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Coming up on News 7-
Principals may be moving around in one local school district- but some parents are angry.
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The latest on possible plans for a new church at a busy Route 220 intersection-
And the murder happened on Bad Luck Lane- today the trial began-
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 is next.

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[SOT 1:36:41]
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((Y'ALL HAVE TOOK AWAY FROM THE CHILDREN. HOW WOULD EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU LIKE TO HAVE YOUR FATHER TAKEN AWAY FROM YOUR HOME?))
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[OUT Q=from your home?]
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[VO-NAT]


Outraged parents speak out in Lynchburg tonight against a plan to reassign four popular elementary school principals.
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[Principals]


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Parents and children alike begged, pleaded even shouted their displeasure about the staff realignment, but they still don't know whether their voices were heard.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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[SUPER=01-Kate Martin/DESI Student; :17 (quick!)]
[SUPER=01-James Bonner/Parent; :46]
[SUPER=01-Lysa Slay/DESI PTO President; :58]
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(( Few things can make children come to school during summer vacation, but the prospect of losing their principal drew more than a hundred students and their parents to Dearington Elementary.
Even the smallest got up on their soapbox-- or in this case, a milk crate-- to make one common point.
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((KATE MARTIN/DESI STUDENT: WE ALL REALLY LOVE MR. PING AND DON'T WANT TO LOSE HIM.))
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Mr. Ping is Jimmy Ping.. Dearington's principal for the last six years.
Last week, administrators decided to shift Ping and principals at Kizer, Linkhorne and Perrymont Elementary schools.
The move has parents outraged.. Ping is revered at Dearington as an innovator who's made a special connection with each of his students.
When news of his reassignment spread, parents had trouble explaining the move to their children.
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((JAMES BONNER/PARENT: HE'S ASKING ME.. NEED IT FROM YOU.))
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[SOT 1:16:37]

((LYSA SLAY/PARENT: WE DID NOT ASK.. .. BE RECONSIDERED.))
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But they'll have to wait for the answer.
The school board will decide next week whether to reverse their decision to shift the principals or stick with the original plan .
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

[County-Supers]


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No decision tonight on Evangel Foursquare church's plan to build a new church and day care center at the intersection of Route 220 and Indian Grave Road.
[Double Boxes=Jean and Jen/Newsroom]


Jennifer Miele was at the supervisors meeting with the latest.
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Jean, the planning commission recommended that the supervisors approve the church's proposal.
But the Supervisors put off a decision until their meeting on July 25.
They say they just don't know enough about the improvements that must be made to the site before construction begins.
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[SUPER=01-Randy Kingery/Evangel Foursquare Church; :22]
[SUPER=01-Michelle Berry/County Resident; :58]
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[OUT Q=big disappointment.]

(( County supervisors and residents are still concerned about an increase in traffic; water, sewage and drainage expenses; and what would happen to the land that wasn't being used for the church complex.
But Foursquare representatives say they don't want to spend any more money on plans for the church if a special use permit isn't guaranteed.
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[IN Q=Why should Foursquare]

((WHY SHOULD FOURSQUARE EVANGIL CHURCH HAVE TO PAY ALL THE BILLS? WHY DOESN'T V-DOT? THEY ARE BEHIND ON TIME, WHY DON'T THEY GO AHEAD AND MAKE IMPROVEMENTS? WE'RE WILLING TO DO OUR PART, WE'RE WILLING TO PAY OUR SHARE. ALSO, ROANOKE COUNTY NEEDS TO DO THEIR SHARE.)) [RUNS:15]
[OUT Q=do their share.]


Supervisors agreed that the church should not be solely burdened with research expenses. They opted to assign the project to a joint committee comprised of county engineers and church officials.
But dozens of residents who live near the proposed site say they are disappointed with the delay.
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((I WANTED SOMETHING TO BE DONE, A DECISION TO BE MADE TONIGHT. WE'RE ALL TIRED OF WAITING AND WE WANTED A DECISION AND DIDN'T GET IT. THE POSTPONEMENT WAS A BIG DISAPPOINTMENT.)) [RUNS:11]
[OUT Q=big disappointment]))
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[Live=Jennifer Full/Newsroom]


The church bought almost 43 acres of land and may buy even more, though officials plan to use only about 10 for the new complex.
Regardless, County Supervisors estimate it'll cost at least a half million dollars for road and sewage construction, and that's without improvements.
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Jean, the county and church representatives hope to have a more exact estimate for the board in 30 days.

[Henry-Supers]


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Henry County supervisors were busy tonight.
They appointed Doctor Calvin Rains to fill the Collinsville seat on the board.
Rains will finish the term of the late Jack Dalton.
The board also approved a 97-million dollar budget that will not raise taxes.

[Broughman]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A Botetourt County man is on trial for the second killing to happen on Bad Luck Lane, and both were within his family.

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Roger (Bruff-man) Broughman admits he shot his brother Rocky six times after pulling into Rocky's driveway and waiting for him to come out.
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;]

Roger says it was self-defense because Rocky had a gun in his back pocket.
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((I DON'T WANT NOBODY BEING HURT. I DIDN'T WANT NOBODY BEING HURT TO START WITH, BUT THE WAY THINGS HAVE BEEN WITH HIM HERE IN THE LAST WEEK OR SO, IT JUST, I WENT UP THERE TO SEE WHAT HIS PROBLEM WAS AND HE RUN OUT THERE AND RUN HIS MOUTH. IT, I HAD TO DO IT. I, I'M SORRY.))
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[VO-NAT]

The trial continues tomorrow. The dead man, Rocky, was known to be dangerous. He killed their father 22 years ago in this same house and wounded Roger, who was just a teenager at the time.
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[Pitts-Murder]


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An autopsy report concludes that a prominent Pittsylvania County man died of 5 gunshot wounds.
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44 year old David Whitehead Hutcherson is charged with killing 60 year old John Whitehead Motley.
The victim is well known in the tobacco industry in Danville and Pittsylvania County.
He is the co-owner of Motley's Warehouse in Danville.
[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co.]


Authorities found Motley on his property yesterday afternoon shot in the chest.
Hutcherson appeared in court today for his arraignment.
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[SOT 5:26:22]
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((MAJ. GARY GOODSON/PITTSYLVANIA CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: THE INVESTIGATION IS ONGOING WE STILL DON'T HAVE A MOTIVE AS TO WHY THE SHOOTING OCCURRED.))
[SUPER=01-Maj. Gary Goodson/PIttsylvania Co. Sheriff's Dept.; :00]
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This is Pittsylvania County's first murder of the year.
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[Wolfe]


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A Wytheville man who plead guilty to beating another man to death will spend the next 28 years in prison for it.


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23-year-old Jason Wolfe was arrested in August for the first-degree murder of 24-year-old Michael Alderman.
Police say Wolfe caught Alderman in bed with his then-girlfriend and killed him with several blows to the head.
Wolfe married the woman while he was in jail.
In court today, he told the judge that, despite the prison sentence, his marriage is strong.
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[L'Burg-Council]


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Lynchburg city council wants to hear more from the Justice Department before it weighs in on the controversy over moving the city's voter registrar out of City Hall.
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The electoral board had voted to move the registrar to the Department of Motor Vehicles because that's where most of its new voters are registered.
But some say moving the office out of the inner city will make it harder for minorities to sign up to vote.
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[SOT 00:24:45]
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((BERT DODSON/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: ANOTHER CONSIDERATION IS HAVING GOVERNMENT SERVICES MOVE OUT OF DOWNTOWN, AS SAID BY PREVIOUS SPEAKERS, SENDS A BAD MESSAGE IN MY MIND THAT PEOPLE ARE LEAVING DOWNTOWN RATHER THAN PEOPLE COMING TO DOWNTOWN.))
[SUPER=01-Bert Dodson/Lynchburg Council Member]
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Council voted tonight to hold off on a resolution opposing the move until the Justice Department decides if the plan is legal.
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[Sprint-MCI]
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World Com and Sprint want to merge, but the justice department says not so fast.
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[Super=04-File Tape;]


It filed suit today to block the proposed 129 billion dollar deal- saying the merger would reduce competition and lead to higher prices for consumers.
WorldCom responded- saying it would review its options with Sprint.
WorldCom and Sprint are responsible for 30 percent of International long-distance service and 37 percent of International private lines between the U-S and more than 50 foreign countries.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
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Elian Gonzalez is just hours away from returning to Cuba-- unless the Supreme Court steps in.
We'll have the latest next on News 7.
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[VO-NAT]


And Senate candidate George Allen makes a campaign lunch break in Roanoke.
Find out what he had to say.
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[sports-preview]


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((HI THIS IS DENISE ALLEN IN THE NEWS 7 SPORTS DEPARTMENT: GEORGE LYNCH AND ROANOKE ARE SHINING SOME LIGHT ON THE BASKETBALL CAREERS OF AREA YOUTHS, THE AVALANCHE TAKES ANOTHER SWING AT MYRTLE BEACH, WHEN SHOULD YOUR CHILD START PLAYING FOOTBALL, AREA COACHES SPEAK OUT AND ROY STANLEY TAKES AIM LATER IN SPORTS.))

[Cuba-Boy]


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The clock is ticking toward the final chapter in the Elian Gonzalez story-
Tomorrow afternoon the boy and his father may be clear to head back to Cuba- unless the Supreme Court steps in.


Bobbi Harley has more.
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[SUPER=01-Kendall Coffey/Miami Relative's Attorney; 24]
[SUPER=01-Jose Pertierra/Immigration Attorney; 47]
[SUPER=01-Bobbi Harley/Reporting; 55]
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[OUT Q=CBS News, Washington.]

((ITS A DAY OF WAITING -- FOR ELIAN GONZALEZS FATHER, ITS WAITING FOR WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WHEN HE CAN TAKE HIS SON BACK TO CUBA ... FOR ELIAN'S MIAMI RELATIVES, ITS WAITING FOR A DECISION THAT MIGHT KEEP HIM HERE. NOW ITS IN THE HANDS OF THE SUPREME COURT - ATTORNEYS FOR THE BOYS RELATIVES MADE AN 11TH HOUR APPEAL ASKING ELIAN BE GIVEN AN ASYLUM HEARING. Kendall COFFEY/MIAMI RELATIVES ATTORNEY - THERE IS NOTHING ELSE AT THIS MOMENT THAT COULD PREVENT ELIAN'S VERY PROMPT REMOVAL FROM THIS COUNTRY. UP TO THIS POINT, THE COURTS HAVE SIDED WITH THE GOVERNMENT -- THAT A SIX-YEAR-OLD CANNOT APPLY FOR POLITICAL ASYLUM OVER THE OBJECTIONS OF HIS SURVIVING PARENT -- RULINGS SOME LEGAL EXPERTS DONT EXPECT THE SUPREME COURT TO QUESTION. JOSE PERTIERRA/IMMIGRATIONS ATTORNEY : The law is so clear that only a father can speak for his boy and that a great uncle, or a second cousin, or political organizations cannot trump parental rights. THE ATTORNEYS FOR THE MIAMI RELATIVES HAVE OUTLINED AN EXPEDITED SCHEDULE FOR THE COURT TO ACT BY JULY 10TH - THATS IF ELIANS ORDERED TO STAY HERE - IF NOT, THE LITTLE BOY COULD BE BACK IN CUBA AS EARLY AS WEDNESDAY NIGHT. BH, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))


[Danville-Drugs]


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Nearly 20 suspects land in jail in Danville after a five month undercover drug investigation.
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That's half of the 40 people charged with drug violations in this operation.
Police officers busted 19 of them for possession and distribution of cocaine, marijuana and imitation crack cocaine this morning.
Investigators say they are confident they will catch the rest.
They say the suspects are mainly street dealers.
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[SOT 5:40:38]
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((NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: IT'S VERY IMPORTANT TO CATCH THE STREETLEVEL. IF YOU TAKE THEM OFF THE STREETS, THE WHOLESALERS AND PEOPLE UP THE LINE DON'T HAVE ANYONE TO GO OUT AND DO THE SALES.))
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[OUT Q=do the sales.]
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[VO-NAT]


More arrests are expected.
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[Allen]


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Republican George Allen battled the heat today as he stumped for votes in downtown Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=203-Roanoke;]


The U-S Senate candidate spent his lunch break greeting voters and answering questions at the city market.
When asked about the ongoing debate over a persons' right to sue their H-M-O... Allen said he favors the use of an Independent Review Panel made up of health care professionals.
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((GEORGE ALLEN/R-US SENATE CANDIDATE: : AFTER THAT IF THEY STILL DISAGREE, IF THE PANEL SAYS YOU OUGHT TO COVER AND THE HMO STILL SAYS NO THEN AFTER THAT, THAT'S WHEN IN THE LAWSUIT SHOULD OCCUR BUT NOT STRAIGHT LITIGATION IN COURT.))
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Allen's opponent, Chuck Robb, also favors an independent review panel.

[Holland-Seat]


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The special election for the 15th senatorial district has been set.
Governor Jim Gilmore's set the election to fill the seat of the late Richard Holland for November 7th.
That's the day Virginians pick a President, a U-S Senator, and a congressional representative anyway.
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[TAKE MAP FULL]
The 15th district includes Charlotte County and Appamattox on its western edge.
Several candidates have already announced.
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[Plane-landing]


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A plane landed on Lee Highway south of Lexington today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.]


The pilot said the engine was starved for fuel by "vapor lock."
Steve Settle considered putting the experimental aircraft down on the Interstate, but decided Route 11 would be safer.
He did it without damaging the plane or himself- -to the amazement of local residents.
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[SOT 10:57:12]
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((WE'D JUST GOTTEN IN THE DOOR AND WE TURNED AROUND, AND THERE WAS THIS PLANE TAXIING DOWN THE ROAD.))
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Settle wouldn't talk about it on camera... and would nott talk with free- lance photographer Sara Robinson either.
She took these pictures.
Settle had take the plane apart to get it home, after State Police refused to let him use Lee Highway as a runway again.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
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A stream of new road-rules take effect this weekend.
Find out how they might change the way you drive.
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[VO-NAT]


But they might not be enough to keep you safe from some drivers-- drivers triple-A says cause half of all accidents.
Find out who they are, next.
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[Distracted-Drivers]


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Keep you eyes on the road- and your hands on the wheel.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC]


That's the warning from two safety groups that says half of all accidents are the result of drivers not paying attention.
Drivers are doing everything from reading and talking on the phone to putting on makeup in the car.
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[SOT 15:27:30]
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((IF WE ARE EATING DRINKING WRITING OR TALKING BEHIND THE WHEEL, WHO'S DRIVING.))
[SUPER=01-Kathy Lusby-Trevor/Employers for Traffic Safety;]
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[OUT Q=who's driving?]
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[VO-NAT]


Today Triple A and the Employers for Trafic Safety kicked off a campaign to educate drivers about the danger of NOT paying attention while on the road.
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[DMV-Laws]


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Just when you thought there were enough rules... several new laws take effect this weekend.
The ones you need to know first are the rules of the road.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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(( July first, this will be illegal.
After years of debate, two vetoes from George Allen, and some accident horror stories, kids under age 16 are NO longer allowed in the beds of pickup trucks.
Adults learning to drive can only take the license test three times in three months... and must either go to driving school or hold a learners permit for 30 days.
First time drunk drivers with blood alcohol levels of point-2-0 or higher will spend at least five days in jail... mandatory.
After all, that's more than twice the legal limit.
For subsequent D-U-I convictions, the penalties are also increased.
Voter registrars are now allowed to set up in D-M-V offices to get you to fill out absentee ballots.
And finally, don't get too cute with your license plate.
Holders, covers, and tow hitches must NOT obscure the readability of your license plate.
It's the law July first.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

[S-Extra]


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Coming up, George Lynch is lighting up one Roanoke park, Wimbledon highlights and Roy Stanley is hitting the mark at the Homestead.
First our extra point.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=75-MLB/1988 World Series;]


The Los Angeles Dodgers have waived 1988 Cy Young Award winner Orel Hershiser.
Hershiser threw a major league record 59 consecutive scoreless innings and had a 23-and-8 record in '88.
The former World Series M-V-P has an E-R-A of over 13 this year. The 41-year-old pitcher says he'll take a few days to think about his future.
Now here are the boards.
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[S-Light]


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NBA star George Lynch and the city have teamed up to light the basketball courts at Hurt Park.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


Yesterday evening George, residents and city officials broke ground for the new lights that will give aspiring stars an opportunity to play longer.
George says the city is dedicating the lights in his name as a thank you for the work he's done in the community.
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[S-Football]


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You may recognize the staff at the All-Stars Clinics football camp as former players and current coaches from Friday Football Extra schools.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

Yesterday the clinic welcomed 150 campers ages nine through 11. Monday, six, seven and eight year olds got their first taste of football. The camp is designed to introduce kids to the game, but when is the best age to start playing football in a team setting in full pads?
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[SUPER=01-Brad Bradley/William Campbell Head Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Ben Foutz/Cave Spring Head Coach; :22]
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[OUT Q=...SPORTS OF FOOTBALL."]
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[VO-NAT con't]

Jim Hickam has been coaching in the high school ranks for 37 years, 26 of those at Northside. He thinks the older the better.
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[IN Q=you know]

((JIM HICKAM/NORTHSIDE HEAD COACH:))
[SUPER=01-Jim Hickam/Northside Head Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=...skills and techniques."]
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[S-Avs]


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The Avalanche pulled one out at home tonight against Myrtle Beach. Payback for Monday night's 10 to two defeat at the wings of the Pelicans.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Pelicans vs. Avalanche;]


The game went on despite the intermittent showers, but the fans came prepared.
And so did the Salem defense. Catcher Josh Bard tags the runner out at the plate then makes the throw to second. The runner is tagged out to end the inning.
[super=37-Myrtle Beach/0/Salem/1;]


Bard again makes the play, this hit to left field in the bottom of the fourth scores the winning run as Salem goes on to beat Myrtle Beach one to nothing.
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[S-Shooting]


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While the Avalanche is taking aim at the division leaders Roy Stanley was trying to hit the mark at the Homestead shooting range. Resort shooting pro David Judah gave him a few pointers.
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((When it comes to shooting clays, Judah is known as the best instructor on the East Coast.
And Judah is quick to point out that sporting clays is not the same thing as shooting skeet.)) ((DAVID JUDAH/HOMESTEAD SHOOTING PRO)) ((Since 1985 clay shooting has become one of the fastest growing sports in the United States.
Judah has been the head pro at the Homestead since 1991 in that time he's coached one athlete that's one a national title.
While we all have some athletic ability, Judah says anyone can shoot clays and shoot them well.)) ((JUDAH)) ((ROY STANLEY)) ((JUDAH)) ((The shotgunners and golfers will compete at the Homesteads world renowned course August 24-th through the 27-th.
Roy Stanley News 7 sports.))
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The second day of Wimbledon was an unlucky one for one of the men's favorites. Australia's Lleyton Hewitt, the seventh seed was knocked out by American Jan Michael Campbell in straight sets.
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Second seeded Andre Agassi also lost his first set today, but rallied to beat fellow American Taylor Dent. Agassi won the match after Dent retired in the fourth set with an injury.
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Defending champ Lindsey Davenport won on the women's side along with Mary Pierce and Monica Seles.