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Coming up today on News 7 at 5, local police round up suspects in a large drug bust. We'll have the details.
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[VO-NAT]

also engine problems force a pilot to make an emergency landing on a Rockbridge County road.
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[Weather-Head]
[TALENT=Patrick]
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Showers and thunderstorms rumble through the region AGAIN this afternoon, dropping some heavy rain. We'll examine an active doppler radar coming up...

[Medical-Head]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
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Today in Sports, we'll hear from some experts on just how old a child should be before he can play football,
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[VO-NAT]

and on health Check, we'll see how a tiny little bug can cause some big problems.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]



[5-Danville-Drugs]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A five month undercover drug investigation leads to the arrest of nearly 20 people in Danville.
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[VO-NAT]
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police hope to catch up with at least 20 more.
40 people in all are charged with possessing and distributing cocaine-
Danville Police Chief Neal Morris says the arrest of half of those violators gives investigators confidence they'll catch up with the rest.
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((NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: WHEN WE DO AN INVESTIGATION IF WE MAKE AN ARREST RIGHT AWAY THAT'S USUALLY THE ONLY ARREST WE ARE GOING TO MAKE. BUT IF WE DO IT SECRETIVE AND WAIT UNTIL WE GET A GROUP OF THEM THEN WE MAKE A STATEMENT BY DOING THAT.))
[SUPER=01-Neal Morris/Danville Police Chief;]
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This is the largest county's largest drug arrest this year. The department conducts several undercover investigations a year.
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[5-Plane-landing]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A plane landed on Route 11 in Rockbridge County this morning.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.]


The experimental aircraft had taken off from Gordonsville and was headed for Tazewell County.
Pilot Steve Settle says the engine developed "vapor lock" and started to stall.
He considered landing on Interstate 81, but it was too congested.
He put the plane down on Route 11 within sight of the Lexington- area State Police office.
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[SOT 10:55:20]
[IN Q=He is lucky]

((HE IS LUCKY TO LAND ON ROUTE 11, AS HIGH AS TRAFFIC IS HERE.))
[SUPER=01-Pat Magner/Rockbridge Resident]
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[OUT Q=traffic is here.]
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[VO-NAT]


Settle was not hurt, but refused to talk on camera about his lucky landing.
He asked police to hold up traffic on Route 11 so he could take off again, but they would not.
Settle had to take the plane apart to get it home.
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[5-School-Bus]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Nineteen people were injured this morning when a school bus in Maryland crashed.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Landsdowne, MD;]


The bus was taking children to an aquarium when it was hit from behind.
The bus spun out of control and overturned. Then it was a chain reaction-
A car and a state police van carrying a convicted killer both apparently swerved to avoid the accident and drove off the highway.
A highway worker was struck as she stood on the roadside.
Three people were seriously hurt, and several others suffered minor cuts.
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[5-Distracted-Drivers]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Put down the cell phone and the hamburger- and concentrate on driving instead.
A new study says half of auto accidents are caused by drivers who are distracted by anything from a cup of coffee to a conversation.
Teri Okita takes us to the highway.
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[SUPER=01-Mark Edwards/Triple A;]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/CBS News;]
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(( WE'VE SEEN ON THEM ROADS BEFORE.. MAYBE WE'RE EVEN GUILTY OF IT OURSELVES. Oftentimes, I may be on the cellphone or looking at my daytimer, see what;s coming up for the day. Teri: do you put your makeup on? All the time. I have my makeup bag in the car. When the kids are yelling or the music's on too loud on the radio.
LIFE IN THE FAST LANE CAN MEAN LESS ATTENTION ON THE ROADS SO, A COALITION OF U-S TRAFFIC SAFETY GROUPS IS LAUNCHING AN AWARENESS CAMPAIGN. IT ESTIMATES UP TO HALF OF THE ROUGHLY SIX-MILLION CRASHES EACH YEAR ARE CAUSED BY DISTRACTED DRIVERS. MARK EDWARDS/AAA: Doing these things do not have benign consequences. They really do cause accidents. They cause a lot of them and our goal is to try to stop that.
IF YOU EAT, READ, TALK ON THE PHONE OR TO PASSENGERS EVEN THINK ABOUT WHAT YOU;RE GOING TO MAKE FOR DINNER THE COALITION SAYS YOU'RE NOT PAYING ATTENTION AND YOU BECOME A HAZARD ON THE ROAD. Teri Okita 85-PERCENT OF DRIVERS SURVEYED SAY THEY ARE ROUTINELY DISTRACTED IN SOME WAY OR ANOTHER. TRAFFIC EXPERTS HOPE THIS NEW SAFETY CAMPAIGN WILL STEER THOSE DRIVERS IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, LOS ANGELES.))

[5-DMV-Laws]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=500-21 1:48]
[GRAPHIC=Hold]


July first is NOT just the beginning of a new holiday weekend.
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It's also the day a fleet of new traffic laws take effect in Virginia.
Tougher drunk driving laws mean first time offenders with blood alcohol levels more than twice the legal limit will face a mandatory jail stay of at least five days.
A series of other tougher penalties for subsequent D-U-I offenses also take effect.
Adults applying for new drivers licenses have stricter hurdles to pass.
License plate holders cannot obscure the letters or numbers on your plate.
Neither can towing hitches or couplings.
And also, as of July first, children under the age of 16 are NO longer allowed to ride in the beds of pickup trucks on Virginia highways.
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Police in Pittsylvania County search for a motive in yesterday's murder of a tobacco warehouse owner. We'll have the details after the break,
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[VO-NAT]

also gas prices are on the way down, but there is a warning that more needs to be done before the winter.
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[5-Broughman]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A trial started today for a Botetourt County man who killed his brother --- two decades after the deceased brother

killed their father.
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[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;]

37-year-old Roger (Bruff-man) Broughman faces murder charges for shooting his brother Rocky six times last January.
[SUPER=04-January 29;]

Roger had pulled up to Rocky's house on Bad Luck Lane and pressed the horn.
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((I WENT UP THERE TO ASK WHAT THE PROBLEM WAS ABOUT THE HOUSE AND ALL. OKAY. AND HE STARTED RUNNING HIS MOUTH AND HE REACHED FOR HIS POCKET AND I SHOT HIM.))
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The trial continues tomorrow.
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[Anchor=Jean]
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Coming up on News7 at six, hear how strangely similar the crime scene was 22 years ago, when the victim in this case shot both his brother and their father.

[5-Pitts-Murder]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Investigators in Pittsylvania County man are trying to figure out why a man allegedly killed his uncle yesterday.

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They believe 44- year old David Whitehead Hutcherson shot and killed 60 year old John Whitehead Motley.
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Motley was a prominent figure in Southside, especially in the tobacco industry.
He was the Co-Owner of Motley's Warehouse in Danville.
[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co.]


Authorities found him yesterday afternoon with a gun shot wound to his chest.
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((MAJOR GARY GOODSON/PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT.: WE HAVE PROCESSED THE RESIDENCE FOR CRIME SCENE EVIDENCE. THE BODY WAS SENT TO ROANOKE FOR AN AUTOPSY. WE'D LIKE TO SEE THE RESULTS TONIGHT BUT IT COULD EVEN BE TOMORROW OR FURTHER.))
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Motley was found dead on his property where his nephew lives.
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[5-Gas-Prices]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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You may think gas prices are still too high, but there is some good news- they're starting to go down.
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[Vo-Nat]
[Super=04-File Tape;]


Energy Secretary Bill Richardson says gasoline is down three cents a gallon nationwide, and about seven cents a gallon in the Midwest.
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((BILL RICHARDSON/ENERGY SECRETARY: WE CAN'T YET CALL THIS A TREND BUT HEADING INTO THE FOURTH OF JULY, THIS IS GOOD NEWS.))
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Richardson blamed the high prices on product demand- saying demand is rising steadily.
Richardson defended the Clinton administrations energy policies to lawmakers on capitol hill-
But he urged Congress to act quickly so Americans in the Northeast don't run out of home heating oil next winter.
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[5-Scottie's-Place]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=mjo]
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A couple in Monroe County, West Virginia, has opened their home to homeless children in the area.
They've turned their farm into a wilderness retreat for the kids.
Marya Jones reports.
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[SUPER=01-Paul Winter/Scottie's Place; :53]
[SUPER=01-Shannon Stevenson/Camper; 1:17]
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(( Less than three weeks ago, 13-year-old Daniel Perry was spending another summer in inner-city Roanoke.
Now, he's enjoying the great outdoors.
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[SOT 26:13 - :15]

((DANIEL PERRY: IT'S FUN TO BE HERE. EXCITING.))
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Daniel and his older brother Shannon are two of the first teens to come to the area's only wilderness retreat for homeless children.
Paul Winter and his wife, Jo-El Wadsworth, moved here a year ago with the dream of turning their 315-acre farm into Scottie's Place.
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[SOT 2:07 - :20]

((JO-EL WADSWORTH: WE NAMED IT AFTER A BOY NAMED SCOTTIE WHO WE MET WHILE WE WERE CAMPING IN OCALA NATIONAL FOREST. HE WAS LIVING IN A VAN WITH HIS MOM AND DAD AND HIS BABY BROTHER. AND HE WAS REALLY THE FIRST CHILD WE REALLY MET WHO MADE US AWARE OF THE EXTENT OF HOMELESSNESS IN THIS COUNTRY. ))
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Scottie's Place opened just this summer.
It's a place where children from Boston down to Atlanta who've experienced homelessness can come to experience life on a farm ... and in the wilderness.
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[SOT 4:34 - :44]

((PAUL WINTER: IT'S A DRAMATIC CHANGE FROM THE CITY, FROM THE STREETS. EVERY TIME A CHILD CONFRONTS A NEW PROBLEM OR A NEW ISSUE IT'S A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR CHANGE FOR THAT CHILD.))
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Shannon and Daniel have spent the last two weeks learning some new things.
They've built and slept in wigwams and cared for chickens, goats and oxen on the farm.
Shannon's taught himself to play songs on the family's piano.
And Daniel wants to come back to be a counselor some day.
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[SOT 28:30 - :42]

((SHANNON STEVENSON: IT REALLY, LIKE, MAKES THE TIME GO FASTER. IT LOOKS LIKE 8:00 AND IT'S 12 OR SOMETHING, WHERE IF I WAS IN ROANOKE IF IT LOOKED LIKE 8:00, IT'D BE 8:00.))
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((DANIEL PERRY: I FELT LIKE I WAS ONE OF THEM...LIKE PART OF THEIR FAMILY.))
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Scottie's place eventually hopes to include single moms and their kids.
But for now, Paul Winter and Jo-El Wadsworth share their home with kids who don't have one.
Marya Jones, News 7, Monroe County, West Virginia.))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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You can find out more about Scottie's Place by visiting "Web Watch" on our web page at www.wdbj7.com.

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Next on the newscast, Patrick will be along to let us know when the stormy weather will pass.
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and then in Health check, world health officials say the worst may not be over in the fight against the AIDS epidemic.


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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up a little later in the newscast, we'll tell you where you can find some American masterpieces on line,
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[VO] and we'll tell you how they managed to get the Olympic torch underwater.
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[5-AIDS]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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AIDS tops tonight's healthcheck-
And a new report that says the worst could be yet to come.
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[SUPER=03-Geneva, Switzerland;]


A United Nations report says the damage already done will seem minor compared with what lies ahead- IF more isn't done to fight the deadly epidemic.
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((THE LIFETIME RISK OF DYING FROM AIDS HAS BECOME INCREDIBLY HIGH IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES IT CAN BE AS HIGH AS 50 PERCENT IN COUNTRIES LIKE SOUTH AFRICA, BOTSWANA, AND ZIMBABWEE.))
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The solution- More political and financial resources to fight AIDS.
There were some bright spots in today's report- it says there are successes in AIDS prevention programs and a decrease in the number of new infections among young people.

[5-Allen]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tha]
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Republican George Allen was talkiong health issues on a campaign stop in Roanoke today- He shook hands and answered voters questions.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=203-Roanoke;]


The U-S Senate candidate, who's running against Chuck Robb, caught up with voters at the Roanoke city market.
When asked about the debate over a persons' right to sue their H-M-O... Allen says he thinks patients should initially take their case before an Independent Review Panel made up of health care professionals.
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((GEORGE ALLEN: 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 says the independent review panel system will help keep insurance costs down.
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Chuck Robb also supports the panel system.

[5-Lyme]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#=500-5 1:22:43]
[GRAPHIC=Health check]


It's that time of the year. When a summer day can be ruined by insects.
As Cathy Moss reports, we should pay close attention to those pesky creatures, because just one little bite can lead to months, even years of trouble.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Dawn Simonsen/Lyme Disease Patient;]
[SUPER=01-David Feld/Lyme Disease Expert;]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Paula Elbirt/Pediatrician;]
[SUPER=01-Cathy Moss/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=CBS NEWS]

((Narr: 26 year old Dawn Simonsen has a severe case of lyme disease. It's painful for her to walk so she spends most of her time in this wheelchair. She's says she's been sick for years...but only recently got the diagnosis.

Sot: 5:29:21/font: Dawn Simonsen
"It's unbelieveable, there's a checklist for 38 symptoms and i go down and check yes to everything -- mostly on the severe side."
Narr; Since contracting lyme -- she's learned of so many other people who have it. In fact, Even though there are 120-thousand US
cases, experts predict that number could go 5 to 10 times HIGHER!

Sot: David Feld/Lyme disease expert
19:22:27
"Here I am the expert so to speak -- and my eight year old has lyme disease."

That's why David Feld -- Executive Director of the Lyme Disease Foundation is speaking out...about the dangers of Lyme disease..

Pediatrician Dr. Paula Elbirt advises checking your kids thoroughly - especially in their hair.

Sot: 23:17/Paula Elbirt/Pediatrician "The ticks are usually dark and hard to find -- put the hair far fowward. (she shows us)

Stand-up bridge 29:42 "Now, Ticks aren't the only enemy outdoors these days - mosquitos also carry disease. Experts say they're attracted obviously to fragrances and dark clothing -- but you're safe it you happen to be wearing green.

We got a demonstration of how repellant - with the chemical DEET can keep mosquitos away.
But Doctors say infected birds can carry diseases like incephalitis to practically every state in the country.
As for Dawn-- she says your best bet is to check your body at the end of the day -- so that when you go outside this summer -- you're not walking into trouble. CM..CBS News))

[S5-Hoops]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
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Welcome folks to the Tuesday ticker.
[GRAPHIC=NBA]

We begin tonight with news concerning the busiest team in the NBA, the New Jersey Nets. Yesterday the team announced the retirement of Jayson Williams. Tomorrow the Nets will have the first pick in the NBA draft.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-E. Rutherford, NJ; :00]

And today the team hired a new head coach. Byron Scott, the former Lakers' guard who helped Los Angeles win three world titles inherits a team that won just 31 games last season. Scott is 39 years old. This is his first head coaching job.
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[S5-Football]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-69 4659TC]
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The staff at this week's All-Stars Clinics football camp is made up almost entirely of former players and current coaches form Friday Football Extra schools.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

Today the clinic welcomed 150 campers ages nine through 11. Yesterday, 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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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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((JIM HICKAM/NORTHSIDE HEAD COACH:))
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[OUT Q=...skills and techniques."]
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Coming tonight on News 7 at six, Roy Stanley tries his hand at shooting clays at the Homestead resort in Hot Springs.


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[S5-Story]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WIPE TO ENG#!!!!!!!!!!!]
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

Plus, we'll head over the George Lynch roundball camp and meet a unique story teller from North Carolina who paid the kids a visit this morning. Take care folks - Jean will be right back to close out this half hour of News 7 in just a moment.
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[GO TO BREAK][5-Web-Day]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
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Art lovers have something to celebrate today. In fact, they have something to celebrate for a thousand and one days. Patrick Evans explains in the website of the day.
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((Our website of the day is for art lovers. The Smithsonian American Art Museum has made many of its exhibits availible online.
While that doesn't compare to seeing these masterpieces in person, it is an opportunity to learn more about them
One of the more interesting features is the 1001 Days & Nights of American Art Page.
It's an interactive Web Calendar that features a daily dose of American works.
Finally if you have any questions about the webpage or art itself, you can ask the information lady. She's known as Joan of Art.
To find the Smithsonian American Art Museum, just head to our webpage and click on the Webwatch logo.
I'm Patrick Evans.))

[5-Torch]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The Olympic Flame has truly gone where it has never been before.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Great Barrier Reef;]


Today it traveled underwater for the first time. Runners carrying the torch took it to a boat waiting by the pier in the tourist town of Port Douglas.
The boat then sailed to another Reef in the north part of the town.
To guarantee no "flame-outs" during its three minute deep-sea adventure, a special flare was designed.
Inventors of the underwater torch had experienced a number of problems during initial tests, but it shined brightly today.
It took nine months to develop.
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