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[ANCHOR=Jean]

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Good Evening.
Federal agents are officially linking the bombing of an Alabama abortion clinic
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[SUPER=03-Birmingham, AL;]


with the 1996 bombings in Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta.
Investigators did not mention Eric Robert Rudolph- the fugitive charged with the Birmingham clinic bombing.

The White House releases letters Kathleen Willey sent to President Clinton. We'll have more details coming up at eleven.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


Plus, drug dogs could be coming to a school near you, and tonight some Roanoke residents saw a preview.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


Join us for News 7 at Eleven.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#98-10]
[GRAPHIC=Session 98]


Much has been accomplished-- much remains to be done.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond;]


Just minutes ago at the State Capitol, the General Assembly adopted a new two year budget -- but left the heavy lifting on the car tax and school construction to a special session the Governor must call in the next few weeks.
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((DEL. EARL DICKINSON/D-LOUISA: LET'S NOT OVERLOOK THE MAIN THING: THIS BUDGET DOES NOT CONTAIN MONEY FOR TAX RELIEF AND 110- MILLION FOR TAX RELIEF, BUT THE FRAMEWORK IS THERE TO DO WHAT WE WANT TO DO.))
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[OUT Q=want to do.]
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Mostly what they wanted tonight was to go home-- 28 hours into the longest session on record.
Some final ceremonial business was conducted and then:
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((THE HOUSE IS ADJOURNED SINE DIE. BANG.))
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[OUT Q=bang.]
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[VO-NAT]


Governor Jim Gilmore released a letter to lawmakers after their adjournment.
The letter promises the power of his office behind school construction grants if lawmakers deliver on the car tax cut in a special session he has yet to call.
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[Drug-Dogs]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[WRITER=djo]
[TAPE#=98-20]
[GRAPHIC=eDUCATION]


Parents, Teachers and students at Patrick Henry High School got a first hand glimpse of the Roanoke City school system's newest way to combat drugs.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Drug dogs will be used in random and unannounced searches at four of the city's schools, beginning this spring. Two types of canines will be used-- aggressive trained dogs to search cars and passive trained to screen air space around people and objects.
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[IN Q=AND IF THEY]

((ANNIE HARMON/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS; AND, IF THEY MAKE A HIT, FOR EXAMPLE, YOU HAVE DRUGS ON YOU, THEY WOULD SNIFF THE AIR SPACE AROUND YOU. AND THEN THEY WOULD SIT VERY QUIETLY AROUND YOU, EITHER IN FRONT OF YOU, BEHIND YOU OR BESIDE YOU.))
[SUPER=01-Annie Harmon/Roanoke City Schools;]
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[OUT Q=OR BESIDE YOU.]
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The dogs will be able to detect up to five different narcotics-- marijuana, methamphetamines, heroin, hash and cocaine.
The administration says the legalities of a person search is being determined by the Commonwealth's Attorney's office.
School officials say it's undetermined how rampant drugs are in the system, but estimate there have been as many as 40-possession or distribution cases over the past four years. Patrick Henry, William Fleming, The Governor's School and the Noel C. Taylor Learning Academy will be the pilot sites for the new drug policy.
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[Henson-Reax]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#98-15]
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With the hiring of Mike Berry as its new head football coach, E-C Glass officials are hoping to put the past few tumultuous months behind them.
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[SUPER=@file;]


Former coach Bo Henson made headlines when he claimed he was fired because there weren't enough white players on his team.
School officials denied that, but a citizens' committee is investigating whether race plays a role in the school system's hiring practices and student activities.
E-C Glass Principal Susan Morrison says the team is ready to put the controversy behind them.
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((SUSAN MORRISON/E.C. GLASS PRINCIPAL: THEY WANT TO BE A FAMILY, THEY WANT TO MOVE FORWARD AND THEY'RE READY TO DO THAT. SO I THINK WE'RE READY TO MOVE FORWARD, THE NEW LEADERSHIP, THE NEW CHALLENGE.))
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[OUT Q=the new challenge.]
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Mike Stevens will have more on the new head coach later on in Sports.
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[Hog-Farms]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#98-16]
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Just when you thought it might be over-
...the dispute over industrial hog farms in Pittsylvania County goes on.
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Many people expected a final vote on the intensive livestock ordinance after tonight's public hearing.
But after hearing mixed opinions from the people who spoke, the Pittsylvania County Planning Commission voted 6-to-2 to continue ironing out the wrinkles.
The main sticking point- "setbacks" or the distance farmers must keep their operations from their neighbors.
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[IN Q=Intensive livestock operations]

((((MOLLY HOLMES/BANISTER: IF THIS PROPOSED ORDINANCE IS PASSED, PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY WILL HAVE THE MOST LAX MOST MINIMAL SETBACKS FOR SWINE STRUCTURES IN THIS STATE. SET BACKS FOR SWINE STRUCTURES MUST BE INCREASED TO PROTECT NEIGHBORS.)) ((VERNON MOON/GRETNA: INTENSIVE LIVE STOCK OPERATIONS ARE ONE OF THE FEW AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES WHICH HAVE THE POTENTIAL FOR AN ADEQUATE FAMILY WITH SMALL FARM ACREAGE. WE NEED TO ENCOURAGE THESE OPERATIONS.)) ))
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So many people showed up for tonight's hearing that it had to be moved from the courthouse to the nearby cultural center auditorium.
The Planning Commission now has 60-days to review the ordinance and bring it back for another vote.
It would then go to the Board of Supervisors for final adoption or rejection.
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[Clinton-Intern]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=JJA]
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[There is an anchor tag!]
Republicans claim Democrats are trying to damage Kathleen Willey's credibility.
That after the White House released letters she wrote to the president.
Bill Plante has more from Washington.
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((CLINTON LEAVES PHOTO 0P PRESIDENT CLINTON DIDN'T PAUSE TO TAKE QUESTIONS BUT IF HE HAD, HE WOULD HAVE BEEN ASKED IF THE WHITE HOUSE WAS TRYING TO DAMAGE KATHLEEN WILLEY'S CREDIBILITY. WHY DID HE DIRECT HIS STAFF TO PUBLISH WILLEY'S FRIENDLY LETTERS AND PHONE MESSAGES?

SOT McCURRY

BECAUSE SHE WAS ON IN FRONT OF HOWEVER MANY MILLIONS OF PEOPLE AND THERE WAS SOME DESIRE TO HAVE INFORMATION ON THE PUBLIC RECORD THAT WOULD PLACE IN SOME CONTEXT INFORMATION SO AMERICANS COULD UNDERSTAND THE STORY.
VO: AND - SAY OTHER STAFF MEMBERS - BECAUSE THESE LETTERS, IN WHICH WILLEY DESCRIBES HERSELF AS THE PRESIDENT'S NUMBER ONE FAN AND SIGNS OFF "FONDLY," DON'T SEEM TO BE THE WORK OF SOMEONE WHO IS ANGRY OR ESTRANGED.
VO: WILLEY BUT SOURCES CLOSE TO WILLEY ARGUE THE LETTERS PROVE NOTHING. SHE WENT TO SEE MR. CLINTON BECAUSE SHE WAS DESPERATE FOR A JOB...

SOT WILLEY

I JUST TOLD HIM THAT MY HUSBAND WAS IN FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY, AND THAT THINGS WERE AT A CRISIS POINT...
VO: AND WHEN SHE CAME OUT, KATHLEEN WILLEY STILL NEEDED A JOB, SHE CONTINUED LOBBYING THE PRESIDENT AND THE WHITE HOUSE - WITHOUT SUCCESS.
VO: HILL(LANGUAGE TO COME) CBS NEWS HAS LEARNED THAT IN MEETINGS TODAY ON CAPITOL HILL, REPUBLICANS ARE CRITICIZE MR. CLINTON'S CONDUCT
SEN. ORRIN HATCH: THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A PERSON WHO HAS CRITICISED THIS PRESIDENT WHO THEY HAVENT TRIED TO SMEAR INTO THE GROUND(8)I MEAN THEY HAVE JUST PLAIN ATTACKED EVERYBODY.))
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[SS=Clinton]


Meanwhile a CBS News poll today shows that the majority of females believe Bill Clinton while the majority of males believe Kathleen Willey.
That could be because more males are Republican- more females democrat.


[Bombings]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=JJA]
[TAPE#Net]
[GRAPHIC=NONE]


Federal officials have merged the investigations of three Atlanta Bombings and the blast at an Alabama abortion clinic.
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[SUPER=@file;]


Officials made no mention of Eric Rudolph- the fugitive charged with the Birmingham blast-
Agents hypothesize the same person or people were behind all three Atlanta bombings.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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President Clinton wants to expand Medicare coverage. That story is next.
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and we'll see if Norfolk Southern is getting back on track after yesterday's derailment in Elliston.
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[Boty-Bus]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=eea]
[TAPE#=98-4]
[GRAPHIC=Legal Scales]


A Botetourt County school bus driver and a student who charged each other with assault were ordered to stay out of trouble by a judge today.
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The judge ruled there was enough evidence to convict driver Mary Sue Lester, and a 12 year old student, but he said he would dismiss both charges if there were no future problems.
The charges stemmed from a scuffle over an assigned bus seat.
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[4:10:40] ((MARY SUE LESTER/BUS DRIVER; I'M INNOCENT FROM THE VERY BEGINNING, AND I HAVE RULES SET FORTH BY THE COUNTY AND I'M THERE TO ADMINISTER THE RULES. AND DID THAT...)) [4:12:51] ((JAMES MARTIN/GIRL'S FATHER; AN ADULT KNOWS BETTER THAN TO PUT THEIR HANDS ON A 12 YEAR OLD CHILD AND SHOVE THEM, AND WHEN AN ADULT DOES NOT KNOW BETTER, THAT ADULT SHOULD NOT BE WORKING IN A GOVERNMENT SITUATION WHERE SHE HAS CONTACT OR ACCESS TO CHILDREN.))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The school superintendent says he hasn't been briefed on today's court case yet, and can not comment on it.

[Train-Wreck]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=THa]
[TAPE#98-17]
[GRAPHIC=Train Derailment]


Freight trains are once again a familiar site and SOUND in Elliston.
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(( ))
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Trains began rolling through the Montgomery County community late this afternoon-- less than 24 hours after a train derailed near Route 460 last night.
[SUPER=03-Elliston/Last Night;]


The freight train was pulling about one hundred cars but only a dozen or so actually flipped on their sides.
The cars were carrying lumber, paper products and animal feed.
Today numerous spectators watched as Norfolk Southern and contract crews cleared the debris and repaired the tracks.

Two Norfolk Southern retirees were among the crowd watching.
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((GENE WHITE/NORFOLK SOUTHERN RETIREE:THEY TRY TO GET EVERYTHING OFF THE RAIL AND GET THE LINE BACK IN SHAPE SO THEY CAN RUN THEIR TRAINS THROUGH THEN THEY'LL COME BACK LATER AND PICK THE STUFF UP. ))
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[OUT Q=stuff up.]
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Some of the derailed cars will be repaired-- while others will be sold as scrap.
It could be weeks before Norfolk Southern determines what caused the accident.
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[Medicare]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=JJA]
[TAPE#Net]
[GRAPHIC=Medicare]


President Clinton is putting his voice behind legislation that would expand medicare.
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC;]


He's proposing a plan that would allow Americans between 55 and 64 to buy into Medicare by paying a monthy premium.

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((IT WANT TO SAY THIS IS NOT AN ENTIRELY DISINTERESTED THING IN 2001 I WILL BE 55 AND UNEMPLOYED THROUGH NO FAULT OF MY OWN AND THIS BILL HAS A LOT OF APPEAL TO ME.))
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[OUT Q=of appeal to me." ]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[SS=HOLD]


The White House unveiled a study which show almost a quarter of Americans between 55 and 64- are uninsured or paying for costly individual policies.

[Tobacco]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=JJA]
[TAPE#None]
[GRAPHIC=Tobacco]
An order today from the Minnesota Court of Appeals- Tobacco companies

must release 39 thousand more documents.
Minnesota's Attorney General says today's ruling will unveil Big Tobacco's darkest secrets.


An R-J Reynolds lawyer says tobacco companies will appeal the order.

[VMI]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=KHu]
[TAPE#98-6]
[GRAPHIC=VMI]


A select group of freshman at Virginia Military Institute was picked to talk to the media today about the first co-ed rat line.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington]


They held a panel discussion just 18 hours after it ended.
Because the "rats" knew "breakout" was the end of the eight months of rigorous training and restrictions, many of them were eager to get into the mud.
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((I WAS, BECAUSE I KNEW THAT AFTER WE WENT UP THE HILL THAT WE WERE NOT GOING TO BE RATS ANYMORE, SO I KNEW IT WAS COLD BUT I WAS KIND OF LOOKING FORWARD TO IT. )) ((IT'S THE HARDEST THING I'VE EVER DONE IN MY LIFE. I HOPE IT IS THE HARDEST THING I'LL EVER DO IN MY LIFE. )) ((HOW MANY OF YOUR FRIENDS ARE ACTUALLY GOING TO BE PROUD OF THEIR FRESHMAN YEAR OF COLLEGE? WHAT ARE THEY GOING TO HAVE TO REALLY BE PROUD OF? AND WE DO. WE DEFINITELY HAVE SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF. ))
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[SUPER=01-Angelia Pickett;:15]
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[VO-NAT]


Some of these women may be looking forward to being on the other end of the rat line- administering punishment rather than being on the receiving end.
Rachel Love is not one of them. She says she'd dole out discipline next year only if the rats deserve it.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, it could be an expensive proposition if Lynchburg wants to keep it's minor league baseball team,
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and we'll tell you why the Kennedy family is trying to keep some of it's possesions off the auction block
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
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[TAPE#98-11]
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If Lynchburg is going to keep its minor league baseball team, it may have to cough up more than five million dollars over the next couple of years.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


The city has already set aside THREE million dollars to make the 60-year old City Stadium handicapped accessible.
Team owners today asked city council for another TWO million to add amenities such as skyboxes and one thousand new seats.
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[IN Q=Although our]

((CALVIN FALWELL/HILLCATS PRESIDENT: ALTHOUGH OUR CONTRACT WITH THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES EXPIRES AT THE END OF THE 1998 SEASON, I FEEL CONFIDENT THAT WE CAN EXTEND THIS TO A MULTI- YEAR AGREEMENT IF WE CAN WORK IT OUT WITH THEM.))
[SUPER=01-Calvin Falwell/Hillcats President; :00]
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[OUT Q=out with them.]
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[VO-NAT]


The group trying to renovate the Academy of Music was also looking for money today.
Supporters of that 12-million dollar project are asking for two million dollars in city grants to get their fundraising started.
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[City-Council]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=598-23]
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A group that called for a modified ward system in the city of Roanoke is now weighing in on the May city council election.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Today, members of Citizens for Better Representation held a news conference on the steps of the Municipal Building.
They are supporting independent candidates Bill Bestpitch and Joe Nash.
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[IN Q=In my campaign]

((JOE NASH/CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: IN MY CAMPAIGN, WE ARE TRYING TO SHOW THAT WE ARE GOING TO BE RESPONSIBLE. WE ARE GOING TO BE RESPONSIVE TO THE NEEDS OF THE CITIZENS.)) ((BILL BESTPITCH/CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: MY CAMPAIGN IS ABOUT DEVELOPING THE KIND OF LEADERSHIP IN THE CITY OF ROANOKE THAT GETS MORE CITIZENS INVOLVED, THAT DOESN'T TELL THEM WHAT THEY WANT, BUT FINDS OUT WHAT THEY NEED FROM THEM.))
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[SUPER=01-Bill Bestpitch/City Council Candidate; :09]
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[OUT Q=they need from them.]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[GRAPHIC=HOLD]


There are now seven candidates vying for three seats on city council. In addition to Bestpitch and Nash, the candidates include Democrats Nelson Harris, Alvin Hudson and Bill White, and Republicans Chris Muse and Jack Parrott.

[Kennedy-Auction]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=JJA]
[TAPE#Net]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Kennedy family items are set to go up for bids tomorrow- but not without some controversy.
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[VO-NAT]


The children of the late John F. Kennedy want some of their father's letters returned along with a St. Christopher medal money clip.
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[SOT 20:20:40]
[IN Q=]

((SEN. TED KENNNEDY/D- MASSACHUSETTS: THERE WERE OBVIOULSY PERSONAL PAPERS IN THERE WHICH THE FAMILY WOULD LIKE TO HAVE RETAINED.))
[SUPER=01-Sen. Ted Kennedy/(D) Massachusetts;.]
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[OUT Q=have retained.]
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[VO-NAT]


Three items have already been pulled after the government claimed they were a risk to national security- Three more items will now go the National Archives.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=Mike]
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[VO-NAT eng#]


My man Corey Reed, the Radford University senior guard was named a first team GTE academic All-American yesterday.
Reed led the Highlanders in scoring this season averaging 15 points a game, plus he led the team in the classroom with a 3 point 9 GPA as a chemistry major.
He has made the Dean's list every semester he's been in college.
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[S-Express]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=Mike]
[TAPE#ICE98-2]
[GRAPHIC=EXPRESS/HUNTINGTON]


The Roanoke Express returned home to the Roundhouse last night looking for its 39th win of the season as the team hosted Huntington.
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[VO-NAT eng#]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Blizzard vs. Express; :00]


Head Coach Frank Anzalone was in deep thought before the start of the game.
But the Express would ease his nerves early in the game as J.F. Tremblay passes it inside to Wayne Strachan, his shot is deflected, but Tremblay slides in and finishes the job. 1-to-nothing Roanoke.
Huntington would tie it up with 5:25 left in the first period as Ray Edwards gets his shot by Dave Gagnon to make it 1-all. Gags had a great game though with 34 saves.
The Express would come back and regain the lead with Pete Brearly [SUPER=38-Huntington/2/Roanoke/6;]

slapping in the puck. Roanoke gets win Number 39 with the 6 to 2 win to move closer to clinching the division.
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[S-Anzalone]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=Mike]
[TAPE#S8-2]
[GRAPHIC=NONE]

[WIPE TO ENG!!!!!!!!!!!!]
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[SOT 10:44:31]
[IN Q=WE ARE TRYING]

((WE ARE TRYING TO HAVE SOME FUN GETTING THE BANNER, BUT WHEELING IS NOT MAKING IT ANY FUN. THEY ARE NOT GOING AWAY. SO OBVIOUSLY IT MAY TAKE 42 WINS TO WIN THE DIVISION.))
[SUPER=01-Frank Anzalone/Express Head Coach;]
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[OUT Q=THE DIVISION]
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
[SS=express]


Well, Wheeling was off tonight but the Express did put some distance between itself and Chesapeake as Hampton Roads beat Chesapeake tonight 7-to-1.

[S-Glass]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=Mike]
[TAPE#fb97-5]
[GRAPHIC=BO HENSON]

For the past 19 years Bo Henson has been the head football coach at E.C. Glass high school. Last November he was relieved of that duty.
[SS=E.C. GLASS]


Last night the Hilltoppers' program got its new leader, as Mike Berry was named Bo's replacement.
The Ferrum College graduate, who has been the school's defensive coordinator beat out more than 30 candidates for the job.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="I have a plan...]

((MIKE BERRY/NEW E.C. GLASS HEAD COACH:))
[SUPER=01-Mike Berry/New E.C. Glass Head Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=...E.C. GLASS."]
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[VO-NAT CON'T]
[SUPER=04-Friday Football Extra;]


Berry says he's worked toward achieving this kind of job ever since he came to Glass in 1991, and he's not concerned about replacing Henson.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="Coach Henson...]

((MIKE BERRY:))
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[OUT Q=...OWN FOOTPRINTS."]
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[S-AD]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=Mike]
[TAPE#FB97-3]
[GRAPHIC=GLASS FOOTBALL]


Berry hopes those first few steps are away from the ineligible player problems that plagued the program last season.


Glass athletic director Jay Sales says steps have been taken to hopefully avoid the necessity for forfeitures in the future.
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[SOT 10:11:54]
[IN Q=Certainly if]

((JAY SALES/E.C. GLASS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: CERTAINLY IF CIRCUMSTANCES WERE, THE BALL WAS DROPPED, WE'VE ALL ACKNOWLEDGED THAT AND CERTAINLY WE HAVE A CONTINUING PLAN IN PLACE TO TAKE CARE OF THAT AND HOPEFULLY TO ENSURE THAT IT NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN.))
[SUPER=01-Jay Sales/E.C. Glass Athletic Director; :00]
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[OUT Q=never happens again.]
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[S-Nascar]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=Mike]
[TAPE#R-39]
[GRAPHIC=DARLINGTON]


After a week off, the Winston Cup circuit rolls into Darlington this week for the Transouth 400.
And fans can expect to see yet another rules change.
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[VO-NAT eng#]
[SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC; :00]


NASCAR announced last night that it is again tinkering with the new Ford Taurus.
Starting with this week's race the width of the spoilers on the Ford will be reduced from 57 to 55 inches across.
NASCAR calls this a minor adjustment, but it's clear officials are feeling the heat from the GM teams.
Although Ford has won just one race this season, there were 8 Fords in the top 10 at Atlanta and 13 of the top 15 cars at Vegas were Fords.
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[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=Mike]
[TAPE#SPORTS TEASE]
[GRAPHIC=NONE]


Still to come tonight, more basketball news as we check on the latest Fresno fiasco,
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[VO-NAT eng#]


And talk with Terry Holland a little more about what effect Jeff Jones may have on the UVa program now that his resignation is official.
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[S-Jones]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=Mike]
[TAPE#VB98-1]
[GRAPHIC=JEFF JONES]


The Jeff Jones' detractors around the state knew his departure from UVa wouldn't come without a price.
Jones is getting a $600 thousand dollar severance package in exchange for his resignation.
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And leaves many Virginia fans wondering if such a payout might effect the University's ability to pay the big bucks necessary to bring a big time coach to Virginia.
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Holland also knows his department is not full of NCAA rule breakers. And he's confident the current investigation into possible violations by the men's basketball program will not find any wrongdoing.
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One of UVa's former stars Courtney Alexander is now out at Fresno State, likely wishing he was back in Charlottesville.
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This afternoon, his teammate Avondre Jones was kicked off the Fresno team after he and recruit Kenny Brunner were arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon and grand theft.
Police in Fresno say Jones is accused of pointing a gun at someone in an apartment, poking the victim with a sword and taking $230 dollars in cash and a $500 dollar camera out of the victim's backpack.
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The NCAA's road to the final four continues Thursday night right here on Your Hometown Station.
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[pinnacle thursday]
Coverage begins Thursday night at 7:30 with the pregame show and then the Carolina-Michigan State game tipping off at 7:39.
At 10:25 Thursday night you'll get to see Maryland and Arizona.
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Then Friday night it's Duke and Syracuse in the early game.
And Kentucky UCLA in the late one.
The only place to catch the tournament is right here on WDBJ-7.
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The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is over and the results are much like the last two years.
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Jeff King won his third straight Iditarod today taking more than nine days to travel the 11-hundred miles from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska.
The final 77 miles of the race were especially tough with snow and winds so fierce that King says he could barely see his lead dog.
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