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Evangel Four-Square goes country- -with a rural address and a big-city ministry that makes it suspect in the Clearbrook area. On NEWS 7 at SIX, we look at the plans and hear from the new neighbors.
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And which night is Witch- -for witches and goblins. The latest places on the list sending out trick-or-treaters on SATURDAY instead of the 31st.

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Tonight on News 7 sports - the Heisman race takes a local turn. One of the area's top hockey boosters passes away. Roy Stanley visits with the VMI football team.
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[VO-NAT]

And Corey Moore and the Hokies hit the pages of Sports Illustrated.
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Colder weather will make big entrance over the weekend, but tomorrow looks great. Details coming up. [open]
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We learned within the hour that a teacher's aide at Radford High school is behind bars charged with forcible sodomy.
43- year old Cotton Lee Easter of (Cain-uh) Cana was arrested this afternoon for allegedly sodomizing a 14- year old male.
Police would NOT say if the boy was one of Easter's students.
Easter is a teacher's aide in special education at the high school and is also a football trainer.



[Danville-Bust]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=99-36 1:04:15]
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For the third time in recent weeks, a series of drug arrests in the region.
This time it's Danville, and the number is 90.
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[SUPER=03-Danville;]


The arrests were the result of "Operation Street Sweep" ... a 14-month investigation by Danville police.
Authorities say the charges came from one undercover officer who bought drugs from dealers on the street.
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[SOT 15:23:47 - 15:24:00]
[IN Q=We know the dealers]

((NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: WE KNOW THE DEALERS ARE OUT THERE. WE SEE THEM IN OUR TRAVELS THROUGHOUT THE CITY. THEY SEE US AND SMILE BECAUSE THEY THINK WE'RE NOT DOING ANYTHING ABOUT IT. BUT WE SMILE WHEN WE GET DOWN THE STREET A BLOCK OR SO, BECAUSE WE KNOW WE ALREADY GOT YOU.))
[SUPER=01-T. Neal Morris/Danville Police Chief;]
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[OUT Q=we already got you.]
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Most of the defendants are charged with selling cocaine. 13 of them were juveniles.
Police say many of the arrests are the result of resident tips.

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A knife- wielding suspect may be responsible for two attacks on women in Bedford County in the past week.
Authorities say a man tried to force his way into the cars of two women on two different nights in the parking lot of the Graves Mill shopping center.
He's described as a black male, about 6-foot- 2 and weighing about 210 pounds.
Both victims say the man was wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt.
Anyone with information should call the Bedford County Sheriff's Office.

[Bon-Air]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=99-34 1:32:07]
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An incident at a juvenile detention center near Richmond earlier this month is being scrutinized state officials.
Medical care for a pregnant girl was compromised, first when an ambulance was delayed by a faulty gate, and later when correctional officers were unable to remove her handcuffs at the hospital.
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This is not the first problem at the Bon-Air Juvenile Correctional Center.
And Governor Jim Gilmore says he's reviewing the incident.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=And I'm very concerned about it]

((GOV. JIM GILMORE: AND I'M VERY CONCERNED ABOUT IT, AND WE'RE GOING TO LOOK INTO THOROUGHLY AND WE'RE GOING TO LOOK INTO IT AGGRESSIVELY AND FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENED AND WHETHER SOME TYPE OF CORRECTIONS NEED TO BE MADE.)) ((PRISCILLA BUDEIRI/VA. POVERTY LAW CENTER: IT'S TIME FOR VIRGINIA TO START TREATING THE CHILDREN UNDER ITS CARE IN A HUMANE FASHION AND TO FOCUS ON REHABILITATING THEM SO THAT WHEN THEY'RE RELEASED THEY CAN BECOME PRODUCTIVE MEMBERS OF SOCIETY.))
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In the most recent incident, the baby was delivered with complications and had to be resuscitated. The child remains in the hospital.

[Evangel-Foursquare]


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Roanoke's Evangel Foursquare Church is getting a new name and a new home.
But when GATEWAY Foursquare Church opens in Southwest Roanoke County ... people who live there don't like what THEY'LL get.
Scott Goldberg has more on the church that broke ground this week.
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((
You've heard plenty of people in plenty of neighborhoods say "not in my back yard ..."
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[IN Q=noise pollution]

((DEBBIE THOMPSON: NOISE POLLUTION, LIGHT POLLUTION, TOO MUCH TRAFFIC.)) [RUNS05]
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But this time they're not talking about a huge power line or mammoth industry.
The development they're fighting in Clearbrook is a house -- or mansion -- of worship.
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[SOT 44:15]
[IN Q=this is not]

((HOLLIE ALOUF: THIS IS NOT SOME LITTLE COUNTRY CHURCH.)) [RUNS03]
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[IN Q=IT'S NOT]

((SCOTT GOLDBERG: IT'S NOT THE IDEA OF A CHURCH AS A NEIGHBOR THAT WORRIES THEM ... IT'S THE SHEER SIZE OF THIS ONE: 40-THOUSAND SQUARE FEET, HOUSING EVERYTHING FROM ADULT MINISTRIES TO A T-V STUDIO ... AND POTENTIALLY BRINGING LOTS OF TRAFFIC TO A QUIET COUNTRY ROAD.)) [RUNS15]
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[IN Q=natsound]

((QUICK!!! NAT -- CAR GOING BY ON SMALL ROAD)) [RUNS01]
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[IN Q=ANY TIME]

((REV. KEN WRIGHT: ANY TIME YOU BUILD A MALL ... ANY PROGRESS ADDS TRAFFIC. BUT THAT'S PART OF LIFE.)) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=PART OF LIFE]


If he were living where his opponents are ... the Reverend Ken Wright says he'd welcome what he's calling "a full-service campus to serve the spirit, soul, and body" of his 350-congregants.
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[IN Q=I THINK]

((WRIGHT: I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE A FANTASTIC ADDITION TO THE COMMUNITY. )) [RUNS03]
[OUT Q=THE COMMUNITY]


But it's an addition the folks who live along Singing Hill Road worry will keep adding on.
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[SOT 43:00]
[IN Q=i don't]

((DEBBIE: I DON'T KNOW IF IT'S A NURSING HOME OR WHAT THEY HAVE PLANNED DOWN THE ROAD ... BUT I DON'T SEE HOW IT COULD HELP THE COMMUNITY AT ALL.)) [RUNS09]
[OUT Q=AT ALL]


The Reverend says there won't be dormitories ... as rumors have led some to believe ... and there won't be an exit onto a narrow road where kids ride their bikes.
There will be a gym ... a computer lab and a jogging track.
And if it all were being built next to the Reverend's house?
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[SOT 37:30]
[IN Q=i'd love it]

((REVEREND: I'D LOVE IT.)) [RUNS01]
[OUT Q=LOVE IT]


The trick is getting Clearbrook to love its new neighbor.
Scott Goldberg, news-7. ))
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=99-27 1:42:36]
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Smart roads, safer vehicles and other marvels of modern technology can't make up for inattentive or angry drivers.

One message to motorists from the annual transportation conference at Virginia Military Institute today: "Wake up."
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[IN Q=NAT SOT-Bagpipes]
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[SUPER=01-Steven Stosny/Psychiatrist; QUICK]
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[OUT Q=road and rest.]

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[NAT SOT- parade]


After a couple of hours a political speeches from the assembled dignitaries, the Regimental Review provided a welcome wake-up call in the cool morning air at V-M-I.
About 700 transportation professionals gathered here to talk about engineering better roads and finding ways to pay for them.
[NAT SOT- Highway]


But the road is full of rage these days- -full of angry people. A psychologist who participated in a safety seminar says the highway can make us feel powerless.
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[SOT13:14:38]
[IN Q=Powerless drivers]

((POWERLESS DRIVERS OR ANGRY DRIVERS FOCUS ON THE DESIGN OF THE HIGHWAY, THE AMOUNT OF CARS ON IT, HOW THEY COULD HAVE DESIGNED IT DIFFERENTLY, HOW EVERYBODY ELSE SHOULD DRIVE. WHENEVER YOU FOCUS ON WHAT YOU CANNOT CONTROL, YOU FEEL POWERLESS.))
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[OUT Q=you feel powerless.]


Doctor Stosny says we can learn to control our response rather than simply resent what's going on around us.
Now, add to the equation the fact that Americans are chronically sleep-deprived.
An expert on drowsy driving told the same group that at least four-percent of all fatal traffic accidents are caused by someone falling asleep at the wheel.
Darrel Drobnich has a simple solution.
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[SOT 13:27:20]
[IN Q=A 15-minute]

((A 15-MINUTE NAP IS SHOWN TO ENHANCE ALERTNESS FOR TWO TO THREE HOURS.))
[RUNS=05]
[OUT Q=three hours.]

((Apart from getting drivers to stop and rest when they need to, the National Sleep Foundation estimates rumble strips could prevent up to 70% of the accidents we now have.))
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Once you've been summoned from slumber by a rumble strip, though, you have to know enough to get off the road and rest.))





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Local congressmen lead efforts to block home gambling on the Internet. That story is still ahead on News 7 at 6.


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[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
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Roanoke County and the town of Vinton are the latest to change Halloween.
They joined Roanoke City leaders, who decreed just yesterday that trick-or-treating will now happen Saturday NOT Sunday. And, they say, the ghosts and goblins should come out only between the hours of 5:30 and 8:30, for safety's sake.
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Tina Tenret has the latest.
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Keith, last time Halloween fell on a Sunday, it was 1993. Then, too, Roanoke City and Roanoke County decided to celebrate on Saturday instead. But they made the call a month a month in advance. This year, they're switching gears ten days before the holiday.
(rollcue... before the holiday )
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[SUPER=01-Lynn Donihe/Mother;]
[SUPER=01-Roy Kanode/Ridgewood Baptist Church;]
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[OUT Q=for us anyway]

For little Mollie and her brother this is more of a trick than a treat. They cannot understand why people have moved Halloween.
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[IN Q=Hallowe'en is on the 31st]

((LYNN DONIHE/MOTHER: HALLOWEEN IS ON THE 31ST. IT ALWAYS HAS BEEN. IT'S SOMETHING WE GREW UP WITH, IT'S A FUN THING, AND IT'S THE 31ST.))
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[OUT Q=IT'S THE 31ST]

Reverend Roy Kanode says he was the first to beg city council to change the witching hour. He convinced many other religious leaders to back him up.
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[SOT 14:39:59]
[IN Q=Churches in recent years]

((ROY KANODE/RIDGEWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH: CHURCHES IN RECENT YEARS HAVE ALLOWED THE WORLD TO DICTATE ON THEIR WHIM WHAT WE OUGHTTA DO ON SUNDAYS. IT'S TIME WE ONCE AGAIN SAID THAT WHAT WE DO ON SUNDAYS IS WORSHIP THE LORD.))
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[OUT Q=WORSHIP THE LORD]

Ridgewood Baptist Church, like many others in the valley, holds services and activities on Sunday night. Kids and their families would have to choose -- church or chocolate.
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[SOT 14:41:44]
[IN Q=A lot of them]

((KANODE: A LOT OF THEM WERE FEARFUL TO COME TO CHURCH BECAUSE TRADITIONALLY IT IS THE VANDALISM NIGHT OF THE YEAR. HOW WOULD THAT BE FOR FOLKS TO BE HERE AT CHURCH WITH THEIR HOMES VACANT ON THE NIGHT THAT TRADITIONALLY, MOST OF THE VANDALISM OCCURS?))
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[OUT Q=VANDALISM OCCURS]

Meanwhile for people like Mollie's mom, Hallowe'en is turning into an April Fool's Day joke.
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((DONIHE: AS FAR AS THE RELIGION ISSUE ... IT'S A FAMILY ACTIVITY FOR US ANYWAY.))
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Now Salem is still holding out -- still celebrating Halloween on Halloween Sunday. And that brings up an interesting point for people who live on streets that cross from Roanoke County into Salem.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Tina/Microwave]

Enterprising little goblins on those streets could double their candy -- trick-or-treating on both nights.
[ANCHOR=Keith]
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For a complete list of communities and counties observing Halloween on Saturday this year ..
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[TAKE FS GRAPHIC]
.. just log onto our home page at WDBJ7-dot-com. We're updating the list whenever necessary.

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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=99-37 1:16:38]
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Perhaps you've seen the "little red wagon" symbol before and wondered what it meant.. now the America's Promise program is ready to make a difference in the lives of young people in our area.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Representatives from ten central Virginia communities gathered in Lynchburg today to announce their commitment to America's Promise.
The program helps build successful adults by fulfilling five promises to all the children in each community.
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[SOT 11:51:44]
[IN Q=Have a mentor]

((PETE WARREN/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: HAVE A MENTOR, SOMEONE WHO REALLY LOVES THEM, HAVE A SAFE PLACE IN WHICH TO GROW UP, GET A HEALTHY START, TO GET A MARKETABLE SKILL THAT THEY CAN USE IN THE MARKETPLACE AND TO DEVELOP AN ATTITUDE THAT `MY COMMUNITY DID SOMETHING FOR ME AND SO I HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO GIVE BACK TO IT'.))
[SUPER=01-Pete Warren/Lynchburg Mayor; :00]
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[OUT Q=give back to it.]
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[VO-NAT]


America's Promise was founded in 1996 and is headed up in part by retired General Colin Powell.
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Wall Street had a case of the "Big Blues" today. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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[TAPE#=99-41 58:38]
[GRAPHIC=Voter ID]


The legal fight over a proposed Voter ID program reached the Virginia Supreme Court this afternoon.
A state attorney asked the court to dissolve an injunction that a Richmond judge issued earlier this week.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond]


The pilot project would require voters in ten localities to submit I-Ds before casting ballots.
Today, the Attorney General's Office argued that opponents have shown no proof that the plan will discourage voters from going to the polls.
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[IN Q=There was no showing]
[SUPER=01-Frank Ferguson/Deputy Attorney General;]
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[OUT Q=there's no irreparable harm.]
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The court must decide the issue by Monday afternoon, or the state board of elections will not have enough time to distribute the ID cards before election day.

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Coming your way tonight in sports, a Heisman hopeful other than Mike Vick has emerged at Tech. The Hokies hit the pages of Sports Illustrated, and Roy Stanley
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[VO-NAT]

hits the road to check the pulse of the VMI Keydets' football team in Lexington.
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It now looks as thought Florida State all-american Peter Warrick may not be back on the field until the UVa game at the earliest.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-ACC; :00]

Reports out of Tallahassee today indicate that Warrick may enter a guilty plea to the felony grand theft charge and immediately serve five days in jail. He would then be allowed to return to the team. Warrick was caught buying $421 dollars and 38 cents worth of clothing from a Dillards department store and paying just $21 dollars and 70 cents for the items. Ironically, this year's Florida State football media guide not only features Warrick on the cover, but inside under the personal information in his bio - it states that Warrick was voted the best dressed player on the team in an informal poll.
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Now that Warrick's Heisman hopes have vanished some folks are pushing for the voters around the country to get behind a dark horse candidate.
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There is now an official - Caleb Hurd for Heisman page on the world wide web. In case you don't know who Hurd is - he is Virginia Tech's holder for field goals and extra points. Yes, he could be the only holder ever to win the Heisman. He came from Pulaski County as a walk-on and eventually earned a scholarship with the Hokies. Now his election committee is pushing him for the Heisman. His publicity page is even complete with an image gallery. [GO TO PINNACLE 4472] If you want to get on the Hurd band wagon head to our web page at WDBJ7.com and you can link up with the "Hurd for Heisman" movement.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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It's been one wild five day run for the Virginia Tech football team. Before they shutout Syracuse last Saturday night
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Last Saturday; :00]

the Hokies found themselves in the spotlight on ESPN's GameDay. They received more national attention in one day than they have during Frank Beamer's entire tenure. Today the Hokie Hype continues at the newsstand in this week's edition of Sports Illustrated. SI says Virginia Tech is for real on its cover. And then inside it gives fans "Moore" with a four page article on the Hokies rise to prominence.
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[IN Q="I think the...]
[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Va. Tech Head Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=...KEEP IT GOING."]
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[vo nat con't] And tonight, Tech's Jamel Smith - who blows up on opponents with his wicked hits has been named one of 11 semi-finalists for the Butkus award - given annually to the nation's top linebacker.
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[S-VMI]


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[WRITER=rst]
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If you think times have changed for the Hokies - how about the Keydets of VMI.
Back in 1981 VMI shutout Tech at Lane Stadium 6-to-nothing in a regionally televised contest.
But this year, the team's only win is over division two member Concord.
Roy Stanley tells us how the Keydets are keeping the faith.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="Cal McCombs...]
[SUPER=03-Lexington; :00]
[SUPER=01-Cal McCombs/VMI Head Coach; :24]
[SUPER=01-Chris Morris/VMI Linebacker; :54]
[SUPER=@Roy1; 1:19]
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[OUT Q=.....news 7 sports."]

((Cal McCombs has spent the majority of his career coaching in a military environment.
The high hopes he had for the Keydets at the beginning of the season are slowly slipping away. The Keydets are 1 and 6 and they've been outscored 252 to 48.
And McCombs points to injuries and youth as a big problem.)) ((CAL MCCOMBS/VMI HEAD COACH:)) ((These same problems have been connected with V-M-I football through out the years.
McCombs and his Keydets are not giving up on winning at least one game before the season's end.
But a major focus for McCombs and the program is to establish some type of stability.)) ((CHRIS MORRIS/VMI LINEBACKER:)) ((MCCOMBS:)) ((ROY STANLEY:))
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[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-46 tc51:04]
[GRAPHIC=Express]


A longtime friend of hockey has died. Kathy Sherman passed away yesterday.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/1994;]


Sherman and her family cheered on Valley hockey teams for nearly 30 years.
In addition to supporting teams at the games, the Shermans also opened their home to hockey players in need of a place to stay.
Friends say her good deeds weren't just limited to the ice and that the entire community be miss Kathy Sherman.
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Statistics show that one in every three relationships will experience violence.
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a candlelight service will be held tonight .. in remembrance of victims, and in celebration of those who have survived family violence.
Tonight on News 7 at 11, we'll have more on the candlelight service .. and tell you how violence is impacting families in our area.

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