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Coming up-
the search for a missing girl... plus
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[VO-NAT]


More mandatory school testing may be on the way .. and this time.. NOT just in Virginia.
Marriage and how to make it stronger. One church takes a stand.
Plus Tech football -
What's being done to make the field better.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


News 7 is next.

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[VO-NAT]


New mandatory testing may be on the way for school children across the nation.
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[ANCHOR=JEan]
[SS=News 7 at Eleven]


Good evening...

[Education-Bill]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[***ANCHOR TAG***]
Virginia school children already take standards of learning testing... but it's possible they may be required to take more tests.... this time measured on a national scale.
President Bush's education bill passed the senate tonight.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN BOARD]
It requires annual math and reading tests for students in grades three through eight- as a part of an effort to improve public schools.
Shilow Woolman has more from Washington. [Wipe to pkg ]
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Bill Frist/(R) Tennessee; :24]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Tom Daschle/(D) Majority Leader; :34 quick! ]
[SUPER=01-Ari Fleischer/White House Spokesman; :52]
[Super=01-Sen. Edward Kennedy/(D) Massachusetts; 1:10]
[Super=01-Shiloh Woolman/Reporting; 1:17]
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[OUT Q=SHILOH WOOLMAN REPORTING.]

((EDUCATION REFORM IS A HIT. BY A 91-8 MARGIN PRESIDENT BUSH'S TOP PRIORITY IS ONE STEP CLOSER TO HIS SIGNATURE.
SINCE WEEK ONE HE'S URGED LAWMAKERS TO READ ALONG WITH HIM...NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND. WHILE BUSH TOURS EUROPE, HE'S COMPLETED HIS SECOND LEGISLATIVE VICTORY AT HOME. FRIST "The president's priorities for education...become reality." DASCHLE "I think Pres. Bush deserves credit."
LIKE TAX CUTS, EDUCATION REFORM DREW BI-PARTISAN SUPPORT. LOCAL DISTRICTS WILL TEST YEARLY IN MATH AND READING AND BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THE RESULTS.
AND AS BUSH PROMISED, BILLIONS WILL BE SPENT TO TEACH KIDS TO READ. BUT MONEY ISN'T A CURE-ALL. FLEISCHER "If throwing money at the problem were the answer our education problems would have been solved years ago."
DEMOCRATS COMPROMISED ON SPENDING, BUT WILL TRY TO ADD MORE MONEY FOR FAILING SCHOOLS THIS FALL. REPUBLICANS' VOUCHER PLAN TO SEND POOR KIDS TO PRIVATE SCHOOLS FAILED TUESDAY.
STILL, BOTH SIDES WALK AWAY WITH A BILL THEY BELIEVE IN. KENNEDY "Tonight we're sending a clear message to families all over the country: help is on the way."
THE A-B-C'S OF PROMISED REFORM SHOULD BE IN SCHOOLS BY THE FIRST BELL OF THE FALL.
IN WASHINGTON, SHILOH WOOLMAN REPORTING. ))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[SS=HOLD]


The bill now goes onto the House for negotation.'

[Search]


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Search and rescue teams combed the Dragons Tooth area in Roanoke County for a missing 12 year old tonight.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


The young girl was part of a group from a school for troubled youth in Farmville that had been hiking the Appalachian Trail for the past two weeks.
Counselors say she was being stubborn and stayed behind while the group went farther ahead to find a camping spot.

When they went back a short time later to get her she was gone.
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[SOT 4:08:42]
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((TODD MAXEY: WE ENDED UP SENDING IN FOUR SEARCH TEAMS BASED ON THE INFORMATION WE HAD AND ENDED UP LOCATING HER ON THE TRAIL.))
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[VO-NAT]


It took search teams about three hours to locate her.
Counselors are taking her back home tonight.
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[Comair]


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Comair may be flying again- The airline has reached a tentative contract agreement with its striking pilots.
Today's deal follows three days of talks with federal mediators.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/March]

The airline serves 95 cities and, until March, a half-dozen Comair Jets flew in and out of Roanoke every day.
That's when Comair's 13-hundred pilots walked out after talks broke down over work rules, retirement, job protection and pay.
A source close to negotiations says the union agreed to speedup the process and hopes to hold a vote within ten days.
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[Baptists-Divorce]


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The high divorce rate among Americans was the topic at the Southern Baptist Convention.
Members are urging pastors to tell couples divorce should be a slow process and not a first choice.
Kate Weidaw spoke with a local pastor about the decision.
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[Gilmore-Budget]


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Museums and cultural agencies across the state see June 30th looming -- when their state funding goes to zero because the General Assembly could NOT agree on a new budget.
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So it was with some anticipation that the museum community awaited "a major budget announcement" from Governor Jim Gilmore today.
The announcement was at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: I'M PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE TODAY THAT I'M RESTORING 4-POINT-1 MILLION DOLLARS... FOR THIS NEW PARKING DECK.))
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[OUT Q=for this new parking deck.]
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The Virginia Museum is a state agency... which means it will state funding in the new budget year.
Gilmore is promising to help non-state agencies when he writes his "caboose bill" in December, just before he leaves office.
If that money survives the winter General Assembly session, the museums might receive it next June.
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[Museums]


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Roanoke's Center in the Square awaited the Governor's announcement with cautious optimism. Center and the six organizations it houses lost slightly more than 3-million dollars in state funding as a result of the budget impasse.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

President Jim Sears says he understands the need for additional parking at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, but thinks the governor might have chosen better wording to keep the problem in perspective.
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[IN Q=If I were governor...]

((JIM SEARS/CENTER IN THE SQUARE; IF I WERE GOVERNOR, I'M NOT SURE I'D BE HORRIFIED BY THAT BUT I CERTAINLY WOULD NOT WANT THAT TO OCCUR. HOWEVER, I GUESS WE COULD SAY WE'RE HORRIFIED IN WESTERN VIRGINIA ABOUT THE LACK OF FUNDING THAT'S COMING TO KEEP OUR MUSEUMS AT THE CURRENT LEVEL OF SERVICE.))
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[OUT Q=at the current level of service.]
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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To cope with the budget cuts Center in the Square has cut hours and decreased staff.

[Mark-Warner]


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Employees of a Franklin County furniture plant that's slated to close later this year met today with Mark Warner, the Democratic candidate for Governor.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=403-Rocky Mount]


Warner visited the Lane Furniture plant in Rocky Mount.
He said the loss of a major employer can be as damaging to a community as a natural disaster.
And he said the state can do more to help displaced workers and their communities make it through difficult economic times.
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[SOT 15:44:48]
[IN Q=We've seen it happen]

((MARK WARNER/(D)WE'VE SEEN IT HAPPEN IN MARTINSVILLE. WE'RE SEEING IT NOW IN ROCKY MOUNT. MY FEAR IS THIS WILL HAPPEN AROUND OTHER COMMUNITIES ACROSS VIRGINIA. WE'VE GOT TO BE READY FOR THIS. WE CAN'T ALLOW THESE COMMUNITIES TO FLOUNDER IN THEIR TIME OF DIFFICULTY.))
[SUPER=401-Mark Warner/(D) Candidate for Governor]
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[OUT Q=in their time of difficulty.]
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[VO-NAT]


Today, Warner also announced that Botetourt County resident Sherry Crumley will chair his statewide campaign committee, Sportsmen for Warner.
Crumley was instrumental in the successful campaign for a hunting and fishing amendment to the Virginia constitution.
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[Army-Beret]


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The army has made it official. The black beret will serve as the headpiece for all soldiers.
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[VO-NAT 13:33:08]
[SUPER=03-Ft. Bragg, NC]


Soldiers donned it for the first time today. The beret has gotten mixed reviews. Rangers have traditionally been the only unit two wear the black berets. Theirs will be changed to tan in order to keep them distinctive from the rest of the soldiers.
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[Tease1]
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Natural causes or murder?
23 deaths in one hospital are now under investigation.
Details next on News 7.
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[VO-NAT]


And it's major yard work at Lane Stadium.
A progress report on the new field is still ahead.
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[Sports-preview]


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[Hospital-Deaths]


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A hospital is supposed to be the place patients go to get better, but new questions over 23 deaths at a Texas hospital.
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((HAPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU...))
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[OUT Q=birthday to you.]
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This 95 year old woman died in January of what doctors called natural causes, but recently investigators told the family she and 22 others may have been poisoned. [:09]
[Super=03-Nacona, TX;]


Nacona General alerted authorities after pharacists noticed medicine bottles missing- at the same time the hospital's death rate doubled. [18.5]
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((WANDA RUSSELL/DAUGHTER OF POSSIBLE VICTIM: I'M STILL MAD. I'M JUST SO ANGRY THAT SOMEONE COULD HAVE DONE THAT.)) [BUTT TO] ((TIM COLE/MONTAGUE CO. DISTRICT ATTORNEY: ALL I CAN TELL YOU IS WE HAVE A SUSPECT. I CAN'T SAY ANYTHING MORE.))
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[:09 plus pad]
While prosecutors aren't saying much.. two civil lawsuits accuse nurse Vicky Dawn Jackson of injecting pateints with a lethal dose of (My-va-cron) Mivacron.
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[Frito-Lay]


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We won't see the product on our grocery store shelves until November, but Lynchburg's Frito-Lay plant is gearing up to produce a new snack chip.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


The Hill City factory will be the only plant east of the Rockies to make the bite-sized chip, details of the chip though.. are being kept secret.
23 million pounds of the new chip will be made there annually.
The expansion represents a 15 million dollar investment that will create at least 50 new jobs.
The Lynchburg facility already employs about 300 people.
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[NS-Furloughs]


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162 Norfolk Southern employees will be furloughed as part of the railroad's latest cost-cutting.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Temporary layoffs at the East End shops will begin June 24th and end July 14th.
Norfolk Southern says it's auctioning off excess machinery and locomotives that have been stored at the shops, leaving many wondering if the shops themselves would be next on the auction block.
Many of those who bid on the N-S equipment say they believe the shops will be up for sale by the end of the year.

But N-S says the shops are NOT for sale.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Double trouble for an amusement park-- yesterday a worker was killed by a roller coaster... today another coaster gets stuck.
That's next on News 7.
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[VO-NAT]


And later-- the University of North Carolina honors a famous graduate-- one you see everyday right on WDBJ-7.
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[Coaster-Stuck]


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Roller Coasters are scary enough on their own- but imagine what people must have been feeling when the roller coaster they were on... got stuck.
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[VO-NAT 15:52:32]
[SUPER=03-Bristol, CT]


That's what happened in Bristol Connecticut this morning.
26 people were riding on the Zommerang ride at Lake Compounce park.. when it got stuck.
Firefighters had to use ladders to rescue the riders.... NO one was hurt.
The Zoomerang is a steel roller coater that goes through several loops as well as forward and backwards.
It got stuck after passing through an area where passengers usually get on and off the ride.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[SS=None]


It was just yesterday that a 23- year old maintenance worker was killed when he was struck by another roller coaster- at the park.

[Tech-Field]


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Many Virginia Tech football players perform like the pros..and now the school is giving them a field to match their talents. The University is installing the same kind of grass the New York Giants play on. New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon has the story.
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(([Nats "Tech Football game"] When the Hokies begin their football season this Fall, it will be on a whole new playing field...literally. [Nats Sprinkler tc] Taking root this summer, a high end, grass module system, that is only the third of it's kind in the country.
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[SOT 14:19:36]
[IN Q=The]

((JOHN HILSON/FIELD PROJECT MANAGER; THE MODULES HAVE BEEN GRASSED AND GROWING, THEY'VE NOW BEEN GRADED GRASSED JUST TWO WEEKS AGO TOMORROW I BELIEVE THEY IT IT'S IN THE GROWING STAGE.))
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Once the blades of grass reach maturity, forming a field Hilson describes as a fast hard...it will be cut, lifted and transported into the stadium.
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[SOT 14:20:03]
[IN Q=I THINK]

((JOHN HILSON/FIELD PROJECT MANAGER; I THINK THAT HAPPENS IN THE MIDDLE OF JULY, AND THEN IT'S READY TO PLAY ON.))
[OUT Q=play on]
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((BUT BEFORE THE FIELD CAN BE PLACED IN LANE STADIUM, ON THIS END A LOT MORE WORK NEEDS TO BE DONE.))
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[SOT 14:20:25]
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((PUTTING IN NEW DRAINAGE SYSTEM A NEW AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ALL THE INFRASTRUCTURE NECESSARY TO RECEIVE THE MODULAR FIELD.))
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((COVER END OF BITE AND POD UP FOR QUICK NAT BURST)) [NAT burst tc WORKERS AT LANE] This effort within the stadium enables the true state of the art features the competed field will have. With an air filtration system and drainage at Hokie speed, weather delays will be a thing of the past. Hilson says there is no doubt the project will be done in time for kickoff. Rachel Cannon, News 7, Blacksburg.))
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[S-Extra]


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Words from Winston Cup star Bill Elliott and major League baseball highlights, but first the extra point.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Omaha, NE; :00]

A seven-run fourth inning has sent the University of Miami into the championship game at the College World Series. Kevin Howard and Danny Matienzo trigged the big inning with consecutive home runs, and the Hurricanes went on to beat Tennessee 12-to-6. The Canes advance to meet Stanford for the title on Saturday afternoon.
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[go to break][S-Bill]


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Winston Cup drivers pull into Pocono this weekend for the Pocono 500.
[graphic=bill elliott]


Awesome Bill Elliott has won before at the 2.5 mile tri-oval.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Last night, Elliott was the featured attraction at valley View mall at the Hecht's new Home and Children store. He attended on behalf of the American cancer Society, having lost family members to the disease.
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Elliott asked that fans make a 10 dollar donation in return for meeting him and getting autographs signed, all of the proceeds benefit the American cancer Society.
Elliott also talked racing. He is 16th in the points this year heading into Pocono.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="well]
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[OUT Q=.....what we're facing today"]
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[S-Open]


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The U.S. Open first round teed off yesterday from Southern Hills Country Club.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Tulsa, OK/NBC; :00]


While many eyes were focussed on Tiger Woods, Hale Irwin turned the most heads. Irwin turned back the clock and fired a first round leading 67. Here he birdies the 10th.
The 56 year old Irwin would again get the birdie, this time with the putt on 14 to go 3 under for the day.
Tiger would struggle. He double bogeys the ninth, just missing the putt. But only 66 of the 156 golfers would play. Tigers day ends on the ninth hole when play was suspended due to weather.
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[S-Baseball]


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To Major League basball where a hitter and a pitcher put up some major league numbers last night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-San Francisco, CA/Angels vs. Giants; :00]


First, in San Francisco, the Giants wrapped up a three-game sweep of Anaheim with a 10-to-4 victory.
Barry Bonds hit his 34th home run of the season
[SUPER=35-San Francisco/10/Anaheim/4;]

to stay a head of Mark McGuire's record setting pace a few years back.
Jeff Kent had a bases-loaded triple that also helped the Giants win.
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[S-Majors]


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[VO-NAT wipe to #eng!!]
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On to the Cubs and Diamondbacks. Randy Johnson moved into tenth on the all-time strikeout list by mowing down eleven in Arizona's 3-to-2 win over
[SUPER=35-Arizona/3/Chicago/2;]

the Cubs.
Johnson raised his career strikeout total to three-thousand-199.
The lefty also blanked the Cubs for seven innings and left after putting two runners on base in the eighth.
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Tampa Bay played host to Philadelphia today. The Devil rays score three in the bottom of the first. Greg Vaugn with the double down the line and that is gonna plate Jason Tyner.
To the bottom of the third. Randy Winn cracks this shot to centerfield, a triple that scores Fred McGriff. 4-nothing Rays.
[SUPER=35-Tampa Bay/6/Philadelphia/3;]Pat Burrell crushes a two run homer that hits the face of the upper deck but

it's still 5-3 Tampa. The crime dog hits his 13th homer of the season as the Devil Rays win 6-3. The Phillies have lost nine of eleven.
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[S-Danville]


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You can add another coach to the Hometown Hoops Weekly family. G.W. Danville named Bobby Martin, who has coached at Bassett among other places, as the Eagles new boys coach.
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Martin was an assistant at Danville in 98 and 99 before taking last year off to focus on football and track. He has 11 years of basketball coaching experience and already knows most of his returning players.
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[S-Skins]


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The Washington Redskins have signed veteran offensive lineman Ben Coleman to a one year contract worth 1.1 million dollars. Coleman turned away multi year offers from other teams for a 623 thousand dollar signing bonus and the veteran league minimum 477 thousand dollars from the Skins.

[S-Casey]


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A quarterback controversy could be brewing in Charlotte. Jeff Lewis, the incumbent and Chris Weinke the newcomer. The Carolina Panthers open training camp July 22nd.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Former Virginia standout and now Panthers second year tight end Casey Crawford was in town recently working on an instructional field hockey video for his wife Michelle, who is a member of the United States National team.
Crawford recently went through mini camp with former ACC rival and Panthers quarterback draft pick Chris Weinke.
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[Andy-Griffith]


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One of the most famous people to graduate from the University of North Carolina will be featured in a new exhibit at the school.
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[SUPER=03-Chapel Hill, NC]

The quintessential slice of Americana is none other than Andy Griffith, best known as the beloved sheriff of Mayberry.
Griffith is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill. It was there that he was forced to rethink his life goals, which catapulted a career that touched the lives and homes of American People. The exhibit will feature many artifacts about the man, including the character, play, TV series, movie, game, comic book and restaurant chain which were all inspired by him. (------------)