND THE THING I TOLD THEM WAS DO YOUR BEST AND GOD WILL DO THE REST.))
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Lee's father, Danny, has been especially touched by the overwhelming community support.
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((DANNY COOK/LEE'S FATHER: HE WAS VERY ACTIVE IN THE CHURCH, HE KNEW A LOT OF PEOPLE BUT I HAD NO IDEA HOW MANY PEOPLE COULD RELATE TO HIM, HOW MANY PEOPLE KNEW HIM AND LOVED HIM, IT'S JUST LIKE HE TOUCHED SO MANY PEOPLE IN HIS SHORT LIFE. ))
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Cook's parents hope to raise 10-thousand dollars for a scholarship in their son's memory.
So far, more than four thousand dollars has been donated.
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Goodyear


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-71
GRAPHIC=Goodyear


Goodyear employees in Danville have refused to work a "continuous" schedule.

Last night's union vote could have some serious effects on a lot of southside families.
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((AUBREY FERRELL/CITY COUNCIL:THIS IS MORE SERIOUS THAN THIS COMMUNITY ... OUT OF THEIR JOBS))
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The Danville plant has 21-hundred employees and the highest pay rate in town.
But without a continuous work schedule, Goodyear managers say they cannot keep up with tire orders -- and may shut the plant down.
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((KORI REED/COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR: THE ISSUE REMAINS... NEED))
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Managers say switching to a continuous work schedule might have meant 500 new jobs and 100 million more dollars pumped into Danville's Goodyear plant.
But union members say Goodyear ignored their needs -- by trying to force them to work on Sundays when many attend church.
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Nichols


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
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Prosecutors are trying to connect Terry Nichols to the Oklahoma City bombing.
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They say he may be responsible for a break in at a quarry- where someone stole dynamite and blasting caps.
A receipt found in Nichols Kansas home links him to the purchase of hundreds of pounds of fertilizer- Barrels found in his garage were like those allegedly used in the bomb.
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((THEY'RE LINKING TERRY NICHOLS TO THE PURCHASE OF FERTILIZER USED IN THE BOMB, THEY'RE LINKING NICHOLS TO MCVEIGH, LINKING TERRY NICHOLS TO ANTI-GOVERNMENT LITERATURE ..ALL THAT THEY NEED TO DO TO PROVE THEIR CASE.))
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The Defense says Nichols bought fertlizer in bulk so he could package it and sell it.
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Internet-Pedophiles


ANCHOR=Jean
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The Internet may be a great learning tool- but it can pose a threat to children.
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SUPER=03-Washington DC;


Law enforcers told Senators that pedophliles go on line looking for kids.
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((OUR INVESTIGATIVE EFFORTS HAVE SHOWN THAT PEDOPHILES OFTEN UTILIZE CHAT ROOMS TO CONTACT CHILDREN.))
SUPER=01-Steven Wiley/FBI Violent Crimes Unit;
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Police agents have posed on line to elicit responses from pedophiles.
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((THE SUBJECT INITIATED THE CONVERSATION. THE FIRST CONACT WITH JULIE J. WHO HE BELIEVED TO BE A 14 YEAR OLD GIRL. HELLO JULIE YOU MUST LOOK LOVELY NUDE. GLAD TO FIND YOU IN THIS CHAT ROOM.))
SUPER=01-Rick Potocek/FBI Special Agent;
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ANCHOR=Jean
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The FBI says children can be drawn from on line meetings into face to face encounters with sex offenders.
Agents have arrested adults who have travelled to meet "agents" thinking they were children.
Toss-2-Robin
Tosses to Robin

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When we return, we'll wrap up our series on the life of women in the Civil War,
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and we have an early word of warning for parents. Start shopping for those hot Christmas toys now if you don't want to lose a lot of sleep.
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Hot-Toys


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#=97-75
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If you wait until the day after Christmas to start your holiday shopping you may miss out on the top toys this season.
Stacey Martin has more on what's hot.
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(( Employees are stocking shelves for the Christmas rush, barely one-step ahead of youngsters' eager hands.
And what are they eager for?--a bed time buddy..
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((AARON ROBINS/WAL-MART: THIS IS SING AND SNORE ERNIE IT'S OUR MOST POPULAR
ITEM WE'VE GOT THIS YEAR. YOU SEE YOU please use nat/sot from 03.23.07

PRESS HIS HANDS AND IT SINGS FOR A WHILE AND IT'S TUMMY GOES UP AND DOWN.))
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an electronic pet..
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((IT'S AN ELECTRONIC GAME WHERE YOU TAKE CARE OF IT. YOU HAVE TO FEED IT, PLAY WITH IT, PUT IT TO SLEEP. IT CAN HAVE ANY KIND OF PROBLEM. YOU HAVE TO GIVE IT IMMUNIZATION SHOTS EVERY NOW AND THEN. IT DOES A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING.))
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And, anything to do with a yellow bear named Pooh.
Sing and Snore Ernie is the fastest seller at a rate of 60 about every half hour.
Joining Ernie as top toys are laptop computers, NASCAR hot wheels featuring racers such as Jeff Gordon and a talking, purple dinosaur.
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((BOY OH BOY, THAT'S SUPER-D-DUPER!))
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And, some toys from the Christmases gone by still lurking on the shelves include that other Sesame Street favorite--Tickle Me Elmo and Cabbage Patch Dolls.
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((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: EMPLOYEES HERE SAY PARENTS SHOULD CALL EVERYDAY OR STOP BY THE STORE TO SEE IF THE ITEMS THEY WANT ARE IN STOCK BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, THERE IS NO WAITING LIST AND THEY'RE NOT TAKING BACK ORDERS. STACEY MARTIN, NEWS 7, ROANOKE CO.))
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3-Woman's-War


ANCHOR=KEITH
NEWSCAST=SIX
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#97-83
GRAPHIC=A Woman's War


One of Bedford's most historic homes survived the Civil War and Reconstruction. Take Fullscreen A Woman's War
And as Denise Allen reports in the final part of her series A Woman's War, it's owes a lot to it's former owners.
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((MAY NINTH, THE TRAIN CAME AGAIN AT BREAKFAST TIME. NINE MISSISSIPPIANS TO BREAKFAST WITH US. ONE OF THEM ONLY 19 YEARS OLD, CAME BACK TO SHAKE HANDS WITH MAMMA AND THANK HER FOR HER KINDNESS. SAID HIS FAMILY WERE VIRGINIANS. FAN, ROSA, AND I LOOKED AT THEM FROM THE UPPER HALL WINDOW.))
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Now it's the Avenel Foundation members that watch from the window, only it's not soldiers, but tour groups that come through the front door.
Tours help support the renovation project.
The Foundation bought the home in 1985.
Until that time only two families had owned the 159 year old house.
It was Peggy Ballard Maupin's family that bought Avenel after Letitia Burwell's death in 1905.
And the Ballard Family continued the Burwell's hospitable ways.
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((PEGGY BALLARD MAUPIN/FORMER AVENEL OWNER: WE ALWAYS HAD A FULL HOUSE. SOME OF OUR NEIGHBORS AFTER THE THE STREET WAS BUILT OVER THERE SAID SHE NEVER LOOKED OUT THE DOOR THAT SOMEONE WASN'T COMING IN HERE WITH A SUITCASE OR LEAVING WITH ONE.))
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At 98, Peggy remembers her youth well.
Shortly after her family moved in they realized they were not alone.
Peggy says she saw the White Lady when she was six or seven.
She, her mother and sisters were on the porch with several guest when an uninvited one appeared.
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IN Q=WE SAW THIS

((MAUPIN: WE SAW THIS LADY COME WALKING UP THE STREET. SHE WAS DRESSED ALL IN WHITE WITH OLD FASHION CLOTHES ON AND WHEN SHE GOT TO THE BIG OAK TREE SHE DISAPPEARED AND MY MOTHER TURNED AND SAID 'DID ANY OF YOU SEE WHAT I'VE SEEN?'))
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And many of them had.
Some members of the restoration committee say they've also heard hoop skirts rustling, a woman singing and footsteps in halls.
The ghost stories still bring visitors to the house.
A nationally syndicated show dealing with ghostly happnenings taped an episode at Avenel.
And psychic investigator Debra Carvelli brings students here several times a year so they can experience the feelings that still remain from the antebellum days.
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((DEBRA CARVELLI/PSYCHIC INVESTIGATOR: SOMETIMES YOU ACTUALLY SEE GLIMPSES, IT JUST DEPENDS ON THE CIRCUMSTANCES, THE TIME OF DAY.))
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But no one knows for sure who the lady in white is.
But it's the history behind the house that the foundation tries to keep alive with its tours.
They say this Bedford County family is part of the fabric that binds this country together.
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SOT avenel 10/28/97 1 19:06:03
IN Q=YOU TAKE ALL

((SUSAN OVERSTREET/AVENEL FOUNDATION: YOU TAKE ALL THE ORDINARY PEOPLE AND THAT'S WHO WE ARE. IT'S IMPORTANT WE APPRECIATE WHAT OUR FORE-FATHERS DID FOR US AND WE TALK ABOUT IT BECAUSE WE LOSE A PART OF OURSELVES IF WE DON'T.))
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And historians say that's what Letitia Burwell left with her writings and Kate with her sketches--a glimpse of the past through their eyes as history was actually happening.
Denise Allen News 7.))

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Coming up next
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we'll tell you why John Warner is the centerfold of a national magazine.
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Warner


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-77
GRAPHIC=John Warner


Virginia's senior senator lands on "George" magazine's best- dressed list.
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SUPER=@file;


70-year old John Warner has had his clothes made by a Richmond tailor since he was first elected in 1978.
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((BARRY ZELL/SEN. WARNER'S TAILOR: FOR MOST PEOPLE I GUESS THEY CAN TELL THE DIFFERENCE I GUESS BETWEEN GOOD AND BAD. BUT THEN SOMEONE WITH REALLY GOOD TASTE THEN DEFINES AND SEPARATES GOOD FROM BETTER, AND BETTER FROM BEST. AND HE LIKES BEST.))
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But the tailor says Warner popped in last week to brag "his girlfriend" Barbara Walters was the cover girl of this month's "George," and HE was the centerfold.
So is his fashion savvy a vanity thing?
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((I DON'T THINK SO. I DON'T THINK SO. I THINK HE JUST KNOW'S WHAT'S RIGHT AND WHAT'S WRONG AND HE DOES WHAT'S RIGHT.))
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The magazine urges freshman congressmen to take note of the "Virginia Squire."
SUPER=@file;


But there's also a caution for Governor George Allen -- bolo ties earned Colorado's governor a spot among the WORST- dressed this month.
That caution could also be extended to a man who'll be in the public eye much more now -- and has some formal occasions coming up.
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Stay with us, when we return Steve Mason will have all tonight's high school football scores.
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S-Fleming


ANCHOR=Steve
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TAPE#=S7-10
GRAPHIC=PH/Fleming


Patrick Henry beat William Fleming 22-18 tonight. Pulaski's victory over Cave Spring means the Colonels and the Cougars tie for the Roanoke Valley District championship.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Patriots vs. Colonels; :00


Leading six-nothing; Fleming's Sherman Lea hits a wide open Scott Bird on this 11 yard touchdown pass and the Colonels were out in front 12-zip.
But Patrick Henry's James Hickenbotham took over. This 46 yard TD gallop gave PH a 15-12 advantage. Both Hickenbotham and Fleming's Lee Suggs reached 2 thousand yards on the season but the patriots reclaim the Noel C. Taylor Cup with a 22-18 win.
SUPER=03-Pulaski/Knights vs. Cougars;


Before the Pulaski/Cave Spring game; Lee Cook, the Pulaski player who died recently; had his jersey retired.
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((REGINIA COOK/LEE'S MOM:))
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S-Byrd


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=FB97-1
GRAPHIC=Blacksburg/Byrd


William Byrd is in the playoffs for the first time in 13 years after topping Blacksburg tonight.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Vinton/Terriers vs. Indians; :00


On the second play; Byrd quarterback Josh Wheeler calls on his work horse OJ Thomason. he bursts up the left side for a 39 yard touchdown run. 7-nothing Terriers.
SUPER=34-William Byrd/31/Blacksburg/15;

Then; with 2 minutes left in the first quarter; Thomason does the dirty work again and Byrd beats Blacksburg by 16.
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S-Bath


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=FB97-2
GRAPHIC=Bath/Parry McCluer


Parry McCluer, Bath County and Covington end the season in a three way Pioneer District tie.
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SUPER=03-Buena Vista/Chargers vs. Fighting Blues; :00


Fightting Blues against bath. In the third quarter; Blues leading 20-to-6.
Parry McCluer Q-B Eric Catlett is looking to extend that lead and finds
SUPER=34-Parry McCluer/26/Bath Co./14;

John Miller. Miller beats the coverage and finds the zone.
A turnover gives the Chargers the ball at the Blues' 15, Brandon Woodard cuts across the field to the opposite sideline and motors for the score. But Parry McCluer tops Bath.
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S-Score


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
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Soggy highlights from 11 other games on tonights FFE menu; lets get your appetite revved up with the numbers.
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WIPE TO BOARDS!!!!
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STEVE WILL TOSS TO MIKE BACK IN THE NEWS ROOM!!!!!!! ffe
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p.m./Brookville/10/Rustburg/6/Jefferson Forest/13/Heritage/12;
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SUPER=55-Bassett/8/Magna Vista/15/Chatham/18/Altavista/43/Ft.

Chiswell/14/Narrows/22;
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SUPER=55-Glenvar/26/Covington/30/Pocahontas/6/Galax/24/Blacksburg/15/Wm.

Byrd/31


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SUPER=55-Halifax Co./0/G.W. Danville/70/Salem/27/Rockbridge

Co./7/Northside/28/Lord Botetourt/7;
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SUPER=55-Alleghany/7/Christiansburg/14/Martinsville/27/Patrick

Co./29/Tunstall/24/Gretna/6;
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SUPER=55-Cave Spring/28/Pulaski Co./31/Patrick Henry/22/Wm. Fleming/18/Floyd

Co./35/Grayson Co./34;
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SUPER=55-Tazewell/3/Carroll Co./56/Harrisonburg/12/R.E.Lee/0/Wm.

Campbell/33/Dan River/7;
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SUPER=55-Radford/55/Auburn/21/E.C. Glass/No/Amherst Co./Rpt./John

Battle/15/Rural Retreat/42;
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SUPER=55-Giles Co./No/Shawsville/Rpt./Fieldale-Col./No/Laurel

Park/Rpt./Appomattox/13/Staunton River/21;
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Sports Tease


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we will head to the ice for highligths from the Express/Bombers game when sports returns,
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and tell you about a little NBA player who was involved in a big trade today.
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S-Extra


ANCHOR=Steve
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Roanoke College basketball legend Gene Studebaker died Thursday. He was a member of the maroons famous "Five Smart Boys" and player at RC from 1937 to 1939.
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SUPER=75-Roanoke; :00


In NBA news; The Charlotte Hornets traded Muggsy Bogues today. So, of this threesome: Dell Curry, Tony Delk and Mugssy; only Curry remains. Delk was also involved in the trade to the Golden State Warriors. Curry is now the only original Hornet still with Charlotte. Bogues, who ranks as the NBA's all time best in assists to turnover ratio; and Delk were traded for guard BJ Armstrong.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#=ICE-98
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The Express fought off a fast Dayton start to shell the Bombers 5-3. Roanoke is now 5 and 1 and a perfect 4 and OH at the Round House.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Bombers vs. Express; :00


Welcome back Matt O'dette. some muscle the Express can use!
Dayton's Steve Roberts opened the game up at the end of the first with two goals 8 seconds a part that put the Bombers up 2-nothing.
But the Express exploded in the the second. Watch Todd Norman give to Chris
SUPER=34-Roanoke/5/Dayton/3;

Lipsett...back to Norman. The shot is deflected right to J.F Tremblay who barriers the biscuit and we are tied at 2.
Less than a minute later... Chris Fess and Kris cantu on the vintage 2 on 1. cantu goes top shelf and the Express win by 2. Now here's the numbers.
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S-Numbers


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wipe to scores
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WIPE TO BOARDS
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SUPER=0096-j/Cleveland/96//Boston/92///j/Seattle/99//Indiana/93///;
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SUPER=0096-/Chicago/78/j/Atlanta/87///j/Orlando/89//Detroit/84///;
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S-College


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#=none
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In college football, VMI plays host to Appalachian State tomorrow at 1pm on Alumni Field.
SS=Liberty


In a 1:30 start; Liberty plays Norfolk State at Price Stadium in Norfolk.
SS=JMU


James Madison is on the road at Northeastern in a 12:30 kick off.
SS=Ferrum


In division III; Ferrum travels to Frostburg State,
SS=Washington & Lee


and Washington & Lee battles Emory & Henry in Emory at 1:30.

S-Tech


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#=TF97-1
GRAPHIC=Big East


The Big East schdedule is also filled with late season drama,
SS=Tech


20th ranked Virginia Tech faces conference foe Miami at lane Stadium in a 6:10 kickoff.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00


Tech is coming off an impressive win over UAB and faces a Miami team that has won four straight and three consecutive conference battles.
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((FRANK BEAMER/VA. TECH HEAD COACH:)) ((RYAN CLEMENT/MIAMI QUARTERBACK:))
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SUPER=01-Ryan Clement/Miami Quarterback; :17
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S-UVA


ANCHOR=Steve
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It's a huge football weekend in the ACC. 3rd ranked Florida meets 5th ranked North Carolina tomorrow.
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Virginia's opponent; Georgia Tech, has suffered two straight losses to the Seminoles and the Tarheels.
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But the rambling reck almost beat UNC; losing 16-13. The Yellow jackets schedule is ranked 9th toughest in the nation and GT has the talent to run with the big boys.
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Kick off at Scott stadium in Charlottesville is set for 3:30. Forecasts
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