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[ANCHOR=Keith]

On News 7 tonight:

A two and a half million dollar deal to acquire land for a new Roanoke County High School.
New allegations that drug distributor Javier Cruz threatened to kill his associates while out on bond working for the government.
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[VO-NAT]


And Christopher Reeves returns to U-V-a medical center where he was treated after his crippling fall three years ago.
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[Sports-Head]
[ANCHOR=Mike]


Tonight in sports, Roy Stanley introduces us to Rod Carew's daughter who's platying softball in Salem this weekend, we'll have some afternoon high school district tournament highlights,
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[VO-NAT]


plus, Mark Martin and others will have some very different looking cars this weekend for the Winston.
Qualifying begins tonight.
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The warmest and driest air in quite some time invades the east coast. Looks like it will be around tomorrow as well

.[County-Schools]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Roanoke County has come to terms with the landowner, but not with residents who oppose construction of a high school in their neighborhood.
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County officials had threatened to condemn the scenic 70- acre site on Farmington Drive, but last night they announced that negotiations with landowner Charles Palmer have produced a tentative agreement.
The news was a disappointment to neighbors who oppose the plan to build a high school on the Woods End property.
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The county has agreed to pay two- point- five million dollars for the land. Though that figure is more than the county first estimated, School Board Chairman Bill Irvin says he is confident the high school can be built within the

existing budget.[Vaughn]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=tte]
[TAPE#=98-34]
[GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation]


A Roanoke man already accused of trying to kill two police officers now faces charges of murdering his toddler son.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/April;]


Police say Kelvin Vaughn fatally shot his three-year-old son in March.
[SUPER=04-March; :05]


They also say he fired at officers who tried to intervene.
Vaughn was already charged with attempted capital murder but the commonwealth's attorney waited until the grand jury met today to press the murder charge.
Vaughn's trial is set for July 22nd.

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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[TAPE#=98-31]
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The actor who played Superman in the movies is not giving up hope that he will one day walk again.
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[VO-NAT]
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Christopher Reeve was paralyzed in a horse back riding accident in 1995 in Culpeper.
After the accident Reeve was taken to U-V-A Medical Center and that is where he returned this week.
Reeve has become a national advocate for increased awareness and support of spinal cord injury research.
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((CHRISTOPHER REEVE/ACTOR:THAT'S THE WAR WE HAVE TO WAGE...THE RESULTS WOULD BE ACHIEVED.))
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[OUT Q=be achieved]
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Reeve and a group of surgeons and politicians completed a three day workshop on the future of spinal cord injury treatment.
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[Trigon]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[TAPE#98-42]
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Virginia doctors are duking it out with Trigon over a new policy for eye care referrals.
The Medical Society of Virginia has even asked the State Corporation Commission to look into whether the Trigon Healthkeepers program is actually breaking state law.
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[VO-NAT]
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The policy says primary care doctors must now get a "fourth party" authorization to refer a patient to an opthalmologist -- except in the case of an emergency.
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[IN Q=It's well]

((DR. PAUL KITCHEN/MEDICAL SOCIETY OF VIRGINIA: IT'S WELL WITHIN THEIR JUDGMENT TO MAKE THOSE CALLS. I THINK THAT IS CROSSING THE LINE OF ENTERING INTO THE MEDICAL DECISION-MAKING THAT IS BEST LEFT TO DOCTORS.))
[SOT 15:13:49]

((ELLEN HARRISON/TRIGON HEALTHKEEPERS: WE'RE REALLY LOOKING TO HAVE SKILLED PRACTITIONERS IN THAT PARTICULAR SPECIALTY LOOK AT THE UTILIZATION AND COORDINATE WITH THE PHYSICIANS AND OTHER HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONERS TO MAKE SURE THAT SERVICES ARE DELIVERED IN THE MOST APPROPRIATE SETTING.))
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[SUPER=01-Ellen Harrison/Trigon Healthkeepers; :14]
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[OUT Q=appropriate setting.]
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Trigon is implementing the policy through Carillion in the Roanoke Valley.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Opponents of A-E-P's proposed high voltage powerline have been vocal--but what about those who support the project? We'll hear from some, coming up in a special News 7 report "Power Struggle."
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And the Beanie Baby craze hits home--Bassett Furniture has come up with its own version of the toy.
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[TAPE#98-39]
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Supporters of a proposed high voltage powerline are a well-financed group.
They have the support of A-E-P stockholders, who have spent thousands of dollars on advertising and even helped fund one pro-powerline group. [**DISSOLVE TO FULLSCREEN POWER STRUGGLE**]
Teresa Hamilton has more in the final part of our series "Power Struggle".
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((DENNY PACE/JEFFERSON MILLS EXECUTIVE VP: FROM OUR STANDPOINT THE POWER ISSUE IS VERY IMPORTANT. )) [RUNS:04]
[OUT Q=is very important.]


Denny Pace is Executive Vice President of Jefferson Mills in Pulaski.
The company manufacturers synthetic fiber used in clothing, 24 hours a day, seven days a week--which plays a major role in Paces' stance on the power line.
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[1:13:44]
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[IN Q=We're totally]

((DENNY PACE/JEFFERSON MILLS EXECUTIVE VP: WE'RE TOTALLY DEPENDENT UPON NOT ONLY THE SOURCE OF POWER BUT THE QUALITY OF POWER SINCE MOST OF OUR EQUIPMENT IS RUN FROM COMPUTERS AND INVERTERS. )) [RUNS:09]
[OUT Q=and inverters.]


Pulaski County administrator Joe Morgan also supports A-E-P's contention the power line is needed to avoid potential blackouts.
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((JOE MORGAN/PULASKI CO. ADMINISTRATOR: PULASKI COUNTY IS VERY DEPENDENT ON MANUFACTURING, ALMOST ONE OUT OF EVERY TWO OF OUR FOLKS THAT ARE WORKING ARE WORKING IN MANUFACTURING JOBS. )) [RUNS:09]
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[TAKE SU]
The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors and Jefferson Mills are among the nearly 600 businesses, labor groups and other organizations listed as members of CEER, a pro- power line organization primarily funded by A-E-P stockholders. [END SU]
Over the past 5 and a half years, A-E-P stockholders have paid roughly 320- thousand dollars to CEER-- which stands for the Coalition for Energy and Economic Revitalization.
The group's goal: to supply its members with information not only about the powerline project, but also about upcoming hearings and to encourage them to write letters on behalf of the power company.
The New River Valley Economic Development Alliance used to belong to CEER but changed its position under a new director.
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((STUART GILBERT/NRV ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE EXEC. DIR: THE ALLIANCE HASN'T TAKEN AN OFFICIAL POSITION FOR THE LAST NUMBER OF YEARS. THEIR MAIN CONCERN FROM AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE IS TO MAKE SURE THERE'S A CHEAP, RELIABLE AND ADEQUATE SOURCE OF ELECTRICITY IN THE NEW RIVER VALLEY. )) [RUNS:11]
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A-E-P stockholders also push the company's position through newspaper and television ads.
A company spokesman says the goal of the ads is to provide information to the public.
But the same spokesman declined to say how much was spent during a recent 16- week advertising campaign that got underway in late January.
A-E-P says the greatest amount of money was spent for ads on WDBJ television.
The station's sales department also declined to reveal how much was spent.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7. ))

[Cruz]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[TAPE#98-26]
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New threats of violence were attributed to Javier Cruz in court today.
The Columbian drug informant was not there himself.
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(( IT was a series of sentencing hearings for half a dozen of his distributors- -including his ex-wife.
PAMELA Cruz got probation. She told the judge she stayed with her husband, only because she knew he'd kill her if she left.
Gene Kinsey drove a camper to Phoenix for Cruz. When he refused to drive it back presumably loaded with cocaine, Kinsey says Cruz put a gun between his eyes. [standup 2nd (last) take]
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((THOSE ALLEGATIONS WERE NOT MADE IN 1991. THEY WERE HEARD FOR THE FIRST TIME TODAY. ))
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Kinsey's daughter, Kim Richards, says Cruz threatened to kill her when she pulled out of his drug distribution network.
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((I JUST HOPE JUSTICE COMES FOR HIM THE WAY IT SHOULD, AND JUSTICE RULED TODAY FOR ME. ))
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She got 4 years probation and will have to do some community service.
Shannon Wilson Perry got a similar sentence, though she was also fined 15-hundred dollars.
Her father will have to pull nearly two years in prison and pay a 2-thousand dollar fine.
Gene Kinsey was sentenced to a little more than two years and a 25-hundred dollar fine.))
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
[SS=Legal Scales]


All these defendants- -except Kinsey- -provided "substantial assistance" to the government.
And the judge made a point of saying they were getting off "mighty easy."

Judge James Turk indicated Cruz may not be so lucky when he's sentenced in July. [Beanie-Babies]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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They sold Happy Meals.
Can they sell couches?
Bassett Furniture stores hope a beanie-baby look-alike will be as popular with customers as it is with employees.
Scott Goldberg introduces us to Jeb, Bassett Furniture's new best friend.
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[workers at meeting picking up dogs?]
It's not like every worker NEEDED his or her own Jeb the Bean Hound.
Morale has been pretty high at Bassett Furniture.
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((NORMA HOLLEY: IT'S ALREADY A HAPPY PLACE TO WORK.))
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Well, that workplace got a little happier today.
Thanks to this little beanie-baby wannabe.
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((RENEE FULCHER: THIS IS THE VERY FIRST ONE AND I HOPE I KEEP COLLECTING THEM FROM NOW ON.))
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Jeb is part of a new marketing strategy.
He's a custom designed basset hound who will eventually be used to sell furniture.
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[IN Q=you know]

((SCOTT GOLBERG/REPORTER: YOU KNOW HOW CRAZY PEOPLE CAN GET ABOUT THESE. WHEN MCDONALD'S GAVE AWAY BEANIE BABIES WITH HAPPY MEALS, THEY WERE SO POPULAR, THE STORES RAN OUT OF TOYS BEFORE THE PROMOTION ENDED. AT BASETT, WORKERS HAVE SNATCHED UP SO MANY JEBS THE BEAN HOUND, THERE MAY NOT BE ANY LEFT FOR THE CUSTOMERS.))
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[***BUMP***]
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((JANICE HAMLIN/BASSETT FURNITURE: THEY LOVE THEM. THEY'RE GOING CRAZY. WE CAN'T KEEP THEM IN STOCK. NOW WE'RE CONCERNED WE'RE NOT GOING TO HAVE THEM IN STOCK FOR THE GRAND OPENINGS.))
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Rest assured, there will be a full litter of Jebs around when Bassett opens new stores this year.
And no one will be prouder than Jeb Bassett, the man after whom the Bean Hound was named.
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((JEB BASSETT: I FEEL, UH, PRETTY HONORED.))
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Scott Goldberg, News-7, Bassett.
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Wall Street felt the effects of the continuing unrest in Asia and more warnings of weak corporate profits. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#98-36 **Rolled from StarLink**]
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Crafts, food, entertainment.
You'll find it all at Danville's "Festival in the Park."
[Double Boxes=Keith and Christy/StarLink]


Christy Hubley joins us live amidst all the action.
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(( There are baskets and framed pictures.
There are unique birdhouses and wood crafts.
Vendors come from all over the country to sell their wares at the Festival in the Park.
Judy Hullett made the trip to Danville from Indiana with her stained glass.
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(( )) [RUNS:09]
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There's plenty to do for the whole family.. little ones included.
Parents say hanging out at the festival makes for a great day.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Coming your way tonight in sports, highlights from the afternoon high school softball and track, qualifying for the Winston is set for tonight.
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And Roy Stanley takes us to the NCAA championships in Salem and introduces ut to Rod Carew's daughter the star of Chapman University's team.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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We begin tonight at Green HIll Park where the Three Rivers district is settling its girls softball championship at this hour with Glenvar taking on Floyd County.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Floyd Co. vs. Glenvar; :00]


It was a perfect afternoon for a little title action in the western part of the county as the Lady Buffs looked to avenge two regular season losses to Glenvar.
Floyd would draw first blood in the top of the first as catcher Sara Weeks tries to steal second. A throwing error on the play allows her not only to get that base buy score for a 1-to-nothing lead.
Glenvar tied it up in their half of the first as Renee Anderson connects with the sacrifice fly that gets Elizabeth Wilburn home. It's 1-all.
In the bottom of the fourth, Anderson alertly reacts
[super=34-/Floyd Co./ /Glenvar/ ;]

to a Floyd miscue and races home from third. Glenvar takes the 2-to-1 lead into the fifth. We will have the final score fr you at 11.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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This week's NCAA division three softball championship in Salem feature one of the greatest names in the history of the diamond - Carew.
[GRAPHIC=CAREW]


Stephanie Carew, the middle daughter of former Twins' great Rod Carew is playing first base this week and trying to lead California's Chapman University to the title.
Roy Stanley has more.
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((After two years at U-C-L-A, Stephanie transferred to the division three program and became a perfect fit.)) ((JANET LLOYD/CHAP MAN HEAD COACH:)) ((Rod Care, a Hall of Faber, was one of the most aggressive hitters of his time.
And Stephanie hears the comparisons everywhere she goes.
For instance, the batting stance is similar to her fathers and the little pat on the ground at first base is the same move Rod used in the majors.)) ((STEPHANIE CAREW/CHAPMAN INFIELDER:)) ((At the plate, Stephanie batted 514 in the regular season and she's hitting 496 in tournament play.
And her fielding percentage at first base is point 994.)) ((CAREW:)) ((ROY STANDUP:)) ((Chapman is one of 8 teams playing for the division three national championship at the Moyers's sports complex in Salem.
Roy Stanley News 7 sports.))

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Salem Avalanche returns home tonight to battle Kinston in the first of three games set for the weekend at Salem Memorial.
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The Hillcats are also home. The Northern division leaders take on the top team in the south, Winston Salem.
[graphic=danville]


The Warthogs are just a half game ahead of the Danville 97s who host Wilmington tonight.

[S-Track]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=rst]
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The Three Rivers district Track meet held its one day of competition at Glenvar High school today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :]


125 athletes make up six teams that are competing in 15 events throughout the day.
Giles is the defending girls champion while the Radford Bobcats were the boys champion last year. The Long jump was one of five events that took place in the early part of the competition.
Athletes also vied for district records in the shot put, discus throw the high jump and triple jump.
This years race for the district title should be the closest in four years of the Three Rivers District.
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The Track segment began a few minutes ago we'll have the complete results at 11.[S-Winston]


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The Winston Cup stars return to work tonight in Charlotte as qualifying for the Winston all-star race gets underway at 7:30.
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Many of the participants will be sporting new cars tonight with new paint schemes and new sponsors, among those is Mark Martin with Eagle One.
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