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Coming up on News 7-
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They got it. Astronauts successfully pluck a satellite from space.
A possible break in the murder case of a 72 year old man.
We begin a series of reports on Northwest Roanoke.
And for the first time in nearly 50 years Charles Shulz is taking a break from Peanuts.
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ANCHOR=Jean


News 7 is next.

Newsbreak


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Good Evening.
Mission accomplished-
Two spacewalking astronauts have captured- a slowly spinning satellite.
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SUPER=03-Kennedy Space Center;


The satellite has been spinning out of control- The astronauts will now move the 3- thousand pound satellite into the shuttle's cargo bay.
SUPER=034-Roanoke;


Also tonight, Joe Dashiell takes a look at Northwest Roanoke- as he begins a special series of reports.
SUPER=03-San Diego/File Tape;


Say good bye to Peanuts- at least for awhile-
Charles Schultz is taking a five week leave to celebrate his 75th birthday.
Newspspaers will make do with re-runs.
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ANCHOR=Jean


Join us for News 7 at Eleven.

Shuttle


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


Mission accomplished-
Two shuttle Astronauts tonight literally reached out and grabbed a satellite.
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SUPER=04-NASA;


The crew is still in the middle of the spacewalk- These pictures are from just about an hour ago.
The satellite's been spinning in space since last week.
The Astronauts were anchored by foot restraints- They waited patiently until the satllite tilted just the right way- The with the magic of zero gravity- the two men brought in the 3-thousand pound satellite.
The satelite malfunctioned when it was released three days ago-
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L'burg-Murder


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-80
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


Lynchburg investigators may have their first break in the unsolved stabbing death of an elderly man last week.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Last Week;


72- year- old Samuel J. York was killed in his apartment one week ago.
Since then, several witnesses have reported seeing 27- year- old Kenneth Lloyd Lawson driving the victim's car.
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SOT 1:57:52
IN Q=Naturally we're

((INVEST. DANNY VIAR/LYNCHBURG POLICE: NATURALLY WE'RE INTERESTED BECAUSE HE HAS THE VICTIM'S VEHICLE, AND DEFINITELY WE WANT TO TALK TO ANYBODY THAT KNOWS THE VICTIM OR HAS HAD RECENT CONTACT WITH HIM AROUND THE TIME OF HIS DEATH. THE CAR AND THE INDIVIDUAL, MR. LAWSON, HAVE BEEN ENTERED INTO THE NATIONAL COMPUTER, SHOWING THAT THE VEHICLE IS STOLEN AND THAT WE HAVE A WARRANT ON FILE FOR HIM FOR AUTO THEFT.))
SUPER=01-Invest. Danny Viar/Lynchburg Police; :00
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OUT Q=for auto theft.
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Viar says anyone who sees the car or Lawson should call the Lynchburg police.
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Pitts-Fatal


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-87
GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident


A fatal car crash in Pittsylvania County has state police doing an in-depth investigation --
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SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co.;


Police will not say why they are paying special attention to this afternoon's accident.
A 16-year old female passenger died at the scene.
The young man who was driving is in the hospital ...
He apparently veered off Route 726 --hitting a sign and a phone box before the car overturned.
Police say there is no indication of drugs or alcohol.
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Pacesetter


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-74
GRAPHIC=Pacesetter


Some people who put new windows in their home hadn't thought about it until a telemarketer called with a convincing sales pitch.
Keith Humphry has the story of a Botetourt County couple who found the deal was more than they bargained for.
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IN Q=Vera and Norvell
SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.; :00
SUPER=01-Vera Anderson/Homeowner; :08
SUPER=01-Fran Stephanz/Better Business Bureau; 1:08
SUPER=01-Joe Casanova/Pacesetter Sales Manager; 1:30
SUPER=01-Helen Watts/Pacesetter Customer; 2:06
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(( Vera and Norvell Anderson bought their home in 1970.
However, they hadn't gotten around to putting in real windows until the Pacesetter salesman called.
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SOT 5:55:20 Vera Anderson
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((THEY WERE JUST STORM- -THE STORM WINDOW CASINGS. So, you really needed some windows? YES. But, you didn't need them this bad? NO, NOT FOR NO $27,000.))
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$27,306. That's the bottom line- -including interest and fees- -of the 10-year contract they signed with Pacesetter in February, 1996.
Even before Pacesetter tacked on finance charges, the Andersons paid about a thousand dollars a window... what typically goes for about 300-dollars apiece. 6:07:35 - [second time she says it is better] ((THEY PREY ON POOR PEOPLE AND ELDERLY PEOPLE. AND YOU GET DUPED INTO BUYING SOMETHING, THEN YOU'RE PAYING DOUBLE FOR IT.))
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The Andersons are paying 15-and-a-half percent interest on the 13 windows and doors they bought.
Pacesetter also sold them credit life insurance and credit health insurance. That added another 22-hundred dollars to the deal.
But the insurance didn't help Vera Anderson when she got sick and had to quit working.
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SOT 6:01:32
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((THEY SAID IT WAS A PRE-EXISTING CONDITION.))
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SOT 14:17:50 Fran Stephens
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((YOU'RE NOT REQUIRED BY LAW TO TAKE CREDIT LIFE OR CREDIT DISABILITY, Having once signed up, though, what do you do? YOU CAN CANCEL THAT. ))
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That would permanently reduce the monthly payment.
Pacesetter agreed to cancel the insurance premiums after NEWS 7 started looking the story of a rural African- American couple who bought a set of windows that are worth more than their home. 15:04:20 joe casanova ((YOU'RE COMING AT THIS STRICTLY AS A CONSUMER. OK. Why is that not fair? BECAUSE YOU'RE GOING ON ONE CASE, SIR. WE'VE BEEN IN THIS STATE FOR 11 YEARS NOW. WE HAVE MANY MANY MANY SATISFIED CUSTOMERS.))
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The Pacesetter salesman told the Andersons they'd get a break on their windows, if they recommended him to the neighbors.
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SOT 6:03
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((ONE NEIGHBOR DID WIND UP GETTING STORM DOORS, AND HE'S NOT HAPPY EITHER.))
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A different Pacesetter salesman called on Charlie and Helen Watts... just down the road from the Andersons.
She says they told the Pacesetter salesmen they weren't interested, didn't want to hear their salespitch. 6:56:20 ((THEY WANT TO COME AND SHOW THEIR PRODUCT ANYWAY.))
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In addition to the high-pressure sales approach, Pacesetter placed a lien on the property, a home assessed at just $17,200.
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SOT 5:59:10 Anderson
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((IF YOU'RE A COUPLE OF DAYS LATE, THEY CAN TAKE YOUR HOUSE. ))
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6:00:10 foreclosure ((THEY'RE THREATENING TO DO IT EVERYTIME I'M LATE WITH A PAYMENT.))
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Pacesetter confirms there have been collection efforts, when the Andersons fell behind in their payments-- after Vera got sick and Norvell was laid off. But nobody wants to foreclose on a house that's worth less than the face of the contract.
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SOT 15:15:40
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((THAT'S NOT PACESETTER POLICY. WE WILL NOT TAKE ANYBODY'S HOME.))
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After we started working on this story, the company told the Andersons that Pacesetter will temporarily reduce their monthly payment by 52-dollars a month. In the meantime, the total amount hasn't changed. It's just "delaying the inevitable," says Vera Anderson.
Keith Humphry NEWS 7. Toss-2-Robin
(Toss to Robin)

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ANCHOR=jja
NEWSCAST=11

SOFT MUSIC
Still to come on News 7, President Clinton wants the U-N to inspect Saddam Hussein's palace,
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and one of the Iowa septuplets suffers a setback today.
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Iraq


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Iraq


President Clinton says U-N weapons inspectors should be allowed to visit Saddam Hussein's palaces.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;


But Iraqi officials say the inspectors have no right to go into so-called presidential sites.
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16:51:19 ((THERE ARE 78 SUCH PALACES IN IRAQ. MANY OF THEM ARE HUGE COMPOUNDS, SOME OF THEM ACTUALLY ENCOMPASS MORE LAND THAN WASHINGTON D.C. DOES.)) BUTT TO 15:01:06
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((BILL RICHARDSON/U.S. AMBASSADOR TO U.N.: WHAT ARE THEY HIDING? WE THINK THERE SHOULD BE FULL ACCESS TO THESE SITES.))
SUPER=01-Bill Richardson/U.S. Ambassador to U.N.; 12 QUICK!!
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OUT Q=to these sites."
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President Clinton says if the inspectors want to visit those sites -- they should.
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Japan-Brokerage


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


The latest troubles in the Asian ecomony do affect Americans.
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SUPER=03-Tokyo, Japan;


That's the word from President Clinton after one of Japan's largest brokerage houses went belly up-
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((WE SELL ABOUT ONE THIRD OF OUR EXPORTS TO ASIA. WE NEED TO TAKE THIS VERY SERIOULSY WE NEED TO WORK VERY HARD AT IT NOT AT ALL CASUAL.))
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OUT Q=not at all casual."
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In America, three million jobs depend on exports to Asia.
SUPER=03-Vancouver, Canada;


The President and other leaders are considering a rescue plan that could be the biggest bailout in history.
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Septuplets


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Septuplets


One of the McCoy septuplets- Joel McCoy- went back on a respirator today.
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But doctors say that's not unusual.
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SOT 15:09:14
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((THAT'S NO SURPRISE AT ALL FOR A BABY HIS SIZE, HIS AGE. WE'RE NOT DISCOURAGED IN THE SLIGHTEST ABOUT THAT. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. Robert Shaw/Neonatalogist;
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OUT Q=about that.
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Only one of the babies- Kenneth has been able to breathe on his own.
Doctors say the babies continue to face real risks.
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SOT 15:10:12
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((WE'RE MOST CONCERNED OVER THE NEXT COUPLE WEEKS AS THE BABIES BEGIN TO TAKE FEEDING THAT'S A NEW TEST FOR ALL OF THEM.))
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OUT Q=FOR ALL OF THEM."
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Mother Bobbi McCoy returned home over the weekend-
The septuplets won't go home for eight weeks.
Today the townspeople added seven new lights to the community Christmas Tree- one for each of the world's only living septuplets.
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Harmony-Hall


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-67
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


Tracey Outlaw was working as a nude dancer when she accepted money from patrons at a former Wythe County strip bar.
But were Outlaw's actions at Harmony Hall in July obscene?
It's a question Judge Danny Bird was unable to answer today because Wythe County has NOT defined what constitutes obscenity.
In the end, the judge agreed to dismiss all the charges against Outlaw pending good behavior.
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SUPER=03-Wythe Co.;


The judge also agreed to dismiss charges against Harmony Hall manager, Bobby Ray Caviness.
He's accused of allowing alcohol inside the strip bar without the proper permit.
Two obscenity related charges were dismissed before court began.
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SOT
IN Q=I certainly

((ROBBIE JENKINS/CAVINESS' ATTORNEY:I CERTAINLY DON'T THINK THERE'S ANY PROOF BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT OR CHARGE THAT WAS LEFT AGAINST MY CLIENT, WHICH WAS THE ALCOHOL CHARGE, THEY JUST DIDN'T HAVE ANY PROOF THERE WERE FOOD OR BEVERAGES SOLD AND HE SHOULD'VE DISMISSED IT, BUT HE TOOK IT UNDER ADVISEMENT AND WE'RE SATISFIED WITH THAT DECISION. ))
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OUT Q=that decision.
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The judge also agreed to dismiss the alcohol related charges against three other Harmony Hall employees-- pending a year's good behavior.
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1-Northwest


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=eleven
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-75
GRAPHIC=Northwest Passages


The years haven't been kind to Northwest Roanoke. On some streets, vacant lots and dilapidated houses outnumber the occupied.
Still, residents haven't lost faith... as Joe Dashiell reports in the first part of our series, "Northwest Passages."
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IN Q=I was sinking
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :08
SUPER=01-Michael Hicks/Chorus Director; :23
SUPER=04-Roanoke Public Library; :35
SUPER=01-William Taborn/Northwest Roanoke Resident; 1:01
SUPER=01-Aletha Bolden/Harrison Museum Director; 1:30
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((OPENS ON NAT SOUND OF CHOIR 06:56:42
IN Q=I was sinking

((I WAS SINKING, DEEP IN SIN.))
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OUT Q=deep in sin.


On Monday nights, members of the Loudon Avenue Christian Church rattle the rafters.
The male chorus that started with a handful of volunteer voices a year ago, is now fifteen strong. MORE NAT SOUND OF CHOIR 06:57:23
IN Q=God's not dead

((GOD'S NOT DEAD. HE'S STILL ALIVE.))
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OUT Q=still alive.
SOT MICHAEL HICKS 07:32:11
IN Q=These guys here

((THESE GUYS HERE ARE GUYS THAT SAY THEY CAN'T SING, SO WITH THE POWER OF GOD, WE ALLOWED THEIR VOICES TO SING OUT.))
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OUT Q=voices to sing out.


Northwest neighborhoods are among the city's oldest... and William Taborn has called the area home for more than 80 years.
SOT 15:06:16
IN Q=When I first moved up here

((WHEN I FIRST MOVED UP HERE IT HAD DIRT ROADS, AND WHEN THE CARS PASSED BY YOU COULD SEE NOTHING BUT DUST AND MUD. ))
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OUT Q=nothing but dust and mud.


Taborn lives in the house his father built in 1927. A founding member of the Hunton Lifesaving Crew, a Scout Leader for more than 30 years, he misses the sense of security and community the neighborhood once offered.
SOT WILLIAM TABORN 15:07:23
IN Q=you could go out

(( ))
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OUT Q=nobody would bother you.


As longtime residents have died or moved away, homes have fallen into disrepair. Vacant lots have multiplied, and neighborhoods have become breeding grounds for crime.
And yet...
SOT ALETHA BOLDEN 14:30:43
IN Q=A neighborhood

(( ALETHA BOLDEN/HARRISON MUSEUM DIRECTOR: A NEIGHBORHOOD LIKE ANY OTHER NEIGHBORHOOD WITH PEOPLE LIVING, LOVING AND LEARNING. AND HELPING EACH OTHER. YOU'VE GOT YOUR GOOD AND YOU'VE GOT YOUR BAD AND YOU GOT YOUR UGLY, BUT WE FOCUS ON THE GOOD.))
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OUT Q=focus on the good.


NAT SOUND OF MALE CHORUS SINGING 07:23:33
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(( ))
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OUT Q=...Amen.


Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

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ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11

SOFT MUSIC
After this break we'll tell you why Charles Shulz is temporarily tired of working for "Peanuts",
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and Santa Claus makes an early trip to Appalachia.
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OUT Q=from Santa Claus
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Citadel


ANCHOR=jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=afr
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Citadel


Last year, some male cadets at the Citadel were investigated for alleged hazing of female cadets.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Charleston, SC/File;


Now the accusations involve possible sexual assault.
State investigators are looking into allegations of a sexual encounter between a male upperclassmen and a female underclassmen.
Friday, the man resigned.
At the Citadel, any sexual activity between cadets is against the rules.
School President John Grinalds says state investigators tell him the case is being investigated as a possible sexual assault.
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Daycare-hearing


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-77
GRAPHIC=Day Care


An effort to stream line daycare regulations drew fire at a public hearing in Roanoke tonight.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Child Day-Care Council is rewriting some of the regulations.
The new rules place more restrictions on health and safety issues, but they are less specific about daily educational activities.
And some daycare providers are unhappy about lower educational requirements for program supervisors.
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SOT
IN Q=my children

(( 04:14:20 MARTI CARL/DAYCARE PROVIDER; MY CHILDREN, YOUR CHILDREN, AND ALL OF THE CHILDREN IN THE COMMONWEALTH DESERVE THE BEST CHILD CARE THAT IS AVAILABLE. AND IF THESE PROPOSALS ARE ALLOWED TO FO THROUGH AS IS, THEN OUR BEST WILL NO-WHERE BE GOOD ENOUGH.)) 03:53:34 SHARON JONES/CHILD DAY-CARE COUNCIL; I DON'T LOOK ATH THEM AS BEING RELAXED, I LOOK AT THEM BEING BROADENED SO THAT THEY CAN ACTUALLY FUNCTION EFFECTIVELY FOR ALL THE GROUPS THAT HAVE COME UNDER LICENSED CARE.
SUPER=01-Marti Carl/Daycare Provider;
SUPER=01-Sharon Jones/Child Day-Care Council;
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OUT Q=licensed care.
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The council will use the input from tonight's public hearing to fine-tune the new regulations.
There will be another public-comment period before the council takes action next year.
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SCHULZ


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


In nearly 50 years Charlie Brown never pitched a no hitter
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VO-NAT

Snoopy never shot down the Red Baron and Charles Schulz never took a break- until now.
This Wednesday the Peanuts Creator begins a five week leave to mark his 75th birthday.
During his hiatus, the 26 hundred newspapers that run Peanuts will have to make do with re-runs of old strips.
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Forecasts
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SUPER=332-Clear And/Rather Cold/16-19/Mostly Sunny/Light Winds/50-54;
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S-Extra


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-12/extra
GRAPHIC=none
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SUPER=04-NBA; :00


and finally word this morning that Scottie Pippen wants to traded in the next couple of days or weeks at the most.
Pippen says he would like to play for the Lakers or Suns. but definitely not the Bulls.
He hasn't played this year after having foot surgery.
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S-Radford


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-10
GRAPHIC=RADFORD


The Radford University men's basketball team picked up an easy win last night against Elon a team that will be an official Big South member in 1999.
RU beats the Fighting Christians 86-to-59.
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SUPER=03-Radford/Elon vs. Radford; :00


Head coach Ron Bradley and the Highlanders basically had their way on the offensive end of the floor last night.
Corey Redd with the assist to fellow senior Kevin Robinson, as K-Rob knocks in the jumper.
Reed would keep dishing out the passes as he feeds Ryan Charles, the 6-10 sophomore on this play for the layin. Charles had 16.
Then watch the nice ball movement - Reed to Chibi Johnson to Leslie Ballard
SUPER=32-Elon/59/Radford/86;

who had a career high 26 points.
Radford gets its first win of the year 86-to-59 over 0-and-3 Elon.
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S-Duke


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-11
GRAPHIC=ACC


The Duke Blue Devils are in Hawaii playing the Maui Classic this week, and today they went up against giant killer Chaminade.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Lahaina, Hawaii/ESPN; :00


Coach K, Mike Krzyzewski got a little neck wear before the game and his Devils went out and took care of business in a hurry.
Freshman Elton Brand had 23 for the Devils and number of others chipped as
SUPER=33-Duke/106/Chaminade/70;

Duke wins 106-to-70, and moves on to play Missouri in the semi-finals.
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S-Nolan


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#VB97-2
GRAPHIC=VIRGINIA LOGO


A couple of UVa athletes picked up some nice recognition last night.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Last Week; :00


On the basketball front, 6-8 senior Norman Nolan was named the ACC's player of the week for his performances in three games last week.
Nolan averaged 20 points & 13 rebounds with double-doubles in each game.
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WIPE TO PINNACLE BOARD

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#SPORTS TEASE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Still to come, last night I had the pleasure of spending some time with one of the Roanoke Valley's brightest
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stars, Tiki Barber. When we return we'll chat with the New York Giants rookie about his first eventful season in the NFL.
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S-UVA


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Steve
TAPE#vf97-2
SS=uva/tech


The UVa football team is preparing for what is shaping up to be its most important game in recent years. full pinnacle 13555
As Steve Mason reports even a win might not get UVa a bowl bid. WIPE TO ENG FROM PINNACLE
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IN Q=FIRST AUDIO
SUPER=@steve1; :00
SUPER=01-George Welsh/UVa Head Coach; :24
SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/November 15; :40
SUPER=01-Patrick Kerney/UVa Defensive End; :54
SUPER=01-Bryan Owen/UVa Receiver; 1:02
SUPER=01-Anthony Poindexter/UVa Captain; 1:24
RUNS=1:35
OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS.
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S-Barber


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#RS97-1
GRAPHIC=TIKI BARBER


Last night in Raljon, Maryland Tiki Barber continued to get his education as a rookie in the NFL.
And as his first season draws to a close, the little Giants has certainly proven himself to be a quick learner.
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SOT
IN Q=FIRST AUDIO
SUPER=03-Raljon, MD/Last Night; :00
SUPER=01-Tiki Barber/Giants Rookie Running Back; :20
SUPER=03-Tampa, FL; 1:30
RUNS=2:15
OUT Q=...PART OF IT ALL."
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Video


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#Net H
GRAPHIC=NONE
Super=X5052 (loads FX)
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Santa Claus made an early appearance in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee.
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SUPER=75-Santa Train Video;


Saying his reindeer weren't ready for the trip, Santa used a C-S-X train for his annual journey into the Appalachian mountains.
For the past 55 years, the train has delivered toys, food and clothing to the needy in the area.
More than 15 tons of gifts were delivered this weekend.
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