[1-News-Head]

[ANCHOR= Teresa]

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[VO-NAT]

Hundreds both young and old gather in Roanoke to reflect on an important part of the city's history. Coming up on NEWS 7 at six... a reunion for the city's first all black high school.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

And, a Firestone tire is blamed for an accident that shuts down part of the I-81.


[Sports-head]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
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In sports, highlighs from the Brickyard 400 at Indy, the Roanoke College men's soccer team head to Brazil to play the best, women's British Open highlights
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[VO-NAT]


and major league baseball including a trip to Milwaukee for the Braves and the Brewers.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Jacey]
[SS=None]


If you thought today was warm... wait until you see next week's temperatures... we're moving into the nineties. And we'll check on the progress of Tropical Storm Barry... coming up.

[Lucy-Addison]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=6 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-32 - TC-49:46]
[GRAPHIC=N7 at 6]


Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.
Students at Lucy Addison High School didnt just learn about history, they lived it.
For fifty years, the only black high school in Roanoke educated and shaped thousands of young lives.
News 7's Justin McLeod shows us how the school continues to reach and teach long after closing its doors.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]
[SUPER=01-Levi Hale/Class of 1954; :08](QUICK BITE)
[SUPER=01-Harold Cannady/Local Historian; :25]
[SUPER=01-Mattie Johnson/Class of 1961; :42]
[SUPER=01-Iris Dodd Manning/Class of 1954; 103:]
[SUPER=01-Charles Price/Former Instructor; 1:30]
[SUPER=@Justin2]
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[OUT Q=News 7, Roanoke]

((((NAT SOUND AT PICNIC))
It was a day to reminisce, meet new friends, and say hello to old ones.
[SOT 25:33]
[IN Q=I wouldnt miss it for nothing]

((LEVI HALE/CLASS OF 1954: I WOULDN'T MISS IT FOR NOTHING (LAUGHS). I WOULDN'T MISS IT FOR NOTHING.))
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[OUT Q=it for nothing]

Nothing but good memories here. Its a reunion to remember the first all black high school in Roanoke. The school opened in the 1920's with the help and guidance of Lucy Addison.
[SOT 9:30]
[IN Q=One of the biggest she had to fight]

((HAROLD CANNADY/LOCAL HISTORIAN: ONE OF THE BIGGEST PROBLEMS SHE HAD TO FIGHT WAS THE IGNORANCE OF HER AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY BECAUSE A LOT OF THEM DIDN'T SEE A VALUE OF AN EDUCATION AT THAT TIME.))
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[OUT Q=at that time]


At that time, many blacks chose employment rather than an education.
But those who decided to attend school say it changed their lives for the better.
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[IN Q=We had the best black strong]

((MATTIE JOHNSON/CLASS OF 1961: WE HAD THE BEST BLACK STRONG TEACHERS. THEY WERE ROLE MODELS. THEY WERE SOMEONE TO LOOK UP TO. AND THEY REALLY TAUGHT US GOOD STANDARDS OF LIFE.))
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[OUT Q=good standards of life]


The life of Lucy Addison High School eventually ended in the 1970's when integration took over.
Today, the building houses a magnet school.
But some still long for the good old days.
[SOT 23:17]
[IN Q=Integration is good]

((IRIS DODD MANNING: INTEGRATION IS GOOD BUT... REPORTER: YOU STILL WISH THERE WAS A SCHOOL. MANNING: I LIKE THE BLACK SCHOOLS LIKE ADDISON HIGH SCHOOL. THAT'S WHERE WE LEARNED EVERYTHING, THATS WHY WE'VE GONE AS FAR AS WE HAVE GONE NOW.))
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[OUT Q=we have gone now]


Now, every three years the school holds a reunion in Roanoke.
This year's event attracted more than seven hundred people, from as far away as Alaska and Germany. Even former teachers of Lucy Addison made the journey home.
[SOT 18:27]
[IN Q=And you think about]

((CHARLES PRICE/FORMER INSTRUCTOR: AND YOU THINK ABOUT WHAT THEY DID TO HELP SHAPE YOUR LIFE TO SEE ALL THESE STUDENTS SOMEWHERE TOUCH MY LIFE AS MUCH AS MUCH AS I TOUCHED THEIRS.))
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[OUT Q=I touched theirs]


Lucy Addison High School may be gone but its not forgotten.
After all, many say its founder and its vision continue to be a real class act. Justin McLeod, News 7, Roanoke.))


[Gilmore-Governor]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=01-34 - TC-29:12]
[GRAPHIC=Gilmore]

Governor Gilmore is rubbing elbows today with Governors from around the country.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Providence, RI/National Governors Association ;]

Gilmore is in Providence, Rhode Island attending the National Governors Association Annual Meeting where energy is expected to be a hot topic.
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[SOT 04:51:08]
[IN Q=I think it's ]

((JIM GILMORE: I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT TO BE IN A POSITION WHERE WE CAN HAVE MORE AND MORE CONSERVATION AND MORE AND MORE ENERGY PRODUCED AND HAT MEANS WE HAVE TO HAVE A BALANCED APPROACH AND ONE THAT ALSO GIVES US THE OPPORTUNITY TO FIND NEW RESERVES IN ENERGY. THE ABILITY FOR EXAMPLE TO HAVE CLEAN COAL RESEARCH, I THINK THAT'S VERY GOOD SO THAT WE CAN UTILIZE THE NATURAL RESOURCES WE HAVE IN PLACES LIKE WEST VIRGINIA.))
[SUPER=@Gilmore;]
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[OUT Q=like west virginia.]
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[GRAPHIC=Gilmore]

The meeting kicked off today. In addition to energy matters, the governors are expected to discuss education as well as concerns related to the economy.




[Hate-Crime]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=6 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=01-37 TC-31:48]
[GRAPHIC=none]


An area minister uses a message of hate to preach a message of peace.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


This comes just days after an incident of gay bashing at the Metropolitan Community Church in downtown Roanoke.
On Wednesday night, two men were attacked as they left a bible study around 8:30.
Church members have faith attitudes towards the gay community will change.
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[SOT 17:51:00]
[IN Q=I dont believe its a setback]

((REV. CATHERINE HOUCHINS: I DONT BELIEVE ITS A SETBACK. I THINK ITS AN ALERT. JUST LIKE ALL PEOPLE IN OUR WORLD UNFORUNATELY THERE IS A LOT OF EVIL, WE HAVE TO BE CAUTIOUS. BUT WE DON'T BELIEVE ITS A SETBACK. WE SEE IT AS A CHANCE TO COME TOGETHER TO BE STRENGTHENED AND TO GO FORWARD, TELLING THE MESSAGE THAT WE HAVE TO TELL THIS COMMUNITY.))
[SUPER=01-Rev. Catherine Houchins/Metropolitan Community Church]
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[OUT Q=to tell this community]
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[VO-NAT]


Houchins says the incident prompted four new members to join the church.
The two that were injured escaped with just minor cuts and bruises.
No one has been arrested for the attack.
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[81-Accident]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=01-33 TC-33:32]
[GRAPHIC=81 Accident]

Officials say a blown Firestone tire on a Ford Explorer forced the closure of the Northbound lanes of I-81 in Roanoke County overnight..
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[VO] Both lanes were closed at the 581 exit for several hours... after an Explorer careened over a guardrail and into nearby woods. The driver and his passenger - both from Tennessee - are reportedly in stable condition. The driver says he does not believe his Firestone tires had the serial number of tires that have been recalled in the last year.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[SS=NONE]


Still to come on News 7, a local man weighs in on stem cell research...
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[VO-NAT]

and southwest virginia and parts of a neighboring state are cleaning up after even more flooding. We'll have more in just a minute, but first here's Jacey in the WeatherCenter.
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[Tazewell-Relief]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=01-36 TC-43:41]
[GRAPHIC=Flooding]

More weather troubles for Southwest Virginia.
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[vo-nat]
[SUPER=04-Last Month]

Just after receiving one and a half MILLION dollars in federal aid - Tazewell County is again drenched with rain. Nearly two-and-a-half inches of rain fell in the Southwest Virginia county in one hour last night. No one was injured. More than 200 Tazewell County residents had already applied for financial relief after President Bush declared the County a federal disaster area.
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[TN-Flooding]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Flooding]


Authorities say flooding has left a lot of damage in eastern Tennessee -- but no deaths or injuries.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Greene Co., TN; ]

Flood waters as high as 20 feet washed out several homes and damaged about 70 roads around Greeneville. Some people are still stranded. Emergency officials say eight people who were reported missing yesterday have been accounted for. The flooding followed heavy rains Friday night and yesterday.
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[Health-Check]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=Health Check]
[GRAPHIC=Health Check]

In this week's health check, officials keep a close watch on the West Nile virus. And it's a first for Southwest, Virginia... A local shelter plans to open its own Health Center.
Plus -- a local man takes a very personal interest in stem cell research. Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has more.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-William Boyd/Stem Cell Research Supporter; 12]
[SUPER=07-William Guynn; :37]
[SUPER=01-Laura Thomas/Health Department Inspector; 57]
[SUPER=01-Joy Sylvester-Johnson/Rescue Mission; 1:17]
[SUPER=01-Margaret Ursprung/Congregational Nurse; 1:38]
[SUPER=@Joy2; 1:50]
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[OUT Q=I'm JS.]

(([tape 01-22, 1:53:20]
For William Boyd, research involving human embryos could be his only chance to walk again. Boyd was paralyzed in a construction accident. He has been wheelchair- bound ever since.
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[SOT 1:30:09]
[IN Q=if they inject]

((WILLIAM BOYD/STEM CELL RESEARCH SUPPORTER; IF THEY INJECT MY BACKBONE WITH STEM CELLS THAN THAT CAN GROW PLACES BACK THAT ARE BROKEN. ))
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[OUT Q=THAT ARE BROKEN]


Boyd hopes to participate in an experimental trial. [tape 501-06, 44:43]
In other Health News, he's a 16 year old high school student --who's been hired by the Health Department to collect mosquito larva.
William Guynn's work could help prevent a future outbreak of the West Nile Virus.
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[SOT5:41:04]
[IN Q=I'm looking for where mosquitos breed]

((I'M LOOKING FOR WHERE MOSQUITOS BREED AND I TAKE THAT DATA AND I MAP IT AND THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT HEALTH MAKES IT AVAILABLE TO GOVERNMENTS TO MAKE SURE IF WEST NILE VIRUS EVER DOES COME TO THIS AREA WE CAN CONTAIN IT))
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[OUT Q=can contain it]


Health officials are also keeping track of dead birds in the area --to monitor virus activity.
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[SOT 15:01:53]
[IN Q=We're expectating that it will be]

((WE'RE ARE EXPECTING THAT IT WILL BE HERE EVEN THIS YEAR OR NEXT YEAR THAT WE COULD GET IN THE VALLEY.))
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[OUT Q=in the valley.]

[TAPE 501-03, 44:20]
In other health news, Roanoke's Rescue Mission plans to open its own Health Center next summer.
The Center will offer free medical and psychiatric care to any homeless person. The Rescue Mission hopes the new addition will save lives.
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[SOT21:11]
[IN Q=We lost 14 people last year that didn't]

((WE LOST 14 PEOPLE LAST YEAR THAT DIDN'T NEED TO DIE --THAT DIED PREMATURE DEATHS --WE'VE SEEN PEOPLE OVER AND OVER HAVE WHAT COULD BE SIMPLE CORRECTIONS GO INTO MAJOR MEDICAL ISSUES))
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[OUT Q=medical issues]


And it's community health -- that has two local churches doing more than PREACHING healthier lifestyles.
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[SOT12:51:38]
[IN Q=All of the gospel messagers are of]

((ALL THE GOSPEL MESSAGES ARE OF HEALING.. HEALING THE BODY THE MIND AND THE SPIRIT. SO ADDING A PHYSICAL COMPONENT THROUGH A NURSE IS JUST AN OUTREACH OF A CHURCH'S MISSION STATEMENT))
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[OUT Q=church's mission statement]


Nurse Margaret Ursprung has been hired by Loudon Avenue Christian Church and Rosalind Hills Baptist church.
Her job is provide a healthy foundation for the congregation and community. She's helped Dorothy Taylor get free glasses and low cost prescriptions... and the list goes on.
That's this weeks health check, I'm Joy Sutton.))

[Tease#2]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[SS=NONE]

Still to come on News 7, Steve Mason will join us with highlights from the day on the diamond...
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[VO-NAT]


You know who the first president of the United States was - and you know who the current president of the United States is. A local boy is making a name for himself by remembering the ones in between.
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[Praveen-Profile]
[anchor=Teresa]
[writer=chr]
[tape=Va Profile]
[graphic=Va Profile]


A quick quiz for our viewers, who was our 27th president? If William Howard Taft escaped you, you may want to take a few lessons from a New River Valley youngster who is making a name for himself by having a remarkable memory for names... In today's Virginia Profile - meet Praveen (prah-VEEN) Polamraju (POLL-umm-RAH-zoo).
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[SOT from DENISE tape TC 4:28:02]
[IN Q=GEORGE WASHINGTON]

((4:28:02-GEORGE WASHINGTON WAS PRES FROM 1789 TO 1797 -- AND HE WAS BORN IN 1732 AND HE DIED IN 1799 -- 4:28:20 ))
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[OUT Q=HIS PARTY WAS FEDERALIST]

[cutaway of Praveen either from DENISE TAPE or from PRODUCTION TAPE ] That's not all this elementary school student can tell you about George Washington.
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[SOT from DENISE TAPE TC 4:28:11]
[IN Q=And he was]

((4:28:11 -- AND HE WAS BORN IN 1732 AND HE DIED IN 1799 -- 4:28:20 -- AND HIS PARTY WAS FEDERALIST - 4:28:27))
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[OUT Q=his party was federalist.]

[shot of Gilbert Linkous Elementary school from PRODUCTION TAPE TC 1:17:06] Praveen Polamraju is a student at Gilbert Linkous Elementary school in Blacksburg. [Praveen at computer from PRODUCTION TAPE TC 1:05:32] Like many 7-year-olds - he enjoys time on the computer - [Praveen playing keyboard from PRODUCTION TAPE TC 33:36] and likes playing music... But unlike many 7 -year-olds - or, [bring up Praveen reciting presidents at school] many PEOPLE, for that fact, Praveen has a talent that's attracted national attention.
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[SOT from PRODUCTION TAPE TC 26:33]
[IN Q=William Howard Taft]

((26:33 - WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT WAS THE 27TH PRES... WAS THE 29TH PRES - 26:43 ))
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[OUT Q=the 29th President.]

[show best cover shots of his parents and his mother, from DENISE TAPE TC 4:31:53 and 4:34:42] Prasad (pruh-SODD) and Padma (PODD-muh) Polamraju say CD-Roms sparked their son's interest in American presidents... [cover of Praveen from Denise interview] Praveen was featured on CNN. [cover of Praveen's father then cover of family from Denise interview] His father had contacted the network - after seeing a TV show that poked fun at how LITTLE some people know about politics.
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[SOT from DENISE TAPE TC 4:38:14]
[IN Q=I THINK]

((4:38:14 -- I THINK I REMEMBER JAY LENO SHOWING THE PICTURE OF AL GORE ON THE TV TO UM SOME TEEN AGERS AND THEY WERE SAYING ALL NAMES BUT AL GORE - 4:38:25))
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[OUT Q=ALL NAMES BUT AL GORE]



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[SOT from PRODUCTION TAPE TC 1:07:36]
[IN Q=]

((1:07:36 -- GORE WON ILLINOIS AND IT HAS 22 ELECTORAL VOTES - 1:07:39 ))
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[OUT Q=22 ELECTORAL VOTES]

[Praveen standing at floor map with teacher from PRODUCTION TAPE] Last year's presidential election also sparked Praveen's interest in the electoral college...
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[SOT from PRODUCTION TAPE TC 1:07:49]
[IN Q=Colorado]

((COLORADO HAS 8 ELECTORAL VOTES AND BUSH WON IT...))
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[OUT Q=BUSH WON IT]

[continue footage of Praveen at map with teacher] The end result? Praveen understands a lot more about last year's election - [Praveen cover from Denise interview] than do most of the people who were old enough to vote in it. But rare presidential knowledge may not help out with his planned career choice.
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[SOT from DENISE TAPE 4:27:31 - :34]
[IN Q=I WANT]

((I WANT TO BE A DENTIST))
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[OUT Q=BE A DENTIST]

[cover shot with Praveen's father in it] His father's newest goal for Praveen may help out with that.
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[SOT from DENISE TAPE TC 4:39:05]
[IN Q=HE SEEMS TO]

((4:39:05 - THE NEXT THINGS I WANT TO TRY IS PERIODIC TABLE IN CHEMISTRY WITH ALL ELEMENTS))
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[OUT Q=CHEMISTRY WITH ALL ELEMENTS.]

If previous success [cover of Praveen reciting presidents from PRODUCTION TAPE] is any indication - the elements SHOULDN'T be a problem.
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[SOT from PRODUCTION TAPE TC 27:18]
[IN Q=RONALD REAGAN]

((27:24 GEORGE H BUSH... GEORGE W BUSH IS 43RD PRESIDENT - 27:36))
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[OUT Q=is 43rd President.]))






[S-Brickyard]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-97]
[GRAPHIC=Indy speedway]


Winston Cup drivers ran the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway today and ___ holds on for the win in race number 21 of 36.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/NBC; :00]


Drivers would have to brave 400 miles or 160 laps at the legendary track. Jimmy Spence wea on the pole for the first time since 1994.
The first caution flag goes out just a few laps in in a four car crash off turn two that invloved Mark Martin, Matt Kenseth, Robert Pressley and Andy Houston. Houston got loose and caused the wreck.
Rixcky Rudd, competing for a points title, brings out the next caution. His car was overheating om lap 22.
Pit road was alos a dangerous place as Hut Strivklin and Dale Earnhardt Junior get together.
Dave Blaney also invloved in a wreck as his car goes up in flames.
With 400 miles in the books Tony Stewart was strong in second but not as strong as Steve Park who was 4 seconds up.


But after a late caution, Jeff Gordon takes the lead on the re-start in front of the home crowd with around 25 laps to go.
Jerry Nadeau brings out another caution and we have a restart with 18 laps to go. And Gordon hold on to win the Brickyard 400 for a third time. He won this event back in 1994 and 1998.
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Sterling Marlin was second, Johnny Benson third, Rusty Wallace fourth, and rookie Kurt Busch was fifth.[S-MLB]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP_96]
[GRAPHIC=Braves]


The Atlanta Braves spanked the Milwaukee Brewers 14 to 2 yesterday. Would Sunday afternoon bring the same results?

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Milwaukee, WI/FOX; :00]

To Miller Park we go and we pick it up in the top of the third, Milwaukee leading 4-3. Not for long.
Dave Martinez singles to right field and Marcus Miles is gonna come on down to tie the game at 4 all.
[SUPER=35-Atlanta/12/Milwaukee/8;]Then, Andru Jones with another one bagger, this one to center field, the hit plate

s BJ Surhoff and Chipper Jones to give Atlanta a 6-4 advantage. A sacrifice fly makes it 7-4 Braves.
Milwaukee closes to within 1 in the bottom of the third. Jose Hernandez singles in Richie Sexson and Devon White. But the Braves win it 12-8.
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[S-Majors]


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[WRITER=sma]
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[SUPER=03-Toronto, Canada/Orioles vs. Blue Jays; :00]


To the American league and the Orioles taking on the Toronto Blu Jays. Jose Cruz Junior homered twice to lead Toronto past Baltimore 5-to-4. Cruz was 3-for-4 with three R-B-I's as the Blue Jays completed a three-game series sweep. Cru
z also doubled. Raul Mondesi also [SUPER=35-Toronto/5/Baltimore/4;]homered for the Jays. Josh Towers gave up both of th

e home runs to Cruz and took the loss, falling to 6-and-7. Winning pitcher Esteban Loaiza, who pitched in Salem with the old Buccaneers, allowed three runs on nine hits over six and a-third innings. Baltimore's Cal Ripken singled and doubled to extend his hitting streak to 14 games.
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[S-Score]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-100]
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[VO-NAT wipe to #eng!!!!!]
[SUPER=03-Boston, MA/Rangers vs. Red Sox; :00]

lets move on to Boston where the Red Sox and the Texas Rangers went head to head. The Sox take the win 6-3 thanks to Rolando Arrojo (ah-row-ho). He earns his first victory since the first of July.
He gave up one run on three hits over six innings to even his record at 3-and-3. He got some help from Manny Ramirez who absolutely crushes this pitch over the left field monster.
Another great would alos homer, but this time the Rangers Alex Rodrriquez gets a hold of the pitch, still not enough as Boston wins.
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[S-Soccer]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-104 26:02]
[GRAPHIC=Soccer]


The Roanoke College men's soccer team left for Brazil yesterday for a two week trip where the Maroons will play soccer against some of the country's best youth soccer teams.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Daleville; :00]


Roanoke will play six games on the trip and the competition should be some of the best the maroons have ever faced.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="I can't]
[SUPER=01-Scott Allison/Roanoke College Men's Soccer Coach; :00]
[RUNS=:21]
[OUT Q=.....play a different style"]
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[VO-NAT]

In order to prepare for the trip, many of the Maroons have been working soccer camps through out the valley. 17 players, three coaches and a parent are traveling on what should be a soccer and life changing trip.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="just]
[SUPER=01-Glenn Hayman/Maroons Sophomore Sweeper; :00]
[SUPER=01-Brandon Moffett/Roanoke Junior Forward; :06]
[SUPER=01-Blake MaKeen/Roanoke Junior Midfield; :18]
[RUNS=:30]
[OUT Q=.....country"]
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[S-British]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-99]
[GRAPHIC=Golf]


The winner of the 1998 U-S Open and L-P-G-A Championship titles has added the Women's British Open to her collection of major golf crowns.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Sunnindale, England/ABC; :00]

Se Ri Pak (seh ree pahk) shot a final-round 66 today to cap an 11-under-par 277, finishing two strokes ahead of Mi Kim. Pak got better as the rounds went by starting with a 71, then a second round 70 and a third round 70. But her final r(------------) ound was her best, a six under 66 for the win.