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Bedford's Independent Delegate Lacy Putney forces a power-sharing agreement in the state HOUSE, by sitting in with the REPUBLICAN caucus.
A LIVE report from Richmond coming your way in just a moment.
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ANCHOR=Keith


And state funds flow to Lynchburg... hand-delivered by the governor- -a LIVE story on THAT, too. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Steve


Virginia and Virginia Tech hit their respective courts tonight in mens basketball action, the Express plays its first game after gaining a share of first place in the division,
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And what do former Winston Cup champs talk about when they're together. Mike Stevens will tell you later in sports.
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The threat of additional icing melts away. Next up clouds and drizzle for your Friday.

XGR


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-93
GRAPHIC=Session 98


A nasty firefight over Speaker of the House yesterday- -gave way today to political realities at the Virginia General Assembly.
Double Boxes=Keith and Ellen/StarLink


Ellen Qualls is at the State Capitol.
What's going on in the House of Delegates today?
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Two years ago, Keith, a 20-20 split in the Senate paved the way for power sharing in the upper chamber.
Today, the lone Independent in the lower chamber -- Bedford Delegate Lacey Putney -- pushed his feisty colleagues in that direction.
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((DEL. LACEY PUTNEY/I-BEDFORD: I'M NOT ORCHESTRATING ANYTHING. I'M NOT-- I'M NOT. I'M SIMPLY SITTING WITH A GROUP OF FRIENDS IS ALL I'M DOING.))
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Lacey Putney doesn't much like the spotlight-- but by officially declaring himself a member of the Republican Caucus this year, Putney's changed the equation in the House.
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((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/R-SALEM: WELL IT MAKES IT CLEAR, YOU KNOW, LACEY HAS JOINED OUR CAUCUS BUT IS STILL AN INDEPENDENT-- WE HAVE PARAMETERS THAT ALLOW THAT IN OUR CAUCUS. AND HIS JOINING OUR CAUCUS MAKES IT CLEAR THAT THE HOUSE IS TRULY DIVIDED 50-50. SO IN THAT SENSE, FROM A PSYCHOLOGICAL STANDPOINT IT'S VERY IMPORTANT.))
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((DEL. DICK CRANWELL/D-VINTON: WELL THAT MEANS EXACTLY WHAT IT MEANS. IN DOING WHAT WE'RE DOING NOW WE HAVE TO VIEW HIM BASICALLY AS A MEMBER OF THE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS.))
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((DEL. VANCE WILKINS/R-AMHERST: IT'S A LONG TERM RELATIONSHIP WITH LACEY AND I, SO IT TRANSCENDS WAY BACK BEFORE THIS WAS EVEN A PIPE DREAM. So what is your goal for today? MY GOAL FOR TODAY IS TO ACHIEVE FAIRNESS IN THE HOUSE.))
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The House is just now re-convening after a day of closed-door negotiations over committee assignments.
It appears likely Democrat Tom Moss will remain Speaker -- but Republicans may finally chair some committees AND get a one vote majority on others.
Also on tap tonight just a few blocks from here, Governor-elect Jim Gilmore's No Car Tax celebration at the Tredegar Iron Works.
Double Boxes=Keith and Ellen/StarLink


That's billed Keith as a sort of Boston Tea Party for the car tax.
(Keith question:I take that as sort of coming attractions.)


Winter-Weath


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=chu
TAPE#97-96
GRAPHIC=Winter Weather


Hundreds of people in the greater Roanoke Valley are without power tonight.. thanks to the icy weather.
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**Keith on ENG**
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American Electric Power crews worked today to remove tree branches from downed power lines.
A-E-P says at least 8-hundred customers are currently experiencing outages.
Ice scrapers came in handy for morning commuters.. as they cleared off icy windshields.
Some kids got a few extra hours of sleep.
Many area schools were delayed.. some even cancelled classes.
Generally, folks are happy the storm wasn't any worse.
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School-Information


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=School Information


There are some weather related school announcements for tonight and tomorrow. Take Schoolwatch Board Fullscreen
Jackson River Technical School has no adult or evening classes tonight.
Campbell County Schools will open one hour late.
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And Pittsylvania County Schools HAD scheduled a teacher work day for tomorrow, but it is now a regular school day.
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One of the Hill City's major employers is adding on jobs. Steve Smallshaw will have a live report coming up next on News 7 at Six.
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and advice for students and parents worried that a college education will put them deep in debt. There is financial help out there--but you have to know where to look.
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Ericsson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
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TAPE#97-86
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It was the last public appearance of his four- year administration, and Governor George Allen said it was fitting his visit to Lynchburg today was all about economic development.
Double Boxes=Keith and Steve/Microwave


Let's dial up Steve Smallshaw.
Steve, it seems every time Allen has come to Lynchburg, it's been to talk about a deal for the Ericsson Corporation.
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Keith, by our count, this was Governor Allen's FOURTH trip to Ericsson in the last four years.. and once again, he came bearing gifts.
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(( This time it was a check for 800- thousand dollars to help Lynchburg build a 100- thousand square foot warehouse for Ericsson's cell phone manufacturing division.
It also means another 150 new jobs the Allen administration can take credit for.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: ERICSSON'S DECISION MEANS MORE JOBS FROM THESE INDUSTRIES AND IT DOES HELP US FINISH OFF WITH A STRONG KICK.))
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With its cell phone production doubling over the last year, Ericsson needed to grow.
Although North Carolina also was in the running, the most logical place for expansion was in Lynchburg, right next door to the company that makes the plastic casings for Ericsson's phones.
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((ROLF STAHRE/ERICSSON V.P. MANUFACTURING: IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS, THE MOBILE PHONE MARKET IS EXPECTED TO TRIPLE IN SIZE. THE LYNCHBURG MANUFACTURING FACILITY IS CRITICAL TO OUR ABILITY TO CAPITALIZE ON THE GROWTH AS WE INCREASE OUR SHARE OF THE MARKET.))
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The new facility will go here, on land directly adjacent to the Lynchpin Industrial Park.
The city is spending 1- point- 2 million dollars of its own money to prepare the site and construct the building.. Ericsson will start leasing it in May.
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((CHARLES CHURCH/LYNCHBURG CITY MANAGER: IT'S A GOOD LOCATION AND IT HAS OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE EXPANSION SHOULD THE NEED ARISE AS WELL, SO WE'RE VERY PLEASED AND EXCITED FOR WHAT IT'S GOING TO DO FOR THE LYNCHBURG AREA.))
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Charles Church says the leasing arrangement is nothing new.. it's similar to a locality constructing a shell building and waiting for a tenant to move in.
Double Boxes=Keith and Steve/Microwave


This time, the tenant was already here.. and Church says the city's willingness to build the warehouse FOR Ericsson was a big factor in the company's decision to expand here. Keith?

Bassett-Walker


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#97-89
GRAPHIC=Layoffs


The news is not as good at a factory in Chatham.
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Bassett-Walker is closing its plant there, putting close to 350-people out of work.
It's one of three Bassett facilities closing.
And it's the latest in a series of layoffs plaguing textile plants.
Companies say there is a shrinking demand for knit products.
And plant managers say they're having a hard time paying American workers when there's cheap labor available in other countries.
Bassett's plant in Chatham will stay open until March 14th.
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Farmer


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
TAPE#97-90
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A Virginia college professor received the nation's highest civilian honor at the White House today.
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Civil rights pioneer James Farmer has been given the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Farmer organized the civil rights movement's Freedom Rides in the 1960s. He also founded the Congress of Racial Equality.
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The 78 year old Farmer is now a professor at Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg.
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Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
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The stock market took a tumble today. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
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Sakelleris


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=5p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#598-04
GRAPHIC=Legal Sales


A Danville man has lost a federal lawsuit against three city police officers.
A jury this afternoon rejected the claim that he was beaten when he arrested about four years ago.
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Sam Sakellaris sued officers L-M Adkins and L-R Kennedy, saying they beat him while he was handcuffed.
The lawsuit also said Lientenant J- C Lewis stood by and encouraged it.
But the jury sided with the defendants at the end a three-day trial in Danville federal court.
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1-Financial-Aid


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#97-87
GRAPHIC=Education


This is the time of the school year when students and parents begin worrying about paying for NEXT year's college bill.
Many financial aid applications must be filed this month.
In the end, many families will end up taking out loans.
But that doesn't have to be the case--not if parents and teenagers think of the process as an on-going one.
In the first of a two- part report, Kimberly McBroom tells us how some high school seniors are finding their special talents may translate into scholarship dollars.
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Robby Sinclair wants to be a jazz musician someday.
But his dream of attending the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music doesn't come cheap.
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((ROBBY SINCLAIR/CAVE SPRING SENIOR: I'D LIKE TO GET SCHOLARSHIPS, JUST BECAUSE I'D FEEL BETTER ABOUT MY TALENTS IF I COULD GET SCHOLARSHIPS OFF OF IT. BUT I THINK I'M GOING TO HAVE TO GET SOME LOANS, OF COURSE, AND SOME FINANCIAL AID.))
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That strikes a familiar chord with MANY rising college freshmen.
Making the grade is important, and students like Robby with special talents make themselves more marketable for financial assistance.
High school counselors say NOW is the time seniors should begin applying for aid.
That requires filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.
The form may look intimidating-- but it can lead to big money.
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((DALE JOHNSON/PATRICK HENRY GUIDANCE DEPT.: PEOPLE NEED TO HAVE ACCESS TO THEIR W-2, THEIR WAGE STATEMENT, AND THINGS LIKE THAT. THEY DON'T HAVE TO HAVE FILED THEIR INCOME TAX, BUT THEY NEED TO HAVE THE FIGURES THAT THEY'RE GOING TO USE WITH THAT. ))
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High school career labs are the best immediate sources of scholarship information.
Deedee Harris spends a lot of time there.
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((DEEDEE HARRIS/CAVE SPRING SENIOR: IT'S DEFINITELY WORTH IT, BECAUSE I'VE HEARD SO MANY STORIES ABOUT APPLYING FOR-- TAKING OUT LOANS AND ALL THAT STUFF, THAT IT'S HARD TO PAY THEM BACK AND MOST OF YOUR MONEY, ONCE YOU START MAKING MONEY IN YOUR CAREER HAS TO GO TO PAYING STUDENT LOANS AND I KIND OF WANT TO AVOID THAT. ))
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The Internet is a key reference for both scholarships AND loans.
Counselors say there is plenty of FREE information on-line, and students should take advantage of it BEFORE shelling out money to scholarship- hunting services.
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((FRAN CASEY/CAVE SPRING GUIDANCE DEPT.: IT'S NOT NECESSARY. THERE'S SO MUCH INFORMATION READILY AVAILABLE TO PEOPLE THAT-- I THINK PEOPLE SHOULD CAREFULLY CONSIDER BEFORE THEY PAY PEOPLE MONEY. ))
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If you're planning far ahead-- current ninth graders are the first class eligible for the Virginia Prepaid Education Program.
It secures today's college tuition cost for tomorrow's college students.
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((GOVENOR GEORGE ALLEN: IT'S A GOOD WAY OF INVESTING. IT GIVES THEM SECURITY, AND I THINK IT ALSO RAISES THE EXPECTATIONS IN THE MINDS OF THE PARENTS AND OF THE YOUNGSTER. ))
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: TOMORROW, WE'LL HEAR FROM COLLEGE STUDENTS THEMSELVES ABOUT HOW THEY'RE PAYING FOR SCHOOL.
AND HAVE YOUR PENCIL READY, WE'LL GO OVER SPECIFIC GRANTS AND LOANS, AS WELL AS CHANGES IN STORE FOR VIRGINIA STUDENTS.
KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7. ))
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Sports tease


ANCHOR=steve
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WRITER=sma
TAPE#none
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Mike Stevens checks in from the Carolinas with the latest from the NASCAR Media Tour, the Express talks about playing Chesapeake.
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and the Hokies will try and rebound from a tough loss to UVa tonight against Dayton.
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S-Racing


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-38/S8-1
GRAPHIC=Winston Cup Tour


The NASCAR Media Tour focussed on the the 50th anniversary celebration today and tonight Mike Stevens tells us about the first of many special gatherings planned for this season.
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S-UVA


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#VB98-1
GRAPHIC=ACC logo


Virginia is back in action tonight in Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech in an A-C-C match up.
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The Cavaliers dominated Virginia Tech a couple of nights ago at the Roanoke Civic Center.
But tonight's game with the Yellow Jackets is big for the Cavaliers as they finish out the month of January with A-C-C games.
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S-Board


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NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
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If you want to catch cavaliers in action tonight then stick with us and tune in to your Hometown Station. The Virginia/Georgia tech ACC showdown airs right here on WDBJ tonight at 8.

S-Hokies


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#TB98-1
GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech


Meantime, Virginia Tech picks up its conference scheduled tonight on the road at Dayton, The Hottest team in the Atlantic 10.
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The Hokies have six conference games this month and three of them are on the road beginning with tonights stop in Dayton.
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The Hokies and Oliver Purnell's Dayton Flyers tip it off tonight at 7 Thirty.

S-Express


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=ICE-98
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The Express is on the road for a Northeast Division game against Chesapeake tonight. 21-10 and 3 Roanoke; atop the division might look better on paper than the fifth place icebreakers; but; at 14 and 14; Chesapeake is dangerous.
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Tonight on News 7 at 11, there are questions about how he will pay for it--
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but Jean Jadhon tells us Governor Elect Jim Gilmore is standing behind his number one campaign promise.
Live=Jean Full/Newsroom
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Keith, it's the issue that put Gilmore in the Governor's Mansion-- and he's still vowing
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to phase out the personal property tax on cars. His campaign staff has organized a "No Car Tax" rally this evening in Richmond, as part of the activities leading up to the inauguration this Saturday.
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We'll have the story, plus all the latest news, weather, and sports tonight on News 7 at 11--Keith?

Weekend-Promo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
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And speaking of the Gilmore inauguration this Saturday--
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Take Fullscreen Board 9404 Weekend News
we'll have live reports on News 7 Saturday Morning. That's at eight a-m.
Denise Allen and Andrew Freiden will get your weekend off to a good start.
Join them again for News 7 Sunday Morning, also at eight o'clock. (ad lib byes) Talent=Keith