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Coming up on News 7-
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Ken Starr's report about President Clinton could go public tomorrow.
The Northwest Airlines strike comes to an end.
And there are new developments in Habitat for Humanity's negotiations with the city of Roanoke.
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News 7 is next.

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The public may gets its first look at Kenneth Starr's report tomorrow.
Tonight, some committee members in the House voted to release it.
But, tomorrow, all members of the House will get a chance to vote on the issue.
Meanwhile, there are reports that Starr outlines a "pattern of lies" regarding the President's behavior-- and spells out some detailed evidence that prosecutors believe will show the President is guilty of perjury, obstruction of justice, witness tampering and abuse of power.
Jonathan Freed has the latest now from Washington.
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A Radford grand jury today indicted a former teacher and principal for allegedly having sex with one of her students.
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The woman worked at the Three Angles Christian School, run by the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
The seven indictments allege Cynthia Carroll had sex numerous times with one of her male students.
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The young man, who's now 20- years old, says the five year relationship began when he was 14.
Detective Mike Cox says he began looking into the allegations after the alleged victim came to police, several months ago.
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The alleged victim has already filed a civil suit against Carroll-- who's no longer employed at the school.
Carroll left the Radford school last year for a job in Petersburg.
Detective Cox says she resigned from that position after the allegations were brought forward.

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More than 30 people are under arrest in Giles County tonight, charged with possession and distribution of illegal drugs.
The arrests follow a nine-month undercover investigation involving state, county and local officers. The sheriff's department tells us one of those buys was made by a uniformed officer while on duty. The suspect told police today he thought he was doing the officer "a favor".

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Police are still searching for suspects in a shooting last night that left a Lynchburg man seriously injured.
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Around 11, police responded to the Shalom (shuh-LOAM) apartments on Federal Street where neighbors say several shots had been fired.
That's where they found 26- year- old Carlos Montez Webb lying on the sidewalk.. he'd been shot once in the head.
Webb is in the neurological intensive care unit at Lynchburg General Hospital.
Police are still tracking down leads and have made "no" arrests.
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The strike that has hampered air traffic in the Midwest looks like it's over.
Northwest Airlines and its striking pilots announced a deal tonight.
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But not before President Clinton broke the news on the White House lawn.
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((PRESIDENT CLINTON: THIS IS GOOD NEWS FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. THIS IS AN INDICATION THAT THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING PROCESS, IF ENTERED INTO IN GOOD FAITH, CAN ACTUALLY WORK IN A WAY THAT BENEFITS EVERYBODY.))
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The strike had grounded planes for 13-days.
They could be back in the air this weekend.
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Wall Street had a hard time dealing with other news the president is making.
Growing fears about how his political crisis could hurt the country sent the Dow spiraling south.
It lost about 250-points today -- that's three percent of its value.
The drop erased what was left of Monday's record 380-point gain.
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Russian President Boris Yeltsin has a new pick for prime minister.
It's former communist Yevgeny Primakov, who's expected to win confirmation in the Russian parliament.
Yeltsin's first choice for prime minister was rejected twice.
Russians hope Primakov's appointment will bring back order to a governemnt that has fallen into chaos.
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Habitat for Humanity is moving forward with plans to build its next housing development.
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The group met tonight with a largely receptive crowd in Villa Heights.
That's where Habitat plans to put three new houses.
Habitat scheduled the meeting to answer any concerns from people who live in the neighborhood.
Most seemed willing to welcome the Habitat homes.
Their only concern is the site -- at Massachusetts and Aspen streets...
Where some neighbors say building more homes could lead to an already bad flooding problem.
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Meanwhile, there have been some developments in the West View Terrace controversy.
That's where Habitat had planned to build 32-houses...
Until people who live nearby protested, saying the homes would bring down property values across the entire neighborhood.
At a press conference tomorrow morning, the city will announce a deal to buy the land from Habitat.
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News-7 has learned the city will pay 352-thousand dollars for the West View Terrace property.
The city also will announce it is willing to use money from a block grant to help Habitat build eight homes in the Loudon/Melrose neighborhood in the next year.
Then, over the next three or four years, another 24-houses will go up in that same Northwest neighborhood.
The city's news conference is scheduled for tomorrow morning.
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[Home-Depot]


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Roanoke County residents who oppose construction of a new Home Depot near Cave Spring Corner are pulling together. They're now planning a strategy session Monday night.
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They were caught off guard earlier this week, when the supervisors rezoned property for the commercial development.
Today, Supervisor Harry Nickens said he believes the decision was in the best interests of the entire county. And he says the timing was dictated by parliamentary procedure and a ruling from the county attorney.
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((HARRY NICKENS/VINTON SUPERVISOR: I DID NOT KNOW UNTIL THE COUNTY BOARD MEETING ON SEPTEMBER 8TH, WHEN MR MAHONEY ACTUALLY HANDED US A DOCUMENT DURING THE MEETING THAT IN FACT THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FROM A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE HAD BEEN CLEARED, SO THAT'S WHY THE LATENESS, THAT'S WHY THERE WAS NOT A DISCLOSURE, THAT'S WHY IT WAS NOT ON THE AGENDA OR THE PACKET WHEN IT WAS HANDED TO US AND MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.))
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Officials with Home Depot say they haven't made a final decision on the Cave Spring site, but a spokesman says the company is still very interested in the location.
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Opponents of the project are planning to meet Monday night at the Brambleton Center. They will explore the possibility of hiring an attorney then. [Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey

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Still to come on the newscast--a Covington company announces plans to cut its workforce.
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And, attending VMI has become a family affair for four cadets.
We'll introduce you to them and hear more about their VMI experience when the news continues.
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((Hey Goldberg, Who is next!!
Oh wrong Goldberg! Welcome aboard Scott this is Mike Stevens in the News 7 sports office. There's plenty of girl's hoopla coming up tonight along with some super truck action, and a special night for Galax golfing great Tom McKnight.

Tonight on the Big 7.))
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A Covington manufacturer is cutting 70 percent of its workforce--leaving more than 180 workers without a job.
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Applied Extrusion Technologies is the former Hercules plant in Covington. A-E-T says the positions will be eliminated at its Covington facility over the next six months. A-E-T cites increased competition, and lower demand for the plant's key products.
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Martinsville's financial state may be fine--but that's not the case for its city manager.
He's filed for bankruptcy. [GRAPHIC IN--Pinnacle 1005]
Earl Reynolds Junior has filed for Chapter 13 personal bankruptcy in U-S bankruptcy court.
The filing lists his personal debt between 100- and 500-thousand dollars. [GRAPHIC REVEAL 1006]
His petition lists 22-creditors, including several banks, retail stores, and the I-R-S. [GRAPHIC REVEAL 1007]
Reynolds would not talk on camera-- saying his financial situation is a "personal matter".
He says all of Martinsville's financial obligations are being met.
A creditors' meeting is set for October in federal court in Danville.

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Some of "Virginia's Finest" products will be getting more publicity.
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First Lady Roxane Gilmore kicked off an ad campaign for the "Virginia's Finest" trademark product line today.
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It's supposed to enhance the image of the 10 year old trademark, pointing out that while other states have ONE trademark product, Virginia's got a bounty.
The Virginia's Finest quality stamp was on just 38 products in 1989.
More than 500 are licensed today.
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Still ahead-- Mike Stevens will be here in a few minutes with highlights from ladies' basketball.
And, Robin Reed will have your extended weather forecast when the news continues.

[VMI-Mormons]


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Five kids in college at the same time.
As unusual as that may be, Keith Humphry found an angle to this story that's truly remarkable.
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((The Clark brothers are cadets at Virginia Military Institute... four of them.
And yet this is just a small squad out of a whole brigade of Clarks.
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((HE'S #7. I'M EIGHT. JORDAN'S NINE. STILLMAN IS #12. ))

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And they're not just marking time here at V-M-I.
Ezra Clark is the First Captain, sort of like Senior Class President. DALLAS Clark is VICE President of the Class of '99.
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Jordan Clark is captain of the football team.
He's the one who started this family tradition. Coach Bill Stewart recruited him.
It was just natural that Ezra and Dallas would follow.
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((MANY TIMES WE HAVEN'T HAD A LOT OF CLOSE FRIENDS, BECAUSE WE'VE BEEN FRIENDS. THAT'S WHO WE'VE HUNG OUT WITH IS EACH OTHER. SO THAT'S A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE TO HAVE YOUR CLOSEST FRIEND BE YOUR BROTHER. )) [RUNS10]
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((IT'S A LOT OF PRESSURE. I GET A LOT MORE HARASSMENT FROM THE UPPERCLASSMEN BECAUSE I AM A CLARK BROTHER. EXPECTATIONS ARE HIGH, BUT IT ALSO HAS IT'S ADVANTAGES, BECAUSE A FEW PEOPLE LOOK OUT FOR ME.)) [RUNS11]
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...including a sister at Southern Virginia.
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She worries about brother Stillman straining on the "Rat Line."
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((I DON'T WANT HIS POSITION, THAT'S FOR SURE. I DON'T WANT TO BE WHERE HE IS. You have no interest in attending VMI? NO. None of your sisters does? NO. I'VE HEARD TOO MANY STORIES.)) [RUNS08]
Eliza, Stillman, Jordan, Dallas and Ezra are five of 14 children- -eight girls and six boys all told- -the immediately family of Max and Donna Clark of Salt Lake City, Utah.
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((Why and how did you ever wind up having 14 children? A CHILDHOOD DREAM. Really? UH HUH. You always wanted a big family? ALWAYS. This big? THIS BIG.)) [RUNS12]
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Members of this family are devoted to one another.
As members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints- -Mormons- -they've had discipline and service to others instilled in them.
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((I GIVE ALL THE CREDIT TO MY MOTHER. SHE'S A SUPER WOMAN. She must be. YES, MOST DEFINITELY.)) [RUNS05]
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((I WOULD AGREE THE BEST LESSONS I HAVE LEARNED HAVE COME WITHIN THE WALLS OF THE HOME... DEFINITELY NOT IN THE CLASSROOM.)) [RUNS05]
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There's one more back home- -Lincoln, a high school Junior- -who hopes to attend V-M-I.
Keith Humphry, NEWS 7.))








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But first in tonight's Extra Point, fans in Cincinnati were hoping to see Mark McGwire hit number 63.
Instead they saw him tie the National League record for walks in a season.
He now has 152 after going 0-for-3 with two walks tonight.
Now let's see if the Cards beat the Reds.
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High school girls basketball action heated up all over the valley and beyond last night. Lets get started with defending state champion William Byrd and Jefferson Forest.
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The Lady Terriers welcomed their Seminole District friends to Vinton,
But dawn Coleman and her Lady Cavaliers did not get the royal treatment by the hosts.
Lady Terrier guard Andrea Gay shows her athleticism on the strong drive and hoop late in the second half.
Byrd can also hurt you from the perimeter. dawn Chewning snaps the nylon from the left side 40-12 Lady Terrier.
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he nice shot.
But The lady Terriers were just too deep as they beat Jefferson Forest 65-25.
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1997 Region IV champion Bassett paid Staunton River a visit last night.
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Lisa Black's 5 and 1 Lady Bengals would get off to a a quick start against Tom Karnes and his Lady Golden Eagles.
Wake Forest bound Heather Miller is averaging 30 points a game and while the River held her to 14 last night, she still managed three quick baskets in the first quarter.
[SUPER=34-Basset/75/Staunton River/29;]Then, Miller gift wraps the assist to Ronda Perkins for the deuce and Basse

tt was out in front 15-2.
Staunton River refused to quit. Marry Gordon dumps it inside to Dee Fox for the bank shot in the paint.
Amber Triplett then buries the bomb and the Lady bengals coast 75-29.
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And in Wythe County last night, Danny Jonas and his Ft. Chiswell Pioneers played host to the Rural Retreat Indians.


The visitors from the Hogoheegee district would play tough inside at times as they the game stayed tight throughout the first half.
Ft. Chiswell would use the home court advantage to get the first quarter lead. But Rural Retreat and head Pat Brewer win this Wythe County war 66-to-64.
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And don't forget coaches and athletic directors call your scores in to 1-800-777-WDBJ. If you don't call the kids suffer.
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The town of Galax is still celebrating Tom McKnight's performance in the United State Amateur Championship.
Roy Stanley and Photographer Greg Moore were inn Galax for Tom McKnight appreciation day.
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Three big night of racing under the lights began last night in Richmond with 36 Craftsman Truck series drivers
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running in the Virginia is For Lovers 200.
Tony Raines made things interesting in the Pennzoil machine as he took a turn for the worse in turn three.
A late caution caused by this spin involving pole sitter Joe Ruttman and Andy Houston with six laps to go bunched up the field.
But Jack Sprague would win the race and take over the points lead from Ron Hornaday who finished 22nd.
Jimmy Hensley was 16th and Stacy Compton 23rd.
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Earlier this afternoon, the Stacy Compton was the biggest winner at the track as he locked up a two year sponsorship extension from R.C. Cola.
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Compton comes into tonight's event with two wins and he's currently fifth in points.
He had a rough practice this morning but he's still hopeful of a good finish tonight.
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Still to come tonight, we'll hear from Clemson head coach Tommy West, and check
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out the week three lineup of games for Friday Football Extra.
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The Hokies head to Death Valley tomorrow to begin final preparations for Saturday shootout with Clemson.
Clemson head coach Tommy West says the game's a toos-up.
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UVa hosts Maryland on Saturday.
Today Anthony Poindexter was named pne pf 44 players under consideration for the Jim Thorpe award, which is given annually to the top defensive back in the nation.

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Week number three of the high school season features some top flight traditional and regional matchups.
Here's where the Friday Footbal Extra will be hanging out tonight.
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And finally tonight the Ferrum field hockey team beat Randolph Macon Woman's College 2-to-1 today. The Panthers have a dozen players. It takes 11 to play the game. Congrats to them. It's Ferrum's first ever win in its first year in the sport.