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Coming up next.
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Fire damages two apartments and a business in Clifton Forge.
U-S Airways avoids a strike by its flight attendants.
And, funeral services for a man killed by police in New York turn violent.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]


Plus, Andrew Freiden says a picture perfect day is ahead.
News 7 is next.


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A fire in Clifton Forge this evening threatens several apartments and a hardware store.
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Good Evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.



[Store-Fire]


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The flames are out but it took four fire departments almost an hour to bring the blaze under control.
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The Clifton Forge fire department received the call shortly after five o'clock.
When fire fighters arrived-- flames could be seen shooting from an upstairs window.
Two apartments and a hardware store below sustained heavy smoke and water damage.
Everyone inside got out safely.... however a dog did not survive.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
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[Fire]


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Two sisters were rescued from a burning house today by their neighbors.
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It happened around 9-30 this morning at this house on Melrose Avenue in the Northwest section of Roanoke.
The teenage girl and toddler were the only ones in the house and were NOT injured.
A man, who also lived in the home, but was outside when the blaze started says he smelled smoke and called 9-1-1.
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((LEO DAWSON/RESIDENT: FLAMES STARTED COMING OUT OF THE WINDOW AND THEN THAT'S ALL I KNOW. SOME FRIENDS OF MINE HERE THEY BUSTED IN AND GOT THE CHILDREN OUT OF THE BATHTUB AND BROUGHT THEM OUT))
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Authorities say the fire was accidental.
For now, they believe it started in a downstairs bedroom.
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[Airways-Roanoke]


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Good news today for those flying on U-S Airways, this weekend.
The airline and its flight attendants have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract.
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It was smooth sailing at Roanoke Regional Airport with no delays and flights operating on schedule.
For those flying U-S Airways who had NOT re-booked their flights this was the news they had been hoping for.
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[IN Q=We feel relieved ]

((STEPHEN TRUSSELL/PASSENGER: WE FEEL RELIEVED I KNOW MY WIFE MADE ME STAY UP TILL 12 TO SEE WHAT WOULD HAPPEN)) [///BUTT//BUTT] ((NANCY UTZ: I WAS A LITTLE WORRIED BUT I THOUGHT IT WOULD WORK OUT THOUGH. I'M GOING TO DC AND GO UP ON THE SHUTTLE BUT I HAD AN ALTERNATE PLAN))
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The airline and the flight attendants union reached the tentative agreement early this morning.
Jennifer Jones has more.
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[US-Airways]


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[SUPER=01-Lynn Lenosky/Union President]
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((open/nats) WITH MOST PASSENGERS PREPARED FOR THE WORST...ALREADY REBOOKED ON OTHER AIRLINES... AT BEST BUSINESS WAS SCARCE THIS SATURDAY AT US AIRWAYS TICKET COUNTERS...
(nats)

BUT ON THE RUNWAYS FLIGHTS FOR THE NATION'S 6TH LARGEST AIRLINE WERE FLYING AS USUAL. NO SHUTDOWN, NO DISRUPTIONS...NO INCONVIENCED PASSENGERS.

((sot: Debby Harper/passenger))



((sot: no super/passenger))


FLIGHTS THAT ALMOST DIDN'T HAPPEN.
(nats/last night's vigil)

FLIGHT ATTENDANTS HOLDING CANDLELIGHT VIGILS...AS NEGOTIATORS HAMMERED THROUGH CONTRACT TALKS BEYOND THE MIDNIGHT DEADLINE. WITHOUT AN AGREEMENT...FLIGHT ATTENDENTS...10-THOUSAND OF THEM... HAD PROMISED TO CREATE HAVOC FOR THE AIRLINE... USAIRWAYS IN TURN THREATENED TO SHUTDOWN ITS ENTIRE FLEET. BUT BY 3:30 AM ALL THREATS WERE OFF. AFTER FIGHTING FOR A FAIR CONTRACT FOR SOME 3-AND-A-HALF YEARS...THE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS RECEIVED WELCOME NEWS.

((sot: Lynn Lenosky/Union President))


((STD UP CLOSE)) BUT AS GOOD AS THIS CONTRACT AGREEMENT MAY SOUND...IT MUST NOW MEET THE APPROVAL OF THE UNION'S MASTER COUNCIL AND THE RANK AND FILE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS...A VOTE WHICH SHOULD COME IN ABOUT 6-WEEKS.
Jennifer Jones, CBS News, Washington.)





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

[WX1] [11:00pm] [03/25/2000] WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST

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Administrators say the number of students applying to Ferrum College is UP, this year.
The increase comes despite turmoil on campus over some recent changes by college officials.
Joy Sutton spoke with some prospective students today to find out if the unrest has impacted their decision to attend Ferrum.
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(( Nia Indelicato is a senior at William Byrd high school in Roanoke. She says Ferrum College is her number one choice for next year and administrators have made every effort to show her they care about student concerns.
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((NIA INDELICATO: IT WAS MENTIONED THAT IF THERE'S ANYTHING HERE AND THEY DON'T OFFER IT. THEY'LL OFFER IT TO YOU IF YOU CAN GET ENOUGH INTEREST IN IT. SO I THINK THEY DO CARE. TO ME IT SEEMS LIKE THEY DO))
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Indelicato was one of dozens who came out to the College's open house. Many say they felt right at home.
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((CHRISTOPHER BREW/FUTURE STUDENT: THEY CARE A WHOLE LOT. EVERYBODY FRIENDLY. THEY ALWAYS MAKE TIME FOR YOU AND EVERYTHING IT'S ALMOST LIKE A FAMILY))
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However some students who already attend Ferrum College have a different opinion. They say college officials don't listen to their concerns.
It was less than a month ago that students protested on campus -- upset that college officials had dropped the riding and field hockey teams.
And another decision to house freshmen with upper classmen to boost freshmen grades has also sparked some unrest.
But Indelicato says the College offers a lot of other great programs. And she believes housing freshmen with upper classmen has benefits.
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((THEY'VE BEEN THROUGH A COUPLE OF YEARS EARLIER SO THEY CAN HELP YOU OUT. SO YOU'RE NOT WITH JUST LIKE FRESHMAN WHO ARE ALL NEW TO THIS THING. THEY CAN KIND OF KEEP YOU IN LINE A LITTLE. I THINK THAT WOULD BE KIND OF NICE))
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Dan Miller, the Vice President of student affairs -- says the College isn't just reaching out to prospective students -- but is also listening to the concerns of current students.
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((DAN MILLER/VP STUDENT AFFAIRS:ADMINISTRATIVE DECISION MAKING HAS TO LOOK TO THE FUTURE OF FERRUM COLLEGE. WE'RE SEING BOTH THE PRESENT DAY PASSION FOR FERRUM AS WELL AS A PASSION INTEREST IN THE INTERESTS TO MEET THE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF STUDENTS NOW AND IN THE FUTURE))
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Many of these prospective students say while they can understand the concerns of some of the current students -- in no way will that affect their decision to come Ferrum College.
Joy Sutton News 7, Franklin County.))





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President Clinton flew into Oman today for a brief stopover on his way to Geneva.
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Clinton will be meeting in Geneva tomorrow with Syrian President Hafez Assad.
After Clinton's visit, Omani's foreign minister said Clinton is optimistic that Syria's president will find a way to resume peace talks with Israel.
Syrian officials also seem to have expectations about the meeting.
They hope Clinton will bring along a clear commitment from Israel to withdraw from the occupied Golan Heights.
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Still ahead on the broadcast, the Pope visits a site considered sacred among Christians.
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And protests break out in New York City after another unarmed man is shot and killed by police.
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[Police-Shooting]


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It's a sad day in Texas after a San Antonio police officer was shot and killed last night.
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31 year old Oscar Perez was shot once in the head while he and his partner were attempting to execute a warrant at the Budget Inn Hotel on the city's Southside. His partner then shot and killed the 20 year old suspect. Perez was taken to the hospital where he later died. He was the father of two young children and his wife was expecting their third child.
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[NY-Protests]


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A funeral procession in New York today, for a Haitian man killed by police, turned into an unruly protest.
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More than three thousand people followed a hearse carrying Patrick Dorismond's body to a church in Brooklyn. Some angry demonstrators threw bottles and fought with police, others burned an American flag that was draped over the coffin. Dorismond was shot during a scuffle with police in Manhattan last week after an undercover officer allegedly approached him as part of a drug sting. Dorismond was NOT armed. Authorities say five civilians and 23- police officers were injured in the protest.
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[Pope]


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Pope John Paul the second is continuing his historic pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
Today he celebrated mass in Nazareth -- the Israeli town where many Christians believe Mary learned she would give birth to the son of God. Bobbi Harley has more.
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((THE MOTORCADE TOOK THE SHORTEST ROUTE THE SECURITY THE TIGHTEST SO FAR ON THIS TRIP BUT WHEN THE DAY WAS OVER POPE JOHN PAUL THE SECOND DID WHAT HE SET OUT TO DO PRAY WHERE TRADITION SAYS AN ANGEL TOLD MARY SHED CARRY THE SON OF GOD.

NAT SOT MASS


THE VATICAN THREATENED TO CANCEL THIS VISIT TO NAZARETH ON THE POPES FIFTH DAY IN THE HOLY LAND CONTROVERSEY OVER THIS

NAT SOT MUSLIM PRAYERS


MOSLEMS PRAYING IN THE SHADOW OF THE BASILICA OF THE ANNUNCIATION -- AND SOON A MOSQUE WILL GO UP HERE ITS CAUSED FRICTION BETWEEN CHRISTIANS AND THE ISLAMIC MAJORITY IN NAZARETH BUT FOR THE POPE AT LEAST FOR ONE DAY IT SEEMED THE TENSION MELTED AWAY.

NAT SOT CHEERING IN THE STREET


IT WILL BE A DIFFERENT STREET SCENE ON THE POPES FINAL DAY IN ISRAEL THE SHOPS ALONG THE NARROW STREETS OF JERUSALEMS OLD CITY WILL BE CLOSED SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS MOUNTED ALONG THESE ANCIENT WALLS EVEN THE CHRISTIAN FAITHFUL MAY BE CUT OFF FROM GREETING THE PONTIFF.

SOT Ardin Sisseri/Jerusalem Resident - 39:14 The people has to meet

him, the people need to see him, they have to have his blessing, the people from the community, we are not allowed.
BUT IN THIS CITY THATS CLAIMED BY BOTH ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS AS THEIR ETERNAL CAPITOL THE FIRST CONCERN WILL BE FOR THE POPES SAFETY AS HE VISITS CHRISTIANS MOST HOLY SITE THE PLACE WHERE ITS SAID JESUS WAS CRUCIFIED, BURIED AND ROSE FROM THE DEAD.
STANDUP -))



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It's one of natures most spectacular displays, especially at night.
And that's why it's our choice for video of the day.
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Lava could been seen for miles spewing from Europe's most active volcano, Mount Etna.
This is the second time this week the brilliant orange and yellow lava was seen flowing down the volcano.
Over the past two thousand five hundred years more than one hundred serious eruptions have been documented at Mount Etna.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
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What would you do to see your favorite stars up close and personnel? Coming up we'll show you what some fans are doing to get a coveted seat at the Oscars.
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And you might have heard the saying you can't teach an old dog new tricks ---

But did you know you can teach them tricks only horses do? We'll explain when we return.
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[SUPER=137-5 8 0/9 7 0 5/1 9 12 19 31/3 11 18 29 36 40/1 5 9 8 4 4][Boy-Scouts]



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Boy Scout troops from around the area gathered today to salute 90 years of service.
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They came together at Northside High School in Roanoke to honor nearly a century of developing strong values and instilling ethical choices into young boys according to the values set forth by the Scout Oath and Law.
Different patches were on display to show what youngsters can earn ... and the turnout was enough to make even Garfield purr.
The Boy Scouts of America currently has more than a million 11 to 17 year old members nationwide.
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[Dog-Agility]


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Horses aren't the only animals jumping hurdles these days.
Man's best friend is also getting involved in the sport.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


These dogs showed off their skills today as part of the first "Star City Canine Show "at Hollins College.
The dogs are judged not only on how fast they complete this obstacle course, but also how well they follow the course sequence without knocking over anything.
The dogs win prizes and ribbons.
Canines of all breeds and skill levels took part in today's competition.
The show will also be held tomorrow starting at 8 am and will run throughout the day.
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[Oscar-Preps]


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What would you do to catch a glimpse of your favorite movie star?
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[VO-NAT 20:06:09]
[SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA]

These fans are camping out to grab one of 600 bleacher seats available for the Oscars tomorrow night. The coveted seats are one of the best ways to watch the stars walk down the red carpet. The race for the seats opens at six o'clock in the morning.
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The Roanoke Express played its final regular season game at the Roundhouse tonight.
And Roanoke gets a 5 to 3 win over the Richmond Renegades.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Express vs Renegades; :]


A couple of fans playing musical outhouses on the Ice.
In the first period, Roanoke's Aaron Gates fires the shot past the Renegades goalie to make it 1 to nothing Express.
Then Roanoke's Dion Del Monte passes to Aniket Dodd-Folly who scores the goal and the Express led 2 to nothing.
But the Renegades get on the board when Trevor Senn gets the shot and scores to make it 2 to 1 Express.
[SUPER=38-Roanoke/5/Richmond/3/;]


Richmond's Jeff Rucinski fires this slap shot in the goal to tie the score at 2 to 2 but Roanoke goes on to win it 5 to 3.
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[S-UVA]


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The Lady Cavaliers of Virginia ended their season this afternoon in the Mideast regional.
Tennessee beats the Cavaliers 77 to 56.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Memphis, TN/ESPN; :]


Pat Summitt and her squad leading in the second half.
Virginia's Renee Robinson hits the jumper and the Lady Cavaliers trailed 45 to 39.
Then the Cavs take it inside going to Schuye LaRue who scores the basket cutting the lead to three points.
But Tennessee put together a run midway through the second half Tameki Catchings pulls up and hits tthe jumper and the lead was 49 to 44.
[SUPER=33-Tennessee/77/Virginia/56/;]


Tennessee's Semekia Randall than hits the jumper and the lead was 9 and Tenneessee wins it 77 to 56.
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[S-Purdue]


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Wisconsin is going to the N-C-Double-A four for the first time in 59 years. Jon Bryant scored 18 as the Badgers beat Purdue 64 to 60 in the West Regional.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Albuquerque, NM/CBS SPORTS; :]


The Badgers arriving for the big game.
Wisconsin would take a 4 point lead in the second half when Andy Kowske throws down the jam making it 36 to 34 Badgers.
But the Boilermakers come right back as Jason Cardinal steps back and hits the jumper off the glass to make it 49 to 48 Purdue.
[SUPER=33-Wisconsin/64/Purdue/60/;]


The Badgers would then put it away late in the second half Roy Boone with the hoop and Wisconsin wins it 64 to 60.

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Wisconsin will play Michigan State in the final four. The Spartans come from behind again this time beating Iowa Statte 75 to 64 in the Midwest Regional.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Auburn Hills, MI/CBS SPORTS; :]


Iowa State trailed at the half by 3.
But when Marcus Fizer scored off the glass drawing the foul the Hawk-Eyes would lead the game by a score of 61 to 55.
Then the Spartans rallied. Charlie Bell pulls up and hits the three pointer to make it 62 to 61 Michigan State with just over 2-minutes left.
[SUPER=33-Michigan St./75/Iowa State/64/;]


Michigan State would ice the win Mateen Cleaves throws the alley oop to Andre Hutson for the Jam and the Spartans advance with the 75 to 64 win.
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[S-Four]


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The other two teams in the final four will be decided tomorrow afternoon. One match up has the Tar Heels of North Carolina taking on the Tulsa Hurricane.
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[IN Q="I think...]
[SUPER=01-Ed Cota/North Carolina Guard; :00]
[SUPER=01-Greg Harrington/Tulsa Guard; :13]

((ED COTA/NORTH CAROLINA GUARD: I THINK EVERY TEAM OUT OF THE 64 TEAMS THATT MAKE THE TOURNAMENT I THINK HAS A CHANCE TO MAKE IT TO THE FINAL FOUR AND WIN THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. WE FELT WE HAD THAT ALL YEAR LONG AND WE'RE JUST MAKING THE BEST OF IT.)) ((GREG HARRINGTON/TULSA GUARD: WE FEEL AS IF WE CAN PLAY WITH ANY TEAM IN AMERICA AND RIGHT NOW WE'RE PROVING THAT TO EVERYBODY AND HOPEFULLY WE CAN GO OUT THERE AND PLAY OUR HARDEST AGAIN COME SUNDAY AND DO OUR BEST.))
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[OUT Q=.....do our best."]
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[PINNACLE BOARD]
Carolina and Tulsa will begin the action on your Hometown Station at 2:40 followed by the Florida and Oklahoma State game at about 5.


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[SUPER=03-Louisville, KY/CBS SPORTS; :]


Metro State is the Division two champion.
Kane Oakley makes the steal and goes down the court for the jam and Metro took a 27 tot 14 lead.
Still in the first half State's Demarcos Anzures pulls up and hits this three pointer and the score was 46 to 24.


[SUPER=33-Metro St./97/Kentucky Wesleyan/79/;]


Kentucky Wesleyan comes back running the floor and getting it to Chris Thomas for the jam but Metro State wins it 97 to 79.
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[S-Scores]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Boston, MA/NESN; :]


In hockey, The Kings and Bruins skate to a 4 to 4 tie.
Los Angeles would get on the board in the first period as Luc Robitaille scores the goal to make it 1 to nothing Kings.
Still in the first Andre Savage is there for the rebound and score for the Bruins to tie it at 1 and the game ends in a 4 to 4 tie.
And here are tonight's scores.
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Sterling Marlin found out yesterday before qualifying that he would run the Busch race at Bristol.
And today, Marlin covers the field winning the Cheez-It 250.
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Cautions were the order of the the day at the Bull Ring in Bristol. the 10-th caution would come out when Jason Keller taps points leader Matt Kenseth in the rear sending the Visine Chevrolet into the wall.
Marlin got the jump on the restart and he holds on taking the checkered flag for his first Busch victory of the season.
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((STERLING MARLIN/CHEEZ IT 250 WINNER: LIKE I SAID DIDN'T EVEN KNOW I WAS GOING TO RUN GIT IN THE CAR AND QUALIFIED AND I TOLD EM I HAD A GOOD RACE CAR YESTERDAY EVENING AND DIDN'T RUN MUCH. ITS THE SAME CAR U-T CAR WE HAD LAST YEAR JUST A DIFFERENT PAINT JOB WITH CHANNEL LOCK ON IT. IT KIND OF OWED US ONE FROM LAST YEAR SO WE'RE GLAD TO GET IT.))
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Jeff Green finished second followed by Todd Bodine, Kenny Wallace and Randy LaJoie.

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The Winston Cup field is all set for tomorrow's Food City 500 at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
Dave Blaney led second round qualifying today with a speed of 124-point-597 miles per hour for the 26-th starting position. Stacy Compton will start 29-th.
And here's how the final 18 cars qualified.
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[SUPER=0107-26. Dave Blaney/124.597/27. Ricky Rudd//28. Sterling Marlin//29. Stacy Compton//30. Jimmy Spencer//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Chad Little//32. John Andretti//33. Johnny Benson//34. Mark Martin//35. Kyle Petty//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Ted Musgrave//37. Bill Elliott//38. Kevin Lepage//39. Kenny Irwin//40. Robby Gordon//;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Rick Mast//42. Wally Dallenbach//43. Jeff Fuller//;]
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Tomorrow on News7 Sunday morning ...
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meet a Roanoke County dollmaker who helps sick children heal.
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((CHILDREN CAN DRAW THE FACES. IF CHILDREN HAVE SURGERY DOCTORS AND NURSES CAN WORK WITH THEM AND DRAW WHERE THE INCISIONS WILL BE.))
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This little girl is being treated for cancer and she shares how the dolls help her recover.
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More on this story tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning beginning at 8.




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