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On NEWS -7 at SIX: the penalty for
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Christian School teacher Cynthia Carr - -the price she'll pay for having a sexual relationship with a male student.
And the couple with all the dead cats in Salem goes to court... trial set next month.
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In sports, the Roanoke Express signs over a dozen players, we will give you an update, Mike Stevens talks with Redskins top pick Champ Bailey
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and high school football practice rolls on at both William Fleming and Cave Spring.
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Pleasantly cool temperatures overnight will be downright chilly in comparison to last week's lows. Stay tuned for all the maps.

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She had sex with a 14 year old student of hers. This afternoon, she learned how much time she'll spend in prison.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Cynthia-Carroll]


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A former teacher at a Christian school in Radford will spend time behind bars for engaging in a sexual relationship described by prosecutors as not only illegal but also repulsive.
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34- year old Cynthia Carroll was sentenced today to two years in prison-- with an opportunity to enter a treatment program after eight months.
Carroll is a former teacher at the now defunct "Three Angels Christian School" located in the basement of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Radford.
While teaching, she began having sex at the church with Jeremy Cultice when he was 14- years old.
Prior to sentencing, her attorneys tried to paint a picture of a pure and lonely woman who's only crime was returning the affection of one of her students.
Cultice says she took advantage of his innocence.
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Carroll could have been sentenced to 70- years in prison, but in arguing for a lighter sentence her attorneys pointed out the worst punishment for Carroll has already occurred because she'll never be able to teach again.

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Two Salem residents charged with animal cruelty will be tried in September.
They were arraigned this morning in General District Court.
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((...CRUELLY OR UNNECESSARILY BEAT, OR MAIM OR MANGLE OR KILL AN ANIMAL OR CAUSE ANY OF THE ABOVE ACTS.))
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Michael W. Boyd and Cheryl A. Boyd shook their heads as Judge George Harris read the charges against them.
Last week, animal control officers removed fifty cats from their home on Apperson Drive. Another twenty five cats were found dead in the residence.
This morning after the hearing, Michael Boyd told reporters, "we loved them with all of our hearts. They were like our kids to us."
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The home has been declared uninhabitable. The building inspector is giving the owners 30 days to decide if they will demolish the building, or attempt repairs.

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Governor Jim Gilmore today asked the federal government to declare five Virginia counties natural disaster areas because of drought conditions.
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The counties include Montgomery and Giles.
Sixteen additional counties have asked for disaster declarations-- and the Governor will review those damage assessments when they're complete.
The federal declaration would allow farmers to get special assistance, including low interest loans.
A separate bill is pending in Congress to provide cash grants.
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Yesterday, President Clinton made some assistance available specifically to the counties bordering West Virginia from Highland to Tazewell.

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If you're a Gen-Xr and you think you're more likely to see a U-F-O than a Social Security check...
Your government wants to prove you wrong.
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The Social Security Administration's Deputy Commissioner was in Roanoke today.
She was talking up a statement all workers older than 25 will soon be receiving in the mail.
It tells you how much you can expect the government to pay you when you retire ... or if you become disabled.
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((CAROLYN COLVIN: YOU OFTEN HEAR THAT THEY DON'T THINK SOCIAL SECURITY WILL BE THERE FOR THEM WHEN THEY NEED IT. AND IT'S THERE FOR THEM NOW. IF THEY BECOME DISABLED THEIR BENEFIT CERTAINLY WOULD BE GREATER THAN ONE THEY COULD GET ON THE PRIVATE MARKET.))
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Carolyn Colvin said Washington will find a way to make sure the Social Security fund still has money in it when younger workers start to retire...
Even though Congress wants to give a predicted budget surplus back to taxpayers.
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((Scott Goldberg: Which is more important? Cutting taxes or saving Social Security? /////////COLVIN:WE THINK THE RIGHT THING TO DO IS SAVE THE SURPLUS, FIX SOCIAL SECURITY FIRST, AS I MENTIONED THAT CAN BE DONE WITHOUT USING ALL OF THE SURPLUS. ))
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Without a fix ... retirees will be taking more money out of Social Security than younger workers are putting in it by the year 2034.
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[Great-Jobs]


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Of course, before you start worrying about paying Social Security taxes, you first have to find a job .. something that can be difficult even in today's job market where many positions go begging.
Steve Smallshaw talked with a Bedford County author who has made a career out of putting other people to work.
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(( Wendy Enelow's job is helping other people find jobs.
From the comfort of her home office in Bedford County, Enelow has worked with clients around the world in perfecting their resumes, finding job openings and polishing their interview skills.
She just published her fifth book in a series of self- help publications all geared towards landing your dream job.
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((WENDY ENELOW/CAREER MANAGEMENT EXPERT: JUST LIKE ANY OTHER PROFESSION, THERE ARE TRICKS OF THE TRADE AND THERE ARE THINGS THAT WE CAN HELP JOB SEEKERS LEARN THAT WILL IN TURN MAKE THEM MORE EFFECTIVE, SHORTEN THEIR CYCLE AND HOPEFULLY IMPROVE THEIR OPPORTUNITIES.))
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Her latest effort is titled "Winning Interviews for $100,000+ Jobs", but Enelow says you don't have to be a would- be executive to buy it.
The book outlines how to sell yourself to a prospective employer and how best to answer those tough interview questions.
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((ENELOW: HAVE YOU EVER BEEN FIRED? WHAT DO YOU CONSIDER YOUR GREATEST STRENGTHS? WHAT ARE YOUR WEAKNESSES AND HOW DO YOU OVERCOME THEM? THERE'S JUST LISTS AND LISTS OF QUESTIONS WITH REALLY SUBSTANTIVE ANSWERS THAT OBVIOUSLY PEOPLE HAVE TO INTERPRET FOR THEMSELVES AND MAKE FACTUAL, BUT AT LEAST IT GIVES YOU A GOOD IDEA BEHIND THE STRATEGY FOR ANSWERING THE QUESTION.))
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[Standup ] ((As you might expect, Wendy Enelow's own resume continues to grow. She recently launched the "Career Masters Institute".. the world's first Internet- based training organization for career placement professionals. Using her web site, Enelow will be coaching the coaches on how to do a better job of helping people find jobs. Steve Smallshaw, News7.))
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Some big numbers are back for "The Big Game". That story is still ahead on News 7 at 5.
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And these high school students are back .. from Japan. And they're bringing back a lot more than just souvenirs.
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The search has been called off for a man who drowned in Claytor Lake on Sunday.
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Apparently the man and relatives were boating when he jumped in. Divers have been searching the area for the last two days but have been unable to recover the body. Officals say they are not planning any more dives and hope the body will surface sometime tomorrow.
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Among the reports of sexual assaults, looting, and burning at Woodstock '99 is news that a Virginia woman alleges she was raped.
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New York State Police are NOT releasing the home town of the 20- year old woman.
But they say she alleges she was raped in the campground, in mid-afternoon on the final day, by two or three men.


She reported the alleged rape at five AM the next day.
Six sexual assaults have been reported -- but witnesses have reported several more they allegedly saw in the mosh pit in front of one of the stages.
New York police have set up a web site with photos of destruction, hoping tipsters can identify some of those involved in the concert's fiery final hours.
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[Voter-Guides]


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The Christian Coalition has won the right to distribute its voter guides.
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A federal judge says the Virginia Beach-based Coalition is NOT breaking federal election laws by publishing its guides.
The Federal Elections Commission had alleged televangelist Pat Robertson's group was endorsing only Republicans, while maintaining a non- profit status.
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The judge DID find that the Christian Coalition conspired with Oliver North's 1994 campaign for the U-S Senate in Virginia, illegally sharing mailing lists.
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[Big-Game]


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Tonight's "Big Game" jackpot is back into nine digit territory. The Virginia Lottery says the payout tonight is 110-million dollars.
The drawing is scheduled for 11 tonight, and we will pass along the winning numbers as soon as possible on News 7 at 11.



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Stocks headed up, then down today, before closing mixed. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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Nine local students are back from the first ever business-sponsored exchange trip between Botetourt County and Japan.
Dynax America, an automotive parts company, paid ten thousand dollars toward the trip.
Tina Tenret caught up with these young pioneers.
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(( They spent two weeks on Hokkaido, the northernmost Japanese island.
You can tell they had a great time.
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((JOSH SKILES/STUDENT: THE PEOPLE THERE ARE MUCH MORE POLITE ... IN THEIR HOME AND IN THEIR COUNTRY.)) [RUNS12]
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They came back loaded with gifts from their host families .
High quality shops wrap gifts in cloth.
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((THIS IS A PAPER UMBRELLA ... DRIES AGAIN. butt butt butt DARLENE CALLAHAN/TEACHER: WE ALSO FOUND IT'S NOT RUDE TO SLURP WHEN EATING NOODLES SO THEIR MOTHERS WILL BE PROUD OF THEM.)) [RUNS23]
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Hokkaido looks a little like Roanoke -- complete with Colonel Sanders.
But a tiny Coke costs a dollar forty.
Josh's kimono cost about a hundred dollars.
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((JOSH SKILES/EXCHANGE STUDENT: A GOOD KIMONO, A REALLY GOOD KIMONO IS SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS. BUTT BUTT BUTT IN JAPAN THEY DON'T WEAR SHOES INDOORS AT ALL. WHEN WE WENT TO THE SCHOOL THERE WE HAD TO WEAR SLIPPERS.)) [RUNS11]
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Japanese students arrive here next spring.
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That means good afternoon, and thank you very much.
Tina Tenret News7 Botetourt County))













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High school football training camp continued today, we will visit Fleming and Cave, the Express shores up it's roster,
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and Mike Stevens talks about both the big time purse and pressure that Skins top pick Champ Bailey is experiencing
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Friday Football Extra's William Fleming Football team was told two things before this season began.
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Number one: this would be Coach George Miller's last year; and two, this year the Colonels could go all the way.
Fleming returns 15 starters and 20 seniors from the '99 football season.
Coach Miller says it will be the same "Colonel Ball" fans have come to expect, but the seniors say they've got a new attitude.
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An era is just beginning at Cave Spring High School.
Ben Foutz is now leading the school he graduated from in 1986.
This is his first head coaching job, but he has experience on both the college and high school level.
He says numbers are up this year, and players and fans will notice some changes when the Knights take the field this season.
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[DO NOT EDIT ON THIS TAPE!!!!]
In the past, being the Redskins' number one draft pick has been more of a curse than an honor.
But tonight, Mike Stevens talks with the man who hopes to change all of that in 1999.
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The Roanoke Valley Sports Club heard from Virginia Tech's Frank Beamer and Virginia assistant coach Gary Tranquill last night.
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Beamer's speech focussed mostly on his Hokies, but was also excited to talk about ken Oxendine's chances with the Falcons.
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Jamal Anderson is holding out of camp in Greenville, South Carolina and that means Kenny is getting more reps and more work.
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((FRANK BEAMER/VIRGINIA TECH FOOTBALL COACH:))
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[S-Express]


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Hockey season is out, but the Express coaching staff has been in...in the office recruiting. Head coach Scott Gordon told News 7 sports today that 16 of 20 players have either signed or have committed to play for Roanoke this coming season. Eight players from last year's team have agreed to terms and seven recruits are signed.
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Tim Christian has agreed to play for the Express, as has J.F. Tremblay and Doug Searle, the team captain and popular defense man.
Calvin Elfring wants to come back, his agent will shop him in higher leagues for now,
and Duane Harmer wants to return, but how much money he wants is a factor.
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Former NBA great Isiah Thomas now wants to have a league of his own.
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Thomas has a letter of intent to purchase the majority of the Continental Basketball Association. He will buy the nine teams that make up the CBA for approximately ten million dollars. Other details of the transaction were not disclosed.
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Communities and law enforcement are coming together across the nation tonight to recognize National Night Out.

It's a chance for residents and local law enforcement to gather and take stock of how they're working together to prevent crime.
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Danville is celebrating 7 years of neighborhood watch programs tonight that residents say are getting visible results.
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((SHIRLEY COLES/NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH: OUR INVOLVEMENT IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD ORGANIZATIONS HAS GIVEN US A REASON TO FEEL THAT EVENTS LIKE THIS DOES TRULY GIVE CRIME A GOING AWAY PARTY.))
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Tonight on News 7 at 11, we'll take a look at how those efforts are paying off.

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