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Up next on News 7 at 11...
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Was there a witness who saw an encounter between the President and an intern?
Iraq worries the scandal might generate a military attack.
And John Elway finally wins the big one...
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ANCHOR=Eric
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News 7 at 11 is next.
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Clinton-Scandal


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=eea
TAPE#=NET
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More leaks and denials in Washington tonight.
White house officials are cautiously denying reports that someone witnessed a sexual encounter between the President and a former intern.
Drew Levinson wraps up the day's events.
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(NATSOUND CHURCH BELLS RINGING)


FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THURSDAY'S DENIAL OF AN ALLEGED SEXUAL AFFAIR WITH A FORMER WHITEHOUSE INTERN-PRESIDENT CLINTON APPEARED IN PUBLIC SUNDAY MORNING-ATTENDING CHURCH WITH FIRST LADY HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON. THE PRESIDENT DID NOT TALK TO REPORTERS. WHILE THE CLINTON'S WERE PRAYING, THE MAN INVESTIGATING THE ALLEGED SCANDAL-INDEPENDENT COUNSEL KENNETH STARR-WAS BACK AT WORK.

(NATSOUND )

"No comment"
STARR AND LEWINSKY'S ATTORNEY-WILLIAM GINSBURG ARE TRYING TO MAKE A DEAL-HER STORY IN EXCHANGE FOR FULL IMMUNITY. IN A DEPOSITION FOR THE PAULA JONES SEXUAL HARRASSMENT CASE, LEWINSKY DENIED A SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH THE PRESIDENT, AND SHE SAID HE NEVER TOLD HER TO LIE UNDER OATH. THAT CONTRADICTS WHAT SHE ALLEGEDLY SAID ON SECRETLY RECORDED TAPES. MAKING THE NETWORK TALKSHOW ROUNDS-GINSBURG SAID IT'S STARR'S MOVE.

(SOT WILLIAM GINSBURG/MONICA LEWINSKY'S ATTORNEY FROM FACE THE NATION)


"She will tell all that she knows and the chips will fall where they may. What's the.. But first she has to be granted immunity by the special prosecutor?
Ab-absolutely."

(SOT WILLIAM GINSBURG/MONICA LEWINSKY'S ATTORNEY FROM MEET THE PRESS)


"We are dying to tell the story, but we cannot."
AT THE SAME TIME THE PRESIDENT'S SUPPORTERS FANNED OUT TO DEFEND HIM AND CONDEMN STARR AND HIS TACTICS.

(SOT RAHM EMANUEL/SENIOR WHITEHOUSE ADVISER)


"He started investigating a 24 year old real estate deal and now he's investigating a 24 year old young lady, and the only common thread I can find-and I'm not a lawyer-is that they're both 24 years old."

(SOT JAMES CARVILLE/FORMER CLINTON ADVISOR


"We're wiring up people in hotels and feeding them whiskey trying to get them to talk and everything else. This is a scuzzy investigation. And I guarantee you one thing, that when the facts come out, people are going to be repulsed by this."
STANDUP:(DREW LEVINSON)
"With each day bringing new revelations about the supposed relationship and polls showing an increasing awareness of the scandal, the question is can the president maintain his silence until after his state of the union address." Drew Levinson, CBS News, The Whitehouse.))

Iraq


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=eea
TAPE#=NET
GRAPHIC=Iraq


Meanwhile people in Iraq are watching the Washington Scandal closely.
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And they're worried... U.S. officials have raised the possibility of a military strike to force Saddam Hussein to allow weapons inspectors to do their job.
But Iraqis fear another motive.
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((BAGHDAD UNIVERSITY STUDENT; I THINK PRESIDENT CLINTON IS TRYING TO MAKE OR CREATE AN INTERNATIONAL CASE OR INTERNATIONAL PROBLEM JUST TO OVERCOME HIS PERSONAL CASE IN THE WHITE HOUSE, JUST TO SOLVE HIS SCANDAL AND OVER COME HIS SCANDAL. SEN. TRENT LOTT/MAJORITY LEADER; I HAVE FELT FOR SOME TIME THAT WE NEEDED TO BE MORE AGRESSIVE IN DEALING WITH IRAQ, I FELT LIKE THE ISSUE SHOULD HAVE ALREADY BEEN DEALT WITH, PERHAPS MILITARILY, I'M WORRIED NOW HOW IT WILL BE INTERPRETED. ))
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White House officials have reportedly concluded that Iraq will NEVER comply with U.N. resolutions, and a missile attack is necessary to destroy biological and chemical weapons.
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Abed


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=khu
TAPE#=97-98
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


Tomorrow will start week three of the Abed crime family trial.
And, with damaging witnesses coming forward one by one, it seems the prosecution is showing no signs of letting up.
Keith Humphry takes a look at what's ahead.
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((Restaurateur Robert Khatib will get to tell his story about how his cousin Abed Jamil AbdelJalil spent years trying to sabotage his business... even had flyers distributed claiming Khatib was a terrorist.
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((Did you ever have any dealings with him? NO I HAVE NEVER HAD A DEAL WITH HIM. BUT I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT HE HAD A DEAL WITH ME. YOU HAVE TO ASK HIM THAT... IF HE HAVE ANY BEEF WITH ME. I NEVER HAVE ANY BEEF WITH HIM.))
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The government's principal witness testified last week that AbdelJalil wanted him to put rat poison in the food buffet at Khatib's Brown Derby restaurant.
Mario Ottallah says AbdelJalil gave him a enough poison to "kill a camel." "We're going to close the place," Ottallah quoted AbdelJalil as saying.
The defense intends to put on evidence that Khatib has a penchant for setting fires himself, though he told the Grand Jury investigating the Abeds that he'd never been convicted of arson.
Keith Humphry NEWS 7 at the federal courthouse in Roanoke.)) WX1

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ANCHOR=Eric
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WRITER=mhi
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Up next on News 7 -- a look back at the beginning of jet service in Roanoke.
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It was a move that made travel easier and faster in and out of the star city.
More on that story when the news continues.
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Robb


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#=97-89
GRAPHIC=Chuck Robb


Requests for funding are lining up as federal revenues are coming in higher than projected.
But, Chuck Robb says he hopes Congress will resist spending the surplus.
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Robb was in Roanoke last week to meet with members of the Regional Chamber of Commerce.
He said the increase in revenues will bring the federal budget into balance during the next 10 years.
But with a national debt still exceeding five TRILLION dollars, Robb said reducing that debt should be the number one priority.
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((SEN. CHUCK ROBB/D- VIRGINIA: I WOULD URGE YOU NOT TO GET TOO CARRIED AWAY WITH THE PROSPECT FOR A LOT OF ADDITIONAL SPENDING OR FOR THAT MATTER TAX CUTS AT THE FEDERAL LEVEL. I AM GOING TO BE RESISTANT TO THOSE. I WILL BE RESISTANT TO MOST OF THE SPENDING PROPOSALS THAT WILL BE ON THE TABLE. I WILL BE VERY SUPPORTIVE OF HANGING ON, FIRST OF ALL TO SEE IF WE'RE GOING TO HAVE THE KIND OF MONEY THAT WE'RE PROJECTING AND SECONDLY USE IT TO PAY DOWN THE DEBT IF WE CAN EVER GET TO THAT PARTICULAR POINT.))
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Robb admits that will be "an intensely unpopular approach," but he says a federal spending spree will only add to the nation's economic troubles.

School-Safety


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=98-7
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Complaints are up about drivers speeding through school zones.
And, there's concern for the safety of young children.
David Johnson has more.
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((Over the last two years, there have been more than a dozen accidents and incidents involving Roanoke city school buses.
The school administration has taken measures to reduce the risk of students being injured on their way to and from school-- starting with preparing bus drivers.
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((LISSY RUNYON/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS; THERE ARE THE EXPECTATIONS TO THE STUDENTS AND THEN ASKING PARENTS TO TEAM WITH US AS WELL IN TERMS OF ENFORCING AND UNDERSTANDING APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR GETTING ON THE BUS AND WHILE THEY'RE ON THE BUS.))
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But what about speeding motorists going through school safety zones.
There are 48 such designated areas with warning lights-- 18 of which are monitored by cross guards.
So what about violators in the other areas.
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((RUNYON; THEY'RE REPORTING MECHANISM TO THE DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION CAN REPORT THAT TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND ASK FOR THEIR EXTRA ASSISTANCE IN THE USE OF "RADAR GUNS" IN MONITORING THE TRAFFIC FLOW AND ENFORCING.))
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BUTT/BUTT/BUTT
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((LT. R.A. BOWER/ROANOKE CITY POLICE; WE'LL GO OUT AND WILL SEND A RADAR CAR SPECIFICALLY OUT THERE AT A SPECIFIC TIME BASED ON THE COMPLAINTS WE'RE GETTING AND SEE IF IT'S REAL OR PERCEIVED AND ENFORCE WHAT'S THERE.))
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Law enforcement officials say they treat speeding motorists the same-- regardless.
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((OFFICER CHARLIE HURD/ROANOKE CITY POLICE; THE LEVEL OF TOLERANCE DOESN'T CHANGE FROM A SCHOOL ZONE TO A NON-SCHOOL ZONE. THE SPEED LIMIT IS WHAT CHANGES.))
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(( THE MAXIMUM FINE FOR SPEEDING THROUGH A SCHOOL ZONE HAS INCREASED TO 250- DOLLARS.
HOPEFULLY THAT WILL BE A DETERRANT AGAINST MOTORISTS WHO MAYBE WILLING TO RISK A CHILD'S LIFE IN ORDER TO GET WHERE EVER THEY ARE GOING JUST A LITTLE FASTER.
DAVID JOHNSON, NEWS 7.))
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Math-Emporium


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=THa
TAPE#=98-3
GRAPHIC=Education


Virginia Tech recently held an open house to highlight a new teaching tool.
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Last fall--the school renovated the former "Roses" store at the University mall into what's now known as the "Math Emporium".
It's an innovative way to teach math to undergraduates.
Students enrolled in the course don't follow the lead of an instructor.
Instead-- they learn, to complete practice problems and take tests at a self-paced rate by computer.
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IN Q=The problem

((CHRISTOPHER BEATTIE/ASSOC. PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS:A PROBLEM....NEEDS ANY HELP. PEGGY MESZAROS/VT VICE PRESIDENT AND PROVOST:IT'S PREMATURE....SUCCESSFUL DIRECTION. ))
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OUT Q=successful direction.
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VO-NAT


The students use locally developed software and course materials.
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Jet-Reel


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WRITER=dse
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1968 marked the beginning of jet service in Roanoke.
It was a move that opened up many economic opportunities.
David Seidel has this week's edition of the Virginia Newsreel.
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((
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ALREADY LAID DOWN
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((DON MURRAY/1968; THIS IS PIEDMONT AIRLINES NEW BOEING 727 JET. THIS AFTERNOON WE'RE GOING TO TAKE YOU ABOARD THIS JET PLANE. UP NORTH OVER NEW YORK AND BACK AGAIN TO SHOW YOU TO SHOW YOU WHAT JET TRAVEL IN THIS NEW JET AGE IS LIKE. WE'LL BE BOARDING IN JUST A FEW MOMENTS.))
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VO-NAT

06:00
Piedmont flight number four took off from Roanoke in the Spring of 1968.
Piedmont had been flying propeller aircraft to and from Roanoke for years.
Now jets offered quieter, faster and smoother rides.
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IN Q=NOW WE ARE AIRBORNE

((DON MURRAY; NOW WE ARE AIRBORNE SOME 30,000 FEET IN THE AIR, TRAVELLING AT OVER 500 MILES AN HOUR. THIS IS THE 727 JET AND HOW IT OPERATES. A GROUP OF ROANOKE AND WINSTON-SALEM BUSINESSMEN, THE PRESS, FINDING OUT WHAT THE JET AGE IS LIKE.))
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Those businessmen and politicians were excited about the economic opportunities opened by the jet aircraft.
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9:20
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((BENTON DILLARD/ROANOKE MAYOR-1968; IT'S OPENED UP ROANOKE TO ALL THE CITIZENS OF THE COUNTRY IS REALLY WHAT IT AMOUNTS TO. QUICK PASSENGER SERVICE. SO WE ARE PROUD INDEED OF PIEDMONT AIRLINES AND WE'VE ENTERED THE JET AGE.))
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Piedmont was later bought out by U-S Air.
But jets continue to takeoff and land at the Roanoke Regional Airport.
That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm David Seidel, News-7
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Weekend-Promo


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Take Fullscreen Board 9404 Weekend News
The Virginia Newsreel is one of many special segments on News 7 weekend mornings.
Join Denise Allen and Andrew Freiden for News 7 Saturday Morning and News 7 Sunday Morning--both days at 8 a-m.
They'll bring you up to date on all the local news, weather and sports.
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Straight ahead--a group comes out in force to preserve southern history.
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The Sons of the Confederate Veterans says there's a lot that's missing from current history books.
We'll have more on that story when the newscast continues.
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Road-Report


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=Road Report
GRAPHIC=Road Report


Construction drags along some roads in Roanoke County..
and bridge repairs in other areas are expected to cause some delays.
Here's Stacey Martin with this week's edition of Road Report.
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((Construction along the bridge over Route 220 near the Franklin County line is set to wind up later this month but last minute repairs continue.
Some lanes may be closed from time to time.
In Roanoke County V-DOT crews are still making repairs to the Wood Haven bridge over Interstate 5-81 and lanes will occassionally be closed there as well.
Looking elsewhere around the region.. pre pro
repairs continue to two bridges along Route 52 in the Rocky Gap area in Bland County. pre pro
And, in Dickenson County crews are repairing three miles of road along Route 63.
That's it for this week's edition of Road Report, I'm Stacey Martin.))

Southern-Pride


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=98-2
GRAPHIC=none


Danville was the site of the fifth annual "Southern Heritage Preservation" parade.
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Participants were celebrating heroes and other stories of the South believed to be omitted in today's history books.
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((WESLEY FEARS; THEY'RE TRYING TO DO AWAY WITH ALL THE HERITAGE STUFF LIKE THE FLAG AND THE MONUMENT AND STUFF LIKE THAT. WE JUST WANT TO BE RECOGNIZED AND NOT BE FORGOTTEN. BASICALLY IT'S ABOUT SOUTHERN PRIDE AND SOUTHERN HERITAGE. MY GREAT-GREAT-GRANDFATHER PERSONALLY INVOLVED AND I'M JUST HERE TO PRESERVE MY HERITAGE AND THINGS LIKE THAT. I MEAN I GOT A LITTLE BOY AND THERE ARE SO MANY THINGS MISSING AND IT'S NOT BAD.))
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Today's parade was followed by a rally. The event was held in recognition of the birthdays of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.
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Forecasts
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S-Extra


ANCHOR=Mike
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WRITER=Mike
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Super Bowl highlights from a super game in San Diego tonight plus, a super effort from the Jazz beats superman.
And what would a Sunday od supers be without Tiger Woods. I'll tell you about his latest feat.
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But first - in tonight's Extra Point, slam dunks have become so common place in college basketball that it takes something like a slam cam to make then look interesting.
But things got real interesting in today's Rhode Island-Cincinnati game.
Watch the Rams miss the dunk, the ball flies out and here come the Bearcats with another miss.
Now your scores.
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Forest/74///;
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Tate - 27pts/;
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Louisiana Friday/
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go to break

S-Super


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-3
GRAPHIC=SUPER BOWL


For once the Super Bowl finally lived up to its name.
John Elway and the Denver Broncos outdueled Brett Favre and the Packers to pull off the most unlikely of wins last night, taking Super Bowl 32 by a 31-to-24 score.
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((The first player to be introduced in San Diego immediatly brought some recognition back to southwest Virginia. NAT SOUND
And not long after that introduction Freeman took a bow as he hauled in this Brett Favre TD pass on the Packers' first drive from 22 yards out to make it 7-to-nothing.
Most figured the rout was on for the Pack and NFC.
But behind the running of Terrell Davis the Broncos came back. His one yard dash made it 7-all after a quarter.
The Broncos kept the pressure on as John Elway runs in on the bootleg for the TD on the first play of the second quarter. And a Jason Elam field goal made it 17-to-7 Denver.
But Favre capped a 95 yard drive with this TD pass to Mark Chmura to cut the Denver lead to 17-to-14 at halftime.
Davis got another one yard TD in third while Green Bay got a field goal to make it 24-to-17 Denver heading to the fourth.
But the Pack came back again, and again it was Freeman catching his second TD of the night. It's 24-all with 13:32 to play.
Denver got some help from a former Panther on its clinching drive as fullback Howard Griffith picks up 23 yards to the Green Bay nine.
Then, Davis the game MVP Davis becomes the first man in super bowl history to rush for three tds in one game as he gets the game winner.
He finishes with 157 yards as Denver wins the Bowl 31-to-24.))
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S-Post


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-5
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SUPER=01-Terrell Davis/Super Bowl MVP; :00
SUPER=01-John Elway/First Super Bowl Win; :12
SUPER=01-Mike Holmgren/Packers Head Coach; :24
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S-Jazz


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#BB98-2
GRAPHIC=NBA


Only one game in the NBA yesterday on Super Sunday, and it involved the super men from last year's NBA finals the Jazz and Bulls.
In the end, the Jazz beat the Bulls and became the first western conference team to top Chicago on its home floor since Michael Jordan came out of retirement in 1995.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Chicago, IL/NBC;:00


That 38 game streak came to a screeching halt yesterday at the United Center as Karl Malone threw in a game high 35 points.
Jordan scored 32 with some of his old magic. Look at the crossover dribble and the slam over seven footer Greg Ostertag.
But the Jazz beat the Bulls 101-to-94 to finish the first half of season with 28 wins.
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S-Tiger


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S8-4
GRAPHIC=PGA TOUR


The PGA Tour returns to Your Hometown station this coming weekend with the always entertaining Pebble Beach Pro Am featuring Tiger Woods.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Phuket, Thailand; :00


Yesterday Tiger pulled off his greatest pro comeback at the Johnnie Walker Classic in Thailand.
He came from eight shots down yesterday to beat Ernie Els. This birdie got him into a playoff.
And then on the second playoff hole this birdie gave him the win.
It's extra special because it comes in his Mom's homeland.
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S-Golf


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#CP97-1
SS=NONE
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Mauna Lani, HI/ABC; :00


In Hawaii, Raymond Floyd won his fifth straight Senior skins Game by beating Hale Irwin, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus.
Floyd won 11 of the 18 Skins that were up for grabs, and in so doing pocketed $300 thousand dollars.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
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Still to come tonight Denise Allen will join us with a profile of one of the most
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recognizable sports voices in the valley - radio sportscaster Jim Carroll, who has been talking the talk for 34 years.
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S-Carroll


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11PM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# S8-1
GRAPHIC=high school basketball


For the past 34 years Jim Carroll has done everything in his power to give area high school stars a home on the Roanoke Valley airwaves.
Tonight, Denise Allen gives him a few well deserved moments in the spotlight.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
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SUPER=01-Mike Bell/Jim's Football Broadcast Partner; :32
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((IT'S WILLIAM HANKINS. 22-7 WILLIAM FLEMING. HANKINS MOVING THE BALL.))
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For three decades Jim Carroll has been calling high school football and basketball games in the Roanoke Valley.
He's had the opportunity to take his act to bigger markets but he says this was the best place to raise his family.
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IN Q=MY SPORTS CASTING

((CARROLL: MY SPORTSCASTING HAS BEEN A PROFESSIONAL AVOCATION RATHER THAN A CAREER. I WAS A GENERAL SALES MANAGER FOR THREE STATIONS THAT PROVIDED MY INCOME AND THE SPORTS HELPS ME PAY MY GOLF BETS.))
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((MIKE BELL/JIM'S FOOTBALL BROADCASTING PARTNER: FOR THE FIRST 29 YEARS HE DID THIS HE NEVER GOT A PENNY. HE DID IT BECAUSE HE LIKED IT. FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS WE'VE BEEN ON TWO DIFFERENT STATIONS AND JIM HAS DONE IT BECAUSE HE LOVES IT AND VIEWS IT AS A PUBLIC SERVICE.))
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This public service comes to you from the cramp quarters of high school gyms and stadiums.
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SOT 9:44:54
IN Q=I FEEL THE

((CARROLL: I FEEL THE SAME ABOUT DOING THEM TODAY AS I ALWAYS DID. I LOOK FORWARD TO DOING THE BALL GAMES. I WILL CONTINUE TO DO THEM AS LONG AS I CAN GET AROUND AND DO THEM WITHOUT HAVING TO BE CARRIED AROUND.))
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=CARRIED AROUND.
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SOT 10:19:40SUPER=
IN Q=

((WILLIAM FLEMING OWNS THE BOARDS.))
RUNS=:04
OUT Q=


And Jim Carroll owns the airwaves.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports.))

Superbowl-Party


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=lfi
TAPE#=97-97
GRAPHIC=none
Super=X5052 (loads FX)
Super=X5045 (starts FX)


It was more than a sports event tonight...
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SUPER=75-Roanoke


Superbowl 32 brought out football fans AND fans of a great party. Bars across the area opened their doors to people who refused to be sidelined for football's biggest matchup of the year.
Some fans wore their team spirit like a badge of honor.
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SOT 07:56:37
IN Q=Who's going to

((ROBERT CARTER/GREEN BAY. WHO'S GOING TO WIN TONIGHT? GREEN BAY OF, COURSE.))
SUPER=75-Robert Carter
RUNS=:03
OUT Q=of course.


Other people out tonight were just being good sports.
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SOT 06:22:45
IN Q=I'm here

((ELISSA HART/WELL I'M HERE BECAUSE MY BOYFRIEND'S HERE AND HE LOVES TO WATCH THE SUPERBOWL SO I'M HERE BECAUSE I HAVE TO BE, BASICALLY.))
SUPER=75-Elissa Hart
RUNS=:06
OUT Q=basically (laughs)
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Offering specials on drinks and CHEESE STICKS, bartenders and bar managers say they were prepared for the crowds.
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SOT07:12:00
IN Q=The Superbowl has turned

((CASEY ANDERSON/THE SUPERBOWL HAS TURNED INTO MORE OF A SOCIAL FUNCTION THAN ANYTHING ELSE, SO YOU'VE GOT A LOT OF PEOPLE HERE WHO DIDN'T EVEN KNOW WHO WAS PLAYING BEFORE TODAY BUT THEY COME OUT AND THEY HAVE A GOOD TIME WITH THEIR FRIENDS AND THEY PICK A TEAM ONCE THEY GET HERE AND THEY HAVE A GREAT TIME.))
SUPER=75-Casey Anderson/Restaurant General Manager
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=have a great time.


A local radio station gave away a 62-inch television at halftime, making Tom and Gina Gaffney of Forest big winners.
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SOT 07:54:18
IN Q=Tom Gaffney...

((TOM GAFFNEY? YES, YES, YES.))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=Yes, yes, yes.
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ANCHOR=Eric

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