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Coming up-
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Is this what Chandra Levy could look like with a different hair style. Police release new computer images. The Express WILL stay in Roanoke. Plus the biggest crowd of the Season at the WDBJ7 Mayberry night at the Salem Avalanche...
We'll meet the man behind Barney Fife.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 is next.[Open]
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This is what Chandra Levy could look like if she's changed the way she looks.
D-C police release pictures of what Levy would look like with her hair pulled back, with a shorter cut and with a blonde wig.
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[Missing-Intern]


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[WRITER=jja]
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Washington D-C Police say it's possible they havent' found the missing intern because she doesn't want to be found... that perhaps she altered her look.
[GRAPHIC=Gary Condit]


Meanwhile Congressman Gary Condit is under fire again- As Jennifer Jones reports this time its for taking a lie detector test that he arranged Not the Washington police or the F-B-I.
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((Abbe Lowell/Condit's Attorney The congressman was not deceptive in any way CONGRESSMAN GARY CONDIT'S ATTORNEY, ABBE LOWELL, SAYS HIS CLIENT TOOK THE LIE DETECTOR TEST AND PASSED. HE ALSO SAYS CONDIT HAS DONE EVERYTHING AUTHORITIES HAVE ASKED OF HIM, INCLUDING A SEARCH OF HIS APARTMENT AND A DNA SEARCH. AND HE SAYS THE MEDIA SHOULD NOW SHIFT THEIR FOCUS AWAY FROM THE CONGRESSMAN. Abbe Lowell/Gary Condit's Attorney the more time you spend on condit, the more you are diverting attention from finding chandra levy BUT THIS WAS A POLYGRAPH ARRANGED BY ABBE LOWELL, NOT ONE GIVEN BY POLICE OR THE FBI. ASST. POLICE CHIEF TERRANCE GAINER/DC METROPOLITAN POLICE BILLY MARTIN/LEVY FAMILY ATTORNEY. MEANWHILE D-C POLICE AGAIN FANNED OUT IN THE CITY SEARCHING ABANDONED BUILDINGS FOR ANY SIGN OF CHANDRA LEVY. NAT COPS Is it big enough for us to get in? POLICE STILL SAY THIS IS A MISSING PERSON'S CASE, AND THAT CHANDRA LEVY COULD HAVE JUST WALKED AWAY. SO THEY'VE DISTRIBUTED PICTURES OF WHAT SHE WOULD LOOK LIKE IF SHE CHANGED HER APPEARANCE, MAKING HERSELF BLOND OR CUTTING HER HAIR SHORT.
His attorney says Condit was asked very specific questions during the polygraph...did he have anything to do with Chandra Levy's disappearance, did he harm her or cause anyone else to harm her, and does he know where Levy can be located. Jennifer Jones, CBS News, Washington.))


[Trash]


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The city of Roanoke is hoping the stink is over with its new trash pickup schedule.
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City employees were hard at work today picking up backlogged trash. City officials say part of the past two week's backlog was caused by an overwhelming response to the new recycling schedule.
Last week the city collected nearly as many recyclables as they did in the month of May.
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[IN Q=We collected 12 tons...]
[SUPER=01-Skip Decker/Roanoke City Solid Waste Management;]

((SKIP DECKER/ROANOKE CITY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT; WE COLLECTED 12 TONS OF BOTTLES AND CANS. LAST WEEK IN RECYCLING WE COLLECTED 9 TONS IN ONE WEEK. THE CITIZENS ARE PARTICIPATING IN OUR NEW PROGRAM.))
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Tomorrow morning the city will do a "city wide sweep" to make sure excess trash is picked up. Four Roanoke County trucks and drivers will follow city workers as an added service. City officials say they are on track for a clean start on Monday.
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[Express]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The negotiations are over. The Roanoke Express has new owners and will continue to play at the Roundhouse.
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East Coast Hockey League owners are supposed to approve the sale to Mike Lonchar and Ashby Coleman of Roanoke. The buyers are first-time team owners. They'll work with coach Perry Flory to recruit new players and gear up for the season. Mike Stevens has much more coming up in sports.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [07/13/2001] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP TOMORROW FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][Road-Rage]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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It's a case that captured the nation's attention-
A man throws a dog into traffic.... and tonight a judge is throwing the man into prison.
Manuel Gallegus has the latest on this unusual case of road rage.
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(( IT IS A STRANGELY CRUEL CASE OF ROAD RAGE ANDREW BURNETT RECEIVED THE MAXIMUM SENTENCE IN THE DEATH OF LEO, THE LITTLE DOG THAT HE THREW INTO TRAFFIC. JUDGE THREE YEARS sentencing + applause IT HAPPENED LAST YEAR IN SAN JOSE. THE DOGS OWNER, SARA MCBURNETT, HAD BUMPED THE BACK OF BURNETTS S-U-V SHE SAYS WHEN SHE ROLLED DOWN HER WINDOW TO APOLOGIZE, AN ENRAGED BURNETT GRABBED LEO AND TOSSED HIM INTO ONCOMING CARS. SARA MCBURNETT, DOG OWNER Andrew Burnett was enraged by a minor incident in traffic. He took out his rage on Leo because he was the easiest target. His clear intent was to terrorize me in the nastiest and severest way he could under the circumstances.
LEOS VIOLENT DEATH RECEIVED WORLD ATTENTION. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS OF DONATIONS PORED IN FROM ANIMAL LOVERS. SARA MCBURNETT, DOG OWNER words can never convey the death of love I had for my dog Leo nor can they convey the depth of sorrow his loss has brought me. BURNETTS DEFENSE WAS THAT HE REACTED AFTER THE DOG BIT HIM. AT HIS SENTENCING TODAY HE APOLOGIZED. ANDREW BURNETT Im really sorry for what happened. I never intended for Leo to be killed. I never imagined Leo will be killed. BURNETT WHO IS ALREADY DOING TIME FOR THEFT MAY SERVE SEVERAL YEARS BEFORE HE IS PAROLED. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS.))


[Restoration-Jubilee]


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Forty years ago they were on opposite sides of the civil rights movement.. the Reverend Jerry Falwell who supported segregation and the Reverend Virgil Wood who marched with Martin Luther King.
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Today both men are joining forces to help ex-cons make the transition back to society.
They were part of a two- day conference called "Restoration Jubilee" which hopes to bring together area ministers, social workers and citizens to start reversing the "jail trail".
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((REV. VIRGIL WOOD/FORMER CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER: THE MESSAGE IS IF WE WANT TO DO THIS JOB IN THIS COUNTRY, WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO GET TOGETHER. I LIKE TO SAY IN CHRIST THERE IS NO LEFT OR RIGHT, AS FAR AS I'M CONCERNED.))
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Wood wants to target at- risk youths, jail inmates and those who are about to be released.
The group will meet again next month to outline a plan of action.
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[Barney-Fife]


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It was Mayberry night at the Salem Avalanche Game and everyone's favorite Sheriff's Deputy was entertaining the crowd.
But who is the man behind Barney Fife? Well his real name is David Browning, and we sent Kate Weidaw to learn more about him.
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(([NATS OF HIM WITH KIDS, AND FIFE TELLING KID BACK IN LINE]
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You can't mistake his voice and personality for anyone else.
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While you may think this is the real Deputy from Mayberry, Barney Fife's impersonator is David Browning.

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((DAVID BROWNING: SOMEBODY ASKED ME TO DO THE CHARACTER FOR THE DILLARDS CONCERT THEY WERE THE MOUNTAIN BLUE GRASS GROUP ON THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW AND I THREW A COSTUME TOGETHER IN 1998.))
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Browning saw the first episode of the Andy Griffith show back in 1960 and was hooked. Today he keeps both young and old faces smiling at Fife's wacky ways.
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((DAVID BROWNING: I WANT TO MAKE IT CLEAR THAT I'M NOT TRYING TO BE DON KNOTS I JUST WANT TO REMIND PEOPLE OF THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW.))
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((DAVID BROWNING: MOST TIMES I DON'T DO ANYTHING FROM THE SHOW BECAUSE I THINK THAT WOULD BE A FORMULA FOR FAILURE BECAUSE HE WAS A MASTER AT WHAT HE DID.))
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And with 30 years of acting under his belt from community theater in Bristol he calls himself an improvisational actor.

[NATS 12:47:41 lady asking about andy]
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You might wonder if Browning gets mistaken for the deputy when he's out of custom.

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((DAVID BROWNING: I WAS MISTAKEN FOR MICK JAGGER ONCE BUT THEN THEY REALIZED I DIDN'T HAVE THE LIPS FOR IT SO I JUST STUCK WITH BARNEY.))
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And his fans sure are happy their favorite deputy is in their hometown. Kate Weidaw News7 Salem.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Health officials link one restaurant to dozens of salmonella cases. That story is still ahead.
And oh, baby!
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A Washington woman gives birth to septuplets.
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((SHE WAS JUST SMILING YOU COULD TELL SHE WAS JUST CRYING AND HOLDING THE PICTURES VERY VERY HAPPY.))
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More on mother and babies coming up.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office with more on the big Mayberry night in Salem as nearly 7000 turn out to see Roy Stanley throw out the first pitch. The Express sale is final with the local ownership group acquiring the team. Steve Mason will have a complete wrapup of today's events. Plus, the Wizards top pick practices on the same day Kmart and the Commonwealth Games make news tonight on the big 7.)

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A Washington woman is the proud mother of NOT one... but seven babies.
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Tonight mom and the multiple newborns are resting in a Washington hospital-
Doctors say the five boys and two girls each weight about two pounds.
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((DR. SIVA SUBRAMANINA/GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL: WHAT WE ARE DOING BASICALLY IS KEEPING THEM IN AN INCUBATOR AND PROVIDING NUTRITION AND TAKING CARE OF ALL OF THE NEEDS OF THE BABIES.))
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The babies were delivered by C-section.
The mother who was taking fertility treatments is doing fine. She saw her babies for the first time tonight. [10 PLUS PAD]
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[Salmonella]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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State health officials say 25-reported cases of salmonella poisoning are indeed linked to one restaurant in Lynchburg.
But they say because the outbreak now appears to be under control, they will not release the restaurant's name,

Health officials say the restaurant's operator has restricted all infected employees from handling food .. and has dis-infected preparation areas.
The specific source of the outbreak has not been identified.

[OxyContin-ACLU]


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The American Civil Liberties Union says the Pulaski Police are going too far.
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Pulaski Police announced this week that they're asking local pharmacists to fingerprint any customers who they have reason to believe might be trying to fraudulently obtain otherwise legal narcotics.
The invisible ink fingerprinting would be done at the pharmacist's discretion, targeting the abuse of drugs like the painkiller OxyContin.
The Virginia A-C-L-U says honest people who are legally purchasing prescriptions will have a visceral reaction to the fingerprinting.
The A-C-L-U says the police should understand that they're using private sector pharmacists to violate people's privacy rights.
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[TALENT=Jean]
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The Pulaski Police say some banks and grocery stores require fingerprinting for some transactions already.


[Medicaid-Rides]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-22 1:27:01]
[GRAPHIC=Medical News]


Medicaid recipents needing a ride to the doctor are hitting a few bumps in the road.
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[SUPER=03-Danville]


New state guidelines require medicaid patients to call a broker service now rather than the old way of calling the transportation provider directly.
DynCorp is the broker for southside, Lynchburg, and Roanoke.
State officials say they've received hundreds of complaints from people having trouble getting through to DynCorp.
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((LEAH HAMAKER/DEPT. OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES: WE WANTED THEM TO HAVE A HIGH NUMBER OF PHONE LINES. WE DID SO READINESS REVIEWS WITH THEM PRIOR TO THE CONTRACT. AS IT TURNED OUT THE CALL VOLUME HAD ANTICIPATED. SO AS OF DAY ONE THEY INCREASED THEIR CALL CENTER CAPACITY.))
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For now, Virginia's Department of Medical Assistance Services wants medicaid recipients to go back to the old way of calling directly.
State officials say that will continue until the problems are worked out.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Celebrations in China, protests in other countries. Still ahead, the Olympic games are coming to Beijing.
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[WEB-ADDRESS]
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[Sisters-Missing]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=jja]
[TAPE#=Net]
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While much of the nation focuses on the Chandra Levy case.. another search is going on for two little sisters missing in Chicago.
At first it appeared to be the case of two lost youngsters... Now police fear there's a lot more to it.
Drew Levinson reports.
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((Another night-another vigil on Chicagos southside. So far prayers for the safe return of two little sisters have gone unanswered. TRACEY BRADLEY/MOTHER: IM JUST WISHING MY KIDS, WHOEVER OUT THERE GOT MY KIDS RETURN MY KIDS HOME.
Bradleys daughters--10-year old Tionda and three year old Diamond were last seen a week ago. TRACEY BRADLEY SAYS SHE LEFT HER CHILDREN ALONE WHILE SHE WENT TO WORK.WHEN SHE RETURNED LATER IN THE MORNING SHE FOUND A NOTE SHE BELIEVED WAS WRITTEN BY HER OLDER DAUGHTER-IT SAID THEY WERE COMING HERE TO THIS NEARBY SCHOOL. BRADLEY SAYS SHE WAITED UNTIL THE EVENING TO NOTIFY POLICE BECAUSE SHE THOUGHT THE KIDS WERE PLAYING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD. FBI agents have joined Police scouring the area-searching for the little girls. Though theres no evidence of a motive-police don't think the two little girls could simply vanish, so they've broadened their investigation. Supt. John Thomas/Chicago Police Department: WE HAVE A MISSING PERSONS AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION, PARALLELING ONE ANOTHER WE DO NOT WANT TO LOSE ANY TIME. But time has been lost seven days and still two little sisters are missing. Demitria Morris/Neighbor EVERYBODY IS ASKING THE SAME QUESTION WHEN WE WAKE UPHAVE YOU HEARD ANYTHING, HAVE YOU HEARD ANYTHING? People on the southside hope when they wake up tomorrow-they will hear something-something that tells them Tionda and her little sister Diamond are safe but right thats just hope. Drew Levinson, CBS News, Chicago.))



[Olympics]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
[TAPE#=Net]
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A controversial decision lands the 2008 Olympics in Beijing...The Chinese are ecstatic with the choice.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Beijing, China;]


The International Olympic Committee picked China over rival bids from Toronto, Paris, Istanbul, Turkey and Osaka, Japan.
The announcement set off a celebration.. in Beijing.
The city had been the front runner throughout the race.
I-O-C members believe the olympics will open China to the world and improve the human rights situation there.


[Super=03-Toronto, Canada;]


But others believe China's human rights record was the very reason Beijing should not get the games. In Toronto people protested the decision.
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[S-Extra]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The biggest Avalanche crowd of the season turns out to see Roy Stanley toss out the first pitch. Steve Mason has a wrapup on today's sale of the Roanoke Express. And the K-mart kids dominate Winston Cup qualifying.
But first in tonight's Extra Point.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-]

Kwame Brown, the Washington Wizards number one draft pick, signed his first NBA contract yesterday and then this afternoon went through his first workout with his new teammates. The seven foot, 240 pounder from Brunswick, Georgia said after his first practice that he's not close to being ready to play just yet. To make matters worse Michael Jordan suited up and practiced today. Now the scores.
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[S-Avalanche]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-101 1827TC]
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The Avalanche completed a three game sweep of the Winston-Salem Warthogs tonight in front of the biggest crowd of the season more nearly 7000 fans.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Warthogs vs. Avalanche; :00]

Roy Stanley would throw out the first pitch on this WDBJ-7 Mayberry Night, but he was the only one making a name for himself tonight. David Browning, the Barney Fife clone, had the crowd in stitches all evening long with his antics. And there also was an Opie Taylor "look-a-like" contest - that was eventually won by six year old Lucas Dillon of Salem, a rising first grader. A Salemite also took the top prize in the pie eating contest as Nickie Drummond destroyed her male competitors and a cherry pie. Oh yeah, they also played some baseball. Salem's Dan Phillips broke open a scoreless game in the fourth with a solo homer to left field.
[SUPER=37-Winston-Salem/0/Salem/2;]

Garrett Atkins also scored on a sacrifice fly in the sixth. The Avalanche and Barney turn the Warthogs into chickens and win 2-to-0.
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[S-Express]


[ANCHOR=mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP- 102 21:57]
[GRAPHIC=Express]


The Roanoke Express was sold this morning to the Roanoke ownership group. And while everyone that loves hockey is excited, Steve Mason says it's now time to get to work.
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[SUPER=01-Mike Lonchar/New Express Owner; :50]
[SUPER=04-2000 Season; 1:02]
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[SUPER=01-Daniel Berthiaume/Express Goalie; 1:28]
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[S-Chicago]


[ANCHOR=MIke]
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[WRITER=mst]
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NASCAR's first trip to the Chicago area and the brand new Chicago-Land speedway produced a Blue Light Special as Kmart drivers Todd Bodine and Jimmy Spencer won both front row starting spots for Sunday's Tropicana 400. Here's a look at the entire starting grid.
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[SUPER=0107-6. Kevin Harvick//7. Mike Skinner//8. Jerry Nadeau//9. Sterling Marlin//10. Brett Bodine//;]
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[S-Golf]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-103 1046TC]
[GRAPHIC=GOLF]


The Andrew Haley tournament wrapped up today at Mariner's Landing. Mary Stevens from Halifax won the girls open division. Hardy's Mitch Chandler won the 14 & 15 year old group. Martinsville's Trey Deel won a seven hole playoff with Justin Brown of Appomattox and the 16-thru-18 year old division.
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[VO-NAT]
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While Martinsville's Jerel Whiting the first round leader held on today to win the boy's 12-and-13 year old division with a 147 two day total.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE 1020] And keep in mind that tomorrow night we'll bring you LIVE flag to flag coverage of Late Model Stock Car racing from the New River Valley Speedway as Farm Bureau presents the Kroger-Pepsi 200. Hope you can you can join the News 7 sports team and special guest analyst Ronnie Thomas. Seven o'clock tomorrow night right here on WDBJ-7.
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