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Coming up on News 7-
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Timothy McVeighs actions in prison- and how they may mean he's not ready to die.
Plus a major loss of life for BEdford on D-Day... now the story is brought to stage.
And a sneak peak at Tony Award entertainment.
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And VHI's highlights and lowlights of the year.
News 7 is next. [Open]
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In an exclusive CBS interview- a former F-B-I agent says supervisors lost evidence in the case against Timothy McVeigh.
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We should know tomorrow whether Timothy McVeigh's lawyers will ask for a block to his execution.
The convicted Oklahoma City bomber is scheduled to die June 11th.
As Byron Pitts reports it doesn't look like McVeigh is planning to die anytime soon.
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[NON STANDARD OUTCUE.!!] ((By all indications... Timothy McVeigh is no longer a man so willing to die... at least not yet.
CBS NEWS has learned... the confessed killer... recently purchased a fan ... to cool his death row prison cell... at the Federal facility in Terra Haute, Indiana. It seems McVeigh expects to be alive for a long hot summer.
Days before his original execution date in May... sources say he'd refused meals... but now he's back to three square meals per day. Not the habits of a man... scheduled to die by lethal injection in 12-days.
Tomorrow McVeigh meets with his lawyers...to decide if he will seek a stay of execution. Legal analyst say a stay is VERY LIKELY... with recent revelations the F.B.I. failed to turn over close to 4000- documents. ANDREW COWEN, CBS LEGAL ANALYST 'IF MCVEIGH WANTS TO GET A STAY HIS ATTORNEYS ARE GOING TO HAVE TO GO INTO COURT AND SAY, LOOK THERE'S JUST NOT ENOUGH TIME TO EVALUATE THESE DOCUMENTS AND THE HARM TO THEIR CLIENT, I.E. HIS DEATH, IS SO MUCH GREATER THAN THE HARM TO THE GOVERNMENT FOR A DELAY.' McVeigh's attorneys will also base their request on claims made by current and former FBI agents... that the Oklahoma City bombing Investigation was sloppy from beginning to end.))
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If McVeigh's attorneys ask for a delay they're in for a battle.

Attorney General John Ashcroft says the government will fight any furthur delay.[VDOT-Worker]


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Two accidents involving V-DOT workers in the last two days .. one of them fatal.
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A V-DOT worker struck along Interstate 81 has died.
51- year old Denny Kegley of Buena Vista died from his injuries this afternoon, one day after he was hit while picking up debris in Rockbridge County.
The driver told police Kegley walked into the path of his vehicle.
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In Wythe County, A V-DOT truck hit a motorcycle this morning on highway 21.
The bike flipped several times - throwing the driver.
Lifeguard 10 was called to take the man to a hospital.
There is no word on his condition.
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It's been debated for months- but word today that plans for a new gas pipeline through Southwest Virginia have been scrapped.
The Gas Companies in charge of construction say a new line would cost too much to build.
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The news leaves pipeline opponents like Brent Riley ecstatic.
For almost a year, he and others tried to convince Virginia Gas and its new owner, N-U-I, not to build the new line.
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((BRENT RILEY: OBVIOUSLY WE FEEL WONDERFUL. WE DON'T HAVE TO LIVE WITH A PERMANENT MARK THROUGH OUR AREA.))
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Roanoke Gas President John Williamson says his company was counting on a new pipeline to bring more natural gas to the area ...
Now Williamson says he'll have to look into other options.
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((JOHN WILLIAMSON: SO WHAT THEY TOLD US, THEIR NUMBERS WERE SUBSTANTIALLY HIGHER THAN THE ESTIMATED COMPLETION FOR THE LINE INTO ROANOKE FROM THE ORIGINAL AGREEMENT.))
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N-U-I still holds all of the deeds and permits it needs to build the line...
The company says it may re-examine construction in the future.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [05/30/2001] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP TOMORROW FORECAST

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Bedford will take center stage next week when the national D-Day memorial is dedicated. But later this week Bedford County's sacrifice during World War Two will be played out on a different stage. Teresa Hamilton has the story.
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Bedford County's role in World War Two and the impact it had on the community is being told through actors. The play is a historical drama written by Jim Morrison-- who relied on research and interviews to tell the story through fictional characters.
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The two hour play called "Bedford Goes to War" is being put on the Sadelia Center in Bedford County. Last year-- the actors put on their first performance. Those who're returning... say many in the audience a year ago actually lost ones during the war.
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Tickets are five dollars... with performances scheduled for Friday and Saturday at eight pm... and Sunday at three. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Bedford County.

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In the early hours of the D-Day invasion, Ugo Giannini (OO-go juh-NEE-nee) crouched in a shell crater on Omaha Beach. The soldier was also an artist, and he sketched the scene he saw there.
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Giannini's drawings are the centerpiece of an exhibit that opened tonight at the George C. Marshall Museum in Lexington.
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The exhibit, War and the Creative Impulse, will continue through mid-August at the Marshall Museum.
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We'll have a closer look at Giannini's work, and much more, next week .. as we provide extended coverage of the National D-Day Memorial dedication in Bedford.
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News 7 at 5 AND News 7 at 6 will be broadcast live from the Memorial both June 5th and the 6th. [Next page 4618]
And we hope you will join us at 11:00 AM, June 6th for a program we're calling: "Their Sacrifice, Our Freedom" .. live coverage of the dedication ceremony.
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"Know the code". Still ahead, thousands get a new area code on Friday.
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And baby bath seats .. some people say they are dangerous.
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((I KNOW THAT IF I WOULD NEVER HAD HAD A BATH SEAT I WOULD STILL HAVE MY DAUGHTER RIGHT NOW.))
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A federal order to manufacturers .. next.

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((HEY EVERYBODY, STEVE MASON IN THE SEVEN HOUSE TONIGHT. REGIONAL ACTION IS EVERYWHERE, DANVILLE AND HALIFAX BATTLE IN BASEBALL WHILE CAVE SPRING AND THE COMETS ARE SOFT BALLING. BROOKVILLE AND SALEM IN GIRLS SOCCER AND THE AVALANCHE HITS THE DIAMOND AS WELL ALL OF THIS HEADED YOUR WAY IN SPORTS.))

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Baby Bath seats are supposed to help parents bathe their infants... but they could be dangerous.
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((The Consumer Product Safety Commission is taking a look at the plastic rings on suction cups designed to keep babies sitting up straight in the bathtub.
Olivia Gardner was placed in a bath seat- her mom thought she was safe- but she wasn't. 911 CALL: I WALKED OUT OF THE ROOM FOR TWO MINUTES. SHE WAS IN MY SINK AND I CAME BACK INT HERE AND THE THING HAD TIPPED OVER.
The baby seat tipped over and Olivia went under- She died the following day. In fact Baby bath seats have been linked to 78 drowning deaths since 1981.
Critics say parents should never leave their baby alone.. but consumer advocates say the seats are dangerous. ANN BROWN/CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION: THE BEHAVIOR OF PARENTS IS NOT WHAT IS AT ISSUE. OUR STATUTES ARE TALKING ABOUT DANGEROUS PRODUCTS. NOT WHO PAYS FOR THE VICTIM'S INJURIES OR WHO'S TO BLAME.
The Commission will order manufacturers to make the seats safer- if improvements aren't made- it may ban the seats altogether.))


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The search for a man missing for five days went underwater today.
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Rescue workers are looking for Jeroid (juh-ROD) Moore in Wasena Park along Wiley Drive.
The 30-year-old man was last seen in the river on Friday night after fleeing from police.
His family filed a missing person report yesterday afternoon.
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The 8-0-4 area code will soon be history in Southside and Central Virginia.
Residents can begin using the new 4-3-4 area code beginning this Friday.
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The new area code is being assigned because of the growing demand on available phone numbers.
Customers will have a seven month grace period where they can dial either 8-0-4 or 4-3-4.
The change will largely effect businesses because they will have to replace business cards and letterheads with the new area code.
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((FRANK MEADOR/DANVILLE PRINTING COMPANY: AFTER WE COME BACK FROM CHRISTMAS IS WHEN I EXPECT A WHOLE A LOT OF THEM TO BE CHANGING. THEY WON'T THINK ABOUT IT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. THEY'LL WANT TO WAIT, GET CHRISTMAS BEHIND THEM AND THEN THEY'LL DEAL WITH IT.))
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The new 434 area code becomes mandatory January 15th of next year.
The change affects customers from Charlottesville and Lynchburg, to Pittsylvania and Halifax Counties.
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A Republican challenger will take on the Democratic incumbent .. hoping to represent the New River Valley in Richmond.
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46-year-old Dave Nutter says he will seek the Republican nomination for the 7th House of Delegates District.
The region includes the City of Radford and parts of Montgomery and Pulaski Counties.
The Montgomery County resident works as the Director of College and Media Relations at Tech.
Nutter says it's not clear if he will face opposition for the G-O-P nomination.
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((DAVE NUTTER/7TH HOUSE OF DELEGATE DISTRICT CANDIDATE; ALL I CAN DO IS ANNOUNCE TODAY AND MOVE FORWARD, BUILDING A CAMPAIGN, I TEND TO DO A LOT OF DOOR TO DOOR I MEAN THAT'S GOING TO BE A MAJOR PART OF MY CAMPAIGN KNOCKING ON DOORS AND LETTING PEOPLE KNOW I'M RUNNING. ))
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The delegate seat is currently held by Democrat Benny Keister, who says he will run for reelection.
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President Bush's daughters have some explaining to do. Still ahead, they may be in trouble with the law.
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President Bush's twin daughters may both be in trouble with the law.
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The 19 year-old twins were at a restaurant in Austin.
That's where authorities say Jenna Bush tried to buy alcohol using someone else's I-D. They say Barbara did not. Now police are trying to determine whether any charges should be filed. This is Jenna's second run-in with authorities.
Less than a month ago, she pleaded no contest to possession of alcohol by a minor.
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[Tony-Preps]


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Dancers are stepping out in New York City-
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preparing for the 5th annual Tony awards-
This is a behind the scenes look at a dance number... actually shot in adavance on the street and in a New York subway.
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((nat sound dancing... tap dancing.))
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On Sunday, you'll see them dancing their way from the subway live into Radio City Music Hall.
The kickoff is provided by the cast of the Hit Broadway revival 42nd Street.
The Tony awards honor the best on Broadway you can catch the show on your hometown station Sunday night.
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It's not a problem most of us have- so many cars.. we need to get rid of them to make space in the garage.... space.. so we can turn the garage into an art gallery.
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But then again.. we are NOt Elton John.
The entertainer is putting his car collection up for bids.
20 classic cars- including a 1973 Rolls Royce Phantom Six, a two door Aston Martin and a 1963 Rolls Silver Cloud Saloon-
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((SIR ELTON JOHN/ENTERTAINER: WHEN YOU'VE GOT SO MANY CARS AND COLLECT CARS.. THE UNFORTUNATE THING IS YOU CAN'T DRIVE THEM EVERYDAY. IT'S TIME FOR THEM TO BE ENJOYED BY SOMEONE ELSE NOW.))
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The cars go on the auction block Tuesday.
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Regional high school action with Danville, Halifax, Salem, and Brookville. But first our extra point. Duke basketball coach Mike Kszyskewki and Temple coach John Chaney
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join Moses Malone as new members of the Basketball Hall of Fame. They will be inducted October 5. During a 21 year career, Malone became NBA's fifth all-time leading scorer and is third in rebounding.
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William Fleming's Orren Prunty will attend the University of Virginia on a partial tack scholarship next year.
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Prunty, who won the Cosmo in April and finished 2nd and 3rd in the 100 and 200 last week in the Northwest regionals, signed a letter of intent to UVa today. UVa track coach Randy Bungard will start Purnty out in the 100 and 200 and then ease him into the 400. Prunty gets a three thousand dollar scholarship for track.
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Orren competes for in the track state championship this Friday and Saturday at VCU.

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To the diamond where Halifax and G.W. Danville would meet in the Northwest Regional semifinal today at Halifax high school.
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A large crowd turned out for this game between the two baseball powers.
In the bottom of the first, G.W.'s Stephen Bowers throws a wild pitch with the bases loaded and the Comets David Green scores from third.
[SUPER=34-Halifax Co./4/G.W. Danville/1;] The next batter, Justin Shepherd, is hit in the elbow by G.W. relief pitch

er Brett Thomas and Nick Hastings comes in to make it 2-nothing.
Next up, R.D. Cole cranks a double to deep center to bring in two more runs and Halifax goes up 4-nothing and the Comets win 4-1.
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Cave Spring battled Halifax County in the Northwest Region Softball Semifinals today.
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Cave Spring draws first blood. On the bunt, Susan Rogers reaches second when the Comets go to third, but Lauren Lancaster is safe, then Halifax goes back to second, and Lancaster sneaks home for the 1-nothing lead.
[super=34-Halifax Co./0/Cave Spring/3;]Halifax's Brandy Connor with the nice defensive play from her shortstop posit

ion to get the out.
In the fourth, Cave Spring's Amy Florian with this basehit down the first base line and Danielle Spangler is gonna score, the Knights win it 3-nothing.
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Salem and Brookville met in a Region III Soccer Semifinal.
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The Bees traveled from Lynchburg for the meeting at Northside High School. Salem got on the board midway through the first half when Elizabeth Kier (KEER) gets the ball just over the fingertips of the Brookville goalie. One-Nothing Spartans.
Ariel Thompson expands the Salem lead the shot to the near post puts the Spartans up three nothing.
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Thompson then, makes the moves outside the box, scores. Salem advances to the State Quarterfinals with the 6-nothing win.
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Jefferson Forest beat Nelson County 3-nothing. In northwest region girls soccer, Cave Spring topped Albemarle 1-zip

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AT 6'1" the "Italian Stallion" is overpowering HER high school competition.
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Fedrica Fanari didn't speak English when she came to Salem High School as a cultural exchange student at the beginning of the school year from Italy.
Now at the end of the year she's vying for a state title and she does pretty well with English too.
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Fedrica has won district and regional titles and it's the first season she's played in four years. College scouts are offering scholarships but Fedrica, a senior, has to go home to Sardina to finish school, then she hopes to play college tennis at UNC-Wilmington.
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Also, Patrick Henry's number one doubles team, Brock Newton and Tyler Early, won at regionals in Manassas today.

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Scottie Weiss (WEESE) hopes winning races and promoting cycling will propel him to the bigtime. Denise Allen explains.
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Just one of the highlights of the past year for Scottie Weiss.
The cyclist from Radford is racing for Zaxby's Cycling Team.
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It's a job that takes him all over the country. His office is the road.
Zaxby's is a Tier Three team, Tier One being the most elite cyclists in the world.
Weiss says helping his team reach a higher level, will be done inpart, by helping the sport grow in his own community.
People's misconceptions can often be dangerous to cyclists.
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While Weiss is working to help people understand his sport, he's training for a big week of racing coming up the in June.
It's called First Union Week with races in Trenton, New Jersey, Lancaster, Pennsylvania and ending with the US Pro Championships in Philadelphia on June 10th.
His ultimate goal is to reach the podium in one of those races.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports. ))
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2001 has already been a very busy year in world of music.
For many of the highlights .. and lowlights .. here's VH1's Rebecca Rankin.
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((This year may only be half over, but it's already seen its fair share of
musical ups and downs. VH1 and TV Guide have been tracking the action and
together bring you the Cheers... and Jeers for the first half of 2001

THE YEAR SO FAR HAS BEEN A MUSICAL MIX OF PERSONAL TRIUMPH, UNUSUAL
PAIRINGS, AND FASHION MISCUES.

JENNIFER LOPEZ GETS A CHEER FOR BECOMING THE FIRST ARTIST EVER TO DEBUT AT
#1 ON BOTH THE ALBUM CHARTS AND AT THE BOX OFFICE.



Jennifer Lopez:
"With the CD and the movie coming out in the same week, it was kinda like
giving birth in a way, you put so much into it. It's a lot in one week."


Alan Light / Spin Magazine
You have to-- even if it's just the marketing departments of the different
companies and the record label and the studio working out the timing
appropriately. Somebody gets cheered for that.

Su Madonna

AND CHEERS TO MADONNA FOR SUCCESSFULLY KEEPING HER WEDDING A PRIVATE
AFFAIR.

Emil Wilbekin / Vibe:
I cheer Madonna for having a wedding that was elegant, discreet and star
powered. // She's a superstar and she doesn't need everybody to see who's
at the wedding.

Lisa Bernhard / TV Guide:
Well, it seems like Madonna had about as much decorum-- for this wedding
that anyone could expect. I mean look at the spectacle that was her
wedding to Sean Penn. Helicopters everywhere. A big public "He's the
coolest guy in the world." You know, of course that marriage crumbles.
So I think Madonna really wants to be married, and really wants to make
this work.

BUT JEERS TO TONI BRAXTON FOR STRUTTING THE WRONG STUFF AT THIS YEAR'S
GRAMMY AWARDS.

Toni .BRAXTON
"It's a double stick tape night."
Mathew Van Leeuwen / Stylist:
I don't care how much double stick she had on it, it was, it was not
right.

Kristen Baldwin / Entertainment Weekly:
"She looked like she got mugged, and the guy made off with half of her
outfit and left her this belt to cover up her booty."

Quick: Toni song: "he'll be good to you... no"

Rebecca TAG:
These are just some of the music news and events that have gotten our
attention so far this year. VH1 and TV Guide team up to bring you the rest
of the highs and lows on VH1:All Access: Cheers and Jeers. Tomorrow 10/9
Central. In New York, I'm VH1's Rebecca Rankin.))