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[SUPER=@Andrew1;]

Coming up ...... 19 Marines are dead after their plane crashed while practicing evacuation maneuvers overnight.
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The Danville Pastor accused of sexually assaulting a child turns in his resignation. We'll have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello][Military-Crash]


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The Marine Corps is just beginning the investigation into what caused a training exercise to turn deadly.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Marana, AZ;]


19 marines were killed when a tilt-rotor Osprey aircraft crashed in a ball of fire at an airport near Tucson, Arizona, yesterday.
The marines were practicing evacuation techniques. There were no survivors.
The MV-22 tilt-rotor Osprey is a new part of the Marine arsenal.
It can fly like a plane, but take off and land like a helicopter.
It was just introduced last September.
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[Robbery]


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Martinsville authorities are looking for the masked suspect who reportedly robbed a man overnight.
Authorities say the victim is a pizza delivery driver who was making a deposit at the B-B-and-T Bank on Church Street.
A man who reportedly had a handgun, but did not point it at the victim, demanded the cash then fled.
The suspect was wearing a black coat and black pants.
No one was injured.



[Danville-Pastor]


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A Danville pastor has resigned amid allegations he sexually assaulted a child.
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[VO-NAT]


James Preston Tyndall (TIN-dall) had been the pastor of Stokesland Baptist Church for a few months, but he resigned Friday.
Tyndall's accused of taking indecent liberties with a North Carolina girl in 1994 and 1995 when she was 8 years old.
[SUPER=03-Danville]


Church Deacon Bruce Hutcheson says Tyndall admitted his conduct with the girl was inappropriate.
Tyndall is free on bail.
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[Shooting]


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A Halifax County Sheriff's deputy shot and killed a robbery suspect yesterday morning.
Authorities say 36 year old Steven M. Shelton of Lenoir, North Carolina, robbed a home on Cherry Hill Church Road around 6-30.
He fled the scene but later returned and allegedly pulled a knife on Sergeant Todd Moser.
According to investigators-- the two got into a scuffle and Sergeant Moser shot Shelton once in the chest.
Shelton was shot a second time after investigators say he got into the deputy's car and dragged Sergeant Moser approximately 50- feet.
Shelton died at the scene.




[Cuban-Boy]


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Juan Miguel Gonzalez is scheduled to meet with mental health experts today to make sure the transfer of his son, Elian, goes smoothly.
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But he apparently did not want to meet with the fishermen who saved his son's life on Thanksgiving Day.
Gonzalez responded through his lawyer he will meet with the fisherman to simply to say thank you.
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[VO-NAT]

The Justice Department has asked Elian's Miami relatives to meet with the mental health experts tomorrow.
The six year old has been living with them since his mother died when their boat sank as they were fleeing Cuba for the United States.
Elian could be returned to his father in the upcoming week.
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[Robb-Education]


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Democratic Senator Chuck Robb has some words for former Governor and Republican opponent George Allen regarding his recent education proposal.
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[SUPER=203-Richmond/April 7]


Robb says Allen's recent announcement of a 345-Billion dollar education proposal is a mere election-year conversion.
Yesterday Robb spoke before the Virginia Education Association and ripped Allen's education record.
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Robb also criticized the Standards of Learning tests... saying they force teachers to teach the test.
The SOLs were a centerpiece of Allen's record as governor.
An Allen spokesman is calling Robb's comments as ludicrous.



[Trailer-Theft]


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Someone ripped off a trailer filled with 75 to 100-thousand dollars worth of furniture in Henry County.
The trailer is described as white with Pulaski Furniture written in green letters on the side.
Officials believe someone forced a security fence open sometime Thursday night or early Friday morning and drove off.
The truck reportedly contained furniture products likes clocks, curios, and consoles.
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[take full screen pinnacle] If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of the trailer you can call the Henry County Sheriff's Office at 540-638-8751.
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[Tease#1]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
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[both mics HOT]
Still ahead, one accident leads to another on Interstate 81 overnight.
State police say bad weather's to blame.
[anchor=Andrew]


And... in this week's Virginia Newsreel -
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[vo-nat]
Governor Gilmore chooses an important anniversary on which to give Doctor Martin Luther King his own separate holiday in the Commonwealth.
A look back, when we return.
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[Health-Check]


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It's the number one killer of American women: heart disease. In this week's Health Check - nurse Kris Eisenhauer has an eye-opening report on the signs, the symptoms, and the tips for taking care of your heart.
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Next year- -for the first time- - Virginia will honor Martin Luther King, Junior, with a holiday of his own.
For years the civil rights leader was lumped in with Confederate generals on the holiday honoring him.
Governor Gilmore signed the bill- -making the holiday change- -last week... on the anniversary of King's assassination.
Keith Humphry takes a look back... in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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[In-Q]
[super=21-Martin Luther King, Jr.; :06]
[super=21-Washington DC/August 28, 1963; :26]
[super=21-Birmingham, AL/File Tape; :52]
[super=21-Danville/June 1963; 1:01]
[super=21-Memphis, TN/April 4, 1968; 1:50]
[super=21-/File Tape; 2:03]
[super=21-Doug Wilder/Former Governor; 2:32]
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(( [vo of King speaking at March on Washington, tape 92-111 around Time Code 2:00] He had a way with words - and a way with people.
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((I AM HAPPY TO JOIN WITH YOU TODAY... WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY AS THE GREATEST DEMONSTRATION FOR FREEDOM IN THE HISTORY OF OUR NATION. NATS APPLAUSE.))
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[Out-Q=of our nation. NATS APPLAUSE]

[VO WITH NO AUDIO ON TAPE 92-111 TC 48:42] And at the historic March on Washington in 1963, Martin Luther King Junior told the crowd of his vision for the future.
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[IN-Q=I have a dream]
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[out-q=have a dream today - NATS APPLAUSE]

[VO OF MARCHERS WITH NO AUDIO ON TAPE 92-111 TC 29:00 OR 31:21]
Doctor King applied Mahatma Gandhi's methods of civil disobedience to the American South in hopes of ending segregation, and promoting justice and equality for black people. [VO of Danville protests Tape A26 20:28] Danville was among the communities to follow his example.
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[footage of Dr. King speaking in Danville, tape A26 TC 17:44]
Dr. King heard about Southside's civil unrest - and he responded with a visit.
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[IN Q=As long as]

((AS LONG AS THIS COMMUNITY HAS PROBLEMS AND AS LONG AS THE NEGRO IS NOT FREE IN DANVILLE, VIRGINIA, THE NEGRO IS NOT FREE ANYWHERE IN THE USA... I'M CONCERNED ABOUT THE INJUSTICE IN THIS COMMUNITY.))
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[VO FROM TAPE 92-111 TC 1:19:14]
In 1964 - King's ideas and the non-violent strategies he used to support them earned him the Nobel Peace Prize. [assassination scene VO - from King-Reel TC 1:26:01]
But on April 4th, 1968, his life came to an end outside a Memphis hotel.
Just four months ago- -a civil jury concluded King's assassination was the work of a conspiracy... NOT a lone gunman. [VO OF JAMES EARL RAY from King-Reel tape TC 1:28:20]
It's what assassin James Earl Ray had said for decades. [Same tape - TC 1:27:17]
Ray confessed to the crime, but later insisted he was set up- -and kept saying that until his death [Same tape - shot of Ray with MLK Jr's son TC 1:27:35] in April of 1998. Dr. King's family agreed. [funeral procession from King reel - 1:26:47]
32 years to the day after King's death - Governor Gilmore made it official: [VO of the News Release] Martin Luther King Day - NOT Lee-Jackson-King Day, would be celebrated every January in Virginia. [Wilder VO] [from 99-44, before bite at 2:03:49 begins]
One former governor, who broke racial barriers himself, liked the idea.
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((I JUST WISH I WAS ABLE TO DO IT WHEN I WAS GOVERNOR. I DIDN'T HAVE THE RESOURCES.))
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[More VO of King speaking at march on Washington TAPE 92-111 around TC 2:00]
Gilmore said of the new holiday: "My goal in signing this legislation is to honor our history and strengthen our bonds so that we can move forward as a united Commonwealth."
That's Virginia Newsreel. I'm Keith Humphry.))



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The Oilers and Alexander Selivanov spoiled Grant Fuhr's final NHL game.
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[VO-NAT]
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Fuhr who said he would retire at the end of the season replaced Fred Brathwaite at the start of the third period.
The Flames then battled back from a three-one deficit to tie it on this goal by Andrei Nazarov.
But Alexander Selivanov gives the lead back to Edmonton with his second of three goals on the night and the Oilers beat Calgary six to three.
[super=03-Providence, RI/NCAA-ESPN;]


In Providence, Rhode Island, the Fight Sioux got on the board first in the NC-Double-A Championship as Mike Commador scores for North Dakota.
The game was a nailbiter for NFL quarterback Doug Flutie who was on hand to cheer his alma matre.
Boston College went on the offensive to score on the power play and tie it at one in the first. And it's difficult to see this one go by Karl Goehring.
It's a good thing the refs have 20-20, as Goehring can't get the stick on this one in time to save it.
But Jason Ulmer gets the game winner for the Souix and North Dakota captures its seventh national title beating Boston College four to two.
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[VO-NAT]
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... Evacuation training turns deadly for 19 Marines .
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Two people are in the hospital this morning after they crashed on an icy bridge on I-81. We'll have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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State police say black ice is to blame for two related crashes on I-81 overnight.
In the first accident - around 2-30 - a pickup truck lost control on the bridge over Rhiner Road in Montgomery County, near mile marker 114.
The driver wasn't seriously injured.
But then an oncoming car lost control in the same area - and slammed into the wrecker hauling off the pickup.
There were four people in that car.
18 year-old Jessica Underwood of Draper is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.
Daniel McGlothlin is in serious condition.
Both are at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The driver and another passenger escaped serious injury.

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19 marines were killed when a tilt-rotor Osprey aircraft crashed in a ball of fire at an airport near Tucson yesterday.
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The Marine Corps is just beginning the investigation into what caused a training exercise to turn deadly.
The marines were practicing evacuation techniques. There were no survivors.
The MV-22 tilt-rotor Osprey is a new part of the Marine arsenal.
It can fly like a plane, but takes off and lands like a helicopter.
It was just introduced last September.
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[Marine-Conviction]


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The sentencing hearing will continue today for a Marine captain convicted in the heatstroke death of a reservist.


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[VO-NAT]


A court martial at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, found Captain Victor Arana (uh-Rah'-nuh) guilty of dereliction of duty and failure to obey an order.
Arana was charged in the death of Lance Corporal Giuseppe Leto (LEHT'-oh).
Leto died after a grueling hike on July seventh.
Arana faces up to nine months in prison and dismissal from the Marines.
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[11Death-Penalty]


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A moratorium on the death penalty would find support with Virginia Beach televangelist Pat Robertson.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=@File;]


Robertson says the death penalty has been shown to discriminate against minorities and the poor.
He also points out that people have been wrongly convicted of capital crimes.
Robertson was one of Governor Jim Gilmore's biggest campaign contributors.
Gilmore has declined to seek a moratorium on executions in Virginia.
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[TALENT=Denise]
[SS=HOLD]


The A-C-L-U released a report this weekend alleging injustices in Virginia death penalty cases... and says that the Virginia Supreme Court has reversed fewer death sentences than any other state supreme court.
State Attorney General Mark Earley calls the report biased.

[11Census-Return]


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Virginia's getting a good grade when it comes to returning U-S Census forms.
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[VO-NAT 00-01 1:15:54]
[SUPER=04-File Tape]


So far, Virginians have returned 63 percent of the forms.
That's four percent higher than the national average.
Officials say states with poor response rates could be hurt financially if their populations are undercounted.
The federal government uses census figures to allocate federal funds.
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[11D-Day-Memorial]


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Some volunteers spent their Saturday making sure there's a scenic view for future visitors to the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford]


More than 200 trees were donated and planted yesterday by the Bell Atlantic Pioneers.
The volunteer group is comprised of current Bell Atlantic employees and retirees, from the Roanoke and Lynchburg Councils.
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((DEANA STONER/BELL ATLANTIC PIONEERS: WE'RE HOPING THAT WHEN PEOPLE FIRST DRIVE INTO THE MONUMENT THAT INSTEAD OF SEEING A BACKGROUND OF FACTORIES AND SCHOOLS THEY'LL HAVE SOME NICE SCENERY. THESE TREE WILL BLOOM, THEIR DOG WOOD, RED WOOD AND RED MAPLE))
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[VO-NAT]


20 volunteers helped out.
The memorial is scheduled to open next year.
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[60-Minutes]


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Is the American Farm Bureau fighting for the little man?
The Bureau says its mission is to help the small family farmer.
But many of those farmers say the Bureau's now spending so much time helping big corporations... that the small farmer's pleas for help are falling on deaf ears.
Mike Wallace looks for answers in tonight's "60 Minutes."
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[IN Q=Times are hard]

((NAT SOUNDBITE: TIMES ARE HARD IN FARM COUNTRY. IN TIMES LIKE THIS WE FARMERS LOOK TO THE FARM BUREAU FOR ANSWERS.)) ((MIKE WALLACE AUDIO: WELL NOT EXACTLY. FAMILY FARMERS ARE STRUGGLING TODAY TO MAKE ENDS MEET AND THEY'VE TOLD US THE FARM BUREAU THEY'VE ALWAYS DEPENDED ON TO FIGHT THEIR BATTLES IS TOO BUSY NOW HELPING THE BIG CORPORATE FARMERS - AGRIBUSINESS - TO WORRY ABOUT THEM.))
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That story and more on 60 Minutes tonight at seven here on your Hometown Station.

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Still to come on News 7.......
In sports, Dale Jarrett gives us insight on how he hopes to do later today in Martinsville.
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And animal welfare awareness is an issue in Blacksburg as activists speak out at Virginia Tech.
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[11Animal-Welfare]


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Pets and animals of all kinds were the topic of discussion as animal rights activists gathered for an expo in Blacksburg.
As Joy Sutton reports, this is the first time an event like this has been held in Southwest Virginia.
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[SUPER=01-Bob Christiansen/National Animal Rights Activist;20]
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((NAT SOUND SPEAK, SPEAK... DOG BARKS))
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Man's best friend -- is one of several animals facing overpopulation, abuse, neglect, and abandonment.
These were among the issues animal rights activists were talking about at the Animal Welfare Expo at Virginia Tech.

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[IN Q=The pet overpopulation]

((BOB CHRISTIANSEN/NATIONAL ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVIST: THE PET OVERPOPULATION IS A VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM. IN THE SENSE THAT 6 MILLION DOGS AND CATS LOSE THEIR LIVES EVERY YEAR. IT'S A SHAME BECAUSE MANY OF THESE PROBLEMS CAN BE EASILY SOLVED))
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((TERESA DOCKERY/VA FED. OF HUMANE SOCIETY: MY MESSAGE IN PARTICULAR IS WITH STRENGTHENING SHELTER POLICIES, LOCAL ORDINANCES AND STATE LAWS IN ORDER TO REDUCE CRUELTY, NEGLECT AND THE OVER POPULATION PROBLEM))
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Expo participants hope this event will bring animal welfare issues to the forefront -- by creating a working relationship between various animal groups and the community.
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[IN Q=What we would like to see]

((KATHY DAVIEDS/VA. PARTNERSHIP FOR ANIMAL WELFARE SUPPORT: WHAT WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE HAPPEN FROM THIS IS TO GENERATE A DIALOGUE IN THE COMMUNITY, INCREASE PUBLIC AWARENESS OF ANIMAL WELFARE ISSUES, ACTIVATE, MOTIVATE PEOPLE TO BECOME INVOLVED IN WELFARE PROGRAMS IN THE REGION))
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Many groups took this opportunity to highlight their programs and products.
Like this talking pet tag -- a product from Lost Paws -- an organization that searches for lost pets all over the country.
And this break-away safety collar designed by Chinook and Company -- designed to prevent strangulation.
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[SOT15:51:29]
[IN Q=The Franklin County]

((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: THE FRANKLIN CO. HUMANE SOCIETY IS JUST ONE THE ORGANIZATION WITH A BOOTH AT THE EXPO. THE SOCIETY IS OPENING A PLANNED PET HOOD CLINIC, A LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER FACILITY OPENING THIS JUNE IN BOONES MILL. IT WILL BE THE FIRST OF ITS KIND IN SW, VIRGINIA))
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And when it comes to animals -- many animal lovers say their pets are precious. They not only bring enjoyment into their lives but companionship as well.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Blacksburg.))


















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The reigning Winston Cup champion, Dale Jarrett hopes to find some balance for his see-saw like season later today in Martinsville. [GRAPHIC-DALE JARRETT] After seven events, Jarrett has a win and a second, but also two finishes outside of top 30. And he told Mike Stevens that Martinsville isn't traditionally the ideal place for Yates racing to excel.
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[Egg-Hunt]


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Easter is just a hop, skip and a jump away... but why should bunnies get to have all the fun?
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[VO-NAT 16:23:24]
[SUPER=03-Tulsa, OK]


Some pet owners in Oklahoma thought it was about time for the holiday to go to the dogs ... so they held an early Easter celebration for the canines.
The Easter bunny left plenty of pooch-preferred treats and "Top Dog" honors went to the dog who gathered the most eggs.
And all in all, it was a doggone good time.
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