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Coming up on News 7-
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One thousand acres charred but tonight the fire is controlled on Fort Lewis Mountain.
An annual rite goes terribly wrong at Texas A & M, and tonight nine students are dead.
And Hurricane Lenny roars through yet another resort island.
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News 7 is next.
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[Fire-Latest]


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For the first time in 3 days, the sky over Fort Lewis Mountain isn't glowing tonight.
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[VO-NAT]
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So firefighters who've been battling the Roanoke County forest fire got to sit down for dinner.
Among the menu items: 150 steaks, 150 chicken breasts, donated by Kroger, Food Lion, and Giorgos restaurant (GEORGE-Ohs) in Vinton.
[super=03-Roanoke Co.]


The blaze that charred around a thousand acres was 100 percent contained by this evening.
But it'll be another few days before the embers still smoldering on the mountain are snuffed for good.
Skeleton crews will continue working through the night.
Scott Goldberg has more on the mop-up effort and the investigation into what may have started the fire.
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Cooling the few hot spots still smoking on Fort Lewis Mountain ... local crews got the federal help they've needed all week.
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((MARIO ROMERO: JUST WALKING ...COVERING COALS WITH THE DIRT.))
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The two 20-man teams from New Mexico get 10-dollars and 12-cents an hour for a mop-up effort that's expected to last a couple of days.
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((Scott Goldberg: What's in it for you? JOHN ALBERT: GOOD MONEY. GOOD JOB. AND ADVENTURE -- AN ADVENTURE!))
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What they get paid adds to the hundreds of thousands of dollars already spent fighting the fire.
A cost that'll be paid by whoever started it -- if it turns out to be arson -- someone who also could get five years behind bars for lighting the blaze that kept crews working around the clock since Monday.
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((THOMSEN: IF SOMEBODY MALICIOUSLY SET THE FIRE ... THAT'S JUST MEANNESS ... THOSE PEOPLE BELONG IN JAIL.))
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But the Forestry Department says the fire won't leave lasting scars.
Fresh vegetation will grow out of the ashes.
And hunters will be allowed back in the woods ... as soon as the last hot spot stops smoking. Scott Goldberg, News-7, Roanoke County.
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[Bonfire-Collapse]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A campus in grief tonight at Texas A and M University-
Nine students died today when a woodpile for a traditional bonfire collapsed.
Teresa Estacio has the latest from College Station, Texas.
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((Texas A and M is a campus filled with grief At a memorial service tonight family, faculty and friends remembered the students who died - as well as those who were injured--during a fall ritual that goes back to 1909. The Texas A & M bonfire. Even while the service was going on, rescue crews continued the painstaking process of clearing the debris from the bonfire -which that came crashing down early this morning. Sixty to 70 students were on the mountain of wood-trying to build it higher-- when it collapsed--killing several people and injuring many more. Bruce Unger/Student: It was one second we were up having a good time hoopla, having fun and the next second it was over, we were on the ground. We are the Aggies! The bonfire is a beloved event at this school-- built to get students fired up before the big game next week against arch-rival Texas. Now as crews pick apart each layer of this fallen structure looking for more victims, its future remains in doubt. Rusty Thompson/ Bonfire Advisor: We have made the decision there will be no bonfire this year as for next year we need to take a look at how investigation going and what findings, what exactly went wrong and we'll be deciding in the near future.))

[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [11/18/1999] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE
Hurricane Lenny has stalled in the northeastern Caribbean, churning the seas with its 110 mile-per-hour winds and torrential rains. Hurricane warnings were in effect for the northeast Caribbean islands
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According the National Hurricane Center, Lenny is expected to move to the northeast by Friday, crossing Anguilla into the open Atlantic. The storm had weakened to a Category Three, down from a strong four. Lenny was at its strongest when it smacked directly into St. Croix, one of three islands that make up the U.S. Virgin Islands. Gov. Charles Turnbull said the other two islands, St. Thomas and St. Johns, fared well. However, there was costly damage to the St. Croix waterfront and to rooftops in the western part of the island. Power and telephone lines were down in several areas.
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[Toss back to anchor][Autumn-Lane]


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Residents of a local neighborhood are fed up.
They say Roanoke city officials are not enforcing city building and zoning regulations.
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Joy Sutton joins us with more on this story.
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Jean,
Residents who live on Autumn Lane say they've been fighting more than 2 years to get the city to reprimand a developer.
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(( Some residents who live along Autumn Lane say a developer has been violating city ordinances -- and the city has been letting him get away with it.
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((WE WANT THEM TO BE TRUTHFUL WITH US AND MAKE THE CONTRACTOR GO BY THE CITY CODES-- AND QUIT GIVING HIM ANYTHING HE WANTS))
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Aubrey Butler says the problems started when the developer began dumping illegal material on the site in 1997.
And Butler says now the developer has started putting pre-built homes on this site -- which had once been labeled as not suitable for building.
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((WE'RE NOT OPPOSED TO ANY BUILDING ON AUTUMN LANE. WE'RE OPPOSED TO THE QUALITY OF HOME, WE'RE OPPOSED TO THE FACT THAT CITY DOES NOT INSPECT THE WORK))
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And that's why several residents on this street decided to boycott a meeting with city officials at a local church -- even though dozens of other Ridgewood Park resident did attend.
City officials admit the developer has had his share of problems.
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The developer admits past mistakes but says he's currently in compliance with city ordinances.
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City officials say the developer has been approved to put 11 homes like this one on the Autumn Lane site.
But officials say he's being monitored on a regular basis.
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Butler says he will make sure new homeowners know they're moving to what used to be a dumping site.
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Jean?




[OSHA-Rubatex]


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OSHA inspectors are checking out Rubatex, reportedly after a series of recent accidents at the Bedford plant.
The United Steelworkers of America Local 240 says it asked inspectors to investigate.
The Union says Rubatex employees have suffered injuries three times in the past month: Two had a finger cut off, and another person's hand was caught in a mill.





[House-Fire]


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Fire caused extensive damage to a house near Vinton today.
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Firefighters believe it started in some leaves and mulch outside the home on Horsepen Mountain Drive.
The flames and smoke did about 125-thousand dollars damage.
No one was hurt.
Authorities don't know what caused the fire.
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[Salem-Stabbing]


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A stabbing suspect is still at large tonight.
And Salem police are also looking for a missing pickup truck belonging to the victim.
66-year old Lenford Lee Pratt was stabbed several times at his home on Cliff View Drive this morning.
He was taken to Lewis-Gale Hospital. Police say it appears he'll recover.
Pratt's missing pickup is a 1998 black Toyota.

[Dragging-Death]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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The third suspect accused in the dragging death of a black man was found guilty today of capital murder-
Then the verdict was read for Shawn Allen Berry.
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((THE JURY HAVING FOUND YOU GUILTY OF CAPITAL MURDER BASED FURTHER ONT HE JURY'S DECISION I SENTENCE YOU TO LIFE INPRISONMENT.))
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With his girlfriend by his side- Shawn Allen Berry- heard that his life would be spared.
When asked if he wanted to speak he said no.
Berry had erlier claimed he was too scared to stop the killing of James Byrd last year.
The other two defendants were convicted of capital murder and sentenced to die.
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[Henry-Wreck]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A Martinsville man who left his friend trapped in a burning car wreck early this morning now faces criminal charges.
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[VO-NAT]
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State police say that the driver, 25-year old Blake Warren Athey, walked away from the accident with minor injuries after he hit a utility pole.
It took rescuers more than 45 minutes to get 21-year old John W. Tunnell out of the car.
He was severely burned and is still in critical condition.
Authorities tracked Athey down this morning at a friend's house.
He's charged with leaving the scene of an accident and reckless driving.
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[Egypt-Air]


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New information that there may have been a conflict in the cockpit of Egypt Air Flight 990.
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Data confirms the pilot had the jets elevators in the nose up position- while the co-pilot believed to be Gamil al- Batouti had his in the nose down position- consistent with someone trying to put the plane into a steep dive.
Egypt officials are arriving in Washington to study the data- even the Egypt Ambassador says he's disturbed by what he's heard on the cockpit voice tapes so far.
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((EXTREMELY DISTURBING ETC...)) [butt to Second bite in pkg] ((ERIC HOLDER/DEPUTY US. ATTORNEY GENERAL: I THINK WE NEED TO MAKE SURE THAT WE DEVELOP AS MUCH INFORMATION AS WE POSSIBLY CAN BEFORE WE ASSIGN BLAME IN THIS MATTER.))
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[V0-NAT]
Investigators will work through the weekend before deciding whether to turn this into a criminal investigation.
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[Tease1]
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Was a local contract post office running a scam?
Details coming up.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus, cameras and recording devices will again be allowed in some of Virginia's prisons...
But some are asking - why not all of them.
The story ahead.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((O-K sports fans check this out We'll have highlights and scores from girls regional basketball tournaments. We'll pay our respect to Clay Earles who was laid to rest today and the Virginia Cavaliers gear up for this weekends A-C-C game against Maryland.
All that and more coming up in sports.))
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[Grand-Jury]


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Another day of testimony in the grand jury investigation of retired Vinton Police Lieutenant Bill Brown.
And this won't be the last- -says the special prosecutor. Neil Vener said today that it could be next year before grand jurors complete their investigation into allegations of wrong-doing on Brown's part.
Vener said town officials reviewed the case with State Police before convincing Lieutenant Brown and Chief Ricky Foutz to quit.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A five year broadcast news ban has been lifted in most of Virginia's prison system.
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41 low and medium security institutions are finally re-opened to cameras and recording devices... for tours and interviews and limited inspection.
Prison director Ron Angelone says it's NOT just to generate good publicity at a time when juvenile prisons are under fire.
Inmate advocates like the new policy - but want to know why the state's seven most hardcore prisons are still off-limits.
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((LAURA RINIER/INMATE ADVOCATE: THE PLACES WHERE ARE THE MOST ALLEGATIONS OF INHUMANE, CRUEL TREATMENT...NOTHING TO HIDE, WHY NOT LET YOU IN?))
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[vo-nat]
The new Supermax facilities in Southwest Virginia, and the maximum security facilities, including death row, are all still closed to cameras and reporters.
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[Post-Office]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Postal inspectors have shut down a contract post office in Bedford County.
That after some clerks were accused of running a scam.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Huddleston;]

Postal inspectors closed the post office located in a Huddleston convenience store. Residents say clerks post-dated money orders, possibly to use the money in the meantime. Investigators say convenience store employees may have also mixed money from the store and the post office. Inspectors have not yet decided whether to file criminal charges. All mail is being forwarded to the main Huddleston post office.
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[Pluma]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=mjo]
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A longtime Southside employer inched closer to its demise today ... by selling off two of its plants.
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[VO-NAT]
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A bankruptcy court judge approved the sale of Pluma's Martinsville and Altavista plants for a total of about two-million dollars.
The Martinsville plant was bought by a Pennsylvania company that plans to sell off all of Pluma's remaining sewing equipment.
The Altavista plant was purchased by a local printing company.
Pluma is going out of business and selling all its assets.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
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Medical discoveries of the future could be made right here in the Roanoke Valley.
We'll tell you why. Stick around.
[lotto]
[SUPER=135-9 5 7/3 3 6 7/3 5 9 11 25]



NIGHT DRAWING=

Pick 3:
9-5-7

(nine, five, seven)


Pick 4:
3-3-6-7

(three, three, six, seven)


Cash 5:
3-5-9-11-25

(three, five, nine, eleven, twenty-five)



[Biomedical]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tfl]
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The Roanoke Valley is the future home for a medical science and technology center.
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The heads of Carilion Health System, Virginia Tech and the University of Virginia are teaming up to create the Biomedical Institute. Teams of scientists from the universities will research robotics, lasers and patches that can diagnose disease. Right now, the 75 million dollar project will create about 20 jobs, but the partners believe that number will grow in the coming years.
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Highlights from girls high school basketball, We'll pay our respect to Clay Earles, who was laid to rest today and a look at the Friday Football Extra regional final schedule.
But first our extra point.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=76-MLB; :]


Texas catcher Ivan Rodriguez is the American League Most Valuable Player.
Rodriguez, who hit .332 with 35 homers and 113 R-B-I's finished with seven first place votes and 252 points.
Boston pitcher Pedro Martinez was second in the voting.
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[S-Funeral]


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Folks from all over the nation said their goodbyes to Clay Earles as the Martinsville Speedway founder was laid to rest yesterday. Mike Stevens has more from Henry County.
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[SUPER=04-September 7, 1947; :33]
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[SUPER=01-Jerry Gappens/Lowes Motor Speedway VP; :59]
[SUPER=01-Dr. David Adkins/Pastor; :1:46]
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[S-Girls]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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The Lady Bengals of Bassett were eliminated from the Region 4 championship game losing to Virginia high 46 to 45.


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bristol/Bassett vs Virginia High; :]


Bearcats head coach Barry Reed on the bench.
Bassett would take the early lead Lakin Dyer goes in and scores the layup the Bengals led by 2.
Then Triaillyn Copening steps behind the line and nails the three pointer and the Bengals led by five.
But Virginia high's Ashley Neese pulls up on this play and nails the short jumper cutting the lead to one.
[SUPER=33-Virginia High/46/Bassett/45/;]


Neese would seal the win hitting two from the free throw line Virginia High beating Bassett 46 to 45.
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[S-Hoops]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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In region C, Shawsville slips by Fort Chiswell 41 to 40.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Christiansburg/Shawsville vs Fort Chiswell; :]


This little one was into the semi final game.
Katy Childress works the fast break for the Shawnees and Missy Graham finishes it off as the Lady Pioneers led 20 to 14.
Then the Shawnees push it up the court again this time its Elizabeth Hagood who lays it in but Shawsville still trailed by 4.
[SUPER=33-Shawsville/41/Fort Chiswell/40/;]


The Lady Pioneers would sink the three pointer as Danielle Moore hits from outside the line but Shawsville comes back to win it 41 to 40.
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[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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Coming up in sports, We'll check the Friday Football Extra regional schedule for high school football.
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[VO-NAT]


And Virginia talks about its final regular season game against Maryland.
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[S-UVA]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-46 (1:11:53)]
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The Virginia Cavaliers wrap up the regular season tomorrow against Maryland at College Park in a noon kick off. One major key for UVa will be stopping Maryland running back Lamont Jordan.
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((GEORGE WELSH/UVA HEAD COACH:))
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((WE'LL PAY RESPECT TO CLAY EARLES WHO WAS LAID TO REST YESTERDAY IN MARTINSVILLE. MORE LATER ON MORNIN'.))


[S-FFE]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=ejo]
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The regional finals highlight this weekends high school football schedule. Here are the six big games we'll have for you tomorrow night.
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[wipe to pinnacle 7501] And don't forget you also need to keep an eye on this game Saturday afternoon. Florida State at Florida has huge BCS implications for the nation and the Hokies. You can watch it right here on Your Hometown Station WDBJ-7 Saturday at 3.
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An update now on the collapse at Texas A & M University.
Authorities say two more people are confirmed dead after a bonfire collapsed today.
That brings the death toll to 11.
For the latest on the story, watch News 7 Mornin' tomorrow at 6.



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