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Coming up on News 7-
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An avalanche kills one and injures five others in New York.
Republicans prepare for Tuesday's primary in Michigan.
And, the owner of a local tattoo parlor is proud to offer more than the latest in body art.
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Plus, Andrew Freiden says we may hit the 60's by mid week.
News 7 is next.


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With the South Carolina primary behind them, Republican candidates head to their next battleground.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.



[Pres-Primary]


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The Republican presidential candidates are criss-crossing the state of Michigan today in search of votes.
George W. Bush is predicting he'll be victorious in Tuesday's primary there but John McCain says he expects to win.


A poll shows the two are in a dead heat.
Drew Levinson has more.
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(( FOR ARIZONA SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN IT WAS A WARM RECEPTION ON A CHILLY MICHIGAN DAY.

(SOT JOHN MCCAIN/GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE)


"It's wonderful to be back in Michigan on this Arizona Day." AFTER WINNING THE NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY MCCAIN HAD HIGH HOPES FOR SOUTH CAROLINABUT HE LOST BADLY SATURDAY TO GEORGE W. BUSH. THE DEMOCRATS AND INDEPENDENTS ALLOWED TO VOTE IN THAT PRIMARY DID NOT PUT HIM OVER THE TOP.

(SOT JOHN MCCAIN/GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE)


"We won round one, Governor Bush won round two, now we are in round three and its going to be here in the state of Michigan, we'll win Arizona fine."
LIKE MCCAIN-BUSH HIT THE GROUND RUNNING SUNDAY, GOING FROM RALLY TO RALLY. SOMETIMES BUSH ACTED AS IF HE ALREADY HAD THE REPUBLICAN NOMINATION IN THE BAG AND WAS SETTING HIS SIGHTS ON THE DEMOCRATS.

(SOT GEORGE W. BUSH/GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE)

"There are 260 days more for no more Clinton/Bush" BUSH CONTINUES TO PAINT HIMSELF AS A WASHINGTON OUTSIDER.

(SOT BUSH)

"If you are sick and tired of the politics of division and citizenry and polls and focus groups in Washington DC, if you are sick of that kind of politics, you come and join this campaign."

(STANDUP DREW LEVINSON/CBS NEWS)

"For both candidates Monday is expected to be another long day as they crisscross this heavily populated industrial state looking for votes. Right now they are in a dead heat. Drew Levinson, CBS News, Southfield, MI."))


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Former President George Bush is expected to make a campaign appearance in Virginia on behalf of his son.
Bush is expected to speak at the Salem Civic Center on Wednesday.
Campaign officials are hoping the presidential candidate's father can rally Republican support in a traditionally conservative Southwest Virginia.
Virginia will hold its primary February 29th.
Bush holds the lead in state polls, but John McCain has closed the gap in recent weeks.




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Al Gore and Hillary Rodham Clinton spent the morning campaigning as a team.
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The vice president and first lady spoke at a largely black church in Albany, New York today.
It was their first appearance together in New York and both had warm words for each other.
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(( NO ONE IN AMERICA IS MORE QUALIFIED TO LEAD US THAN OUR VICE PRESIDENT. I KNOW THAT SHE WILL STAND UP FOR ALL OF YOU AND I WILL STAND UP FOR HER BECAUSE SHE IS A LEADER!))
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Standing at a pulpit once used by Martin Luther King, Gore also took the Republican candidates to task for not taking a stance on South Carolina's Confederate flag issue.
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[Tattoo-Parlor]


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Low voter turn-out amoung young adults -- has prompted a local man to get involved.
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Joe Hagerty not only offers tattoos at his shop -- but voter registration forms. Hagerty owns Alex's New Tattoo in Roanoke and says since so many young adults come to get tattoos -- why not make it easier for them to register to vote.
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((JOE HAGERTY/OWNER: WELL ORIGINALLY I HAD CALLED THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE AND THEY SAID THAT YOU CAN REGISTER TO VOTE AT THE DMV OR A THE LIBRARY OR SOMETHING AND I THOUGHT YOUNG PEOPLE AREN'T REALLY HANGING OUT AT THE DMV LIKE THEY SHOULD. WHY NOT HAVE THEM REGISTER AT THE TATTOO STORE))
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While Hagerty says he doesn't push his political thoughts onto anybody -- he feels young adults could really make a difference in this country if they just participated in the electoral process.
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((JOE HAGERTY: OWNER: IF ALL THE KIDS THAT I'VE TATTOOED GOT UP AND VOTED THIS YEAR. IT WILL MAKE A MAJOR CHANGE AS FAR AS THE OUTCOME OF THE NEXT ELECTION))
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Hagerty says he just started offering this a few weeks ago -- and says a few clients have already registered.
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A freight train derailed in Rosetti, Missouri yesterday sending 19- cars off the tracks.
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The train was carrying Purex and Comet cleanser that coated the wreckage and cattle that were nearby.
The cause of the derailment is under investigation.
No one was injured.
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[Abortion-Bill]


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The Virginia General Assembly will tackle a number of bills this week-- including one dealing with abortion.
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A Senate committee is expected to take up legislation that would require women to wait 24 hours before getting an abortion.
The House of Delegates has already passed the bill by a two to one margin.
Governor Gilmore also supports the bill.
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Governor Gilmore wants to spruce up several of Virginia's highway rest stops.
The Governor has proposed spending eight million dollars to renovate four of the state's ten welcome centers.
Officials fear conditions at some of the state's rest stops may be turning away tourists.
The governor would also like to set aside funds to create the state's first high- tech regional tourism centers.
Improvements would include adding computers and providing facilities for visitors to set up hotel reservations and tee times.




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About 50- protesters gathered in Boston, Massachusetts today to support the government's decision regarding Elian Gonzalez.
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The protesters agree with the U-S Immigration and Naturalization service which has ruled to return the six year old boy to Cuba.
The little boy's Miami relatives are challenging the decision.
Elian's mother and ten others drown when trying to flee Cuba.
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Still ahead on News 7, find out how robots are bringing high school and college students together.
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And flooding, in parts of West Virginia, have washed out roads and claimed the lives of at least two people. The latest when we return.
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A New York man was crushed to death yesterday in an avalanche.
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Officials say six hikers got caught when a huge snow slide came down Mount Marcy yesterday.
Five of the hikers were rescued and flown to a hospital near Lake Placid, New York.
The sixth was found dead just before dark.
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A body pulled from the Ohio River this afternoon may be that of a third flooding victim from West Virginia.
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The woman's identity has NOT been confirmed.
But officials say it may be that of Betty Huffman.
The 56- year old was swept away during a failed rescue attempt Friday, near Charleston.
Two others also died during the rescue attempt.
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[Robot-Competition]


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A national robotics competition has local high school and college students working together.
And as Joy Sutton reports... time is running out for the group to construct its very own robot.
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(( Everyday for the past 6 weeks these Blacksburg High School students have been designing and constructing a robot -- to compete in a national robotics competition.
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((DOUGLAS ATWATER/BLACKSBURG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: I'VE BEEN HERE FOR 28 HOURS STRAIGHT TRYING TO FINISH THIS))
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((JONATHAN DURR/BLACKSBURG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: WE WERE STUCK FOR 3 HOURS JUST TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO MAKE THE ROBOT PULL ITSELF UP ON THE BAR))
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But these students are not facing their troubles alone.
Virginia Tech students are helping them out.
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((ALISHA WALLENTSTEIN/TECH STUDENT: IT'S BEEN A HUGE LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR THE COLLEGE STUDENTS LIKE HOW YOU LEAD HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT, HOW YOU LEAD THEM IN THEIR THOUGHTS AND DESIGN PROCESS AND TO GET THEM TO WORK AS A TEAM))
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Altogether there are 15 college and high school students involved in the project... Their team is called -- Virginia Tech Power Surge.
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((ALISHA WALLENSTEIN: SPENT ABOUT A WEEK DESIGNING IT , PUTTING IT ON PAPER, MAKING A PROTOTYPE TO SEE IF IT WILL ACTUALLY WORK AND THEN ENDING UP PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER))
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The robot has to be able to perform certain tasks to compete against other robots in a points game.
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((ALISHA WALLENSTEN: IT NEEDS TO BE ABLE TO SOME HOW COLLECT THE BALLS, CARRY THE BALLS AND BE ABLE TO GET TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PLAYING FIELD))
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But there are guidelines to follow -- the robot can't weigh more than 130 pounds -- and each team competing is given a starting set of supplies to work with.
The students say this is an opportunity to use the knowledge they've learned in the classroom and put it to good work.
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((JONATHAN DURR: IT'S DIFFERENT THAN ANY OTHER THING THEY OFFER IN BLACKSBURG REALLY THEY DON'T HAVE MUCH STUFF LIKE THIS WHERE YOU CAN WORK WITH MECHANICAL PARTS AND ELECTRONICS, AND ENGINEERING))
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((DOUGLAS ATWATER: USING PHYSICS, IF WE COULD GET ENOUGH FORCE OUT OF THIS ONE MOTOR TO DO THIS OPERATION.))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: THE STUDENTS HAVE UNTIL 4 O'CLOCK MONDAY AFTERNOON TO TURN IN THEIR ROBOT TO SEE IF IT HAS WHAT IT TAKES TO COMPETE AGAINST MORE THAN 250 ROBOTS AT A NATIONAL COMPETITION IN APRIL IN FLORIDA. JOY SUTTON,NEWS 7 BLACKSBURG))
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38 years ago today John Glenn circled the earth in the Friendship 7 space craft.
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Coming up... relive the historic moment that had the world holding its breath.
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The space program reached new heights 38- years ago today when John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth.
Keith Humphry takes a look at the flight in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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(( John Glenn made history as the first American to Orbit the earth, but he was not the first person to do so. That honor went to Soviet Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin in 1961. The United States quickly followed suit. Less than a month later, Alan Shepard became the first American in space followed by Virgil Grissom. John Glenn served as a backup pilot for both of those flights. But in 1962, the spotlight was on him.
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((JOHN GLENN/MY WIFE'S ATTITUDE TOWARDS THIS HAS BEEN THE SAME AS IT HAS BEEN ALL ALONG THROUGH ALL MY FLYING. IT'S WHAT I WANT TO DO AND SHE'S BEHIND IT AND THE KIDS ARE TOO 100%.)) [RUNS10]
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On February 20th, 1962, Glenn piloted the "Friendship 7" Mercury spacecraft on the first, manned orbital mission of the earth.
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((GODSPEED JOHN GLENN)) [RUNS02]
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At the end of the first orbit, Glenn had to take manual control of the spacecraft for the rest of the trip. As the world anxiously looked on, Glenn circled the globe three times. He then returned to earth. The "Friendship 7" landed in the Atlantic Ocean. The flight had lasted 4:55:23. Glenn was rescued by the recovery ship N-O-A-H. There was a lot to smile. He was safely back on earth, assured a place in history. That's Virginia Newsreel.... I'm Keith Humphry))



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Dale Jarrett made a move with 4 laps left and coasted to victory winning his third Daytona 500.
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Dale Earnhardt had a strong car early in the race he works his way to the front running 9-th after 16 laps into the race.
But the strongest car belonged to Dale Jarrett. He started on the pole and was the leader after 19 laps the average speed at 188 miles per hour.
Then defending champion Jeff Gordon was forced to pit because of an oil leak on lap 33 he went several laps down to the field.
Mark Martin overcame an early pit stop and he would lead the race at the halfway point.
During a caution, Tony Stewart hits a crew member while leaving the pits with just over 40 laps to go.
Johnny Benson was the leader then with under 10 laps to go Michael Waltrip gets lose in a pack collects several other cars bringing out the caution.
Jarrett took the lead on the restart then another caution slowed the field and Jarrett would take the checkered flag under caution winning the Daytona 500 and giving the credit to his crew.
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Jeff Burton was second, Bill Elliott third, Rusty Wallace fourth and Mark Martin fifth.






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Roanoke College will play Hampden-Sydney in the ODAC championship tomorrrow night.
Jason Strickland scored 20 as the Maroons beatt Washington and Lee 66 to 60.
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Page Moir and the team huddle at the beginning of the game.
W & L's Chad Brailey takes the outside play draining the three pointer.
Then at the other end Roanoke's Brad Dunleavy takes on Brailey and kisses it off the glass for the score Roanoke led 10 to 7.
The Generals continue to knock down the three's as Will Cotter sinks it from downtown.
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But the Maroons work it down low to Jason Strickland and he gets the score and Roanoke wins it 66 to 60.
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Hampden-Sydney advanced with an 80 to 63 win over Virginia Wesleyan.
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The Tiger Pep band rocking as hard as the team.
T.J. Grimes pulls up and hits the three pointer as the Tigers take control.
Then Jack Jirak works it down low to Jeremy Harris who lays it in for the score and the Tigers led 9 to nothing.
But The Marlins wouldn't give up as Carl Lentz pulls up and hits the three pointer the Marlins led 11 to 9.
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The Tigers blew it open in the second half Grimes hits three of his game high 26 for the 80 to 63 win.
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Virginia won for the first time at Chapel Hill beating the Tar Heels 90 to 76.
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The Cavaliers were 0 and 14 in the Dean Dome.
But Donald Hand gives Virginia the early lead when he hit this three pointer.
The Tar Heels come right back though Jason Capel knocks one down in off the glass to make it 31 to 22 U-V-A.
Virginia's Travis Watson had the hot hand hitting his first 5 shots in a row.
The Tar Heels opened the second half with Capel pulling up and hitting the three cutting the lead to 10.
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But the Cavs answer Chris Williams driving to the hoop for the score and Virginia wins it 90 to 76.
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Temple ended the longest college winning streak today beating top ranked Cincinnati 77 to 69.
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The Bearcats at home taking on the Owls.
Cincinnati's Kenyon Martin grabs the board and throws the long pass to Delmar Johnson who drains the three for a 2 point lead.
But Temple rallied. Lynn Greer pulls up way behind the line and nails the three. The Owles led by 1.
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Mark Karcher then nails three of his game high 28 as Temple upsets Cincinnati 77 to 69.
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In women's hoops, Telisha Quarles scored 17 as the Lady Cavaliers beat N.C. State 60 to 51.
It's Virginia's 13-th straight home win.
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Meantime, Virginia Tech beat Duquesne 68 to 56. Nicole Jones led the Hokies with 17 points.


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The Miami Heat was in Charlotte today.
Tim Hardaway scored 23 and Alonzo Mourning threw down 21 as the Heat beat the Hornets 85 to 80.
and here are the rest of the scores.
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The Rockets have won back to back Pioneer District Volleyball Championships.
Denise Allen introduces us to one of the reasons for Craig County's success.
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(( Sophomore Heather St. Clair is one reason the Rockets have won back to back Pioneer District titles.
As a freshman St. Clair made the all-district volleyball team. This year it was player of the year.
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((STACEY JONES/CRAIG CO. COACH: I THINK THE COACHES REALIZED SHE IS BY FAR THE BEST PLAYER IN THE DISTRICT. SHE'S AN INCREDIBLE TALENT. SHE WAS VOTED TEAM CAPTAIN AND IS AN EXCELLENT LEADER.))
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((HEATHER ST. CLAIR/PIONEER DISTRICT PLAYER OF THE YEAR: MY TEAMMATES VOTED ME CAPTAIN. I JUST KIND OF ACCEPTED IT AND TRY TO DO A GOOD JOB AT IT AND BE A GOOD LEADER FOR THE TEAM.))
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Heather posted a team leading 120 kills with 19 aces and 56 blocks. But volleyball isn't her only sport. She was all district in basketball and softball as well.
Last year in track she went to regionals in the triple and long jump.
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((I JUST REALLY LIKE TO PLAY SPORTS AND COMPETE WITH THE TEAM AND PLAY WITH MY TEAMMATES AND PLAY GOOD.))
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((SHE'S AN EXCELLENT STUDENT. SHE HAS A 4.0 GPA AND BALANCES THREE AND FOUR SPORTS. SHE'S JUST AN EXCELLENT ROLE MODEL.))
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And when her playing days are done this role model wants to be a pediatrician.
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((I'VE JUST ALWAYS WANTED TO BE A DOCTOR. I LOVE BABIES AND EVERYTHING AND HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO BE A PEDIATRICIAN.))


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But before she starts her career, Heather hopes to play basketball or volleyball in college.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports.))





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Keith Triplett finally won on the P-G-A tour today.
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His first victory comes after 11 years and 266 starts.
Triplet led by three on the back nine shooting a final round 4 under par 67 for a one shot win over Jesper Parnevik.
Parnevik watched as Triplett made a four footer to save par and gain the win.
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They're cute, cuddly and possibly the first twin koala bears in the world.
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Milo and Otis were born in Australia and are now under the watchful eyes of researchers. Twin koalas are so rare that the pair have been thrust into the media spotlight. However all the attention has the furry animals wanting to sleep rather than have their picture taken.
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