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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Andrew Freiden
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It's Saturday February 6-th. And Welcome to New-7 Saturday Morning. There's lots of news and sports ahead, but first let's get a peek at the weather.
[ANCHOR=Andrew]
[ESS-C/FULL=]"WEATHER STORY"
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[11Dan-River-Gun]


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[GRAPHIC=Weapons in School (4516)]


A Southside student brought a gun to school and it accidentally went off.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co.;]


It happened in this classroom at Dan River High School in Ringgold yesterday.
The unnamed 16-year old had the .22-caliber handgun in his book bag.
While he was getting something in his bag, the gun went off.
The bullet hit an empty chair and landed on the floor.
The teen slightly injured his finger, but no one else was hurt.
School administrators took the student and the gun to a secure location until the authorities arrived.
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[IN Q=We live with this fear]

(( WE HAVE THE CHARGE OF HAVING SAFE SCHOOLS. WE UNDERSTAND THAT THESE THINGS CAN HAPPEN BUT WHEN IT HITS YOU IT SHAKES YOU UP. THE ONLY THING WE CAN DO IS REVIEW OUR PROCEDURES, CERTAINLY HAVE DIALOGUE WITH OUR COMMUNITY WITH OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT.))
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[OUT Q=with our law enforcement.]
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The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Department isn't sure why the student brought the gun to school in the first place.
The student will face weapons charges in juvenile court.


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A special prosecutor is still deciding what to do with the case of an accidental shooting involving a Danville judge and a police officer.
Judge James Ingram and Lieutenant Barry Creasy were target practicing January 16th when a round from Ingram's gun slightly wounded Creasy in the wrist and stomach.
Amherst County commonwealth's attorney Ed Meeks spoke with the case investigator yesterday but says it will be Monday before he decides whether any charges should be filed.

[11Wintergreen]


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Nine condominium units were damaged from a fire at the Wintergreen Resort in Nelson County.
The blaze broke out at a high rise condominium at about seven thirty last night.
Firefighters had the it under control by eleven and contained to six units.
Resort officials say three other units were likely damaged by smoke.
No one was hurt, but an undetermined number of people were evactuated from all 18 units of in the resort's Three Ridges codominium complex.




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The Jordanian Parliament has declared King Hussein unfit to rule.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Amman, Jordan;]


His eldest son is now leading Jordan.
The cabinet officially transferred power today.
63 year old King Hussein is on his deathbed with cancer.
Sources say his brain has stopped functioning and his liver and kidneys have failed.
He is being kept alive by a respirator.
Hussein's 37 year old son will be elevated to the throne following the death of the King.
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[Impeachment]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Senate Trial]


The President's Impeachment trial continues today in the Senate.
Some senators are looking at the possibility of slapping Clinton with a censure.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Washington DC;]


No one in Congress believes the president is likely to be convicted next week on the impeachment charges.
But many senators are uncomfortable leaving it at that point.
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((SEN. JOSEPH LIEBERMAN/D-CT THE CENSURE SHOULD DEAL UNEQUIVOCALLY NOT ONLY WITH, NOT ONLY THE PRESIDENT'S PERSONAL BEHAVIOR -- BUT ALSO WITH HIS BEHAVIOR IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM. REP. LINDSEY GRAHAM/R-SOUTH CAROLINA :I KNOW THE DYE IS CAST PROBABLY IN TERMS OF THE OVERALL VOTE IN NUMBERS. BUT I DO BELIEVE THAT THERE ARE A HANDFUL OF SENATORS BASED ON PUBLIC COMMENTS THAT BELIEVE THE PRESIDENT MAY IN FACT HAVE COMMITTED CRIMES.))
[super=01-Sen. Joseph Lieberman/(D) Connecticut; :00]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Lindsey Graham/(R) South Carolina; :11]
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[OUT Q=crimes committed]
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[VO-NAT]


The senate view the videotaped testimonies of Monica Lewinsky, Vernon Jordan and Sidney Blumenthal today.
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[RUNS 1:00]
"She's All That" Miramax

Other than the ridiculous 'means-nothing' title and the fact that these 'teenagers' don't exist outside some California fantasy, "She's all That" is actually a pleasant teen romance.
Freddie Prinze Jr. shows promise and screen presence as Zach, big man on campus at Harrison High School, one of those upper class California schools that appear in all recent teen movies. It's nearing the end of senior year and everyone's gearing up for the prom. Unfortunately for Zach, his steady girl, Taylor, the shallowest female in recent history, met one of the minor cast members from "Real Life" while on spring break and dumps Zach with just a few weeks to prom time.
Zach insists he can make any girl at the high school prom queen in the time left to prom, and a so-called friend dares him to do it, but he gets to pick the girl. Enter Lainie, (Rachael Leigh Cook)an intense art student from a middle class family, a real mis-fit in this 'image is everything' environment. Lainie is a solitary type and when Zach starts showing an interest in her, she wants nothing to do with him or his snobbish friends. But Zach perserveres, and with his sister's (Anna Pacquin's) help, Lainie blossoms into a very pretty girl looking like a younger Winona Ryder. Zach falls for her but doesn't realize it until it's almost too late.
"She's All That" is ultimately predictable, but has a few surprises along the way. It gets a B-.

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[11Glass-Search]


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A surprise search of a Lynchburg high school yesterday morning turned up "no" illegal drugs or contraband.
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Ten K-9 units were called to E-C Glass High School after officials say they learned there could be illegal substances on campus.
But a search of classrooms, lockers and parking lots did not uncover any drugs.
The school was locked down for about ninety minutes while authorities conducted the sweep.
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[11Lex-Books]


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[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=sta]
[TAPE#=99-7 17:11]
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The parents of a Lexington fifth grader say some of the books their daughter has to read for school aren't wholesome.
And, they say officials at Harrington (Wa-DELL) Waddell Elementary School shoudn NOT require children to read them.


Stacey Martin has the story.
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[OUT Q=SM, News 7.]

((Joan and Bucky Joyce weren't too aware of what books their fifth grade daughter's teacher required her to read until, "The Egypt Game" came along, and "Jennifer, HeCate, MacBeth, William McKinley and Me, Elizabeth"--which includes references to witchcraft.
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[IN Q=Although it's couched]

((JOAN & BUCKY JOYCE: ALTHOUGH IT'S COUCHED IN CUTSEY, CHILDISH TERMS AS IF THEY WERE JUST DABBLING AND PLAYING, IT RAISED OUR CONCERNS, BECAUSE WE THOUGHT IT MIGHT LEAD TO AN INTEREST IN THE OCCULT AND LEAD KIDS TO START DABBLING IN THAT.))
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The Joyce's have now filed an official complaint with the school challenging the decision to include the books as "instructional material".
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[IN Q=One of the things]

((JOAN & BUCKY JOYCE:ONE OF THE THINGS WE REALLY WOULD LIKE TO SEE CHILDREN READING IS SOME OF THE CLASSICS, SOME WHOLESOME READING--BOOKS THAT GIVE CHILDREN COURAGE AND FAITH AND HOPE.))
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But, the school's principal says the real issue is protecting the rights of other children to read those books as well.
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[IN Q=They really do have]

((MARY ATTHOWE/PRINCIPAL: THEY REALLY DO HAVE A RIGHT AND EVERY PARENT HAS A RIGHT TO SAY WHAT HAPPENS TO THEIR CHILD BUT THEY REALLY--UNLESS THEY GO THROUGH A PARTICULAR PROCESS CAN'T SAY WHAT HAPPENS TO OTHER CHILDREN WITHIN THE SYSTEM.))
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The principal now plans to form a committee to read the two books and decide in they're inappropriate for children.


In the meantime, shes says the books will remain on the required reading list for most fifth graders. Stacey Martin, News 7.))


[11UVA-Name]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=98-82 46:16]
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The debate is over... Clinch Valley college will now be "University of Virginia's College at Wise."
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/File Tape;]


Yesterday, U-V-A ended its campaign to fight changing the name of its branch.
Supporters of the change are looking to the future.
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[SOT 13:04:08]
[In-Q=Well you know]

((DEL. TERRY KILGORE/R-SCOTT CO.: WELL YOU KNOW, SOME OF THE THINGS THAT WERE SAID DURING THE PROCESS, IT WAS DIFFICULT. BUT I THINK WE'RE BIG ENOUGH PEOPLE WE CAN GET OVER THAT, AND NOW GO BACK AND TRY TO WORK TOWARD MAKING UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA COLLEGE AT WISE A GREAT PLACE.))
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[OUT Q=great place.]
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[VO-NAT]


Clinch Valley College has been a branch of U-V-A since 1954.
But college officials want to emphasize the school's connection to Charlottesville with the name change.
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[Sports]


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In sports, high school, college and pro basketball dominate Steve Mason's report.
Here he is with all the highlights.
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[Sports-plays]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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On the ice, the Colorado Avalanche set a franchise record winning its 11th straight game last night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Detroit, MI/NHL-ESPN;]


The game was a milestone for Detroit's Larry Murphy as well. It was his 14-hundred-47th game, the most of any defenseman.
Colorado Goalie Patrick Roy notched his 400th win. He leads all active net-minders.
And The Avalanche go on to beat the Red Wings three to one.
[super=03-Edmonton/NHL-CTV;]


In Canada, Todd Reiden with the slapshot, the Oilers win the struggle infront of the net and Josef Beranek gets credit for the score.
Nashville on the power play this time as Jamie Heward puts the Predators on the board. It's three to one Edmonton at this point.
But the Oilers double Nashville, Mike Grier gets the empty net goal and Emdonton beats the Predators four to two.
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We're right in the middle of soup season-- Sit back, relax and enjoy a warm cup of a colorful, flavorful, and healthy soup.

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If you are interested in this recipe send us a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the address on your screen or you can check out our web site under the weekend morning's section. And, don't forget if you'd like to cook your family recipe on the weekend diner, send in a note with your recipe, name, address and phone number.
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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
[ANCHOR=Andrew]


And I'm Andrew Freiden
[ANCHOR=Denise]


It's (time) on Saturday February 6-th . Welcome back to News-7 Saturday morning.
[ANCHOR=Andrew]
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[11Pulaski-Robbery]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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Police are still on the looking for the man that robbed a Pulaski bank.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pulaski;]

Police say the man was wearing a ball cap, but not a ski mask when he entered the Community National Bank at around 9-30 yesterday morning.
Once he got inside the suspect stood in line and talked to a customer before approaching the teller with a note demanding cash.
Police say the note indicated the man was armed but the teller did not see a gun.
The robber is described as a white male, 30 to 40 years old, with grayish-blond hair.
He was wearing blue jeans and an army jacket.
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[11Eck]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=Michael Eck]


A former Virginia Tech student will spend the next five years in prison.
Michael Eck has been convicted for downloading child pornography from the internet in his dorm room.
Eck pled guilty last month to seven counts of transporting and posessing sexual images of children.
Eck was convicted of sexual abuse of a child in 1994-
Taking that into consideration, yesterday the judge sentenced the 30-year old to serve 5 years in prison, pay a 1-thousand dollar fine and forfeit his computer equipment.




[11Rainbow-Murder]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=99-9 17:43]
[GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation]


A confession from a serial killer freed Jacob Beard from prison, but it now appears likely that Beard will face a new trial later this year.
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[VO-NAT]


Beard is now at home in Florida, enjoying his first taste of freedom in five years.
[SUPER=03-Pocahontas Co.]


He was sentenced to two life terms for the murders of Vicki Durian and Nancy Santomero, two young women who were hitchhiking to a Rainbow Family Gathering in the summer of 1980.
Beard was freed last month after a judge overturned his conviction, and now prosecuting attorney Walt Weiford (WY-ford) is deciding whether to try him again.
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[IN Q=There are a lot of people]

((WALT WEIFORD/PROSECUTING ATTORNEY: THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE OUT THERE WITH INFORMATION WHO ARE AFRAID TO REVEAL WHAT THEY KNOW. PART OF WHAT WE'RE DOING AT THIS POINT IS IDENTIFYING WHO THOSE PEOPLE ARE AND WE'RE LEARNING NEW THINGS EVERY DAY.))
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[VO-NAT]


Weiford says he remains convinced that Beard is the man responsible for the Rainbow murders.
As for the confession by white supremacist and death row inmate Joseph Paul Franklin, Weiford says inconsistencies in his statements raise serious questions about his credibility.
If Weiford decides to move forward, he says Jacob Beard could face a new trial sometime next summer.
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[11Open-Container]


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[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=THa]
[TAPE#=98-77 1:12:14]
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Over the past five years, Radford police have charged countless residents and college students for having an open container of alcohol in public- but it's actually NOT illegal.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem;]


Attorney Steven Helm of Salem discovered the discrepancy after agreeing to represent a Radford University student who was charged with breaking the law last fall.
The ordinance has been on the books in Radford since 1991.
[SUPER=03-Radford;]


But it became invalid in 1993 when the general assembly repealed the legislation that the law was based on.
To keep the ordinance valid, Radford City council could have updated the ordinance.
Helms says even the judge who eventually dismissed the charge was surprised to learn of the discrepancy.
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[STEVEN HELMS/ATTONREY:MY RECOLLECTION OF IT WAS THAT HIS EYEBROWS WERE RAISED AND HE IMMEDIATELY LOOKED AT THE COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY AND WAS VERY SURPRISED, IT WAS EXACTY THE REACTION I WAS LOOKING FOR.]
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Radford's Assistant City Attorney Sarah Kirby says the convictions will stand for those prosecuted over the past five years.
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[SARAH KIRBY/RADFORD ASSISTANT ATTY.:AT THE POINT AND TIME THAT THEY WERE CONVICTED UNDER THAT PARTICULAR STATUE, THE STATUTE IS DEEMED TO BE VALID.]
[SUPER=01-Sarah Y. M. Kirby/Assistant City Attorney; ]
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[OUT Q=to be valid.]
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[VO-NAT]


Radford's Mayor says city council could correct the problem with the ordinance as early as Monday.
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[11Food-Tax]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=99-3 33:55]
[GRAPHIC=Food Tax]


Virginia's Senate has finally signed off on a cut in the sales tax on groceries.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond;]


But the bill approved yesterday in the upper chamber is a slower phase-out than Montgomery County's Madison Marye wanted.
Marye estimated his bill would save the average Virginia family 156 dollars a year.
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[IN Q=And I]

((SEN. MADISON MARYE/D-SHAWSVILLE: AND I THINK THAT'S REAL TAX RELIEF. THAT'S TAX RELIEF ... PUT IT IN THE BANK IF YOU SAVE IT.))
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But Republicans, led by Botetourt's Bo Trumbo, say Virginia can't afford to phase the tax out too quickly-- AND continue to phase out the car tax.
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[IN Q=Where you]

((SEN. BO TRUMBO/R-FINCASTLE: WHERE YOU GONNA CUT? WHO YOU GONNA STAND UP ON THE SPEECHES AND THE STUMPS ON THE HUSTINGS IN NOVEMBER AND SAY I CUT YOU!))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The Republican version, supported by Governor Jim Gilmore, would start the phase-out of the food tax in January of next year.
The plan now faces scrutiny the House of Delegates-- which is evenly divided between the parties.

[Car-Recall]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=dal]
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The Newest models of Volkswagens are being recalled.
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[VO-NAT]

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The automaker says sound-absorbing material in the doors of its 1999 Jetta and Golf four-door models may have been improperly installed and could catch fire.
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[Anchor=Denise]


The recall involves more than 85-hundred cars in the United States. Owners will be notified by mail.
V-W says it is unaware of any accidents or injuries due to the problem. [
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[11Thermal-Cameras]


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It's technology that can save lives, but the city of Lynchburg's fire department can not afford to buy it.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Thermal imaging cameras help firefighters find victims in smoky, burning buildings.
But the cameras cost close to 20-thousand dollars apiece.. so Lynchburg resident Bev Lowry is determined to raise the money to buy them.
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[IN Q=If we have]

((BEV LOWRY/"EYES FOR LIFE" CAMPAIGN: IF WE HAVE THE TECHNOLOGY, WHY CAN'T WE HAVE THE CAMERAS? I CAN GET REALLY PASSIONATE ABOUT THIS, BECAUSE I FEEL LIKE WE SHOULDN'T LOSE ONE ELDERLY PERSON, WE SHOULDN'T LOSE ONE CHILD, THEY NEED TO BE SAVED.))
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[OUT Q=need to be saved.]
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Lowry has raised just five thousand dollars so far.
She says a city with four colleges and hundreds of large businesses can't afford NOT to donate to her cause.
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[11Bone-Marrow]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#=99-1 20:53]
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A 9- year old Martinsville girl needs a bone marrow transplant to cure her leukemia.
So her hometown is organizing a major effort to find a suitable donor.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Durham, NC;]


Kandis Joyce was diagnosed with leukemia in December 1997.
She and her foster parents uprooted their lives in Martinsville to move her closer to Duke University Medical Center for treatment.
Kandis recently underwent a cord blood transplant, but a bone marrow transplant would give her a better shot at beating the disease.
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[IN Q=You know anything you can]

((TERRI WHEELER/KANDIS' MOM: YOU KNOW ANYTHING YOU CAN DO YOU WILL DO. YOU JUST KIND OF TAKE IT ONE DAY AT A TIME AND SAY WE'LL GET THROUGH THIS DAY AND THEN WORRY ABOUT TOMORROW WHEN IT GETS HERE.))
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[OUT Q=when it gets here.]
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If you'd like to be tested to become a bone marrow donor, Kandis' friends and neighbors are organizing a bone marrow typing drive scheduled for next Thursday at the National Guard Armory in Martinsville.
The blood test costs 75-dollars, but local businesses and organizations have agreed to sponsor some people.
All minorities can be tested for FREE because there is a great need for minority donors.
For more information call 540-666-1298.






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Chocolate- coated lollipops, peanut butter fudge cups...
Just a couple of the tempting treats you'll find during a visit to Nancy's Homemade Fudge Factory.
In this week's "Time Off", Kimberly McBroom takes us to the SWEETEST spot in Meadows of Dan.
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((NANCY GALLI/NANCY'S HOMEMADE FUDGE: BASICALLY, WHAT HE STARTS WITH IS-- THIS IS 300 POUNDS AND HE DOES 300 POUNDS AT A TIME AND HE STARTS WITH SUGAR, LOTS AND LOTS OF SUGAR. WE START WITH BUTTER AND CREAM. WE DO USE HEAVY WHIPPING CREAM...)) [RUNS:12]
If you're on a diet, you'd better not stop here...
For the last 10 years, Nancy Galli has been the creative force behind these sweet concoctions...
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((NANCY GALLI/NANCY'S HOMEMADE FUDGE: AS I ALWAYS SAY, I HAVE A VERY BIG SWEET TOOTH. I'VE ALWAYS HAD A BIG SWEET TOOTH.)) [RUNS:04]
Nancy's Homemade Fudge Factory is one of only a couple wholesale manufacturing candy companies IN Virginia.
Over the years, it's become quite popular with people travelling along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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((NANCY GALLI/NANCY'S HOMEMADE FUDGE: THEY SEE THE SIGN AND THEY SAY, "AH! CANDY FACTORY!" THEY HAVE TO STOP AND SEE AND HAVE A TASTE. SO, YES, WE SEE LOTS OF PEOPLE COMING OFF THE PARKWAY AND LOTS OF PEOPLE JUST DRIVING THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS. IT'S A BEAUTIFUL AREA, MEADOWS OF DAN IS JUST A GORGEOUS LITTLE PLACE. PEOPLE LIKE TO COME AND JUST VISIT.))
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Galli opened her retail store in the factory four years ago...but most of her business still comes from shipping.
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((NANCY GALLI/NANCY'S HOMEMADE FUDGE: WE SELL ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. WE HAVE A FEW CUSTOMERS IN CANADA. WE DO HAVE ONE IN BERMUDA, WHICH WOULD BE A GREAT SALES CALL. WE HAVE A CUSTOMER OR TWO IN MEXICO.)) [RUNS:11]
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: THIS SPRING, NANCY'S CUSTOMERS WILL HAVE A BIGGER PLACE TO SATISFY THEIR SWEET TOOTH. THIS NEW FACTORY UNDER CONSTRUCTION WILL BE LARGE ENOUGH TO ALLOW CUSTOMERS TO SEE THE ENTIRE CANDY-MAKING PROCESS, AND IS EXPECTED TO SWEETEN SALES BY 25 TO 50 PERCENT.)) [RUNS:15]
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((NANCY GALLI/NANCY'S HOMEMADE FUDGE: RIGHT NOW, THE STORE IS A SMALL STORE. THEY CAN COME IN AND BUY WHATEVER THEY LIKE AND HAVE A TASTE OF WHATEVER THEY LIKE TO SAMPLE. BUT THEY CAN ONLY LOOK THROUGH ONE LARGE WINDOW AND THEY CAN ONLY SEE THE FUDGE BEING MADE.)) [RUNS:11]
In the new facility, candy lovers will get to see all that goes into making their favorites like caramel turtles and amaretto coffee spoons.
And just to "sugar- coat" it even more, Galli is also planning on a video tracing the HISTORY of candy.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Meadows of Dan. ))





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In sports, the Express lose at the round house and the Lady Hokies avenge their only loss of the season.
Steve Mason has the details.
Good Morning Steve.
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It's not made of gold, but if you're in search of a spiritual treasure, it can be found on a hill just to the right of Route-460 East.
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Mount Moriah Baptist Church is valued as the oldest church in the Roanoke Valley. The clerk of the historic site says it was built in 1858 by slaves.
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((THOMPSON; THE DEACONS BUILT THIS CHURCH WITHOUT THE AID OF A PASTOR AT THAT TIME BUT THEY WERE STILL HAVING SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES.))
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You can learn more about the church and it's history. Join us tomorrow morning for our segment "Virginia Profiles" on News 7 Sunday Morning.

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Daytona Speedweeks ut the Winston Cup stars back in the racing spotlight this weekend.
And Mike Stevens is here to outline the schedule of events coming up on Your Hometown Station this afternoon and tomorrow.
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