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Even as tire making machinery is shipped from Danville to Mexico- -southside business and political leaders are urging Goodyear and the local rubber workers to reconsider their decision on a "continuous" work schedule.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And the kids won't admit they do drugs, but they all KNOW somebody who does.
We'll sit in on a gathering of high school students where they talked about a "dirty little secret." Sports-head
ANCHOR=Roy


And in sports, It's the first week of the High School regional playoffs U-V-A has a big conference game this weekend.
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And rain has postponed qualifying for Sunday's race in Atlanta that will decide the Winston Cup Points champion.
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WX-Head
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The rain moves out, cold air slips in and flurries will follow. The weekend weather story is coming up...

Goodyear


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-70
GRAPHIC=Goodyear


Danville community leaders are trying to smooth over the soured relations between Goodyear management and union members.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


One week ago the union rank and file voted AGAINST mandatory Sunday shifts.
Now Goodyear says it will no longer invest in the Danville plant.
Today the company shipped a tire machine to Mexico -- because that plant WILL work seven days a week.
Union vice president Archie Glass says the machine was old and dilapidated and would have been moved anyway.
Goodyear says that's not true.
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SOT 5:18:00
IN Q=The corporation

((KORI REED/PUBLIC RELATIONS: THE CORPORATION IS CONCERNED ABOUT INCREASING ITS CAPACITY FOR MEDIUM RADIAL TRUCK TIRES. HAD THE VOTE GONE TOWARD CONTINUOUS, THESE MACHINES WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN MOVED OUT OF THE DANVILLE PLANT.))
SUPER=01-Kori Reed/Goodyear Public Relations;
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OUT Q=out of the Danville plant
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VO-NAT


Local businesses are pleading with the two sides to negotiate on a seven-day work week -- before Danville loses a major employer.
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SOT 3:32:43
IN Q=Pittsylvania County

((DAVID BENNETT/PITTS. CO. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, CASWELL COUNTY, DANVILLE AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS ARE ALL AT STAKE HERE. WE'RE LOOKING AT TAKING A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF PAYROLL OUT OF THE AREA PLUS THE JOBS THAT ARE LOST.))
SUPER=01-David Bennett/Chamber of Commerce;
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OUT Q=that are lost
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So far Goodyear has announced no layoffs at its Danville plant.
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Teen-Suicide


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#97-69
GRAPHIC=None


Teenagers are trying to teach their peers about the dangers of doing drugs.
When speaker Katie Weddington asked students at James River High School today how many of them did drugs, no hands went up.
But when she asked how many knew someone who did drugs, just about every hand in the auditorium was raised.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;


She calls it a dirty little secret...one that her son had.
One that killed him last year.
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SOT 2:55:34
IN Q=Brian's death

((KATIE WEDDINGTON:BRIAN'S DEATH WAS A WASTE. IT SHOULDN'T HAVE BEEN AND SO MANY OTHER CHILDREN ARE DYING WASTEFULLY LIKE THIS EVERY YEAR. PERSONALLY IT HAS HELPED ME AND I HOPE THAT IF IN EACH ONE OF THESE GROUPS IT REACHES ONE KID, IT'S WORTH WHILE.))
SUPER=07-Katie Weddington;
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OUT Q=worth while
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VO-NAT


Brian Mitchell died after drinking antifreeze in an apparent attempt to get high.
Students wore yellow ribbons today in remembrance of teens who have taken their own lives.
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State-Revenue


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-76
GRAPHIC=Virginia State Seal


Good news was heaped on top of good news about the state's economy today.
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SUPER=03-Richmond;


And Virginia's newly- elected leaders showed up to find out what it meant for them.
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IN Q=The economy

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: THE ECONOMY IN VIRGINIA AND NATIONALLY DID NOT MODERATE AS MUCH AS EXPECTED LAST YEAR. INSTEAD THE ECONOMY CONTINUED TO GROW AND EXPAND BEYOND ALMOST EVERYONE'S EXPECTATIONS.))
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In fact, the Governor says Virginia's economy is now expected to grow at an annual rate of about 7-point-9 percent over the next few years.
That's up from last year's projection of 7-point-2 percent.
And it's good news for Governor- elect Jim Gilmore, who based his "no car tax" pledge on growth of just 6-point-5 percent.
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SOT 07:01:48
IN Q=It's clear

((JIM GILMORE/GOVERNOR-ELECT: IT'S CLEAR THAT THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN. THAT THEY INTEND TO HAVE THIS TAX RELIEF AND I INTEND TO GIVE IT TO THEM.))
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The Gilmore team now says it's open to phasing in the car tax cut over FOUR years instead of five.
The Allen administration says it's waiting to hear more specifics from Gilmore while drawing up a new two year budget to be released in December.

Ice-Palace


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-79
GRAPHIC=None


Plans for a Grand Opening melted this morning at one of Roanoke's newest businesses.
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The Ice Palace was set to open today, but a power surge shut down compressors overnight.
That allowed the ice to melt and left employees trying to regroup.
Developer Allan Harvie says it was a disappointment, but not a serious setback.
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SOT 12:18:14
IN Q=Ironically

((ALLAN HARVIE/ICE RINK DEVELOPER: IRONICALLY IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME IT'S HAPPENED. IN MY VERY FIRST RINK THAT I BUILT IN RICHMOND, TWO DAYS BEFORE WE OPENED ALMOST JUST LIKE THIS, THE SAME THING HAPPENED. SO IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME, SO MAYBE THAT'S WHY YOU HAVE TO SIT BACK AND SAY MAYBE WE'LL MAKE IT THROUGH.))
SUPER=01-Allan Harvie/Ice Rink Developer;
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OUT Q=make it through.
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It about takes about 24 hours to prepare the ice, but by midday the rink was beginning to re-freeze... and Harvie was predicting a revised opening of noon Saturday.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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As it plots a new path for its high voltage powerline, American Electric Power employees flip the switch on political campaign contributions? That story coming up on News 7 at Six.
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and an old house has seen better days in Lynchburg--but it may have a bright future tied to the black community's past.
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Halifax-Bus


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


The mother of a teenager beaten up on a Halifax County school bus says one of the accused attackers is getting off the hook too easily.
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14-year-old Chris Easley allegedly attacked 15-year-old Daniel Morris on the school bus last month.
13-year-old Larry Easley and a 17-year-old cousin then forced their way onto the bus and joined in the beating.
The charges against Larry Easley have been reduced from a felony -- to assault and battery.
The victim's mother says that's nothing more than a slap on the wrist.
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((KATHY MORRIS: IF JUST THE TWO BOYS ON THE BUS -- MY SON AND THE EASLEY BOY -- HAD FOUGHT, I MEAN, THAT HAPPENS. YOU KNOW, KIDS FIGHT. BUT WHEN THE OTHER TWO JOINED IN HTEY GOT THE CHILD ON THE FLOOR AND THEY KICKED HIM IN HIS FACE. THEY LITERALLY LEFT FOOTPRINTS IN HIS STOMACH WHERE THEY STOMPED HIM. DANIEL MORRIS: HOW WOULD THE JUDGE FEEL IF IT WERE HIS SON ON A SCHOOL BUS THAT GOT JUMPED ON BY THREE KIDS?))
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Kathy Morris says rather than ride the school bus, both Daniel and an older sister are now studying at home.
Chris Easley and his older cousin still face trial for felony charges. They would not comment.
Judge Frank Slayton did not return phone calls seeking some reasoning for his decision to reduce the charges against Larry Easley.
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2-AEP


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-68
GRAPHIC=AEP


Federal law prohibits American Electric Power from making corporate donations to politicians.
But the EMPLOYEES of the company that wants to build a 765- kilovolt power line through the New River Valley into Roanoke can -- and have -- contributed thousands of dollars individually to candidates.
Teresa Hamilton reports.
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((Since the beginning of this year, A-E-P managers have contributed more than 15- thousand dollars to a wide range of state candidates.
Delegate Jim Shuler, who took in 800- dollars, says contributions have NOTHING to do with his position.
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IN Q=It's not

((DEL. JIM SHULER/D- MONTGOMERY CO.: IT'S NOT MY CORRIDOR, IT'S NOT MY UTILITY, BUT, IT'S INCUMBENT UPON ME AS A LEGISLATOR TO MAKE SURE THAT SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA, INDEED, HAS THE ELECTRICAL UTILITIES IT NEEDS FOR ALL THE 76- THOUSAND PEOPLE WITHIN MY DISTRICT. ))
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OUT Q=my district.


Others receiving money include Delegate Chip Woodrum of Roanoke, Senator Jack Reasor of Tazewell County, and House Democratic leader Dick Cranwell of Vinton-- all representing areas affected by or in close proximity to the proposed power line.
House Speaker Tom Moss of Norfolk, House Republican Leader Vance Wilkins of Amherst County, and Senate Finance Committee Co-Chairman John Chichester of Stafford County also got contributions.
And, while THEY don't represent areas directly impacted by the proposed line-- they do wield power in Richmond.
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SOT
IN Q=They think

((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM/D-ROANOKE: THEY THINK IT HELPS, I CAN'T SAY IT HELPS PARTICULARLY, BECAUSE USUALLY YOU LOOK AT THE UNDERLYING NATURE OF AN ISSUE, AND TO TRY TO MAKE YOUR DECISION ))
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OUT Q=your decision.
Whatever the case---


Radford University professor Vincent Hazleton says companies have been giving cash to politicians for years.
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3:36:54
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IN Q=I don't

((VINCENT HAZLETON:I DON'T THINK ANYBODY EXPECTS, 250, 500, OR A THOUSAND DOLLARS TO PUT A POLITICIAN IN YOUR POCKET, BUT CERTAINLY, THEY'RE GOING TO SAY, GEE, IF THEY GAVE, THEY'RE INTERESTED, THEY'RE CONCERNED, I OUGHT TO LISTEN.))
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OUT Q=to listen.


A-E-P spokesman, Tom Ayres, basically agrees.
He says the company's employees are essentially looking for politicians who're sympathetic.
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13:07:16
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IN Q=We are,

((TOM AYRES/AEP SPOKESMAN: WE ARE, FRANKLY, INTERESTED IN MAINTAINING OR FOSTERING, YOU KNOW, WHAT WE CONSIDER A GOOD BUSINESS CLIMATE AND PROMOTING OUR SERVICE AREA. ))
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OUT Q=your decision.


AEP has also given money to Congressional candidates through corporate PACs.
Those on the receiving end include Senator John Warner who sits on the "Forestry" and "Environment and Public Work's" committees.
Congressman Bob Goodlatte who serves on the "Agriculture" Committee.
Senator Chuck Robb who sits on the Joint Economic Committee.
Former Congressman L-F Payne who used to serve on the "House Ways and Means Committee".
And Congressman Virgil Goode who serves on Agriculture and Small Business.
But Congressman Rick Boucher has historically been opposed to AEP's plan for a high voltage line.
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IN Q=I suspect

((REP. RICK BOUCHER/D-ABINGDON:I SUSPECT THAT OVER THE COURSE OF MY SERVICE IN CONGRESS, AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY HAS CONTRIBUTED SMALL AMOUNTS TO MY CAMPAIGN, THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN VERY SMALL AMOUNTS AND PROBABLY A VERY LONG TIME AGO BECAUSE THE TRUTH OF THE MATTER IS, THE UTILITY IS NOT PARTICULARLY HAPPY WITH MY POSITION ON THE QUESTION. ))
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TAKE SU
Despite all the dollars and any good will it might generate, permission to build the 765- kilovolt line does not directly lie with any of the lawmakers.
It's up to the State Corporation Commission-- a three judge panel that's appointed by the General Assembly.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
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Both the Hong Kong and the Brazilian stock markets rebounded sharply today, helping to push U-S stocks higher. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
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Legacy-Museum


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-75
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg Seal


Plans are moving forward to establish a black history museum for the city of Lynchburg.
Organizers have a prospective site, but now they need money to renovate it, and artifacts to go inside.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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IN Q=It's not much
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SUPER=01-Joe Berryman/Legacy Project; :49
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(( It's not much to look at now, but there are some who feel this 100- year- old home on Monroe Street in Lynchburg still has a lot to offer.
The Lynchburg Neighorhood Development Foundation bought the house for 95- hundred dollars.. and found that it was too big a project for a low-income homeowner to take on.
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SOT 3:04:56
IN Q=This is an

((LAURA DUPUY/LNDF DIRECTOR: THIS IS AN OLD HOUSE. A LOT OF PAINT'S GOING TO HAVE TO BE TAKEN CARE OF, SLATE ROOF, THIS IS AN EXPENSIVE HOUSE TO MAINTAIN AND WE THOUGHT WE WANTED TO GET IN SOME SERVICE INDUSTRY OR PERHAPS ANOTHER NON- PROFIT.))
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OUT Q=another non-profit.


Enter the Legacy Project, which was instrumental in placing this civil rights mural in City Hall, and which jumped at the chance to take over the house on Monroe Street.
It's located right next to the Old City Cemetery where many of Lynchburg's prominent black citizens are buried.
Now the search is on for artifacts and memoribilia which can tell the story of the city's black history.
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SOT 3:44:18
IN Q=There is enough

((JOE BERRYMAN/THE LEGACY PROJECT: THERE IS ENOUGH HERE, BUT THERE IS NOT CLEARINGHOUSE FOR IT, AND IT'S NOT ACCENTUATED ENOUGH, AND THERE'S NOT A BRINGING TOGETHER ALL OF IT TO A CENTRAL PLACE WHERE PERSONS CAN HAVE IT BROUGHT BACK TO THEIR MEMORY AND ACTUALLY SEE IT IN PLACE AS WELL.))
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OUT Q=place as well.


Berryman estimates it could cost as much as a 100- thousand dollars to properly renovate the building.
Fund- raising will get underway with a reception at the home next week.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, It's regional playoff night in High School Football.
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And the Virginia Cavaliers talk about a big conference game against N.C. State this weekend.
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S-Live


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6PM
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB97-4
GRAPHIC=NONE


Our Friday Football extra crews will out and about covering a number of games tonight.
Northside is at Salem for the Region Three Divsion Four semi-finals.
Double Boxes=Roy and Steve/Microwave


Steve Mason joins us from Salem for a pregame report on two old rivals who know each other well.
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S-FFE


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6PM
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-3
GRAPHIC=FFE LOGO


Only one game has been postponed tonight on our Friday football schedule. It's the William Byrd game at Heritage.
Here's where the rest of the area teams are playing in the Regional Semi-finals tonight and Saturday.
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ANCHOR=Roy
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We'll have highlights of nine of those games tonight on Friday Football Extra.

S-UVA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VF97-2
GRAPHIC=UVa football


The Virginia Cavaliers are in Raleigh tomorrow for a noon showdown with the North Carolina State Wolfpack.
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SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Yellow Jackets vs. Cavaliers; :00


Virginia is coming off a 35-31 back and forth win over Georgia Tech and can secure a bowl bid with a win against a 4 and 5 Wolfpack team that is a lot better than it's record indicates.
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((GEORGE WELSH/UVA HEAD COACH:))
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SUPER=03-Raleigh/Terrapins vs. Wolfpack;


N.C. State has 5 conference losses but it's offense has not sputtered; registering nearly 1000 yards of total offense in it's last two games. Jamie Barnett will be the second straight passing and running threat that Cavs have faced.
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IN Q="Barnett

((ANTHONY POINDEXTER/UVA CO-CAPTAIN:))
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-38
GRAPHIC=Atlanta Logo


Winston Cup race fans will have to wait another day for qualifying for Sunday's NAPA 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Rain washed out today's time trials.
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SUPER=03-Hampton, GA; :00


But hopefully the weather will be better on Sunday when Jeff Gordon tries to hold off Dale Jarrett and Mark Martin and win the points championship.
1988 champion Bill Elliott says Gordon's 77 point lead isn't safe.
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((BILL ELLIOTT/1998 WINSTON CUP CHAMPION:))
SUPER=01-Bill Elliott/1988 Winston Cup Champion; :00
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OUT Q=...IN THE BAG."
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=ATLANTA


Gordon needs only to finish 18th to lock up the title. Wx-Tape
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Promo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=
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That's News 7 at Six. Coming up later tonight,
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a city ordinance is causing quite a stir on the City Market in downtown Roanoke.
The ordinance makes it illegal to sit on tables in the market area--but some young people claim it's meant to keep non-professionals out of downtown.
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Talent=Keith

by Friday Football Extra. Jean Jadhon will have that story and more tonight on News 7 at 11, followed