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Coming up on News 7-
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George W-Bush is declared a winner in South Carolina.
A fundraiser is held in Giles County for the family of Tara Munsey.
The nation learns what's its like for laid off textile workers on the Southside.
And-- Botetourt County prepares for a new fitness center.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.


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George W. Bush has easily defeated Senator John McCain in South Carolina's Republican primary.
[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Microwave]

Jennifer Jones is live in Columbia, South Carolina tonight at Bush headquarters.
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((((NAT))
A BIG WIN FOR GEORGE W. BUSH HERE IN SOUTH CAROLINA.. THE TEXAS GOVERNOR REBOUNDING AFTER THAT STUNNING LOSS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.

((George Bush SOT))


BUT IT WAS A WIN BUSH HAD TO FIGHT FOR. A RACE IN A STATE THAT WELCOMED CROSS-PARTY VOTING .. DEMOCRATS AND INDEPENDENTS ALIKE FREE TO CAST THEIR BALLOTS IN A REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. A PROCESS THAT GAVE SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN HIS BEST CHANCE AT BEATING BUSH IN A TRADITIONALLY REPUBLICAN-VOTING STATE.
((NAT)) AND WHILE IT MAY NOT HAVE WORKED FOR MCCAIN IN THE END, THE SENATOR WANTS BUSH TO KNOW IT ISN'T OVER.

((SOT John McCain))


STILL, IT WAS MCCAIN'S MOMENTUM BELIEVED TO HAVE HELP LURE A RECORD-NUMBER OF VOTERS TO THE SOUTH CAROLINA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. BUT A HURE TURNOUT OF CORE CONSERVATIVES AND THE RELIGIOUS RIGHT HELPED STRENGTHEN THE SUPPORT FOR BUSH.
((George Bush/Candidate)) ))

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Virginia will hold its primary February 29-th.




[Gore]


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Bush and McCain aren't the only presidential candidates hot on the campaign trail.
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Vice President Al Gore spent the day in Springfield Massachusetts speaking at a community college.
Gore is hoping to win support for the upcoming Super Tuesday.
The democratic candidate reiterated his agenda and took questions from the audience.
He will be in New York tomorrow with the First Lady as she campaigns for Senate.
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The large storm system that moved across the east coast dumped between 3-5 inches
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These are aerial pictures of the Pocatolico River in Sissonville. Sissonville is a small town just north of Charleston that has been plaqued by floods in recent years. The Governor declared a state of emergency in ten counties on Saturday after floods killed at least two people Friday night. The emergency declaration allows the West Virginia National Guard to assist residents.
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[Toss back to anchor][Munsey-Dinner]


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More than one hundred people gathered in Giles County tonight to raise money for the family of Tara Rose Munsey.
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The Eggleston volunteer fire department held a pot luck dinner for the community.
Tara's father, Billy, has helped the fire department during numerous fundraisers over the past 15- years.... so organizers of tonight's event say it was only fitting to help the family.
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[SOT 3:23:37]
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((JOHN A . STANLEY/FIRE CHIEF: IT'S GOOD THE COMMUNITY CAN COME OUT AND GIVE BACK THEIR DEDICATION TO SOMEONE LIKE BILL WHICH HAS HELPED US TIME AND TIME AGAIN.))
[SUPER=01-John A. Stanley/Eggleston Fire Chief]
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The dinner was also a chance for the community to deal with Tara's death.
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((TAMMY CARBAUGH/ORGANZIER: IT'S OUR WAY OF DEALING WITH WHAT HAPPENED AND OUR WAY TO SHOW WE REMEMBERED HER AND CARE FOR HER FAMILY.))
[SUPER=01-Tammy Carbaugh/Organizer; ]
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Organizers charged five dollars a plate and by the end of the night had raised more than eight-hundred dollars.... not including donations.
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[Shuttle]


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Astronauts aboard the space shuttle "Endeavour'' are continuing their Earth-mapping mission.
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[VO-NAT 20:20:45]
[SUPER=03-Kennedy Space Center;]


So far, they've mapped 44 million square miles of the planet's terrain at least once, and 31 million square miles at least twice.
At the same time, though, they are conserving fuel.
That will enable them to map the planet for nine additional hours.
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[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
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Textile workers in Southside have been dealt many blows over the past several months.
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And tonight their voices are heard nationwide. We'll have the details when we return.
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[Martinsville]


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Textile workers in the Martinsville area got a chance to tell their story to a national audience tonight.
This evening-- Lee Cowan profiled the area, which has been devastated by thousands of lay offs, on the CBS evening news.
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[SUPER=01-Beverly Adkins/Textile Worker]
[SUPER=01-Judy Coggin/Plant Manager]
[SUPER=01-Katy Burnette/Textile Worker]
[SUPER=01-Earl Reynolds/City Manager]
[SUPER=01-Jeffrey Galloway/Laid Off Textile Worker]
[SUPER=01-Phil Pettus/Anson Restaurant]
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[OUT Q=Cowan, CBS News.]

(( In Martinsville Virginia, where sewing was serious -- needles stand idle, and factory floors are bare.

Since September, more than 3-thousand workers have lost their jobs -- unemployment has sky rocketed to nearly 20 percent -- leaving a work force to sweat it out, in a town once dubbed the sweatshirt capital of the world.

(SOT/BEVERLY ADKINS, WORKER )

"It's not good. I'll try to find a job and make my mortgage payments, make ends meat. I lost my husband back in September and it ain't been easy." (sobs)

(NARR:)


Here, as all over the country, manufacturing plants are moving to where the workers are cheap. Hampton Industries used to pay about 8 dollars an hour. It now hires workers in El Salvador for less than $5 dollars a DAY.

(SOT/JUDY COGGINS, PLANT MANAGER )

"We can't compete. We just can't compete with those prices."

(NARR:)


Hampton Industries is only the latest to close its doors and may not be the last.

(SOT/JUDY COGGIN, HAMPTON INDSUTRIES )

"IT'S NOT GOING TO STOP. IT'S NOT STOPPING! I'M AFRAID THAT WE'RE AT THE FRONT END OF A SNOWBALL THAT'S NOT GOING TO STOP."

SOT/KATY BURNETTE, WORKER )

"Lee: So what are you going to do? What can you do? A: I don't know. I don't know."
((COWAN ON CAM ) "The situation has gotten so dire, the city is even willing to GIVE AWAY land, to ANY company willing to take it, as long as they agree to invest in the community and hire at least 300 workers -- workers who without this deal coming through, may have to move somewhere else."

(NARR)

The city admits it's a risky plan...but the state of Virginia turned a deaf ear to its pleas for financial aid.

(SOT/EARL REYNOLDS, MARTINSVILLE CITY MANAGER 11:52:22)

"WHEN YOU FIND YOURSELF , YOU KNOW, IT'S FIRST AND TEN AND YOU'RE ON THE FIVE YARD LINE. SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO THROW AWAY THE PLAY BOOK!"

(NARR:)


And there are already signs the strategy is working. One company is moving into the very same building left behind by another plant.
Martinsville's hard working people don't want a handout...they want jobs.

(SOT/JEFFREY GALLOWAY, WORKER )

"I've been a survivor all my life. I'm gonna survive. I can last a while. Lee: Right here in Martinsville? A: Right here in Martinsville."

(nat train whistle)
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Few can afford to leave this town, any more than they can afford to stay. Lee Cowan, CBS News, Martinsville Virginia.))

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A home in Roanoke County went up in flames last night.
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The fire broke out around 10-30 at this house on Starlight Lane.
When fire fighters arrived flames and heavy smoke could be seen coming from the home.
The Fire Marshall says it was started by a wood stove that heated the home.
The owners, Robert and Sandra Clark, were not home at the time of the fire.
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Coming up next...
Stay fit and healthy will become more convenient for residents in Botetourt County.
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And find out how a new program is reducing labor time for pregnant women... right after the break.
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Finding a place to stay healthy and in shape will soon be more convenient for residents in Botetourt County.
Joy Sutton explains.
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(( Right now it's a vacant piece of land off alternate route 2-20 in Botetourt County -- but before long this area will be the site of a 45-thousand foot athletic club -- offering something for the entire family.
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((BUD GREY/VP CARILION WELLNESS AND FITNESS SERVICES: INDOOR AND OUTDOOR POOLS AND THE HIGHLIGHT, IT'S GOING TO HAVE A 20FT HIGH SUPER SLIDE))
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The club will have workout equipment and aerobic programs similar to Carilion's Roanoke Athletic Club in southwest Roanoke County -- like various weight and exercise equipment, an indoor multi-purpose track, and nursery services.
And that's not all -- doctors can use the facility for their patients.
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((BUD GREY: THE CONCEPT IS THAT PATIENTS WOULD COME THERE THEY WOULD ACTUALLY BE REHABILITATED ON THE EQUIPMENT WE HAVE IN THE CLUB AND HOPEFULLY THEN STAY ON WITH US BUT IT GETS THEM BACK INTO USING REGULAR EQUIPMENT OR REGULAR EXERCISE))

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Botetourt County officials say the new facility will add to the growing commercial development in the area.
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((GERRY BURGESS/BOTETOURT CO. ADM.:I THINK THAT'S OBVIOUS FROM THE ANNOUNCEMENT IN ROANOKE COUNTY ABOUT THE WALMART DEVELOPMENT THAT'S RIGHT DOWN THE ROAD FROM HERE. THIS CORRIDOR FROM 460 TO 220 THROUGH DALEVILLE AREA WHERE THE BOTETOURT COMMONS IS DEVELOPING NOW IS A GROWTH CORRIDOR FOR THIS AREA))
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And while it only took a little muscle to break the ground for this site -- Carilion Health System hopes people will be using a lot of muscles, especially their heart at the new Botetourt Athletic Club.
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[SOT21:36:30]
[IN Q=The wholeness movement]

((BUD GREY:THE WELLNESS MOVEMENT IS TRYING TO MOVE IN THE DIRECTION OF PREVENTION AND NOT JUST TAKING CARE OF PEOPLE WHEN THEY BECOME SICK BUT EDUCATING THEM AHEAD OF TIME AND WORKING WITH LIFESTYLES))
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((BO TRUMBO/STATE SENATOR: WITH THIS TYPE OF QUALITY FACILITY OUR CITIZENS WILL BE ABLE TO ENJOY THEMSELVES AND AT THE SAME TIME HAVING THIS RURAL FLAVOR. I THINK THAT IT'S IMPORTANT THAT WE MAINTAIN THAT QUALITY OF LIFE AND THE SAME TIME PROVIDE BENEFITS OF THESE TYPE OF SERVICES))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: CARILION HOPES TO OPEN THIS FACILITY NEXT FALL, THOSE WHO JOIN WILL ALSO HAVE ACCESS TO THE ROANOKE ATHLETIC CLUB. JOY SUTTON NEWS7, BOTETOURT CO.))
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[Mother-Motion]


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A pregnant woman can reduce her labor time by an average of two hours.
That's according to organizers of an exercise program that's being offered in Vinton.
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[SUPER=03-Vinton]


It's called "Moms in Motion".
Expecting mothers take part in a special exercise programs as a way to raise their heart rates without worrying about developmental damage to the fetus.
The program is offered locally at the Lancerlot in Vinton.
Program Director Rita Perini says instructors follow guidelines from the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
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[SOT20:41:23]
[IN Q=Our major focus]

((RITA PERINI/MOMS IN MOTION:OUR MAJOR FOCUS IS GOING TO BE ON THE ABDOMINAL AREA, THE LOWER BACK IS GOING TO BE ADDRESSED, ALL OF THESE FAMILIAR PROBLEMS THAT MANY, MANY WOMEN HAVE AND WE'RE GOING TO DO LOW IMPACT AEROBICS, WHICH IS ABOUT 20-30 MINUTES. WE WILL BE USING TONING EQUIPMENT, LIGHT WEIGHTS, SPECIAL DEVICES. WE WILL ALSO BE IN THE POOL AS FAR AS AQUATICS))
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[VO-NAT]


The class meets Tuesday through Saturday at the Lancerlot Sports Complex.
The cost is 45-dollars a month.
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[Doll-Show]


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Doll collecting is a billion dollar business.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Today hundreds of collectors came out to the Roanoke Civic Center for the Roanoke Valley Doll Show.
From antique to modern -- all types were on sale.
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[SOT 23:30:42]
[IN Q=You can go from]

((SANDRA CLARK/ROANOKE VALLEY DOLL SHOW:YOU CAN GO FROM A THREE DOLLAR BARBIE UP 6-THOUSAND. WE HAVE DOLLS HERE THAT IN THE 2 TO 3-THOUSAND DOLLAR RANGE))
[SUPER=01-Sandra Clark/Roanoke Valley Doll Show]
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[VO-NAT]


There was also someone on-hand to fix and appraise the dolls.
But dolls weren't the only items for sale -- there were also bears.
A local bear maker says bears are the hot new item... and she enjoys putting them together.
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[SOT23:50:45]
[IN Q=It's a stress release]

((MARY BECKNER/BEAR DEALER: IT'S A STRESS RELEASE FOR ME AND I CAN GO HOME AND STAB IT WITH PENS WHILE I THINK ABOUT EX-BOSSES. IT DOESN'T HURT ANYBODY))
[SUPER=01-Mary Beckner/Bear Maker]
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[VO-NAT]


The Roanoke Valley Doll show runs through tomorrow afternoon.
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The Roanoke Express comes from three goals down to beat the Trenton Titans 4 to 3.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Express vs Titans; :]


Cotton Eye Joe getting his groove on entertaining the crowd with a little clogging.
Trenton was shooting from all over the ice Cail Maclean comes from behind the net trying to score but Express goalie Daniel Berthiaume turns the shot away but Roanoke still trailed 3 to nothing.
[SUPER=38-Roanoke/4/Trenton/3/;]


But the Express answers in the second Duane Harmer passes to Dion Del Monte who puts it in the goal for the score Roanoke scores 3 times in the third and Roanoke wins it 4 to 3.
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[S-Tech]


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Virginia Tech treated one of the biggest home crowds of the season to an A-10 win this afternoon.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Xavier vs. Va Tech;]


Fans received free posters commemorating the 1999 football season for attending today's game with Xavier.
The visitors led early as Darnell Williams pulls up for the "J" at the line--just two of his team leading 16.
On the other end Rolan Roberts kicks it out to Brendan Dunlop. Dunlop drains the shot for three.
This time around it's Dunlop who finds Roberts. Roberts gets it to go and picks up his three the old fashion way. He led Tech with 19.
[super=33-Xavier/65/Va Tech/75;]


Dennis Mims finds his outside shot as the Hokies continue to hit from three point land and Virginia Tech beats Xavier 75 to 65.
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[S-ODAC]


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Hampden-Sydney, The top ranked team in the country, opened the ODAC tournament this afternoon with a 91 to 72 win over Emory and Henry.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Tigers vs Wasps; :]


Tiger coach Tony Shaver reminding his number one seeded team to stay focused.
The Tigers open when Jack Jirak knocks down the outside shot to give Sydney the lead in the first half.
But the Wasps Scott Smith with the pick and Davd McManus takes the ball in for the easy two.
Moments later Bryan Prevett knocks down the three but Emory still trailed 22 to 13.
[SUPER=33-Hampden-Sydney/91/Emory & Henry/72/;]


Then Hampden-Sydney's Matt McKeag takes to to the hole and the Tigers roll to the 91 to 72 win.
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The Tigers will face Virginia Wesleyan in tomorrow's semi finals. The Marlins downed Randolph-Macon 66 to 54.

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Six Maroons hit double figues tonight as Roanoke College beat Eastern Mennonite 110 to 85.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Maroons vs Royals; :]


The Maroons huddle around head coach Page Moir during a time out.
Roanoke works the ball around the court hitting Colby Leftwich who scores on the inside move.
But Mennonite would answer with the three ball. Joel Kaufman pulls up and hits this one the Royals trailed 52 to 37.
The next trip down the floor the Royals get it to Ben Bowman and he hits the three ball to make it 55 to 40.
[SUPER=33-Roanoke/110/Eastern Mennonite/85/;]


The Maroons play defense Paris Butler comes up with the steal gets it to Brad Dunleavy for the finger roll. Dunleavy scored 17 as the Maroons beat the Royals 110 to 85.
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[TALENT=Roy]
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The Maroons advance to the semi finals against Washington and Lee a 55 to 50 winner over Bridgewater.


[S-Duke]


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Chris Carrawell hit several key baskets down the stretch to lead third ranked Duke to a 71 to 66 win over N.C. State.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/ABC SPORTS; :]


Coach K calling a play from the bench.
But N.C. State gets it to Damon Thornton he takes it down the middle for the slam and the Wolfpack trailed by 3, 18 to 15.
Duke comes right back Shane Battier pulls up and hits the jumper for two of his 15 points the Blue Devils led by 10.
[SUPER=33-Duke#3/71/N.C. State/66/;]


But Carrawell took over down the stretch here he drives and kisses it off the glass for two of his 22 and Duke wins it 71 to 66.
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[S-College]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Winston-Salem, NC/RAYCOM; :]


Maryland was on the road at Wake today.
Juan Dixon hits this three to end the first half he finished with 20 points as the Terps beat the Demon Deacons 73 to 67.
And here are tonight's scores.
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Matt Kenseth came from the middle of the pack in the closing laps to win the NAPA Auto Parts 300 Busch race att Daytona.
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Kevin Harvick was leading the race in single file with 25 laps left to go.
Then on lap 103 Michael Waltrip gets tapped in the rear his car goes airborne flips over several times before landing on its roof. Waltrip walked away from the crash he was running sixth at the time.
Kenseth then took control and he would take the checkered flag for his 8-th career Busch win.
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Joe Nemechek finished second, Terry Labonte third, Jay Sauter fourth and Harvick came in fifth.
And don't forget tomorrow at noon you can watch the Daytona 500 right here on Your Hometown Station.



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The "King" Richard Petty will lead Dodge back into Winston Cup Racing.
Petty Enterprises and Bill Davis Racing will join Ray Evernham Motorsports as Dodge returns after a 16 year absence.
Both teams will switch from Pontiacs for the 2001 season and bring established teams to Dodge.
Petty expects to field Intrepids for son Kyle, grandson Adam and John Andretti.


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The Virginia Tech men's track team won its fourth straight Atlantic 10 championship this afternoon.
Tech scored a conference record 246 points.
Andre Davis was named the meet's outstanding performer after winning the 55 meter and 200 meter dash.
The Tech women finished second.


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Coming up tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning.....
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Sophisticated DNA research is helping researchers at Duke University unlock the secret of autism.
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((CHANTELLE WOLPERT/GENETIC COUNSELOR: THIS RESEARCH, IF ANYTHING, SHOWS POOR PARENTING STYLE DOES NOT CAUSE AUTISM.))


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In 1962, the world watched as John Glenn soared into the record books as the first American to orbit the earth.
Keith Humphry looks at the historic day in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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That's coming up tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning beginning at 8.



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