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The high cost of health care insurance has retirees shelling out huge premiums that their former employer won't pa
y.
On NEWS 7 at SIX, Babcock and Wilcox as a case in point.
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And a gasoline tanker collides with another tractor trailer on Interstate-64 with fiery fatal results. We'll take a closer look.
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Tonight on News 7 sports, Steve Mason and new recruit Melanie Moon will check in from the Friday Football Extra halftime Jam in Lynchburg with some special Musical guests.
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And John Andretti was a special guest of the Martinsville Speedway today as he went back to school.
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There might be a little frost on the pumpkin tomorrow morning in some areas. The full fall forecast ahead. [open]
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((I'M NOT HAPPY WITH THIS MESS AND I DON'T GIVE A DAMN WHO KNOWS IT.))
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Hundreds of former employees of the Babcock and Wilcox plant near Lynchburg say changes to their health insurance plan are enough to make them sick.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[B&W-Retirees]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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These were supposed to be their golden years, but now some B&W retirees are wondering how they're going to make ends meet.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Steve/Microwave]


Steve Smallshaw met with a group of them last night.. Steve, what happened to these people?
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The same thing that's happened to thousands of other retirees across the country in recent years.
Their company.. now called BWX Technologies.. is struggling to control healthcare costs for its employees.. and those who took early retirement are caught in the middle.
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(([SOT 13:16:08]

((WILLIAM WILLS/B&W RETIREE; I WAS THERE 32 YEARS AND I FEEL LIKE I GAVE THE COMPANY THE BEST YEARS OF MY LIFE.))
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[OUT Q=of my life.]


But instead of enjoying his retirement, William Wills now shells out 585 dollars a month for his health insurance premium.
Wills and hundreds of other retirees like him left BWX believing healthcare would never be a problem.
[SOT 13:09:17]

((ROY HALL/BWX RETIREE: THEY DIDN'T TELL ME OR SAY THAT, THAT NEXT MONTH OR NEXT YEAR YOUR INSURANCE MIGHT BE TERMINATED, IT MIGHT INCREASE CONSIDERABLY OR WHATEVER.. NONE OF THAT WAS MENTIONED.))
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BWX officials declined to speak on camera, but say their situation is not unique.
Many large companies have trouble finding insurance for retirees between the ages of 55 and 65.. some of whom have pre-existing medical conditions but who don't yet qualify for Medicare.
When they DO find a company willing to take that group on, the costs can be exorbitant.
[SOT 12:52:33]

((WILLIAM WILLS/BWX RETIREE: SOME OF US ARE PAYING ANYWHERE FROM 250 TO SIX OR SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS A MONTH, AND BELIEVE ME, WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR RETIREMENT CHECK, IT DOESN'T LEAVE MUCH TO DO OTHER THINGS WITH.))
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Now these retirees want to do something about it.. not just for themselves but for the people who still work at B-W-X.
[SOT 13:02:06]

((ARLENE BURKS/BWX RETIREE: BECAUSE SOMEDAY FURTHER DOWN THE ROAD THEY'RE GOING TO BE KICKED THE SAME WAY WE WERE KICKED, BUT THEY'RE GOING TO GET KICKED WORSER BECAUSE THEY'RE NOT GOING TO FIGHT.))
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But this group IS willing to fight, and they've contacted an attorney to discuss their legal options.
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They say it's too early to talk about a possible lawsuit.. but retirees at many other big corporations like I-B-M, General Motors and Sears Roebuck have gone down that very road. Keith?

[Tanker-Fatal]


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Another interstate accident has taken a life in western Virginia.
A gasoline tanker collided with a second tractor trailer and burst into flames.
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[TAKE FS Map]
The accident happened this morning on a mountainous stretch of Interstate 64, just west of Covington... and Joe Dashiell has the story.
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((The thick plume of smoke was visible for miles... the flames intense. Truck Drivers Robert and Isabelle Bledsoe shot these pictures as they pulled near the accident.
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The two trucks collided in the west bound lanes of interstate 64... one tractor trailer moving slowly up a hill was hit from behind by the gasoline tanker.
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40 firefighters from four different departments responded. They used foam to control flames that consumed the tanker and scorched 100 yards along the highway.
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State Police haven't released the name of the driver, but they believe he was from the area near Rupert West Virginia.
The accident blocked traffic in both lanes of interstate 64 this morning, but traffic is now moving in both directions.
Joe Dashiell News 7))
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[99-39 12:13]
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The Georgia trucker whose rig went down a 50 foot embankment last night is now listed in stable condition.
53-year-old Joe Robertson had to be extricated from the flatbed tractor-trailer, after it ran off Bent Mountain Road.
He was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
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[Helping-Hand]


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More than a dozen Danville churches and businesses are mobilizing to bring relief to flood victims in Virginia and North Carolina.
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Reverend Larry Hill started the relief effort ... called Operation Helping Hands ... this week after hearing from some devastated North Carolina churches.
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((REV. LARRY HILL/OPERATION HELPING HANDS: THESE ARE THE PEOPLE THAT ARE GOING TO SUFFER FINANCIALLY AND IF WE CAN HELP THEM WITH FOOD AND STUFF LIKE THAT FOR A COUPLE OF MONTHS, THAT WILL GIVE THEM A CHANCE TO GET BACK ON THEIR FEET.))


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[OUT Q=to get back on their feet.]
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Hill says that supplies are already pouring in to local drop-off sites.
One of those locations is K-Mart, where getting relief to flood victims in North Carolina hits home.
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[IN Q=Sharon Carter/Kmart Manager;]

((SHARON CARTER/KMART MANAGER: IN THAT AREA IS (sic) SEVERAL K-MART STORES WITH A LOT OF FAMILIES THAT HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY THIS, INCLUDING MANAGEMENT, SO WE JUST WANTED TO REACH OUT AND HELP AS MANY PEOPLE AS WE COULD.))
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[OUT Q=as many people as we could.]
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Christians United Baptist Church in Danville will be collecting supplies to take to North Carolina through next Saturday.

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"Battling the Bug" now means battling the crooks. Still ahead, watch out for Y2K scammers looking for your money.


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And if you know pro wrestling, you know "Mean Gene". Today, you can call him the "Visiting Professor".
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The year 2000, or Y-2-K is exactly 100 days away, and while public fear about a worldwide computer crisis is fading, scam artists are moving into high gear.
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Attorney General Mark Earley was in Roanoke today, warning about crooks who take old scams and wrap them in a Y-2-K package.
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((MARK EARLEY/ATTORNEY GENERAL; YOU KNOW THEY'LL CALL A SENIOR CITIZEN AND SAY, YOUR CREDIT CARD WON'T WORK IN Y2K, SOMETHING'S WRONG WITH THE MAGNETIC STRIP, WE NEED YOUR CREDIT CARD NUMBER, OR THEY'LL SAY, WE'VE GOT A PROBLEM WITH YOUR BANK ACCOUNT, THE BANK'S HAVING A PROBLEM GETTING Y2K-READY, WE NEED YOUR ACCOUNT NUMBER, WE NEED YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER))
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[VO-NAT]


People who operate residential care facilities say their seniors receive a lot of questionable phone calls.


The information provided at this seminar should help them weed out the scams.
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((YVONNE AXIOTIS/WILLIAM'S HOME; THEY ARE INNOCENT OF WHAT'S GOING ON, THEY ARE VICTIMS AND WE'RE HERE TO PROTECT THEM))
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The Attorney General's office is working with the Better Business Bureau, to spread warnings across the commonwealth.
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[Tobacco]


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The U-S Justice Department has launched a new attack on the tobacco industry.
This time the government is suing the tobacco companies in a civil racketeering claim.
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[IN Q=It's about a 45]

((IT'S ABOUT A 45-YEAR COURSE OF CONDUCT DURING WHICH THE INDUSTRY WITHHELD, SUPPRESSED AND OTHERWISE KEPT FROM THE AMERICAN PEOPLE INFORMATION THAT THEY KNEW ABOUT ADDICTIVENESS, ABOUT SMOKING AND HEALTH AND IS FUNDAMENTALLY ABOUT THOSE FRAUDS.))
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[OUT Q=those frauds.]
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The government hopes to recover some of the 20 billion dollars a year it spends in health care associated with smoking.
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Virginia politicians in both parties are lining up against the litigation.
DEMOCRATIC U-S Senator Chuck Robb says the Clinton Administration is trying to "settle an old score," having failed to regulate tobacco use.
Governor Gilmore fears it would jeopardize the master settlement the tobacco companies have already made with the

states. Both men have accepted generous contributions from tobacco.[Stocks]


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Blue chips took another hit today, but many other averages recovered from yesterday's sharp selloff. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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Justice has a new face in Danville... It's new courthouse has an OLD look.
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Danville officials cut the ribbons ... opening the new courthouse this afternoon.
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[NATSOUND: CLAPPING... I DECLARE THIS COURTHOUSE FORMALLY DEDICATED] ((NATSOUND: I DECLARE THIS COURTHOUSE FORMALLY DEDICATED...))
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The courthouse features antebellum architecture and is modeled after one built there in 1872.
The new courts building took six years and nearly six-million dollars to build.
Its five new courtrooms mean a lot more space than in the old 1975 courthouse, where caseloads have tripled in recent years.
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[Wrestler]


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There's one "mean" man making the rounds at Radford University, right now.
But this man isn't throwing chairs-- he's pitching burgers.
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W-C-W announcer "Mean" Gene Okerlund arrived on campus this afternoon to celebrate the opening of his latest restaurant.
But before cutting any ribbons, "Mean" Gene spoke to students enrolled in a management class where the hot topic was none other than wrestling.
As far as the business of burgers, he says Radford was a logical choice.
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(("MEAN" GENE OKERLUND/WCW ANNOUNCER: IT WAS GREAT FIT FOR US CORPORATELY, AND FOR THE UNIVERSITY, TO COME IN WITH A NATIONAL BRAND AT A LOW COST, AND GET THE BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK, AND THAT'S WHAT WE'VE PROVIDED, SO IT'S WORKING OUT REAL WELL.))
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[OUT Q=real well.]
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[VO-NAT]


If you'd like to meet "Mean" Gene, you'll have to hurry, he'll only be on campus until seven.
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Coming up tonight - John Andretti goes back to school with some fourth and fifth graders in Martinsville.
And it's almost Tee Time for the Hokies and Tigers.
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[VO-LIVE FROM STARLINK]
[SUPER=@Steve1;]
[SUPER=06-Lynchburg;]


And I'm Steve Mason along with Melanie Moon. We'll join you from Cattle Annie's in Lynchburg for tonight's Friday Football Extra Halftime Jam.
Special guests Mandy Moore and No Authority will join us right after this break.
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For 16 years Friday Football Extra has tried to bring you the best in high school football and occasionally toss in a little entertainment on the side.
Tonight we're at Cattle Annie's in Lynchburg along with jammin' WJJS bringing you kind of hits that don't hurt.
Steve Mason now joins us from the first ever Friday Football Extra halftime jam. [GO TO STEVE LIVE]
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[STEVE WILL TOSS TO MELANIE WITH HER INTERVIEW]

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Winston Cup star John Andretti dropped by the Martinsville Speedway today to get a real education.
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Andretti met a group of fourth and fifth graders from Martinsville's Albert Harris elementary school this morning in Victory Lane.
The students had to write essays entitled, "Why I would like to meet John Andretti." Some even drew pictures.
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[SUPER=01-Tyrone Thornton/Albert Harris Guidance Counselor; :22]
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[OUT Q=...GOOD FOR THEM."]
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[S-Tech]


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The Tech-Clemson national cable battle is now just a day away.
The Tigers will be rolling into
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[SUPER=03-Clemson, SC/Last Season; ;00]


Lane Stadium looking to deliver the payback punch after last year's 37-to-nothing loss in Death Valley.
But Tech has some motivation, as well. The Hokies have never beaten Clemson in Lane Stadium.
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((ANDRE KENDRICK:))
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And don't forget Saturday here on WDBJ-7 - West Virginia faces Syracuse at 3.
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Then Sunday the NFL today hits the air at Noon followed by the Steelers and Seahawks at one.
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[SUPER=X5001][Lowe's-Donations]



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[TAPE#=99-25 2:02:30]
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Other local businesses have started their own flood-relief campaigns.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Lowe's is donating nearly 600-thousand dollars in cash and supplies.
The home-improvement chain is based in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, and says its employees are among the flood victims.
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[SOT 9:32]
[IN Q=we definitely]

((DOUG COOKE: WE DEFINITELY WANT TO HELP ALL OF OUR NEIGHBORS IN NORTH CAROLINA AND IN VIRGINIA AS MUCH AS WE CAN. THE RED CROSS IS INVOLVED IN THIS ... AND LOWES ... AND JUST COME OUT AND GIVE A DONATION AND WE'LL ADD TO THE POT. ))
[SUPER=01-Doug Cooke/Lowe's Co-Manager]
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[OUT Q=TO THE POT]
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[VO-NAT]


Lowe's customers can give cash to the relief effort at the check-out counter.
Also ... Hardee's is sending supplies and money to North Carolina.
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[SOT 11:01:44]
[IN Q=i've got people]

((ROSS GARLAND/HARDEE'S VICE PRESIDENT: I'VE GOT PEOPLE LINED UP TO GO FROM HARDEE'S TO HARDEE'S AND PICK UP SUPPLIES... WE WANT TO LOAD UP SIX OF THESE TRACTOR-TRAILERS BY MONDAY.))
[SUPER=01-Ross Garland/Hardee's Vice President]
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[VO-NAT]


Hardee's customers can bring donations to any restaurant.

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A new high school that's planned for Roanoke County could be in for some changes tonight.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Jean/Newsroom]


Jean Jadhon is here with a preview.
[Live= Jean full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Jean1;]


Construction is scheduled to begin next year on a new high school at the Woods End site in Roanoke County.
But before it begins, the Roanoke County School Board
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[VO-NAT 99-36 29:08]


needs to make some changes to its plans.
The School board requested 34 million dollars but the County Board of Supervisors only okayed 30 million.
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Tonight the school board will discuss what changes need to be made to the plans.
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We'll have more tonight on News 7 at 11.



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