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It's coming. Snow's falling in the midwest, and there could be as much as six inches of the white stuff on the ground HERE by this time tomorrow.
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Also on NEWS 7 tonight, we'll check on enforcement on the Interstate elsewhere in Virginia.

[Sports-head]


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Tonight on News 7 sports, the Spoon talks about the NCAA's, the folks at Winthrop tell it like it is when it comes to March Madness.
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And Paul Silas takes over the Hornets as Charlotte's new head coach.
Good Luck!
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Will Roanoke Valley residents be able to use their snow blowers tomorrow? It's beginning to look that way. Details up next. [open]
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It's snowing out west. This is heading our way. We'll tell you what to expect .. and when it may arrive.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[First-Wx]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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That's what they're contending with in Iowa and the midwest.
It looks like it'll be our turn tomorrow.
Meteorologist Robin Reed is here to help us be prepared. [Robin at chroma wall]
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[CK/WXPRO]Latest Winter Graphics [TOSS BACK TO KEITH]


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We have no school announcements for tomorrow .. not yet anyway .. but if any come in this evening, we will pass them along to you on a regular basis. And we will have complete word on any school delays or closings tomorrow morning.
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[TAKE GFX PG FULL] If you prefer to check school announcements through the internet, you can check out our home page any time at WDBJ-7-dot-com.

[Danville-Murder]


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A woman murdered in her own home over the weekend was probably killed by a screwdriver or ice pick. That's the word from a medical examiner.
So far, no arrest in the death of Tammy Marie Blair.
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Danville's Life Saving Crew responded to Blair's home on Milton Avenue around 1:30 yesterday morning.
That's about the same time a neighbor returned home from working second shift and saw the commotion.
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((KENNY OWEN/NEIGHBOR: WHEN THEY CAME OUT I SEEN THE LIFE SAVING CREW GUY JUST SHAKE HIS HEAD AND TOLD THE FIREMAN TO COME IN THERE. I KNEW IT WAS SOMETHING BAD THEN BUT I TURNED AROUND AND COME BACK HOME THEN.))
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Neighbors say Blair had lived in the house for about nine months with her boyfriend.
Today, her boyfriend was moving his belongings out of the house.
He would not comment on Blair's death.



[Quesinberry]


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Virginia's third execution of 1999 is scheduled for tomorrow night.
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37- year old George Quesinberry, Junior is slated to die by lethal injection.
In 1989, Quesinberry shot a Richmond area businessman after burglarizing his store.
He's appealed and asked for clemency based on a childhood of abuse.
According to his lawyers, that includes watching his mother shoot herself to death at age two, being raped by a grandfather before he turned four, years of physical abuse, and two serious head injuries.
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[Sullivan]


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A grand jury will be next to weigh the evidence against Peggy Jo Sullivan, the suspect in a pipe bomb incident earlier this year.
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Sullivan was arrested in January after allegedly trying to hire an undercover police officer to kill her former boyfriend.
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Two homemade bombs were later found inside her pickup truck parked outside a Dublin fast food restaurant.
No new information was revealed during today's preliminary hearing.
Sullivan stipulated the evidence against her was sufficient, so the judge merely forwarded the case to a grand jury.

She's also charged with manufacturing the bombs and transporting them.
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[Big-Brothers]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The policy that allows gay men and women to volunteer with the Big Brothers- Big Sisters program is coming under fire again in Lynchburg.
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Steve Smallshaw is here to tell us this is not a new issue.
So, Steve, why are some people just now speaking out about it?
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Keith, you're right.. the policy that allows gays to volunteer with Big Brothers- Big Sisters has been around for almost a year.. but as the group gears up for its annual fundraiser, critics of that policy say the public needs to be reminded.
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(( They say their's is not a campaign against homosexuals or Big Brothers.. but a group of Lynchburg- area businessmen and clergy say gays have no place in that program.
While parents ARE asked whether they mind if their child has a gay mentor, critics say that's not enough to protect children from what they call "deviant" lifestyles.
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((JIM WOODALL/MINISTER: THERE ARE COMMUNITY STANDARDS HERE, THERE ARE MORAL STANDARDS HERE AND I THINK THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY NEED TO HEAR THE DEBATE.))
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The controversy comes just days before the organization's biggest fundraiser of the year.. a bowlathon that generates close to 35 percent of Big Brothers' annual budget.
Businessman Harvey Hamilton says his group isn't trying to discourage those donations.. just educate the public.


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((HARVEY HAMILTON/VALTIM PRESIDENT: WOULD I SEND A CHECK THIS YEAR? THAT'S A TRICKY QUESTION. DO NOT UNDERMINE THIS ORGANIZATION BECAUSE THEY'RE A TREMENDOUS GROUP AND THEY'RE DOING A TREMENDOUS JOB THAT'S NECESSARY. JUST DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE POLICY.))
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Big Brothers director Mike Daly says he hopes donations don't suffer.. but if they do, the children will pay the price.
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((MIKE DALY/BIG BROTHERS DIRECTOR: IT'S EASIER TO BE CRITICAL BUT I'D LIKE TO SEE MORE PEOPLE STEP FORWARD AND WORK WITH KIDS, WHETHER IT'S IN OUR PROGRAM OR IN OTHER PROGRAMS, THE WORK IS OUT THERE, THE CHILDREN ARE OUT THERE.))
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Virginia's Attorney General opens an office in Roanoke. Also still still ahead on News 7...
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...you've heard all about those extra patrols on 81, but what about the rest of Virginia? We'll see what state police are up to.
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[Speed-Patrol]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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You probably heard Virginia State Police wrote 17-hundred tickets in eight hours a week ago on Interstate 81.
You've probably seen more of troopers on the highways... and heard more warnings.
But just how "stepped up" is traffic enforcement?
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Ellen Qualls is in our newsroom with some answers.
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Keith, we spoke today with the man in charge of traffic enforcement.
And the official word is "sort of."
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(( The I-81 crackdown will occur again-- probably on I-95 or I-64 next.
But for now, you're probably just seeing sporadic efforts by the local troopers to do what they call "saturated" coverage of certain speeding trouble spots.
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((LT. COL. GERALD MASSENGILL/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: WE'RE NOT OUT THERE JUST TO WRITE TICKETS. WRITING TICKETS MEANS NOTHING TO US. IT'S THE SAFE ENVIRONMENT THAT WE'RE TRYING TO CREATE IS THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE AND CERTAINLY SOMETHING THAT WE'RE AFTER.))
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And anecdotally, they're getting it.
Troopers say folks are slowing down after a major media blitz in the last two weeks.
But don't panic if you roll a little faster on the downhills.
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((OUR TROOPERS ARE ENCOURAGED VERY STRONGLY TO USE A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF DISCRETION IN ENFORCING THE SPEED LIMIT LAWS. IT'S VERY DIFFICULT IF NOT IMPOSSIBLE TO DRIVE EXACTLY 55 OR EXACTLY 65 AT ALL TIMES.))
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State police say they simply don't know how many extra tickets they've written in the past month.
But 98 was up 12-percent over 97... and the first few months of 99 were already slightly up before the I-81 crackdown.
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The next major crackdown will NOT be a surprise.

So stay tuned to the news. [Service-Station]


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And speaking of driving, there's one fewer place to fill up in Roanoke County.
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Cave Spring Exxon has closed after 32-years of business, to make way for a new drug store.
It was a full-service station with a stream of loyal customers -- something that's getting rare in the gas business.


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((BILL SPENCER: I DON'T THINK THE LARGE COMPANIES WILL EVER GO BACK TO FULL SERVICE. YOU'LL BE LUCKY TO GET AIR.////LEONARD DOWE: OVER THE PERIOD,THAT'S HOW WE BUILT UP BUSINESS. BECAUSE WE'VE GIVEN THE SAME TREATMENT TO A DOLLAR CUSTOMER AS A TEN-DOLLAR CUSTOMER.))
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The station is compiling a list of its most loyal customers.
If one of the station's partners opens a new store, he doesn't want to lose that customer base.
Cave Spring Exxon will be torn down when the construction begins on the new Walgreen's.
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[Kandis-Joyce]


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Sad news tonight about a little girl from Martinsville who had been battling leukemia.
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9-year old Kandis Joyce died Friday at Duke University Medical Center where she was being treated for the disease.
We introduced you to Kandis last month.
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She was the inspiration behind a major bone marrow typing drive in her home town.
Hundreds of people had their blood tested to see if they would be a match for Kandis.
While Kandis could not be helped, other people may because so many new donors are listed on the national bone marrow registry.
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The major stock indexes went in different directions today. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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The Dow fell about eight points, closing at 97-28.
But NASDAQ surged... up more than 60.
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It's not often the government opens a branch office. But that's what Mark Earley did in Roanoke TODAY.
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The State Attorney General has had regional offices in Fairfax and Virginia Beach.
A third one opened here today. It's a first for Western Virginia.
The walls are papered with photos of the Attorney General, prompting someone to ask Mark Earley if this is an "Earley campaign headquaters."
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((WELL, ACTUALLY NOT AT ALL. THE ACTUAL DESIGN TO HAVE AN OFFICE HERE IN ROANOKE WAS ACTUALLY ON THE TABLE WHEN GOVERNOR GILMORE WAS ATTORNEY GENERAL.))
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Assistant Attorneys General have often come to Roanoke to handle cases, but they had to use a hotel room as their office.
The Roanoke office will handle such things as consumer fraud complaints, workers' compensation cases and cases before the State Employment Commission.
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[County-Vinton]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Roanoke County and Vinton struck a deal today will end the threat of annexation for 20 years.
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If it's approved, the two localities would split the revenue generated by any NEW development in eastern Roanoke County.
It avoids a costly legal battle.
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((BOB JOHNSON/BOARD CHAIRMAN; BOTH SIDES HAVE GIVEN, HOPEFULLY THE SAVINGS THAT WE WILL GENERATE AND THE LEVEL OF SERVICES THAT WE WILL EXTEND WITHOUT LINING SOME LAWYER'S POCKET WILL BE WORTH IT. CHARLIE HILL/VINTON MAYOR; WE'RE LOOKING AT SEVERAL OTHER PROJECTS WITH ROANOKE COUNTY, IN EAST COUNTY AND IN THE TOWN OF VINTON, AND I WOULD EXPECT OUR MEETINGS TO CONTINUE.))
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The town council and board of supervisors still have to vote on the agreement.
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[Water-Project]


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The community of Ferrum in Franklin County hopes a new water and sewer plant will attract new business.
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The Ferrum Water and Sewer Authority just received three-million-dollars in federal money to expand its 30-year-old wastewater treatment plant.
That will almost double its capacity, so it can serve the nearby business park.
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((BOBBY THOMPSON/FERRUM WATER & SEWER AUTHORITY: WE'LL BE MUCH MORE EFFICIENT, MUCH MORE ENVIRONMENTALLY COMPATIBLE. ALSO AS A RESULT OF HAVING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE AREA, WE'LL SEE THE COMMUNITY GROW AND DEVELOP.))
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No businesses have moved into the park yet -- the county administrator says he's negotiating but does not foresee a deal in the near future.
Construction on the new plant is scheduled to start this summer and last two years.
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[Sports Tease]


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Coming your way tonight on News 7 sports, we'll check with the Hornets new coach and see what the players think about Paul Silas stepping up.
Plus, if you think Dave Cowens didn't want to be in Charlotte, wait until you hear from Winthrop.
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And we'll also hear from the Spoon that feeds the rest of the Lady Hokies as they get set to host an NCAA regional weekend and St. Peters.
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[S-Hornets]


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We begin tonight down in the Queen City of Charlotte where the Bees in the Hive are angry, their fans are upset and the team itself is a mess.
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This afternoon Paul Silas took over the 4-and-11 team after head coach Dave Cowens quit yesterday.
Silas has head coaching experience with the old San Diego Clippers from 1980 to 1983.
He admits there isn't much he can do to right this sinking ship.
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One of the big names mentioned for this job is former Maryland great John Lucas. Also, one of the big rumors making the rounds in Charlotte these days is that Dean Smith and Michael Jordan may be planning to buy the team from George Shinn.

Stay tuned on that one.[S-WDBJ]


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The broadcast schedule of first round games on Your Hometown Station later this week is still being finalized, but we can tell you that the action will begin Thursday at Noon right here on WDBJ-7 with the Valparaiso taking Maryland at Noon.
Thursday night the day long action will wrapup with the Weber State- North Carolina game.
And on Friday you can expect to see FAMU - Florida A&M battle Duke at 7:30.

[S-Winthrop]


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The March Madness always produces its share of interesting mathcups, and cinderella stories.
One of those this year comes from the Big South
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where Winthrop makes the Big Dance as the conference's champs.
In their first year under head coach Gregg Marshall a 1981 Cave Spring graduate, Winthrop was hoping for just one thing - to play anyone one BUT Duke.
They will face Auburn on Thursday.
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[S-Spoon]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Lady Hokies started preparing for the first round of the N-C-Double-A Tournament today in practice.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/January 4;]


But their on-the-court general isn't in the mix just yet.
Senior point guard Lisa Witherspoon is recovering from back spasms which plagued her during the Atlantic 10 Tournament.
She's wearing a back brace and is on light duty.
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She WILL be playing in Saturday's game against the Peahens and says her injury helped the Hokies learn how to succeed without her in the line-up.
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The N-C-double-A Tounament action starts at 6-30 Saturday Night in the Cassell when the Hokies and the Peahens face off.
The Texas-Auburn game makes up the second game of the doubleheader. That game starts at nine.
The Roanoke Express are jumping on the Tech train and will recognize the Lady Hokies will be recognized during the first intermission of tomorrow night's game with the Charlotte Checkers.

[S-Burtons]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The Tech baseball team is in Winter Park, Florida this week. This afternoon the Hokies beat Evansville 11-to-9. Giles high school product Chris Hutchinson went 3-for-4 and hit two two-run homers.
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[SUPER=03-Lexington/April 1988; :00]


And finally, the passing of Joe Dimaggio today brought back some memories for me to 1988.
I was too young to remember Dimaggio as a player, but I knew of his accomplishments and like the others in attendance I was a bit awestruck in April of 1988 when he came on post at VMI to help dedicate the school's brand new baseball diamond. Joe Dimggio was 84 years old.
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