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1-News-Head

ANCHOR=Keith

Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX:
Pink slips go out from Goodyear in Danville.
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VO-NAT


A metal coffin that dates back to the mid-19th century may mark the burial plot of some well-to-do Big Lick residents.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=None


And the sexual harassment case against Doctor Presley. We'll hear from the fired V-A director himself tonight. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, the state quarterfinals are on tap for girl's high school hoops tonight, the Hokies are looking to make some back-to-back-to-back magic at Pitt.
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VO-NAT eng#


And a man the Hokies know well, Nebraska coach Tom Osborne is having some heart problems this week.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


Except for some passing clouds tomorrow, all is fair with a gentle warm up as well.

Goodyear


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-80
GRAPHIC=Goodyear


Goodyear is slashing 100 jobs from its Danville plant.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape;


That means layoffs for some, but others are jumping ship by taking early retirement packages instead.
Union workers recently refused to work mandatory Sunday shifts, so Goodyear says it is no longer investing in the plant.
Communications manager Kori Reed says if the union had agreed to a seven day continuous schedule, Goodyear would be hiring now.
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SOT 6:47:58
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((KORI REED/COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER: IF THE VOTE HAD GONE YES... 300 JOBS))
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VO-NAT


Union leaders have refused to comment but they plan to hold a board meeting tomorrow.
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L'burg-Death


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-77
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


Central Virginia's regional homicide squad is investigating last night's murder of an elderly Lynchburg man.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg


72- year- old Samuel Junius York was found dead in his home at the Walden Pond apartment complex around 9:30.
Police would not release any details except to say York had been stabbed to death.
Fourteen detectives have been assigned to the case.
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**Live Dissolve to Fullscreen*
York's car is still missing.. it's a burgundy 1993 two- door Lexus Coupe with Virginia plates L-Z-Z 9-2-3.
Anyone with information about the crime is asked to contact Lynchburg police.
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City-Graves


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#97-71
GRAPHIC=Roanoke City Seal


After eight days of digging, the city of Roanoke has unearthed a gravesite in an undeveloped part of the city's industrial park.
If scientific tests prove what the city suspects, the family buried there died more than 100 years ago.
Scott Goldberg has more.
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SUPER=01-Claude Carter/Attorney; 14
SUPER=@Scott1; 1:11
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OUT Q=Scott Goldberg, News-7

(( Before making any plans to develop a big hill in Roanoke's industrial park, the city thought it had better check out a rumor.
Or more like a legend kept alive by distant relatives of a family that once raised horses here.
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SOT 01:04:11
IN Q=AS THE RUMOR

((CLAUDE CARTER/ATTORNEY: AS THE RUMOR PERSISTED THE CITY FELT IT SHOULD DO ADDITIONAL WORK, WHICH IT DID. ))
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OUT Q= WHICH IT DID


The city hired attorney Claude Carter to help investigate.
And by the time excavation ended two weeks ago, this is who they think they found: pre pro
Wealthy horse owner Yelverton Oliver, on the right here, and the remains of 10 of his relatives.
Oliver died in 18-57, and inspectors suspect he was buried in this metal casket -- a burial rite reserved for the rich.
Oliver's descendants are reportedly relieved to know his suspected remains have been exhumed.
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SOT 1:04:28
IN Q=They're pleased

((THEY'RE PLEASED THEY WERE LOCATED -- THAT WHAT THEY UNDERSTOOD ABOUT THEIR ANCESTORS TURNED OUT TO BE REAL.))
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OUT Q=TO BE REAL


After scientists look over the remains, they'll be laid to rest -- again -- this time in Roanoke County's Mountain View cemetery.
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IN Q=

((THE MAN WHO NOW LIVES IN THE OLIVERS' OLD HOUSE HAS STAYED IN TOUCH WITH THE FAMILY'S RELATIVES. HE SAYS EVEN THOUGH SCIENTISTS MAY NOT EVER KNOW FOR SURE THE OLIVERS WERE BURIED HERE, HE KNOWS THEIR NEW RESTING PLACE IS BETTER THAN THIS COW PASTURE. SCOTT GOLDBERG, NEWS-7.))
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Presley


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-70
GRAPHIC=John Presley


Former V-A Director John Presley today flatly denied ever kissing any employee on the mouth.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke


In testimony today, Doctor Presley refuted the accounts of sexual harassment that women had related to the court.
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SOT 12:48:00
IN Q=

((DID YOU HEAR THE ONE YESTERDAY WHO SAID I PULLED MY CHAIR UP CLOSE TO HER? I DIDN'T TOUCH HER, I WAS CLOSE TO HER. SHE NEVER TOLD ME SHE FELT UNCOMFORTABLE. ))
SUPER=01-John Presley/Former Medical Center Director
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SOT 12:45:05
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((ONE OF THE STRANGEST THINGS OF ALL IS NO ONE HAS EVER BROUGHT SEXUAL HARASSMENT CHARGES AGAINST ME.))
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OUT Q=charges against me.

* * * Keith on ENG * * *
Presley believes he would have been cleared if the charges had been leveled individually, rather than by Veterans Affairs hearing panels.
Presley believes his assistant, William Delamater, solicited complaints from women.
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SOT 12:46:20
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((BILL DELAMATER WAS JUST A LITTLE STOOGE THAT HAPPENED TO BE MY ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR WHO WANTED MY JOB.))
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* * * Keith on ENG * * *
Presley says the allegations arose after he wrote to the Attorney General when V-A lawyers refused to back him in his handling of a man in the Engineering Department who was beating up his employees.
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SOT 12:46:35
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((WHEN DELAMATER STARTED TO UNDERMINE ME, HE KNEW HE WOULD GET SUPPORT FROM HEADQUARTERS, AND HE DID, MASSIVE SUPPORT.))
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OUT Q=massive support
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=John Presley


A ruling is expected by the end of the year.
Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


They want to get off welfare but they can't find a job and child care that are compatible. Coming up on News 7 at Six we continue our look at welfare reform in the Roanoke Valley.
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VO-NAT


and it's been a mainstay of Roanoke's City Market--but this will be the last holiday shopping season for one store.
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ANCHOR=Robin

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House-Changes


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-75
GRAPHIC=Virginia State Seal


Virginia's part-time legislature reconvenes in eight weeks.
But two weeks after election day, NO one in Richmond knows who'll be sitting the in key chairs in the House of Delegates.
Ellen Qualls has a preview.
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SOT
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SUPER=01-Scott Leake/Joint Republican Caucus; :26
SUPER=01-Bob Holsworth/VCU Political Analyst; :32
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(( sot standup 14:33:16

(( You remember the game: musical chairs.
Well the music stops in Richmond on January 14th, when Virginia's lower chamber reconvenes to decide who sits in it's most important chair-- that of the Speaker of the House.))
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This month's elections left Democrats with a one vote majority in the 100 member House -- their slimmest hold on power this century.
And speculation on the political leanings of current Democrats like Lionell Spruill of Chesapeake is daily fodder.
sot 14:07:24

((SCOTT LEAKE: IT'S REALLY VOLATILE. A LOT OF DIFFERENT PEOPLE HAVE A LOT OF DIFFERENT IDEAS AS TO WHAT SHOULD BE DONE.))
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sot 08:42:39

((BOB HOLSWORTH/VCU POLITICAL ANALYST: IF THE REPUBLICANS ARE ABLE TO SWITCH A DEMOCRAT OR TWO, AND ARE SUCCESSFUL IN BEING ABLE TO THROW THE SPEAKERSHIP UP FOR GRABS. AND IN FACT SOME OF THE RUMORS RIGHT NOW SAY PUT THE SPEAKERSHIP IN THE HANDS OF AN INDEPENDENT, LIKE LACEY PUTNEY, THEN THAT WOULD REALLY BE A SEA CHANGE IN THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES.))
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But Democrats say don't expect House Speaker Tom Moss to give up power when he doesn't have to.
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((THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES HAS BEEN ORGANIZED IN SUCH A WAY THAT EVEN A SLIM MAJORITY FOR THE DEMOCRATS IN NUMBERS IN THE HOUSE, IN OVERALL NUMBERS, TRANSLATES INTO A VERY SIGNIFICANT GOVERNING MAJORITY.))
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That's largely because of the enormous power of the Speaker.
He appoints all committee members and then assigns bills to friendly or less than friendly committees.
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((SCOTT LEAKE: CURRENTLY, THE DEMOCRAT MAJORITY KEEPS TO ITSELF MOST OF THE CHOICE POSITIONS.))
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sot 08:45:10

((BOB HOLSWORTH: I THINK IN FACT MOST VIRGINIA VOTERS WOULD PROBABLY BE FAIRLY SURPRISED TO UNDERSTAND THE RULES OF OPERATION OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES.))
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Some of those rules may be revised in January.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

2-Welfare


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#97-73
GRAPHIC=Second Chance at Success

**Note Anchor Tag**
Finding quality child care that's affordable is an issue for many working mothers.
But it's especially frustrating for one welfare recipient who's been unable to keep a steady job, because she lacks day care for her children. Take Fullscreen Second Chance at Success
Kimberly McBroom has the story in part two of our series on the changes to Virginia's welfare system, "A Second Chance at Success."
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SUPER=07-Stephanie Brown-Webb; :17
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SUPER=01-Sandra Carol/Greenvale Nursery School; 2:02
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OUT Q=McBroom, News 7

(( We first introduced you to Stephanie Brown- Webb over a month ago, when welfare reform took effect statewide.
She was looking for work then-- and is still looking now.
Brown- Webb's been on assistance off and on for five years, but she's quick to dispel the myth of "welfare mothers."
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SOT tape 9 10:42:29

((STEPHANIE BROWN-WEBB: MORE PEOPLE NEED TO TAKE A LOOK AND STOP STIGMATIZING PEOPLE ON ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS, BECAUSE THEY'RE NOT JUST SITTING AROUND IN THE HOUSE, WATCHING SOAP OPERAS ALL DAY, SIPPING ON SODAS, LAYING IN BED, DOING NOTHING. ))
RUNS=:12


Brown- Webb has done a lot.
The mother of two small children has already completed TAP's job training program.
But her past work record also reveals extensive technical experience.
The army veteran says she's worked at such companies as Valcom and I-T-T.
In fact, she says social services can't help her now BECAUSE her background is so varied.
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SOT tape 9 10:40:38

((STEPHANIE BROWN-WEBB: I'VE PUT IN APPLICATIONS EVERYWHERE. I'VE COVERED ROANOKE. I'VE BEEN TRYING TO GET BACK ON AT I-T-T. I DON'T KNOW IF THAT'S GOING TO COME THROUGH OR NOT. BUT THINGS ARE LOOKING UP. BUT IN SOME WAYS, THEY'RE STILL THE SAME. ))
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STANDUP HERE
Brown- Webb's problems began when she was laid off from I-T-T.
Her bad luck snowballed when she lost her job at Valcom because she couldn't find child care that was compatible with her work schedule.
In fact, finding and maintaining affordable child care is a dilemma MANY welfare recipients are facing. END STANDUP HERE

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SOT tape 3 0:51:57

((CORRINNE GOTT/ROANOKE SOCIAL SERVICES: WHEN PEOPLE WORK AT MINIMUM WAGE AND HAVE TO PAY DAY CARE FOR 18- MONTH- OLDS TO FIVE OR SIX, AND ON WHEN THEY REACH SCHOOL AGE, AFTER SCHOOL, AND BEFORE SCHOOL DAY CARE, THEN A LARGE CHUNK OF THEIR EARNINGS GOES FOR DAY CARE. AND THAT IS WHY WE HAVE SO MANY FAMILIES IN POVERTY. ))
RUNS=:25


Brown-Webb's three year- old son is on the waiting list for day care through TAP.
Many low- income families receive affordable child care at Greenvale Nursery School in northwest Roanoke.
The United Way agency operates on a sliding fee scale, with costs ranging from 43 to 110- dollars a week.
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SOT tape 8 22:54:56

((SANDRA CAROL/GREENVALE NURSERY SCHOOL: AND SO, THE SLIDING FEE SCALE IS VERY NECESSARY TO KEEP THESE FAMILIES FINANCIALLY SELF- SUFFICIENT AND TO KEEP THE FAMILIES TOGETHER AND GIVE THEM OPPORTUNITIES TO REALLY SUCCEED. ))
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A desire to succeed is what keeps Brown- Webb going.
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SOT tape 9 10:46:55

((STEPHANIE BROWN-WEBB: I HAVE TO SUPPLY FOR MY CHILDREN. THEY MEAN THE WORLD TO ME. AND ME, I NEVER HAVE LAID DOWN AND JUST DIED. NOTHING TAKE ME OVER. I'M GOING TO KEEP ON GOING UNTIL I SUCCEED. ))
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Kimberly McBroom, News 7.))
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TALENT=KEITH
SS=Second Chance at Success


Tomorrow, a look at how the religious community and local agencies are pitching in to help make the transition from welfare to work a little easier.



Stocks


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


After gaining for three straight sessions, the stock market pulled back today. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
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The Dow dropped 47 points to close at 76 hundred 51.
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First-Union


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=g
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=First Union


It's the biggest merger in banking history.
First Union reports it is taking over Philadelphia-based CoreStates for a reported 16-point-six BILLION dollars.
Both banks' stocks stopped trading on the New York Stock Exchange when news of the merger surfaced.
First Union confirmed the rumor just minutes ago.
The merger will create the nation's sixth-largest banking company.

Book-Strings


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tja
TAPE#97-74
GRAPHIC=None


One of the most visible stores on Roanoke's City Market is shutting its doors.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke


Books, Strings, and Things has been a downtown fixture since it opened in 19-86.
Recently the store has struggled financially--three years ago the owners filed for bankruptcy.
And downtown business leaders note several bigger bookstore chains are now making their presence known.
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IN Q=I think

((MATT KENNELL/ DOWNTOWN ROANOKE INC. PRESIDENT:I THINK THEY WERE CAUGHT IN A VERY TOUGH RETAIL ENVIRONMENT A COUPLE OF LARGE MEGA-BOOK STORES THAT HAVE OPENED UP IN THE AREA IN THE PAST YEAR OR SO THEY HAD SOME VERY STIFF COMPETITION. ))
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VO-NAT


Downtown Roanoke Inc. expects it won't take long to find a new tenant for the space.
Books Strings and Things will remain open through the end of the year.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight in sports, it's State quarterfinal night in girl's basketball with the losers heading home, Nebraska boss Tom Osborne is having some heart problems.
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VO-NAT eng#


And the Hokies are looking to avoid the Pits at PITT this weekend as they look to wrap up their third straight Big East championship.
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S-Hoops


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-19
GRAPHIC=VHSL


Several of our local teams are taking part in the Virginia High School League single and double A girls basketball quarterfinals which tip off over the next two nights.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Vinton; :00


The group 2A teams hit the hard wood tonight. 26 and 1 William Byrd is in Bassett for a
SUPER=03-Bassett;


quarterfinal match up with Lisa Black and her 23 and 3 Lady Bengals. Game time is 7pm.
Salem's win over Byrd earned the 20 and 7 Lady Spartans a home court date tonight against Grundy at 7.
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co;


The single A quarterfinal round tips off tomorrow night. Glenvar is on the road at Haysi in a 7pm game.
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S-VMI


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=VMI HOOPS


Bart Bellairs and the VMI Keydets play their home opener in hoops tonight as they host Elon College in a seven o'clock tipoff at Cameron Hall.
VMI lost it season opener at Wake Forest. We'll have some highlights for you tonight at 11.

S-Hokies


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#TF97-2
GRAPHIC=BIG EAST


The Virginia Tech Hokies can clinch at least a share of their third straight Big East title with a win this Saturday at Pittsburgh, and even though past history says the likelihood of Tech whipping the Panthers is good, no one in Blacksburg is taking anything for granted.
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SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Va. Tech Head Coach; :23
SUPER=01-Jamel Smith/Va. Tech Linebacker; :35
SUPER=01-Pierson Prioleau/Va. Tech Rover; :56
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OUT Q=...to play on Saturday."
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((History is definitely on the Hokies' side. They have never lost to PITT, winning all four matchups against the Panthers including the inaugural showdown in 1993 when touchdown Tommy Edwards led a 63-to-21 rout.
But this Panther team has already stomped Miami, and played Penn State and Syracuse tough. ((FRANK BEAMER/VA. TECH HEAD COACH:)) ((JAMEL SMITH/VA. TECH LINEBACKER:)) ((MIKE STEVENS:)) ((PIERSON PRIOLEAU/VA. TECH ROVER:))
There lips are sealed, but for a change the players should be healthy. Everyone including receiver Angelo Harrison is expected to play on Saturday.))

S-Osborne


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-3
GRAPHIC=NEBRASKA LOGO


The Nebraska Cornhuskers and Hokies got to know each other really well last year when the two met in the Orange Bowl.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Miami, FL/Last December; :00


That's why Tech and much of the rest of the college football community is hoping head coach Tom Osborne gets well soon.
He was treated for an irregular heartbeat Saturday evening, and he spent Sunday night in the hospital.
Osborne, who is 60 is doing better today. He had bypass surgery in 1985.
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S-Dolphins


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


The Miami Dolphins have moved into a first place tie with the New York Jets in the AFC East after cashing in on the Buffalo Bills last night 30 to 13. The Phins are 7 and 4 with every intention of improving.
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SOT
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((JIMMY JOHNSON/MIAMI HEAD COACH:)) ((DAN MARINO/MIAMI QUARTERBACK:))
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SUPER=01-Dan Marino/Miami Quarterback; :14 :
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OUT Q=...it's fun"
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S-Draft


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=MLB


The Arizona Diamondbacks and Tampa Bay Devil Rays are taking part in the major's expansion draft at this hour.
The teams have had two years to prepare for this moment, but so far no real big name players have been taken.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-MLB; :00


Tampa Bay selected Tony Saunders a left handed pitcher from the Marlins with the first overall selection.
Left handed pitcher Brian Anderson from Cleveland was the first player taken by the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Each team will take 35 players today. The second round of the draft begins at seven tonight with the third round picking beginning at 10.
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S-Whitaker


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-16
GRAPHIC=NONE

wipe to eng!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-Preseason; :00


And finally, the Washington Redskins host the first place Giants this weekend, but their receiving corp will be greatly depleted.
Alvin Harper, who has been a major disappointment with only 2 catches in 11 games is out at least two weeks with a strained Achilles Tendon.
But the real bad news concerns Leslie Shepherd who will miss the rest of the season after dislocating his elbow and breaking his wrist in Sunday's loss to Dallas.
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Promo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
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That's News 7 at Six.
Pat Buchanan makes an appearance tonight at Washington and Lee University.
The Conservative talk show host will weigh in on the recent republican sweep of the statewide elections. (ad lib byes) We'll have that story and more tonight on News 7 at 11.