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next on news-7
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Gunfire erupts at a parade to honor Martin Luther King. and residents put up a fight after learning a convicted sex offender is living in their Covington neighborhood Wx-Heads
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After a brush with winter precipitation today, things settle down for the next 48 hours. Partly Cloudy and chilly higlights the forecast for tomorrow.

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SOT 15:26:45
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((IT'S A TRAGEDY THAT'S IRONIC THAT WE WOULD HAVE A DEATH ON THIS DAY WHEN WE'RE TRYING TO CELEBRATE THE BIRTH AND LIFE OF A MAN WHO STOOD FOR NON-VIOLENCE.))
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OUT Q=for non violence.
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A man is shot and killed today at a parade to honor Martin Luther King.
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5-MLK-Shooting


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#NET-A
GRAPHIC=NEWS-7 AT FIVE


Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
SS=MLK


Martin Luther King stood for non-volence, but it was a violent act that overshadowed a parade in his honor.
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SUPER=03-Baton Rouge, LA;


Gunfire erupted at a parade in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
A 25 year old man is dead and three children are hopsitlized- one is a six year old girl who is in critical condition.
Police say it appears today's shooting resulted from a fight among parade goers.
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SOT 15:26:16
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((CORP. CHARLES ARMSTRONG/BATON ROUGE POLICE: ALL WE HAVE NOW IS A MALE, A BLACK MALE IN A BROWN OR ORANGE SHIRT SEEN RUNNING AWAY FROM THE SCENE AFTER THE SHOOTING THAT'S ALL WE HAVE TO GO ON RIGHT NOW.))
SUPER=01-Corp. Charles Armstrong/Baton Rouge Police;
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OUT Q=to go on right now.
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Police say all of the victims are black and they don't believe race was a factor.
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ANCHOR=Jean
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WRITER=tte
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And on this day when the nation pauses to honor the memory of the slain civil rights leader--
The Ku Klux Klan held a rally in the Patrick County community of Stuart.
About 15 Klan members marched up Main Street to the courthouse.
They chanted "White Power" and held up flags with swastikas--
Written on white bedsheets was a post office box address for the Klan.
Between 150 and 200 people watched the demonstration.
The Sheriff says the Klan had been given permission to close the road for the march.

5-King-March


ANCHOR=Jean
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WRITER=chu
TAPE#597-48
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In Roanoke, King Day observances were peaceful.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


With the American flag leading the way.. dozens marched for jobs, justice, and peace.
People of all races came to show their support for unity.
Today's event was organized by the Roanoke Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
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SOT 11:48:57-:07
IN Q=People now the know

((R.L. CHUBB/MARCHER: PEOPLE NOW KNOW THE LAWS, THEY KNOW THE RULES. AND IF WE DON'T HAVE UNITY AND WORK TOGETHER, WE WILL PERISH. WE WILL DESTROY EACH OTHER AND SELF DESTRUCT.))
SUPER=07-R.L. Chubb; :00
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OUT Q=singing
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VO-NAT


The march ended with this service at St. Paul's United Methodist Church.
Doctor King was honored in prayer and song.
And young Stuart Brown recited King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech.
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5-Lee-Jackson


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=five
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#597-51
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In Lexington, the holiday brought a defense of Robert E. Lee and the confederate general's place in history.
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SUPER=03-Lexington;


Students and faculty members at Washington and Lee University gathered for a Founder's Day convocation.
Virginia Tech Professor and civil war historian James Robertson said Lee earned his reputation as a brilliant leader, despite recent accounts that questioned his contributions.
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SOT
IN Q=He was above all else

((JAMES ROBERTSON/CIVIL WAR HISTORIAN: HE WAS ABOVE ALL ELSE A TRULY EXTRAORDINARY INDIVIDUAL. HE'S THE ONE MAN WHO SAVED THIS COUNTRY IN THE POST 1860S, THE ONLY MAN WHO COULD HAVE HELPED THE SOUTH GET OVER ITS SHATTERED DREAMS, PUT IT BACK ON ITS FEET AND DO IT TO THE ADMIRATION OF THE COUNTRY.))
SUPER=01-James Robertson/Civil War Historian;
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OUT Q=the admiration of the country.
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Robertson says he believes Lee's greatest achievement was the presidency of Washington College, a position he accepted following the civil war when the school was struggling.
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5-XGR


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
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TAPE#597-49 /rolled from truck
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Virginia's General Assembly paid its own tribute to Lee-Jackson-King Day in Virginia.
DOUBLE BOXES Jean/Ellen


Ellen Qualls is at the State Capitol tonight with that-- and all the latest.
ANCHOR=ellen
Jean, the more things change,SUPER=@Ellen1;
SUPER=06-Richmond;

the more they stay the same in Richmond.
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SOT **rolled from truck **
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SUPER=03-Richmond; :00
SUPER=01-Sen. Benjamin Lambert/(D) Richmond; :24
SUPER=@Edwards; :40
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((
Carry Me Back is now the state song emeritus -- but it's still an annual part of the Lee- Jackson service.
sot 21:41

((THERE'S WHERE THIS OLD DARKEY'S HEART AM LONG TO GO.))
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That was the old Senate Chamber.
In the current chamber, with new Lieutenant Governor John Hager presiding, the King part of the holiday was recognized.
SOT BRUCE TAPE 12:43:59

((SEN. BENJAMIN LAMBERT/D-RICHMOND: IT IS UP TO US TO RID OURSELVES OF RACISM, PREJUDICE, AND ALL FORMS OF INJUSTICE.))
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Meanwhile, lawmakers are in the frenzy to introduce bills.
Roanoke's Senator has a bill to involve citizens in the selection of Supreme Court and Appeals court judges.
SOT 04:44:24

((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS: I THINK MANY OF US WERE VERY FRUSTRATED LAST YEAR THAT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY FAILED TO CARRY OUT ITS CONSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY ON ELECTING A JUSTICE TO THE SUPREME COURT OF VIRGINIA. AND THEREFORE ABDICATED ITS RESPONSIBILITY TO THE GOVERNOR-- MADE THE SELECTION WITHOUT ANY INPUT WHATSOEVER.))
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SUPER=06-Richmond;


The other big news of the day hasn't happened yet.
Governor Jim Gilmore delivers his first State of the Commonwealth speech
tonight --double boxes Jean/Ellen

remember a new governor means two speeches from two separate governors.
We heard George Allen's parting words last week.
(ANCHOR=Jean Any idea what's in the speech?)





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More on the college trip to Guatemala that resulted in robbery and the rape of five American students.
That's next on NEWS-7 at FIVE.
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He served time for secretly videotaping girls in a restroom-- now residents in Covington want Randall Akers to move out of their neighborhood.
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ANCHOR=Jean


Tonight on Health Check-- a live report from a powerful breast cancer art exhibit at Hollins College. We'll be right back. cc sponsor
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5-Guatemala


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
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International terrorism hits home for a group of students and teachers from Maryland.
The group from St. Mary's college is back home- after an attack in Guatemala Friday.
The gunmen ordered 12 women and one man out of a bus and into a nearby field of sugar cane- where they were robbed.
Five of the female students were then raped during the 90 minute assault.
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SOT 10:01:39
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((THE ATTACK OCCURED ON A MAJOR HIGHWAY IN THE SOUTHERN PART OF GUATELMALA. IT'S A HEAVILY TRAVELLED ROUTE AND ACCORDING TO INFORMATION WE GOT IT OCCURED IN BROAD DAYLIGHT.)) 10:44:07 ((IN THIS INSTNACE THE PARTICULAR AREA WE CHOSE. THE TYPE OF TRIP THE INDIVIDUALS WE ASSOCIATED WITH WE'LL EVALUATE ALL OF THAT, BUT WE DON'T INTEND TO DISCONTINUE OUR STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS.))
SUPER=01-Maggie O'Brien/St. Mary's College President; :13
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OUT Q=STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS.
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O'Brien used to be President at Hollins College- She says the school was not aware the risks were greater than at any other time-
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ANCHOR=Jean
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Guatemalen authorities have formed a special task force to look into the case.

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A convicted sex offender plans to move away from a Covington school, but concerned parents say they'll continue their fight to change state law.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/November 11, 1989


In 1990, Randall Akers was convicted of video-taping girls in the bathroom of his teen night club.
He had a previous statutory rape conviction involving a 13 year old girl.
SUPER=03-Covington;


Now he lives in Covington, next door to the playground of the Edgemont Primary School.
Police and school officials knew he was there, but say state law does not allow them to notify parents.
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SOT 13:23:16
IN Q=This is not an edgemont

((DAVID KIDD/PARENT; THIS IS NOT AN EDGEMONT PROBLEM, THIS IS A PROBLEM ALL OVER THE AREA AND EVERYWHERE WE'RE AT. WE WANT EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT HE'S THERE, AND WHAT HE'S CAPABLE OF. SECOND OFF, WE'RE BOMBARDING OUR LEGISLATURE WITH LETTERS, PHONE CALLS, WE'RE GOING TO BE THE BIGGEST PAIN THAT THEY'VE EVER HAD BECAUSE WE WANT THIS LAW CHANGED.))
SUPER=01-David Kidd/Parent;
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OUT Q=this law changed
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Akers didn't want to talk on camera. Off camera, his wife told News 7 he is being treated unfairly.
She says Akers is legally blind and can't even see the playground next door, but because of the controversy, they're looking for another place to live.
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5-L'burg-Shooting


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Lynchburg police have made an arrest after a weekend shooting.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg


32-year old Aubrey Douglas Hughes is charged with malicious wounding and the use of a firearm in commission of a felony.
Police say Hughes shot 22-year old Terence Johnson in the face around one Sunday morning.
Johnson remains in critical condition.
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SOT 3:14:13
IN Q=We've still got

((LT. EUGENE WINGFIELD/LYNCHBURG POLICE: WE'VE STILL GOT SOME MORE LEADS WE'RE FOLLOWING UP ON, INTERVIEWING SOME OTHER INDIVIDUALS WHO MAY HAVE BEEN WITH HIM, SO IT'S STILL PROGRESSING.))
SUPER=01-Lt. Eugene Wingfield/Lynchburg Police; :00
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OUT Q=it's still progressing.
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A search of Hughes' (CAB-ul) Cabell Street home turned up a weapon, and police found Hughes' car hidden in a nearby alley.
He's being held without bond.
No motive has been released.
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It is chilly outside, and that's perfect soup weather inside.
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5-COOKING


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With the coldest part of winter still ahead, it might be time to brush up on some good, hearty soup and stew recipes. DOUBLE BOX JEAN/PATRICK
Patrick Evans is in the News 7 kitchen with Jane Hoover, and they've come up with some great recipes that will satisfy both your appetite AND your post-holiday diet.
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Mike Stevens takes us on a tour of Roanoke College's new fitness center--
That's just one of the reports in his Two Minute Ticker.
ANCHOR=Tonya
LIVE=tonya full
SUPER=22-Roanoke Co.;


Tonight on Health Check...
Each piece of art tells a different story from the personal account of the artist.
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SOT 12:15:10
IN Q=This is all Sue.

((THIS IS SUE...AND IT'S ONE STORY, SUE DIED.))
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OUT Q=Sue died.

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Good Day.
I'm Keith Humphry.
We've got a story tonight that I think you'll enjoy.
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SUPER=03-Rocky Mount;


It's about a man in Franklin County whose dog is his lifeline.
You may remember Rodney Brown and his Yellow Lab, Juneau.
A couple of years ago Rodney's girlfriend called the Lions Club- -wondering whether he'd qualify for a Leader Dog.
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SOT 11:27
IN Q=Bethany

((RODNEY BROWN: BETHANY, SHE KINDA SLIPPED AND LIKE SHE GOT SOME INFORMATION. I WAS LIKE, "WHAT DID YOU DO THAT FOR? ...YOU KNOW. COME ON, COME ON, GOOD BOY, GOOD DOG.))
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OUT Q=good dog.
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We'll try to keep up with them long enough to show you how they've been getting along....
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ANCHOR=Keith

in the year or so since these two were introduced.
double boxes Jean/Keith

It's just one of the things coming your way... on NEWS 7 at SIX tonight.
ANCHOR=Jean



5-Breast-Cancer


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#597-53
GRAPHIC=Breast Cancer


An art exhibit called "A Distinct Grace" is now on display at Hollins College beginning today.
The work deals with life before, during an after breast cancer.
double boxes Jean/Tonya


Tonya Flory joins us from the art exhibit...
SUPER=21-Tonya Flory;
SUPER=22-Roanoke Co.;


Hollins College brought the exhibit here to educate the public about breast cancer to show how survivors as well as family members have healed through art.
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IN Q=The purpose...
SUPER=01-Peyton Lawrimore/Hollins College Cancer Support Group; :00 quick
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :13
SUPER=01-Paulette Singer/Curator; :46
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OUT Q=overwhelmingly supportive.

((
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SOT 12:33:01
IN Q=The purpose behind it

((PEYTON LAWRIMORE/PRESIDENT CANCER SUPPORT GROUP:THE PURPOSE BEHIND IT IS TO RAISE BREAST CANCER AWARENESS AND GENERAL CANCER AWARENESS ON CAMPUS.))
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OUT Q=on campus.


Peyton Lawrimore is a freshman at Hollins College -- her father died of cancer in April.
When she began school she saw the need for a support group on campus.
She says it's also important for the entire community to become involved.
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SOT 12:33:51
IN Q=Early detection.

((PEYTON LAWRIMORE/CANCER SUPPORT GROUP PRESIDENT:EARLY DETECTION IS ONE OF THE KEY ISSUES ESPECIALLY WITH BREAST CANCER. EVEN OUR AGE BREAST SELF EXAMS ARE ENCOURAGED AND WHEN YOU GET TO BE A CERTAIN AGE THAN MAMMOGRAM BECOME EXTREMELY IMPORTANT AND IT'S ONE OF THE EASIEST THINGS TO DO AND CATCH IT BEFORE IT BECOMES MORE PROGRESSED.))
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OUT Q=more progressed.


Although some of the work may be a shocking reality , the traveling exhibit has been credited with helping men and women discuss breast cancer.
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IN Q=Having the artist

((PAULETTE SINGER/CURATOR:HAVING THE ARTIST DESCRIBE VISUALLY WHAT WE WE CANNOT DESCRIBE MAKES DIFFICULT SUBJECTS EASIER TO COMMUNICATE.))
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OUT Q=to communicate.
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SOT 12:34:17
IN Q=I think

((PEYTON LAWRIMORE:CANCER SUPPORT GROUP PRESIDENT:I THINK A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE THOUGHT WOW MY MOTHER HASN'T HAD HER MAMMOGRAM YET. A LOT PEOPLE ARE WILLING TO GET INVOLVED BY SITTING AT THE ART EXHIBIT. WE HAVE ABOUT 20 STUDENT VOLUNTEERS WHO ARE GOING TO BE SITTING AND THAT IS BEEN SOMETHING THAT HAS JUST BEEN OVERWHELMINGLY SUPPORTIVE.))
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OUT Q=overwhelmingly supportive.

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SUPER=22-Roanoke Co.;


Coming up at 6...we'll talk to the museum curator and take a tour of
thedouble boxes Jean/Tonya

exhibit as she tells the stories behind the photos and sculptors.
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(questions:Are there any other contributors to the cause?)

Yes...next Saturday there's a fundraiser for the Y-Me Tranquility Breasts Cancer Foundation.
Roxanne Gilmore will be the keynote speaker and Congressman Goodlatte will also be in attendance.
Tickets are 100-dollars a piece and all proceeds go to the Foundation.

5-Lewis-Gale


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=mfe
TAPE#597-54
GRAPHIC=Lewis Gale


Two of the region's largest health care facilities joined forces today to pool their resources.
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SUPER=03-Salem


Hospital officials expect the joint venture of Lewis-Gale Clinic and Lewis-Gale Medical Center to streamline operations--
Lewis Gale president Bill Downey says patients will notice some changes.
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SOT 14:46:34
IN Q=A patient

((BILL DOWNEY/PRESIDENT AND CEO/LEWIS -GALE MEDICAL CENTER: WE'RE LOOKING AT WAYS SO THAT THAT INFORMATION CAN BE AVAILABLE, SO THAT THE PHYSICIAN HAS THAT FROM BOTH HIS OFFICE STANDPOINT AND THE HOSPITAL. SO WE WOULDN'T HAVE TO MAYBE REDUPLICATE THAT TEST SO WE COULD SAVE THE PATIENT MONEY.))
SUPER=01-Bill Downey/Lewis-Gale Medical Center Pres. & CEO; :
RUNS=:12
OUT Q= the patient money.
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The buildings are located next door-- but have operated independently since 1972... after a 60- year partnership.
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SOT 14:44:18
IN Q=Having physicians

((HAVING PHYSICIANS AND HOSPITALS WORK TOGETHER AS AN INTEGRATED NETWORK IS SOMETHING THAT IS BEING ESTABLISHED AND IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. SO THIS IS SOMETHING THAT IS IMPORTANT FOR US AND I THINK WILL HELP POSITION US FOR THE FUTURE.))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q= for the future.
ANCHOR=Jean
SS=HOLD


Lewis-Gale officials say in the ever-changing health care environment, the venture will launch the clinc and hospital into the next century.
2-shot-toss
ANCHOR=Jean


Time now for sports--
The NBA tipped off some matinees today for the Martin Luther King Holiday here's Mike.


S5-NBA


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-31
GRAPHIC=TICKER


Welcome everybody to the Monday ticker that begins with a couple of NBA
SS=NBA


matinees. As is always the case, the league plays a couple of game in the afternoon on Martin Luther King Day.
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SUPER=03-New York/Celtics vs. Knicks - NBA; :00


Patrick Ewing watched from the side with his right hand still in a cast.
But the Knicks hardly needed him today as their pressure defense and smooth transition game led to a 98-to-82 win.
Allen Houston led the way with 23.
SUPER=03-Philadelphia/Kings vs. Sixers;


And in Philly, the Sixers won their fourth straight game. Yes, you heard right. Allen Iverson scored 24 points and dished out 10 assists as Sixers beat the Sacramento Kings 98-to-85.
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S5-Roanoke


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S8-1
GRAPHIC=Roanoke College


Many folks use the first month of the new year to get their bodies back in shape. And a new facility at Roanoke College has opened just in time for college community at the school to do just that.
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SUPER=03-Salem; :


Thanks to donations from the Belk foundation, the school's now has a brand new state of the art fitness center on campus located right next to the Bast Center.
The 5 thousand square foot center has cardio equipment, body master and free weights.
The facility is big enough to allow 80 to 90 people workout at the same time.
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IN Q="The Impetus...

((PHIL BENNE/CENTER DIRECTOR: ))
SUPER=01-Phil Benne/Center Director; :
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OUT Q=........of the college."
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The facility is for the athletes and the entire college community.
It's already as good as any in Division three and it will definitely benefit the schools athletic programs.
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SOT
IN Q="just the...

((BENNE: ))
RUNS=:23
OUT Q=.........division three."
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=vmi hoops


Tonight, the VMI Keydets are back home at Cameron Hall taking on The Citadel.
If you plan on catching the game, keep in mind that tip-off tonight is set for 9. We'll have highlights at 11.
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And if you are making your viewing plans for tomorrow night, keep in mind that Your Hometown Station is again your home for the best in ACC basketball.
UVa travels to Clemson tomorrow night at eight.
Hope you can join us for the game tomorrow night.
Jean will be back right after this.
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ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
TAPE#net-c
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Today marks the birthday of the late poet Edgar Allen Poe.
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VO-NAT 14:15:26
SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD;


Since 1949 a lone figure has walked slowly through a Baltimore graveyard to place three roses and a half empty bottle of (Cone-yack) cognac on his grave.
A crowd of about 20 gathered to watch.
Poe was born on this date 189-years ago, and is known as one of the America's greatest writers.
His works include "The Raven," and such horror stories as "The Fall of the House of Usher" and "The Telltale Heart."
Edgar Allen Poe was 40 when died.
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bye
ANCHOR=Jean


That's it for us on NEWS-7 at Five--
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Be sure to check out Robin Reed's cooking in the Weekend Diner. He's quite the chef.
That's just one feature of our new weekend morning newscasts..
News-7 Saturday Morning and Sunday Morning-- both hourlong newscasts begin at 8.
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I'll see you later...goodnight. ANCHOR=Jean