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The Volvo Truck plant gets ready to layoff 400 workers. That's our top story on NEWS-7 tonight.
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[VO-NAT]


And sheriff's deputies seize financial records at a local home for adults in a theft investigation.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports, it's been an eventful Monday on the college gridiron as the Downtown Club announces
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[VO-NAT]

that Michael Vick is one of the five finalists for the Heisman Trophy award.
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[WX-Head]
[TALENT=Robin]
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Expect clouds to stick around overnight as cooler air continues to spill into the region. Details just ahead. [open]
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ejo]
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[VO-NAT]


The New River Valley gets word of layoffs at a major manufacturer.
Volvo Trucks in Dublin is cutting hundreds of jobs.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Volvo-Layoffs]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6p]
[WRITER=jmc]
[TAPE#=99-47 24:43]
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Workers at the plant in Dublin got the word this afternoon.
The company will be laying off 400 production line employees.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Dublin/File Tape]


Spokesman Phil Romba says the cutbacks are necessary because of a decline in orders for new trucks.
He could not release information on just when the layoffs would take effect.
Volvo Trucks currently employs about 32-hundred people.
Romba says the company's expansion plans are still on track.
Volvo Trucks took on 700 new workers this year, alone.
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[Nursing-Home]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=99-46 32:25]
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The owner of a local home for adults is under investigation for possibly stealing residents' money. The Richwood Home on Route 11 in Botetourt County serves 29 elderly and handicapped adults. Today -- sheriff's deputies searched the place and seized almost 50 items of evidence.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Tina/Newsroom]


Tina Tenret has the latest.
[Live=Tina Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Tina1;]

Keith, in October the State Licensing Board found more than 12-hundred-dollars missing from patients' funds at the Richwood Home. Residents should have between 34 and 54 dollars left over each month from state subsidies -- to spend on things like hair cuts, cigarettes and personal hygiene. Well, that money's missing. Charges have not been filed but deputies believe the home's owner may be fingering the books.
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(( Sheriff's deputies say residents sign their checks over to the owner, Caren Simpson. She keeps track of residents' personal funds in a log book. According to a search warrant, an employee says Simpson removed the log book when the state audit showed money missing. Deputies say the book was later returned with 700-new-dollars in residents' personal funds -- entries had been added to explain the missing money. A former employee who worked at Richwood Home for a year and a half told deputies that residents were often charged for personal hygiene items they never received.))
[Live=Tina Full/Newsroom]


The checks signed and turned over to Caren Simpson the first week of November still had not shown up in residents' personal accounts by the end of the month.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Tina/Newsroom]

I talked to both owners and they did not want to go on camera but denied any wrongdoing at the home.
Today deputies seized 48 documents including receipts, the log book, calendar pages, a file of beautician services, copies of residents' checks from the past year, and 29 resident files. The license for the Richwood Home expires this month. The Department of Social Services says this investigation will not necessarily threaten the renewal process.
(Keith question: When can we expect to know something?)

Well, Keith, the investigator in charge says it will take a couple weeks for him to look through all this material and he should have something for us by then.

[Bus-Accident]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=tfl]
[TAPE#=99-48 25:47]
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The driver of a school bus that wrecked in Bedford County almost two weeks ago died this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford/November 24; ]

Ferris Booth died at about three o'clock today at Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Police say he blacked out at the wheel while taking student to Stewartsville elementary school in Bedford County and ran into a tree. About 12 students were injured.
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[Vick-Heisman]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-45 10627TC]
[GRAPHIC=MICHAEL VICK]


Virginia Tech's Freshman Quarterback Michael Vick has been named one of the five finalists for the Heisman trophy.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/September 4; :00]

The award is given annually to the best player in all of college football. This season Vick became the first player in N-C-double-A history to win both rookie of the year and player of the year honors in his conference. Mike Stevens will have more on the Heisman hopeful in sports.
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[Sugar-Bowl]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=99-39 1:17:51]
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Vick and his Hokies teammates are preparing for the Sugar Bowl, a championship game that means a lot of things to different people.
For most Virginia Tech fans, it's a source of pride.
There are also many out there who see Tech's good fortune as an economic opportunity.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Teresa/Microwave]


Teresa Hamilton has been checking into that angle.
[Live=Teresa full/Microwave]
[SUPER=@Teresa1;]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg;]


Keith, Tech officials say they've been overwhelmed by vendors wanting to sell Tech merchandise, the legal way.
In fact-- they've had so much requests they've actually had to turn away businesses.
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[SUPER=01-Locke White/VT Licensing and Trademarks; :]
[SUPER=01-John Greeley/Collegiate Licensing Co.; :]
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(( LOCKE WHITE/VT LICENSING AND TRADEMARKS:WE'RE ABSOLUTELY SWAMPED AT THIS TIME. ))
Locke White says last year, he received calls from two or three businesses a week hoping to sell various forms of Tech merchandise.
But this year-- the school's been taking an average of 15 to 20 every day from businesses.
In fact-- the university has been so overwhelmed they've had to put a halt to bringing new merchandise on board.
But not before negotiating with a cereal company.
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[in q=It's either]

((LOCKE SMITH: IT'S EITHER GOING TO BE TECH TOASTIES OR HOKIE TOASTIES AND SO, IF YOU GO TO THE GROCERY STORES HOPEFULLY IN A FEW WEEKS YOU'LL BE ABLE TO EAT A BOWL FULL OF CEREAL WITH VIRGINIA TECH ON IT.))
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[OUT Q= on it.]


Most companies that are cashing in on Virginia Tech's invitation to the Sugar Bowl have permission to do so.
But there are those who sell merchandise bearing a university's logo or that of the Sugar Bowl-- without the schools or Nokia's approval.
Representatives from the Collegiate Licensing Company are already on the lookout locally for counterfeit merchandise.
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[in q=Counterfeiting]

(( COUNTERFEITING IS A BILLION DOLLAR INDUSTRY, NOW THAT GET INTO SOFTWARE PIRATING, BUT DEFINITELY COUNTERFEITING IS A BIG INDUSTRY AND WE'VE OUT HERE TRYING TO PROTECT THE MARKS OF THE UNIVERSITY.))
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[Torgersen]


[ANCHOR=keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=99-40 1:58:12]
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When Virginia Tech and Florida State meet up on the gridiron, Governor Gilmore and his family hope to witness the match-up.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


One day after the Sugar Bowl invitation was secured-- local travel agencies were busy with anxious Tech fans hoping to make the trip to New Orleans.
In fact-- this morning, even Tech's President was working the phones.
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[IN Q=]

((THE GOVERNOR'S COMING, WITH HIS ENTOURAGE, I THINK WE GOT REQUESTS FOR 11 TICKETS FROM THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. you've got to fill that. YEAH, ABSOLUTELY, THAT'S NUMBER ONE.))
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Late this afternoon-- a spokesman for Gilmore said the governor will definitely be in New Orleans... but he wasn't certain how many tickets he'd actually be getting.

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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Roanoke city council members take up the issue of pay raises for themselves. That story is still ahead.
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75 years after the first female lawmakers went to Richmond, the last General Assembly of this millenium is only 16-percent women.
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Last week, they were blindsided by the news that they no longer had jobs.
Now, workers laid off from Tultex's South Boston plant are busy looking for their next job.
But, as Marya Jones reports, their search may be a long one.
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(( Carol Martin has spent her entire career working in Tultex's South Boston plant.
But her 29 years there came to an end last week without any word from her employer.
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((CAROL MARTIN/TULTEX WORKER: MY DAUGHTER IN LAW CALLED ME AND TOLD ME SHE HAD HEARD IT ...AND WE KEPT CALLING AROUND UNTIL WE FINALLY FOUND OUT THAT IT WAS TRUE.)) [RUNS:10]
The South Boston plant was Tultex's last American sewing operation.
Today, only a few human resources workers were there, tying up the loose ends on a 400-person layoff.
Meanwhile, across town, former employees lined up outside the local employment office with big worries on their minds.
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((BONNIE GORDON/TULTEX WORKER: WE'RE AT THE AGE... WHERE ARE WE GOING? )) [RUNS:02]
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((JANICE MARTIN/TULTEX WORKER: I KNOW IT'S NOT GOING TO BE RIGHT HERE IN THIS AREA, WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO GO FURTHER FOR JOBS. )) [RUNS:07] [SU 1:15:22 - :38] ((marya jones: THE SEARCH FOR A NEW JOB COULD BE A TOUGH ONE. HALIFAX COUNTY AND SOUTH BOSTON HAVE RECENTLY HAD AMONG THE HIGHEST UNEMPLOYMENT RATES IN THE STATE -- ABOUT 7 PERCENT. AND WITH NO NEW PROSPECTS FOR ATTRACTING NEW INDUSTRY IN SIGHT, OFFICIALS AND RESIDENTS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT WHERE THE NEXT JOBS MIGHT COME FROM. )) [RUNS:16]
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((DAN SLEEPER: I WOULD SAY IT'S IN THE AREA OF DEVASTATION. )) [RUNS:02]
Halifax County Administrator Dan Sleeper says he doesn't see any opportunities locally to counter the blow to the economy ... or help the workers.
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((DAN SLEEPER: WE'RE NOT GETTING THE SAME TYPE OF LABOR-INTENSIVE WORK THAT WE'RE LOSING. )) [RUNS:04]
Workers MAY be able to go back to school and train for a new job under NAFTA.
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((CAROL MARTIN: STARTING ALL OVER AGAIN IS WHAT'S GOING TO HURT.)) [RUNS:02]
For Carol Martin and her former co-workers, starting over again may mean doing it somewhere far from South Boston.
Marya Jones, News 7.))

[Martin]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A 28-year-old man says he's not guilty but he will accept responsibility for brutally killing and robbing his friend last year.
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]

Timothy Martin and his cousin beat 24-year-old Wesley Smith to death with a metal baseball bat-- then stole his wallet, clothes and car and drove to New York. Prosecutors say Martin needed money for child support and knew Smith had just gotten a Christmas bonus. Martin says he's entering a guilty plea only because there's enough evidence to convict him.
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((I'M PLEADING GUILTY NOT BECAUSE I'M GUILTY OF THE OFFENSE BUT BECAUSE I FEEL IT'S IN THE BEST INTEREST OF MYSELF, MY FAMILY, AND MR. SMITH'S FAMILY.))
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Martin's cousin already received the death penalty for the same crime. Martin will be sentenced in January and could get two life terms.
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[WRITER=jda]
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A proposal to raise the salaries of city council members has become a touchy subject in Roanoke, but today one neighborhood leader defended the idea.
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The mayor of Roanoke receives an annual salary of 18- thousand dollars. Council members earn 14- thousand.
State law allows a salary of up to 25- thousand dollars a year for the mayor, and up to 23- thousand for others on council.
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Today, Bob Caudle, president of the Greater Deyerle Neighborhood Association said he believes they deserve a raise.
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((THERE'S BEEN SO MUCH DISCONTENT IN RELATION TO THE DECISION ABOUT HALLOWEEN, THE DECISION ABOUT MAKING THE OFFER TO THE CITY MANAGER AND IT'S SO EASY TO CRITICIZE. I JUST FELT IT WAS TIME FOR SOMEBODY TO SAY SOMETHING NICE ABOUT THEM.))

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Council must adopt a salary increase at least four months before the may elections, so members must act before the end of the year if they decide to adopt the proposal.
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[Stocks]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Blue chips went down, tech stocks rose on Wall Street. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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The Dow fell 61. NASDAQ gained 25. Kroger stock lost more than five points, after two senior executives left to head up Rite-Aid.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=99-42 1:27:28]
[GRAPHIC=State Captitol "Counting Women"]


The Virginia General Assembly elected to ring in the next millenium has one more female member than the last one.


All told, however, women hold only 16-percent of house and senate seats.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The '99]
[SUPER=03-Richmond/File Tape; :00]
[SUPER=01-Del. Viola Baskerville/(D) Richmond; :07]
[SUPER=@Ellen2; :25]
[SUPER=01-Robin DeJarnette/Family Foundation; :36]
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(( The '99 elections brought a net gain of one... but saw the defeat of two powerful, senior women.
[SOT 15:00:09]

((DEL. VIOLA BASKERVILLE/D-RICHMOND: NOT ONLY DOES IT BOTHER ME BECAUSE WE'RE SO LOW. BUT BECAUSE WE SEEM TO LOSE GOOD PEOPLE. WE LOST GLADYS KEATING WHO HAD A TREMENDOUS HISTORY IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND WAS CO-CHAIR OF COMMERCE AND BANKING, A POWERFUL COMMITTEE.))
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The first two women elected to the legislature 76 years ago started a trend that just hasn't matured.
There's only one woman on the powerful Senate Finance Committee... and none among the powerful group that brokers the budget.
But NOT all agree it matters.
[SOT 10:09:50]

((ROBIN DEJARNETTE/FAMILY FOUNDATION: FAR TOO LONG, WOMEN HAVE BEEN PLAYING THAT TRUMP CARD THAT MEN DON'T GET IT. IT TAKES A WOMAN TO OBVIOUSLY REPRESENT WOMEN IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. AND I JUST THINK THAT'S JUST FALSE. I THINK MEN DO A VERY GOOD JOB OF MEETING THE NEEDS OF THE FAMILIES AS A WHOLE.))
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((DEL. VIOLA BASKERVILLE/D-RICHMOND: CERTAINLY WE HAVE HAD MALE COLLEAGUES WHO HAVE BEEN VERY WELL AWARE AND SENSITIZED TO ISSUES. BUT I THINK HAVING MORE WOMEN WHO ARE PHYSICALLY THERE, WHO ARE PRESENT, TAKES THE CONSCIOUSNESS TO ANOTHER LEVEL.))
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Like in 1998, when a time-honored tradition-- a speech intended to be humorous -- was finally dispensed with.
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((DEL. VIVIAN WATTS/D-ANNANDALE: WHEN IT WAS REFERENCED THAT A COLLEAGUE WANTED TO JUMP START ME.))
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[SOT 12:26:15]

((WATTS: PLEASE THIS IS OUR WORKPLACE.))
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((DEL. VINCE CALLAHAN/R-FAIRFAX: I WANT TO PROFOUNDLY APOLOGIZE TO ANY AND ALL THAT I OFFENDED.))
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The new legislature is sworn in in January.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))


[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports, Michael Vick is a Heisman finalist, while Thomas Jones is somehow left off the list.
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Plus, the City of Salem has made plans to honor this year's state champs. We'll have some details for you in just a moment.
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[S-Heisman]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-59]
[GRAPHIC=VICK]

Just when it looked like Virginia Tech's season couldn't get any sweeter - late this afternoon, Michael Vick and the Hokies received word from the Downtown Athletic Club of New York that the freshman quarterback is one of the five finalists for the Heisman trophy.
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((MICHAEL VICK:))
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[VO NAT CON'T]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Yesterday; :00]

Frank Beamer didn't actually expect his team to be playing for a national championship this year, either. But yesterday the Hokies got that confirmation, although Frank's wife has known about Hokie Hysteria for some time.
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((FRANK BEAMER:))
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[talent=mike]
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Vick will be joined in New York by Ron Dayne and three other quarterbacks, Drew Breas, Chad Pennington and Joe Hamilton.





[S-Jones]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-54 49:53]
[GRAPHIC=Thomas Jones]


Even more amazing than the fact that Michael Vick is one of the five Heisman finalists is that Virginia's Thomas Jones is not.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]


Jones finished the regular season as the nation's third leading rusher. He averaged 163.45 yards per game and 5.38 yards a carry while amassing one thousand, 798 yards on the ground; Stats good enough to break the ACC single season record. He also lead the nation this season with four-200 yard rushing games.
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[S-Warrick]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-56 3325TC]
[GRAPHIC=TECH/FSU]


Not only is Thomas Jones not one of the five finalists, but neither is Florida State Peter Warrick. Tech will get to see plenty of him in New Orleans though. In fact, Tech fans now also have a way of making sure they get Warrick's attention.
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[VO-NAT]

"Smack" an apparel company out of St. Petersburg, Florida that makes a living stirring up the competitive juices on college campuses with parody t-shirts. Has come up with this gem for the Sugar Bowl battle for number one. It has a likeness of the Heisman trophy on the back, but it's called the "Heist-man" Notice that the statue is running with a Dillards shopping bag in its hand in reference to Warrick' discount designer clothing scheme. At the bottom of the shirt in "Orange and Maroon" writing there are Warrick's now infamous words "It's not like I shot the president." The shirt will be available in Blacksburg at the Tech bookstore on Main Street.
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[S-Salem]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-47 tc 1:20:06]
[GRAPHIC=FFE]


The City of Salem is sponsoring a gala honoring the High School football team.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Harrisonburg/Last Saturday;]


On Saturday, Willis White's Spartans won their third state title in four years.
Wednesday, December 15th the city is hosting a party at the Salem Civic Center.
The fun starts at 7pm. It's free but you need a ticket to get in and you can get those at the high school, civic center or Andrew Lewis Middle School.
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[S-Stagg]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=Six]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-48 1:27:08]
[GRAPHIC=Stagg Bowl]


Young football fans are invited to watch the 27th Annual Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl for free.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/December 1998;]


The National Football Foundation/Football Hall of Fame has purchased a limited number of tickets to the bowl game which will be given to area youth.
You can pick these tickets up at the Salem Civic Center Box Office.
The Stagg Bowl is Saturday, December 18th. Kick off is one o'clock.
Three time defending champion Mount Union College is working its way back to Salem once again.
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