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Coming up next...

Police investigate two fatal accidents.
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[VO-NAT]


A home in Roanoke County goes up in flames.
And-- a state of the art fitness center is on the way in Botetourt County.
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In sports, The Express returns to the Roundhouse hosting the Titans tonight the Hokies were back on the Hardwood at the Cassell.
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[VO-NAT]


And Hampden-Sydney opens defense of its ODAC title with an easy win over Emory and Henry.
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The forecast stays breezy for a while, but temperatures will get back to normal tomorrow and we'll have plenty of sunshine. Details coming up. [open]
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[SC-Primary]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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If the turnout is any indication... the Republican Presidential primary has caught the interest of South Carolina voters. Lee Cowan has the latest from Charleston South Carolina.



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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Charleston, SC]
[SUPER=01-Sen. John McCain/(R) Presidential Candidate]
[SUPER=01-Lee Cowan/Reporting]
[SUPER=01-Gov. George W. Bush/(R) Presidential Candidate]
[SUPER=01-Charlie Rhodes/Polling Volunteer]
[SUPER=01-Esther Shaw/Polling Volunteer]
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(( The fight for South Carolinas 37 delegates started mean, and ended mean with aides for Senator John McCain complaining voters were being turned away at the polls.

SOT.SEN. JOHN MCCAIN, R- PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE 14:02:07

If anyone anywhere in South Carolina is deprived of the ability to vote, its just no fair. Its not keeping with the principals of the voting rights acts, and the principals of Abraham Lincoln and the Republican Party.
COWAN ON CAM:
At the last minute, state officials said nearly two dozen polling places in Greenville South Carolina had to be consolidated because there werent enough volunteers to staff them.
NARR:
Its an area suspected of being a stronghold for Independent and cross over voters just the kind McCain had been counting on to make the difference in a race that went down to the wire.

NAT/SOT CAMPAIGNING


NARR:
George W. Bush had locked up the party establishment. By yesterday, he lead in most polls, but by margins slimmer than he had even two weeks ago, but he remained confident.

SOT/GOV. GEORGE W. BUSH, R-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE


NARR:
The key to South Carolina was turnout, and both camps worked feverishly in the last days of the campaign to get their faithful to the polls.

One way or another they came today... many believe in numbers that may double the turnout in 1996.

SOT/CHARLIE RHODES, POLLING VOLUNTEER 13:37:24

This morning we had about 100 people waiting in line. Lee: Before the polls even opened? A: right.

SOT/ESTHER SHAW, POLLING VOLUNTEER 13:25:50

I think its going to be the biggest weve ever had in Charleston.
NARR:
Part of that was due to the drama. It had been a long few weeks of tough and negative campaigning that proved expensive for both candidates, and seemed to cost voters nerves as well.

SOT/MOS (WOMAN IN RED) 13:24:10

They have been so nasty. And I'm really tired of the ads, I'm glad today is Election Day.
NARR:
Whoever loses here will have little time to re group before next weeks Michigan and Arizona primaries, now just three days away.

McCain needs a victory to continue his surge. Bush needs a victory to bolster supporters confidence. Either way, South Carolina is playing a role even the old timers here are calling: historic. ))

[Live= Lee Cowan]
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The Republican Primary will be held in Virginia February 29-th.

[Munsey-Statement ]


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The past few weeks have been filled with uncertainty for friends and family of Radford high school sophomore Tara Rose Munsey.
Thursday night-- another chapter was closed as Pulaski County investigators placed a family friend under arrest for allegedly killing the 16- year old girl.
Family members have declined to comment on the arrest but have released a statement.
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They say the legacy of Tara Rose is the spirit of community that has arisen during these painful times.
They also hope that her legacy will endure past today's headlines and become a symbol of hope for future generations.
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A dinner is underway at this hour at a volunteer fire department in Giles County to help raise funds for the Munsey family.
We'll have more on the fundraiser tonight on NEWS 7 at eleven.
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[Starlight-Fire]


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Fire destroyed a home in Roanoke County last night.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Last Night;]


It happened 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 is investigating.
Officials say no one was injured.
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[81-Ax]


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An early morning car accident on Interstate 81 claimed the life of a Shawsville man.
49-year-old Granville Brinkman Liles, Junior, was driving north near exit 1-14 in Christiansburg when he apparently lost control of his vehicle, just after midnight.
Police say Liles swerved from one side of the road to the other... and struck both guard rails.



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A traffic accident in Danville last night claimed the life of a 34- year old man from Dry Fork.
Police say Early Lloyd Hensley died after hitting an embankment and then a utility pole on Mount Cross Road... just before midnight.
Hensley died later at the hospital.



[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))
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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... one she likes 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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[OUT Q=hurt anybody]
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The Roanoke Valley Doll show runs through tomorrow afternoon.
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[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Still to come on News 7, find out how a new program is reducing labor time for pregnant women.
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[VO-NAT]


And staying fit and healthy will become more convenient for residents in Botetourt County. The story after the break.
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[Carilion-BAC]


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Getting in shape -- may soon be a little easier for people in Botetourt County.
Joy Sutton explains.
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[SUPER=01-Bud Grey/VP Carilion Wellness & Fitness ;37]
[SUPER=01-Gerry Burgess/Botetourt Co. Administrator;55]
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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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[IN Q=Indoor and outdoor]

((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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[IN Q=The concept]

((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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[OUT Q=type of services]
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[SOT22:19:40]
[IN Q=Carilion hopes]

((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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A program that's come to the Roanoke Valley claims it can reduce labor time for pregnant women by an average of two hours.
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[VO-NAT]
[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 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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[Booker-T-Washington]


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The Booker T- Washington Monument in Franklin County is a poignant reminder of slavery in our area.
Washington spent his first nine years of life as a slave, then rose to prominence as an educator, author, and spokesman.
Kimberly McBroom visits his childhood home in this week's "Time Off".
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[SUPER=01-Tim Sinclair/Park Ranger; :13]
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[OUT Q=McBroom, News 7, Franklin County.]


((In 18-56, Booker T- Washington was born on this tobacco farm...
He served as one of 10 slaves here, until the Emancipation Proclamation released him into life of freedom.
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[SOT 10:16:45 ]

((TIM SINCLAIR/PARK RANGER: IT'S A LITTLE UNIQUE. MOST OF THE TIME WHEN YOU HAVE A PLANTATION AS A NATIONAL PARK OR ON A HISTORIC SITE, IT'S BECAUSE THE OWNER WAS AN IMPORTANT FIGURE.)) [RUNS:11]
Unlike the sprawling "Tara" from the movie, "Gone with the Wind", James and Elizabeth Burroughs' 207- acre homestead was more typical of the time period.
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[SOT 10:29:22 ]

((TIM SINCLAIR/PARK RANGER: BASICALLY, WHAT YOU'RE SEEING RIGHT NOW IS THE FOUNDATION OF WHAT WE BELIEVE THE BURROUGHS HOUSE IS. JAMES AND ELIZABETH BURROUGHS WERE THE OWNERS OF THE FARM WHERE BASICALLY, BOOKER T. WASHINGTON SPENT THE FIRST NINE YEARS OF HIS LIFE. AND WE CAN SEE, IT'S NOT THE SIZE OF THE HOUSES THAT YOU WOULD IMAGINE AS A PLANTATION.. IT DIDN'T HAVE THE HUGE WHITE PILLARS AND THIS IS ONE OF THE TESTAMENTS THAT SLAVERY WAS DIFFERENT EVERYWHERE YOU WENT.)) [RUNS:29]
Although worlds apart in social status...the slaves' cabin was believed to be located just a few feet away from the owner's home.
But the smokehouse was perhaps the most symbolic structure on the farm.
To the owners, it was said to represent self- sufficiency...but to the slaves, it was a place of torment.
It's said that an often hungry Booker T- Washington could smell the meat inside the smokehouse, but the door was always locked...
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[SOT 10:34:23]

((TIM SINCLAIR/PARK RANGER: BOOKER TALKED ABOUT HAVING TO GO DOWN TO THE FARM AREA, DIGGING IN THE TROUGH WHERE THEY WOULD FEED THE PIGS A BOWL OF CORN AND HE WOULD TAKE SOME OF THAT CORN SO HE'D HAVE ENOUGH FOOD TO SURVIVE. IMAGINE JUST SMELLING THAT MEAT AND HOW THAT WOULD MAKE SOMEONE FEEL. THAT RIGHT THERE IS REALLY THE HARDSHIP OF SLAVERY.)) [RUNS:23]
It's this message that Sinclair and the other park rangers try to get across to children, like these fifth grade students from Lynchburg.
And every February, in honor of Black History Month, the museum hosts an art contest for children.
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[SOT standup here 10:52:21 ]

((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: IT'S ALSO IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT THE NATIONAL MONUMENT ISN'T JUST A PLACE TO REFLECT ON THE PAST, BUT TO DISCUSS CURRENT ISSUES LIKE RACE RELATIONS. THE PARK HOSTS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS ALL YEAR ROUND, NOT JUST DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH. KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7, FRANKLIN COUNTY.)) [RUNS:17]))
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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You can tour the national monument daily, year round.
For directions, check our web site at W-D-B-J-7-DOT-COM and click on "What's New".



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Coming up tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning.....
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[SUPER=04-Duke University Medical Center]


Sophisticated DNA research is helping researchers at Duke University unlock the secret of autism.
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[SOT tc 15:43:05]
[IN Q=This research]

((CHANTELLE WOLPERT/GENETIC COUNSELOR: THIS RESEARCH, IF ANYTHING, SHOWS POOR PARENTING STYLE DOES NOT CAUSE AUTISM.))


[Super=01-Chantelle Wolpert/Genetic Counselor;]
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[OUT Q=cause autism.]
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[VO-NAT]

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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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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That's coming up tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning beginning at 8.



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Still to come.
His birth place is not only a reminder of slavery but his accomplishments.
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[VO-NAT]


Coming up... we'll take you to Franklin County for a tour of Booker T- Washington birthplace.
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[S-ODAC]


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[WRITER=rst]
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Top ranked Hampden-Sydney opened the ODAC tournament this afternoon with a 91 to 72 win over Emory and Henry.
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[VO-NAT]
[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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[TALENT=Roy]


In the second game, Virginia Wesleyan beat Randolph-Macon 66 to 54. Roanoke College is on the court against Eastern Mennonite as we speak we'll have those highlights tonight at 11.


[S-Tech]


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The Hokies treated one of the biggest home crowds of the season to an A-10 win this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[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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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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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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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Daytona Beach, FL/CBS SPORTS; :]


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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[IN Q="The Visine...]
[SUPER=01-Matt Kenseth/NAPA Auto Parts 300 Winner; :]
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[OUT Q=.....last lap."]
[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Joe Nemechek finished second, Terry Labonte third, Jay Sauter fourth and Harvick came in fifth.

[S-Promo]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=mst]
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If you're a racing fan you'll want to stay tuned right after News 7 concludes as we bring you a half hour NASCAR special from the beach - Mike Stevens has a preview of what's coming up.
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[OUT Q=...YOUR HOMETOWN STATION."]
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[S-Express]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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The Roanoke Express can make it 2 in a row tonight over the Trenton Titans.
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[VO NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Express vs Titans; :]


Last night, David Froh's power play goal in the second period gave the Express a 2 to 1 win over the Titans.
The win coupled with losses by Hampton Roads and Richmond boosted Roanoke's lead over the Admirals to four points in the Northeast Division.
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Face off tonight at the Roundhouse is 7:30.


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