Up next on News 7 at 11...
Iraq is at it again... Barring UN inspectors from all sites...
Paula Jones gets a million dollar check, but she can't cash it yet, we'll tell you why.
And we'll see what the candidates were up to on their last campaign weekend.
News 7 at 11 is next.
U.N. weapons inspectors are pulling out of their base
The inspectors began leaving the U-N compound in Baghdad after Iraq decided to end all cooperation with the U-N Special Commission.
Iraq's UN Ambassador said they should go home, because they have nothing left to do.
The UN Security Council condemned the move today.
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Paula Jones received a million reasons to settle her lawsuit against the President quickly.
Today real estate developer Abe Hirschfeld gave her a one-million dollar check.
But, Jones won't get any of the money until there's a settlement.
Hirschfeld said he made the offer so that Clinton could focus on the country's problems.
Meanwhile, Clinton's attorney said talks of a settlement may be on hold until an appeals court rules on whether to reinstate Jones' case.
A man from Brookneal, Virginia was beaten with a 2-by-4 board then shot three times last night.
The shooting happened around 7-30 along L.P. Bailey Memorial Highway in Halifax County.
Rescuers rushed 26-year old John Michael Shotwell to Halifax Regional Hospital where he underwent emergency surgery.
There's no word on his condition.
Police are still investigating the incident.
Congressional incumbents are getting in some last minute campaigning--with only three days left until voters go to the polls.
David Johnson caught up with a couple of the Congressmen and has this report.
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(( Democrat Rick Boucher and Republican Bob Goodlatte are both touring their respective regions this weekend.
Both representatives are touting their past records as the reason they should be re-elected.
Boucher's future goals include creating more jobs, improving education and making healthcare more affordable in Virginia.
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((RICK BOUCHER/NINTH DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN; THAT IS WHAT OUR CAMPAIGN IS ABOUT. IT IS AN ENTIRELY POSITIVE EFFORT. IN NO SENSE WILL WE CRITICIZE THE OTHER CANDIDATE IN THE RACE. WE HAVE OUR EYES FOCUSED SQUARELY ON THE FUTURE. AND OUR AGENDA IS FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA.))
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Goodlatte says he wants to continue balancing the national budget and reducing taxes.
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((BOB GOODLATTE/SIXTH DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN: WE'RE GOING TO WORK TO CUT TAXES, STARTING WITH ELIMINATING THE MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY. AND WE'RE GOING TO WORK VERY HARD TO REFORM THIS TAX CODE. I'VE VOTED TO SCRAP THIS CODE AND PUT IN ONE THAT'S FAIRER AND SIMPLER.))
[OUT Q=and simpler.]
((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; BOTH MEN ARE CAMPAIGNING FOR VOTES, NOT ONLY FOR THEMSELVES, BUT ALSO FOR FIVE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE STATE'S CONSTITUTION. TWO OF THOSE AMENDMENTS WOULD IMPROVE AND EXPAND VIRGINIA'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REVENUE GROWTH.))
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((BOUCHER; ONLY IN THAT WAY CAN THE COMMUNITIES IN THIS AREA ATTRACT A MICROCHIP MANUFACTURER. ONLY IN THAT WAY WILL THE NEXT MOTOROLA PLANT COME HERE INSTEAD OF SOME URBAN AREA.))
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((GOODLATTE: PEOPLE SHOULD DEFINITELY VOTE, BOTH ON THE CONGRESSIONAL RACE AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. IT'S VITALLY IMPORTANT THAT PEOPLE PARTICIPATE IN THE PROCESS IF THEY WANT THEIR VOICE TO BE HEARD.))
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Goodlatte is being challenged by Roanoke Mayor David Bowers.
Bowers supports tax cuts and balancing the budget.
Boucher's opponent, is Radford doctor Joe Barta.
He's against abortion and partial-birth abortion and is in favor prayer in public schools.
David Johnson, News 7.))
John Glenn had a busy day in space. Along with his aging experiments, he spent time talking to students, including some from Virginia.
Maureen Maher has more.
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((On day three of his return to space, John Glenn had several key roles.
(Nat sot of NASA mission control about 3:40 - AUDIO ONLY)
"Parazynkisi and John Glenn working on what is essentially called
biodine - it is a used to grow cells and tissues cultures."
But earlier in the day, Glenn, an outspoken advocate of space education,
(SOT//13:39:00) "Senator Glenn do you feel younger when you're are in
(SOT/John Glenn/) "Well I guess I feel young all the time - that's
the reason I volunteered to come up here."
For about an hour, students from three different towns were given the
rare opportunity to learn firsthand about the senator's second historic
trip into space.
(SOT/Matt Lewis/Student/49:10) ". like only a few people get to do it -
like Houston, they it was just like Houston in Texas because you're
communicating with the space shuttle."
In addition to the crew's research, experiments set up by students from
kindergarten to college are also on board Discovery. Dr. Ruthan Lewis
Heads NASA's student research program called the Hitchhiker mission and
says the interaction between Glenn and a younger generation is playing a
key role in future space exploration.
(SOT/Dr. Ruthan .../NASA Hitchhiker Mission 21:34: 100 "They are
essentially are future scientist and engineers. this is a great way to
experience first hand hands on how to do this so that later on . they
actually may go into science.)
STAND-Up: Tomorrow the learning process continues - first the crew
will deploy a satellite designed to give scientist a better idea of the
sun's effects on the earth and then the senator will speak with the
media, giving us all a chance to find out what John Glenn is learning
about space travel the second time around.MM CBS News.))
Up next--officials at Roanoke College enjoy yet another year..
of record-breaking donations.
We'll tell you what they plan to do to keep the money coming when the news continues.
Tuesday's ballot includes five constitutional questions.
This week, local lawmakers and the Virginia Chamber of Commerce came together to support two of the proposed amendments.
They say a yes vote on questions 3 and 4 will promote regional cooperation on industrial development.
They argue it will NOT lead to higher taxes as some opponents have warned.
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((SEN. BO TRUMBO: I DO NOT READ THE AMMENDMENTS AS INDICATING INCREASED TAXING AUTHORITY. WHAT I DO READ THEM AS SAYING IS THE FACT THAT WE CAN JOIN TOGETHER, FORGET ABOUT THOSE LINES DRAWN ON THE MAP AND START WORKING TOGETHER TO SATISFY THE NEEDS NOT ONLY OF TODAY, BUT THE FUTURE.))
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The group also publicized a web site: yes-3-yes-4-dot-com, that explains the Chamber's position on the Constitutional questions.
The money keeps rolling in at Roanoke College..
This is the third year in a row, the school has set a fundraising record.
This year, the school raised more than one-point-six million dollars--about 13-percent more than last year.
A majority of the money will go towards student scholarships.
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((KENNETH GARIN/STUDENT AFFAIRS VICE PRESIDENT; FOR EXAMPLE, IT'LL TAKE CARE OF 13 SUMMER SCHOLARS IN WHICH STUDENTS ARE PROVIDED WITH FUNDING SO THEY DO NOT HAVE TO WORK TO PROVIDE FOR THEIR UPKEEP IN THE SUMMER. THEY'RE GIVEN A PLACE TO LIVE AND THEY WORK VERY CLOSELY WITH FACULTY FOR 10 WEEKS DURING THE SUMMER.))
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Officials say more money from frequent donors is the reason for the additional funds.
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((JUDITH NELSON/ROANOKE COLLEGE; THE HERITAGE WALK WHICH LIES AHEAD OF US REFLECTS THOSE INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE MADE MAJOR GIFTS TO THE ANNUAL FUND AND UNRESTRICTED GIFTS. THAT MEANS THEY TRUST ROANOKE COLLEGE TO USE THEIR FUNDS AS WE CHOOSE, AS WE BELIEVE IS MOST NECESSARY.))
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School officials are already thinking of ways to top this year's fundraising record.
One idea, Nelson said, is to have more students fielding calls during future school phone-a-thons.
Still to come--Dennis Cunningham will take a look at Holly Hunter's newest movie--
It's called "Living Out Loud".
Hunter plays a divorced woman trying to put her back life back together in New York.
We'll have more when the news continues.
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In her latest flick, Holly Hunter looks for love in the Big Apple.
Here's Dennis Cunningham with a review of the movie "Living Out Loud."
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WHAT A SHEER DELIGHT IT IS TO EXPERIENCE A MOVIE WITH A LIFE OF ITS
OWN, A RICH, FASCINATING UNPREDICTABLE LIFE. SUCH A FILM IS "LIVING OUT
LOUD". WRITTEN BY RICAHRD LAGRAVENESE WHO'S WRITTEN MANY A SUCESSFUL
MOVIE; BUT, FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME, DIRECTED BY HIM, TOO. THE STROY OF
A PRIVILEGED 5TH AVENUE LADY, WITH A LARGE COUNTRY MANOR AS WELL, 16
YEARS MARRIED TO AN OLD MONEY CARDIOLOGIST. WHO CHEATS ON HER.
SHE'S RIGHT, YOU KNOW. SHE'S ALSO A COMPLETE JOY. AND WE WENT TO THE
SAME THEATRE SCHOOL, TOO. NOW, THE MOVIE IS A MIX OF FACT AND FANTASY,
AT TIMES, AND GENERALLY FAR MORE CREATIVE THAN THE USUAL. BUT THAT'S A
CHALLENGE RICHARD LA GRAVENESE, THE ROOKIE DIRECTOR, SOMETIMES CAN'T
MEET FOR RICHARD LA GRAVENESE THE WRITER. SO, THE MOVIE NEEDS SOME
SERIOUS FOCUSING AND CUTTING. STILL, ITS A FINAL-I HOPE VERY LUCKY-7.
HIGHLY RECOMMENED.QUEEN LATIFAH SINGS CLASSIC POP BEAUTIFULLY. AND DANNY
DEVITO WONDERFUL ALSO PRODUCED THE MOVIE. I'M DENNIS CUNNINGHAM FOR CBS
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The Hokies lost the statistics battle with West Virginia yesterday, but easily whipped the Mountaineers on the scoreboard.
Mike Stevens has more on Tech's 27-to-13 win.
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[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Va. Tech Head Coach; :32]
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The Hokies beat West Virginia in Blacksburg. More when we return.
Thomas Jones rushed for 142 yards putting him over the thousand yard mark in Virginia's 38 to 17 win over Wake Forest.
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Anthony Poindexter on the sideline watching the game.
And the defense steps up Big. Wally Rainer steps in front of this Brian Kuklick pass and returns it 48 yards for the score and the Cavaliers took a 7 to nothing lead.
Virginia added to that lead in the second quarter as Jones takes the handoff and dives over the top making it 17 to 6 Cavaliers.
Then quarterback Aaron Brooks drops back to pass
instead he tucks it in makes a good move in the open field and scores on the 38 yard run and the Cavaliers win it 38 to 17.
Ferrum went up to Emory and Henry yesterday and the Wasps get the three to nothing win on a field goal in the fourth quarter.
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The Panther captains walk on the field for the coin toss to start the game.
With the score 0 to 0 Emory's driving however that would come to a sudden halt as Matt Olexy tries to hit Henry Fitzgerald who bobbles the ball and Ferrums Jeremy Farmer comes up with the interception stopping the drive in the second half.
The Wasps would get on the board first when Chris Epperly boots the short field goal to make the score 3 to nothing Emory in the third quarter.
The Panthers had a chance on fourth down with under
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2 minutes left in the game quarterback Brandon Rimes overthorws his receiver and the Wasps get the 3 to nothing win.
William and Mary Pulled out one today beating Hampton 41 to 34.
Hampton came back in the second half tieing the game at 27 to 27 when Caleed Amir takes it up the middle 18 yards for the score in the fourth quarter.
But it was this play that sealed the Indian win. Quarterback Mike Cook hits Chris Rozier with the pass
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he appears to be down but no whistles blew and he takes to the end zone for the 65 yard touchdown and the Indians win it 41 to 34.
Washington and Lee Won today but J-M-U and V-M-I come up short.
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Syracuse reamined unbeaten in the Big East today.
Quarterback Donovan McNabb threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Orangemen beat Pittsburgh 45 to 28.
Here's the rest of the numbers.
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Coming up, We'll go out to Greenhill Park the site of the Ed and Sandy Lee cup the Express was on the road tonight.
And Elliott Sadler wins the A-C Delco 200 Busch race at Rockingham.
The Roanoke Express scored two goals in the last four minutes to force a shootout with the Huntington Blizzard.
And the Express beats the Blizzard 4 to 3 in a shootout.
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You can see you favorite college in action this weekend at Roanoke County's Green Hill Park.
26 schools are represented at the 24th annual Ed and Sandy Lee Cup.
The competition is for the Virginia Rugby Union State Championships.
Over the years the event has grown and the quality of play has improved.
Women's rugby was the second fastest growing sport last year and one reason is that rugby is a game for athletes of all sizes.
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[SUPER=01-Kris Kabza/Virginia Rugby Union President; :04]
[SUPER=01-Nancy Kechner/UVA Coach; :17]
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The men's and the women's championships are Sunday afternoon at Green Hill Park.
Next year Elliott Sadler will drive for the Woods Brothers on the Winston Cup circut. And yesterday he showed them that he can drive.
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Sadler took the lead with 33 laps to go in the A-C Delco 200. He opened a three second lead and held on for the win.
But it was a stop for tires that aided his ride to Victory Lane.
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[SUPER=01-Elliott Sadler/AC Delco 200 Winner; :]
[OUT Q=....victory lane."]
Kevin Lepage finished second.
That's it for sports. Have a great day everybody.
The ghouls and goblins were out early this Halloween ..
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and ready to party at The Halloween Monster Jam Four.
The event was held in the parking lot of the Roanoke Civic Center.
The show's main attraction was singer Taylor Dane who just released a C-D entitled, "Make It Without You."
[IN Q=I FEEL LIKE]
((TAYLOR DANE: I FEEL LIKE I HAVE COME TO MY OWN AS A SINGER, PRODUCER and WRITER. THAT IS THE MOST EXCITING PART OF THIS NEW RECORD FOR ME.))
[OUT Q=RECORD FOR ME]
Other groups including Reel Tight, Sweetbox and Andrea Martin also performed at the event.
It was sponsored by your hometown station WDBJ and W-J-J-S.
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