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Up next on News 7 at Six, Roanoke City Coucil members react to criticism of the police Chief selection process.
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And one man is dead after a two-state police chase ends in Danville.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
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In sports, The Hokies and Cavaliers have a rough day on the hardwood the U.S.A men's hockey team picks up a win.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And the Colts trade quarterback Jim Harbaugh to the Baltimore Ravens for two draft choices.
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WX-Head
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The Clouds are mostly gone, just in time for a moonlit Valentine's night stroll--
Tomorrow? Plenty of sun, with clouds returning tomorrow night.

Gaskins-Reax


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=97-96
GRAPHIC=Joe Gaskins


The selection of Roanoke's new police chief got mixed reaction from the city's government.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


Former Newport News assistant police chief Joe Gaskins was promoted to Roanoke's highest law enforcement post, the Chief of Police.
Gaskins and local candidate, Lieutenant David Clayton, were the last two vying for the position.
Mayor David Bowers yesterday expressed his disappointment that Clayton was not promoted from within.
But some city council members say City Manager Bob Herbert has done his job in giving the people what they want.
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((CARROLL SWAIN/ROANOKE CITY COUNCILMAN; SOMEONE THAT IS HIGHLY QUALIFIED, SOMEBODY WITH EXPERIENCE. SOMEBODY WHO EXHIBITED POSITIVE LEADERSHIP AND I THINK WE GOT THAT.)) ((JACK PARROTT/ROANOKE CITY COUNCILMAN; WE TURNED THIS OVER TO THE CITY MANAGER AND HE'S HIRED WHO HE THINKS IS THE BEST CANDIDATE. I'M PERFECTLY HAPPY WITH THAT AND I'M WILLING TO BACK THE CITY MANAGER.))
SUPER=01-Carroll Swain/Roanoke City Councilman; :08
SUPER=01-Jack Parrott/Roanoke City Councilman;
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Gaskins takes over his new position next month.
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Chase-D'ville


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
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TAPE#=98-11
GRAPHIC=Police Chase


One man is dead following a high speed police chase through two states that ended in Danville last night.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/Last Night;


Police in Casswell County North Carolina chased the car driven by Gary Arthur James of Danville into Virginia after he failed to stop for a license checkpoint.
James apparently lost control of the car on Holland Road in Danville- hit a tree and the car flipped.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police say they called off the chase before the accident happened.
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Pennington


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#98-9
GRAPHIC=legal scales


Frank Pennington may have to face yet ANOTHER murder trial--this after yesterday's trial ended in a hung jury.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Yesterday;


Deliberations went on for almost 12 hours yesterday but the jurors could not reach a decision.
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IN Q=The jury obviously

((RANDY LEACH/ROANOKE CO. AST. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: THE JURY OBVIOUSLY WORKED HARD. THEY DIDN'T HAVE A LOT OF QUESTIONS. THEY WERE BACK THERE DISCUSSING THE THING THE WHOLE TIME. IT'S OBVIOUS THEY WORKED HARD BUT COULDN'T RESOLVE THE ISSUES.))
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Pennington was convicted in April of 1995 of murdering Bonnie Sue Mullins and was sentenced to 42 years in jail.
But, defense lawyers later found evidence they said proved Pennington's innocence and won an appeal of the verdict.
Prosecutors say they're prepared to try the case yet again.
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Meanwhile, Pennington remains imprisoned on unrelated federal convictions.

Autopsy-Bill


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=equ
TAPE#=97-99
GRAPHIC=Jim Gilmore


It appears as if the Gilmore administration is coming to the defense of one of the governor's biggest contributors--Patricia Cornwell.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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SUPER=01-Dr. Randy Gordon/Va. Health Commissioner; 1:26
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((The story begins in 1989, when the dismembered bodies of Anna Maria Phelps and Daniel Lauer are found near an Interstate rest stop east of Richmond.
Their murders are still unsolved.
Enter celebrity novelist Patricia Cornwell, who admits her 1992 best seller "All That Remains" was partially based on the Phelps and Lauer murders.
Cornwell, after all, worked in the Virginia Medical Examiner's Office.
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((MARGIE LAUER/VICTIM'S MOTHER: MY FIRST REACTION I GUESS WAS WELL NOW THAT MURDERER KNOWS THAT EVERYBODY KNOWS AND HE SAYS WELL I'M FREE, I'M SCOT FREE. BECAUSE HOW ARE THEY GOING TO SOLVE THE CASE? I MEAN IT'S PUBLIC INFORMATION NOW.))
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((JEWEL PHELPS/VICTIM'S MOTHER: CAN YOU IMAGINE SITTING THERE READING A BOOK--YOU'VE GOT YOUR FEET UP, YOU'RE GONNA READ A GOOD BOOK. IN FACT, YOU'RE READING ABOUT YOUR KID...YOU'RE WATCHING YOUR CHILD BEING MURDERED. IT'S GOT TO BE STOPPED.))
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So the families filed a civil suit against Cornwell last year.
Now they've persuaded 15 lawmakers from both parties to sponsor a resolution that would study how to better protect autopsy records from unauthorized public disclosure.
So what about the Governor -- whose biggest individual contributor's reputation could be on the line with a bill that specifically mentions the "tragic" impact of "crime novels?"
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((GOVERNOR JIM GILMORE: I CAN'T IMAGINE THAT A RESOLUTION LIKE THIS WOULD BE OFFERED AGAINST ANY SINGLE PERSON, SO I THINK IT'S SPECULATION THAT THEY'RE AIMING THIS AT MS. CORNWELL OR ANY OTHER PERSON.))
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But Gilmore's health commissioner will speak for the administration against the bill-- and HE clearly links it to Cornwell's lawsuit.
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((DR. RANDY GORDON/VA. HEALTH COMMISSIONER: OUR CONCERN IS THAT THIS RESOLUTION THAT ESTABLISHES A STUDY ADMITS OR ASSERTS THAT THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER'S OFFICE HAS RELEASED INFORMATION THAT IT SHOULD NOT HAVE RELEASED. AND WE MAINTAIN THAT THAT IS NOT THE CASE.))
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The bill still faces a House committee.
The lawsuit goes to court in April.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))
Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Eric
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Tax time is not far off.
When the news continues we'll tell you about an easy way to file your forms by going on-line.
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And, if you're in need of some wheels you may have found a good deal earlier today.
The U.S Marshall Service was auctioning-off items seized in drug-busts.
We'll have that story when the news continues but, first let's get an update on the weather with Andrew Freiden.
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Powerline


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A Christiansburg group says running a proposed power line through the area would do more harm than good to local residents.
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American Electric Power wants to place a 765-kilovolt power line between Cloverdale and Wyoming, West Virginia.
FRIENDS OF REGIONAL CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT say there are environmental and economic development issues which have not been addressed.
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((RICHARD RICH/F.O.R.C.E.; THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE LINE IS TO SELL POWER TO OTHER AREAS, NOT TO SERVE SOUTHWESTERN VIRGINIA. AND WE WOULD PAY A VERY HIGH PRICE IN ENVIRONMENTAL DEVASTATION AND CULTURAL DISRUPTION FOR HAVING THE LINE COME THROUGH. WHEN THERE'S NO JUSTIFICATION FOR IT, WE JUST DON'T THINK IT'S WARRANTED.))
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But AEP officials deny those allegations.
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((TODD BURNS/AEP; THIS LINE IS NEEDED TO SERVE THE CUSTOMERS OF THIS AREA. SOUTHERN WEST VIRGINIA, SOUTHWESTERN VIRGINIA, A SMALL PART OF KENTUCKY AND TWO COUNTIES IN TENNESSEE ARE AEP CUSTOMERS WHO ARE SERVED IN THE REGION THAT IS MOST AT RISK OF LOSING ITS TRANSMISSION SERVICE.))
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Burns says the need for more transmission service in Montgomery County alone has tripled over the past 25-years. take full screen board
Those with concerns about the power line can call AEP at 1-800-289-2372.
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Military-College


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An all-male, Christian, military school that's still in the planning stages wants help from alumni of The Citadel and V-M-I.
The Southern Military Institute wants to buy a college campus in Texas and hopes to raise about 250,000 dollars.
It's putting out ads targeting alumni of VMI and The Citadel asking for donations.
School officials plan to welcome their first class in the fall.

WebWatch


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=eea
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Higher prices for America Online users, and its Valentine's day on the web.
More in this week's webwatch.
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America Online will raise its monthly fee for unlimited access by two dollars in April, from 19-95 to 21-95.
The company says the increase will help pay to upgrade its network. AOL stock went up in response. Since AOL began flat fee service, members have tripled the time they spend on-line.

If you're a valentine's day procrastinator, you can still send a quick bouquet on-line. At the Virtual Florist, you can pick one of several different flower arrangements, and e-mail a picture of it to your valentine...
You can also send real flowers from this site, but of course if you haven't sent anything by now... you're already in hot water. Perhaps an "I'm sorry" bouquet?

Before you buy income tax preparation software, check out some alternatives on the web.
At SecureTax, you can download tax forms, and prepare and file your taxes electronically. Ten bucks for a 10-40 E-Z, 15 for a regular 10-40, and for an extra buck, they'll check for anything in your return that might trigger an audit. They have an extensive collection and Federal and State tax forms.

Tech students and alumni will enjoy this site... Hokies At Play features coverage of Tech sports... There's a bulletin board you can use to talk about what's bugging you, or anything else.
There are campus classified ads, an index of clubs and bars, and an events calender.
To join the hokie bird online, and for the links to the rest of these sites, visit the Webwatch page on the WDBJ website, at WWW-dot-WDBJ7-dot com.))

Auction


ANCHOR=Eric
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TAPE#=97-100
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You might say the U.S. Marshall's Service got a jump on their Spring cleaning today.
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SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;


They auctioned off 12 vehicles seized in drug-busts here in Southwest Virginia.
The vehicles ranged from motorcycles to construction equipment.
Criminals forfeit the property, either by court order or action by the D-E-A or F-B-I.
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((STEVE SIKKEMA/DEPUTY U.S. MARSHALL; THE MARSHALLS SERVICE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE STORAGE, MAINTENANCE AND THE SELLING OF THE VEHICLES. THEN, THE PROCEEDS, AFTER OUR EXPENSES ARE PAID, GO RIGHT BACK TO THE AGENCIES THAT DID THE WORK.))
SUPER=01-Steve Sikkema/Deputy U.S. Marshall;
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The most expensive item on the list-- a motor home seized by State Police near Lexington.
It sold for 36-thousand dollars.
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Tease#2



ANCHOR=Eric
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When the news continues Roy Stanley will be here with an update on the latest in the world of sports.
And, Andrew Freiden will have your complete weather forecast.
That's straight ahead when we return.

Safe-Sober


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WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 98-4
GRAPHIC=Safety Belts


State and local police are stepping up their efforts to enforce seat belt laws.
It's called Smart, Safe and Sober.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The statewide program is aimed at preventing traffic deaths and injuries.
In 1996 70-percent of all the people killed in traffic accidents were NOT wearing their seatbelts.
For the next two weeks the police will be setting up checkpoints in the area to raise awareness on the benefits of buckling-up.
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((R.J. CARPENTIERI/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE CAN BE ISSUED A CITATION IF A PERSON IN THE VEHICLE AGE 16 OR YOUNGER ARE NOT IN A SEATBELT OR CHILD RESTRAINT SEAT.))
SUPER=01-R. J. Carpentieri/Virginia State Police;
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Children four years old and younger or children weighing less than 40 pounds are required to ride in a child safety seat.
For tips on how to install these seats properly contact your local police department.

Wedding-Chapel


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=98-3
GRAPHIC=Valentine's Day


While gifts of candy and flowers maybe in order for Valentine's Day, some folks think it's the right time to say I DO.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The WEDDING CHAPEL performs nuptials daily, but even more so today when it seems CUPID is most active.
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((WINSTON UNDERWOOD/WEDDING CHAPEL OWNER; IT'S A DAY OF LOVE, A DAY OF COMING TOGETHER AND PEOPLE JUST LIKE TO GET MARRIED. THEY DRESS IN RED AND EVERYTHING IS BRIGHT AND PRETTY ON VALENTINE'S DAY.))
SUPER=01-Winston Underwood/"Wedding Chapel" Owner;
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But, each couple has their own reasons for picking February 14th to tie the knot.
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((MR. AND MRS. DANNY SPANGLER; EH BECAUSE IT WAS A ROMANTIC.))
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Each wedding ceremony lasts anywhere from about 10 minutes to two hours.
Last year, eight couples took their vows at the WEDDING CHAPEL on Valentine's Day.
This year four newly weds said I DO.
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Boy-Scouts


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=98-10
GRAPHIC=none


Roanoke chapters of the Boy Scouts of America spent the day remembering those in need.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


A food drive is being held by the troops this weekend in an effort to help others.
Organizers say after Thanksgiving and Christmas food donations begin to drop.
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((CAROL ROWE/TROOP 55; WE HAVE A GOOD COLLECTION OF FOOD AT THAT TIME. BUT PEOPLE FORGET THAT EVERYDAY, THE POOR ARE IN GREAT NEED. AND SO, THAT'S WHY WE'RE GLAD WE CAN HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET SOME MORE HERE TODAY.))
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The scouts are collecting non- perishables at Roanoke Valley Kroger stores.
The food bins will be un-attended tomorrow, but donations can still be made at the sites.
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The food will be given to the Southwestern Virginia Second Harvest Food Bank.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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And coming up next, Highlights from some of today's basketball action we'll also hear from another Franklin county baseball player at Virginia Tech.
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And Joe Nemechek stays out of trouble and dominates the NAPA Auto Parts 300 at Daytona.
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S-UVA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
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TAPE#VB98-1
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The Virginia Cavaliers were in Atlanta today and they ran into the sting of a red hot Georgia Tech team losing to the Yellow Jackets 105 to 86.
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SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/HTS; :


Jeff Jones giving instructions as the Cavaliers work the ball in the first half.
On this play Curtis Staples pulls up and hits the three pointer and the Cavaliers trailed 27 to 22.
But the Yellow Jackets were smoking from behind the line T.J. Vines takes his turn and nails this one and the Jackets led 58 to 35 at the half.
Virginia opened the second half with Staples hitting another three but the Cavaliers trailed 70 to 49.
The Yellow jackets showed they could also work the boards Harpring with the miss but Dion Glover follows with the slam for a 27 point lead.
Virginia made a 10 to nothing run SUPER=33-Georgia

Tech/105/Virginia/86/;at the 10 minute mark of the second half but Georgia Tech holds on for the 105 to 86 win.
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S-Hokies


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#TB98-1
GRAPHIC=Tech Hoops


Virginia Tech made a run late in the second half but Xavier would hold on and beat the Hokies 74 to 63 at the Cassell this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Atlantic 10 Network; :


Xavier head coach Skip Rosser knew his team would have a tough time with the Hokies in Blacksburg.
Lenny Williams pulls up and hits this three pointer and the Musketeers would trail the Hokies 10 to 8.
Tech's Jenis Grindstaff takes off to the hoop and scores the easy layup but the Hokies trailed 39 to 32 at the half.
The Musketeers rallied in the second half James Posey takes it inside for the layup to make it 46 to 39 Xavier.
But Rolan Roberts, who was in foul trouble for most of the game, Hits this three pointer cutting the lead to 2, 46 to 44.
Xavier upped that lead to 6 with SUPER=33-Xavier/74/Virginia

Tech/63/;four straight points and the Musketeers hold on to beat the Hokies 74 to 63.
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S-Race


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-38
GRAPHIC=Daytona Logo


The Busch Grand National season kicked off today in Daytona in a wild race that ended with Joe Nemechek taking the checkered flag winning the Napa Auto Parts 300.
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SUPER=03-Daytona, FL/CBS SPORTS; :


Dale Earnhardt junior was one of several drivers to take a wild ride today he gets hit in the rear by Dick Trickle in a group of cars and he goes airborne before the car landed on its wheels in the infield grass. Earnhardt was not injured in the wreck.
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((DALE EARNHARDT, JR/3 CHEVROLET: ))
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Nemechek was able to stay out of trouble because he was up front for most of the race. Nemechek led 106 of 120 laps and the victory is his sixth as a driver in the Busch Series.
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((JOE NEMECHEK/NAPA AUTO PARTS 300 WINNER: ))
SUPER=01-Joe Nemechek/NAPA Auto Parts 300 Winner; :
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Jeff Purvis was second followed by Mark Martin, Buckshot Jones and Randy LaJoie.

S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# S8-2
GRAPHIC=Tech logo


This week we've introduced to two former Franklin County baseball stars making their mark at Virginia Tech.
Sophomore Gray Hodges is the third Eagle rounding the bases for the Hokies.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Hodges started 34 games in centerfield for Tech as a freshman.
He was second on the team in stolen bases with 13.
Coaches say he has a great arm and has the speed to catch fly balls others can't reach.
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((GRAY HODGES/TECH CENTERFIELDER: MY ROLE ON THE TEAM IS GOING TO BE ABLE TO GET ON BASE, SCORE RUNS WREAK HAVOC ON THE BASE PATH AND TO PLAY GOOD DEFENSE. I PLAY CENTERFIELD MOST OF THE TIME AND DEFENSE UP THE MIDDLE IS GOING TO BE KEY TO OUR SUCCESS.))
SUPER=01-Gray Hodges/Tech Centerfielder;
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OUT Q=to our success
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S-NFL


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
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Vinny Testaverde's future with the Baltimore Ravens is hanging in limbo.
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SUPER=04-NFL; :


The Indianapolis Colts traded quarterback Jim Harbaugh to Baltimore today for two draft choices.
Harbaugh was a four year starter for the colts and he led the team to the 1995 A-F-C championship game. The Colts received Baltimore's third and fourth round draft picks.
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Meantime, Jim Kelly will stay retired. Kelly has talked with the Ravens for the past several weeks but today he said he's no longer interested because he wans to spend more time with his son, who suffers from a neurological disorder.

S-Olympics


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S8-3
GRAPHIC=NONE
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SUPER=03-Nagano, Japan/CBS SPORTS; :


The United States hockey team will take a one and one record into its game against Canada.
Chris Chelios and Pat LaFontaine each scored power play goals as the Americans beat Belarus by a score of 5 to 2.
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Canada knocked off Sweden for a 2 and 0 Record. The Match up will take place Monday morning U-S time. Wx-Tape
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Promo


ANCHOR=Eric
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Tonight on News 7 at 11 we'll introduce you to a husband and wife--
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who make a living out of fixing broken hearts.
They're going on 27 years of marriage and they've got tips on how they manage to stay together.
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That story as well as more news, weather and sports is coming up on News-7 at eleven.
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