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The right-to-die issue finds sisters on opposite sides of the debate in Richmond.
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And the arguments of an African- American lawyer on behalf of a member of the Ku Klux Klan charged with cross burning.
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Tonight on News 7 sports - Steve Mason checks in from Richmond with a pregame report on tonight's Tech-UVa game.
The Express loses a key element.
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And the Earnhardt's are gearing up to race against each other next month in the Daytona.
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I should have taken Keith's offer last night to put money on that 70 degree forecast. The Roanoke airport hit 75...a record. Details ahead. [open]
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((MICHELE FINN/HUGH FINN'S WIDOW: SOME PEOPLE WOULD CALL ME NAMES. BUT HE THOUGHT IT WAS THE RIGHT THING TO DO.))
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((ELAINE GLAZIER/MICHELE FINN'S SISTER: HE WAS CRUELLY STARVED TO DEATH. HUGH WAS DEEMED EXPENDABLE AND THREE FAMILIES WERE DECIMATED.))08
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The death of Hugh Finn continues to tear a family apart-- in front of Virginia state senators.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Hugh-Finn]


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Hugh Finn died in October in a Virginia nursing home.
But the legal fees incurred by his widow in her fight with the Governor to end his life are now the domain of the Virginia General Assembly.
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Ellen Qualls is at the State Capitol with more.
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Keith, it's an issue that people either love or hate Governor Jim Gilmore for:
fighting a comatose man's wife in court to keep her from ending his life after three and a half years in a coma.
Today, both sides of Hugh Finn's family brought the tragic drama to Richmond.
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((SEN. DICK SASLAW: YOU'VE NEVER HEARD ANYTHING LIKE THIS IN YOUR LIFE.))
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Senator Dick Saslaw has a bill that would reimburse Michele Finn for 48-thousand dollars-- what she spent on legal fees AFTER the state started to fight her to extend her husband's life.
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((MICHELE FINN: PUBLIC OFFICIALS ARE ENTRUSTED...MAKE AND CHANGE LAWS.))
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But Michele Finn's own sister says the feeding tube was prematurely pulled from her brother-in-law.
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((ELAINE GLAZIER: THOSE OF US WHO KNEW AND LOVED HUGH...HIS LAST WISH: HIS LIFE.))
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((SEN. DICK SASLAW: I MEAN I DON'T KNOW HOW ELSE TO PUT THIS... ARE YOU ACCUSING YOUR SISTER OF MURDERING HIM? ELAINE GLAZIER: I'M SAYING THAT HUGH WAS COGNITIVE.))
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For the Governor-- who's still appealing a judge's order to reimburse Michele Finn-- this hearing reminds Virginians of a very tough issue.
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((MICHELE FINN: DELEGATE MARSHALL WAS QUOTED AS SAYING "THIS IS AS MONSTROUS..tears ...MENTAL HOSPITALS.))
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The decision on whether this reimbursement bill will go anywhere has NOT yet been made.
There is another bill that would change the law to keep family members from deciding on when to withhold care in the absence of a living will.

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Burning a cross is illegal in Virginia, under most circumstances. But a black attorney representing the K-K-K member charged with breaking that law in Carroll last summer is urging a judge to re-think the state law.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Teresa/Starlink]

Teresa Hamilton was in court today and joins us from Hillsville the latest on the case that is making national headlines.
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A combination of dirt, rock, and trees is blocking a roadway in Carroll County. That means some long detours to get anywhere. [TAKE MAP FULL SCREEN]
It happened in the Lambsburg area, near the point where Interstate-77 crosses the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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A large rockslide is to blame for the problem.
The rock wall came crashing down onto Route 620 in the Southern section of the County early Monday morning.
This morning numerous spectators came out to see the damage.
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V-DOT says it'll need about a month to remove the debris and re-open the road.

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The Wilderness Leadership Academy is no longer under state scrutiny--at least for now.
Today the State Department of Education gave it a passing grade.
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State officials were inspecting renovations and improvements made at the school in the last year.
It follows a report made about a year ago that labelled the school as "unsafe" and "unsanitary".
Today academy officials got word they passed the inspection in all categories.
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((COL. GENE NERVO/FOUNDER: I'M MOSTLY PLEASED FOR THE STUDENTS AND I'M ALSO PLEASED FOR THE STAFF BECAUSE OF THE WORK THEY'VE PUT INTO THIS. I'VE GOT A VERY DEDICATED STAFF AND OF COURSE A VERY LOYAL STAFF TO STAY WITH US THROUGH THIS VERY STRESSFUL PERIOD. AND, IT HAS BEEN STRESSFUL.))
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State officials gave the school a license to operate for another year.
Meanwhile Academy officials say their enrollment has once again peaked after a sharp drop following state officials' initial report.
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A textile factory is closing down, and foreign imports are blamed. That story is still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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And speaking of imports, some Tech students want to know whether University apparel is made in foreign sweatshops?


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Competition in the clothing industry is forcing companies to find ways to cut costs.
Some are using cheap foreign labor.
But some Virginia Tech students say that cheap labor comes at a high price, and as Scott Goldbeg reports, they want their university to set an example .. and send a message.
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They said it wasn't a protest.
They were just trying to raise awareness about companies that make clothes -- and make the people who sew those clothes work in awful conditions.
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((MELISSA DUVALL/STUDENT ORGANIZER: SWEATSHOPS ... IT, IT VIOLATES HUMAN BEINGS!))
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[code of conduct signs at 20:27:24]
The students want Tech's administrators to write up a code of conduct. [clothing shots]
It would ask for a promise from any company making clothes bearing Tech's name:
A promise not to abuse workers.
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((DAVID FERGUSON/STUDENT ORGANIZER: WHAT CORPORATIONS DO IS THEY JUST THINK ABOUT THE BOTTOM LINE AND THEY DON'T THINK ABOUT WHAT'S INVOLVED.))
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((SCOTT GOLDBERG/REPORTER: THE STUDENTS AREN'T REALLY FIGHTING THE COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION AS MUCH AS THEY ARE AMERICAN CONSUMERS, WHO ARE MORE LIKELY TO LOOK AT THE COST OF CLOTHES THAN WHERE THEY WERE MADE. AND EVEN THE STUDENTS WHO ORGANIZED THIS RALLY ADMIT THEY WOULDN'T KNOW IF THE CLOTHES THEY'RE WEARING TODAY WERE MADE UNDER CONDITIONS THEY WOULD CONSIDER DEPLORABLE.))
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((MELISSA: THAT'S WHY WE WANT FULL DISCLOSURE, TO MAKE SURE WE DO KNOW WHEN PRODUCTS ARE MADE AND FIND OUT IF THEY WERE MADE IN SWEATSHOPS.))
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Professor Marjorie Norton -- an expert on the apparel industry -- said major universities are in a good position to send a moral message.
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((MARJORIE NORTON: THEY HAVE A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF STATUS AND PERHAPS POWER TO INFLUENCE MANUFACTURING IN SWEATSHOPS.))
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Tech's administration said it agrees in principle with its students.
And it's working on a way to make sure Tech gear, like sweatshirts, aren't made in sweatshops.

Scott Goldberg, News-7, Blacksburg. [Burlington]


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The surge of lower-price Asian garment imports means more textile layoffs for our region.
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Burlington Industries is closing seven U-S plants, including this one in Hillsville. 160 workers will lose their jobs when the plant closes July first. Overall, Burlington is eliminating 29-hundred jobs.
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Norfolk Southern reported low earnings for the foutrth quarter, but that's not necessarily bad news.
N-S reported today its net income for the last three months of 19-98 was 160-million dollars.
Earnings for the fourth quarter would have been 34-million dollars higher if it weren't money spent on the upcoming Conrail merger.
The low earnings met Wall Street expectations.
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A turnaround on Wall Street today... to the down side. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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The Dow lost 124 points, about what it gained yesterday. NASDAQ dropped 26 points.

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Most members of the U-S Senate are determined to take a vote- -UP or DOWN- -on whether to remove the President from office- -but not before they hear from witnesses.
Virginia's senators followed party lines in two votes.
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The Senate today rejected a motion to dismiss the case against President Clinton.
Three witnesses- -including Monica Lewinsky- -will be interviewed under oath, in private.
The Senate will then decide whether they should testify in public session. [Take Pinnacle Page] Virginia Democrat Chuck Robb voted to dismiss the articles of impeachment.
Republican John Warner against the motion to dismiss. [Next Page]
Their votes were also opposed to one another on witnesses... Robb against witnesses; Warner in favor.
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An overturned gasoline tanker is still blocking traffic on Route 220 near Fincastle.
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The accident happened about 9:30 this morning. There was no explosion or fire, and no one was hurt.
But the wreck is blocking both northbound lanes.
Traffic is being diverted into a southbound lane for now.
Authorities expect to have things back to normal sometime after midnight.
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Coming your way tonight in sports. The Earnhardts will race against each other in Daytona next month.
The Exress loses Duane Harmer.
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And Steve Mason checks in from Richmond with a report on tonight's UVa-Tech game at the Coliseum.
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In less than an hour, Virginia Tech and Virginia will tip it off at the Richmond Coliseum in their 113th meeting on the hard wood. Steve Mason and photographer Greg Moore are in the state's captitol and have a pregame report, Steve.

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((STEVE MASON:)) ((PETE GILLEN/UVA HEAD COACH:))
((Gillen and his top scorer freshman guard Chris Williams are getting their first taste of this instate rivarly. The Cavs are 1 and 6 in their last seven after a cold shooting performance Saturday against Georgia Tech. But Willie Dersch proved with his 18 points that the Cavs can step up.
With Roland Roberts and Russ Wheeler ,the 6 and 10 Hokies will try and take advantage of their muscle inside. Tech is counting on a UVa press. The Hokies, who have 288 turnovers this season, will have to turn pressure into points and respect the Cavalier shooters.)) ((:))
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Radford has won three games in a row equaling its longest winning streak of the season.
Tonight at the Dedmon Center the Highlanders will host High Point, the newest member of the Big South conference.

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Tip off tonight at the Dedmon Center is 7-thirty.
And in Lynchburg, The Flames host Elon, also a new member in the conference.
They'll tip it off at 7-thirty at the Vines Center.


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The VMI Keydets are home tonight playing their next door neighbors from Buena Vista, Southern Virginia College. Thate game tips off at seven.

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The number one team in the ODAC and the south region, the Hampden-Sydney Tigers will be back on the court tonight for the first time since suffering their only loss of the season.
Tonight they host W&L. Highlights of this one, as well tonight at 11.


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There is also a huge game in the ACC tonight as second ranked Duke hosts 10th ranked North Carolina in Durham.
The Blue Devils are favored but remember - Duke has lost 10 of its last 12 games with the Tarheels.

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A numbe rof NASCAR teams including Rick Mast's new crew with Cale Yarborough Motorsports are testing today in Talladega.
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This afternoon the International Race of Champions field for the upcoming race season was set.
Fans take note, because Dale Earnhardt and his son Dale Jr. have accepted invitations to drive in the four race series starting February 12th in Daytona.
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The Roanoke Express closed out its home schedule for the month of January last night by scoring seven goals.
But today the team lost one of its top defensman.
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Duane Harmer was called up by the Lowell Lochmonsters this afternoon.
He has played in 28 games this season with 16 points and 41 penalty minutes.
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With today's shortage of Catholic priests, will they be there in times of crisis?
[Double Boxes=Keith & Tina/Microwave]


Tina Tenret is at St. Andrew's Catholic Church in Roanoke with a preview of the next installment of: "God's Calling".
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Keith probably the best way to show why Catholic priests are valuable even to non-Catholics is to drop in on Delegate Vic Thomas' family.
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Tom and Shari Thomas's three-year-old son drowned in Smith Mountain Lake last year.
Then, they lost another son in childbirth.
Both times a Catholic priest helped them cope.
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((WHAT I REALLY LIKED ABOUT IT WAS THAT HE DIDN'T JUDGE THE FACT THAT I COULD GET REAL ANGRY WITH GOD AND HE SAID, YOU KNOW YOU MUST BE FEELING, I WOULD FEEL INCREDIBLY ANGRY. HE JUST IDENTIFIED WITH MY FEELINGS AND DIDN'T JUDGE THEM.))


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Tonight -- sit down with the Thomases and hear why we may wind up missing Catholic priests -- no matter what our faith. [TAKE FULL SCREEN]


Our series, God's Calling, continues tonight on News7 at Eleven.[Close]


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