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Up next on News 7 at 11...
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An update on the truck driver critically burned in Thursdays interstate pile-up...
More than a million people evacuate the gulf coast as Hurricane Georges approaches land.
And people in the Florida Keys are cleaning up after the storm... we'll show what George left behind
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News 7 is next.

[Georges]


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More than a million people are evacuating the Gulf Coast as Hurricane Georges heads their way.
Jim Axelrod reports from Alabama.
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[SUPER=01-Robert Schwartz/Restaurant Owner; 1:01]
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((ON ALABAMA'S EMERALD COAST, GEORGES STARTED SENDING UP SIGNALS TODAY, THE PEOPLE HERE COULD BE NEXT. WATCHES AND WARNINGS ARE PART OF LIFE IN GULF SHORES.. ALABAMA. HERE IT TAKES A CERTAIN KIND OF HURRICANE TO RAISE ALARM. A HURRICANE JUST LIKE GEORGE.

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ANDY EDGAR/GULF SHORES/when i see the people who have lived all their lives around here boarding up their houses.. that when i start taking it seriously.
NARR: WHEN THE REGULAR'S AT HAZEL'S DINER START COMPARING A STORM TO HURRICANE FREDERICK.. YOU KNOW IT'S SERIOUS. FREDERICK IN 1979.. DESTROYED GULF SHORES.

SOT/ ROBERT MCCAIN/GULF SHORES

time's measured down here on frederick.. It's before frederic and after frederic.
OC/AXELROD GULF SHORES REBUILT AFTER FREDERICK.. CONDOS AND HOTELS RIGHT UP TO THE WATER'S EDGE. BUT HERE.. LIKE MANY OTHER BOOMING COASTAL TOWNS VULNERABLE DURING HURRICANE SEASON.. THERE IS ALWAYS THE QUESTION.. IS BIGGER.. NECESSARILY BETTER.
NARR: WHAT'S TAKEN TWENTY YEARS TO GO UP.. COULD COME DOWN IN AN INSTANT.

SOT/ROBERT SCHWARTZ/RESTAURANT OWNER

oh boy what are we in for.. well.. i shudder to think about it.. but we are about to find out.
NARR: WITH GEORGES GAINING STRENGTH ... NOBODY IS TAKING CHANCES. HERE THEY DON'T FORGET HISTORY .. AND THEY DON'T WANT TO RELIVE IT. JA CBSN GULF SHORES ALABAMA.))


[Georges-damage]


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People surveying the damaged Georges left behind in the Florida Keys say it could have been worse.
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Many homes and boats were heavily damaged, and debris was everywhere, but there are no reports of anyone being killed there.
And since this was not the peak tourist season in the Keys, the economic damage was not as severe as it might have been at other times of the year.
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[Hurricane-Help]


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But, that's not the situation in many of the Caribbean Islands..where the hurricane was responsible for at least 300 deaths.
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[use file tape from Hurricane Georges - top of 3pm feed..]
A 50-member search and rescue team left Virginia yesterday to help survivors recover from the devastation.
They arrived along the Florida coast.
From there officials will direct them to area's hardest hit.
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[Clinton]


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The battle in Washington turned from impeachment to taxes today.
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The house passed an 80 billion dollar tax cut.
President Clinton immediately promised a veto, and Republicans criticized him for spending too much time campaigning for Democrats.
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((PRESIDENT CLINTON; I KNOW IT'S POPULAR TO CUT TAXES RIGHT HERE BEFORE AN ELECTION, BUT IN THIS CASE IT WOULD BE WRONG. REP. NEWT GINGRICH/SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE; THE CONGRESS IS TRYING TO PASS THE LEGISLATION THAT IS GOOD FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, EVEN AS THE PRESIDENT CRISS CROSSES THE COUNTRY FAILING TO DO HIS JOB AS PRESIDENT.))
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[VO-NAT]


The money for the tax cut would come from the government's projected on point six billion dollar surplus over the next 10 years.
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[Giles-Ax]


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A Giles county man is dead after an accident this morning on state route 730.
18 year old Jonathan Brooks Fullen died after his car ran off the right side of the road and hit an embankment.
Fullen was thrown out of the vehicle and killed.

[I81-Ax]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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The truck driver who was badly burned during Thursday's pile-up on I-81 has been identified.
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State police say John Franklin, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, smashed into eight cars and six trucks after his brakes apparently malfunctioned.
He suffered the worst injuries of all the accident victims.
Franklin was airlifted to the burn center at the University of Virginia, where he's still listed in critical condition.
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[Tease1]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Still ahead--a college prank gets one area student some time behind bars.
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[VO-NAT]


And, women gathered in Roanoke today--in honor of the infants they lost.
We'll explain when the news continues.
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[Lexington]


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A former Sweetbriar College student pled guilty to two counts of assualt and battery for shaving the pubic area of a Washington and Lee student and attempting to shave another one.
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[use file tape 98-31, 1:16:25]
19 year old Jessica Saveall was sentenced to seven days in jail and ordered to perform 80 hours of community service.
Saveall was convicted in June on the same charges and was sentenced to 60 days in jail.
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She appealed her conviction to Circuit Court in the hopes of getting a lighter sentence.
Prosecuters say that it was a college prank that got out of hand.

[Congress-Votes]


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The Senate this week voted to increase flights at four of the nation's busiest airports.
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The bill to add more takeoff and landing slots passed easily--
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92 to 1.
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The only no vote came from Virginia's Chuck Robb; John Warner voted yes.
[take pinnacle board # 1016]


Next door, the House said 90 percent of any federal budget surplus should be put in the bank until a plan to protect Social Security is in place.
[take pinnacle board #1015]


The bill passed 240 to 188.
[take pinnacle board #1014]


Congressman Rick Boucher voted no.
Virgil Goode and Bob Goodlatte voted yes. [take pinnacle board 1017]
And the House rejected an attempt to expand the president's authority to make trade deals.
The final vote was 243 to 180.
Rick Boucher and Virgil Goode voted yes.
Bob Goodlatte voted no.
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[Women's-Walk]


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Southwest Virginia parents paid tribute to babies who die before they ever have a chance to live. It was all part of Lewis-Gale Medical Center's third annual "Walk to Remember", held today in Salem. David Johnson reports.
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((The WALK is dedicated to babies delivered stillborn or who die from miscarriages. Shanna Smith lost her second child two years ago. Her baby was six weeks premature and stillborn.
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((SHANNA SMITH; THAT WAS A VERY DIFFICULT TIME IN MY LIFE FOR ME. MY FAITH IN THE LORD IS WHAT REALLY GOT ME THROUGH.))
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Smith is representative of several women who have suffered a similar loss. They participate in the WALK as a way to begin the healing process and to help others.
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((SHANNA SMIT: YOU REMEMBER YOUR BABY EVERYDAY, BUT TODAY YOU CAN BE OUT AND BE WITH OTHER PEOPLE WHO ARE DOING THE EXACT SAME THING AND FEELING THE EXACT SAME FEELINGS THAT YOU FELT FOR MONTHS OR YEARS. IT'S A PAIN THAT DOESN'T GO AWAY, BUT EVENTUALLY WITH TIME AND WITH SUPPORT FROM YOUR FRIENDS, IT GETS BETTER.)) [RUNS23]
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The program does a number of things to help parents get through the pain of their loss, including scripture and poetry readings, singing and, of course hosting its annual walk. [STAND-UP/14:04:38] ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; THE WALK ITSELF IS CEREMONIAL. IT'S NOT ABOUT RAISING MONEY, BUT AWARENESS.)) [RUNS06]
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((SUSAN JOHNSTON/REGISTERED NURSE: HARMFUL REMARKS ARE MADE TO THESE PARENTS ABOUT, WELL YOU'RE YOUNG. YOU CAN HAVE ANOTHER BABY. YOU HAVE AN ANGEL IN HEAVEN. THAT DOESN'T REALLY HELP THESE PARENTS GET THROUGH THEIR LOSS. ACKNOWLEDGE THE LOSS THAT THIS WAS A BABY, IT WAS A FAMILY MEMBER. IT WILL BE LOVED AND MOURNED FOR THE REST OF THESE PEOPLE'S LIVES.))
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New to the program this year was a tree planting with ribbons tied to it in rememberance of the babies. David Johnson, News7, Salem.))

[Reading-Fest]


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Young children are often eager to go play or watch cartoons..
But, what about reading a good book?
Roanoke city school officials were pushing the idea..
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

at their first ever "Reading Fest" today at Valley View Mall It's part of a five year initiative called "Reved Up For Reading". Officials say the idea is to have all children reading at the appropriate level by the end of the third grade.
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((PAMELA WHITE/READING RESOURCE SPECIALIST; SO WE'RE DOING ALL TYPES OF STRATEGIES AND HERE AGAIN IT GOES BACK TO THE PROGRAMS. JUST LIKE THE SAYING IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD, SO WE NEED TO INCLUDE OUR PARENTS, OUR COMMUNITY, OUR BUSINESS LEADERS ALSO IN THIS COMMITMENT TO ENCOURAGE CHILDREN TO READ.))
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White says the program ties in with the Department of Education's recent push to reduce and prevent illiteracy.
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[Henry-Street]


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One of Roanoke's oldest communities was recognized today.
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The ninth annual Henry Street Heritage Festival took place at Elmwood Park in Downtown Roanoke.
Henry Street once had a number of black-owned businesses, including a hospital, dentistry and other professions.
The Harrison Museum of African-American Culture sponsored today's event.
The museum's executive director says it's a celebration of Henry Street's historical past.
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((ALETHA BOLDEN/EVENT ORGANIZER; THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO STILL REMEMBER HENRY STREET AND HOW IT USED TO BE. SO THIS IS A TIME TO CELEBRATE, NOT ONLY HENRY STREET BUT THE PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT. IT'S A TIME TO CELEBRATE THE CULTURE, THE MUSIC, THE FOOD AND THE WONDERFUL ACCOMPLISHMENTS THAT HAVE HAPPENED THROUGHOUT THE YEARS. SO WE DO THIS EVERY YEAR.))
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Bolden says more than 10-thousand people have attended the festival for at least the last two years.
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Up next--doctors can't medically explain how..
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[VO-NAT]

this man is alive. But he says God's grace brought him back to life.
More about his story when the news continues.
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[Miracle-Man]


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[see producer's tape]
A man from Tennessee and his family believe he was truly touched by an angel..
This after his heart stopped beating for more than an hour and doctors thought he was dead.
Dan MacDonald has the rest of this incredible story.
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Keion Carpenter intercepted three passes and ran one in for a score as Virginia Tech beat Pittsburgh 27 to 7.
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The Hokies were ready to avenge last year's loss to the Panthers as Frank Beamer led his team onto Worsham Field for a hot day of Football.
Tech would get on the board as Lamont Pegues goes into the end zone from 20 yards out capping a five play 52 yard drive that put Tech up 7 to Nothing.
The Hokie defense had a big day here Carpenter gets his first of three interceptions he returns it to the end zone but was called back by a penality.
But the Tech offense would convert as Shryone Stith goes over the right side 16 yards for the score and the Hokies led 14 to nothing in the first quarter.
Pulaski County's Shayne Graham had a good day connecting on two field goals and after a Panther score the Hokies led 17 to 7 at the Half.
In the second half it was all Tech defense as
[SUPER=36-Virginia Tech#21/27/Pittsburgh/7/;]

Carpenter nets the interception off the tip and returns it 16 yards for the score and the Hokies get the 27 to 7 win and go to 4 and 0 on the year.
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[S-UVA]


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The U-V-A offense cranked it up in the second half and Virginia remains undefeated with the 27 to nothing win over the Blue Devils of Duke.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Durham, NC/Jefferson Pilot; :]


The first quarter was full of turnovers Virginia's Anthony Poindexter intercepts this Bobby Campbell pass and returns it to the Duke 41.
UVA led 3 to nothing on a Todd Braverman field goal at the half then the defense forces this Bobby Campbell fumble that's recoverd by Poindexter at the U-V-A 41 yard line.
Several plays later Aaron Brooks drops back to pass but he pulls it in and rumbles down the field to score from 57 yards out and the Cavaliers went out in front 10 to nothing in the third.
Virginia would add two more touchdowns in the second half Thomas Jones takes the handoff and scores from 11 yards out to make it 17 to nothing in the third quarter.
Then in the fourth quarter Antoine Womack gets the
[SUPER=36-Virginia#11/27/Duke/0/;]

call and he dances into the end zone for the score and virginia beats Duke 27 to nothing.
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[S-VMI]


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The Keydets of V-M-I was back at Alumni Field in Lexington for Homecoming.
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[SUPER=03-Lexington/Keydets vs Paladians; :]


The Keydets run into the house for the opening kickoff.
And the Keydet defense would come up big in the first quarter as Derrick Russell trys to take the ball to the right side he is stopped short on fourth and goal from the one yard line.
V-M-I turned it over on the possession and the Paladians would score when Adam Sanders takes the ball up the middle for the three yard touchdown to make it 7 to nothing Furman.
Another Keydet turnover led to a Paladian score in
[SUPER=36-Furman/51/VMI/14/;]

the second quarter Justin Hill drops back in the shot gun and hits Stuart Rentz on the 7 yard touchdown pass and Furman wins it 51 to 14.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]


UVA remains unbeaten after a win over the Blue Devils of Duke. More on that when we return.

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[VO-NAT]
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In West Virginia the 19-th ranked Mountaineers ran all over Tulsa.
Running back Amos Zereoue rushed for 192 yards and three touchdowns as the Mountaineers beat Tulsa 44 to 21.
Here's the rest of the scores.
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[Sports Tease]


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And coming up, Highlights from the Lynchburg 10 Miler Jay Sauter wins the truck race at Martinsville Bimbo Coles was back in the valley.
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[VO-NAT]


And Mark McGwire hits two homers today to pad his lead on Sammy Sosa with one game left in the regular season.
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[S-MLB]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Mark McGwire has regained the lead in Major League Baseball's home run chase.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO/FOX SPORTS; :]


Yesterday afternoon in St. Louis Big Mac hit two this solo homer came in the fourth off Dustin Hermanson giving him 67 then he hit the second one in the seventh inning giving him 68 two ahead of Sammy Sosa. McGwire and Sosa have one game left.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]


That's it for sports. Have a great day everybody.



[S-Trucks]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Jay Sauter made a trip to victory lane yesterday winning the NAPA 250 truck race at the Martinsville Speedway.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville/ESPN; :]


Ridgeway's Jimmy Hensley was the leader of the race with just over 70 laps left in the race.
But Sauter worked his way to the front and he would hold off Hensley to win the NAPA 250 for his third career truck win.
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Ron Hornaday was third, Stacy Compton fourth and Rich Bickle fifth.

[S-Miler]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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The Lynchburg 10 Miler celebrated its Silver Annivarsary this morning with the race through the streets of the Hill City.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :]


Close to a thousand runners would help celebrate the race's 25-th year when they took the start right beside E.C. Glass High School.
Daniel Kihara was in second place when the runners entered Riverview Park however, he was the leader as they emerged at the other end.
Kihara would turn it up throughout the rest of the course and he would cross the line at a time of 49 Point 47 to win the Men's division.
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Joan Nesbit was the leader among the women at the halfway point and she would hold on to that lead and finish with a time of 58 Point 06 to claim the women's title.
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[S-Bimbo]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Bimbo Coles like many other NBA players is in a holding pattern until the lockout is resolved.
The labor dispute is on day 87 and counting.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]


So to pass the time Bimbo Coles is helping children polish their basketball skills. This weekend he traveled from his West Virginia home to the Rising Star Sports Camp.
Coles says he's talked with his teammates and everyone is in shape and ready to play.
But with management canceling 24 preseason games, it doesn't look as if the players will be in action soon.
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