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Next on News 7-
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New developments in the Monica Lewinsky case.
Why isn't power back on for folks in some regions of Roanoke County? We'll check in to see what damage was done by the latest storm.
Plus a former teacher who had sex with a 13 year old is back in prison.
And sorority houses are going up in Lexington.
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News 7 is next.

Newsbreak


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Good Evening.
President Clinton's attorney says he'll sue the independent counsel for leaking information in the Lewinsky case.
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((THESE LEAKS MAKE A MOCKERY OF THE TRADITIONAL RULES OF GRAND JURY SECRECY.))
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A teacher who had a child with a 13 year old student- is going back to prison.
Police caught35 year old Mary Kay LaTourneau vith the boy which violated her parole.
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This may just be a hillside now.
But soon sorority houses will go up here- at Washington and Lee.
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Join us for News 7 at Eleven.

Intern


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President Clintons attorney is
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now accusing the independent counsel of leaking information in the Monica Lewinsky case.
David Kendall says he'll go to court to punish prosecutors for leaks about grand jury testimony.
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((DAVID KENDALL/CLINTON'S ATTORNEY: THEY OFTEN APPEAR TO BE A CYNCIAL ATTEMPT TO PRESSURE AND INTIMIDATE WITNESSES AND TO DECEIVE THE PUBLIC AND TO SMEAR THE PEOPLE INVOLVED IN THE INVESTIGATION.))
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Whitewater counsel Kenneth Starr says Kendall has no factual basis for his accusations.
Starr calls the allegataions reckless.
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Teacher-Sex


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It's seven and half years in prison for the teacher who had a baby with her 13 year old student.
Police say Mary Kay LaTourneau was trying to run off with the boy.
Rick Price has more.
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Danville-Accident


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Police and rescue crews in Danville got an unusual call today- the report of a car over a bridge.
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This is what they found when they arrived.
A woman apparently drove off the road.. just before the Worsham Street Bridge.
Her car plunged down over the embankment and landed on the railroad tracks below.
The airbags deployed.
The driver was pulled out and taken to the hospital.
No word on her condition or what caused the accident.
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501-Ax


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Traffic is at a standstill along Route 501 in Gladys-- after a tanker truck crashed and spilled flammable liquid.
The accident happened around 3-30 this afternoon.
The driver-- Raymond S. Jackson was not seriously injured in the wreck but charges are pending against him.
Police are directing traffic around the area and expect to have the road re-opened around midnight.
Tomorrow morning motorists can expect delays on 220 North around Boones Mill.
About seven a-m, authorities will remove a tractor trailer overturned in the median.
Traffic is expected to be blocked on 220 North for about two hours.

Train-Wreck


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The weather that caused a train derailment in Glasgow continues to plague crews cleaning up the wreckage.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Glasgow/Thursday;


Norfolk Southern workers have been working since dawn Thursday.
They're trying to lift five derailed cars out of the Maury River.
But the job is turning out to be tougher than expected.
Crews struggled today to operate train-lifting machinery on rain-soaked ground.
Once the five derailed cars get back on track, crews have to replace the 250-feet of track that slipped off an embankment.
Norfolk Southern still expects the route through Glasgow to re-open tomorrow.
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Bent-Mountain


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
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TAPE#97-95
GRAPHIC=Winter WX


Residents of Bent Mountain are still without power tonight, but they're hoping the weekend will bring some good news.
Utility crews are hard at work, while residents are making the best of a difficult situation.
Joe Dashiell has their story.
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((With the power out, the front porch is the fridge.
And the family is gathered around the wood stove.
Three days into their adventure, the Scotts are thankful for deliveries of fresh food and the company of neighbors.
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((KAREN SCOTT: WE'RE READING BOOKS, PILGRIM'S PROGRESS TO THE BOYS. JUST PLAYING GAMES. DURING THE DAY WE CAN FUNCTION PRETTY MUCH S NORMAL BECAUSE WE HAVE SUNLIGHT, BUT DURING THE NIGHT IT'S ROUGH.))
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Power company and contract crews are busy replacing poles, reconnecting fallen wires, but there is enough work to keep them busy for days. NAT SOUND
On Poor Mountain, the same conditions that spell trouble for homeowners are causing problems for the radio and tv stations that have transmission towers there.
Most are running generators and worrying about the thick layer of ice that covers everything.
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IN Q=Instead of the power

((EDDIE DURHAM: INSTEAD OF THE POWER GOING OUT THE ANTENNA, IT STARTS COMING BACK DOWN THE LINE TO THE TRANSMITTER. AND SO IT'S CAUSING US PROBLEMS, AND NOW THAT IT'S WARMING UP A LITTLE BIT THE ICE IS MELTING AND IT'S CAUSING THE ANTENNA TO DO SQUIRRELLY THINGS, BUT WE JUST HAVE TO KEEP AN EYE ON IT AND KEEP THE FUEL COMING IN AND JUST KIND OF BABYSIT IT, THAT'S ALL WE CAN DO.))
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And all Karen Scott and her family can do is wait, for utility crews to do their work... and for life on Bent Mountain to return to normal.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke County))
Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
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An American pilot is killed after two planes collide over the Persian Gulf.
We'll have that story next.
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and we'll tell you about Washington and Lee's efforts to give its sororities a place to call their own.
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COMM#1


Iraq


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President Clinton is off
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington, DC;

to Camp David tonight with British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
The two spent the day talking about Iraq- both agreeing that a diplomatic solution is up to Saddam Hussein. But neither would rule out the use of force.
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((IF SADDAM DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE UNANIMOUS WILL OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY WE MUST BE PREPARED TO ACT AND WE ARE.))
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Meanwhile Iraqi officials insist their nation has fulfilled its obligation to destroy its weapons of mass destruction.
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Crash


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No word on what caused two marine fighters to crash over the Persian Gulf today-
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One of the pilots is dead. The other survived and is reportedly in good condition tonight.
The Hornet fighters made contact near the Kuwaiti coast- as they were getting ready to patrol Iraq's no fly zone.
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Tech-Police


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A Virginia Tech police officer has resigned after failing to produce key evidence in a fatal car crash.
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Officer Todd Miller gave Evelyn Williams several sobriety tests after she struck a Virginia Tech student last year.
He says she failed those tests.
But the judge rejected the test results because Miller lost his notes.
Williams was found not guilty of drunk driving and involuntary manslaughter.
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((NANCY KELLY/VICTIM'S MOTHER: I DO HOLD THE TECH POLICE PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACQUITTAL ... THEY MADE MISTAKES.))
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Virginia Tech police are investigating the way the case was handled -- but say they did NOT pressure Officer Miller to resign.
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((LARRY HINCKER/VA TECH: HE SIMPLY EXPRESSED A GREAT DEAL OF REGRET AND FRUSTRATION OVER THE HANDLING OF THE CASE. EVEN PRIOR TO THAT HE WAS TORN UP OVER THE FACT THAT WE LOST A STUDENT HERE ON OUR CAMPUS TO A MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY.))
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Hincker says every Tech police officer involved in the Williams case is under review.

Sororities


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With plans in place and 13 point five million dollars to back them--Washington and Lee University will build homes for its sororities.
It's a project more than a year in the making.
Stacey Martin has more.
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((Behind these doors members of Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Beta Phi, and two other sororities live in close quarters in dorm room suites in Gaines Hall.
But, that's a far cry from the more than a dozen individual houses fraternities lay claim to.
Now the disparity is about to end with the construction of Sorority Row.
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((HOLLY SHIVER/KAPPA DELTA: I THINK THAT WE ARE RELATIVELY EQUAL AS FAR AS RIGHTS AND EVERYTHING GO, BUT I THINK THAT THE PHYSICAL STATEMENT OF EQUALITY IS REALLY GOING TO BE IMPORTANT.))
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The sorority homes will take the place of dorm suites and The Delta House, which is home to five sororities and about 20 sorers.
They say a row of homes like the Delta House would bring much needed privacy, space, and greater status to the women on campus.
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((MEGAN HOBBS/KAPPA ALPHA THETA: IN THE TEN YEAR TIME THAT WOMEN HAVE ATTENDED W AND L, WE HAVE MADE SUCH GREAT STRIDES I THINK THIS IS JUST GOING TO ADD TO IT.))
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((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING:LEAVES AND A LITTLE BIT OF MUD NOW COVER WHERE SORORITY ROW WILL STAND. UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS PLAN TO BEING CONSTRUCTION IN THE SPRING OF 1999 AND IT WILL OFFICIALLY OPEN UP IN AUGUST OF THE YEAR 2000. STACEY MARTIN, NEWS 7, LEXINGTON.))
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The Olympic Winter Games have begun. We'll have a look back at the tonight's opening ceremony comin up after sports.
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but first, we'll show you the perfect place to get away and chill out.
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Marye-Challenge


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TAPE#98-1
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The food tax cut beat the car tax cut today in a debate at the State Capitol.
But that's only because Madison Marye debated alone.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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(( The Governor was off touring his storm stricken state...so the state Senator started without him. 12:26:51 ((I DID NOT COME HERE TO EMBARRASS THE GOVERNOR.))
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Madison Marye may be the legislature's lost causes leader -- but he's NOT giving up his fight to cut the tax on groceries instead of Jim Gilmore's car tax cut.
Marye had all the camera friendly props to make some serious points about the car tax.
sot tape one 12:18:34

((SEN. MADISON MARYE: IT'S GONNA BENEFIT THE WEALTHY MUCH MORE THAN THE POOR. MY BILL TREATS EVERYBODY ACROSS THE BOARD THE SAME.))
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Marye's figures show that under Gilmore's bill, the average family with a five thousand dollar car would get 19 dollars in tax relief this year.
Under Marye's food tax bill, the average family that spends 100 dollars a week on groceries would get 52-dollars in relief.
Even in the fifth year of the phase-in, "no car tax" would mean 128- dollars relief under Gilmore's plan for that family... or 156 dollars relief if the food tax was cut.
The Governor's office does NOT dispute the numbers.
SOT TAPE TWO 12:44:49

((LILA YOUNG/GILMORE SPOKESWOMAN: THIS WAS HIS MANDATE AND HE WOULDN'T BE TRUE TO THE PEOPLE IF HE DIDN'T DO WHAT I ASKED HIM TO DO. AND THEY STILL WANT HIM TO DO IT. THEY CALL HIM ALL THE TIME AND TELL HIM THEY WANT HIM TO DO IT. SO IT REMAINS WHAT THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA WANT AND THAT'S WHAT HE'S GONNA DO.))
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((I HAVE HAD REPUBLICANS COME TO ME AND SAY I LIKE YOUR BILL. SOME SAY I DON'T KNOW IF I CAN VOTE FOR IT.))
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The press corps agreed Marye had won-- so the senator headed back to the Senate floor, clearly proud of his performance.
On Tuesday, the public gets to comment to the Senators in a hearing on both tax cuts.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Video


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If you're looking for a cool deal for some winter lodging, you may want to pay extra attention to the next story.
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A hotel in the Lappland region of Finland is so cool, it's freezing.
It is the world's first Igloo hotel.
The snow and ice structure can take up to 50 customers at a time.
It even has a restaurant. Most of the tourists are foreigners who want to spend the night in their own down filled sleeping bag.
The owner says he got the idea as a child when his parents wouldn't let him sleep out in his snow forts.
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Winds/36-38;
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S-Extra


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TAPE#FB97-3
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A trip down hockey memory lane in sports tonight as the old timere have at it at the Round House; we will also check out the Express/Chesapeake clash and high school hoops;
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But first the extra point. John Elway will return to Denver for a 16-th season. Elway won his first Superbowl in 4 tries when the Broncos beat Green bay.
His agent Marvin Demoff says Elway will give the Broncos a year notice when he decides to retire.
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S-Score


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WIPE TO MOTION
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Valley/72//Women/;
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S-Oldies


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Lets start on the ice where Hockey History Weekend began with the Roanoke Old Timers taking on the Greensboro Old timers in a night made for laughs to say the least.
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Players that got hockey off on the right skate decades ago came back to strut their stuff. Pierre Paiement played for Roanoke as did his former Roanoke valley rebel teammate Claude Piche. Greensboro had the advantage in years and, coached by ECHL commissioner Pat Kelly; beat Roanoke 7-4. Henry Brabham coached Roanoke and the reasons for losing went back and forth.
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a((RON JONES/FORMER RAMPAGE PLAYER:)) ((HENRY BRABHAM/ROANOKE HOCKEY PIONEER:)) ((PIERRE PAIEMENT/EXPRESS GENERAL MANAGER:))
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While the the competitive spirt definitely came out; it was all about fun and reuniting old friends.
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((PAT KELLY/ECHL COMMISSIONER:))
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Later tonight; 10 hockey greats will be inducted into the first ever Roanoke hockey hall of fame.
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(( ))
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S-Express


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While Roanoke's oldies didn't fair so well last night, the mood changed when the Express took the ice to beat the Chesapeake Icebreakers 5-4 giving them their eleventh straight victory at home this season.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Icebreakers vs. Express; :00


Let's take it early on in the first period. Chris Lipsett gets the feed from Wayne Strachan and fires one in giving him his eighteenth of the year and giving the Express a 1-0 lead.
Things got a little crazy and fists started flying at the end of the first
SUPER=34-Roanoke/5/Chesapeake/4;

period. As both teams were leaving the ice, J. F. Tremblay had a few kind words to say to Chesapeake's ???? and the third scuffle of the game got going.
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S-Northside


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GRAPHIC=High School Hoops


To the high school hard wood and the Blue Ridge District William Byrd traveled across Roanoke County to Northside to battle the Vikings.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co/Terriers vs. Vikings; :00


And take a look at who was in attendance-- Look whose with Byrd athletic director Jane Layman. Like a politician that Roy Stanley.
To the basketball action now, Byrd's Josh Wheeler with the quick pass to Matt McGuire--McGuire at the charity stripe for TWO!
It's the Terriers again working it inside to Ryan Hurd. Hurd with the spin and he sinks the "J".
SUPER=34-William Byrd/62/Northside/49;

Now it's Northside's turn Nat Franklin takes the pass and downs the three pointer.
The Terriers would lose the ball and it's Daryl Holmes with the easy lay-up. Byrd goes on to win the contest 62-49.
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S-PH


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


Patrick Henry and Cave Spring faced off in a Roanoke Valley district match-up.
Patriot Jon Helms finds Boo Battle--and it's Devon in the paint with the nifty spin move for the basket.
Then, Mike Hill takes matters in his own hands for P-H and in traffic he fights to put the rock in.
SUPER=34-Cave Spring/60/Patrick Henry/58;


Wally Kern would return the favor for the Knights and Cave wins it 60-58
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S-College


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#=none
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ACC basketball returns to your HOmetown Station this weekend with an assortment of games beginning with the Deacs and the Tigers later today. WIPE TO PINNACLE BOARD FULL!!!
@Page1-------99050


Wake Forest hits the floor to take on the Clemson Tigers saturday afternoon. The game tips off at 1:30 and you can catch all the highlights right here on WDBJ.

Sports tease


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Still to come in sports; thwe daytona 500 is fast appraoching and you can get the inside track right here;
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VO-NAT


and the valley's top volleyball player signs on tthe college dotted line; Linsdey cannon's destinatiton when we come back.
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S-Volley


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#GIRL-97
GRAPHIC=VOLLEYBALL


The area's best high school volleyball player will dawn whitte and powder blue next season; signing with North Carolina.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00


Cave Spring's Lindsay Cannon the Roanoke Valley District's player of the year picked the Tarheels over JMU and Wyoming.
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((LINDSAY CANNON/SIGNS WITH UNC:))
SUPER=01-Lindsay Cannon/Signs With UNC; :00
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OUT Q=...VERY EXCITED."
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VO-NAT CON'T
SUPER=04-1997 Season; :00


At Six Feet Three Inches tall, Cannon had the ability to dominate games last season.
But she know things will be different in college.
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SOT
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((LINDSAY CANNON:)) ((PENNY WILLIAMS/CAVE SPRING VOLLEYBALL COACH:))
SUPER=01-Penny Williams/Cave Spring Volleyball Coach;:19
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OUT Q=...CAPITALIZE ON."
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S-Daytona


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WRITER=sma
TAPE#R-38
GRAPHIC=DAYTONA SPEEDWAY


Winston Cup qualifying is on tap today at Daytona, and the racing action also is ready to fire up up on Your Hometown Station.
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PINNACLE BOARD FULL (1050)
Tonight at 7:30 Mike Stevens will have a special half hour preview of the 1998 NASCAR season.
Be sure to check out DASH to DAYTONA right here on your Hometown Station.
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Winter-Olympics


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The Nagano Olympic games are officially underway, following the pageantry of tonight's opening ceremonies.
Dave Fehling reports from Japan.
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