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Next on News 7-
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Snow around the region tonight- backs up traffic and closes schools- A news 7 Crew was stuck in one backup. We'll have two reports plus school closings.
Meanwhile Patrick Evans is in the Peruvian rainforest- We'll tell you what he's up to.
And thousands of layoffs come to one big bank-
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A fast-moving snow storm blasts the higher elevations, covering roads and stranding school children in Southwest Virginia.
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Winter weather is again wreaking havoc on our area.
Robin Reed will have the latest forecast coming up-
But first- our news 7 sports crews got caught in the storm.
The crew was on it's way for the ACC men's basketball tournament in Charlotte, North Carolina today and never made it.
They witnessed accidents and traffic backups that left children stranded for over four hours in Carroll County.

Steve Mason and Photographer Greg Moore have the Interstate-77 details.
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Weather conditions were at their worst in the higher elevations, though VDOT expects some problems in the valley as well.
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Eric Earnhart joins us with details. [take eric live]
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[WX1] [11:00pm] [Date 3/3/99] [TOSS FROM ERIC] [CK/WXPRO]Snow Weather Maps Climate Data Precipitation Data

[Toss back to anchor][Lewinsky]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The world got its first look at the former White House Intern - as she told her side of the story.
Monica Lewinsky says she's no longer in love with Bill Clinton-
Bobbi Harley has more.
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((WHILE THE PRESIDENT DID SOME POLITICAL STOMPING IN NEW JERSEY, HIS WIFE DOING THE SAME IN NEW YORK, MONICA LEWINSKY WAS TELLING HER DEEPEST, DARKEST SECRETS -- DETAILS OF HER INTIMATE LIFE WITH BILL CLINTON -- THE MAN THE FORMER WHITE HOUSE INTERN CALLED HER SEXUAL SOUL MATE. IT'S A STORY SHE HAD TO SHARE WITH A GRAND JURY - BUT NOW ON NATIONAL T-V - WE'RE HEARING EVEN MORE. WHEN ASKED ABOUT THE PRESIDENT, SHE SAYS HE'S A GOOD KISSER. ABOUT HIS WIFE HILLARY AND DAUGHTER CHELSEA - MONICA LEWINSKY SAYS I WOULD ASK THEM TO KNOW THAT I AM VERY SORRY FOR WHAT HAPPENED AND WHAT THEY HAVE BEEN THROUGH. AND ABOUT WHY SHE TURNED OVER THAT NOW INFAMOUS BLUE DRESS TO PROSECUTORS -- TO PROTECT HERSELF SHE SAYS - AND HER FAMILY - BECAUSE NO ONE ELSE WAS WORRIED ABOUT HER. BUT LEWINSKY REVEALS EVEN MORE IN A BOOK ON SALE THURSDAY - THAT WHILE SHE WAS SEEING THE PRESIDENT - SHE HAD A RELATIONSHIP WITH ANOTHER MAN AT THE PENTAGON - SHE BECAME PREGNANT AND HAD AN ABORTION.
BUT ALL THIS ATTENTION - SHE COULD HAVE DONE WITHOUT - KEPT THE AFFAIR A SECRET -- ASKED WHAT SHE WOULD DO IF SHE COULD DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN - LEWINKSY SAYS THERE ARE DAYS SHE REGRETS THE AFFAIR WITH THE PRESIDENT - AND THERE ARE DAYS THAT I JUST REGRET I EVER CONFIDED IN LINDA TRIPP - THE FORMER CO-WORKER WHO SECRETLY TAPED LEWINSKY'S TELEPHONE CONVERSATIONS. Bobbi Harley/New York : MONICA LEWINSKY'S STORY MEANS BIG MONEY - BETWEEN BOOK SALES AND EUROPEAN TELEVISION INTERVIEWS AND PHOTO SPREADS - SHE'S EXPECTED TO EARN SEVERAL MILLION DOLLARS. BUT THE FIRST TWO MILLION - HER FAMILY SAYS - IS ALREADY SPENT - SHE STILL HAS TO PAY HER LAWYERS. BOBBI HARLEY CBS NEWS NEW YORK.))




[Monica-Book]


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Her book isn't on the shelves yet, but it's already a bestseller.
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Monica's Story is due in stores tomorrow, and advance orders have pushed it to the top of the bestseller list on Amazon- dot- Com, the internet retailer.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


Locally, Barnes and Noble hasn't received any of the books yet, and the store's distributors don't have any on hand, but officials are hoping for a direct shipment from the publisher on Thursday.
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((LEIGH ANN MYERS/BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSELLERS: WE'RE DOING IT AS ANY OTHER NEW RELEASE. OF COURSE WE DO HAVE HIGH HOPES THAT IT WILL BE A VERY POPULAR BOOK AND IT COULD PERHAPS HIT THE BESTSELLER LIST. IN FACT, I'M SURE IT WILL. BUT WE'RE TREATING IT AS ANY OTHER NEW RELEASE AT THIS TIME.))
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St. Martin's Press is shipping 450-thousand copies to booksellers. At Barnes and Noble the book will sell for twenty four, ninety five.

[First-Union]


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They don't know for sure when it will happen or where.
But First Union employees do know the ax is about to drop.
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The bank said it will slash up to 10-percent of its workforce nationwide.
That's more than 7-thousand people.
Workers at Roanoke's service center got copies of a memo from corporate headquarters in Charlotte.
It said First Union will enact the job cuts by mid-March.
Today, a bank spokeswoman said she wasn't sure how many Roanoke area workers might be affected.
The bank employs almost two-thousand people in the Valley.
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[State-Police]


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Virginia's new sex offender Web Site has generated it's first arrest.
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State police say a young child and his parents were going through the site, when the child identified a family friend, and said the man had abused him.
The suspect was arrested and charged with aggravated sexual battery. His name was not released to protect the identity of the victim.
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[Strickler]


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Attorneys for convicted killer Tommy David Strickler say the jury that sent him to Death Row didn't hear all the evidence it should have during his 1990 trial.
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Strickler was sentenced to die for the abduction and murder of Leann Whitlock of Roanoke.
But the eyewitness who tied him to the crime at first had trouble picking him out of a police lineup.
THAT information was never passed along to Strickler's attorneys, who say it would have made a difference at trial.

They're hoping the United States Supreme Court agrees.
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((BARBARA HARTUNG/STRICKLER DEFENSE ATTORNEY: IT'S DIFFICULT.. ..IN OUR FAVOR.))
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Oral arguments were heard this morning.. a decision is expected in June.
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[Tease1]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up later on News 7- Patrick Evans ventures to Peru. A report from the rainforest coming up-
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and from another part of the world the FBI joins in the effort to find who murdered these tourists in Uganda.
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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens in the sports office on the eve of UVa's big ACC date with Duke. We'll hear from Pete Gillen, plus see how the Hokies hammered Fordham in their A-10 opener today.
Lynch and the Sixers win again.
And Steve Mason checks in with the state quarterfinal edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly. It's coming up tonight on News 7 sports.))



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An FBI team is now in Uganda examining the bodies of eight tourists murdered by Hutu rebels.
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Two Americans were among those killed- Robert Haubner and Susan Miller both worked for Intel- the computer comapny.
The husband and wife were on their third trip to Africa.
Now a manhunt is on track down rebel fighters who slaughtered the tourists.
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((WE ARE HOPEFUL THAT WILL BE POSSIBLE, WE CERTAINLY WON'T REST UNTIL THAT HAPPENS. ))
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Those who survivied the massacre say the murders were carried out in revenge for British and American support for the Rwandan government.
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[Pat-Robertson]


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Virginia Beach televangelist Pat Robertson now has an official role in advising Republican Governor Jim Gilmore.
The Governor has appointed the "700 Club" host to the Virginia Economic Development Partnership.
The group advises Gilmore on business matters.
Robertson gave Gilmore 50-thousand dollars during his bid for Governor.
Two weeks before Gilmore's election, Robertson gave another 200-thousand dollars to the Republican National Committee's state election committee.
He gave another 15-thousand to the state GOP that year.
Gilmore appointed Robertson's son to the University of Virginia's governing board early on in his term.


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He has served eight years as Pittsylvania County sheriff, now he wants to serve four more.
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Harold Plaster announced today he's seeking reelection in November.
With 30- years in law enforcement, Plaster says he has the experience needed to fight drugs, investigate crimes, and initiate community-oriented programs.
He says he wants to continue making sure deputies are prepared for what they might encounter on the streets.
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((G. HAROLD PLASTER/PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY SHERIFF: WE ALWAYS HAVE TO BE PREPARED THAT WE GIVE THESE PEOPLE WORKING ALL HOURS OF THE NIGHT, 365 DAYS A YEAR, THAT THEY HAVE THE BEST EQUIPMENT AND THE TRAINING TO DEAL WITH ANY SITUATION.))
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The Town of Hurt's Police Chief, Ricky Moorefield, is the only other person so far to announce his candidacy for Pittsylvania County Sheriff.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still to come in the newscast --
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[VO-NAT]

a behind-the-scenes peek at what it takes to bring Patrick Evans live to you, from Peruvian rainforests.
STick around.
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[lotto]
[SUPER=137-8 1 7/3 5 8 6/6 10 20 29 30/6 16 24 35 38 42/4 2 7 6 0 1]
NIGHT DRAWING=

Pick 3:
8-1-7

(eight, one, seven)


Pick 4:
3-5-8-6

(three, five, eight, six)


Cash 5:
6-10-20-29-30

(six, ten, twenty, twenty-nine, thirty)


Lotto:
6-16-24-35-38-42

(six, sixteen, twenty-four, thirty-five, thirty-eight,

forty-two)
Kicker:
4-2-7-6-0-1

(four, two, seven, six, zero, one)



(Copyright 1999 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


APNP-03-03-99 2308EST

[Jason-Project]


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This week on News 7 we've sent Patrick Evans to the rainforests of Peru.
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[VO-NO NAT]
He's covering the Jason-Project, an education venture for kids across the nation.
Tonight, he gives us a behind-the-scenes look at just what it takes to bring the rainforests of Peru to you, through your TV.
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The Hokies fly high over Fordham at the A-10, the Cavs are hanging loose of eve of meeting Duke.
The Sixers win again, and Hometown Hoops is in the house on the Wednesday night.
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[SUPER=75-Las Vegas, NV; :00]


But first for the our own News 7 fashion plate, Jean Jadhon, a look at the latest line of casual fashions from designer Michael Jordan.
Yes this is the 1999 collection from his Airness. The clothes are produced and marketed by Nike. Michael unveiled the line at a show in Las Vegas.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies now have a date with the Temple Owls after wining their Atlantic 10 tournament opener in Philadelphia yesterday afternoon.
Tech shot down Fordham 74-to-63.
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The Fordham Rams thought they had a shot at upsetting the Hokies, but Rolan Roberts rejected those plans in the first half. The block will trigger a transition break that will eventually be finished off by a viscious tow handed jam by Dennis Mims.
The Hokies shot 50 percent for the game and got a big effort from Roberts who scored a team high 19 points and grabbed six rebounds and blocked two shots.
Brendan Dunlop and Eddie Lucas also hit in double figures for the Hokies. Lucas had 14 and Dumlop dropped in 15.
Andre Ray finished off the Rams with the slam.
[super=33-Virginia Tech/74/Fordham/63;]


Tech and Temple hook up at Noon today.
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U-Mass beat Duquesne by 10 in the bracket opposite Tech's.

[S-WVU]


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The 46th annual ACC tournament cranks up tonight with the top ranked Duke Blue Devils taking Virginia at nine o'clock.
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Last night both teams worked out at the Coliseum in Charlotte for about an hour a piece. At the end of UVa's workout Pete Gillen staged a shooting contest with the players taking on the coaches and managers. Guess who won this one?
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There may be much fun tonight. Duke beat UVa by a combined 92 points in their two meetings this season.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE BOARD]
And don't forget, you can watch the number one ranked Duke Blue Devils battle Virginia tonight at nine LIVE right here on Your Hometown Station.
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[S-Sixers]


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The NBA's new kids on the block of successful franchises, the Philadelphia 76ers won their 6th straight game last night by bashing the Bulls 102-to-96.
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The selfish 76ers of old are no more! Take a look at the great ball movement that eventualy leads to the George Lynch layin. Big George had 6 points last night.
Allen Iverson was under the weather a bit battling the flu, but he mostly made the Bulls sick. The quick first step leads to two points off the glass on the penetration.
[super=33-Chicago/86/Philadelphia/102;]


Then watch this steal and drive, the hesitiation dribble and finally the score and the fouls. He nets 24 and the Sixers win 102-to-96.
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[S-LJ]


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Virginia Tech All-Big East defensive back Loren Johnson is student teaching in Roanoke County this semester.
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[SUPER=03-Vinton; :00]


Yesterday, he spoke to William Byrd's marketing team, which recently won district honors. Johnson touched on how leadership and encouragement are key parts to success. He's also trying out for NFL teams and teaching at Cave Spring High.
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Johnson is telling students at both Cave and Byrd that the business world and the sports world really aren't that different.
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[Sports Tease]


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Still to come tonight Steve Mason will Hometown Hoops weekly
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as GW and seven others try to duplicate the feat turned in by the Eagles last season at the Scope.
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[S-Hoops]


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The high school basketball season has been reduced from a massive mountain of teams to the elite eight.
It's state quarterfinal time in the Virginia High School League and it's also Wednesday night.
And here's Steve Mason with this week's edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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((STEVE MASON:)) ((CHARLIE MORGAN/SALEM HEAD COACH:))
((The loyal Salem fans will invade Roanoke College's Bast center saturday night at 7 to battle Grundy. Charlie Morgan's third state tournament in seven years at Salem comes in the same school year as the football team's state championship. ((:)) Glenvar, which will play at Northside Friday at 7pm against Clintwood, will try and send Art Lawrence out with a a title in his fifth and final last chance. The Highlanders last three wins were against opponents with a combined 60 and 11 record. ((ART LAWRENCE:))
The Cave Spring girls play Deep Creek saturday at 4pm at Northside and don't have one player averaging over 12 points a game. ((LINDA LONG:))
Gretna's bid for a regional title came up just short, but the Hawks, who battle Gate City saturday night, have been playing tall all season. ((ROBERT LOCUST:))
Auburn's wins over Glenvar and mighty Parry McCluer should help the Eagles against Lebanon Saturday at 7pm at Lebanon. The Eagles of G.W. Danville celebrated a state title last season. These six teams hope to make it to the state final

four next week. Steve Mason, Hometown Hoop Weekly.))[Close-ID]


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