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ANCHOR=Keith

The big winter storm is still topic "A" around town. So, it tops NEWS-7 at SIX tonight.
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Later on in the NEWScast... George Allen talks- -at length- -with Ellen Qualls about his accomplishments as Governor- -and his personal AND POLITICAL future.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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In sports, We'll check in with Virginia Tech as the Hokies prepare for the Gator Bowl.
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And the Roanoke Express returns to the Roundhouse tonight as they prepare for a big month of road games next month.
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Snow showers continue tonight and temperatures fall big time on New Years Eve. open
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Storm-Cleanup


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-90
GRAPHIC=Winter Storm


Homeowners and highway workers spent the day cleaning up the mess mother nature left behind yesterday.
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Eric Earnhart is out along the side of the Interstate tonight to tell us how it's going...
Live=Eric Full/Microwave


Pretty well Keith... the sun helped,
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and the winds didn't cause as much drifting as some had feared...
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For some people, it was even a chance to have a little fun.
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(( The irresistible pull of the snow-covered hill brought kids and adults out of the house to enjoy the snow while they can...

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((SLEDDING KIDS; IT'S GREAT, IT'S AWESOME MAN... IT'D BE BETTER IF WE WERE IN SCHOOL CAUSE WE DIDN'T GET OUT OF SCHOOL))
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It was buisness as usual as Roanoke sanitation workers disposed of leftover holiday trash...
Trash collection in Roanoke County will resume tomorrow....

For Department of Transportation workers today, the battle moved off the main roads.

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SOT 11:19:25
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT; MOTHER NATURE IS HELPING OUS OUT, THE SUN HAS KICKED IN A BIT AND WE'RE SEEING SOME MELTING, THAT DOESN'T MEAN WE'VE QUIT WORK THOUGH, OUR CREWS ARE CONCENTRATING ON THE SECONDARY ROADS, THOSE NUMBERED 600 AND ABOVE, FOUND PRETTY MUCH IN THE NEIGHBORHOODS))
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But VDOT officials say they can't do much about this... the construction bottleneck that backed up traffic on highway 220 south.

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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT; OBVIOUSLY WE'D LIKE TO GET OUT OF THERE AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE, THE KIND OF LANE CLOSURE THAT'S SET UP YOU CANNOT TEAR DOWN AND TAKE IT OUT SO THE TRAFFIC CAN FLOW THROUGH... IT WOULD HAVE BEEN AN UNSAFE SITUATION, THERE IS NOT ANOTHER ROAD THERE FOR TRAFFIC TO USE.))
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And construction here is not scheduled for completion until spring, so if snow returns, be prepared for another slow trip south.
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Airport


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-84
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Regional Airport


There was a brief snow squall at the Roanoke Airport this afternoon, but it didn't affect operations.
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HEAVY snow shut down the airport yesterday, when visibility dropped below 400 feet.
Runway snow removal went smoothly.
So, as soon as visibility cleared up, the airport was ready for business.
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((JAQUELINE SHUCK/AIRPORT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR; WE'RE BACK TO NORMAL, WE LOST SOME OF OUR OVERNIGHT FLIGHTS, THEY WERE'T ABLE TO GET IN SO THEY COULDN'T GET OUT EARLY THIS MORNING. BUT THE SECOND GROUP THAT NORMALLY COMES IN AT 9:30 CAME IN RIGHT ON TIME.))
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Conditions also seem to be improving at other airports across the Southeast.
But officials say it's still a good idea to call your airline and double check the status of your flight.
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Winter-Safety


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#97-79
GRAPHIC=Winter Weather


Slippery driveways and sidewalks can be dangerous in the winter.
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But the way you clear them can be just as much a health hazard.
When it comes to shoveling snow--there are right and wrong ways.
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((DR. JODY HERSHEY/MONTGOMERY CO. HEALTH DIRECTOR:YOU NEED TO AVOID BENDING AT THE WAIST, ARCHING YOUR BACK AND TWISTING YOUR BODY WHEN YOU'RE LIFTING THE SHOVEL IN THE SNOW. YOU SHOULDN'T BE USING YOUR LOWER BACK MUSCLES, IT'S A GOOD WAY TO GET A LOW BACK INJURY))
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Doctor Hershey says push the snow instead of lifting it, but if you have certain health risks, don't do it at all.
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((DR. JODY HERSHEY:PEOPLE THAT HAVE ANY HEART DISEASE, ANGINA, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE OR ASTHMA NEED TO CONSULT THEIR PHYSICIAN BEFORE THEY'RE OUT IN THE SNOW, PLAYING, EXERCISING AND SHOVELING SNOW))
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Doctor Hershey says wear loose fitting clothes when working in the snow, that way as you warm up you can gradually take off the layers to avoid perspiration and subsequent chilling.
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Mann


ANCHOR=Keith
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WRITER=eea
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The manager of a Clifton Forge car dealership has been found guilty of selling cars without a title.
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In court yesterday, Dave Mann was convicted on two counts of failing to obtain a title.
He was also found guilty of improperly using temporary and dealer plates.
All of the convictions are misdemeanors.
Mann was fined a total of 18-hundred dollars.
One-third of the fine was suspended, on the condition one of the customers involved gets his title by January 16th.
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Mortar


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Two boys using a metal detector found a piece of history in Winchester yesterday.
Micheal and Andrew Zimmerman discovered a mortar shell from the Civil War near a soccer field.
They called police who decided to detonate it.
The blast left a large crater.
Civil War historian Allan Tischler said the shell was probably left over from the Battle of First Kernstown.
Police are searching to see if there are more mortar shells in the area.

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Still to come on News 7, we'll see how residents of the Mill Mountain Zoo are dealing with our first taste of winter weather,
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and from Richmond, Ellen Qualls sits down with outgoing Governor George Allen as he remembers his successes and contemplates his future.
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Allen


ANCHOR=Keith
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TAPE#97-82
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Virginia's 67th governor leaves office at noon on January 17th.
Ellen Qualls sat down with George Allen to talk about the last four years -- and the next four.
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(There's NO argument George Allen's changed the Commonwealth in his four years at the helm -- but has it changed him?
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((LET'S ENJOY KNOCKING THEIR SOFT TEETH DOWN THEIR WHINING THROATS.))
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Okay, he still has contempt for those he calls the whinnying naysayers -- whoever they may be on any issue.
So, despite them, what's he accomplished?
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: NUMBER ONE IS ALL THE REFORMS WE'VE MADE IN EDUCATION...READING, WRITING, MATH, SCIENCE, AND HISTORY.))
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((ALSO VERY IMPORTANT ...NEARLY 13 BILLION DOLLARS OF NEW INVESTMENT IN VIRGINIA.))
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Next on his list, reducing the welfare rolls by 42- percent.
And number four, his 1993 campaign centerpiece of abolishing parole and making criminals serve more time in prison.
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((WELL THEY'RE ALL -- I WOULDN'T SAY IT'S THE FOURTH MOST IMPORTANT. I DO THINK-- I'M TRYING TO THINK WHAT ARE GONNA BE-- I THINK THEY'RE ALL ENDURING LEGACIES.))
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So the legacies are in place.
How about a monument?
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((SOMEBODY SAID "WELL GOSH, DO YOU WANT A MONUMENT BUILT TO YOU?" I SAID "WELL WHITE OAK SEMICONDUCTOR, THE SIEMENS MOTOROLA FACILITY, EVERY TIME WE FLY INTO RICHMOND AIRPORT I ALWAYS LOOK OUT THERE AND LOOK AT THAT.))
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He says pursuing his first big high-tech prize was probably the single most time-consuming thing he did as governor.
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((WHEN IT HAPPENED, I THOUGHT "WHAT A TRANSFORMATION THIS IS IN VIRGINIA." IN FACT I LIKENED THIS TO LEWIS AND CLARK'S EXPEDITION OUT WEST, BRINGING BACK INFORMATION AS TO THE NEW COUNTRY. AND ALL THOSE OPPORTUNITIES. AND IT TRANSFORMED THE WAY THAT THE COUNTRY LOOKED AT ITSELF. IT WAS NO LONGER JUST AN EAST COAST COUNTRY. IT WAS A CONTINENTAL COUNTRY.))
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So what does the future hold for him personally?
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((SO MANY BUSINESS FOLKS THINK THAT I'D HAVE A BIGGER IMPACT, AS FAR AS THE WAY THEY LOOK ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AS GOVERNOR RATHER THAN AS A U-S SENATOR. SO I HAVEN'T MADE ANY DECISION AS TO WHAT I WILL DO. I MAY RUN FOR GOVERNOR AGAIN. I MAY RUN FOR THE U-S SENATE.))
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((WHO KNOWS? MAY STAY IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR. I DON'T NEED TO BE IN GOVERNMENT. I THINK IT'S GOOD TO GET OUT OF GOVERNMENT NOW AND THEN AND GET A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE REAL WORLD.))
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But his first official act as citizen George is this.
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((I'M GONNA GO OFF IN A CANOE -- ALONE -- DOWN THE JAMES RIVER. I'M NOT GONNA BRING A PAGER OR TELEPHONE OR ANYONE ELSE WITH ME. IT'LL JUST BE ME AND THE PADDLE.))
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After four years steering the ship of state, why not?
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.)

Budget-Hearings


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=State Seal


State legislators are looking for ideas on how to spend your tax money.
The General Assembly's money committees are holding a series of public hearings on the next state budget.
There will be one in Roanoke next Tuesday at noon, at Virginia Western Community College.
There's also one in Farmville, next Wednesday, also at noon. That one's at Longwood College.
The Assembly convenves January 14th to consider the budget.
Governor Allen has allocated all but 12 million dollars in his proposed spending plan.

First-Union


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#None
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Virginia's econony has been on a roll this past year.
And an economist with First Union says that should continue in 1998.
Mark Vitner says business in the Southeast should outperform the rest of the nation.
He's predicting 3-point-4 percent growth in Virginia, and says the state will add nearly 80-thousand new jobs.
Vitner says cutbacks in defense and government are a thing of the past in the Old Dominion.
But he says most of the growth will be in northern Virginia, Richmond, and Hampton Roads.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=None
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On Wall Street today, signs of progress on the Asian markets encouraged American investors. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
The DOW rose more than 123 points to close at 79-hundred-16.
NASDAQ gained 28.
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Heat-Pump


ANCHOR=Keith
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TAPE#97-81
GRAPHIC=NONE


Yesterday's snow should sereve as a reminder.
Don't ignore your heat pump in the midst of severe weather.
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Technicians recommend clearing ice and snow from the top and sides of your unit.
That's because heat pumps need air to run efficiently.
If your unit isn't running properly there ARE signs to look for.
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((BOB MARTIN/BLUE RIDE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING MGR.: YOU'LL NOTICE THAT YOUR THERMOSTAT, YOUR AUXILIARY LIGHT ON YOUR THERMOSTAT IS GOING TO BE ON A LOT WHEN IT SHOULDN'T BE ON AND IN WEATHER LIKE THIS A HEAT PUMP SHOULD PRETTY MUCH TAKE CARE OF THE HOME, IF IT'S SIZED CORRECTLY. ))
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Homeowners should NOT be alarmed about frost-- but ice inside your heat pump should be taken seriously.
Martin says you can turn the unit off and pour warm water inside it to clear the coil and fan blades.
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Zoo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#97-83
GRAPHIC=Zoo


One place you won't hear any complaints about yesterday's snow storm is on the top of Mill Mountain.
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Gregory, the pot-bellied pig, couldn't get enough of the white stuff.
He and his buddies, like Nina the llama, had a good time today, greeting the few people who dropped by for a visit.
Most animals dealt with the snow rather well -- probably better than most humans did.
But zookeepers point out that not all animals are used to bad weather, like Boris the snow leopard.
So the zoo is taking special precautions to keep its tenants safe.
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((LAURIE SPANGLER/MILL MOUNTAIN ZOO: IN THE COLD WEATHER LIKE WE HAD TODAY AND YESTERDAY, WHAT WE DO IS MAKE SURE THE ANIMALS HAVE WATER, WE CHECK ON THEM 2 OR 3 TIMES A DAY CAUSE THEIR WATER DISHES DO FREEZE QUICKER ))
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The zoo usually stays open for business when it snows.
But, just to be safe, zookeepers say you should call to see if the animals are out before heading up the mountain for a visit.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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And coming up, The NationsBank Holiday hoops tournament has been rescheduled we'll tell you when Tiger Woods gets a special present on his 22-nd birthday.
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And Tech quarterback Al Clark is all set to start for the hokies against North Carolina In the Gator Bowl.
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S-Live


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WRITER=AMO
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The Virginia Tech Hokies are in Jacksonville preparing for the New Years day match up with North Carolina in the Gator bowl.
But as we told year at five, Steve Mason is a little under the weather today dealing with a case of pneumonia he's resting at the Motel and we hope to hear from him tomorrow at 5 and 6.
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So we'll check in with Bruce Snyder of WXLV out of Winston-Salem. Carolina felt as though they should be playing in a bigger bowl so just how do the Tar Heels feel about playing a team like Virginia Tech.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
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The Hokies expect flanker Shawn Scales to be back in the lineup and head coach Frank Beamer said today that Al Clark will start the game on Thursday.
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Clark worked out with the Hokies yesterday and he was back on the field this morning as Tech went through its practice.
Clark took most of the snaps this morning and its just a matter of getting back in the groove.
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Clark will play but the question is for how long. He hasn't tested the knee at full speed or has he faced a live defense since Tech's regular season loss to Virginia.
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If Clark is unable to go the whole game Beamer and his coaching staff have confidence in redshirt freshman Nick Sorensen who threw just 21 passes this season.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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The Roanoke Express celebrated the Christmas holiday by winning two out of three games over the weekend and to move closer to second place in their division.
But the Express is preparing for a bit month ahead with 16 games in the month of January, 11 of which are on the road.
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ANCHOR=Roy
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Roanoke has won three straight games away from the Roundhouse making them the best road team in the E-C-H-L at 6 and 4.
Tonight its back at the Roundhouse tonight for a game against the Wheeling Nailers. Faceoff is 7 oclock.

S-Hoops


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NationsBank Logo


The NationsBank Holiday Hoops tournament has been rescheduled for tomorrow afternoon at the Salem Civic Center.
The Games are set for 12, 2 and William Fleming and Cave Spring will play for the tournament championship at four.
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And Liberty Fans, The Minutemen continue to move through the field at the Arby's Classic in Bristol.
Rodney Morris scored 35 and Peanut Arrington 23 as the Minutemen beat Sullivan East 88 to 71.

S-Tiger


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-17
GRAPHIC=Tiger Woods


Tiger Woods is celebrating his 22-nd birthday today with another award.
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The Associated Press has named Woods the Male Athlete of the year.
Woods posted five wins on the tour, including the Masters by a record 12 shots and he set the P-G-A tour single season money record with more than 2 million Dollars.
Woods becomes the first golfer to win the award in 26 years.
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