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ANCHOR=Keith

Coming up on News 7 at Six...760 workers at Salem's G-E plant are getting a forced vacation.
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And Bedford County's highest ranking deputy explains his decision to resign amid controversy.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Tonight in sports, The Hokies look ahead after getting clubbing in Florida yesterday.
Nebraska and Tennessee are set to make some Orange Juice in Miami.
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And Ryan Leaf, the Washington State quarterback says he's giving up his senior year to play in the NFL.
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ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#97-76
GRAPHIC=GE


They hope it's only temporary.
But some of the 760-workers on a forced vacation from the General Electric plant in Salem worry their jobs might be at stake.
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G-E says it's nothing out of the ordinary.
The company usually shuts down for a couple of weeks each year.
This year that shutdown is coming earlier because of weaker-than-expected earnings.
Some of the workers affected say there are rumors their "vacation" could become permanent.
But the president of the workers' union said the company has NOT notified him that anyone's job is at risk.
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McCane


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-81
GRAPHIC=John McCane


He's charged with stalking a friend of his estranged wife, and state police want to know whether he mis-used sheriff's department funds.
Double Boxes=Keith and Steve/Microwave


Lieutenant John McCane sat down with Steve Smallshaw today to discuss how all this led to his resignation. Here's Steve?.
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Keith, John McCane maintains his innocence, but he hopes by taking himself out of the equation, he can save the Bedford County sheriff's department further embarrassment.
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(( 1997 was a difficult year for John McCane.
The subject of two separate state police investigations and a criminal stalking charge, McCane has yet to be found guilty of ANY wrongdoing.
But the constant rumors and the perception of trouble has been too much for both McCane and the department to bear.
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((JOHN MCCANE/LEAVING SHERIFF'S DEPT.: THE MEN OF THE DEPARTMENT AS WELL AS THE PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY DESERVE TO KNOW THAT THE PEOPLE LEADING THE DEPARTMENT ARE ABOVE REPROACH. EVEN THE PERCEPTION OF IT, AND I FEEL THAT'S ALL THIS IS, IS PERCEPTION, IS DAMAGING TO THE DEPARTMENT AND TO THE COMMUNITY AND I'M NOT GOING TO ALLOW THAT TO HAPPEN.))
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So as of January 15th, McCane is gone.
He's proud of what his brother- in- law sheriff Mike Brown has accomplished the last two years.
McCane says Brown's political rivals may have fueled some of the recent controversy, but he's confident the sheriff can survive it.
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((JOHN MCCANE: I THINK THIS IS A TYPE THING THAT HIS DETRACTORS HOPE MIGHT CAUSE PROBLEMS, BUT WE HANDLED IT IN THE SAME PROFESSIONAL WAY THAT HE'S HANDLED EVERYTHING ELSE IN THE DEPARTMENT, SO I DON'T THINK IT WILL. I'M A PROUD MAN, I'VE BEEN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT ABOUT 22 YEARS. MADE SOME MISTAKES, WILL MAKE MISTAKES AGAIN, BUT WHEN THESE RUMORS COME OUT, PERSONALLY AND PROFESSIONALLY IT IS VERY HURTFUL.))
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McCane says he and Sheriff Brown timed the release of his resignation to coincide with the New Year, a symbolic fresh start for everyone.
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Whether HE gets that fresh start, Keith, will depend heavily on what happens next week in the courts.

Cornwell


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-84
GRAPHIC=Gilmore


It's NO mystery who Jim Gilmore's biggest individual benefactor is.
But why is another question.
Ellen Qualls has a look at the new governor's puzzling patron.
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(( She is granting NO interviews.
But only the various wings of the Republican national party gave Jim Gilmore more money this year.
Richmond mystery novelist Patricia Cornwell gave a total of 150- thousand dollars.
His second biggest individual donor is Dollar Tree Stores CEO Doug Perry of Virginia Beach -- who gave just over half what Cornwell gave.
Roanoke publisher Edward Via's a close third at 75- thousand.
And finally, at number four, tobacco and food conglomerate Philip Morris.
Jim and Roxane Gilmore had dinner with Cornwell one month after the election.
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((GOV.-ELECT JIM GILMORE: WELL I THINK SHE ASSESSED MY CAMPAIGN AND DECIDED THAT THE PRINCIPLES OF INCLUSION, THE PRINCIPLES THAT I HAVE STOOD FOR OF ALL VIRGINIANS HAVING AN OPPORTUNITY, THE EXCITING NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR BUSINESS GROWTH IN THE STATE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WERE IMPORTANT TO HER.))
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That could mean in part that he's tolerant of a lesbian affair she admitted to in a May Vanity Fair article.
That laundry was aired as a part of an abduction trial of the jealous husband.
But a source close to the campaign says Gilmore learned more at the dinner.
Cornwell allegedly said she liked Roxane's insistence on keeping her paying job as a college professor while serving as First Lady.
And, Cornwell allegedly said every time Jim Gilmore wrote her a thank you note, she fired off another check.
The contributions seem to back that up.
She wrote Gilmore a 10- thousand dollar check on September 30th.
On October 14th, 15- thousand dollars.
25- thousand the next day.
25- thousand six days later.
25- thousand another six days later.
And two days after that, the final check for 50- thousand.
She told Vanity Fair that she's controlling manic-depression with medication... and she has her "impulsiveness" under control.
Her last impulsive foray into the political spotlight was in 1993.
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((CORNWELL: I HAD TO COME TO THE VERY DISAPPOINTING CONCLUSION THAT MARY SUE TERRY IS NOT THE BEST CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR.))
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: SHE'S A VERY INTERESTING PERSON, VERY WELL SPOKEN, VERY DETERMINED.))
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But until Cornwell speaks up publicly, her dramatic role in Virginia politics remains a mystery -- something she's very good at.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))
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ANCHOR=Keith
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What does the New Year have in store for investors? After this break, we'll hear what local analysts are anticipating.
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and while air bags can save lives, they can hurt others.
When we return we'll see what one group is doing to raise awareness.
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Eddy


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-79
GRAPHIC=Roanoke County


Lee Eddy says he'll try hard not to offer any unsolicited advice.
But as he leaves the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors, Eddy says he hopes to remain active in local government.
Joe Dashiell spoke with him this afternoon.
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((Lee Eddy has served on the Board of Supervisors for the last eight years, but his interest in Roanoke County politics goes back much further.
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Eddy returned in January 1990... turning an engineer's eye to county business.
Even those who frequently clashed with Eddy appreciate his contribution.
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Eddy says he won't miss the late-night meetings and the controversies, but he has never regretted his years of public service.
And while he doubts there's another election in his future, he says he hopes to serve the county in other ways.
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Halifax-Radar


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=ADI
TAPE#97-85
GRAPHIC=NONE


Authorities in one South Side community are stepping up efforts to make local roads safer.
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The Halifax County Sheriffs Department is now enforcing the speed limit with newly purchased radar detectors.
The radar units came from the disbanded Clover Police Department.
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Deputies will use the units while on patrol throughout the county and will concentrate on reducing speed related accidents, especially in school zones.
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Air-Bags


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#97-88
GRAPHIC=AirBags


Supporters of on- off switches in air bags say they'll preserve the safety value of the device, while offering protection for people at risk from their use.
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Drivers wanting government permission to have the switches installed can find applications AND information at local Triple- A offices.
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((VICKI HOPKINS/AAA OF VIRGINIA: I THINK PEOPLE REALLY AREN'T CLEAR ON SOME OF THE CRITERIA AND THINGS THAT ARE GOING ON. THAT'S WHY WE'RE TRYING TO HAVE THIS CAMPAIGN FOR PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT WE DO HAVE THESE THINGS IN HOUSE FOR PEOPLE TO COME BY AND TALK TO US IF THEY LIKE, AND HAVE THE INFORMATION ON HAND. ))
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Among the government's requirements for switch installation are that motorists have a medical condition that would put them at risk during airbag deployment, or that they can NOT adjust their seats the minimum 10 inches away from the device.
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Investment-Outlook


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#97-83
GRAPHIC=NONE


If you invest any money in the stock market, you know the only thing that's predictable about Wall Street is ... nothing is ever predictable.
But that doesn't stop stockbrokers from looking into the future.
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Different analysts have different expectations for 19-98.
But most agree the stock market will not expand as much as it has in recent years.
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((BEN HARTMAN/STOCKBROKER: AFTER THREE SPECTACULAR YEARS, WE'RE LOOKING FOR CORPORATE PROFITS AND EARNINGS TO TO SLOW DOWN THIS YEAR.))
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Stock Exchange video from afternoon feed The Dow Jones Industrial Average grew more than 20-percent for the third straight year in 19-97.
But toward the end of the year, troubles plaguing Asian economies spread into the U-S market.
Anaylsts are not sure if the so-called "Asian Flu" will have long-lasting effects on the U.S. economy.
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Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
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Wall Street didn't slow down with the start of its New Year today. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
The DOW gained nearly 57 points closing for the week at 79-hundred-65.
NASDAQ gained 11.
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Mock-Trial


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=JHa
TAPE#97-86
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


Terms like "overruled" and "sustained" are now part of some Blacksburg High school students' vocabulary.
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Local attorneys have been teaching the students what it's like to argue a court case.
The teenagers recently got a chance to put their knowledge to work during a mock trial in front of an actual sitting judge.
Students acted as witnesses, prosecutor and defense attorney.
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The Virginia Bar Association and local bar of the New River Valley are currently looking for schools willing to participate in the program.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Coming up tonight in sports, we'll see what the Hokies think about their future as they attempt to bury their immediate past.
Plus, Washington State Ryan Leaf opts for the NFL.
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And we'll preview tonight's Orange Bowl showdown between Nebraska and Tennessee - that you can watch right here on WDBJ-7.
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S-Orange


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-4
GRAPHIC=ORANGE BOWL


The college football bowl season comes to a close tonight with Nebraska trying to grab at least a share of the national championship as it takes on once beaten Tennessee.
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A win tonight will make the Cornhuskers 13-and-0, and they believe that more than qualifies them to share the national title with Michigan.
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Tennessee's hopes of pulling off the upset tonight hinge on quarterback Peyton Manning's swollen right knee, that is just plain ugly.
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And don't forget you can watch the game at 8 tonight right here on WDBJ-7.

S-Leaf


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-5
GRAPHIC=ROSE BOWL


The man who almost turned the Orange Bowl into the national championship game by leading Washington State to a near upset win over MIchigan in the Rose Bowl yesterday, announced this afternoon that he's ready to turn pro.
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Cougars' quarterback Ryan Leaf, says after getting advice from Warren Moon, Peyton Manning, Jake Plummer, and former Washington State quarterback Drew Bledsoe, he's ready to follow his dreams.
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S-Peach


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NCAA FB


The next to last bowl game of the postseason is winding down in Atlanta where Clemson is playing Auburn in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl.
Right now Clemson leads it 17-to-12 in the fourth quarter.

S-Hokies


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-17
GRAPHIC=TECH FOOTBALL


The Virginia Tech Hokies found out first hand what it's like to be Gator-Bait yesterday as North Carolina devoured the Hokies 42-to-3.
The loss dropped Tech's record to 7-and-5. pinnacle page -(not so fast start)
And it marked the first time since 1992 that a Frank Beamer team had lost three straight games.
The Hokies were outscored 106 to 46 in their final three contests - all losses to Pitt, UVa and UNC. wipt to eng from pinnacle
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((AL CLARK/VA. TECH QUARTERBACK:)) ((FRANK BEAMER/VA. TECH HEAD COACH:)) ((NICK SORENSEN/VA. TECH QUARTERBACK:)) ((PIERSON PRIOLEAU/VA. TECH ROVER:)) (( Those seniors of which Prioleau speaks number 13, and include playmakers Marcus Parker, Ken Oxendine and Shawn Scales.
This class won't come close to matching the 96 senior class that landed 11 of its members in NFL training camps.
But Parker will definitely get a chance to play in the pros. And after getting trounced in his collegiate finale - the sooner the better.)) ((MARCUS PARKER/VA. TECH FULLBACK:))

S-Mason


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-3
GRAPHIC=NONE
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And speaking of a better note.
Our own Steve Mason is finally back in the Star City.
This afternoon he and his wife arrived back in town after a not so sunny Florida excursion.
Steve came down with pneumonia while covering the Gator Bowl festivities earlier this week in Jacksonville.
After spending three days in Baptist Medical Center he was finally cleared to return home today. At the airport he was greeted by some of his fellow workers who gave him among other things a thermometer and a medicine dropper.
Fortunately, yesterday's game was blacked out in the Jacksonville area or he may still be in the hospital tonight.
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S-ACC


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
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PINNACLE ACC - SATURDAY
And with football just about over basketball is cranking up and tomorrow we have a great ACC doubleheader as Florida State takes on N.C. State at 1:30.
And North Carolina and Clemson battle at four right here on Your Hometown Station.
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PInnacle ACC - Sunday
Then Sunday afternoon at one o'clock the Virginia Cavaliers return to the Commonwealth and the ACC portion of the their schedule for a game with Wake Forest.
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Almanac


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Kicking off the new year with an interesting weather month. Here is our January almanac.
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