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Up next on News 7...
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Police with search dogs are trying to find an inmate who escaped from an Augusta County Prison.
Fire destroys homes in Montgomery and Franklin Counties.
Plus Tennessee and Florida fans go head to head in the same house.
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News 7 is next. [Open]
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[Prison-Break]


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The search is on tonight for an inmate from the Augusta Correctional Center, who disappeared from the state prison Friday morning.
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Guards and their tracking dogs searched for a scent outside of the prison's fences, while others continued the hunt inside the correctional center near Craigsville.
They were looking for 38- year- old Anthony Lee Belcher, an inmate serving a 12- year- sentence for statutory burglary, grand larceny, escape, and assault.
Guards were unable to account for Belcher during an inmate count, at 11 o'clock Friday morning... They have no idea how he may have escaped.
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((DEBBIE SWISHER/OPERATIONS OFFICER: SINCE THEN WE HAVE STATE POLICE, THE AUGUSTA COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT, SEVERAL OF THE LOCAL CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES HAVE SENT ADDITIONAL STAFF. WE HAVE OUR CANINE UNITS, AND THE SEARCH IS ON-GOING, AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE SO UNTIL WE APPREHEND OR FIND WHERE THIS INDIVIDUAL IS.))
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The prison has been open since November of 1985. This would be the first successful escape.
Authorities are asking anyone with information on Belcher's whereabouts to call the Augusta Correctional Center at (540) 997-7000 or the Virginia State Police.))

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A propane explosion is believed to be responsible for a destructive house fire overnight.
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The fire broke out just before midnight on Chestnut Ridge Road, in the Riner section of Montgomery County.
Firefighters arrived to find the house engulfed in flames.
Family members escaped with only minor injuries.
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About six hours later, a house in Franklin County went up in flames, this one along Valley View Road near the Coopers Cove area.
Firefighters never had a chance. This house was fully on fire when they arrived just before six AM.
No one was home at the time. Fire officials say there is NO evidence that the blaze was deliberately set.
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[Va-Floyd]


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President Clinton today granted a "major" disaster declaration for nine eastern Virginia counties hit hard by Hurricane Floyd.
Thousands of Virginians are still without power, phone service and drinking water.

[Flood-Floyd]


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But the Hurricane's greatest devastation is both to our south, and north.
Jennifer Jones has the latest.
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Hurricane Floyd may be history... but the storm's legacy lingers on in North Carolina. Some areas are still dealing with devastating floodwaters - a problem that doesn't appear to be going away anytime soon.
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From up above, a daunting view of the damage caused by Floyd. Homes almost completely submerged... farm crops ruined... and roads virtually impassible. And as the death toll continues to climb, rescue teams are busy searching for people stranded or still missing.
Residents in this rural neighborhood just 20 miles outside of Raleigh also hit hard
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No more water but plenty to talk about

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And lots of their worries for their neighbors
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President Clinton has declared much of (the eastern two-thirds of North Carolina) a disaster area. Also on that list: four counties in New York State... as well as portions of New Jersey where floodwaters have receded... but power outages and other problems still remain.

((sot: Larry Zensinger, FEMA Director of Human Resources, Response and

Recovery)) "Our objective in working with the states as part of the recovery process is going to be to help move people to the shelters to various kinds of temporary housing... and provide individuals in the declared states the assistance to help them get back on their feet."
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No such trouble around here ... we couldn't ask for much of a better September Saturday, but how does it look for Sunday? Let's check with Andrew Freiden in our Weather Center.


[WX1] [11:00pm] [09/18/1999]
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Residents of a Roanoke neighborhood celebrated their success today... and encouraged other families to join them.

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((PEARLINE TANNER/GILMER AVE. RESIDENT: I'M ENJOYING IT. IT'S A QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD. CLEAN NEIGHBORHOOD. WE TRY TO KEEP IT CLEAN. AND A PEACEFUL NEIGHBORHOOD.))
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Pearline (purr-leen) Tanner has lived on Gilmer Avenue for two years, and says she's hopeful that others will make their home in the Gilmer- Loudon neighborhood.
The Northwest Neighborhood Environmental Organization has been working for almost twenty years to revitalize the area, and provide affordable housing. The group's efforts are paying off.
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((RIGHT NOW WE HAVE ABOUT 29 HOMES THAT ARE AVAILABLE FOR RENT AND SALE, AND WE FEEL THAT BY ALLOWING PEOPLE TO COME INTO THIS NEIGHBORHOOD AND LOOK AT SOME OF THE HOUSES THAT WE BUILT THEY WILL FEEL BETTER ABOUT INNER CITY LIVING AND THEY WILL BE ATTRACTED TO LIVE IN THIS COMMUNITY.))
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Today's event included a neighborhood tour and open house. Organizers say they are trying to fight stereotypes about affordable housing, and the quality of life in Roanoke's inner city neighborhoods.

[Road-Safety]


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The focus was on highway safety today in Salem, as a group of Roanoke Valley truck drivers fired up a friendly competition.
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The 15th Truck Safety Roadeo brought 45 drivers to Salem High School, where they negotiated a written test and a challenging road course.
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((WHAT OUR DRIVERS DO IS COME OUT AND PRACTICE THEIR PROFESSIONALISM, SHOW HOW THEY DRIVE THROUGH THE COURSE SAFELY WITHOUT HITTING THE BARRICADES.))
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The annual event is sponsored by the Safety Council of Southwest Virginia and Volvo Trucks.
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Can Virginia deliver another Miss America? Still ahead, we'll show you wears next year's crown.
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And look out, Big Lick. Volunteer fans pack the upstairs room, while Gator backers whoop it up below.
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[Texas-Funerals]


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Four people killed in Wednesday's Texas shootings were buried today.
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Among those remembered today ... Susan Jones. Her mother stood up and urged those gathered to put a smile on their faces for her daughter.
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((And the only way that I can handle today is to think that some of you will be challenged to give 100%. So thank you, I love you, praise Jesus and God))
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Susan Jones was one of seven people shot to death by Larry Ashbrook, who then took his own life.
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[Miss-America]


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No repeat for Miss Virginia in the Miss America pageant. The woman who will wear the crown into the year 2000 hails from Kentucky.
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In fact, Heather Rene French is the first contestant from Kentucky to win the title in the Pageant's 78 year history.
Miss Illinois, Jade Smalls, was the first runner up.
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[Tenn-Fla]


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For those who prefer football to Miss America, a big game tonight .... the battle of the Volunteer and Gator fans ... in the same building.
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We take you now to the Big Lick Public House. On one floor, devoted Florida fans, who got some of the first chances to whoop it up.
But it wasn't long before Tennessee supporters just above got their chance.
The Tennessee crowd didn't have the upper hand by game's end, but they did have the upper floor.
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If you watched the game, you know it was the Florida fans who happily endured the floor thumping ... their team won.
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Feeling jazzy in Roanoke. Still ahead, we'll take you to the Blue Ridge Festival.
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And a rally to legalize marijuana. Only, it's not legal yet, and dozens are arrested for possession.
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In Boston, people pushing to legalize marijuana believe in practicing what they preach.
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Thousands attended the tenth annual rally to legalize pot.
They were also gathering signatures for a proposed amendment to allow the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes.
Several apparently weren't waiting for a change in the law. 40 people were arrested for drug possession.
Overall, police say the rally was peaceful.
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[Business-Review]


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Rubatex union workers walk the walk ... but won't talk to anyone.
And another apparel company takes another big hit.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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[NOTHING ON CHROMAKEY THIS WEEK] [99-43 at 8:47]
This week on the Review:
Rubatex says there's a seat reserved at the bargaining table ... should striking Steelworkers accept the invitation to sit down.
The union refuses to say why its members won't work.
Contract talks have been dead for a week. [99-24 at 2:03:40]
In Roanoke, Valley Metro drivers approved a new contract.
And THEY talked about it.
Their new deal raises pay and provides better medical benefits.
The contract's good through June 2002. [98-26 at 1:05:15]
Another bundle of jobs going south from the apparel company that closed six plants last year, including one in Hillsville.
Bassett Walker will shut down sewing facilities in Brookneal and in North Carolina...
sending another 400 jobs to Mexico. [trains]
Norfolk Southern is taking the town of Marion to court.
Town council passed an ordinance banning train whistles at night unless it's an emergency.
N-S says accident rates skyrocket when whistle bans are enforced. [99-29 at 1:00:07]
First a free-trade zone at the airport in Dublin, now an International Trade Association.
New River Valley business leaders formed the group this week.
They say it's another step toward putting small Virginia towns on the big map of international trade. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
It was a losing week on Wall Street.
The Dow dropped 225 points, closing at 10-thousand, 803.
The Nasdaq lost 17.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.
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[Festival]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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It was a feast for the senses in downtown Roanoke, as hundreds enjoyed the Taste of the Blue Ridge Blues and Jazz Festival.
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The Blue Ridge Jazz Ensemble, a group of regional artists, brought in the day's first taste of jazz. There were plenty of other flavors floating around Elmwood park, as several area restaurants backed up the bands with some of their specialties.
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It was homecoming in Charlottesville tonight and Virginia's Thomas Jones rushed for 164 yards and three touchdowns as the Cavs beat Wake Forest 35 to 7.
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/ESPN2; :]


The Demon Deacons knew it would be a tough one and Thomas Jones made sure of that early.
After a 26 yard run, Jones would take the handoff make a nice juke move on the defender and score on the 20 yard T-D run and the Cavaliers took the 7 to nothing lead in the first quarter.
Jones made it 14 to nothing on a 3 yard T-D run then Virginia will use this reverse getting it to Tavon Mason who struts in from 31 yards out to make it 21 to nothing Cavaliers.
Wake trailed 28 to nothing when Jammie Deese pulls in this Ben Stankey 26 yard T-D pass to make it 28 to 7 at the half.
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Jones would score his third touchdown of the game on this 14 yard run and the Cavaliers get the 35 to 7 win over Wake Forest.
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VMI was looking for its second straight win of the season as East Tennessee came for a visit for the Keydets Homecoming.
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VMI huddled up to plan its offensive strategy, the plan would lead to a first quarter score.
The Buccaneers lead by three when Keydet Matt Maxey lined up for this 22 yard field goal. Maxey nailed it and the game is tied at three.
Then in the second quarter East Tennessee State's Todd Wells gives to Raymondo Miller, the short jog is good for the touch down.
A turnover gives VMI the ball with a little more than a minute left in the half as Joey Gibson's pass to Gene Cauthen is good for the big gain.
[super=36-East Tenn. St/26/VMI/17;]


But the Buccaneer defense pulls in Gibson next attempt to end the half and the East Tennessee State spoils the homecoming party beating VMI 26-to-17
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Up on the hill at Washington and Lee, The Generals hosted the Guilford Quakers in an ODAC showdown.
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The Generals pep band warming up the crowd for the big game at Wilson Field.
In the first quarter, Guilford leads it 6 to nothing. Then David Hessler hands off to Corey Jinnette who carries the ball for the first down.
[SUPER=36-Guilford/22/Washington & Lee/20/;]


Then Hessler calls his own number running into the end zone for the score and the Quakers beat the Generals 22 to 20.
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The Washington Redskins will try and rebound from a tough loss to Dallas last weekend but its going to be a tough task to go into the Meadowlands and beat the 1 and 0 New York Giants on their home turf.
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[PINNACLE PAGE 7503]
Also tomorrow, Keep it on WDBJ for NFL action beginning at noon with the Jacksonville/Carolina game followed by Denver and Kansas City at four.

[S-College]


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Penn State comes from behind to beat Miami, You saw it on your Hometown Station Florida beating Tennessee in the Swamp.
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[SUPER=03-Tallahassee, FL/ABC SPORTS; :]


And top ranked Florida State said not this time Wolfpack.
The Seminoles broke the game open in the second half and cruised to the 42 to 20 win over N.C. State.
And now here are tonights college scores.
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[Sports Tease]


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And coming up, Rusty Wallace leads qualifying at New Hampshire the Indians beat the Yankees.
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[VO-NAT]


And Sammy Sosa hits one for the record books.
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Rusty Wallace will start up front win the green flag drops tomorrow for the Dura Lube/Kmart 300 at the New Hampshire International Speedway.
Wallace captured the pole with a speed of 129 oint 820 miles per hour.
Points leader Dale Jarrett will start on the outside. Here's a look at the top 25.
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Darrell Waltrip failed to make the field.
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Cleveland broke a two game home losing streak beating the New York Yankees 5 to 4.
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[SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/FOX SPORTS; :]


Joe Torre watched as his team took an early 2 to nothing lead.
The first score came when Derek Jeter sends this pitch deep over the left centerfield wall for a solo homer to make the score 1 to nothing New York.
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But the Indians would answer the call twice in the bottom of the second Roberto Alomar hits this sacrafice fly scoring a runner and the Indians win it 5 to 4.
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St. Louis dealt a blow to Houston's quest for the National League Central Division title beating the Astros 13 to 6.
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A look at the sites of downdown St. Louis.
The Astros led 2 to nothing but J.D. Drew smokes this pitch for a three run homer over the right centerfield wall and the game was tied at 2 to 2 in the second.
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Then in the fourth Mark McGwire hits this shot to right field Edgar Renteria rounds the bases to score and the Cardinals win it 13 to 6.
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In Chicago, Sammy Sosa hit one for the record books.
Sosa hit his 60-th homer of the season today in the bottom of the sixth off Jason Bere and he becomes the first player to hit 60 home runs in more than one season.
And now, here are tonight's scores.
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In high school girls hoops, Rye Cove wins the Glenvar tournament beating J.J. Kelly 56 to 47. And Brookville beat Glenvar 46 to 36.


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At six feet tall and 300 pounds, ostriches are formidable birds you probably wouldn't want to mess with.
But one Southside farmer makes his living by doing exactly that.
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Tony King started the first ostrich farm in Pittsylvania County eight years ago.
The birds live as long as 90 years and can lay around 100 eggs a year.
King says that makes them a better investment than most livestock.
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You can learn more in this week's Virginia Profile, tomorrow morning on News 7 Sunday morning beginning at 8.
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