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Next on News 7 at Six... Virginia College Students are turning to a higher power for help.
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And we'll meet an engineering professor who surveyed earthquake damage in Turkey, and found a connection to our area.
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In sports, Mike Stevens has a report from the Martinsville Speedway the Winston Cup drivers were at Dover.
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And the Virginia Cavaliers move back into the top 25 in the E-S-P-N coaches poll.
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Sunshine is waning, giving way to clouds and showers. Look for a wet start to the work week. However, the extended forecast says next weekend will be a pretty as this one.

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((PEOPLE ARE JUST LOOKING FOR ANSWERS AND THE OBVIOUS PLACE FOR THEM TO TURN IS TO A RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION))
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Religion is on the rise for Virginia Tech students.
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Good evening, I'm Eric Earnhert.




[Tech-Religion]


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College is a time when many young adults are dealing with challenging issues as they prepare for the future.
But some students at Virginia Tech say they are finding comfort in God.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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(( It's Sunday morning and on Virginia Tech's campus hundreds of students are worshiping God.
The number of students attending service and joining religious organizations has risen significantly over the past couple of years.
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((J.R. WOODWARD/PASTOR NEW LIFE CAMPUS FELLOWSHIP: WE STARTED WITH 24 PEOPLE AND NOW WE HAVE OVER 900 PEOPLE THAT COME TO FOUR DIFFERENT SERVICES))
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((REV. JAMES GRIFFIN/CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTER:THE NUMBERS VASTLY INCREASED. OUR CHURCHES ARE FULL. THIS CHAPEL IS FULL FOUR TIMES A WEEKEND))
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Reverend James Griffin says already this year they have 400 new members.
And he says students are turning to religion to help them deal with life's problems.
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((REV. JAMES GRIFFIN/CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTER:THEIR STARTING TO SEE THAT THEIR LIVES GO TOGETHER. THEY DON'T HAVE RELATIONSHIPS WITHOUT RELIGION. YOU DON'T HAVE ACADEMIA. IT'S ALL ONE LIFE THAT THEY LEAD. IF THE FAITH PART IS LACKING THE REST OF IT IS GOING TO BE LACKING))
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And several students agree -- they say having a religious foundation helps them to succeed.
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((TABATHA CROSTIC/VA TECH STUDENT: IT KEEPS ME GROUNDED. YOU DON'T GET STRESSED WHEN YOU KNOW WHERE YOU'RE GOING, WHERE YOUR PATH IS. JUST BE SO GROUNDED, LIKE WE'RE SUPPOSED TO BE JUST GIVES YOU SO MUCH CONFIDENCE))
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((SCOTT PHARR/VA TECH STUDENT:IF WE'RE HAVING STRESS, HE CAN JUST TAKE IT AWAY AND CAN JUST SMOOTH EVERYTHING OUT, PROBLEMS IN OUR LIVES, PROBLEMS WITH FRIENDS. HE CAN HELP))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTER: AND SEVERAL STUDENTS SAY LEARNING ABOUT GOD IS A PART OF THEIR EDUCATION AS A STUDENT HERE AT VIRGINIA TECH AND THEY HOPE MORE STUDENTS WILL FIND THE HAPPINESS THEY HAVE FOUND. JOY SUTTON, N7 BLACKSBURG))
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At least 15 thousand people lost their lives in northwest Turkey, where a major earthquake struck in August.
Virginia Tech Engineering Professor Jimmy Martin recently returned from surveying the damage there... and he's the subject of this week's Virginia profile.
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((JIMMY MARTIN/VA. TECH ENGINEERING PROFESSOR: ANY BIG EARTHQUAKE SUCH AS THIS IS CERTAINLY A HUMAN TRAGEDY. AND THAT'S WHAT WE RECOGNIZE FIRST. HOWEVER, EARTHQUAKES ARE VERY IMPORTANT FROM A LEARNING STANDPOINT. THEY'RE DIFFICULT TO STUDY. THE EFFECTS ARE DIFFICULT TO CHARACTERIZE. AND WE HAVE TO USE EVERY OPPORTUNITY WE CAN TO HAVE A REAL LABORATORY TO STUDY BY.))
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Jimmy Martin has studied the effects of earthquakes before...
But when he travelled to northwest Turkey this month at the request of the National Science Foundation, not only did he find devastating material damage, but an overwhelming human toll as well.
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((IT WAS COMMON TO MEET PEOPLE THAT HAD LOST 40 TO 50 MEMBERS OF THEIR FAMILY IN THIS EVENT. IT REALLY CHANGES THE PERSPECTIVE AND MAKES ME APPRECIATE DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF WHAT WE'RE DOING. I'VE NEVER SEEN THAT KIND OF HUMAN TRAGEDY BEFORE.))
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From the air, and on the ground the images were striking. A row of fence posts offset by several feet... A building collapsed upon itself... port facilities in ruins.
As a specialist in geotechnical engineering... Martin and Tech graduate student Gruney Olgun were evaluating soil types... and their impact on earthquake damage.
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(( MUCH OF THE STRUCTURAL DAMAGE THAT WE SAW WAS DUE TO INADEQUATE DESIGN, HOWEVER THE VARIOUS AREAS THAT WERE DAMAGED HEAVIEST WERE RELATED TO THE TYPES OF GEOLOGY AND SOIL CONDITION THERE.))
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It may take ten years for experts to analyze all the information, but Martin says the lessons they learn from the Turkey quake may have application here in the southeastern united states, an area with similar soil structures and a substantial earthquake risk.
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((WE'VE ALWAYS FOCUSED ON CALIFORNIA, BUT THE EARTHQUAKE RISK IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, THE CENTRAL UNITED STATES, AND ALSO WHAT'S A SURPRIZE TO MANY PEOPLE, THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES... WE'RE QUITE AT RISK TO SIGNIFICANT EARTHQUAKES.))
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And that may be a compelling argument for the earthquake engineering center that Martin and colleagues at Virginia Tech are now organizing... a center that will focus on the earthquake threat very close to home.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Blacksburg.))


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They're a student group from Patrick Henry High School hoping to make an impact on the community.
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They're called the Patrick Henry World Wide Pride Team.
And today they held a walk-a-thon to raise money for a trip to the World drug free conference.
The pride team conducts activities speaking out against drug and alcohol abuse through song, dance, poetry, skits and workshops.
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((AJA MIDDLEBROOK/PATRICK HENRY WORLD WIDE PRIDE TEAM: IF WE CAN REACH ONE PERSON TO BETTER THEMSELVES MAYBE THEY CAN TEACH ANOTHER PERSON AND IT CAN GO DOWN THE LINE AND REACH A GROUP OF PEOPLE))
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This is one of many fundraisers the team is having to raise the 25-hundred dollars needed for the trip.
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If you're looking for a high tech way to send condolences-

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then coming up in this week's Webwatch see a unique approach one funeral home is using on line.

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Watch the restoration of American History in progress online.
And funeral homes are finding a place on the web.
More on tonight's WebWatch.
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More than 38 years after it splashed down and sank to the ocean bottom, Gus Grissom's Liberty Bell Seven has landed online. The craft now resides at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, which specialized in space craft reconstruction.
You can watch the renovation process on their webcam, which updates every minute.

Everyone else is online... why NOT funeral homes?
Several funeral homes have websites, but this Michigan funeral home has taken a bold step into cyber-space... With floral decorations and organ music playing in the background, the site offers online obituaries...
And online condolences... you can send your message of sympathy and support to the bereaved family electronically.
The site also as a list of grief counseling services.

Feeling a little crowded? The United Nations is counting down to the big 6-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0... They estimate the world's six billionth person will be born on October 12th... There's a world population counter on their site... you can put it next to your y2k countdown clock...
The site, created by the UN's population fund, also contains facts about world population growth.

For links to these sites, click on WebWAtch, on the WDBJ website, at WDBJ 7-dot-com.))

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A gay rights rally and tobacco farming brought letters from our viewers this week.
Here's News-7's Feedback, with assignment editor Joe McKean.
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((Last week's Pride in the Park rally was the first item in our late newscast. A Roanoke viewer [S. Wilkins] says the story didn't belong on the air, let alone as the lead. Perhaps this was worthy of a lead position if an unexpectedly large number turned out, but the story failed to report how many people attended the rally...I guess my main objections are pretty basic--because the Bible says homosexuality is an abomination to God, I have no desire to see this sinful behavior glorified in the news. I don't want to have to explain to my nine year old what homosexuality is. With the exception of President Clinton's escapades, other sexual practices are not featured on the evening news. Furthermore, when you present this as just another happy rally in the park, you offend Christians and others to whom this is blasphemy. Is it customary for you to give top billing, with no alternative views, to other controversial groups' rallies?
The federal government last week sued tobacco companies to recover the cost of treating smokers' health problems.
The lawsuit had Governor Gilmore and other state officials fuming and expressing support for Virginia's tobacco growers.
A viewer from Fairlawn [Veronica Parsell] wrote:
Has nicotine not been proven to be a drug? Not only a drug, but an addictive drug. Are we to sit back and give government assistance to people who are farming and growing this drug? We hear "those poor farmers, what are they going to do to make a living." What about those poor people who grow marijuana for a living? Are we going to give them government help and assistance to grow their drug?...If you are one of those farmers growing drug related crops, PLANT A NEW CROP!...I think it is time people's well being and health should come before large tobacco corporations and the big bucks.


Our mailing address is P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
The newsroom fax number is 343-7269.
E-mail should be sent to news@wdbj7.com.
And a moderated on-line forum is on our website, wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.))




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Ten years ago it used to be nothing more than a dirt runway.
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But coming up in this week's Newsreel we'll take a look back on the start of the Roanoke Regional Airport.
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Roanoke Regional Airport recently celebrated its 10-th anniversary. Since it opened in 1989, Nearly 7-million people have used the new terminal building. In this week's Virginia Newsreel, we'll take a look at the opening of the new terminal and learn a little about Roanoke's aviation history. Keith Humphry has more.
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((It's hard to imagine now, but 70 years ago the spot where the Roanoke Regional Airport stands today used to be nothing but pasture and a dirt landing strip. No hint of the elaborate building terminal that's there now.
Wes Hillman was one of the few pilots flying back then.
He says a plane coming into Roanoke was a big deal in those days.
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In 1929, a hanger was built and the first control tower went up a few years later. More improvements were made during World War 2. Congressman Clifton Woodrum had the airport declared a national defense project to train pilots. The Government spent 800-thousand to pave and extend the runways.
The airport has gone through many changes throughout the years. But in 1989, regional governments started from scratch; building a new 25 million dollar facility. Several celebrations took place before the opening like a Gala, a Ribbon Cutting and an Open house.
But the real challenge came September 13th, 1989. It was opening day and News 7 was there.
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Maintenance crews were still putting on the finishing touches.
Despite a few opening day glitches, the new terminal got rave reviews.
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((WE ARE REALLY FORTUNATE WE HAD A WILD DAY YESTERDAY, BUT I THINK IT HAS WORKED OUT BEAUTIFULLY))
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Bad weather backed up planes for a while, but they were on their way once the skies cleared.
That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))


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And coming up, Virginia is back in the rankings the Redskins beat the Jets.
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And Mark Martin takes a ride to victory lane winning the MBNA Gold 400 at Dover this afternoon.
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Over 120 late model stock car drivers from up and down the east coast took part in today's Taco Bell 300.
Mike Stevens and Photographer Lynn Eller have more on the caution filled excitement from the Martinsville Speedway.
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Mark Martin picked his spots on the track and he would take the checkered flag in the MBNA Gold 400 at Dover.
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Tony Stewart had a strong car to start the race and he was the leader after 111 laps.
But Mark Martin would take the lead with over 200 laps left in the race leading Dale Jarrett by 2 tenths of a second.
Ward Burton was on the move but he was having power problems and was holding in the sixth position.
Jarrett, The Points leader would get his car to the front putting Stewart a lap down to lead the race for the second time.
On lap 354 the fourth caution of the day would come out when Rick Craven spins out on the track.
But by this time Martin was in control and he cruised to the finish line winning the MBNA Gold 400 at Dover.
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Stewart was second, Jarrett third, Matt Kenseth fourth Bobby Labonte fifth and Jeff Burton sixth.




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Stephen Davis scored three touchdowns to lead the Washington Redskins to a 27 to 20 win over the Jets.
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The Skins fell behind 7 to nothing in the first quarter.
Then Davis takes the handoff and scores the first of his three T-D's on the short run and the Skins took a 10 to 7 win.
Redskin defensive back Darrell Green added a new page to the record book. He picks off this Rick Mirer pass in the end zone for his 17-th consecutive game with an interception a N-F-L record.
The Jets would take the lead though in the third quarter. Curtis Martin scores on the 3 yard run to make it 14 to 13 New York.
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But Davis would score twice in the fourth quarter and the Redskins hold on for the 27 to 20 win.
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Plenty of action in the N-F-L this afternoon lets check the scores.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies have moved up a spot in the E-S-P-N college football poll checking in at the seventh position.
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Meantime, Virginia is back in the poll. After last nights 45 to 40 win over Brigham Young Virginis is 24-th.
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A former Friday Football Extra player of the week made the big play in the Game Jetron Evans from Jefferson Forest intercepted this pass in the end zone with just over a minute left in the game to seal the win.
It was the second pick for Evans in the game.
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The Hokies and Cavaliers will meet in the "Fall Brawl" on Saturday at Scott Stadium.
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