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Like canaries in a mine- -yellow-shirted parents send the message to school children: it's safe to go inside.


We'll tag along at Hidden Valley Junior High on NEWS 7 at SIX... and see if the kids got the message.
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And the story of a high-tech move to Franklin County.


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Tonight in sports on News 7, Steve Mason will have LIVE pregame report for us from the Roundhouse as the Express gets ready to tangle with Richmond.
We'll have a qualifying update from California.
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And the 34th annual Cosmopolitan track meet is underway over in Salem.
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More sun for Roanoke but still cloudy southside. Weekend forecast details and a Friday WeatherSchool all ahead... [open]
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Parents go on patrol themselves, to ease concerns in their children's schools.
And at least 12 students have now been arrested for bomb threats and hoaxes.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[School-Threat]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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They're doing their best not to get buried beneath the rumors that are spreading so quickly through local school districts.
Parents and students showed their defiance today, showing up for class and proclaiming their schools "safe."
[Double Boxes=Keith and Scott/Newsroom]


Scott Goldberg is in the newsroom tonight, with more on today's efforts to get back to normal.
[Live=Scott Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Scott1;]


Keith, it's been a week of wild emotions at local schools.
And today those emotions got the best of some parents and students ... with many schools reporting higher absentee rates than normal.
But the kids who did go to school and the parents who took them wanted to send a message:
That it's time to get back to the books.
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[SUPER=01-Reid Barrineau/Seventh-Grader;]
[SUPER=01-Maggie Hunter/Eighth-Grader;]
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They wore yellow shirts and swarmed the halls at Hidden Valley Junior High:
Concerned parents, making sure this school day was a smooth one.
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((NATSOUND: DOES IT FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE? NO.))
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Reid Barrineau's dad was one of the grown-up hall monitors.
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((REID BARRINEAU: IT'S NOT THAT BAD. JUST DIFFERENT SEEING YOUR PARENTS WALK AROUND IN YELLOW SHIRTS EVERYDAY.))
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Nobody really seemed to mind the watchful eyes of parents following them around every corner...
Only that it had come to this after a bomb threat and too many rumors.
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((I THINK IT WAS A STUPID PRANK SOMEONE PLAYED. COLORADO WAS REALLY TRAGIC. FOR SOMEONE TO COME INTO HIDDEN VALLEY AND DO THE SAME THING, IT'S JUST NOT RIGHT.))
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((DANIELLE RAND-BYRD: I WANT TO SEND A MESSAGE TO PEOPLE THAT WE'RE NOT THAT EASILY INTIMDATED. I DON'T THINK THERE'S A PROBLEM AT HIDDEN VALLEY. BUT I THINK IT'S A MESSAGE OF SOLIDARITY, THAT WE'RE HERE FOR THEM.))
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At Raleigh Court Elementary in Roanoke City, students sent their own message.
Parading as their favorite book characters, they proclaimed their school's not just safe ... it's fun.
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((CLARKE VANDERGRIFT-RALEIGH COURT PRINCIPAL: WE'RE SORRY SOME OF THE SCHOOLS HAD A BAD TIME THIS WEEK. WE'RE DOING SOMETHING VERY POSITIVE FOR THE CHILDREN.))
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This week might've gotten off to a scary start.
But at Raleigh Court, it couldn't have ended on a better note.
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((NATSOUND: MORE BAGPIPE.))
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Tonight Roanoke school superintendent Wayne Harris said he was proud of the way educators handled disruptions this week:
Also the parents who kept level heads...
Police who responded to threats quickly...
And most of all the students who he said handled things in a mature manner ... even while their peers were pulling rather immature pranks.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Scott/Newsroom]


Keith.

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Some of the students making bomb threats are not getting away with it. We know of at least nine arrests in Roanoke City and County.
The total is four in the county: two Northside High students are charged with making bomb threats, along with one each from Glen Cove and Hidden Valley.
In Roanoke City, the number is now up to five.
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[Take Pinnacle page]
City police tell us one student each from Patrick Henry, Breckenridge and Jackson face bomb threat charges. [Next Page]
Two others, from Ruffner and Woodrow Wilson are charged with making a hoax bomb.
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And three students from Pittsylvania County are now charged with calling in a bomb threat to Gretna High School yesterday. Two of them will spend the weekend in jail.
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Police arrested 18-year-old Shawn L. Barley of Java this morning.
Eighteen-year-old Robert Dessay (Duh-SAY) Davis was arrested yesterday.
And a 16-year-old, whose name was not released, is being held in a juvenile detention center.
Police say the three students called in the bomb threat from a phone inside the school. The threat turned out to be a hoax.
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((MAJ. GARY GOODSON/PITTSYLVANIA CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: WHEN THESE TWO INDIVIDUALS ARE PUT IN JAIL UNDER NO BOND AND THE THIRD INVIDIDUAL IS A JUVENILE AND HAS BEEN PLACED IN A DETENTION HOME, I HOPE THAT SENDS A MESSAGE THAT WE'RE JUST NOT GOING TO TOLERATE THAT TYPE OF ACTION.))1:13:08
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The two 18-year-olds will be held without bond until they appear before a Pittsylvania County judge Monday.
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An expanded drug task force in the New River Valley is already showing results.
Indictments were issued today for 42- people accused of distributing drugs in Radford.
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Police say about 20- of those charged are students at Radford University.
The drugs being distributed include: Heroine, mushrooms, and marijuana as well as powder and crack cocaine.
Today's press conference was also to announce the formation of a special grand jury that will have the ability to question witnesses about events in other jurisdictions.
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[IN Q=And maybe]

((PHIL KEITH/MONTGOMERY CO. PROSECUTOR: AND, MAYBE WITH THIS KIND OF MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL GRAND JURY THAT WE HAVE COMING UP WE CAN HIT SOME OF THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE BRINGING IT DOWN HERE AND GET RID OF THOSE PEOPLE. ))
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Floyd County is the newest member of the task force which also includes officers from the city of Radford, as well as Christiansburg, Blacksburg, Virginia Tech, Montgomery County and the Virginia State police.

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Investigators do NOT think yesterday's fire in Bedford County was set intentionally, but they will not revisit the site until next week.
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Fire gutted the Yard Sale House, a flea market in Stewartsville.
So now the insurance company must bring in heavy equipment to haul away debris such as the collapsed roof.
Investigators say this is one of the biggest fires they've seen in Stewartsville.
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A million dollar gift, and a new language on campus. That story is still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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And software manufacturing comes to Smith Mountain Lake. With it comes the hope of a new source for more jobs.
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Franklin County wants to attract high-tech companies to boost its economy.
One software company is here from New York -- riding a wave of success on Smith Mountain Lake.
Tina Tenret shows us what it has to offer, including a new program released today.
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Phil Muller chases success at full throttle.
Twin 300-horsepower engines speed him across Smith Mountain Lake at more than a hundred miles an hour.
But this New York native moved his software company to Franklin County for its slower pace of life.
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((OH IT'S JUST GREAT. I HAVE ALL THE SERENITY OF THE ROANOKE VALLEY AREA. AND WE HAVE HIGH TECH PEOPLE WORKING FOR US. ACTUALLY IT'S PRETTY EASY TO GET REALLY GOOD PEOPLE FROM OUT OF STATE BECAUSE PEOPLE DON'T WANT TO MOVE TO URBAN AREAS ANYMORE. THEY WANT A BETTER LIFE.))
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Muller's recruited nine employees to run Software Techniques Incorporated, including his wife and two sons.
He plans to hire three more people this year.
The company's launched E-2000, a 200-dollar human resources program with your staff's personal data, reviews, awards and benefits.
Then there's Soft Time, to chart illness and vacation days in graphic reports.
And large police departments nationwide rely on S-T-I software to track evidence from the crime scene to the courthouse.
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((IF ROANOKE POLICE DEPARTMENT WANTED IT WE WOULD DONATE IT TO THEM. IT'D BE NICE FOR A LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT RIGHT NEXT TO US TO HAVE IT RIGHT ALONG WITH THE BIG GUYS, ALONG WITH LAS VEGAS.))
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Now, this entrepreneur encourages other high-tech companies to test the Franklin County waters.
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((LONG TIME AGO, THE SILICON VALLEY IN CALIFORNIA WAS NOT A HIGH-TECH PLAYGROUND. THE REASON PEOPLE MOVED THERE WAS FOR THE QUALITY OF LIFE. I THINK THIS COULD BE A HIGH-TECH PLAYGROUND BECAUSE YOU DON'T NECESSARILY NEED TO BE NEAR A METROPOLIS TO DO BUSINESS ANYMORE.))
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Of course it never hurt to have a high-speed drive.
Tina Tenret News7 Franklin County













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Another day of mixed news from Wall Street - [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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the Dow lost 89 points to finish at 10-thousand-7-hundred-90.
But Nasdaq made a gain today - to the tune of 14 points.
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Bedford County's Sheriff is looking for another four years in office.
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Mike Brown is running for his second term. Outside the Sheriff's department today, Brown spoke of his accomplishments over the last four years. Under his command, Bedford has gained national recognition for its Internet crime policy and also has a program of using money seized from drug dealers to fight the war on drugs.
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[12:14:14] ((SHERIFF MIKE BROWN/ BEDFORD CO.: IN OTHER WORDS I THINK ITS THE ULTIMATE IN POETIC JUSTICE. WE ARE TAKING THE DRUG DEALER'S MONEY AND ACTUALLY USING IT TI PUT THEM IN JAIL IN BEDFORD COUNTY.))
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` Brown thanked his department for their role in the County's success. He says they are the best group of people he has ever worked with. Right now Brown stands unchallenged.
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Radford University will establish a curriculum in Chinese ... thanks to the largest alumni contribution in Radford history.
R. J. Kirk donated one million dollars to fund the program. It will begin with a Mandarin course and student exchanges this fall.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Coming your way tonight on the big 7 - a qualifying update from California, plus we'll check in on day one of the 34th annual Cosmopolitan track meet.
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in just over an hour, the puck drops for game one of the Northern Conference finals between the Roanoke Express and the Richmond Renegades.
[Double Boxes=Mike & Steve/Microwave]

This is the first time the Express franchise has ever gone to the conference championship series. Steve Mason is at the Round House with guests coach Scott Gordon and centerman Mike Peron. Steve.
[Live=Steve Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=@Steve1;]
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(( MIKE, I KNOW THESE TWO GETNLEMAN ARE EXCITED THE HYPE OVER THE EXPRESS MAKING IT THIS FAR FOR THE FIRST TIME IS OVER AND THEY CAN FINALLY GET DOWN TO HOCKEY. THE BIG TALK ABOUT THE RENEGADES IS THEIR SPEED. PLAYERS LIKE JOE BLAZNIK, ANDREW SHYER, AND RYAN KRAFT COME TO MIND. THESE THREE FORWWARDS HAVE COMBINED TO SCORE 34 POINTS IN 7 PLAYOFF GAMES. THEY ARE ALL FAST. WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO TO STOP THEM AND IN REGARDS TO KRIS CANTU, HE HAS NOT BEEN A FACTOR IN THE PLAYOFFS YET.))

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[PLEASE B-ROLL OVER CHRIS CANTU!!!]

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[STEVE THEN ASKS MIKE PERON QUESTION] ((MIKE PERON HAS DRAWN THE DEFENSIVE ASSIGNMENT THUS FAR, HE HELD CHESAPEAKE'S TWO TOP GUNS TO JUST 3 POINTS IN THAT SERIES, MIKE, WHTA IS THE KEY TO STOPPING RICHMOND'S WEAPONS AND WHAT ABOUT OFFENSIVE PRESSURE.))

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[PLEASE B-ROLL OVER EXPRESS SHOOTING ON RICHMOND!!!]

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((FACE OFF IS SET FOR 7:30 J.F TREMBLAY AND DREW FELDER WILL SIT THIS ONE OUT. WE WILL HAVE ALL OF THE HIGHLIGHTS TONIGHT AT 11, MIKE.))



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The Winston Cup stars are in California this weekend at Roger Penske's two mile track.
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Qualifying was supposed to start at 5:30 this afternoon, but it has been raining at the track for the past three hours.
The cars haven't been able to practice, and it looks like Cup time trials will be completely washed out for today.

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Many of the top track programs in the area are in Salem this weekend for the 34-th annual Cosmopolitan Invitational Track & Field Meet.
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In 34 years more than 24-thousand student athletes have competed in the Cosmo Track Meet.
Over 1-thousand athletes from 29 middle, Junior, and Senior high schools will compete this weekend.
Junior and Senior participation are about the same but there's a huge increase at the middle school level.
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The middle schools are the future of the Cosmo. But many coaches say its the meets tradition that gets the athletes geared up for the two days of competition.
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The finals in all divisions will be held tomorrow.

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The Roanoke Wrath players open their pro soccer season at home tomorrow night against the Northern Virginia Royals at 7:30 at Victory Stadium.
And playing in the grand old stadium to start off the year is in itself a plus.
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The last two seasons have not exactly been banner years for Steelers' quarterback Kordell Stewart.
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But today Pittsburgh gave the versatile player a contract extension that will keep him in the steel city at least through the year 2003.
No terms of the deal were released, but Stewart was scheduled to make two million dollars next season.
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After a cold rainy week, there will be a slow, steady change in our forecast this weekend. Patrick Evans tells us about other changes that come in May. Here's our monthly Almanac.
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Tonight on News 7 at 11 - the tale of two people who have been married over 3 decades - and have spent that married life working for the same company.
Between them, Sheridan Watkins and his wife Audrey have put in more than 80 years of service at Burlington Industries in Glasgow.
Today - they're retiring together... And Burlington is giving them a sendoff in style.
We'll have the story for you, on News 7 at 11.

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