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William Byrd students turn out in support of their principal.
Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX, we'll hear from a student who says Bob Patterson was just taking his responsibility seriously.
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Assessing the fallout of compromise on the car tax cut... and measuring the will of the people on funding for education.[Sports-Head]
[ANCHOR=Mike]


Tonight in sports, we'll tell you who won the gold in women's figure skating today in Nagano, plus Roy Stanley checks in from qualifying at Rockingham
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where Rick Mast stole the show with a blistering run for the pole in the Remington Ford Taurus.
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We continue to battle the clouds in this weekend forecast. Lynchburg looks clearer than Pulaski. Details and WeatherSchool just ahead.

[Abed]


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The jury is out ...in the case of Joe Abbott and his alleged co-conspirators.
At mid-afternoon jurors indicated they would spend a couple of hours reviewing some of the 400 items of evidence- -then made plans to go home at six. They'll be back at nine- o'clock Monday morning to resume deliberations.
Abbott is one of nine men on trial in federal court in Roanoke for the past six weeks. They're accused of spreading fear- -mainly by setting fires- -to maintain a family-run criminal enterprise.

[Grayson-Murder]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[TAPE#98-12]
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A partial palm print found on murder victim Garnett Johnson's checkbook is NOT from either man charged in his killing.
That's according to the latest lab tests on evidence.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Independence/October 8, 1997;]


Emmett Cressell, Junior will stand trial in the high profile case next month.
He and Louis Ceparano, who are white, are accused of burning and beheading Johnson during a late night drinking party last summer.
Testimony from witnesses during a preliminay hearing pointed to race as a motive-- but some of Johnson's family members insist it was not.
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[Roanoke-Ax]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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One man was killed and two others were injured in a two- car accident in Northwest Roanoke this afternoon.
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It happened at the intersection of 19th Street and Hanover Avenue around 2-30 p-m.
Police believe the driver of the silver car, Wayne Lamar Moyer of Roanoke, may have run a stop sign and crashed into the other car.
Authorities say 36-year old Elwood Lewis Preston got out the red car then collapsed and died shortly afterwards.
Moyer and another passenger were injured and taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
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Three people escaped serious injury when their car was broadsided by a tractor trailer in Lynchburg today.
The truck was headed south on Route 29 around 9:30 when its brakes failed near the entrance to Wal- Mart.
The driver tried to swerve but struck a Ford Escort and then a utility pole.
Three people in the Escort suffered minor injuries in the crash.
The truck driver-- 44- year- old Ronnie Olinger of Saltville-- was charged with reckless driving.
Traffic along Route 29 was slowed for several hours as crews worked to repair the signal at the intersection.
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[Byrd-Protest]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=tte]
[TAPE#=98-1]
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Some Roanoke County high school students were up early today, staging a demonstration to defend their principal.


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((nat sound cheering and honking))
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[**Keith on ENG**]
About 70 students lined the driveway to William Byrd High School -- cheering and holding handmade signs pledging their support to the principal.
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Bob Patterson called police after a student kicked a classmate. Police then charged 16-year-old Joseph Grissom with assault and battery. He spent four days in a Lynchburg detention center.
Grissom's parents, and even the girl he kicked, have called for the principal's resignation -- but these students say Patterson was just doing his job.
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((JESSI BECKNER/STUDENT: I REALLY DON'T FEEL HE WAS WRONG. BECAUSE A LOT OF PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY WANT SOMEBODY TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THINGS GOING ON IN THE SCHOOL AND WHEN HE FINALLY DOES, HE'S GETTING CRITICIZED FOR IT. SO WE'RE ALL OUT HERE TO SHOW HIM WE DO SUPPORT HIS DECISION.))
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Patterson was out of town today -- meanwhile, Joseph Grissom is awaiting a March hearing.
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[Mason-Dixon]


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There are NO clear winners tonight at the State Capitol.
According to our latest NEWS 7/Mason-Dixon poll, voters like some of Governor Jim Gilmore's ideas and some espoused by Democrats.
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Our poll shows strong support for Governor Gilmore's 35- million dollar plan to hire 2-thousand teachers.
71- percent of voters favor it.
22- percent are opposed.
Gilmore is against school repair and construction money coming out of the state budget for the first time in 49 years.
But our poll shows 73- percent of the voters support a plan Democrats have put forth to use lottery profits for school building projects.
16- percent oppose that.
Last year, the State Board of Education removed the sex education and elementary school guidance counselor mandates-- allowing local school boards the choice.
Governor Gilmore campaigned in support of that.
But our poll shows 50- percent favor returning to the sex ed mandate, allowing parents to opt out of the class.
39- percent oppose that.
And 59- percent favor overturning the policy on guidance counselors-- instead making them mandatory.
Only 27- percent oppose the state mandate.
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And you can check out the poll results on our homepage, at w-d-b-j 7 dot com.[Car-Tax]


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There's finally a chink in Governor Jim Gilmore's car tax armor... and General Assembly Democrats are ready to exploit it.
Ellen Qualls has the fallout from yesterday's defection by Senate Republicans.
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((GOVERNOR JIM GILMORE: WE'RE VERY PLEASED ABOUT THIS PORTION OF IT BUT WE HAVE MUCH MORE TO DO.))
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He may be pleased -- but with his own party in the Senate handing him a 15- instead of 20-thousand dollar per car cap-- and several conditions on the cut -- Gilmore's lost a battle-- and Democrats know it.
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((DEL. DICK CRANWELL: WE SAID THE COST WAS GROSSLY UNDERESTIMATED AND IT HAD TO BE SCALED BACK. AND I CAN TELL YOU THAT WHAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY WAS A SIGNIFICANT SURGERY.))
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[sot 01:02:26]

((GOVERNOR JIM GILMORE: NOW IT'S TIME FOR THE HOUSE TO STEP UP TO THE PLATE, PASS A CAR TAX CUT, AND WE'RE GONNA CONTINUE TO ENHANCE IT FOR THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA.))
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Gilmore needs at least Republican Senator John Chichester's plan approved.
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((DEL. DICK CRANWELL: YOU KNOW I WOULD NEVER TELL YOU HOW I WAS GONNA VOTE ON A SENATE BILL BECAUSE IF I DID THEN SENATOR CHICHESTER WOULD KNOW THAT THERE'S NO USE TO US HAVE A DIALOGUE.))
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The House has two money committees. Finance will decide on the tax plans.
Appropriations decides how to spend the money.
So the Democrats on Appropriations, with the help of some Republicans, wrote into the spending plan a car tax cut, a food tax cut, AND school construction and repair money.
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The state's handed over school construction money to localities only once in 50 years.
But the idea polls well with voters sick of crumbling schools, and it could be a wedge to deny Jim Gilmore a complete repeal of the car tax.
Ellen Qualls, News 7.[Tease#1]

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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Local workers hold a rally to protest management's hiring practices--or more specifically, the lack of hiring. We'll have that story coming up on News 7 at Six.
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And a donation means some disabled students will get the chance to explore the world of computers.
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In early December, the Celanese plant in Narrows said it would lay off 400 workers -- temporarily.
Some of those employees are still waiting to get their jobs back.
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The workers' union held a rally outside its headquarters today.
Demonstrators said everyone who was laid off should have been recalled within three weeks.
Forty workers have been un-employed for nearly three MONTHS.
Some accused the company of hiring independent contractors to do the work of union members.
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((GARY ROBERTSON/PRESIDENT, UNITE LOCAL 2024: WE HAVE REPEATEDLY AND REPEATEDLY REQUESTED INFORMATION ON THE ISSUE OF CONTRACTORS IN THE PLANT. THE COMPANY HAS FAILED TO PROVIDE THAT INFORMATION TO SUBSTANTIATE THEIR POSITION.))
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The Celanese plant said contractors working there are NOT taking jobs away from the union.
The company said "slow market conditions" are responsible for the prolonged layoffs... and that the company is "always willing to sit down" and discuss grievances with the union.
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[Check-Theft]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#598-7]
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Banks and businesses beware.
You may be asked to cash a stolen payroll check.
The Halifax County Sheriff's Office says some stole 114-payroll checks last night from Debbie's Staffing Services.
And now the sheriff thinks the thief might try to cash in on the stolen money.
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There were three lots of checks in sequential order.
Lot one is check number 260239 through 260255.
Lot two: 260258 through 260344.
And Lot three: 260569 through 260577.
These checks are worth more than 22-thousand dollars.
If you see one of them, you are urged to contact the Halifax County Sheriff's Office.
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Jimmy Allen Flinchum has more to deal with than the shot he took during yesterday's high-speed chase near Christiansburg.
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[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./Yesterday;]


Flinchum was shot once in the head while allegedly pursuing another car along Route 114.
Flinchum's ex-girlfriend and her fiancee, Jimmy Monroe Stanley, were in the other car.
The dispute ended at Stu's Corner Mart where authorities arrested Stanley.
Today Flinchum was released from the hospital and charged with two counts of attempted malicious wounding and reckless driving.
Flinchum's bond was set at 25- thousand dollars.
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[Barksdale]


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Another incumbent says he wants to return to Lynchburg city council this spring.
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Ward Two representative Ed Barksdale announced he'll seek the post again in May.
Barksdale was appointed to replace the late Junius Haskins who died a year ago.
He must be elected to fill out the final two years of the term.
With no apparent Republican opponent in sight, Barksdale hopes for a non- partisan campaign.
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((ED BARKSDALE/CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: I DON'T KNOW IF IT WILL BE AS PARTISAN AS MAYBE SOME PEOPLE ANTICIPATE, AND I WOULD RATHER NOT SEE IT A PARTISAN RACE. I'D RATHER SEE A PEOPLE RACE RATHER THAN A POLITICAL RACE.))
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Barksdale says getting rid of dilapidated housing and the city's trash tag system would be two of his priorities if elected.
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Patrick Henry Community College has a new fundraising campaign--"Investing in the New Millennium"--and so far it's going very well.
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The school has already raised two point one million dollars of its three million dollar goal.
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((AS WE GO INTO THE FUTURE, NO ONE KNOWS WHAT THE STATE SUPPORT IS GOING TO BE OR WHAT THE NEEDS WILL BE, AND SO WE FEEL LIKE THAT GIVES US SECURITY AS WE GO INTO THE NEW MILLENNIUM.))
[SUPER=01-Joe Philpott/PHCC Foundation Chairman]
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[VO NAT]
P-H-C-C is in the top three percent of all community college endowments in the country.
Philpott credits community backing.
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((I'VE BEEN ABSOLUTELY AMAZED AT THE STRONG COMMUNITY SUPPORT. THIS IS AN INSTITUTION THAT THE COMMUNITY RALLIES AROUND, PEOPLE COME HERE FOR MANY MANY ACTIVITIES, FROM TAKING CLASSES TO THEATER TO VARIOUS CULTURAL EVENTS, IT REALLY IS A RALLYING POINT.))
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The college's first endowment campaign raised more than three million dollars in the early 1990's.



[Hospital-Computers]


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Schools in Danville and Pittsylvania County are getting new tools for teaching their special education students.
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The Danville Regional Medical Center is donating a dozen of its old computers.. so students with special needs can better learn visual and auditory skills.
The schools contract occupational therapists from the hospital to work with the kids.
And now they'll have new computers at their disposal.
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((DEANE BUTLER/DANVILLE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: THEY'RE DESIGNED TO WORK ON SHAPES AND COLORS AND MATCHING, ON SEQUENCING. AND DEPENDING ON THE INDIVIDUAL CHILD'S NEEDS, WE CAN PUT THE CORRECT CD ROM IN AND START THEM OUT ON THE LOWEST LEVEL OF THE PROGRAM.))
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The computers have been upgraded with C-D ROM's, sound cards, and remote controls.
They'll be installed in the schools in the next week or two.
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[Sports Tease]


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Coming up tonight in sports, We'll let you know who won the gold in women's figure skating at Nagano.
Plus, Billy King is off to a fast start on the Florida links.
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And we'll have qualifying results from Rockingham for the Cup cars, plus Roy Stanley checks in with pole winner Rick Mast.

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A rule change beginning this weekend at the Rock put smiles across the faces of every Ford Taurus driver at the track today.
Roy Stanley explains why in this report from the North Carolina Motor Speedway.
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As you saw the practice speeds Roy talked about were much different than the qualifying speeds.
In fact, Earnhardt was 38th, Bobby Labonte was 40th, Ernie Irvan 41st and Darrell Waltrip 43rd.
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No one could catch Rick Mast, whose top qualifying speed earned him his first pole in 67 races.
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((RICK MAST/GOODWRENCH 400 POLE WINNER:))
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Billy King is off to a fast start at this week's Senior Tour event, the American Express Invitational in Sarasota, Fl

orida.
King is three under par and in 23rd place after the first round.
He opened today's round with five birdies in the first six holes.

Larry Nelson leads at 9 under.[S-Olympics]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=jkr]
[TAPE#S8-4]
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Now it's off to Nagano for a battle of Olympic proportions at Big Hat.
In the end, it came down to the goalies of the Czech Republic and Canadian Hockey teams.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Nagano;]


Czech goalie Dominik Hasek stopped all five shots in the shootout and the gold medal favored Canadian team is left going for bronze as the Czech Republic beats the Canadians 2-to-1.
Russia eliminated Finland and faces the Czechs for the gold.
Now listen up !!! Close your eyes and plug your ears if you want the results if the women's figure skating to remain a mystery.
C-B-S will show the competition tonight.
But in less than five seconds we're going to hear from the winner of the gold and silver medals.
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[IN Q=WHEN YOU SKATE]

((TARA LIPINSKI/FIGURE SKATING GOLD MEDALIST: WHEN YOU SKATE SO WELL UNDER PRESSURE IT'S JUST THAT FEELING OF RELIEF AND I CAN DO ANYTHING. MICHELLE KWAN/FIGURE SKATING SILVER MEDALIST: THERE'S A LITTLE DISAPPOINTMENT BUT I CAN'T SAY IT'S AWFUL BECAUSE BOTH OF US SKATED AWESOME. MY BEST WASN'T GOOD ENOUGH.))
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[SUPER=01-Michelle Kwan/Figure Skating Silver Medalist; :11]
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The Fifteen year old Lipinski is the youngest gold medal winner in the history of women's figure skating.

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