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Next on News 7-
A plane is circling Roanoke at this hour with a landing gear that won't go down. The plane will have to land on two wheels later tonight.
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[VO-NAT]


Lose your job and you could lose your home. It's an all too familiar scenario- The effect of plant closings coming up.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 is next. [Open]
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[Plane]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A small plane is in trouble above the Roanoke Regional Airport-
The plane is apparently having problems with its landing gear, and is circling the airport.
Crews on the ground apparently used lights to look up at the plane and saw that one wheel was not down.
Right now we believe the plane is circling the airport perhaps to run out of fuel- which could take up to an hour to an hour and half. The plane will then probably attempt to make an emergency landing.

A news 7 crew is at the aireport. We will have pictures and more information as it becomes available.[Derail]


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25 cars loaded with coal remain off the tracks tonight in Roanoke County.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


A Norfolk Southern train heading from Roanoke to North Carolina derailed near Route 419 around four this afternoon.
No one was hurt in the accident.
No word yet from Norfolk Southern on when the line will be cleared.
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[Foreclosures]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=99-26 1:37:36]
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We're supposed to be in boom times. Virginia has its lowest unemployment in a half century.
But there are no boom times where companies are downsizing and plants closing up shop.
And that's already taking a toll on at least one county in our area.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-John Glasgow/Real Estate Agent; :10]
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John Glasgow has been a real estate agent for 20 years.. and he says recently every week he gets between four and five home foreclosures.
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[SOT 02:22]
[IN Q= I think what you're]

((JOHN GLASGOW/REAL ESTATE AGENT: I THINK WHAT YOU'RE SEEING IS PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN IN THE AREA FOR A LONG TIME, WHO HAVE WORKED IN THE AREA FOR A LONG TIME AND HAVE GOTTEN LAID OFF))
[RUNS=5]
[OUT Q=gotten laid off]


Glasgow says many people can't afford their homes anymore and that some are the victims of several plant closings.
Virginia Apparel, J P S Converter and Pluma are few of the plants that has closed within the year.
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[SOT03:34]
[IN Q=I think we're on]

((JOHN GLASGOW/REAL ESTATE AGENT: I THINK WE'RE ON THE CUSP. I THINK WE'VE GOT A SITUATION THAT IS NOT SERIOUS. BUT COULD BECOME A SERIOUS SITUATION))
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[OUT Q=a serious situation]


And The Franklin County Commissioner of Revenue Office agrees.
Stating that it's not just new homeowners being affected but also those who have been there more than 8 years.
And Glasgow says a foreclosure affects everyone in the neighborhood.
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[SOT 11:14]
[IN Q=the bank will]

((JOHN GLASGOW: REAL ESTATE AGENT: THE BANK WILL PUT THAT HOME BACK ON THE MARKET AND THEY'LL PUT IT ON THE MARKET AT A PRICE THAT IS HURTFUL TO OTHER HOMEOWNERS AND IT CAN DRIVE THE PRICE OF NEIGHBORHOODS DOWN, NOT CAN, DOES ))
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[OUT Q=not can, does]

Joy Sutton News 7.

[Brush-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Mother Nature is helping in the battle to control brush fires out west.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-San Bernardino Co, CA]


Temperatures were a bit cooler today and humidity a little higher-
Firefighters appear to be making some progress- They have a handle on one of the largest blazes.
Authorities estimate about 35-percent of the fire has been surrounded or contained.
So far wildfires have scorched more than 60 thousand acres in the San Bernardino National Forest.
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[Dennis]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The tourists are usually pouring into the beaches by now-
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Kill Devil Hills, NC]


But instead this is what it looks like in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina.
On the eve of the Labor Day weekend - Dennis has kept vacationers away.
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((NORMALLY WE'RE PACKED, NORMALLY.))
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[VO-NAT]


8-Million dollars is usually made here on Labor Day weekend- but "not this year" as cancellations pour in- just like the wind and rain.
Heavy rain and huge waves will likely continue for a few more days.
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[Toss-2-Robin]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[Writer=ejo]
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So do ANY Atlantic beaches hold promise for the holiday weekend? Robin Reed is on "Beachwatch" in our Weather Center.


[WX1] [11:00pm] [09/02/1999] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]BEACH FORECASR WAKE UP FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][Fire-Chief]


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Lynchburg's top firefighter has resigned his post, claiming the job of fire chief took too much of a toll on his personal life.
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Fred Mills had served as the city's fire chief for just over three years.
He told a news conference today that the decision to step down was a personal one, and "not" related to any problems within the department.
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[SOT 21:11:05]
[IN Q=We're not]

((FRED MILLS/LYNCHBURG FIRE CHIEF: WE'RE NOT MAKING CHANGES THAT ARE RADICAL OR OFF- BASE AND I'M CONFIDENT THAT THOSE CHANGES WILL TAKE PLACE AND THAT THEY WILL BE SUCCESSFUL, WHETHER I'M THE CHIEF OF THE DEPARTMENT OR SOMEONE ELSE IS, THEY'LL BE SUCCESSFUL.))
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[OUT Q=they'll be successful.]
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[VO-NAT]


Many firefighters have expressed concern recently that Mills hasn't done enough to address problems of staffing shortages and minority hiring.
Mills will remain as chief until his replacement is hired.
The city hopes to have a new chief on board by January.
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[Bank-Robbery]


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The man who robbed a bank in Ararat this morning is still at large.
Patrick County authorities say a man entered B B and T, gave the teller a note, and left with an undisclosed amount of money.
State police and FBI agents are investigating, and are following leads on a suspect.



[WACO]


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The FBI's role in the Waco fire is under fire.
The Justice Department released tapes today- which suggest the FBI may have started the fire- not the Branch Davidians.
Cindy (PEN-ya) Pena has more.
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[SUPER=01-Sen. Phil Gramm/(R) Texas; 1:01]
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((IT WAS APRIL 19, 1993 -- A TRAGIC FIRE AFTER A 51-DAY STAND-OFF BETWEEN THE FBI AND DAVID KORESH AND HIS FOLLOWERS....
NOW--THERE'S EVIDENCE THE FBI USED INCENDIARY TEAR GAS CANISTERS ON A CONCRETE BUNKER -- NEAR THE WOODEN COMPOUND-- HOURS BEFORE THE BLAZE BROKE OUT.
THE EVIDENCE-- WHICH U-S MARSHALS CONFISCATED FROM FBI HEADQUARTERS WAS RELEASED TODAY BY THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT. THE TAPE WAS FROM AN FBI PLANE WHICH RECORDED A CONVERSATION BETWEEN AGENTS AND A SUPERIOR -- WHO OKAYED THE USE OF FLAMMABLE TEAR GAS.
IN THE CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION THAT FOLLOWED THE TRAGEDY, U-S ATTORNEY GENERAL JANET RENO TESTIFIED THAT BRANCH DAVIDIANS -- NOT THE FBI-- STARTED THE FIRE. BUT THIS LATEST REVELATION RAISES QUESTIONS ABOUT WHETHER RENO KNEW ABOUT THE FLAMMABLE TEAR GAS. SEN. PHIL GRAMM/R-TX I THINK THIS IS ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF WHERE SHE HAS EITHER LIED TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE OR ALLOWED THE AMERICAN PEOPLE TO BE LIED TO.
THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SAYS RENO DIDN'T GET ALL THE INFORMATION... BILL JOHNSTON/ASST. U.S ATTORNEY I WAS ESSENTIALLY TRYING TO TELL HER --MAAM SOMEONE'S NOT TELLING YOU WHAT'S GOING ON... OR AT LEAST IT APPEARS TO ME BY HER STATEMENTS, SHE DIDN'T KNOW.
RENO NOW WANTS AN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION. THE WHITE HOUSE AND THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT ARE REPORTEDLY LOOKING FOR A REPUBLICAN FIGURE TO HEAD UP THE PROBE. AMONG THE NAMES BEING DISCUSSES: FORMER SENATOR JOHN DANFORTH, WARREN RUDMAN AND DAN WEBB. CINDY PENA/CBS NEWS: WITH CONGRESS SET TO RETURN TO WASHINGTON NEXT WEEK-- HOUSE REPUBLICANS ARE ALREADY CALLING FOR ANOTHER CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION. ON CAPITOL HILL, CINDY PENA, FOR CBS NEWS.))

[Truck-Chase]


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You've probably seen plenty of police chases, but here's a new one.
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[SUPER=03-Des Moines, IA/Monday]


A garbage truck driver in Des Moines Iowa led police for miles Monday.
And police cameras have it all on tape as the truck goes through red lights, heads on the wrong side of the road, and doesn't stop until spikes set up on the roadway pop the tire.
That's where police caught up with 33 year old Jeffrey Crees. Among the charges .. assault with a deadly weapon, namely the garbage truck.
Police say the chase started after Crees left the scene of an accident.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
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V-M-I wants to keep a report private. Still ahead on News 7, find out why the Institute does NOT want the details to get out.
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[VO-NAT]


And what's going on here! This is not a riot, but a religious tradition.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Howdy folks Mike Stevens here getting everyone set for the weekend with the Friday Football Extra rundown for week two. Also, high school girls' hoops from tonight are on the way as are highlights from the Avalanche-Hillcats game and a look at the Ferrum football team, later on the big 7.))

[VMI]


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Questions still plague V-M-I about the dismissal of a top cadet in June.
And today, V-M-I was back in court... trying to keep a report that may answer those questions away from the media.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington/File Tape;]


The report is sealed... and discusses an incident in which a top cadet allegedly pressured three female students for sex.
Today, attorneys for the Roanoke Times argued [SUPER=03-Danville;] that the facts of the report can be made publi

c, while still protecting the students' privacy.
But V-M-I officials told Judge Jackson Kiser that releasing any more information would betray the confidence ... and identities ... of the three women involved.
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((COL. MIKE BISSELL: I THINK THAT, RIGHT NOW, THE CONFIDENTIALITY THAT WE'VE BUILT INTO THE CORPS FOR REPORTING INCIDENTS IS WONDERFUL. AND I DON'T WANT TO MIRE THAT AND I DON'T WANT TO DETER THAT. ))
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The judge says he won't make a ruling until attorneys for the Justice Department and V-M-I submit proposals on HOW MUCH detail from the report is safe to reveal.

[Lee]


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A judge has ruled that Giles County's prosecutor used a wrong law to indict a teacher for sexual misconduct.
The judge dismissed the case against 41-year old Richard Gene Lee yesterday, when Prosecutor Garland Spangler could not find any other statute that would apply to the charges
Lee was set to be tried this week on charges of taking liberties with a minor.

He denies all charges.[Connex]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jha]
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Employment will be on the rise in Botetourt County next month.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Troutville/September 1998]


Connex Pipe Systems closed last year, taking over one hundred jobs with it.
But the company will be opening its doors once again in October, offering jobs to about 50 people.
Connex makes heavy duty pipe. Just about all of it is sold overseas.
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[Power-Deregulation]


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18-thousand American Electric Power customers in Central and Southwest Virginia may get a sneek-peek at power de-regulation.
A-E-P wants to let them buy power from any electricity supplier registered in the state by early 2001.
The idea is to help the company and consumers prepare for 2002, when retail electric deregulation arrives in Virginia.

[Miss-Virginia]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[WRITER=jha]
[TAPE#=99-24 2:00:52]
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Miss Virginia is making a wish in the land where dreams come true .. and hoping that it will help her come home with a crown.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Crystal Lewis is planning on enjoying her very first trip to Disney World next week, where she will meet up with her co-contestants in the Miss America pageant.
She has hopes of becoming the second consecutive Miss Virginia to walk away with the national crown.
After the enchanting trip to the Magic Kingdom, she will head to Atlantic City for the Miss America pageant on September 18th.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
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They may replace open-heart surgery. Still ahead on News 7, robots are now helping doctors.
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[VO-NAT]


And it's called Spray String. You can see why it's being recalled. The details are next.
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[Lotto]
[SUPER=135-7 1 6/7 1 9 4/7 9 13 20 29]





[Recalls]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=jja]
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A number of recalls to tell you about tonight- They're all children's products.
The first is a type of spray string popular at children's birthday parties.
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((nat sound of fire starting))
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[VO-NAT]


This is what can happen if the spray string is used near a flame.
More than 900-thousand cans of string sold under the names Crazy Ribbon and Crazy string are coming off the store shelves- the propellant in the cans is highly flammable.
The government is also recalling 60-thousand acrobatic swings- sold with backyard gym sets.
The trapeze swings have exposed bolts that could cause lacerations.
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[pinnacle page full]
Backyard products makes the gym sets-
For a free repair kit- call Backyard Products at 1-888 446-0750.

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Four of the popular Precious Moments toys are also being recalled.
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[VO-NAT]


Apparently the pom-poms on three of the Tender Tails dolls can come off and pose a choking hazard to young children.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Enesco Corporation are recalling about 472-thousand stuffed toys.


Parents are encouraged to immediately cut the pom-poms off of the toys.
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[TAKE Pinnacle Page]
The dolls include the Lady Bug, the Bee, the Butterfly and the Reindeer.
For more information call Enesco at 1-800-NEAR-YOU.
Or you can find them on the internet at enesco-dot-com.
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[Robotic-Surgery]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=ejo]
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It's being called a medical milestone in cardiac care. Heart surgeons have performed the first robotic heart surgery in the United States.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-Courtesy: OSU Med. Center;]


The procedure is called "closed heart surgery". Instead of opening a patient's chest, only three incisions the size of a penny are made to reach the heart.
Doctors at Ohio State University sit at a computer screen with sensors attached to the hands, and a robotic machine makes the same movements inside the patient.
The procedure should allow most patients to go home much more quickly.
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[Fireballs]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=ejo]
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Don't try this at home ... unless your home is the village of Nejapa in El Salvador.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Nejapa, El Salvador]


Villages are carrying on a 300 year old tradition .. called the "Fireball War" festival.
It's in honor of St. Jerome, the town's patron saint.
900 balls of various textiles are soaked with fuel, and then set alight.
The fighters wear numerous layers of protective clothing and douse themselves in water before staging a mock battle.
No one is sure how this tradition started. Whatever its origin, injuries are said to be very rare.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD/Devil Rays vs. Orioles; :00]


400 was the number of the night especially for baseball fans of the Baltimore Orioles.
Last night against the the Devil Rays at Camden Yards, Cal Ripken Junior hit his 400th career homerun.
It's his first homer since July 25th. The 39 year old is hitting 331 this season.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-46]
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The Salem Avalanche and Lynchburg Hillcats hooked up at Salem Memorial last night in the next to last home game of the season in the yard.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Hillcats vs. Avalanche; :00]


It was fan appreciation night as the first 2000 folks through the gate got a free gift from the team.
It was also time for a couple of fan favorites to pick up awards. Jody Gerut won the Doug Million Memorial Award as the team's MVP, while Travis Thompson was named to the league's all-star team.
Rogelio Arias singles to left field and he will drive in Brian Anthony from second base as the Avalanche jumps in front 1-to-nothing.
Salem would pad its lead later in the inning with the bases loaded as Todd Sears doubles off the center field wall to score all three runs with the double. Salem is in front 4-to-nothing.
[SUPER=37-Lynchburg/3/Salem/5;]


That turned out to be the game winning play as the Hillcats rallied for three runs. But Salem wins it tonight 5-to-3.
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[S-Vikings]


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In girls high school basketball, the Northside Vikings hosted Glenvar as two of the valley's perennial powers battled inside the area's nicest gym.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Glenvar vs. Northside; :00]


Head Coach Jim Robinson and the Lady Vikings were going over some last minute strategy before halftime.
The Vikes Donna Robertson drives and dishes to Lauren Ellis for the bucket and Northside hits the locker room with a 23-to-18 lead.
Glenvar would successfully play catchup in the third period as Sarah Peterson passes to Meredith Shouse for the deuce.
[super=33-Glenvar/35/Northside/51;]


Robertson would keep driving and dishing and this time Paige Fraley is the benefactor. Northside wins it 51 to 35.
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[S-Girls]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Elsewhere, Byrd beat Jefferson Forest by 15, Rockbridge County whipped Parry McCluer 69-to-51. Blacksburg beat Graham by 2, Rural Retreat hammered Honaker, and in the Carroll County tip-off tournament, the Cavs beat Christiansburg to win the title, Ft. Chiswell topped Radford 50-to-49 to come in second, while Magna Vista beat Grayson County.

[S-Floyd]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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One of the top games on Friday Football Extra tonight will be in Floyd County as the Buffaloes host Giles in a huge Three Rivers district battle.
Floyd opened with a non-district win over James River last week, while Giles was shelled by Blacksburg.
Plus, last year Giles was the only team to beat Floyd in the regular season.
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[OUT Q=...the challenge."]
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[VO-NAT con't]


This will be just one of 15 games we will have for you tonight. Here's the Friday Football Extra Week Two rundown.


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[Sports Tease]


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Still to come tonight, George Welsh sounds a little uptight for this weekend's game. I'll let you be the judge of that.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus, Roy Stanley will check in from Ferrum as the Panthers get set for their season opener this Saturday at home.


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[S-Ferrum]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Ferrum Panthers lost their final four games last season - so this year the coaches and players have adopted a new attitude and a new philosophy on offense.
Roy Stanley has more from the Panthers' campus.
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[SUPER=01-Charles Spangler/Ferrum Center; :35]
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[Deer-Loose]


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And finally- maybe he was looking for a used Impala.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chicago, IL; ]


A young deer was found wandering around a used car lot in Chicago this morning.
Employees tried, and failed, to get him out ... then the police were called in.
They somehow got the deer into the back of their squad car, took the animal to a nearby wooded area, and set it free.
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[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=]




[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Microwave]



[Live= Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=@Joy1;]
[SUPER=05-Roanoke;]








[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Microwave]

(toss back to anchor)