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A pyramid of beer kegs stacked up outside a frat house in Blacksburg- -21 of them- -available to students for a fee.
We'll be talking about underage drinking on NEWS 7 at SIX tonight.
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And they run the gamut from Subway to Hunter's Grille. All share the goal of helping you eat right downtown.

Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Tonight in sports, Steve Mason has more on Curtis Staples home finale at UVa, plus its time for the regionals to begin for a number of area teams
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including the Cave Spring Knights, who are in the regionals for the first time in nearly a quarter of a century.
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Winds will eventually die down later tonight and will be replaced by a very mild forecast. More on that and our WeatherSchool question coming up. open
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Youth-Drinking


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-98
GRAPHIC=Alcohol Abuse


Mindy Somers fell to her death from her dorm window last year.
She'd been at a party with friends where beer flowed from numerous kegs.
Some folks are saying authorities may never prosecute those who supplied the Virginia Tech sophomore with alcohol.
Teresa Hamilton has the latest.
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Many college students recognize this house on Houston street in Blacksburg for its steady supply of beer on Thursday nights.
On several occasions-- NEWS 7 sent an underage newsroom intern inside where she was offered beer for three dollars.
This student living at the house didn't want to comment.
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((NOT A CHANCE. NOT A CHANCE, I'VE GOT HOMEWORK TO DO. ))
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This is the same house where Mindy Somers' car was found November first.
That's the same day the 18- year old sophomore, still wearing her camouflage Halloween costume, fell out her dorm window to her death.
Somers' blood alcohol content: nearly three times the legal limit. (( TAKE SU
Although her car was found on Houston Street--
Authorities think Somers spent most of the evening partying here at this student filled apartment complex on Clay Street-- less than a block from the Blacksburg P-D.
One witness counted 21- kegs of beer here in the parking lot, stacked in the shape of a pyramid. END SU ))
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NEWS 7 spoke with several students who paid to get into the party-- None would appear on camera.
One even verified he collected money at the entrance way.
The cost: three dollars for women, five for men.
Blacksburg Police Chief Bill Brown says the week after Somers death-- the level of drinking never seemed to slow.
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((BILL BROWN/BLACKSBURG POLICE CHIEF:I GUESS THEY ASSUME OR MAKE THE ASSUMPTION THAT, HEY, I GET AWAY FROM HOME I'M GOING TO ENJOY THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE AND WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE, I GUESS THAT IS PARTYING AND DRINKING AND SO FORTH. ))
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Sources say Mindy Somers also spent time at two other apartments where beer was available.
Last semester-- the apartments were considered an UN-housed fraternity.
For a time, the pictures on the Fraternity Internet home page included shots of Somers.
NEWS 7 tried to reach the students for comment-- but no one was home and the one student we reached by phone did NOT want to talk.
Virginia Tech's Vice President for student affairs says off campus drinking is the school's biggest challenge.
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((LANDRUM CROSS/VP FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS:WHEN WE SURVEY STUDENTS AND ASK THEM WHERE THEY DRINK, THEY NOW, 70 PERCENT OF MORE OF THEM SAY THAT THEY'RE DOING IT OFF CAMPUS. ))
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It's illegal to purchase kegs and then charge for beer-- without an ABC licence.
But so far-- no one, who purchased the kegs on Clay Street, have been charged.
Virginia Tech police have closed their investigation.
And sources say ABC agents-- who're now in charge of the case-- have been able to track down only THREE of the 21 kegs purchased to ONE student.
Without more evidence and witnesses-- sources say-- prosecutors won't agree to proceed with charges.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Blacksburg. ))

Lee-Hall


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jha
TAPE#=98-4
GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech


A Virginia Tech dormitory will not get a name change.
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Lee Hall was named after Claudius Lee, a Tech professor who was allegedly a member of the Ku Klux Klan in the late 1890's. But after researching the history of the K-K-K and Tech, the university administration has decided NOT to rename the dorm.
Speculation suggests that a page in Lee's yearbook dedicated to the KKK was a joke of the time.
Public Relations officer Larry Hincker says the book published in the 1890's was strictly a student publication with no faculty oversight, so no one know if it was true or not.
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((LARRY HINCKER/ VIRGINIA TECH PUBLIC RELATIONS: NO ONE KNOWS, THAT'S THE PROBLEM. THAT'S ONE OF THE REASONS THE PRESIDENT WANTED TO DO SOME RESEARCH INTO THIS)) ((PETER WALLENSTEIN/ HISTORY PROFESSOR: WHAT A 102 YEAR OLD YEARBOOK SAYS OR THE NAME OF A BUILDING, NEITHER OF THEM ARE AS IMPORTANT AS WHAT DO YOU DO... WHERE DOES THE SCHOOL WANT TO GO,)) ((DWIGHT VICK/ VIRGINIA TECH SENIOR: THERE IS A LOT OF POSITIVITY GOING ON WITH WHITES AND BLACKS STUDENTS HERE...IT'S TOO MUCH POSITIVITY TO BE THINKING ABOUT SOMETHING NEGATIVE LIKE THAT))
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University officials say they hope the community will look to the future of the school and let the past stay in history.
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Composite-Index


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#98-7
GRAPHIC=Session 98


Lawmakers in the House of Delegates are playing chicken over tax cuts.
Today, both sides issued a "put up or shut up" challenge.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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(( There's one quick way to get the attention of rural lawmakers: talk about the composite index that gives their schools more state funding than rich localities get.
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((DEL. JAY O'BRIEN: PERHAPS WE MAY CONSIDER ELIMINATING THE COMPOSITE INDEX ENTIRELY AS A WAY OF TRYING TO HONE IN ON THESE TWO ISSUES: OF FAIRNESS AND EDUCATION FUNDING.))
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((DEL. JACK REID/R-HENRICO CO.: WHY NOT REVIEW THE COMPOSITE INDEX? WHY NOT REEVALUATE WHETHER FAIRNESS DEMANDS THAT FUNDING BE DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR.))
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SOT 12:36:47 roxane

((DEL. BUD PHILLIPS/D-CASTLEWOOD: HELL NO, WE'RE NOT GONNA STAND UP FOR THIS. AND IT MAKES ME MAD TO THINK THAT SOMEBODY, MAYBE THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE, WOULD SEND THIS MESSAGE DOWN TO THIS FLOOR THAT WE'RE GONNA SEND SCHOOL KIDS HOSTAGE TO THE CAR TAX. WE WILL NEVER ALLOW THAT TO HAPPEN.))
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The Democrats view it as a threat.
Vote for a car tax cut or we'll tinker with the school funding formula.
The Governor didn't stop to talk.
His spokesman says he knows nothing of any plans to change the funding formula.
But the Democrats have their own threat.
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((DEL. TOM JACKSON/D-HILLSVILLE: WE HAVE TO GOT SEE PROGRESS MADE IN THE AREA OF FOOD TAX AND/OR SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION IN ORDER FOR US TO GO HOME. AND IF IT MEANS WE NEED TO STAY DOWN HERE A LITTLE BIT LONGER, THEN REST ASSURED THAT OUR CAUCSU IS PREPARED TO DO THAT.))
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The session's scheduled to end March 14th.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, RIchmond.))
Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Keith
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If you're looking for a place to go out and have a healthy dinner, stay tuned. We'll tell you about new efforts to help diners find a good meal that's also good for them,
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and we'll tell you why a Roanoke company is one of the biggest rebels in the recording industry.
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Stolen-Checks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
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South Boston police arrested two men Saturday after they tried to cash some stolen payroll checks.
The suspects are Jerry Miller and Brad Coles, both of South Boston.
A bank alerted police that the two men tried to cash one of the checks taken from Debbie's Staffing Services.
Suspect Brad Coles is also charged with possession of cocaine, after police found drugs and paraphernalia in his car.

Bestpitch


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#=97-95
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Seal


Another candidate is in the race for one of three Roanoke City Council seats up for election this year.
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Bill Bestpitch gathered supporters in his Southwest Roanoke living room for the official announcement this afternoon.
He painted a picture of a city government out of touch with it's people.
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((BILL BESTPITCH/CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE; LAST FALL I ATTENDED 11 DIFFERENT NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MEETINGS, AT TEN OF THOSE 11 MEETINGS, NO MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL WERE PRESENT. OVER AND OVER AGAIN I HEARD PEOPLE COMPLAINING THAT THEY NEVER SAW CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS EXCEPT AT ELECTION TIME.))
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Bestpitch also took aim at the City's retirement plan for employees and elected officials.
He says if elected, he'll move to eliminate pensions for city council members, and restrict employees to only one retirement benefit other than social security.
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Dodson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#=98-5
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg


He's been a Democratic party activist for years, but now he's running for Lynchburg city council as an INDEPENDENT.
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Businessman Bert Dodson says that's because voters don't want partisan politics in a local election.
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BERT DODSON/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL CANDIDATE: IF YOU RUN AS A DEMOCRAT OR IF YOU RUN AS AN INDEPENDENT, YOU ARE BEHOLDEN TO THE PARTY'S THAT YOUR RUN ON THEIR PLATFORM. RUN AS AN INDEPENDENT AND YOU CAN CREATE YOUR OWN ORGANIZATION, YOUR STRUCTURE, YOU DO YOUR OWN FUNDRAISING, YOU ARE AN INDEPENDENT.
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Lynchburg Republicans will nominate their slate of candidates on Saturday.
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Eating-Right


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#=97-99
GRAPHIC=None


It's a campaign to give you a healthy option when you're dining downtown.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Five restaurants together with Downtown Roanoke Incorporated and Carilion Health Systems kicked off the "Eating Right" program today.
Chefs from Awful Arthur's, 3-0-9 First Street, Primavera, Hunter's Grille and Subway were on hand to show off their new, healthy menu items.
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((MARY WALKER/CARILION: FOR THE AVERAGE PERSON IT MEANS YOU CAN COME TO A RESTAURANT, EAT A NUTRITIOUS MEAN THAT IS EITHER LOW IN FAT OR SENSIBLE ... IT WILL EASILY FIT INTO YOUR HEALTHFUL DIET.))
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Dieters should beware: The food is low in fat, but not calories.
So you still need to watch your intake.
Downtown Roanoke Incorporated said the healthy-eating program should encourage more diners to visit downtown restaurants.
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Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE


Profit takers pushed the stock market lower today. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
The DOW fell 40 points to close at 83-hundred-70.
Nasdaq lost 13 points.
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2-Bluegrass


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#98-10
GRAPHIC=Bluegrass spotlight


Last year, the Doobie Shea Recording Studio in Franklin County, was up for a Grammy.
This year, it's Roanoke-based Rebel Records. TAKE BLUEGRASS GRAPHIC FULL
Tonight, Joe Dashiell spotlights the bluegrass label, and one of the bands that has recorded with Rebel for almost 20 years.
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((You wouldn't know it by looking, but tucked away in a Roanoke industrial park is the country's oldest bluegrass record label, and one of the largest distributors of bluegrass recordings. NAT SOUND IN WAREHOUSE
Rebel Records' catalog reads like a who's who, and two recent projects from fiddler Richard Greene and Bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley are competing this year for a Grammy Award.
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((DAVE FREEMAN/REBEL RECORDS: JUST ABOUT EVERYBODY IN BLUEGRASS MUSIC, ARTISTS- WISE, HAVE AT ONE TIME OR ANOTHER BEEN ON ONE OF OUR LABELS, OR WORKED WITH THE GROUPS THAT WE RECORDED, SO THAT'S ONE OF THE BIGGEST PLEASURES OF THE THING IS GETTING TO KNOW THE PEOPLE.)) RUNS:16
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The group Lost & Found was the first act that Dave Freeman signed after he purchased the label ... NAT SOUND OF BAND
Seventeen recordings later, their association survives.
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Today, Bluegrass is riding high. Radio airplay and sales of bluegrass recordings are on the upswing... and so is the quality of the music.
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((DAVE FREEMAN/REBEL RECORDS: NOW THERE'S A CROP OF NEW SONGWRITERS...)) ((THAT ARE DOING STUFF THAT'S REALLY WORTHY, AND IT'S BEING PICKED UP BY MAJOR COUNTRY ARTISTS TOO. SO THERE'S A LOT MORE RESPECT, JUST IN THE LAST TWO OR THREE YEARS. YOU CAN SEE A TERRIFIC AMOUNT MORE RESPECT IN THE MUSIC FIELD IN GENERAL FOR BLUEGRASS.)) RUNS:19
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That's also gratifying to a band from western Virginia celebrating its 25th anniversary... and looking forward to recording sessions and concerts still ahead.
SOT ALLEN MILLS
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((ALLEN MILLS/LOST & FOUND: AS LONG AS THE BOYS WILL LET ME GET IN THE BUS, I'M GOING TO BE THE FIRST ONE IN AND THE LAST ONE OUT. )) RUNS:05
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Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Coming up tonight in sports, regional tournament action for many high schools tipsoff tonight, a not so mighty mouse hits the court out West.
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And Curtis Staples hits the court at University Hall for the final time tonight as a Virginia Cavalier.
Steve Mason with part two of his series on Staples coming up in a moment.
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S-Staples


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VB98-1
GRAPHIC=UVa hoops


Tonight Virginia plays Maryland in the final home game of the season for the cavaliers.
It marks Curtis Staples last appearance in Univerity Hall. Steve Mason completes a two day series with the UVa senior.
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((Despite a 10 and 16 season; suffering through the school's longest losing streak since 1974, court problems that involve making bail instead of being benched; Curtis Staples stands behind coach Jeff Jones in the same manner he steps behind the three point line; with tremendous confidence. ((:))
Staples has been one positive in a season full of negatives for Jones. In one year his cavaliers have gone from 18 wins to 16 losses; with atleast three games still to play. But the growth and improvement of young men is not always measured by wins and losses. ((:))
Staples is perhaps the coaches most successful ambassador. His on and off the court skills will hopefully take him to the NBA; where Curtis has watched former teammates excel. ((:)) ((
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S-Cave


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=BB98-1
GRAPHIC=Tourney time


The Cave Spring boys basketball team plays Halifax tonight in the Knights return to the Regionals for the first time in 22 years.
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The Knights surpassed most expectations by winning the schools first ever district tournament championship. Tonight; they host Halifax in the Northwest region first round.
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((BILLY HICKS/CAVE SPRING HEAD COACH:))
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Halifax has athletes and quickness similar to Fleming and the Knights are expecting a war.
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S-Tourney


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=TOURNEY TIME


The Knights are playing a doubleheader with the girls' team that is also in the regional again this year.
Quarterfinal regional action is spread out tonight from Danville to Buena Vista and point in between.
We'll have highlights of five high school game tonight at 11,
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plus highlights from the Lady Hokies opening round Atlantic 10 tournament game with Fordham at the Cassell.

S-Express


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ICE98-2
GRAPHIC=EXPRESS/JOHNSTOWN


The Express is home tonight getting ready to face off with Johnstown in the Aerosmith make-up game.
The faceoff tonight is set for 7.
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It will be the first game out for Chris Lipsett, after being named ECHL player of the week for tallying five goals and 2 assists last week.
One more reminder for you that it is pack the Car night. Your whole car load of folks gets in for $18 bucks.
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S-Nascar


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-38
GRAPHIC=NASCAR


The Winston Cup stars are heading out West this week for their first run on the brand new Las Vegas track.
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Now we told you back on January 9th that Rusty Wallace will be driving a special Elvis Presley decorated Ford for the race with Miller taking a significantly smaller spot on the Taurus.
But also look out for Ernie Irvan. A Las Vegas illusionist will magically transform his Skittles car into the M&M Pontiac for the race.
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S-Mice


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S8-2
GRAPHIC=NONE
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And finally, some nights we roll the dice and never know what will come up in sports.
Check out the floor at last night's Utah-UNLV game.
While these two guys were battling in the post someone threw a dead mouse onto the floor right at their feet.
Amazingly they didn't step on it and finally the game was stopped.
Utah squeaked out a 79-to-68.
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