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Thirty-Weather

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7Fire-Danville


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Dozens are homeless this morning after a fire ripped through a Danville apartment complex last night.
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The blaze started about 8:30 in the Cabin Lake complex in North Danville --
Sixty firefighters responded.
Rescue workers evacuated about 300 people. Flames gutted the roof, burned firewalls, and sent debris spiraling downward.
Rescue workers say the fire destroyed at least 24 apartments.
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((B.G.LEWIS/DANVILLE FIRE CHIEF: THE ROOF IS BURNT COMPLETELY OFF -- HEAVY FIRE DAMAGE TO THE THIRD FLOOR, LOT OF WATER DAMAGE TO THE FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR.))
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No one was injured in the blaze.
Firefighters say it may be several days before they find the cause of the fire.
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7E-L'burg-Ax


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An unusual accident in Lynchburg yesterday morning has left one man dead.
Authorities say 30- year old Louis Slaughter, Junior was struck while walking across fifth street around one A-M.
But the driver of the car did NOT stop.
Police say Slaughter was dragged underneath the car for nearly four miles.
He was taken to Lynchburg hospital where he later died.
28- year old Melvin Stevens of Lynchburg was taken into custody.
Police found his car in Bedford County with damage to the underside.

7E-Reagan-Airport


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One of the last moves Governor Allen is making in office is an act to pay tribute a former president and one of his political heroes.
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Allen got his fellow Republican governors to back a bill that would rename the Washington National Airport in Arlington the "Ronald Wilson Reagan National Airport."
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: RONALD REAGAN ALSO BELIEVED IN TRUSTING THE PEOPLE. AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE CONGRESS WERE RUNNING AND OWNING THESE AIRPORTS. AND THE OPERATIONS WERE INEFFICIENT. AND SINCE RONALD REAGAN WAS PRESIDENT, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION ELIZABETH DOLE, THEY TURNED OVER THE OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AIRPORTS, AWAY FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO THE METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY.))
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Congress may vote on the bill by President Reagan's 87th birthday in February.
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7S-Day-Care


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TAPE#97-70
GRAPHIC=Day Care


Hearings concerning changes for licensed day-care providers come to an end tomorrow.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Monday;


The Child Day-Care Council held four public hearings on the changes, which are designed to eliminate redundancy, and unnecessary paperwork.
The Council held its final public hearing in Roanoke this week.
Next week, they'll evaluate the feedback.
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((SHARON JONES/CHILD DAY-CARE COUNCIL; THE COUNCIL WILL GO BACK AND LOOK AT WHAT THE PUBLIC HAD TO SAY, WE WILL LOOK TO SEE IF WE NEED TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS AND IF SO, THEN THEY WILL DO THAT AND GO OUT FOR ANOTHER 30 DAY COMMENT PERIOD SO WE'VE GOT ANOTHER COMMENT PERIOD AFTER THIS ONE COMING YET. ))
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Some daycare providers expressed concern about lower eduation standers for daycare supervisors.
The council chairwoman says a decision on the new regulations will come in the middle of next year, at the earliest.
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7weather


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Taking a look at your Friday forecast... It looks like its going to be a very pleasant day with partly sunny skies and warm temperatures in the low to mid 60's.
The clouds roll in tonight with unseasonably warm nighttime lows in the low to mid 50's.
And taking a look ahead to the weekend...
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7REVISED BIRTHDAYS! 11/30/97
Sunday:

SUPER=130-91/Clara Craghead/Rocky Mount;



SUPER=130-5/Hannah Morrow/Buchanan;



SUPER=130-6/Nia Brown/Halifax;



SUPER=130-35/Joyce Lee Giles/Roseland;



SUPER=130-14/Jimmy Bobbitt/Independence/



SUPER=130-38/J. R. Reynolds/Roanoke;



SUPER=130-40/Charlie Hatcher/Roanoke;



SUPER=130-8/Shasta Sowers/Floyd;



SUPER=130-8/Robbie Weaver/Rocky Mount;


Monday:

SUPER=130-20/Walter Giles/Roseland;



SUPER=130-13/Magnum Bivens/Bland;



SUPER=130-2/Dusty Turman/Elliston;



SUPER=130-40/Peggy Ballard/Roanoke;


No Pictures:

SUPER=130-/Bob Johnson/Roanoke;



SUPER=130-33/Kelly Hancock/Hurt;



(Anniversary)



SUPER=130-5/Helen & Christopher Johnson/ Natural Bridge;



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55Fire-Danville


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Fire has left many Danville apartment residents homeless this morning.
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SUPER=03-Danville/Last Night;


The fire started about 8:30 in the Cabin Lake complex in North Danville --
Sixty firefighters responded.
Rescue workers evacuated about 300 people. Flames gutted the roof, burned firewalls, and sent debris spiraling downward.
Rescue workers say the fire destroyed at least 24 apartments.
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SOT 12:58:52
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((B.G.LEWIS/DANVILLE FIRE CHIEF: THE ROOF IS BURNT COMPLETELY OFF -- HEAVY FIRE DAMAGE TO THE THIRD FLOOR, LOT OF WATER DAMAGE TO THE FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR.))
SUPER=01-B. G. Lewis/Fire Chief;
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No one was injured in the blaze.
Firefighters say it may be several days before they find the cause of the fire.
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55E-L'burg-Ax


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Lynchburg authorities say 30- year- old Louis Slaughter, Junior was killed early yesterday morning after being struck by a car, then dragged underneath for miles.
Slaughter was hit while he was walking across fifth street around one A-M.
The driver of the car did NOT stop.
Police say Slaughter was dragged underneath the car for nearly four miles.
He was taken to Lynchburg hospital where he later died.
28- year old Melvin Stevens of Lynchburg was taken into custody.
Police found his car in Bedford County with damage to the underside.

555-Parental


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=sly
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GRAPHIC=Abortion


Parental notification remains a hot issue in the Commonwealth--
A federal appeals court in Richmond has set a hearing for next March on the challenge to Virginia's new abortion law.
The hearing is to decide whether the law stays in effect while the lawsuit brought against it by Planned Parenthood works its way through the courts.
Planned Parenthood contends the notification law is unconstitutional.
It took effect July first and says a judge MAY waive the notification requirement if he finds that the girl is mature enough.
Other state parental notification laws say the judge SHALL grant the waiver if he finds the girl is mature.

55E-Reagan-Airport


ANCHOR=Kimberly
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TAPE#97-78
GRAPHIC=Allen


As one of his last acts as Virginia Governor, George Allen is making an even bigger name for former President Ronald Reagan.
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SUPER=03-Arlington/Yesterday; :00


Allen got his fellow Republican governors to back a bill that would rename the Washington National Airport in Arlington the "Ronald Wilson Reagan National Airport."
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: RONALD REAGAN ALSO BELIEVED IN TRUSTING THE PEOPLE. AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE CONGRESS WERE RUNNING AND OWNING THESE AIRPORTS. AND THE OPERATIONS WERE INEFFICIENT. AND SINCE RONALD REAGAN WAS PRESIDENT, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION ELIZABETH DOLE, THEY TURNED OVER THE OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AIRPORTS, AWAY FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO THE METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY.))
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Congress may vote on the bill by President Reagan's 87th birthday in February.
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55Crime-computer


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University of Virginia police are using computer technology to help combat campus crime.
The department is sending mass e-mails to students and staff members describing crimes and asking for witnesses.
Police also have a new home page feature -- called Silent Witness -- which allows students to leave anonymous crime tips.
Police say it's already worked in one case.
On Tuesday, four students turned themselves in after reading a police e-mail describing an assault on another student.

55weather


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Taking a break from news now to look at the Friday forecast--
Partly sunny and unseasonably warm today, with highs in the low to mid 60s.
Clouding up tonight, with mild lows in the low to mid 50s.
Looking ahead at the next four days...
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8Fire-Danville


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Fire fighters had a busy Thanksgiving yesterday as a blaze ripped through a Danville apartment complex leaving many residents homeless this morning.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/Last Night;


The fire started about 8:30 in the Cabin Lake complex in North Danville --
Sixty firefighters responded.
Rescue workers evacuated about 300 people. Flames gutted the roof, burned firewalls, and sent debris spiraling downward.
Rescue workers say the fire destroyed at least 24 apartments.
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SOT 12:58:52
IN Q=The roof is burnt completely

((B.G.LEWIS/DANVILLE FIRE CHIEF: THE ROOF IS BURNT COMPLETELY OFF -- HEAVY FIRE DAMAGE TO THE THIRD FLOOR, LOT OF WATER DAMAGE TO THE FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR.))
SUPER=01-B. G. Lewis/Fire Chief;
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VO-NAT


No one was injured in the blaze.
Firefighters say it may be several days before they find the cause of the fire.
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8E-L'burg-Ax


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=THa
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident


A shocking accident left one man dead in the Hill City after he was hit by a car then dragged underneath it.
Authorities say 30- year old Louis Slaughter, Junior was struck while walking across fifth street around one A-M.
Police say the driver, 28- year old Melvin Stevens, did NOT stop.
Slaughter was then dragged for nearly four miles.
He was taken to Lynchburg hospital where he later died.
Stevens was taken into police custody.
Authorities found his car in Bedford County with damage to the underside.

8E-Reagan-Airport


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Mornin
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TAPE#97-78
GRAPHIC=none


A Republican plan to have Washington National Airport renamed to honor former President Ronald Reagan is taking off.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Arlington/Yesterday; :00


Governor Allen got his fellow Republican governors to back a bill that would rename the Washington National Airport in Arlington the "Ronald Wilson Reagan National Airport."
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IN Q=Ronald Reagan

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: RONALD REAGAN ALSO BELIEVED IN TRUSTING THE PEOPLE. AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE CONGRESS WERE RUNNING AND OWNING THESE AIRPORTS. AND THE OPERATIONS WERE INEFFICIENT. AND SINCE RONALD REAGAN WAS PRESIDENT, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION ELIZABETH DOLE, THEY TURNED OVER THE OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE AIRPORTS, AWAY FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO THE METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY.))
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Congress may vote on the bill by President Reagan's 87th birthday in February.
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8S-Day-Care


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-70
GRAPHIC=Day Care


The hearings have ended concerning changes for licensed day-care providers, but comments are still rolling in.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Monday;


The Child Day-Care Council held four public hearings on the changes, which are designed to eliminate redundancy, and unnecessary paperwork.
The Council held its final public hearing in Roanoke this week.
Next week, they'll evaluate the feedback.
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SOT 03:56:16
IN Q=The council will go

((SHARON JONES/CHILD DAY-CARE COUNCIL; THE COUNCIL WILL GO BACK AND LOOK AT WHAT THE PUBLIC HAD TO SAY, WE WILL LOOK TO SEE IF WE NEED TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS AND IF SO, THEN THEY WILL DO THAT AND GO OUT FOR ANOTHER 30 DAY COMMENT PERIOD SO WE'VE GOT ANOTHER COMMENT PERIOD AFTER THIS ONE COMING YET. ))
SUPER=01-Sharon Jones/Child Day-Care Council;
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OUT Q=coming yet
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VO-NAT


Some daycare providers expressed concern about lower eduation standers for daycare supervisors.
The council chairwoman says a decision on the new regulations will come in the middle of next year, at the earliest.
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8Crime-computer


ANCHOR=Kimberly
NEWSCAST=cutin
WRITER=aje
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=UVA


The Information Superhighway is putting police at the University of Virginia in the fast line to solving campus crime.
The department is sending mass e-mails to students and staff members describing crimes and asking for witnesses.
Police also have a new home page feature -- called Silent Witness -- which allows students to leave anonymous crime tips.
Police say it's already worked in one case.
On Tuesday, four students turned themselves in after reading a police e-mail describing an assault on another student.

8weather


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Shifting gears to weather--
A very pleasant Friday on the way.
Partly sunny, with highs in the low to mid 60s.
Increasing clouds overnight, with lows falling only into the mid 50s.
The extended forecast...
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