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Up next on the newscast, a Richmond gun law could go national. We'll have more from Capitol Hill.
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and engineers begin drilling as Natural Bridge gets some needed support.
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Today on health check -- The American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons launches a campaign
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warning Beware the Bite to prevent an increasing problem for children.
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In the wake of the two workplace shootings in Hawaii and Seattle this week, supporters of a crime prevention program known as Project Exile are finding an accepting audience.
The program which began in Richmond provides mandatory sentences for felons caught with guns.
And as Lisa Hughes reports for once police and the National Rifle Association are in agreement.
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((As communities across America search for a way to reduce gun violenceone answer may be found in Richmond, Virginia.

(Super: Richmond, VA)


In 1994, the city had the highest per-capita murder rate in the country. Now, its down 33-percent. Police and prosecutors say Project Exile deserves much of the credit.

(NATS, WHEN THERES DRUGSTHERES ALWAYS GUNS)


When police in Richmond catch a felon with a gun, the case automatically goes to federal court. The felon faces a minimum five year prison sentence in so-called exileaway from the community friends or family. Prosecution rates are 90-percent.

(Super: Helen Fahey/U.S. Attorney-Virginia FOR GUN-CARRYING CRIMINALS,

THE CONSEQUENCES HAVE BEEN SWIFT, SURE AND SEVERE)
The programs supporters are asking Congress for 50-million dollars to expand it nationwide.

(Super: Charlton Heston/NRA President YOU MUST DEEMAND THAT PROJECT

EXILE BE IMPLEMENTED IN MAJOR U-S CITIES. NOW.)

(standup: Lisa Hughes/Washington, DC

The program relies on major, public advertising-on buses, city streets, TV and radio. The NRA likes it because it strengthens existing laws rather than creating new ones. The Justice Department is not convinced it will work everywhere but a handful of cities have already followed Richmonds lead.Lisa Hughes. CBS News. Washington.) .))

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Good Evening --
Seattle Police today hinted they have an idea who the man might be who shot up a shipyard company yesterday, killing two people and injuring two others. Rick Price reports from Seattle.
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The search continues for the gunman in Wednesday's deadly shooting at a Seattle shipyard company. And although the killer's whereabouts remain a mystery, his actions are becoming more clear.
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A man described as possibly in his 30's ... wearing sunglasses and camoflauge clothing ... quietly entered the Northlake Shipyard building,
headed for a back room, and opened fire. Two employees were killed ---

and two others wounded. Authorities now believe the attack was deliberate and calculated.

((sot: Chief Norm Stamper/Seattle Police))

"We are very confident this was not a random act"
Extra police officers patrolled neighborhood blocks and guarded nearby schools Thursday ... as investigators checked out hundreds of possible leads. The added security did little to ease some fears.

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While police wouldn't say why, they attempted to reassure the public.

((sot, Stamper again ))

"This individual is not a threat to the community as such... in other words this is not an individual who is going to repeat the act.
Meantime, family and friends are remembering the victims.

((sot: Marshal Bresendine, Victim's Cousin))

"The sense that I have is that I lost a cousin and a good guy... but I also have the sense that everbody in this community should be upset... cries The police chief promised the gunman would be caught. Rick Price, for CBS News, Seattle.))

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One of the men convicted of beating a gay college student to death will serve two consecutive life terms in prison.
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Aaron McKinney could have receive the death penalty for kidnapping and brutally murdering Matthew Shepard last year.
In a brief statement, McKinney said he was sorry and that he would always feel shame for what he has done.
Prosecutors received the approval of the Shepard family before agreeing to the sentence that spared McKinney's life.


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Shepard's father said he'd like nothing better than to see McKinney die, but he believes that now is the time to heal.
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The funeral of former Roanoke Mayor Noel Taylor will be televised. After this break we'll have the details.
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and Natural Bridge gets some help as its owners take steps to make it safer.
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Repair work is under way at Natural Bridge, nearly two weeks after a boulder fell and killed a female tourist.

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A Canadian crew began the long and tedious process of drilling holes this morning to install rock bolts, capable of holding up to 75 tons.
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((DAVE PARKER/NATURAL BRIDGE MARKETING DIR.: WE'RE TAKING ALL THE PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES WE CAN TO INSURE THAT THEIR SAFETY IS NUMBER ONE. AND I THINK THAT WE'LL GET COMPLETED IN THREE OR DOUR DAYS AND HOPEFULLY BE IN OPERATION BY THE END OF THE WEEK.))
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Route 11 heading to the bridge is also closed, but weather permitting , could re- open this weekend.
Other safety precautions include plans for a geological inspection every year, and the installation of a device to monitor rock movement.
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Roanoke residents can watch the funeral of former Mayor Noel C. Taylor on television.
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[Cox Pinnacle Page]
WDBJ-7 is working with Cox Communications to bring live coverage of tomorrow's funeral to Roanoke Valley Cable Subscribers.
You can see the entire service on Cox Cable Channel 9, starting at noon.
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[Taylor Special Pinnacle Page]
And this evening here on your Hometown Station, Joe Dashiell and Keith Humphry will present "Noel Taylor, The Mayor, The Minister, The Man."
That's tonight at 7:30.
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Planned Parenthood is letting people know it does NOT accept clients with tails.
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There's apparently some confusion over the difference between Planned Parenthood and a newly formed animal clinic in Franklin County called Planned Pethood. The two are NOT related.
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((OUR CONCERN IS THAT THE PETS GO TO THEM AND THE PEOPLE GO TO US.))
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Both agencies plan to open clinics in Franklin County next spring and say Planned Pethood will keep its name.
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They criticize the SOLs as unclear and often unfair ... but some area schools are going to great lengths to prepare students for the tests.
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Students at John Redd Smith Elementary were treated to an SOL assembly disguised as a costume party.
45 staff members at the school dressed up as historical figures that appear in the history portion of the tests.


Students and teachers say going to extremes like this makes the lesson more memorable.
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((CONNIE PRILLAMAN/READING TEACHER: SOMETIMES LIFE GETS BORING AND SO YOU HAVE TO PUT A LITTLE PIZZAZZ INTO IT. AND FOR THAT REASON, THEY'LL LEARN MUCH FASTER.)) ((JON CORNETT/JOHN REDD SMITH 5TH GRADER: I THINK IT'LL HELP BECAUSE I MIGHT BE ABLE TO PASS IT BETTER THAN I DID LAST YEAR.))
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We'll tell you more about how area schools are getting creative ... and going to expense ... to try and boost SOL scores on News 7 at 6.
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It seems almost too early to think about it, but the holday season is just around the corner.
So if you want to avoid the rush, Patrick Evans has just the place to find some great handmade
presents. [PATRICK LIVE MICROWAVE]
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The Holiday shopping season is here, like it or not, and Patrick Evans knows a great place for unique, hand-made crafts.
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The opportunity is limited, though, so here he is with all the information, whether you're just starting your Christmas shopping, or trying to finish it.
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Today in Sports the ODAC is about ready to kick off the new basketball season.
and on health check -- Roanoke doctors are starting a campaign to educate the community about a danger for children.
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They say the public doesn't realize how severe the problem of dog attacks is.
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((DR. STAN EICHELBERGER/VETERINARIAN: AN ENORMOUS NUMBER OF CHILDREN ARE BITTEN BY DOGS.))
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4.7 million Americans are bitten by dogs every year.
The American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons is starting a nationwide campaign to educate the public about dog bites. Doctors at Blue Ridge Plastic Surgery in Roanoke are distributing book marks with information to elementary schools, libraries and pediatric practices in Roanoke city and county. They want to help put a muzzle of the problem.
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Doctor Eichelberger has 20 years plus experience treating animals in Roanoke and even he admits being bit on occasion.

But the majority of the time -- 60-percent in fact -- Children are the victims.
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((DR. ANDREW ROTH/PLASTIC SURGEON: WE SEE APPROXIMATELY TWO REALLY BAD INJURIES A MONTH.)) [RUNS:06]
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((DR. STAN EICHELBERGER/VETERINARIAN: THERE ARE MORE CHILDREN EVERY YEAR THAN CONTRACT MEASLES, MUMPS AND CHICKEN POX COMBINED. THAT'S A LOT OF KIDS AND MOST OF THOSE BITES ARE PREVENTABLE.)) [RUNS:13]
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And education is the solution.
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((DR. STAN EICHELBERGER/VETERINARIAN: IF THEY JUST ACT QUIET, IF THEY JUST STAND ABSOLUTELY STILL, IF THEY GET KNOCKED DOWN ROLL UP IN A BALL, COVER THEIR HEAD JUST LAY STILL, DON'T SCREAM FLAIL YOUR ARMS, RUN, THEN IT BECOMES A PREY GAME WITH THE DOG.)) [RUNS:16]
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[Pre-Pro] Other expert advice includes: Never play with a dog unless supervised by an adult, Don't look a dog right in the eye, Don't disturb a dog eating, sleeping or caring for puppies, And don't play with a dog until the animal first sees and sniffs you. And for owners.
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((DR. STAN EICHELBERGER/VETERINARIAN: WITH REGARD TO THE DOG THEY NEED TO BE IN CONTROL, THEY NEED TO BE THE OWNER, AND THEY NEED TO BE THE DOGS CHIEF HE NEEDS TO BE AN INDIAN, SO IF THEY SAY SIT OR BACK OR QUIET THE DOG ACTUALLY LISTENS TO THEM.)) [RUNS:16]
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[Pre-Pro] And dogs should always be on a leash, which is the law in the city of Roanoke, Spay or neutering dogs can also help control them, And keep dogs healthy, an unnoticed injury can make a dog aggressive. And the more aggressive, the worse the injuries.
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((DR. ANDREW ROTH/PLASTIC SURGEON: IN A CHILD ALMOST INVARIABLY THEY'RE ABOUT THE NOSE, LIPS, THE FACE THE SCALP AND OCCAISIONALLY THE EXTREMITIES AS THE VICTIM TRIES TO FEND OFF THE BEAST.)) [RUNS:16]
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While any dog can bite, the top biting dogs are Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, German Shepards, Huskies, Doberman Pinschers, Chow Chows and Great Danes.
The Society recommends talking with a vet before you buy a dog and decide which breed is best for your family and others who might come in contact with the pet.



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It's time now for the sportsticker. Today Mike Stevens is talking Basketball.

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The two minute ticker is full of hoops tonight as the Virginia Tech
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women's basketball team gets set to unveil its team for the millennium. Bonnie Henrickson's team hits the Cassell Coliseum hardwood tonight at seven against the Hungary national team.
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The UVa men will also take part in an exhibition game this evening at University Hall. Pete Gillen's Cavs host a touring team from Australia.

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The Old Dominion Atheletic Conference kicked off its 1999-2000 season this afternoon at the Salem Civic Center.
And Roy Stanley checks in with a new coach at Washington and Lee.
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((Three new coaches including Washington and Lee's Jeff Lafave were introduced as the media gathered for the pre season media day at the Salem Civic Center.
Lafave, who at the moment is listed as interim head coach succeeds Kevin Moore who resigned several weeks ago.)) ((JEFF LAFAVE/W & L INTERIM HEAD COACH:)) ((A year as Moore's assistant allowed Lafave to become familar with the players and the competition in the ODAC.
And with 7 players returning that saw action last year, Lafave said the major focus is improving on last years 6 and 19 overall and 5 and 13 record in the ODAC.)) ((LAFAVE:)) ((ROY STANLEY:))
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE BOARD] And again folks we want to remind you that Your Hometown Station is the place for the Hokies and Mountaineers this Saturday afternoon. Be sure to join us at three as coverage from CBS sports gets underway.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE 7503] Also, the doubleheader action on Sunday will feature the Redskins and Bills at one followed by the Steelers and Forty Niners.
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And make an effort to join us tonight on News 7 at 6 as we journey to South Bend, Indiana and Charlotteville to reunite the top running back brother combination in the nation - Thomas and Julius Jones.
Have a safe night everybody.
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A local musician who makes guitars for stars like Eric Clapton has just left on a West Coast tour.
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Wayne Henderson is famous for his unusual style of pinch picking with metal tips on his fingers. But Henderson's not just a bluegrass star. He hand carves guitars with ebony, ivory and seashell accents.
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((WAYNE HENDERSON/MUSICIAN: THE MOST NOTABLE PERSON WHO EVER ASKED ME FOR A GUITAR WAS ERIC CLAPTON. I'M STILL WORKING ON IT. I HAVEN'T GOTTEN IT FINISHED. I SHOULD HAVE BUT I'M NOT A GOOD BUSINESS PERSON. USUALLY THE PEOPLE WHO KEEP AFTER ME ABOUT IT ARE THE ONES WHO GET THEIR GUITARS AND ERIC DOESN'T CALL UP VERY MUCH.))
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There's a two year waiting list for a Henderson original. And for now, Clapton will just have to sit tight. For three weeks, Henderson's with top musicians on a tour called Masters-- the Steel String Guitars.
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