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Coming up on News 7-
Mayor Bowers is campaigning...
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For a study of a proposed Interstate's impact on Roanoke.
A judge throws the book at a teacher's aide convicted of a sex crime.
And one Virginia congressman says Washington needs to get past this scandal.
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News 7 is next.
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A Christiansburg judge goes above and beyond sentencing guidelines to punish a former teacher's aide who had sex with a student.
But the girl's family says it's not over yet.
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[Breedlove]


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Good evening, I'm Scott Goldberg.
Jean has the night off.
John Breedlove has been sentenced to five years in prison.
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Breedlove was working at Auburn Middle School when he committed the offenses.
The judge said Breedlove violated a special trust that is part of the student teacher relationship. His sentence exceeded state guidelines.
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((TONY ANDERSON/BREEDLOVE'S ATTORNEY: THE FACT THAT HE DEVIATED UPWARD ON THE GUIDELINES WAS TO BE ANTICIPATED, BUT I BELIEVE IT'S A REASONABLY FAIR SENTENCE AND MR. BREEDLOVE IS SATISFIED WITH IT.)) ((ROB MCNEAL/VICTIM'S FATHER: I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO HAVE SEEN HIM GET THE WHOLE 25, BECAUSE THEY'RE SEVERAL VICTIMS AND I DON'T THINK THEY STILL KNOW TO THIS DAY THE DAMAGE THAT THEY'VE DONE TO EVERYBODY'S FAMILY.))
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McNeal says his family is searching for an attorney and intends to file a lawsuit against the Montgomery County School System.

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Jury selection is set to begin in less than a month for capital murder suspect, Emmett Cressell, Junior.
Co-defendant Louis Ceparano has already been sentenced to life in prison for his role in Garnett Johnson's death.
Today Cressell's attorney argued to have the investigators dismissed from the case for allegedly reading their client's mail.
Teresa Hamilton has more from Grayson County.
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((MARK CLAYTOR/CRESSELL'S ATTY:IT'S KIND OF LIKE STEALING THE OPPOSING SIDE'S PLAY BOOK RIGHT BEFORE THE SUPERBOWL AND I'M NOT GOING TO SAY IT WAS AN INTENTIONAL THEFT BUT WHETHER INADVERTENT OR NOT WE'LL NEVER REALLY KNOW THE EXTENT OF THE PREJUDICE THAT MR. CRESSELL SUFFERED.)) [RUNS:15]
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((JEFF DORSEY/CRESSELL'S ATTY:I HAVE NO DISPUTE THAT THEY HAVE SHAKEDOWNS, THE ISSUE WAS IN THIS SHAKEDOWN AT LEAST FROM MR. CRESSELL'S PERSPECTIVE WAS BEING SINGLED OUT FOR TREATMENT SUBSTANTIALLY DIFFERENT FROM THE REST OF THE OTHER INMATES AS TO HOW HE WAS REMOVED FROM HIS CALL AND HOW ITEMS WERE REMOVED FROM HIS CELL AND LATER RETURNED.)) [RUNS:00]
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Cressell's attorneys have also asked for a list of the 100 or so potential jurors in the case.
They've also requested that a photo of Garnett Johnson wearing his miliary uniform not be shown to jurors.

Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Independence.))[Bus-Accident]


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A Roanoke bicyclist is in critical condition after colliding with a Valley Metro bus this evening.
Police say 43-year-old Hampton Anderson was pulling past a Yield sign when he hit a bus at the intersection of 3rd Street and Harrison Avenue.
The bus driver was treated and released from the hospital.
Police suspect alcohol WAS involved -- on the part of the bicyclist.





[Hugh-Finn]


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Governor Jim Gilmore says he will NOT continue his fight to extend the life of a comatose man whose family had him disconnected from life support.
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Gilmore took the battle to the state Supreme Court today.
But justices sided with the family of Hugh Finn, saying removing his feeding tube would permit the natural process of dying -- and would NOT constitute a "mercy killing".
Finn's wife spoke out about the Governor's actions today... saying he has put her through "sheer hell".
But she says her husband would NOT have thought her battle was in vain:
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Doctors expect Finn to die within 2 weeks.[Documents]


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Ken Starr has given Congress another truckload of reading material.
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This time the documents include edited transcripts of Monica Lewinsky talking to her former friend Linda Tripp.
Tripp secretly recorded the conversations.
They reveal a desperate Lewinsky, urging Tripp to keep quiet about Lewinsky's affair with President Clinton.
The White House and its defenders say the documents contain no evidence the President committed an impeachable offense.
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[Boucher]


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Meantime Congressman Rick Boucher is among Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee, who want the Impeachment Inquiry against Clinton to end by November 25th.
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((WE HAVE ASSEMBLED AN ALTERNATIVE THAT WE THINK IS FAIR, THAT WE THINK IS BALANCED AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST REQUIRES NO LESS. THIS ALTERNATIVE ALSO IS PROMPT.))
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Democrats say: by putting a time limit on the investigation, they can keep it from becoming an even bigger distraction to the country.
But Republicans say the investigation must go on as long as it takes to find the truth.
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[Kosovo]


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U-S Secretary of Defense William Cohen has a warning for Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.
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Cohen said NATO forces will begin air strikes against Yugoslav troops...
Unless Milosevic stops attacking ethnic Albanians in Kosovo.
There were some signs today that the Serbs were pulling back.
But intelligence sources are not sure Milosevic has ended his campaign of terror.
The NATO air strikes would start within the next two weeks.
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[Tease1]


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Still to come... Roanoke's mayor says the Star city should take a closer look at I-73 plans.
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Plus... mind games at Radford that could help Alzheimers patients keep their memories longer.
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[Sports-Preview]


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Sports fans, we got to get grip, the Rangers tried to do just that against the yankees, cancer can hurt but cannot break this straw, Manny's the man at fenway, UVa hopes to have a day at trhe beach tommorrow against some west coast visitors and the Panthers are looking to claw their way to a 3 and OH record. Check all of this stuff out with me Steve Mason later on in sports.

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Family and friends of Jimmie Lee Penn are trying to understand who would have killed the popular railroad retiree and landlord.
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Penn was shot just after dark last night outside one of the houses he rents out on Patterson Avenue.
The 62-year old victim was also a church deacon.
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((IT'S REALLY BAD, YOU KNOW. YOU'RE GOING TO CHURCH AND DOING GOOD, THEN SOMEBODY WANTS TO COME BY AND KILL HIM. IT'S BAD.))
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No arrests have been made. If police have any suspects, they aren't saying.

[Bowers-I73]


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Roanoke Mayor David Bowers is calling for a study and a series of public hearings on Interstate 73.
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While the Virginia Department of Transportation is reviewing possible routes, Bowers says the city should take a closer look on its own.
Noting recent controversies in Bedford, Botetourt and Roanoke counties, Bowers says city council needs to hear what citizens have to say.
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((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: I THINK WHETHER YOU'RE A MAYOR OR A CONGRESSMAN, YOU NEED TO SEE A PROJECT THROUGH FROM BEGINNING TO END. AND THAT'S WHAT I THINK WE OUGHT TO DO HERE IN ROANOKE. WE OUGHT TO CALL FOR AN ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY AND PUBLIC HEARINGS HERE IN ROANOKE, SO THAT WE DON'T SHIRK OUR RESPONSIBILITY. IF THE ROAD'S COMING TO ROANOKE, ROANOKE NEEDS TO BE READY FOR THAT ROAD.))
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Bowers is challenging Republican incumbent Bob Goodlatte for the Sixth District seat in Congress.

[Alzheimers]


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An Alzheimers study is being conducted at Radford University's BRAINS Center. Tonya Flory reports it could be the key to understanding the mysterious disease.
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(( Volunteers are hooked up to an E-E-G -- an electro-cap fits over the test subjects head and 128 sponges read the brain's electric activity. John Hitchings doesn't have Alzheimer's, but he's volunteered for a comparison of healthy adults to those WITH the disease.
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((DR. TOM PIERCE/RU PSYCHOLOGY PROFESSOR: WE KNOW THAT THE CHANGES IN THE BRAIN DUE TO ALZHEIMERS SHOW UP MANY YEARS BEFORE THE BEHAVIORAL CHANGES, SO THAT SOMEBODY MIGHT BE HAVING DAMAGE IN THE BRAIN YEARS BEFORE THEY START HAVING MEMORY PROBLEMS.)) [RUNS:13]
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Hitchings does a variety of tasks while researchers record his brain's electrical signals. A computer converts the information into color coded graphic display.
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but Hitchings admits clicking the computer mouse over and over was tedious.
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Results could mean diagnosis 6 months to a year earlier than current techniques.
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((DR. TOM PIERCE/RU PSYCHOLOGY PROFESSOR: WE MAY BE ABLE TO SEE SOMETHING IN THE EEG THAT WOULD HELP US BE ABLE TO PREDICT WHICH PEOPLE WILL PROGRESS VERY QUICKLY WITH THE DISEASE MAYBE PEOPLE WHO WILL DIE WITHIN THREE OR FOUR YEAR, AND TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEM AND PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING TO PROGRESS VERY SLOWLY, PEOPLE WHO WON'T DIE FOR 20 YEARS.))

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The studies finding may also lead to treatment for Downs Syndrome patients and those suffering from depression. Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check. ))





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Coming up... the last of the singing cowboys passes away.
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And Moneta says farewell to the fire chief who served the community for more than 40 years.
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[Take Lotto Numbers]

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A man who spent most of his life helping others was laid to rest today in Bedford County.
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William Mayhew died Tuesday after spending 42 of his 62 years serving his community.
Mayhew was the long- time chief of the Moneta Volunteer Fire Department.
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He also volunteered with the Moneta Rescue Squad.. dozens of emergency vehicles led his funeral procession today with their lights flashing in his memory.
Mayhew was a retired Virginia Department of Corrections employee and also served as a deputy with the Bedford County sheriff's department.
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He started as a poor cowboy, playing songs on a five-dollar guitar.
He died a multi-millionaire.
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Gene Autry died today.
He first sang on the radio 70 years ago.
He went on to make nearly 100-films and star in his own T-V show.
He also founded baseball's California Angels.
It was his dream to see them win a pennant...
That was one goal he did not reach.
Autry was 91.
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One racing note. Jeff Gordon and Ray Evernham announced the formation of their new Busch team this afternoon at Charlotte.
Gordon and Ricky Hendrick will drive the car that is being sponsored by Pepsi and Fritos.
Jeff's wife, Brooke willl serve as the co-owner of the new team. The Busch cars also had some of the spotlight today.

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[SUPER=75-Concord, NC/Busch Qualifying Race; :00]


The top 34 spots are determined in qualifying but this 40 lap race determines the final starting spots with 8 drivers getting in tomorrow's All-Pro 300.
The biggest wreck took out Jason Jarrett in car 11, Kerry Earnhardt in the Channel Lock car against the wall.
Johnny Benson won the event with Sterling Marlin and Mike Wallace also getting in the main event.
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[Lotto]
[SUPER=136-9 7 0/6 8 4 2/15 20 21 25 33/2 6 8 26 39/8]






NIGHT DRAWING=

Pick 3:
9-7-0

(nine, seven, zero)


Pick 4:
6-8-4-2

(six, eight, four, two)


Cash 5:
15-20-21-25-33

(fifteen, twenty, twenty-one, twenty-five, thirty-three)


2-6-8-26-39. Big Money Ball: 8

(two, six, eight, twenty-six, thirty-nine. Big Money Ball:

eight)

(Copyright 1998 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


APNP-10-02-98 2312EDT

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We now go over hill, over dale, to daleville for the salem/Lord Botetourt Blue Ridge Distrist joust between the two unbeatens.
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The caavliers had the juice to knock heads with the mighty spartans in their first big test of the season.
In the first quarter, trailing 3-nothing, Botetourt's Josh Aliveto caps a five play, 79 yard drive with the sneak f
rom the one yard line and the [SUPER=34-Salem/31/Lord Bottetourt/7;]Cavs lead 7-3.


But Salem comes right back. Matt Anderson bulls his way over from the one yard line, 10-7 Salem and the Spartans win it 31-7.
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Cave Spring was looking to turn around their OH and 5 start tonight against Franklin County in a Roanoke Vallley District clash.
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A fiery senior class was behind the Knights on cave Spring's annual homecoming night.
They had plenty to yell about as Chris Gould takes the pitch from Brandon Funk and he takes it down the near sideline for a 24 yard gain, but that drive would stall on a fumble.
[SUPER=34-Cave Spring/21/Franklin County/6;]Cave Spring makes good on it's next chance. From the Eagle four yard line,

Michael Hammler takes the rock, breaks a few tackles and scores and cave Spring wins it's first of the season 21-6
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In single A action, Steve Ragsdale's Giles Spartans made the trek up 81 to battle brian Hooker's Glenvar Highlanders.
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Rags had his Spartans plaing like the warriors they are, up 35-14 at the half.
In third quarter, Giles keeps to it's single wing, from their own 28 yard line, Cooney Ratliffe gets the call, takin
g the snap and going around the right end. He then cuts across the middle on his way to a 72 yards [SUPER=34-Giles/47/G

lenvar/21;]for the touchdown, Giles leads 41-14.
The Spartans strike again in the fourth quarter as Richard Hodge pushes the pile in, Giles tops Glenvar 47-21.
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[SUPER=55-Appomattox/20/Brookville/24/Shawsville/0/Narrows/14/William Byrd/21/Northside/14;]



[SUPER=55-Giles/47/Glenvar/21/Martinsville/21/Tunstall/6/Rockbridge Co./20/Christiansburg/31;]



[SUPER=55-Jefferson Forest/49/Staunton River/19/George Wythe/50/Bland-Rocky Gap/0/Alleghany/34/Blacksburg/21;]



[SUPER=55-Liberty/7/Rustburg/29/Cave Spring/21/Franklin Co./6/Covington/19/Buffalo Gap/42;]



[SUPER=55-G.W. Danville/28/Thomas Dale/14/Lebanon/40/Garden/16/Chilhowie/26/Holston/18;]



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Still to come, highlights from the Yankees/Texas gaem, plus the Indians/Sox tilt, and college football previews
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among them, UVa talks about handling san Jose States upset minded spartans.
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[S-Yankees]


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Rain is the only thing that seems to be able to slow down the New York Yankees as they took the field against Texas.

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Ranger catcher Pug Rodriquez proves why he is a 7 time gold glove winner, throwing out the runner at first.
Paul O'Neil gets the Yankees on the board in the top of the sixth with a solo homer off Aaron Sealy and the Bronx Bombers were on their way.
Then Shane Spencer continues his run with a three shot to left that scored Timno Martinez and Tim Rainers, Yankees lead 4-nothing and we are in a rain delay. Yanks win and they sweep the series.
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[S-Straw]


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While the Yankees are celebrating many thoughts and prayers are with one of their fallen teammates.
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Yankee outfielder Darryl Strwaberry had to fight back tears today when he met the media to talk about his upcoming battle with colon cancer.
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Boston rolled out the red carpet for Cleveland but the tribe brought out the lumber in game three of their AL divsional series.
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[VO-NAT]
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It was a pitchers duel until the bottom of the fourth. Boston's Nomar Garciaparra drills a ball right at Travis Fryman. The Indians almost turn the double play but Nomar is safe at first and Darren Lewis scores.
In the top of the fifth, Cleveland answers. Jim Thome with the line drive homer, a solo shot with no [SUPER=34-Clev

eland/4/Boston/3;]outs to tie the game at 1 all.
Cleveland broke the tie in the sixth with this Kenny Lofton solo shot making it 2-1. Manny Ramirez broke it open for the tribe with bombs in the seventh and 9th as they take a 2-1 series lead winning 4-3.
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[S-UVA]


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The Spartans of San Jose State are the main course on 10th ranked Virginia's homecoming menu tomorrow.
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[VO-NAT]
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The Cavs have shut out the opposition on the road but have allowed 37 points in two home wins and San Jose State is better than it's 2 and 2 record indicates.
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Ferrum hits the road tomorrow for its first game in the Atlantic Central Football Conference.
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The Panthers will play Methodist, which sits at the top of the conference standings with a 2 and 0 record.
Ferrum is undefeated and the Panters must handle the Monarchs big play capability,
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Kickoff tomorrow afternoon is 1-thirty.


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W & L hosts Randoplh Macon tomorrow at 1:30
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Also at 1:30, ODAC power Emory & Henry hosts Greensboro.
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VMI is at Georgia Southern tomorrow at 1pm
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The Liberty Flames play host to Charleston Southern at 7:30
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and JMU goes to Richmond for a 1pm game.

[S-WDBJ]


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[wipe to pinnacle page college]
Don't forget to check out college football tomorrow at 3:30. Tennessee takes on Auburn right here on WDBJ-7.
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[wipe to NFL pinnacle]
Then on Sunday, it's the Jets and the Dolphins at one on your hometown station.
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[11-Viewernet]


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(Robin Ad Lib viewernet stats)
We are excited to unveil our first Viewernet site in Cambpell County.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


We have been looking to weather instruments in Lynchburg, and this site on the city line just presented itself.
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[SOT 2:03]
[IN Q=SO I WROTE]
[SUPER=01-Cinde Pletke/Assistant Principal]

((CINDE PLETKE: I WROTE ROBIN REED, AND ONE OF OUR TEACHERS HAVE SOME STUDENTS DRAW WEATHER PICTURES, AND SAID "WE'D LIKE TO DO THIS" ))
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[OUT Q=DO THIS]
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The weather instruments are mounted just to the left of the school's entrance-- less than a mile away from Brookville High School.
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[SOT 5:24]
[IN Q=WE'RE LOOKING AT]
[SUPER=01-David Gorsline/Principal]

((DAVID GORLSINE/PRINCIPAL: WE'RE LOOKING AT SCIENCE AS WELL AS COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY-- THE STUDENTS WILL USE COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY TO LEARN OBJECTIVES IN SCIENCE ESPECIALLY RELATED TO THE WEATHER.))
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[OUT Q=TO THE WEATHER]
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[CKEY/FULL] [Forecasts]
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[SUPER=330-Cloudy/Light Winds/43-45/Increasing Clouds/Light Winds/68-70;]
[SUPER=331-Partly Cloudy/And Cool/43-45/Increasing/Cloudiness/68-72;]
[SUPER=332-Cloudy/And Chilly/40-42/Increasing Clouds/Light Winds/64-66;]
[SUPER=333-Increasing/Clouds/40-42/Cloudy With/Showers Late/65-68;]
[SUPER=334-Partly/Cloudy/38-42/Partly Sunny/Showers Late/65-69;]

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