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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Three decades of service to Virginia Tech come to a close- -with the retirement announcement of University Presi
dent Paul Torgersen.
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[VO-NAT]
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And a prominent person in WEST Virginia politics is a suspect in Bedford County's crack-down of child pornography on the internet.
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[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight in sports we'll have a preview of tonight's ODAC men's championship.
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[VO-NAT]


and Dennis Rodman and his wife Carmen Elecktra hold court in LA to say he's ready to sign with the Lakers.
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[WX-Head]
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Very cold temperatures will blanket the region tonight. All the details are coming up. [open]
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[SUPER=@Keith1;]
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ejo]
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[VO-NAT]

Handshakes for the president Virginia Tech, who announces he's stepping down. Now the state's largest university begins the search for a new leader.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[Tech-President]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#98-74 1:53:27]
[GRAPHIC=Torgersen Stepping Down]


Virginia Tech's 14th president will be retiring at the end of this year. Paul Torgersen made the announcement during today's Board of Visitors meeting.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Teresa/Microwave]

Teresa Hamilton joins us from the Tech campus with the story.
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[SUPER=@Teresa1;]
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( ad lib)
(Rollcue: ...time is right." )
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Paul Torgersen/Va. Tech President; :00 (QUICK!)]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :08]
[SUPER=01-Don Huffman/Board of Visitors; :35]
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[OUT Q="...he's shown."]
[Live=Teresa Full/Microwave]
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[Double Boxes=Keith & Teresa/Microwave]
(KEITH)


How will the university handle the search for the new president?

[Teresa answers][Child-Porn]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=98-79 1:30:58]
[GRAPHIC=Internet Pornography]


It started with a few innocent e-mails.. then, authorities say, the playful banter turned sexually graphic.
As a result, a one-time political bigwig is the latest target of Bedford County's on-line crusade against child pornography.
Steve Smallshow tells us how they got him.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Police say]
[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Melvin Williams/Bedford Co. Investigator; :24]
[SUPER=01-Mike Brown/Bedford Co. Sheriff; :51]
[SUPER=@ssm2; 1:00]
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[OUT Q=News7, Bedford County.]



Police say it started innocently enough.. 58- year- old Thomas Rice exchanged e-mail and even a photograph of himself.. with what he thought was a 13-year- old boy in Bedford County.
After a month, the two agreed to meet.. Rice booked a room at a local motel, then drove to Bedford Elementary School for a face-to-face meeting.
[SOT 10:01:37]

((MELVIN WILLIAMS/BEDFORD CO. INVESTIGATOR: HE THOUGHT THAT HE WAS GOING TO INSTRUCT THIS YOUNG MAN, THIS 13- YEAR- OLD CHILD, ON HOMOSEXUAL ACTS AND THEN ACTUALLY PERFORM SOME OF THOSE ACTS WITH THE JUVENILE.))
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[OUT Q=with the juvenile.]


What Rice didn't know was the "juvenile" was actually an undercover police officer.. a member of Bedford County's on-line investigative unit which targets would-be pedophiles and child pornographers who cruise the Internet.
In just one year, they've made a dozen arrests.
Rice.. a top aide to former West Virginia governor Gaston Caperton.. is their most prominent catch so far.
[SOT 10:06:48]

((MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF: WE DIDN'T TARGET THIS MAN. THIS MAN, HE CAME TO US. HE CAME TO US, I MEAN, CHARGING FULL-STEAM AHEAD.))
[RUNS=08]
[OUT Q=full steam ahead.]


Rice posted a ten- thousand dollar bond while agreeing to surrender his passport and stay off the Internet.
Authorities are now deciding whether to take his case to federal court.

Steve Smallshaw, News7, Bedford County.[Hale]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=98-81 1:15:41]
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A Roanoke teenager- -tried and convicted, for murder, as an adult- -will serve TIME with adults.
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[VO-NAT]
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Sixteen year old Jawawn Ricardo Hale has already been in jail seven months- -an experience he says taught him that he has a lot to learn about life.
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[SOT 15:24:45]

((BUT I KNOW, FOR A FACT, THAT I REGRET TAKING ANOTHER MAN'S LIFE.))
[IN Q=But I know]
[SUPER=01-Jawawn Hale/Defendant]
[RUNS=04]
[OUT Q=another man's life.]
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[VO-NAT]


Hale shot and killed 19-year old Mike Andrews in January of LAST year.
Judge Clifford Weckstein said juvenile detention would be "inappropriate."
He sentenced Hale to serve 14 years in the state pen.
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[Shooting-Arrest]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Police have charged another 16-year-old in a shooting that followed a street brawl last week in southwest Roanoke.

The teenager turned himself in today, and is facing malicious wounding and weapons charges.
The condition of the victim, Rodney Brent McNair, is not being released.
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[Alfred-Martin]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[SUPER=03-Livonia, MI/November;]


Alfred Martin is a free man once again.
He walked away from a Martinsville jail work crew in 19-74, and he remained free until he was cuaght in Michigan late last year.
The state has granted Martin parole, and he walked out of jail shortly after noon.
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[I-81]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#99-1 40:02]
[GRAPHIC=I-81-More Patrols]


Sunday's crackdown on speeders produced a startling number of tickets on Interstate 81, more than 17-hundred between Bristol and Winchester.
And tonight, state police say they are already seeing some improvement.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Joe via Microwave]


Joe Dashiell is in Salem with more on the enforcement effort.
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[SUPER=@Joe1;]
[SUPER=05-Salem;]


Keith, even the troopers were surprised by the numbers, especially since the Virginia Department of Transportation placed portable signs along the highway to warn drivers.
Between Rockbridge and Montgomery counties, troopers cited more than 600 drivers, when they normally would have ticketed about 75.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Twenty four hours after]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-1st Sgt. Frank Duffy/Va. State Police; :15]
[SUPER=01-David Williams/Texas Trucker; :37]
[SUPER=01-Charlotte Burnett/Abingdon Motorist; :45]
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((Twenty four hours after sunday's crackdown, Trooper Jeff Barlow was finding speeders on interstate 81, but they were few and far between.
Nothing close to the numbers on Sunday.... when troopers were out in force and speeders were easy targets.
[SOT DUFFY 12:13:21]
[IN Q=I found that]

((I FOUND THAT NUMEROUS MOTORISTS WERE TICKETED TWICE. THEY'D GET A TICKET IN ONE COUNTY AND THEN GO ON UP THE ROAD AND GET ANOTHER ONE IN ANOTHER COUNTY. IN FACT, THIS HAPPENED IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY IN ABOUT A MILE.))
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1st Sgt. Frank Duffy says the number of summonses shows just how serious the problem has become... an perspective shared by motorists and truckers alike.
[SOT 14:21:50]
[IN Q=People see the construction zone]

((DAVID WILLIAMS/TEXAS TRUCKER: PEOPLE SEE THE CONSTRUCTION ZONE SIGNS AND I'LL SLOW DOWN. AND YET THEY'RE CHUCKLEHEADS. THEY WANT TO GO FLYING ON THROUGH THE CONSTRUCTION.)) ((THE TRAFFIC ALONG HERE IS REALLY DANGEROUS. TRUCKS DRIVING REALLY FAST. AND I PERSONALLY FELT IN DANGER, SO I'M REALLY GLAD TO SEE THAT THEY'RE DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT.))
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[OUT Q=something about it.]))
[Live= Joe Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=05-Salem;]


The State Police say they will keep up the pressure, with repeat performances of Sunday's crackdown.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Joe via Microwave]


Keith, they aren't saying exactly when, but officials are promising they'll be back.[Seatbelts]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=equ]
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Not only is the state upping enforcement on the interstate ... it is closer than ever to enacting a primary enforcement seatbelt bill. For the first time, such a bill has made it to the full House of Delegates.
It would let police pull you over for that offense alone. An estimated 30-percent of Virginia drivers ignore the state's mandatory seatbelt law.


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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A Roanoke civil rights leader says he may have been wrong. The significance of that still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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And who's getting all those apparel jobs leaving Virginia? People like Alicia (Ah-LEE-see-uh). Scott Goldberg takes us across the border, for "Going South".
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Hidden beneath Virginia's strong economy and high employment numbers, there's an industry that's literally going south.
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[*NO SUPER*]
In the last year -- in Southwest Virginia alone -- more than three thousand people who worked in the clothing industry lost their jobs.
And in many cases the companies that let them go are hiring replacement workers ... in Mexico.
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[Anchor=Keith]


Why is this happening? And who's doing the work that used to be done in Virginia?
[two-shot= Keith and Scott]


We sent Scott Goldberg to Mexico to find out.
[Anchor=Scott]
[SUPER=@scott1;]


Keith, in a perfect world, apparel companies say everything would be made in the USA.
But they say it's getting too competitive out there.
So the companies save money using Mexican labor.
[VO-NAT]

[*NO SUPER*]
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Tonight photojournalist Howard Swank and I will introduce you to someone whose job used to be done in America...and to a Virginian who lost her job ... as the apparel industry is going south.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Matamoros, Mexico;00]
[SUPER=01-Alicia Lopez/Apparel Worker;50]
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;1:02]
[SUPER=01-Alice Campbell/Former Apparel Worker;1:20]
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[OUT Q=going south]
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(([SOT ]
[IN Q=natsound]

((matamoros beauty shot)) [RUNS02]
[OUT Q=]


Matamoros Mexico is getting bigger.
The border town, already five times the size of Roanoke, adds thousands of new jobs every year.
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[SOT from inside plant]
[IN Q=]

((QUICK natsound --tight shot of Alicia sewing machine from Novalink 3)) [RUNS01]
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One of those jobs belongs to Alicia Lopez.
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[let her talk for a second or two, then fade down and overlay translation]
[IN Q=en mi caso]

((ALICIA: EN MI CASO ... (Scott): I never worked before, she said. This is my first job. I've been here a year and I like it.)) [RUNS08]
[OUT Q=LIKE IT]

[more sewing]
Before jobs like Alicia's moved south from the United States, they paid more than seven dollars an hour.
In Matamoros, Alicia told us, she gets seven dollars a day. [Alicia and Scott walk into apartment from NOVALINK 4 near 1:36:23]
To pay the rent where she lives -- in a one-room apartment with her sister -- it takes two incomes.
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[SOT novalink 4 -- 1:41:58]
[IN Q=necisitan ustedes]

((SCOTT (asking question): NECISITAN USTEDES EL DINERO DE DOS TRABAJOS? ALICIA: SI. SI, PORQUE ... (Scott): The economic crisis is very big here, she said. And in order to get ahead, we both need to work to cover household expenses. I can't say we have the best. But we're living.)) [RUNS12]
[OUT Q=LIVING]
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[SOT JENIENE/ALICE tape -- 7:30:50]
[IN Q=NATSOUND]

((NATSOUND: kid spills noodles, Alice says "Just have to clean them up.")) [RUNS02]
[OUT Q=them up]


It was 22- years ago that Alice Campbell was starting HER career in sewing...
A career that ended last fall.
Her company could no longer afford to make a line of clothing in America...
And Alice was laid off.
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[SOT "jeniene/alice" tape -- 7:14:37]
[IN Q=it was tough]

((ALICE: IT WAS TOUGH. IT WAS REALLY HARD AT FIRST ... IN MY LIFE, THAT'S ALL I HAD DONE.)) [RUNS09]
[OUT Q=HAD DONE]


Alice lives with her husband and five children in Botetourt County.
Her five-bedroom house may be a world away from Alicia's apartment in Matamoros.
But their stories are bound by a common thread.
Both lives changed when companies stopped sewing in America.
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[SOT "jeniene/alice" tape -- 7:20:15]
[IN Q=are you]

((SCOTT: ARE YOU BITTER? ALICE: NO. NOT AT ALL. I REALLY FEEL IT WAS A BLESSING IN DISGUISE. BECAUSE HAD IT NOT HAPPENED, I WOULDN'T HAVE BEEN ABLE TO GO TO SCHOOL.)) [RUNS13]
[OUT Q=TO SCHOOL]
[Alice in classroom from "classes" tape -- quick 1-second natsot??]


Alice calls her layoff a chance to learn new skills, get a better job and, ultimately, bring home more money.
Alicia calls her life comfortable...
And plans to keep working at the sewing factory.
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[SOT novalink 3 -- 11:37:09]
[IN Q=para siempre]

((SCOTT: PARA SIEMPRE? ALICIA: PUES.. (Scott): Well, I don't know if I'll work here forever, she said. But I plan to work here for a while.)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=A WHILE]


Two lives are going in new directions ... because the apparel industry is going south.))
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[ANCHOR=Scott]


Not everyone would call a layoff a blessing in disguise.
We'll hear from other apparel workers who lost their jobs later this week.
Tomorrow: we'll tell the story behind the layoffs:
Why apparel companies say they have no choice but to send work to Mexico.

[Stocks]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Stocks took off from the start today and never looked back. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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The Dow jumped 213 points .. to close at 95-53. NASDAQ also had a big day, up 59.
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[General Electric/Kroger/Norfolk Southern/Optical Cable/Philip Morris]
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[Roanoke Electric Steel/SunTrust/Trigon/Wachovia/Walmart]

[VA-Abortion]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=Abortion]


The first limit to abortion rights in Virginia since Roe versus Wade is secure.
The U-S Supreme Court today refused to hear a challenge to Virginia's two year old parental notification law.
The law requires pregnant teens to tell a parent before seeking an abortion-- or convince a judge that they'll face abuse from their parents if they do.


[Jeffrey-Carilion]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6p]
[WRITER=djo]
[TAPE#=98-82 59:23]
[GRAPHIC=None]

The leader of Roanoke's NAACP admits he MAY have made a mistake last week, when he told a senate committee that Community Hospital denies treatment to Medicaid patients. David Johnson has the details.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=While lobbying in]
[SUPER=03-Richmond/Last Thursday; :01]
[SUPER=01-Martin Jeffrey/Local NAACP President; :12]
[SUPER=@David1; :24]
[SUPER=01-Beth Myer-Baldwin/Carilion Spokeswoman; :53]



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[OUT Q=Djo, News7.]

(( While lobbying in favor of a surgical facility for the Vistar Eye Center, Martin Jeffrey said the writing is on the wall--literally--regarding Carilion's treatment of minorities and the indigent.
[SOT=01:17:49 TAPE#5-98-37]
[IN Q=THIS IS ABOUT]

((MARTIN JEFFREY/LOCAL NAACP PRESIDENT; THIS IS ABOUT THE FACT THAT IN CARILION'S FACILITY IN DOWNTOWN ROANOKE THERE IS POSTED IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM A SIGN THAT SAYS "WE DO NOT TAKE MEDICAID HERE".)) [RUNS12]
[OUT Q=MEDICAID HERE.]

[STAND-UP/02:53:31] ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; THIS IS THE SIGN JEFFREY WAS REFERRING TO. BUT HOSPITAL OFFICIALS SAY IT READS JUST THE OPPOSITE--THAT THE HOSPITAL CARES FOR MEDICAID AND MEDICARE PATIENTS. UPON REVIEW OF THE SIGN, JEFFREY ADMITS HE MAY HAVE MADE A MISTAKE.)) [RUNS12]
[SOT=02:41:11]
[IN Q=IF IN FACT]

((JEFFREY; IF IN FACT I READ SOMETHING DIFFERENT THAN WHAT IT WAS, MY APOLOGIES TO CARILION.)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=TO CARILION.]

Carilion's spokeswoman says last year alone, 27% of the people treated at Community Hospital were Medicaid patients, 30% for Roanoke Memorial.
[SOT=02:34:46]
[IN Q=THE BOTTOM LINE]

((BETH MYER-BALDWIN/CARILION SPOKESWOMAN; THE BOTTOM LINE IS CARILION HAS ALWAYS TAKEN CARE OF THE COMMUNITY AND WILL CONTINUE TO TAKE CARE OF ALL POPULATIONS, INCLUDING THE MEDICAID POPULATIONS REGARDLESS OF WHAT OTHER CENTERS ARE OUT THERE.)) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=ARE OUT THERE.]

Jeffrey considers Carilion a monopoly and says that is what generated his comments more so that the sign itself. Myer-Baldwin says Carilion treats patients based on their illness--not their race or insurance carrier.

David Johnson, News 7.))[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Coming up tonight in sports, Rodman says he's ready to become a Laker.
It's tourney time for many of the state's colleges this week.
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[VO-NAT]


And tonight the Old Dominion Athletic Conference will crown it's men's tournament champion. Steve Mason visits with coach of the year Tony Shaver when we return.
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[S-ODAC]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-43]
[GRAPHIC=ODAC]


The 23rd ODAC men's basketball tournament championship tonight pits Randolph Macon against Hampden-Sydney at the Salem Civic Center as the Tigers go for the three-peat. Steve Mason and Tigers coach Tony Shaver have more. Steve.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=fist audio]
[SUPER=@Steve1; :00]
[SUPER=01-Tony Shaver/ODAC Coach of the Year; :43]
[RUNS=1:32]
[OUT Q=...lets go back to you"]
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[S-College]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-42]
[GRAPHIC=ODAC]


The ODAC women's basketball tournament opens at the Salem Civic Center on Thursday of this week.
[GRAPHIC=SOUTHERN]


The VMI Keydets will tip things off in the first game of the Southern Conference tournament this Thursday at Noon at the Greensboro Coliseum against Furman.
[graphic=big south]


The Liberty men open the Big South tournament in Asheville, North Carolina Thursday night at 8. The winner of that game will play Radford Friday night in the semi-finals.
As for the Big south women Radford will play Asheville Thursday afternoon. The Liberty Flames are the top seed and they have a first round bye.
[graphic=a-10]


The Tech women closed out their regular season season with a two point win over George Washington yesterday.
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[vo nat eng#]
[super=03-Blacksburg/Yesterday; :00]


The Hokies are 25-and-1 and the top seed in the West. They have a first round bye and don't play until Saturday at Noon against the winner of the Temple-Dayton game.
Thise tournament continues through Monday.
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[talent=mike]
[graphic=acc]


The ACC women's event tips-off at Independence Arena in Charlotte this Friday. The UVa women will play their opener Saturday at 3:30.

[S-Rodman]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=sp-41]
[GRAPHIC=NBA]


Dennis Rodman held a newsconference this afternoon at Planet Hollywood in L.A.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Hollywood, CA; :00]


to announce that he plans to sign with the Lakers possibly, as soon as tonight. Rodman says after taxes he will only make about $200 thousand this season, and he plans to donate $100 thousand of that to charity.
He says his new jersey number will be 73.
He hopes to debut Thursday against the Clippers.
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[S-Wells]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-36 tc 13:10]
[GRAPHIC=MLB]


David Wells, the newest Blue Jay is back in Toronto and the Jays say they plan to keep him.
The pitcher has always been a Yankees fan and says he left part of his heart in the Big Apple.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=A childhood dream]

(())
[SUPER=01-David Wells/Toronto Blue Jays Pitcher;]
[RUNS=13]
[OUT Q=move on]
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[ANchor=Mike]
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Wells began his major league career with the Blue Jays in 1987.
Toronto manager Gord Ash says he has no intention of trading Wells.
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[Cheap-Gas]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=Gas Prices Down]


Bellbottoms have made a comeback, so why not another relic of the '70's.. cheap gas?
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.]


To attract customers to the newly-opened Sheetz Gas Station in New London, "87" octane unleaded gas is selling for just 69 cents a gallon.
That's six cents cheaper than its neighbors.
Nationwide, the average price of all gasoline has dipped below one dollar for the first time in decades. (------------) However, experts expect prices to increase again this spring.