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ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
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Up next on News 7 at Six, The father of a man who killed himself during a confrontation with police says the officers should have been better prepared.
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And inspectors in Lynchburg want to know why a part of a downtown wall collapsed.
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Sports-head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#SPORTS HEAD
GRAPHIC=NONE


Tonight in sports, Steve Mason has tonight's Roundhouse wrapup pregame report as the Express prepares to take on Wheeling.
We'll also check in with the Tech women as they return home with their A-10 championship trophy.
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And the Tech men's team begins tournament play tomorrow afternoon, but tonight freshman Rolan Roberts was named to the league's all-rookie team.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
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Winter returns...sort of. Flurries and chilly weather ahead. Our next batch of rain will be here Friday. open
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Boty-Shooting


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#=98-14
GRAPHIC=Police shooting


A Florida man says Botetourt sheriff's deputies should be more prepared for confrontation-- if they had been, he says, his son may still be alive.
C.L. Jenkins is here for his son's funeral, but he says he also wants to prevent a similar tragedy from happening again.
Double Boxes=Keith and Tina/Newsroom


Tina Tenret talked to him today.
Eric, C.L. Jenkins is very clear -- he does NOT blame the deputy who shot his son.
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But he says it may not have come to that if the 23-year-old officer in charge had been more experienced.
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(( 28-year-old Brent Jenkins may have been thinking of his two previous D-U-I convictions when he was pulled over on Sunday morning.
The sheriff says when Jenkins failed field sobriety tests -- Deputy Earnest Spiva told him to stay in his truck until backup arrived with a breathalyzer.
Twenty minutes later, Spiva approached the truck -- and Jenkins fired two bullets into the officer's chest.
Spiva was wearing a bulletproof vest and was only bruised.
The medical examiner says seconds later -- Jenkins killed himself, as a second deputy shot him in the head from behind.
Now, Jenkins father says Deputy Spiva should have put Brent in the police car to wait for backup, instead of leaving him alone in his truck.
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((C.L. JENKINS: I TOLD HIM ... THE WAY OUT.))
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Jenkins says deputies made two other mistakes -- not asking Brent if he had a gun, and not having a breathalyzer on hand immediately.
He says his son could have driven off and killed someone while the deputy waited.
But Major Gary Williams says on routine traffic stops-- deputies never ask drivers if they're carrying a gun.
Double Boxes=Eric and Tina


He says they DO often leave drivers alone in their own vehicles while the officer writes a ticket.

Danville-Police


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=chu
TAPE#98-4
GRAPHIC=NONE


A federal judge says her time ran out.
Pam Carter's lawsuit against nearly a dozen Danville police officers has been dismissed.
U-S District Judge Jackson Kiser says Carter took too long to name the officers she accused of falsely arresting her.
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VO-NAT
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She was arrested in 1994 in connection to two grocery store robberies.
In one of those robberies, a Winn Dixie manager was murdered.
The charges against Carter were eventually dropped.
Danville's police chief says the attacks against his department are unwarranted.
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((T. NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: WE FEEL LIKE THERE'S BEEN A CONSPIRACY AGAINST LAW ENFORCEMENT IN GENERAL BY SOME MISGUIDED INDIVIDUALS THAT HAVE BEEN CAUSING US PROBLEMS WITH COMPLAINTS AND LAWSUITS.))
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ANCHOR=Eric
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Carter's lawyer says his client will appeal.
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Wall-Collapse


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#98-13
GRAPHIC=None


No one was hurt, but several cars were crushed when part of a brick wall collapsed this afternoon in downtown Lynchburg.
Now inspectors want to know why.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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SUPER=01-Batt. Chief Walter Bailey/Lynchburg Fire Dept.; 1:03
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(( It took just a few seconds.. witnesses heard a groaning noise, then watched as tons of brick, dust and debris rained down on the 1100 block of Main Street.
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IN Q=We looked back

((CINDY DAWSON/EYEWITNESS: WE LOOKED BACK THROUGH THE SIDE WINDOW ON HIS DRIVER SIDE AND LOOKED THAT WAY, AND BRICKS WAS JUST FALLING, I HEAR A LOUD COLLAPSE.))
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The brick veneer on this old downtown building gave way around 1:30, sending debris flying and crushing seven cars parked next to the building.
Owners who had gone to run errands came back to find their vehicles heavily damaged.
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Standup
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((Authorities say it was very fortunate that no pedestrians or passing motorists were injured by bricks and flying debris. But for a couple of people, including the owner of this van, it was a very close call.))
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Jean Alstad had just parked her car here a few minutes before the wall fell.
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((JEAN ALSTAD/CAR OWNER: I CAME BACK FROM GETTING SOMETHING TO EAT, WENT INSIDE THE BUILDING, AND THEN JUST HEARD THIS...))
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The building is several decades old, and had been recovered with new brick after a fire about twelve years ago.
After getting a birds- eye view of the structure, inspectors determined it was safe.. for the time being.
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((BATT. CHIEF WALTER BAILEY/LYNCHBURG FIRE DEPT.: I'M SURE THE PROPERTY OWNERS ARE GOING TO HAVE TO GET WITH THE ENGINEERS AND MAKE SOME DETERMINATION AS TO WHAT THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE TO DO TO SHORE UP THE BUILDING. IT OBVIOUSLY CANNOT BE LEFT IN THE SHAPE IT IS NOW.))
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The cause of the collapse is still unknown.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))


Parental-Notification


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 98-3
GRAPHIC=Abortion


Virginia's newest abortion law is eight months old-- and on it's third court challenge.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


Parental notification for teenage abortions made it to the full U-S Court of Appeals today.
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((EVEN IF A YOUNG WOMAN PROVES THAT SHE IS...TERMINATE HER PREGNANCY.))
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VO-NAT


But lawyers for the state say the part of Virginia's law that allows teens to go to a judge instead of her parents makes the law looser than the courts have required.
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((IT IS. IT IS MORE GENEROUS FOR HAVING THE BYPASS...DOES NOT REQUIRE IT.))
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TALENT=Eric
SS=HOLD


The appeals court could rule to take the law out of effect for now-- or could rule on its long-term merits.

Brzonkala


ANCHOR=eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#98-2
GRAPHIC=Brzonkala


Christy Brzonkala's never-proven rape allegations against two Virginia Tech football players went before the full U-S Court of Appeals today.
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VO-NAT
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Brzonkala alleges she was gang-raped in 1994.
Her civil lawsuit has two targets.
One is Virginia Tech.
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((DEBORAH BRAKE/BRZONKALA ATTORNEY: SO THE SCHOOL IN THIS CASE HAS CREATED AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE MEN CAN RAPE WOMEN ON CAMPUS WITH NO REPERCUSSIONS WHATSOEVER.))
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((ELYZABETH JOY HOLFORD/VA. TECH SPOKESWOMAN: WE DID NOT DISCRIMINATE OR TREAT HER DIFFERENTLY BECAUSE OF HER GENDER, OR IN ANY OTHER WAY. AND ALSO, THAT THE PROCEEDINGS WERE FAIR. AND THAT THERE WAS NOT A HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT CREATED BY OR MAINTAINED BY VIRGINIA TECH.))
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VO-NAT
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Brzonkala's suit also targets former Tech football player Tony Morrison.
It's based on the 19-94 federal Violence Against Women Act-- which is itself based on an obscure legal foundation: Congress's ability to regulate interstate commerce.
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((JULIE GOLDSCHEID/NOW LEGAL DEFENSE FUND: IT'S PERFECTLY CLEAR, EVEN FROM THIS CASE, THE PRECISE IMPACT ON COMMERCE. SHE WAS FORCED TO DROP OUT OF SCHOOL WE ALL KNOW THE CLOSE LINK BETWEEN EDUCATION AND YOUR ECONOMIC PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE.))
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((MICHAEL ROSMAN/MORRISON ATTORNEY: IF YOU ACCEPT THE ALLEGATIONS OF THE COMPLAINANT, WHICH OF COURSE WE DO NOT, THAT MIGHT BE SO. BUT IT STILL DOESN'T HAVE ANY IMMEDIATE CONNECTION TO INTERSTATE COMMERCE.))
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SS=Hold


The Court of Appeals will rule in several weeks.
Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Eric
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Residents near a railroad crossing say Norfolk Southern is a messy neighbor. We'll have that story in just a minute,
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and things are looking green for area landscapers as a warmer than normal winter is bringing them lots of extra business.
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Body-Found


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#98-8
GRAPHIC=NONE


A man walking his dog last night in Lynchburg came across the body of a city man who apparently had been dead for several days.
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Around 6:30 Monday, police were called to the 62- hundred block of Pawnee Drive.
The body of 33- year- old Russell H. Stevens Junior had been found in thick brush along Blackwater creek.
Police believe Stevens became disoriented on the trail before succumbing to exposure.
They do "not" consider his death suspicious.
An autopsy will be performed tomorrow.
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Hate-Crimes


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#
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Only 40 hate crimes against gays and lesbians were reported in Virginia last year -- down from 55 in 1996.
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VO-NAT
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But Virginians for Justice -- the group that collects the statistics -- says that doesn't mean much.
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IN Q=The reports

((SHIRLEY LESSER/VIRGINIANS FOR JUSTICE: THE REPORTS WE HAVE ARE BARELY THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG IN TERMS OF WHAT'S GOING ON OUT THERE. THAT'S WHY IT'S SO IMPORTANT TO GET REAL TRAINING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT ON HOW TO RECOGNIZE HATE VIOLENCE SO THAT THEY CAN THEN REPORT THE INSTANCES OF HATE CRIMES.))
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


A bill adding sexual orientation- based crimes to Virginia's existing hate crimes law stalled in General Assembly committees again this year.
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Muse


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=jda
TAPE#=98-11
GRAPHIC=Roanoke


A new candidate says Roanoke City Council needs a younger voice.
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VO-NAT
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Computer consultant Chris G. Muse won the endorsement of city republicans for one of three seats that will be filled in May.
He has been active in his neighborhood, leading the clean- up of Day Avenue. And he serves on the board of Old Southwest and other community groups.
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((CHRIS G. MUSE/R- CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: I THINK THERE IS A LACK OF YOUTH AND NEW IDEAS ON COUNCIL. AND I THINK YOUNG PEOPLE IN ROANOKE ARE AFRAID TO GET INTO POLITICS AND IT'S GOT TO START SOMEWHERE. AND SOMEBODY HAS TO STEP FORWARD AND SAY I WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY.))
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Muse's personal history includes a conviction for trespassing in 1986, but he hopes his community service will outweigh the mistakes he made as a younger man.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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Democrats William White , Nelson Harris, and Alvin Hudson, Republican Jack Parrott, and Independent Bill Bestpitch are also running for seats on city council.

Norfolk-Southern


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#=98-9
GRAPHIC=Norfolk Southern


A sloppy cleanup job on the part of Norfolk Southern railroad is making Blue Ridge residents angry.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;


Norfolk Southern recently installed a drainage pipe near the railroad so these ditches would not overflow with rainwater.
But they left their litter behind -- including railroad logs, metal cans and spikes.
Norfolk Southern says it will clean up the mess tomorrow -- and that machines were not available to do the job before.
But families here are already suing Norfolk Southern -- the railroad wants to close this crossing and force residents to drive along a rough narrow dirt road beside the tracks.
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((NOW IT LOOKS LIKE WE'RE GOING TO COURT. SO WE'RE GOING TO FIGHT 'EM. CAUSE WE'RE LANDLOCKED OTHERWISE. I'M TRYING TO FARM, I CAN'T GET NO FARM EQUIPMENT DOWN HERE WITHOUT TEARING IT UP. CAN'T TAKE A VEHICLE DOWN HERE WITHOUT TEARING IT UP. BECAUSE OF THE TRASH AND STUFF THEY LEFT.))
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Norfolk Southern would not comment on camera but says it's unsafe for residents to cross the tracks.
The two parties are scheduled in court on March 19th.
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Stocks


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


Another record setting day on Wall Street today. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
The Dow gained another 34 points to close at 85-hundred-85.
Nasdaq lost a point and a-half.
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Landscaping


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#=97-99
GRAPHIC=NONE


A weather system called "El Nino" has been blamed for destructive storms that ripped across parts of the country.
Around here, El Nino is actually getting some credit.
As Scott Goldberg reports, weird weather has meant big business in for the landscaping industry.
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-- Natsound -- shoveling at 12:59:33 ?
March has barely begun.
And already landscaping companies are breaking ground ...
blowing leaves ...
and clearing the way for what looks like a busy spring.
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((JEFFREY GOAD/LANDSCAPER: RIGHT NOW YOU CAN'T KEEP THE PHONE QUIET AT TIMES. IT'S ALL NIGHT, ALL DAY. ))
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Landscapers like Jeffrey Goad say their business is blooming,
thanks to a mild winter that's given homeowners an early case of spring fever.
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((CHARLOTTE WHITE: THE WEATHER'S REALLY BEEN GREAT FOR THIS AND THE EARLIER THEY GET STARTED, THE LONGER WE'LL HAVE TO ENJOY IT.))
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ROLL INTO PRE PRO
In January and February the average temperature this year was warmer than 49-degrees.
Normally, the first two months average around 45-and-a-half.
So it's been almost 4 degrees warmer than usual. STANDUP
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((SCOTT GOLDBERG/REPORTING: AND THEN THERE'S THAT WEATHER PHENOMENON WE'VE HEARD SO MUCH ABOUT. IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, EL NINO DUMPED RECORD AMOUNTS OF RAIN ON THE ROANOKE VALLEY. THREE TIMES AS MUCH RAIN AS NORMAL.))
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bump/bump/bump
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((JEFFREY GOAD: A TREMENDOUS DROUGHT AND THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN MORE RAIN THAN WE'VE HAD IN A CENTURY.))
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But all of a sudden, Goad has been swamped with business.
And while El Nino makes things tricky for landscapers, it's also making the cash flow.
Scott GOldberg, News-7, Roanoke County.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#SPORTS TEASE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight in sports, Steve Mason checks in with Roundhouse wrapup as the team prepares to take on Wheeling.
A member of the Tech men's team earns all-rookie honors in the A-10.
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And speaking of the A-10 - the Tech women's team returned home this afternoon with their championship trophy in hand.
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S-Women


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=dal
TAPE# TTB98-1
GRAPHIC=Tech Basketball


Coach Bonnie Henrickson says she and the rest of the Lady Hokies didn't need a plane to fly home.
SS=A-10


She and the Atlantic 10 Champion Virginia Tech squad arrived in Roanoke this afternoon.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The women proudly toted the program's first ever tournament trophy off the plane.
It represents how the team has learned to win.
The Lady Hokies came from nine points down at the half to beat U-Mass 66-64 in overtime.
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(( ))
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


The team bus became part of a parade in downtown Blacksburg this afternoon.
Fans cheered as Mayor Hedgepeth presented Bonnie Henrickson with a victory bouquet.
The team finds out Sunday, where it will play in the NC-Double-A tournament.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#BB98-2
GRAPHIC=A-10


The Tech women took care of U-Mass and now it's the men's team that must do the same to stay alive in the postseason.
Tomorrow at two, the Hokies play the Minutemen in the first round of the Atlantic 10 tournament in Philadelphia.
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((BOBBY HUSSEY/VA. TECH HEAD COACH:))
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In one positive for the Hokies tonight - freshman Rolan Roberts who averaged 13 points a 7 rebounds a game this year was named to the postseason all-rookie team today.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=ICE98-2
GRAPHIC=Express/Wheeling


The number one and two teams in the ECHL Northeast division face off tonight at the Round House as the Express take on Wheeling.
SS=Roundhouse rap up


12 games remain in the season and playoffs are approaching. Steve Mason tells us that Roanoke will once again receive little help from above.
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SECONDS!!!
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S-Macon


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#BB98-3
GRAPHIC=ODAC


The ODAC will be well represented as the men's and women's Division Three tournaments open this week.
The Roanoke women play Christopher Newport tomorrow night in the opening round.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Salem/February 23rd; :00


And the Randolph-Macon men play Trinity College of Texas on Thursday night.
The Jackets will be without head coach Hal Nunnally as they were in the ODAC finals.
The veteran coach is scheduled to have double bypass surgery.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=ODAC


Heart problems are nothing new to Nunnally. He's already had 7 angioplast procedures and a triple bypass operation. Wx-Tape
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