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Straight ahead on News 7-
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A verdict is reached in the case of the man accused of killing his brother.
Police say these Roanoke parks are hubs for homosexual activity? So police are cracking down.
Plus half gallon mason jars are in short supply- is it the end of an era?
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News 7 is Next [Open]
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[vo-nat]
A Henry Co. man escapes a murder conviction, but WILL spend time behind bars.

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It took a jury just half an hour tonight to seal the fate of a Henry County man accused of killing his brother.
Christy Hubley has the verdict and reaction.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Roanoke police have been investigating sexual activity at two local parks for about a month now.
And, they're ready to bring charges against 20 people.
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Stacey Martin is in our newsroom with more.
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((Traffic was slow and visitors few at Wasena and Smith Park -- the same park where Roanoke mom--Pamela Irwin found several condom wrappers scattered about last month.
Her story prompted police to launch an investigation into sexual activity at the parks.
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[IN Q=People have to know]

((PAMELA IRWIN: PEOPLE HAVE TO KNOW THAT IT'S HAPENING. IF I DIDN'T SAY ANYTHING THEN IT WOULD STILL BE CONTINUING. SO, IF YOU SAY SOMETHING THEN YOU KNOW ONE PERSON STANDS BEHIND ANOTHER THEN THINGS GET TAKEN CARE OF THAT WAY.))
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Police say 17 men will be charged with felonies for soliciting undercover police officers to commit sodomy.
Charges against one juvenile are also pending and police plan to charge two other men with indecent exposure and sexual battery against an officer.
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((DENNIS NAGEL/ASST. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: THESE ARE FELONY CHARGES THAT HAVE BEEN BROUGHT AND HOPEFULLY THAT WILL BE ENOUGH TO CONVINCE THESE PEOPLE TO FIND OTHER AVENUES TO CONDUCT THESE ACTIVITIES RATHER THAN THE PUBLIC PARKS.))
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The police investigation revealed that the parks are widely known throughout the region as meeting points where men engage in sexual activity with other men.))
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[******NOTE ANCHOR TAG****]
Opening arguments are expected to begin in Grayson County on Monday in the case against Emmett Cressell, Junior.
After three days and the questioning of 80 people, a panel of jurors is in place.
For both sides it was a tense day in court.
As Teresa Hamilton reports-- the final person to qualify was the last remaining juror in today's jury pool- which means the case will remain in Grayson County.
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Court officials say another potential juror who'd over-slept did make it at the end of the day.

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Police say a 12-year-old girl was assaulted and nearly raped... by a 13-year-old Halifax boy.
Police are not releasing the young suspect's identity because of his age.
Investigators say he tried to rape the girl, then tried to choke her when she screamed.

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Five abortion clinics in three states have received letters claiming to have Anthrax.
A powdery substance arrived in the mail in Indianapolis- It is now being tested.
29 people there were sent to the hospital for observation.
Simlilar letters went to clinics in Kentucky and Tennessee.
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Authorities still don't know what caused a deadly fire at a Swedish nightclub- or why it spread so fast.
The blaze at an overcrowded teenage dance club killed 67 people and injured more than 150 others.
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[vo-nat]
Senator John Glenn says he feels fine aboard Space Shuttle Discovery-
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((JOHN GLENN/PAYLOAD SPECIALIST: I WAS KEYED INTO EVERY LITTLE NOISE AND QUIVER THAT WE MADE ON THE WAY UP. IT WAS QUITE DIFFERENT THAN BACK A LONG TIME AGO.))
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NASA today successfully launched the Pansat, communications satellite.
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Actor Tommy Lee Jones is hospitalized tonight after a polo accident in Texas.
Jones was playing polo when his horse stumbled- the actor was thrown over the horse's head and the horse stopped on him.
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Jones is reportedly banged up but was not severely injured.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still to come in our newscast --
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[VO-NAT]


The Governor makes a stop in the New River Valley to stomp for a fellow Republican.
The story ahead.
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The state board of education has come up with new Standards of Learning.
And critics say the standards are too low.
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The board voted 7-to-1, determining what it is an "advanced" score and what is a "proficient" score on Standards-of-Learning tests.
For 11 high school subjects, "proficient" scores range from 51-to 66-percent.
Starting in the year 2004, students will have to earn proficient scores in order to graduate high school.
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[Gilmore]


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The Governor and Lieutenant Governor pitched in today for ninth district congressional candidate Joe Barta.
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Jim Gilmore and John Hager joined Barta for a campaign swing through southwest Virginia.
They argued that with a strong Republican turnout on Tuesday, Barta will pull an upset.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: YOU KNOW THERE'S A REAL FEELING OF CHANGE. THE NINTH DISTRICT IS NOW ON THE WAY UP. AND I THINK THEY UNDERSTAND THAT THEY NEED TO GET IN THE GAME AND IT'S TIME TO SEND SOMEBODY TO THE NEW MAJORITY, REPUBLIC MAJORITY. AND I THINK JOE BARTA'S THAT GUY.))
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Barta faces 16-year incumbent, Democrat Rick Boucher in the November third election.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Straight ahead on News 7 at 11 --
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we'll tell you why one Southwest Virginia tradition could be in the can... and what the Mason Jar has to do with it.
The story coming up.
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[lotto]
[SUPER=136-2 3 1/5 4 6 6/1 10 13 17 27/12 16 22 38 46/20]






NIGHT DRAWING=

Pick 3:
2-3-1

(two, three, one)


Pick 4:
5-4-6-6

(five, four, six, six)


Cash 5:
1-10-13-17-27

(one, ten, thirteen, seventeen, twenty-seven)


The Big Game:
12-16-22-38-46. Big Money Ball: 20

(twelve, sixteen, twenty-two, thirty-eight, forty-six. Big Money

Ball: twenty)

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


APNP-10-30-98 2311EST

[Mason-Jars]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=98-53 2:00:43]
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The growing season just behind us produced a bumper crop of fruits and vegetables for home canners.
But this year residents of Franklin County found something was missing.
Joe Dashiell has that story in the latest installment of Southwest Traditions.
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((Fud's Express Mart in Ferrum does a brisk business... but there's one product Greg Talley normally stocks that he couldn't put his hands on this summer... the half- gallon mason jar.
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((GREG TALLEY/FUD'S EXPRESS MART: HEARD THEY WERE GOING TO QUIT MAKING THE MASON JARS OR THE HALF GALLON JARS AND WAS AIMING TO GET A BUNCH OF THEM, BUT THE WAREHOUSES, THE WHOLESALERS KNEW THAT BEFORE I DID, SO YOU COULDN'T GET ANY. I TRIED TO GET SOME BEFORE THEY QUIT MAKING THEM. NOW I GUESS THEY'RE IMPOSSIBLE TO GET.))
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Prized by home canners who put up large quantities of fruits and vegetables, the half- gallon mason jar is no longer in production... and cases of new jars are increasingly hard to find.
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((RODDY MOORE/BLUE RIDGE INSTITUTE: I THINK WE'RE AT THE END OF AN ERA.))
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The director of the Blue Ridge Institue at Ferrum College, Roddy Moore says the Indiana manufacturer told him there were only three areas in the entire United States that still purchased half- gallon jars in large quantities.
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[IN Q=That was Cocke County Tennessee]

((RODDY MOORE: THAT WAS COCKE COUNTY TENNESSEE, WILKES COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA, AND FRANKLIN COUNTY VIRGINIA. AND THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT PEOPLE USE THESE JARS FOR HERE, BUT IT'S WHERE THEY SOLD THE MAJORITY OF THE HALF- GALLON JARS.))
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The unusual demand may be related to the county's reputation for untaxed liquor.
Whatever the reason, the half-gallon jars are in short- supply, and in demand.
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((RODDY MOORE: DO YOU THINK FOLKS WHO HAVE THESE IN THEIR BASEMENTS OR ATTICS HAVE A VALUABLE COMMODITY? I GUESS IT DEPENDS IF THEY'RE FULL OR EMPTY.))
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Joe Dashiell News 7 Franklin County))

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Lots of football, but first a round ball note. The Sporting news college basketball preview issue
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has named Virginia Tech super sophomore Rolan Roberts the nations 17th rated power forward! the 6'6" 240 pounder avergaed 13.6 points and 6.4 rebounds per game last year as a freshman for the Hokies. In addition to his dunks, Roberts also blocked over two shots a game. now your numbers.
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In the RVD, William Fleming looks to celebrate homecoming by taking home at least a tie for the District Title with a win over Franklin County.
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At halftime the undefeated Colonels introduced Cozette Jeffries as the Homecoming queen, and michael "MJ" King as the king.
In the third with fleming ahead 7-3 olonel [super=34-William Fleming/13/Franklin Co./3;] quarterback Cody Wade pi

tches to Tony Reed who marches thirty five yards for his first touchdown of the season making the score 13-3 colonels.

In the closing seconds of the 4th Wade does it again with 3 yard pitch to wezzley Brown for the game winning score, Fleming takes it 19-3.
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Rockbridge County and William Byrd were playing for bragging rights in this rivalry.
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[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co./Terriers vs. Wildcats;]


Both schools have won three games a piece since the series began back in 1991.
Clay Hobson gives the Wildcats the 14-10 lead. Hobson takes the hand off and scampers 10 yards for the go ahead T-D.
[SUPER=36-William Byrd/46/Rockbridge Co./28/;]


The Terriers didn't give up the fight, though, Cory Bush alone in the end zone makes the grab.
The game ends with William Byrd on top 46 to 28.
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Lets head up to New Castle where the Craig County Rockets were hoping some of John Glen's good fortune would be with them as they faced Parry McCluer.
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Right to the action. In the first quarter, Parry mcCluer would need only one play after recovering a Craig County f
umble to score. Chad Coffey connects with Jason Wright in the back of the end zone. 12-nothing [SUPER=34-Parry McCluer/

48/Craig Co./19;]Fighting Blues.
Then, mid way through the second quarter, The Rockets offense takes off as Robert Hypes sneaks in from a yard out, but parry McCluer goes on to win 48-19 in the Pioneer distrcit battle.
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Holloween highlight treats from 13 other games still come tonight on FFE, but first, the early scores have crept on in.
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[Sports tease]


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stil to come in sports, Virginia tech and Virginia fire a final shot before tomorrow's West Virginia, Wake Forest games,
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and Mark Martin put the peddle to the medal at the Rock, even though time has almost run out on the vavoline drivers championship hopes.
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[ANCHOR=steve]
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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=sp-26 15:59]
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Mark Martin adds new meaning to the phrase refuse to lose. despite Jeff Gordon needing only a 40th finish to win the cup championship, Number 6 outdid everyone in qualifying for the AC Delco 400 at Rockingham.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC/SpeedVision; :00]


Speaking of hard nosed guys, Dale Jarrett didn't get the pole but he gets the tough man award for qualifying third with gall stones.
Martin won the pole with a blistering lap at 156 point 502 miles an hour.
Jeff Gordon will start 9th, 8 spots behind the man of the day.
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[vo-nat]
Last year's winner was Bobby Hamilton. The Kodak Ford will start 18th, now the top 25.
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[S-Morris]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Waynesboro; :00]


One other racing note. Ruckersville native Phillip Morris qualified 12th for tomorrow's AC-Delco 200 Busch race. Morris won seven races at the New River Valley Speedway this season.
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[S-Express]


[ANCHOR=steve]
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[WRITER=sma]
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The Express fell to Richmond 3 to 1 tonight. Roanoke's Tim Christian scored the only Express goal. The score was tied 1-1 going into the third period but the Renegades went on to score two unaswered goals. The Express did outshoot the Renegades. Roanoke is now 2 and 2.

[S-Tech]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
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A huge piece to the Big East conference football puzzle will be decided tomorrow when Virginia tech and West Virginia meet in Blacksburg.
Some say the Hokies chances hinge on stopping the Mounties arial assault.
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[SUPER=01-Keion Carpenter/9 Career Interceptions; :14]
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[ANCHOR=steve]
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Like Tech, Virginia will also try and stay in the hunt for a conference crown tomorrow. But dangerous 3 and 4 Wake Forest hopes to road block the Cavaliers ACC aspirations at 3:30 in Winston Salem.
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[S-Giants]


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Tiki Barber and His New York Giants hope to avoid the halloween trick Sunday against the winless Redskins in Washington.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Raljon, MD/November 23rd, 1997; :00]


Tiki produced 88 yards of offense in his last trip to Jack Kent Cooke Stadium.
The Giants 31-24 win September 6th was the first of 7 straight Washington losses.
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[S-WDBJ]


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[wipe to pinnacle 7501]
Tomorrow at 3pm here on WDBJ, you can watch the Florida - Georgia SEC battle in Gainesville.
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And on Sunday, the Buffalo Bills take on the Dolphins at one here on Your Hometown station.
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[S-ODAC]


[ANCHOR=steve]
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The Roanoke College Men's soccer team conclcudes another successful regular season tomorrow at Alumni Field in Salem.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem;]


The Maroons are 13-2 and 2 overall and 5-1 and 2 in the ODAC.
Last year the Maroons ended their season with an overtime loss in the conference tournament semifinals.
This year Coach Scott Allison says his team is taking it one game at a time.
They host Guilford tomorrow afternoon at 2.
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The Lady Maroons are already in tournament play.
This morning the W & L Generals tried to extend their season with this score by Margaret Hunter-Turner from PH.
But the Roanoke College women prevail 2-to-1 and advance in the ODAC Conference tournament.
The Lady Maroons will play Randy Mac in the championship in Lexington tomorrow afternoon at 1:30.
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NIGHT DRAWING=

Pick 3:
2-3-1

(two, three, one)


Pick 4:
5-4-6-6

(five, four, six, six)


Cash 5:
1-10-13-17-27

(one, ten, thirteen, seventeen, twenty-seven)


The Big Game:
12-16-22-38-46. Big Money Ball: 20

(twelve, sixteen, twenty-two, thirty-eight, forty-six. Big Money

Ball: twenty)

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