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Several hundred Roanoke students start the day outside of school- -victims of bomb scares and other pranks.
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Coming up on NEWS 7 at Six: you'll hear... the Superintendent says it won't be tolerated.
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And it's called Virginia's Century Date- Change Initiative Office- -where they're working on the Y-2-K problem in Richmond. We'll check it out.

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Tonight in sports, Earnhardt talks about his future, while the city of Salem gets ready for a big jubilee.
The bikes are taking a turn to the southwest this Memorial day weekend,
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And the Glenvar girls' basketball team is recognized for its outstanding sportsmanship by the Civitan Club.
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Tensions run high in local schools as educators have to deal with threats of violence.
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[Bomb-Scare]


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Two phony bomb threats at Roanoke schools might've been considered jokes by the people who are responsible.
But the school district isn't laughing.
Tonight, the school superintendent said there will be no tolerance for people pulling this sort of prank.
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Scott Goldberg is at Patrick Henry High School tonight, one of the two schools where students were evacuated today.
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Justin Earls was sitting in his first-period French class when he was told he had to leave.
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Justin said he never was scared, even though 240 Patrick Henry students were told to evacuate Penn Hall twice.
Once after a counselor found cryptic writing on a locker...
Once after a student threatened to blow away a teacher.
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((WAYNE HARRIS/SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: THE COMMENTS INCLUDED THE PHRASE THAT THERE WAS A BOMB IN THE ROOM. AND THEN THAT STUDENT CAME BACKED AND ASKED THAT TEACHER, "OH YOU'RE NOT DEAD YET?"))
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At Woodrow Wilson Middle School, students spent the first three hours of their day outside ... after the school's principal found two fake bombs in a bathroom stall.
Less than a week after the massacre in Littleton Colorado, the Roanoke school district is on edge...
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... and superintendent Wayne Harris vowed to teach students that these pranks are not funny.
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((WAYNE HARRIS: IT INTERRUPTS THE BUSINESS THAT WE'RE IN AND IT CREATES A LEVEL OF PANIC THROUGHOUT OUR COMMUNITY THAT WE'RE NOT GOING TO TOLERATE.))
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So it's not surprising that police and educators are treating threats more seriously, but where do you draw the line between criminal behavior and a childish prank?
Steve Smallshaw tells us Lynchburg educators are trying to find an answer.
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(( The shock waves from last week's shootings in Colorado are still rippling through schools 15-hundred miles away.
The violence shattered many students' sense of security. Restoring it has become a top priority.
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((MONA FOSTER/SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST: AND BY HAVING A DIALOGUE WITH THEM, IT HELPS US TO LEARN WHAT WAYS WE AS SCHOOL PERSONNEL CAN HELP.))
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((DO WE ALL SHARE IN THE SAFETY AND SECURITY OF OUR SCHOOL BUILDING..))
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These students at Dunbar Middle School discussed their feelings on the school shootings for a T-V audience of their peers.
Each agreed that students SHOULD report possible criminal behavior, and the school resource officers say they're now taking those reports more seriously.
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((STEVE CLARK/SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER: THERE'S NO DOUBT THAT WE HAVE TO START TAKING THINGS SERIOUSLY AND WE HAVE TO ERR ON THE SIDE OF CAUTION. AND OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION, SOME KIDS ARE GOING TO BE INVESTIGATED MORE THAN THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN A WEEK AGO.))
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Clark says unfortunately that's the price you pay, and children are quickly learning a lesson in accountability.
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((CLARK: WHEN SOMETHING HAPPENS, CERTAINLY THERE HAS TO BE ROOM FOR CHILDREN TO BE CHILDREN, WE CAN'T TURN THIS INTO A POLICE STATE WHERE EVERY LITTLE THING THAT HAPPENS YOU'RE GOING TO BE INVESTIGATED BY THE POLICE OFFICER.))
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The trick is finding a middle ground where kids can be kids, and everyone can still feel safe.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

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Communities across the country are searching for answers in the wake of recent school violence.
And more and more are turning to character education.
Today, Joe Dashiell visited with students at one Roanoke school, where a new curriculum is making a difference.

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((At Fallon Park Elementary, the students start each day with a pledge.
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Since the school implemented the Character Counts curriculum... Administrators, teachers and students have noticed a dramatic change.
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What works at Fallon Park may soon be in place across the commonwealth. Legislation sponsored by Roanoke Senator John Edwards will require character education in Virginia classrooms.
This week, teachers and other volunteers are at the Smith Mountain Lake 4-H Center learning how.
Mary Jane Aguilar is a New Mexico educator, among the very first to use Character Counts in the classroom.
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Back at Fallon Park Elementary, students are preparing for testing on the Standards of Learning, but they're also picking up other lessons that will serve them well for the rest of their lives.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

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Some 330 textile workers in Pittsylvania County are about to lose their jobs.
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The Pluma corporation says it's going to close its sewing plants in Chatham and Altavista by July first.
The company blames increased competition from foreign manufacturers for the shutdown.
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Workers will be offered jobs at the company's factory in Martinsville, as they come open.

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How is the state doing in the battle against the Y-2-K computer bug? We'll have a live update next.
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and we'll tell you why some buiness people in downtown Pulaski think the town is only recycling its problems.
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Preparation, but NOT panic.
That's what most public officials hope you're thinking when you hear the catch phrase Y2K.
Throughout this year, NEWS 7 will be looking at issues surrounding the Year 2000.
Today, we take a look at what the Commonwealth of Virginia is doing to prepare and protect its citizens.
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Ellen Qualls is in our Richmond newsroom with the first of two reports.
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Keith, the computer chips can be replaced.
The programs can be rewritten.
In fact, Virginia's planning to spend upwards of 194 million dollars to make sure its agencies are "Y2K compliant."


But is that enough?
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((BETTE DILLEHAY/VIRGINIA Y2K DIRECTOR: THE BIGGEST CONCERN IS THAT WE DON'T KNOW WHAT WE DON'T KNOW.))
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The buck stops with Bette Dillehay.
She heads up Virginia's Century Date Change Initiative Office-- and all state officials answer to her on all things Y2K.
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((BETTE DILLEHAY/VIRGINIA Y2K DIRECTOR: GOVERNOR GILMORE HAS BEEN VERY CLEAR THAT HE DOES NOT EXPECT STATE AGENCIES TO FALTER.))
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Indeed, the Gilmore administration touts him as the nation's Internet Governor, the man whose state is a hub for half the world's Internet traffic.
A Y2K failure would be bad for business, among other things.
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((BETTE DILLEHAY/VIRGINIA Y2K DIRECTOR: I DON'T WORRY SO MUCH ABOUT THE COMPUTERS TURNING ON. I WORRY ABOUT OUR ABILITY TO IDENTIFY WHERE OUR DEPENDENCIES EXIST.))
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That means: Virginia's doing everything it can.
Now it's up to your local grocery store... your gas station... your local power provider... and everyone with whom THEY interact.
There has been NO survey of Virginia cities', towns', and counties' preparedness.
But national surveys show them ill prepared.
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((BETTE DILLEHAY/VIRGINIA Y2K DIRECTOR: AND AS I GO FROM ONE COMMUNITY TO ANOTHER, I CONFIRM THAT FACT IN VIRGINIA.))

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But back to the state level, Dillehay has identified 319 priority business activities across 100 Virginia agencies that she views as "mission critical"... including stuff you may wish would fail in 2000, like registering boats and collecting taxes.
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((BETTE DILLEHAY/VIRGINIA Y2K DIRECTOR: YES WE WILL COLLECT TAXES!))
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Dillehay says Virginia is leading the nation in its approach to Y2K because we're NOT just looking at computers... we're looking at services the state provides to its citizens.
Each agency head will be required to personally sign a guarantee in August that their agency is prepared for the big day.
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Q&A KEITH: What about emergency services the state provides?
ELLEN: We spoke with both the Department of Emergency Services and the American Red Cross.
They say, they are approaching Y2K like any big winter storm, and urging citizens to prepare themselves for up to a week without power or fresh water-- but use common sense and don't over-react.
The Red Cross, in fact, is pushing a pamphlet it has on disaster preparedness as appropriate for Y2K.
You can call your local American Red Cross office to get one.
Tomorrow night on NEWS 7 at SIX, we'll talk with the man in charge of order, civility, and safety on January 1, 2000.
Virginia's State Police Superintendent is less worried about computer chips than he is "massive partying."
So tomorrow night: the human factor in Y2K in Virginia.


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At least 40 percent of the prison guards and inmates accused of drug trafficking at Bland Prison are now expected to plead guilty... rather than go to trial.
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Attorneys for most of the 22 defendants appeared in court today. Attorney David Whaley re-iterated his client's claim that the money laundering scheme that
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Mike Fulcher's accused of operating was "more or less a ruse to gather evidence" for the authorities.
The judge questioned how that could be, if government agents were unaware Fulcher was working for them.
Fulcher was granted an opportunity to inspect a dozen boxes of evidence the government seized from his mother's home last Summer. Ethel Fulcher is charged in the money- laundering part of the conspiracy.
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Wall Street enjoyed a strong start to the work week today. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
The DOW gained nearly 29 points to close at ten- thousand- 718.
NASDAQ gained more than 61 points.
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A group of business owners in downtown Pulaski will be talking trash at an upcoming town council meeting.
They're upset over a recent decision involving recyling.
Teresa Hamilton explains.
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The town of Pulaski is in a bind because it must find a new location for its recycling bins-- now that its agreement with Kroger has expired.
To help speed the process, the town's planning commission recently approved a plan to rezone part of downtown Pulaski to allow recycling centers with a conditional use permit.
But the vote isn't sitting well with some downtown business owners.
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Jim Barton's carpet shop is located on Main street.
He's opposed to rezoning because the owner of Gem City Iron and Metal is interested in putting a recycling center and large item drop off, next to his business.
Carl Hager is equally disturbed by the request-- his business is across the road.
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Town council has the ultimate say in rezoning and is looking at several other sites around town, as well.
Residents can voice their opinion during a public hearing , Tuesday evening. [TAKE SU]
The hearing is set to begin at 5pm in town council chambers-- here at the municipal building. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Pulaski. ))

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Coming up tonight on a busy local day in sports, the organizers of this year's Spring Jubilee met in Salen this afternoon.
The Civitan Club crowns its female sportsmanship recipients.
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And one of the annual Memorial Day weekend cycling events is undergoing a bit of change. Details on that plus, we'll hear from Dale Earnhardt in just a moment.
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Glenvar took home the trophy at the fifth annual Civitan women's sportsmanship awards banquet that was held at the Patrick Henry Hotel today.
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Girls head coach Bryan Harvey and Chrissy Lewis, a Lady Highlander senior guard, accepted the award. Glenvar was 8 and 2 in district play, 13 and 10 overall and made it to the regionals.
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Cave Spring girls coach Linda Long served as the guest speaker and touched on a number of topics including character and how she teaches her team to respect the opponent.
Lewis, who will attend Phieffer University this year, was honored for these types of qualities with the Civitan 500 dollar scholarship.
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The Spring Championship season is just around the corner and once again Salem will play host to the competitions for 11 state high school titles.
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This is the second year for the Spring Jubilee.
And apparently organizers of the jubilee are making quite a name for themselves and this part of the state.
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Events are scheduled in the New River and Roanoke Valleys the weekend of June fourth.

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The Saturn Cup and the entire Tour d' Festival will be returning this Memorial Day Weekend to the Star City. However this year, one segment of Roanoke's premier cycling event will have a different race layout.
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In past years, the entire three day race took place in Roanoke and in Roanoke County. This year, race officials have decided to add some more competition to the Cardinal Bicycle Road Race and extend it to the roads of Montgomery County.
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((BOB BOWMAN/TOUR D' FESTIVAL PROMOTER:A COUPLE OF REASONS WE CHOSE MONTGOMERY COUNTY WAS THEY HAVE THE RURAL ROADS AND THEY DON'T HAVE AS MUCH TRAFFIC AS THE DOWNTOWN AREA THAT WE ATTEMPTED TO DO LAST YEAR. ALSO THERE ARE A COUPLE OF CLIMBS THAT WE WANT TO USE IN CATAWBA MOUNTAIN. THERE ARE SOME REALLY NICE ROLLING HILLS IN AND AROUND MONTGOMERY COUNTY. THEY WERE GRACIOUS ENOUGH TO ACCEPT OUR APPLICATION TO BRING A ROAD RACE TO THAT AREA OF THE COUNTY.))
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Just when you thought it was time to put Dale Earnhardt in the back of the back with Darrell Waltrip, the Intimidator once again proved that he's not hardly ready for the rocking chair.
Earnhardt got ended a 40 race drought to get his 72nd career win yesterday at Talladega. During that dry spell he told News 7 sports, he wasn't even thinking about retiring.
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But to get to the future, he's boorrowing a piece of his past. For this year's Winston all-star race on May 22nd, Earnhardt will be driving the fabled blue and gold Wrangler colors in which he won the 1987 Winston and the 1987 driving title.
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