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Pope

ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#
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Pope John Paul the second's trip to Cuba continued yesterday with a visit to a Leper colony.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Havana, Cuba;


The Pope told them he understood their suffering well and blessed the patients at a tiny church on the outskirts of Havana.
This is the pontiff's chance to really touch the people of Cuba.
And they've responded by showing him the religous freedom they've enjoyed all week would truly be welcomed if it were granted to them permanently.
Freedom has been the focus of the Pope's visit.
He's called on Castro to loosen the ties on religious practice.
This is the last day of the Pope's visit.
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Shuttle


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


Nearly 250-miles above the earth the space shuttle Endeavor and the Russian space station Mir became one.
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VO-NAT


The two spacecraft docked yesterday afternoon.
The Endeavor will swap astronauts and transfer three tons of supplies and scientific payloads.
David Wolf who has been aboard Mir for four months warmly greeted his fellow Americans.
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SOT 5:54:41
IN Q=THANKS FOR COMING

((DAVID WOLF/AMERICAN ASTRONAUT: THANKS FOR COMING TO GET ME, ALL THOUGH I COULD HAVE STAYED LONGER PSYCHOLOGICALLY AND PHYSICALLY, THERE'S A LOT OF FUN AND GOOD BUSINESS TO BE DONE ON EARTH.))
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VO-NAT


The Endeavor will head back to Earth Thursday.
Wolf a 41-year-old doctor will be on board.
46-year-old Andrew Thomas will be left behind to settle in for a five month stay.
Thomas is the last American to live on Mir.
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Fatal-Ax


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC= accident


Police say high speed and bad weather played a part in an accident that killed two people in Tazewelll County, yesterday.
State police say 53-year-old Garland Fred Anderson of Van Sant was driving east on route 19-460 when he lost control of his GMC pick-up.
The truck apparently struck a median and overturned five times.
Anderson was ejected from the truck and struck by another car.
The passenger, 25-year-old Guida(Guide-ah) Lynn Lester of Roe, was also ejected.
The accident happened around 6-30 last night.

Wytheville-Pursuit


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=ssa
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=police chase


An 80- mile- an- hour car chase on I-81 ended in an accident in Wythe County.
Police say Anthony Eugene Jenkins sped past a trooper in Carroll County, and kept going when police tried to pull him over.
Police caught up with Jenkins 10 minutes later after he hit a car in Wythe County.
Jenkins faces five charges including reckless driving and resisting arrest.


Maine-Weather


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=


Just when things looked like they were getting back to normal in New England, another storm hits.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Portland, ME


Maine took another blast of winter weather Friday night.
Snow and freezing rain coated roads and powerlines.
Shelters are reopening to take in families once again without power.
Some 55-thousand people are have no electricity.
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1-Sports


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# Morning Sports
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U-V-A, Tech and Roanoke College put forth losing efforts on the hardwood yesterday.
Roy has the low-lights in this morning's sports report.
Good Morning Roy.
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OUT Q=Stay with us

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Diet-Resolutions


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun am
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#wknd hc
GRAPHIC=health check


Americans have gained an average of 8 pounds in the last decade.
Half of the people who make New Year's Resolutions to lose weight quit before they ever realize the health benefits.
Tonya Flory explains changing your lifestyle can have lifelong results.
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IN Q=Paula Cox
SUPER=07-Paula Cox; :05
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :34
SUPER=01-Dianne Rhodes/Roanoke Athletic Club; :43
SUPER=01-Angie Gunther/Public Health Educator; :56
SUPER=01-Bonny Lee/Center for Bariatric Medicine; 1:14
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(( Paula Cox lost a hundred pounds and she's kept it off for seven months now.
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IN Q=I don't

((PAULA COX:I DON'T FEEL LIKE I'M AT THE POINT WHERE I'M GOING TO EAT EVERYTHING IN SIGHT AND GAIN WEIGHT AGAIN, I'M FEELING CONFIDENT THAT WAY.))
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She's one of the success stories.
She says she was able to stick to a healthier program by setting realistic expectations for herself and sticking with them.
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SOT 01:09:36 cover with video of people working out
IN Q=I didn't just

((PAULA COX:I DIDN'T JUST CHOOSE ONE THING, LIKE OKAY MY EXERCISE IS GOING TO THE GYM. I GO TO THE GYM AND WHEN I GET TO BUSY I HAVE MY LITTLE DUMB BELLS AT HOME AND MY WEIGHT BENCH, SO IT'S PART OF MY RESOLUTION.))
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Gym memberships go up 20-percent at the beginning of every year...but within weeks, 8 out of ten people stop working out.
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((WE GET A GOOD RUSH IN FOR A COUPLE MONTHS BEING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY AND THEN IT DIES DOWN IN MARCH APRIL.))

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Health educators say new years resolutions fail because people want quick results.
They say the key is making weight loss fun.
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IN Q=It also

((ANGIE GUNTHER/PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATOR:IT ALSO IS IMPORTANT TO REWARD YOURSELF, NOT WITH FOOD ESPECIALLY IF YOU'RE TRYING TO LOSE WEIGHT.))
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((PAULA COX:YOU SEE THAT NEW OUTFIT YOU WANT YOU CAN HAVE LITTLE GOALS LIKE THAT.))
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But dropping pounds isn't always easy.
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IN Q=2000 years ago

((BONNY LEE/CENTER FOR BARIATRIC MEDICINE:2000 YEARS AGO AND I GIVE THIS IN HIGH SCHOOLS AND KIDS SAY OOOHH. IF YOU WANTED TO EAT, YOU HAD TO CHASE IT DOWN YOU HAD TO KILL IT AND TRY TO EAT IT AND THAT WAS HOW WE HAD TO EAT IT, NOW YOU CAN CALL UP ON THE PHONE AND THEY'LL BRING YOU FOOD.))
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The Center for Bariatric Medicine suggests three basic behavioral modification techniques to a successful weight loss plan.
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IN Q=Slowing down

((BONNY LEE/CENTER FOR BARIATRIC MEDICINE:SLOWING DOWN ON YOUR EATING IN ONE OF THEM GIVING THE NEUROPEPTIDES TIME TO GET TIME TO GET UP THERE TO THE HYPOTHALAMUS AND TELL YOU TO QUIT EATING.))
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Other tips include drinking 8 glasses of water a day and committing to exercise.
But if you cheat a little on the diet or skip a day of exercising, don't get discouraged.
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SOT 01:13:54
IN Q=Don't beat yourself up

((PAULA COX:DON'T BEAT YOURSELF UP IF YOU EAT SOMETHING YOU THINK YOU SHOULDN'T EAT. EVERY DAY'S A NEW DAY, IF YOU HAVE TO THINK OF IT, EVERY HOUR IS A NEW HOUR.))
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HEADLINES
ANCHOR=Denise 2 shot


Here's a look at today's top stories.
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VO-NAT
ANCHOR=Denise


President Clinton has acknowledged he DID form a friendship with Monica Lewinsky-- but he says they never had a sexual relationship.
Clinton is expected to remain quiet today as some of his top aides confront the accusations with the media.
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VO-NAT
ANCHOR=Denise


The Pope is wrapping up his visit to Cuba.
He traveled a leper colony outside of Havana yesterday- giving special blessings to its members.
The Pope has focused his visit on gaining religious freedom for the Cuban people.
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ANCHOR=Denise 2 SHOT


And police say a fatal accident in Tazewell County yesterday was caused by a combination of high speeds and bad weather.
Two people were killed when their pick-up struck the median and rolled over several times.
Both the driver and the passenger were thrown from the vehicle.
And that's what's making news on this Sunday January 25-th.
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JetReel


ANCHOR=Andrew 2-shot
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=dse
TAPE#newsreel
GRAPHIC=newsreel


On this day back in 1959, the jet age took off.
American Airlines conducted the first scheduled transcontinental passenger flight.
ANCHOR=Andrew Full


But jet service didn't land in Roanoke for another nine years.
Here's David Seidel with Virginia Newsreel.
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IN Q=animation
SUPER=10-Don Murray/Reporting/1968; :08
SUPER=10-Benton Dillard/Roanoke Mayor/1968; 1:06
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((
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SOT

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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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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SOT
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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VO-NAT


Those businessmen and politicians were exicted about the economic opportunities opened by the jet aircraft.
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SOT

9:20
IN Q=IT'S OPENED UP

((BENTON DILLARD/ROANOKE MAYOR-1968; IT'S OPENED UP ROANOKE TO ALL THE CITZENS 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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VO-NAT


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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Sports-Plays


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# Sports Plays
GRAPHIC=nhl


In the National Hockey League Calgary's Marty McInnis ended a 28 game scoreless streak as the Flames beat Vancouver 5-to-2.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Calgary, AB/NHL-CBC;


The Cancucks would take the lead early with physical play and a goal by Pa-Vel Bure.
But this was Marty McInnis' night and on the power play he get's his third score of the night. The first hat-trick of his pro-career and the Flames win this one 5-to-2.
SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA;


In Los Angeles, the Denver Nuggets avoided an N-B-A record no team wants to set. The Nuggets hadn't won a game since December seventh.
The Clippers on the break--Rodney Rogers caps it off with this dunk.
But Bobby Jackson makes the steal and the NICE pass to Tony Battie and
SUPER=33-Nuggets/99/Clippers/81/;

Denver breaks a 23 game LOSING streak beating the Los Angeles Clippers 99-to-81.
Prayers answered for a smiling Nugget Coach Bill Hanzlik.
In Vancouver, the Grizzlies extended their winning streak to three.
Former Hokie star Bimbo Coles loses the ball among the trees, and Vancouver converts the turnover.
SUPER=33-Vancouver/107/Golden State/96/;


Golden State goes on the warpath Brian Shaw with the finger role, but the the Grizzlies top the Warriors 107-to-96.
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WebWatch


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=eea
TAPE#WebWatch
GRAPHIC=WebWatch


Microsoft settles its dispute with the Justice Department.
And the superbowl site prepares for the big day...
More in this week's WebWatch.
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(( Intro
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Parts of the story first came to light on Internet web sites, and the scandal's web presence is growing.
Time magazine now has a special site dedicated to on-going coverage, along with background information, a list of the players and the laws involved.
Websites are also popping up dedicated to Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp, Parents take note, due to the subject matter... this is not kids stuff.

Microsoft settled part if it's justice department dispute, agreeing to distribute Windows 95 software that allows the Internet explorer web browser to be deleted...
Netscape meanwhile is trying to recapture part of its market share by offering its browser for free.

Excitement is building at the official Superbowl site, where you can see a live picture of the Stadium...
There are a variety of gameday events and chats...
The site will simulcast the game live on Realaudio.

If you want to turn off your airbag, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has a brochure listing the pros and cons on its website... you can also print out an off switch request form.

And if you're tired of hearing about scandals, sports and lawsuits... take a breath, relax for a moment, and enjoy a live picture of Pikes Peak... courtesy of the Softronics website, based in Colorado springs.

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Clinton


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=dse
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=bill clinton


President Clinton says there was an emotional bond between he and Monica Lewinsky.
But he says their relationship was not sexual.
That according to today's Washington Post.
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VO-NAT

05:31:01
SUPER=03-Washington, DC;


The Post's sources say the President admits that their friendship may seem odd and unwise.
He said they became close while sharing stories about their turbulent family upbringings.
Meanwhile federal prosecutors are looking into the President's and Lewinsky's depositions given in the Paula Jones case.
They are trying to find out if Clinton or Lewinsky lied when they said there was no sexual relationship.
The President's supporters say it's just a matter of time before Lewinsky implicates the president.
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((ROBERT BENNETT/CLINTON'S ATTORNEY I WAS A FEDERAL PROSECUTOR AND I CAN TELL YOU THAT EVERYBODY CAN BEND IF PLACED UNDER ENOUGH PRESSURE TO BEND. MR. STARR SEEMS HELL BENT ON GETTING PRESIDENT CLINTON.))
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VO-NAT


Meanwhile the Clintons are trying to put their troubles aside.
Last night a group of friends joined the first couple for a movie at the White House theater.
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Couric


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


The husband of "Today Show" host Katie Couric is dead.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-MSNBC;


Paul "Jay" Monahan underwent surgery for colon cancer back in June.
He was an attorney and legal analyst.
Monahan was a graduate of Washington and Lee University and covered many high profile cases in the two years he worked for NBC.
He is survived by his wife, Katie and their two daughters.
Jay Monahan was 42.
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E-Campus-Alcohol


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-99
GRAPHIC=None


Some members of the General Assembly are trying to keep state college campuses dry.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


Weyer's Cave Delegate Steve Landes filed a bill in the General Assembly.
It would make possession or consumption of alcohol anywhere on the grounds of a state- supported school a class two misdemeanor.
The ban would apparently apply to everything from dorms to tailgate parties.
It now faces General Assembly scrutiny.
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ANCHOR=Denise
SS=none


The University of Virginia is also looking into ways to cut back on alcohol.
The Board of Visitors may ban drinking at tailgate parties before football games.

E-Oak-Level


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=97-100
GRAPHIC=none


After decades of worrying over wells, the small Henry County community of Oak Level is celebrating the arrival of public water service.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Henry Co.;


The town was given a million dollar grant and a one-point-three million dollar loan, courtesy of the U.S. Rural Utility Service.
Officials credit Senator John Warner and Congressman Virgil Goode with getting the funding, although the community only recently warmed up to the idea.
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SOT-23:53:45
SOT-23:58:33
IN Q=I would say

((R.J. FISHER/RURITAN BO. OF DIRECTORS; I WOULD SAY ABOUT 90-PERCENT OF THE PEOPLE HERE WERE AGAINST THE WATER. ABOUT TWO YEARS AGO, WE STARTED AGAIN AND EVERYBODY HAD CHANGED THERE MIND ABOUT IT BECAUSE WE'VE GOT PLENTY OF WATER BUT IT'S GOT IRON AND SULFUR IN IT. VIRGIL GOODE/U.S. CONGRESSMAN; IT'S A GROWING AREA AND WHEN YOU'RE GROWING YOU HAVE GREATER DEMANDS ON WATER IN THE GROUND. SO THIS WATER SYSTEM WAS VERY MUCH NEEDED FOR INDIVIDUALS AND ALSO WILL HELP ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE YEARS AHEAD.))
SUPER=01-R. J. Fisher/Ruritan Board of Directors;
SUPER=01-Rep. Virgil Goode/(R) 5th District;
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VO-NAT


Residents in favor of the water project say it's been a long time coming.
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SOT-23:59:50
IN Q=RIGHT NOW

((ROGER WOODS/OAK LEVEL RESIDENT; RIGHT NOW I'M ON A WELL AND I DON'T KNOW HOW LONG THAT WELL IS GOING TO LAST. SO GETTING THIS WATER MEANS THAT I DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT BEING WITHOUT WATER AT ANY TIME. I'LL ALWAYS HAVE WATER.))
SUPER=01-Roger Woods/Oak Level Resident;
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=HAVE WATER.
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VO-NAT


269- homes in the community currently getting water from a well system will receive public water service by June 1999.
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Superbowl-Psych


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# S8-4
GRAPHIC=superbowl XXXII


Today all eyes in the sporting world are turned to the Super Bowl.
This one game is the pinnacle every player wants to reach.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-New Orleans, LA/FOX; :00


It's the one game each player DREAMS of winning.
But once you get to the big game you've got to perform, beat the pressure.
Most athletes say the game is at least 50-percent mental.
And beating the pressure is something team owners hire professionals to teach.
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SOT 1:37:10
IN Q=WHAT YOU'RE

((JOEL FISH/76ERS' SPORTS PSYCHOLOGIST: WHAT YOU'RE TRYING TO DO IS GET PEOPLE TO GRAB CONTROL OF WHAT THEY CAN CONTROL WHICH IS THEIR EFFORT AND THEIR STRESS LEVEL AND IF WE TEACH ATHLETES TO BETTER UNDERSTAND WHEN THEY'RE FEELING NERVOUS, IF I'M FEELING NERVOUS WAYS TO CALM MYSELF DOWN WHETHER IT'S THE SUPER BOWL OR A LITTLE LEAGUE GAME. THEY'RE BETTER ABLE TO SAY I KNOW WHAT I'M FEELING BUT THAT'S O K I KNOW WHAT TO DO.))
SUPER=01-Dr. Joel Fish/76ers' Sports Psychologist;
RUNS=:25
OUT Q=I KNOW WHAT TO DO
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VO-NAT


Dr. Fish says his clients rehearse breathing techniques, slowing down their body movements or even talking nicely to themselves so they'll know what to do if they become anxious.
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2-Sports


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# Morning Sports
GRAPHIC=


Roanoke avenges Friday's loss to Hampton Roads, by getting a victory in the Roundhouse.
And as you already know today is Super Bowl Sunday--a holy day for all football fans.
Roy has a preview in sports.
Good Morning again Roy.
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Birthdays
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HomeOpen


ANCHOR=Denise
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WRITER=ssm
TAPE#profiles open
GRAPHIC=profile


This past week marked the 25th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion.
While for many women, abortion is the only alternative, a group in Lynchburg offers ANOTHER choice.
Steve Smallshaw takes us inside the Liberty Godparent Home for this week's "Virginia Profile".
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Home-Profile


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NEWSCAST=sun am
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IN Q=By most standards
SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :00
SUPER=01-Holly/Godparent Home Resident; :12
SUPER=@file; :34
SUPER=01-Ryan Rush/Liberty Godparent Home; :41
SUPER=@ssm2; 1:10
RUNS=2:04
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(( By most standards, 17- year- old Holly is your average American teenager.
She's smart, comes from a good home and is on track to graduate high school this spring.
She's also seven months pregnant.
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SOT 4:05:42
IN Q=I've heard

((HOLLY/GODPARENT HOME RESIDENT: I'VE HEARD TALK BEFORE AND I WAS JUST LIKE `OH THAT COULD NEVER HAPPEN TO ME', BUT OBVIOUSLY IT DID AND I'M HERE.))
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"Here" is the Liberty Godparent Home in Lynchburg.
For 16 years, the home has taken in young, pregnant women from across the country.. girls from every kind of background who share a common bond: they're pregnant and they have nowhere else to turn.
An outgrowth of Reverend Jerry Falwell's ministry, the Godparent home offers these young women many choices: but abortion is not one of them.
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SOT 3:36:43
IN Q=Anyone who would

((RYAN RUSH/LIBERTY GODPARENT HOME: ANYONE WHO WOULD OPPOSE, REALLY, A PROGRAM LIKE THIS WOULD HAVE TO ADMIT THEY'RE NOT PRO- CHOICE, THEY'RE ADAMANTLY PRO- ABORTION, BECAUSE WE'RE PROVIDING A PRACTICAL, VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO BOTH THE MOTHER AND THAT UNBORN CHILD.))
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IN Q=When I told

((HOLLY: WHEN I TOLD MY PARENTS, THEY WERE LIKE `HOLLY, THAT'S DEFINITELY OUT OF THE QUESTION. WE'LL DO ANYTHING WE CAN EXCEPT THAT', SO IN A WAY IT WAS, BUT IN A WAY IT'S NEVER BEEN THE ACTUAL THING TO DO.))
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Instead, Holly left Tennessee and came here, to get away from the questions, the pressures and the embarassment.
She and the other eleven girls keep up with their schoolwork, receive life skills training and learn to make some touch decisions about what to do with their baby once it's born.
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SOT 3:40:43
IN Q=And that's really

((RYAN RUSH/LIBERTY GODPARENT HOME: AND THAT'S REALLY THE MOST CRITICAL THING ABOUT WHAT WE DO, BECAUSE WHEN A GIRL COMES IN, WHETHER SHE'S 13 OR SHE'S 20, SHE HAS TO REALIZE THAT SHE'S ABOUT TO ENTER INTO A NEW LEVEL OF MATURITY WHETHER SHE LIKES IT OR NOT.))
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SOT 4:05:05
IN Q=I've grown

((HOLLY: I'VE GROWN CLOSER TO THE LORD HERE, IT'S JUST A WONDERFUL PLACE TO BE, IT REALLY IS. PEOPLE THINK, `OH YOU'RE GOING TO LIVE IN A HOME WITH A BUNCH OF GIRLS, WHAT'S THAT', BUT IT'S REALLY A GOOD EXPERIENCE. IT'S NOT THE BEST SITUATION OR ANYTHING BUT IT'S HELPED ME GROW IN A LOT OF WAYS.))
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For the Godparent Home, Holly is another of 700 success stories they've helped write since 1982.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.)) Know-Bump 2 shot
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Sports-Extra


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=Sun AM
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# Sports Extra
GRAPHIC=none

ON CAMERA TAG TAG TAG
Jim Carroll says after all these years the magic is still there.
Carroll has been the voice of high school sports for more than three decades.
Take a listen.
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IN Q=THEY WILL BE
SUPER=02-Jim Carroll/Radio Sports Broadcaster; :00
SUPER=01-Mike Bell/Jim's Football Broadcast Partner; 1:03
SUPER=03-Roanoke; 1:16
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((JIM CARROLL/RADIO SPORTS BROADCASTER: THEY WILL BE IN THE DRIVERS' SEAT AND THEY WILL BE THE TEAM TO BEAT AS WE MOVE ON DURING THE SEASON. WE'LL BE BACK WITH THE STARTING LINE-UPS.))
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Jim Carroll has taken a seat in the stands of high school basketball and football games for 34 years.
Broadcasting is more than a hobby, but it's never been a job.
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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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And he openly admits he's addicted to golf.
That's only natural for a self-described old school radio broadcaster who loves a good matchup.
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SOT 9:42:30
IN Q=THE DRAMA

((CARROLL: THE DRAMA, THE ENTHUSIASM, THE EMOTION. YOU HERE IT WHEN YOUR AT THE GAME WHEN THE TEAM IS COMING BACK. YOU CAN JUST HEAR THE EXCITEMENT IN THE SOULS OF THE PEOPLE WHO ARE THERE AND YOU FEEL AS A BROADCASTER YOU SENSE THEIR FEELINGS AND OF COURSE IF YOU ARE A FAN, WHICH I CERTAINLY AM A FAN, YOU SENSE IT TOO.))
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OUT Q=SENSE IT TOO
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SOT
IN Q=

((MIKE BELL/JIM'S FOOTBALL BROADCAST PARTNER: JIM IS AN OLD STYLE GUY. HE WORKS WITH ONE MICROPHONE. WHAT HE'LL DO SOMETIMES IS HE'LL ASK ME FOR SOME INSIGHT, WHICH I'M SUPPOSED TO HAVE. HE'LL TURN THE MICROPHONE TO YOU BUT THEN HE'LL TURN TO DO SOMETHING SO YOU HAVE TO KINDA CHASE THE MICROPHONE AROUND.))
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=the MICROPHONE AROUND
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SOT 10:19:40
IN Q=owned the boards

(( ))
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OUT Q=


Carroll says he tries to paint a picture with words, to help the listener create a mental image.
He says though times have changed the game really hasn't.
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SOT 9:43:12
IN Q=ONE THING

((ONE THING FOR SURE THE SHOES ARE BIGGER AND SPRINGIER. THE BASKETBALL TRUNKS ARE LONGER AND BIGGER. WE KNOW THAT FOR SURE. I'D SAY IN GENERAL KIDS TODAY ARE BIGGER AND STRONGER.))
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OUT Q=BIGGER AND STRONGER

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ANCHOR=DENISE

SS
Jim Carroll says now a days fans are able to choose from a wide variety of sports broadcasts.
But he says if organizers put together a good match-up, the fans will still show up at the gate.

Gingerbread-Man


ANCHOR=Andrew
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=dse
TAPE#enter
GRAPHIC=none


John Grisham novels and movies have been going hand in hand for several years.
Now, apparently Hollywood has stopped waiting for the book.
Here's Dennis Cunningham with a review of The Gingerbread Man.
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SOT
IN Q=Hi Dennis Cunningham
SUPER=01-Dennis Cunningham/Movie Reviewer; :05
SUPER=04-"The Rainmaker"-Paramount; :22 QUICK!!!
SUPER=04-"The Gingerbread Man"-Polygram; :52
RUNS=1:53
OUT Q=FOR CBS NEWS

Movies-Bump 2 shot toss
(ad lib toss to box office bump)


Take full screen box office bump Chryon 7156

COMM#7


Promo


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=dse
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=news7 at six


Here's some of what we're working on for News-7 at Six.
School zones are supposed to protect schoolchildren from speeding cars.
But much of the time, the signs and yellow flashing lights don't even slow drivers down.
We'll take a look at what else is being done to protect kids on their way to school tonight on news-7 at Six.
Hope to see you then.

Mornin-Tease


ANCHOR=Denise
NEWSCAST=sun am
WRITER=dse
TAPE#Morn Promo
GRAPHIC=News-7 Mornin


You can start your day off right with News-7 Mornin all this week.
Here' Steve Pardon with some of what you'll see.
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IN Q=I'm Steve Pardon
SUPER=15-Steve Pardon;
RUNS=:32
OUT Q=HAVE ANOTHER QUARTER?


2-BIRTHDAYS1/26/98
Monday:

SUPER=130-9/Brittany Comer/Pearisburg;



SUPER=130-7/Brian Dolan/Ronceverte, WV;



SUPER=130-6/Joshua Lackey/Ridgeway;



SUPER=130-38/Mike Hall/Ironto;



SUPER=130-6/Michael Mulky/Speedwell;



SUPER=130-4/Demonte' Wright/Lynchburg;



SUPER=130-3/Montcello Johnson/Lynchburg;



SUPER=130-103/Bessie Cole/Pearisburg;



SUPER=130-28/Shannon Roope/Salem;


No Pictures:

SUPER=130-57/Ronnie Ratcliffe/Henry;