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News-Heads

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Coming up on NEws 7-
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Paula Jones arrives in the nations Capitol- one day before her attorneys are to question the President.
A freighter sinks off the Newfoundland coast- killing 15 people.
A pipe bomb is found at the Roanoke post office.
And the movie (Ohm-istahd) Amistad opens in town-
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News 7 is next.

Jones


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President Clinton will give a deposition tomorrow in the sexual harrassment case against him.
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Paula Jones travelled from Los Angeles to Washington- where tomorrow her attorneys will question the president.
Jones claims Clinton made sexual advances to her seven years ago- when he was Governor of Arkansas.
Saturday will be the first time an American President testifies in a criminal or civil suit.
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TX-Tobacco


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A tobacco industry record breaker today--
Texas settled a lawsuit over smoking-related health care costs.
The state will get more than 15 billion dollars with most of the money going towards children.
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((DAN MORALES/TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL; THE SPECIFIC PROVISIONS OF OUR ACCORD REPRESENT A PROFOUND COMMITMENT BY OUR STATE TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND LIVES OF OUR CITIZENRY, ESPECIALLY OUR CHILDREN.))
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This marks the largest settlement in the history of U.S. litigation-- more than doubling the amount tobacco companies paid to settle two other state cases.


Freighter


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Tragedy at sea off the Coast of NewFoundland.
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A cargo ship sank- 15 crew members are dead, and six others are missing.
Four crewmen were in the cold water clinging to a lifeboat when rescuers aboard a helicopter saved them.
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((HALF THE SHIP IS STILL FLOATING. PART OF THE MIDDLE IS STILL FLOATING LOTS OF DEBRIS, LOTS OF ICE.))
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No word on what caused the freighter to sink- but 12 foot waves were reported in the region.
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Salem-Gun


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Salem police charged a seventh- grader on Tuesday with possession of a firearm on school property.
School officials at Andrew Lewis Middle School allegedly confiscated a loaded, caliber pistol from the 13 year old's backpack.
He was taken into custody and later released to his parents.
The administration is recommending the student be expelled-- he's currently suspended for 10 days.

Pipe-Bomb


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A potentially deadly pipe bomb was discovered late Tuesday night in a Roanoke Post Office.
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State Police moved in shortly after and disarmed the device.
An employee spotted the bomb on a conveyor belt.
It's believed the explosive was picked up by a mail carrier from a roadside collection box somewhere in southwest Virginia.
Tracking the bomb might prove to be difficult because it wasn't addressed to anyone and didn't have any postage. But, that's not stopping authorities--
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((KEVIN BOYLE/POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE: THIS IS GOING TO BE A COOPERATIVE EFFORT BETWEEN THE POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE, VIRGINIA STATE POLICE AND THE ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND FIREARMS HERE IN ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. ALL THE EVIDENCE HAS BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE LABORATORY.))
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The postal service usually offers a 50-thousand dollar reward for information regarding mailing explosive devices.



XGR


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TAPE#97-93
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Richmond is gearing up tonight for a party.
It is the eve of the inauguration of James S. Gilmore the third as governor.
And, it comes just 24 hours after Virginia Democrats loosened their century-long grip on state government with a power-sharing agreement in the House of Delegates.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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((DEL. DICK CRANWELL: A LONG TERM...IN THE VALLEY.))
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A vote on rules to share committee power -- at least for four years -- was applauded on both sides of the aisle.
Today, three Republicans were sworn in to make it official.
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((DEL. TOM MOSS/D-NORFOLK: AND I OFFER ALSO MY CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU. YOU HAVE WITNESSED PREVIOUSLY A RATHER DIFFICULT TIME.))
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The new Governor- elect had the lawmakers over for lunch and an olive branch.
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((GOV.-ELECT JIM GILMORE: I'M PROUD OF THE HOUSE. THAT THEY HAVE FOUND A WAY TO MAKE SURE THAT ALL PEOPLE ARE .. SO I'M VERY HAPPY ABOUT THE POWER-SHARING ARRANGEMENT.))
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A bittersweet moment in the Senate -- where Gilmore's vanquished foe gavelled out his last session after eight years as lieutenant governor -- to emotional bi-partisan praise.
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: THIS HAS BEEN...IT FOR ANYTHING.))
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So the man who defeated Don Beyer will be sworn in at noon tomorrow.
Jim Gilmore will be Virginia's 68th governor.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Tease#1



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Still ahead on the newscast, Senator Chuck Robb doesn't want tobacco-growing communities to get burned,
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and, a U.S. Senator is going into space for a second time.
Senator John Glenn will help NASA study the affects of aging.
Those stories and more are coming up when the newscast continues. Stay with us.
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Folo-Abed


ANCHOR=Jean
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The couple who died in an apartment fire on Thirteenth Street in Roanoke three years ago had literally pointed the finger across the street at the man they believed was behind the firebombing of the Corner Store earlier in the day.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape;


A co-owner of the store testified in the Abed arson and racketeering trial today.
Danny Kirk says he overheard Todd Thomas hollering at the owner of a rival business across the street.
Kirk says Thomas said something to the effect that he believed (fah-hawd ta-WALLbee) Fahad Tawalbeh did it.
Tawalbeh is one of half a dozen men accused of firebombing the apartment to silence Thomas and his girlfriend, Barbara Hardy.
The government also believes Joe Abbott--the alleged "Godfather" of the Abed family--controlled the Speedway and was behind the firebombing.
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Spangler


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


A judge is expected to decide next month whether four felony charges will be dismissed in a Giles County burglary case.
This-- after the commonwealth's attorney allegedly waited too long to file the necessary paper work.
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SUPER=03-Giles Co.;


Roy Jason (Bowls) Bowles is charged with breaking and entering as well as grand larceny.
The offenses allegedly occurred last February.
Today in court--- Bowles' attorney argued to have the charges dismissed

saying prosector Garland Spangler failed to bring Bowles to trial within the appropriate time frame.
But, Spangler disagreed saying the 180-day window to prosecute someone begins at the time of arrest-- which was November.
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Robb-Tobacco


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Senator Chuck Robb says it's the only way to help tobacco farmers who could lose big bucks in the wake of the tobacco settlement.
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SUPER=03-Danville;


Robb is proposing federal legislation that calls for the privatization of the tobacco market.
He discussed his plan with tobacco growers and producers today in Danville.
The bill would eliminate government-controlled quotas.. and provide millions of dollars in economic development to tobacco-dependent communities.
Robb says his plan hinges on money coming from the tobacco settlement.
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((SEN. CHARLES ROBB/VIRGINIA: WE'RE NOT FINDING MONEY ON TREES HERE. IT'S TAKING PART OF THE MONEY THAT IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE A PENALTY TO A CERTAIN EXTENT TO THE TOBACCO COMPANIES AND USING IT IN WAYS THAT WILL PROTECT THE GROWERS AND THEIR COMMUNITIES.))
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Senator Robb will introduce his proposal when Congress reconvenes January 27th.

Domaleski


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A body that washed ashore on a Delaware beach earlier this week IS that of a missing Lynchburg man.
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22-year old Mark Domaleski disappeared in November from the Americorps campground where he was staying.
State police found his body Tuesday.
They ruled his death accidental.
A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday in Lynchburg.
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Glenn


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He was an American hero and is about to become one again.
John Glenn is heading off for another historic trip into space.
Jonathan Freed has more.
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((It's a view that so many take for granted, these days. But 36 years ago...
CRONKITE: LOOKS LIKE A GOOD FLIGHT, OH GO BABY! John Glenn was the first American to orbit the earth...taking it all in with his own eyes. GLENN IN SPACE: THAT VIEW IS TREMENDOUS.
Friday afternoon, those same eyes were beaming...as NASA confirmed that the now U-S Senator from Ohio will be reverting to his alter-ego...astronaut and American hero.
SEN. JOHN GLENN: ON BEHALF OF EVERYBODY MY AGE AND OLDER AND THOSE WHO ARE ABOUT TO BE OUR AGE BEFORE TOO MANY YEARS HAVE GONE...I CAN GUARANTEE YOU I'LL GIVE IT MY VERY BEST TRY. Glenn is heading back to space this fall, aboard the shuttle. He'll be 77 and it would make him the oldest person ever to cheat gravity in orbit. Officially, he's going to help study the aging process. But NASA admits that he'll also be strapping in as a national inspiration...saying Glenn...
BITE 12:01:50 (DAN GOLDIN/NASA ADMINISTRATOR): ...IS NOW POISED TO SHOW THE WORLD THAT SENIOR CITIZENS HAVE THE RIGHT STUFF. Some are calling it a NASA publicity stunt, a political payoff, or a waste of money. Others see it as a fitting "thank you" for a life dedicated to his country. Jonathan Freed, CBS News.))

Tease#2



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Straight ahead--Lynchburg finally gets a new planning director - and she's got her eyes on downtown development.
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Plus, financing an education is almost as tough as getting the degree. But, get ready to take some notes, we'll have some tips on how to pay for college.
Those stories plus Robin Reed's weekend forecast when the news continues.
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L'burg-Development


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She's worked in Boston, Washington D.C. and Paris.. now Rachel Flynn is ready to apply her talents to Lynchburg.
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Flynn was introduced today as the city's new director of planning and economic development.
A Harvard University graduate, she also holds a degree in architecture.
Flynn says helping to revitalize Lynchburg's downtown will be one of her top priorities.
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((RACHEL FLYNN/LYNCHBURG ECON. DEV. DIRECTOR: RECREATE THE FABRIC, AS YOU CAN SEE THERE'S A LOT OF LITTLE PIECES BUT THERE'S NO COHESION. AND IF YOU CAN ATTRACT BUSINESS AND GIVE THEM ENOUGH INCENTIVE TO COME HERE, AND LOOK AT THE PARKING SITUATIONS, LOOK AT THE WATERFRONT, AND THREAD IT ALL TOGETHER TO MAKE PEOPLE WANT TO COME HERE.))
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Flynn was selected from a field of 70 applicants for the job.
She replaces Richard Jacques (jakes) who took a position with U-V-A in 1995.
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2-Financial-Aid


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Being a college student isn't only an INTELLECTUAL challenge, it can also be a challenge for the WALLET.
Tonight, we conclude our two- part series on financial aid.
Grab a pencil, Kimberly McBroom outlines some of the most common sources of college money.
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((Virginia Tech's campus is the educational host to some 25- thousand students.
More than half of those receive some form of financial aid.
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((ANDY HAYES/VIRGINIA TECH JUNIOR: AS A STUDENT, YOU NEED SOME HELP EVERY NOW AND THEN AND YOU'VE GOT TO GET IT ANY WAY YOU CAN. SO, IT HELPS ME A LOT. ))
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((CHARLES TCHATCHOUA/VIRGINIA TECH GRADUATE STUDENT: I WOULDN'T BE STUDYING AT ALL IF I DIDN'T HAVE THE FINANCIAL AID PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT. ))
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The paperwork doesn't end once you get to college.
Students still must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid EVERY year to keep the money coming.
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((CHRIS ASHBY/VIRGINIA TECH SENIOR: I'M ON MY WAY TO FIND OUT WHAT THEY'RE GOING TO DO FOR ME NOW. ))
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PRE- PRO PAGE 1 Here please
The most common students loans include the Stafford loan, good for a maximum 5,500 dollars a year.
The Perkins Loan usually brings in around a thousand per year.
As for "free money", the Pell Grant, which is based on income, is worth up to 27- hundred dollars a year. end pre- pro
One of the biggest recent changes is that the state is requiring students maintain at least a "C" average AFTER their sophomore year to receive the Commonwealth Award.
With all that's available to students, it can be overwhelming.
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((ZELMA HARRIS/VA TECH FIN. AID OFFICE: SO, WE TRY VERY HARD TO PROVIDE AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE PEOPLE FEEL COMFORTABLE TALKING TO THEIR COUNSELOR AND WHILE WE MAY HAVE TO SAY "NO" MORE OFTEN THAN WE WOULD LIKE TO, WE TRY TO OFFER THE STUDENTS AS MANY OPTIONS AS POSSIBLE. ))
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Financial aid can also put a more expensive private college within reach.
Of Roanoke College's 17- hundred students, 15- hundred are receiving it.
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((DONNA PRITCHARD/ROANOKE COLLEGE SOPHOMORE: I'M RECEIVING A STAFFORD LOAN AND A ROANOKE COLLEGE LOAN AND SEVERAL GRANTS FROM THE STATE AND FROM FEDERAL. ))
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PRE- PRO PAGE 2
In- state students attending private schools are eligible for the tuition assistance grant now worth two thousand dollars a year.
And if outgoing Governor Allen's budget is approved, that figure will increase to 26- hundred dollars. END PRE- PRO

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((TOMMY BLAIR/ROANOKE COLLEGE FIN. AID DIR.: I GUESS I WOULD AVOID THE STICKER SHOCK, THE STICKER PRICE SHOCK. DON'T LOOK AT A COLLEGE GUIDE AND SEE THAT ROANOKE COLLEGE COSTS IN EXCESS OF 20- THOUSAND AND SCRATCH IT OFF YOUR LIST. OUR AVERAGE FINANCIAL AID AWARD TO OUR STUDENTS IS IN EXCESS OF 13- THOUSAND DOLLARS. ))
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When the help comes in the form of loans-- many have a six- month payment deferment plan.
That gives loan recipients like Aaron Stiltner a little breathing room after graduation.
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((Kimberly McBroom/News 7: Hoping to find a job soon? AARON STILTNER/ROANOKE COLLEGE SENIOR: YEAH, I HAVE A PART TIME JOB IN TOWN, BUT I NEED A FULL- TIME JOB. YEAH. (LAUGHTER) ))
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ESS/FULL= WEB WATCH GRAPHIC HERE


You can access more information online from the National Financial Aid Association.
It can be found in the Web Watch section of the W-D-B-J 7 Internet Home Page.
Happy searching!
Kimberly McBroom, News 7.))

Neighbors


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=sly
TAPE#97-98
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A long time member of the News-7 family bid farewell today.
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You may not recognize him, but Director John Neighbors is responsible for making many of our NEWS-7 newscasts appear flawlessly on the air.
Earlier today, the staff gathered to recognize his many contributions to WDBJ-7, and congratulate him on his retirement.
Over his 32-years here, Johnny's seen many changes in television.
We've always counted on his skills and pleasant attitude.
Now Johnny will direct his energy towards his family and travel.
He'll be greatly missed here at your Hometown Station.
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Forecasts
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S-Extra


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it's Friday night at the basketball fights; highlights from 3 games, the Express lowdown,
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And tonight's extra point. Some extra good news for Winston Cup Star Darrell waltrip.
this afternoon Waltrip announced that he has finally secured sponsorship money for the upcoming season from construction giant Builders Square Hechenger and Speed Block.
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((DARRELL WALTRIP/84 CAREER WINS ))
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Find out more about D W's Deal tomorrow night at six.
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S-Cave


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Highlights from three basketball games to bring ya. Ladies first. William Fleming at Cave Spring.
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The Lady Colonels came into Cave Court leading the RVD.
Watch Cave's Mandy Warsaw make the nice tough pass to Lindsay Cannon who...fires away for the hoop.
A few minutes later...cannon...to Amber neil to Amy SUPER=34-Cave

Spring/54/William Fleming/40; Causey.. to Lauren Carr for the press breaker bucket.
Fleming answers. Shaunary Walker finds Tonia Brown in the corner. She buries the shot.
Then; Walker deserves to go to prison for stealing and she scores; but cave Spring grabs a share of the district's first place with a 54-40 victory.
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S-Knights


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VO-NAT WIPE TO #ENG!!!!!!
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Knights vs. Colonels; :00


On the boys side; a standing room only crowd at William Fleming to watch the Colonels take on Cave Spring for the top position in the R-V-D.
And the Colonels take command early, Derrick Turner underneath to Michael Fleshman for the bucket for two of his 14.
Cave Spring's Darnell Glover tries to keep his team in the game with a drive to the hoop for two off the glass.
SUPER=34-William Fleming/71/Cave Spring/62;


But Fleshman makes the move and William Fleming takes the game 71-62 Cave Spring.
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S-Northside


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WRITER=Dal
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GRAPHIC=High School Hoops


Back to Roanoke County where Northside welcomed Blacksburg ina key Blue Ridge District contest in Viking country.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Indians vs. Vikings; :00;


The Vikings planned but the Indians took home scalps.
And they did it with plays like this one... Scot Aden kicks it out to Lee Smith for the three. He scored 12 on the night.
The Vikings try to keep it close as James Bandy gets two from the top of the key. Bandy would tally 10.
SUPER=34-Blacksburg/62/Northside/54;


Blacksburg goes on to win it 62-54 over Northside.
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full screen board
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William Fleming and Providence Day play at 3 PM followed by the Salem/ Lee of Staunton game.
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At 6-30 Patrick Henry takes on Liberty.
and Northside then tales on Chapel Hill of North Carolina; all games at the Salem Civic Center.
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S-Crestar


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11PM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# BB98-1
GRAPHIC=High School Basketball


If you are high school basketball fan; then I have your weekend itenerary.
it includes a trip to Salem. (----------------)
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SUPER=03-Salem/Last Year;


That's right it's time for the 10th annual Crestar Roundball Classic.
College recruiters will be on hand to take in the action and court some of the high profile players.
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((WOODY DEANS/TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR: IT'S GOOD EXPERIENCE FOR OUR LOCAL TEAMS TO PLAY REAL GOOD COMPETITION AND IT HELPS THEM DOWN THE ROAD WHEN IT COMES TOURNAMENT TIME.))
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full screen board
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William Fleming and Providence Day play at 3 PM followed by the Salem/ Lee of Staunton game.
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At 6-30 Patrick Henry takes on Liberty.
and Northside then tales on Chapel Hill of North Carolina; all games at the Salem Civic Center.
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S-Express


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Goalie Daniel Berthiaume registered 43 saves as the Express beat the Charlotte Checkers tonight on the road 4-1. Chris Cantu scored twice and J.F. Tremblay had a goal. Now your numbers.
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WIPE TO MOTION!!!!!!
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Sports tease


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Still more sports a head. What's all the complaining coming fromthe GM racing teams about??
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Bill Elliott and others will adress the Taurus issue as Mike Stevens' NASCAR media tour reports continue.
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S-Ford


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#S7-16
GRAPHIC=Media Tour


Ford Motor teams have been wining so much about their new model; one might think GM fortified them with a tordus; not a Taurus.
But Mike Steves says; not many expected Ford Family members to be as slow as a turtle in giving each other a helping hand.
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SUPER=01-Rick Mast/Remington Ford Driver; :55
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SUPER=01-Jeff Motley/NASCAR Spokesman; 1:13
SUPER=01-Rusty Wallace/Miller Ford Driver; 1:26
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Amistad


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In Roanoke, it's opening night for a movie that's been playing in many cities for more than a month.
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Excited movie-goers lined up outside the Grandin Theatre tonight to see Amistad (Ahm-au-stahd).
It's the Steven Spielberg drama about a mutiny onboard a slave ship in 18-39.
SUPER=75-"Amistad"/Dreamworks SKG;


The slaves were charged with murder in a case that went all the way to the Supreme Court.
When the slaves were freed, their story bolstered the abolitionist movement and inflamed passions leading up to the Civil War.
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((CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE: IT'S A SHAME WE DON'T SEE A LOT OF MOVIES THAT DEPICT THE TRUE NATURE OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS AND THIS MOVIE SHINES A VERY POSITIVE LIGHT. IT'S REFRESHING TO SEE SOMETHING DIFFERENT ON THE SCREEN.))
SUPER=75-Christopher Lawrence/Movie-Goer;
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OUT Q=ON THE SCREEN
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In the past month, angry callers have complained to Roanoke-area theaters... saying it should not have taken so long for Amistad to open here.
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