[Open-Heads]

[ANCHOR=Marya]

[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
[SUPER=@Marya1;]
[SUPER=@Jacey1;]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Hundreds of Roy Stanley's family and friends gathered to say goodbye....
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And Colin Powell and Yasser Arafat meet with NO resolution this morning at Palestinian headquarters... we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.


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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Roy-Funeral]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-15 TC-1:00:56]
[GRAPHIC=Roy Stanley]

His hearty laugh and big smile is what most of us will remember about Roy Stanley. Roy made weekends at Your Hometown Station his home for more than two decades, retelling the day in sports in a modest style. Besides the man you saw on television, he was a father, brother, and a good friend. Justin McLeod shows us how Roy meant so much to so many people.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jim Kent/WDBJ-7 News Director; :45]
[SUPER=01-Kory Blackwell/Family Friend; 1:04]
[SUPER=01-Jean Jadhon/WDBJ-7 Anchor; 1:32]
[RUNS=2:07]
[OUT Q=Roy Stanley, News 7 Sports]

((((SHOTS OF PEOPLE GOING INTO THE CHURCH))
They came by the hundreds.
Family, friends, co-workers, former colleagues, even people who never knew Roy Stanley but felt they did through his years on television.
[SOT 8:31:41; 8:33:04]
[IN Q=Everywhere he went]

((ED GREEN/FORMER R.C. BASKETBALL COACH: EVERYWHERE HE WENT EVERYBODY LIKED HIM, EVERYBODY ENJOYED HIM. HE WAS A CHARACTER, HE WAS A CHARACTER IN A VERY POSITIVE WAY.)) ((CLAUDE PICHE/FORMER PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY PLAYER: HE WAS SUCH HAPPY GO LUCKY GUY EVERYDAY OF HIS LIFE.))
[Runs= 09]
[OUT Q=everyday of his life]


Roy spent a lot of his happy days here at WDBJ-7 where he was a sportscaster for more than thirty years.
Roy made friends everywhere he went, whether it was on the golf course or at a high school football game.
It was that trademark laugh and his outgoing personality that made him so special to so many people.
[SOT 8:34:20]
[IN Q=Roy was Roy]

((JIM KENT/WDBJ NEWS DIRECTOR: ROY WAS ROY AND HE JUST WAS HIMSELF AND EVERYBODY LOVED HIM FOR IT AND I DON'T THINK HE HAD ANY IDEA THERE WAS THIS KIND OF FEELING OUT THERE.))
[Runs= 07]
[OUT Q=feeling out there]


Roy was more than just Roy Stanley the sportscaster.
He was a family man who loved to spend time with his children.
Family friends remember a guy who was always cracking a joke and a smile.
[SOT 8:40:19]
[IN Q=I think the most]

((KORY BLACKWELL/FAMILY FRIEND: I USED TO BE IN THE BAND WITH HIS SON AND HIS DAUGHTER AT WILLIAM FLEMING HIGH SCHOOL AND I THINK THE MOST I WILL MISS ABOUT HIM HE USE TO SAY I WALK A LITTLE TOO SLOW AS WERE MARCHING IN OUR PARADES AND EVERYTHING SO I THINK THAT WILL BE ABOUT WHAT I WILL MISS ABOUT HIM.))
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[OUT Q=miss about him]


Roy will also be greatly missed in his hometown of Wytheville where people knew him by his nickname Petie.
And there's no counting the thousands of viewers who watched Roy over the years here on your hometown station.
[SOT 8:41:24]
[IN Q=Its definetely not going to]

((JEAN JADHON/WDBJ ANCHOR: IT'S DEFINETELY NOT GOING TO BE THE SAME AT CHANNEL 7 WITHOUT ROY. HE'S JUST ONE OF THOSE GUYS WHO SMILES EVERYTIME YOU SEE HIM AND IT'S JUST GOING TO BE THIS BIG EMPTY SPOT WITHOUT HIM THERE. WE'RE GOING TO MISS HIM.))
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[OUT Q=going to miss him]


His colleague Mike Stevens said it best at Roy's funeral.
If you know yourself, be yourself, and give of yourself, you will live an abundant life.
There's no doubt Roy Stanley lived that everyday of his life.
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[SOT]
[INQ=NAT SOUND]

((ROY STANLEY; ROY STANLEY, NEWS 7 SPORTS...))
[OUTQ=STANLEY, NEWS 7 SPORTS.]


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[ANCHOR=Teresa]


Roy Stanley's family has asked that memorial contributions be made to the Wytheville Training School cultural center.
Please note in your donation that it is in memory of Roy Stanley.
The address is 205 Tazewell Street. Wytheville, Virginia, 24382. [WIPE TO WDBJ7.COM FS] If you would like to share your memories about Roy, you can go to WDBJ-7 dot com. That's where you can share your thoughts and memories with others about Virginia's dean of sportscasters.
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[Powell-Arafat]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=NET]
[GRAPHIC=Powell]


Secretary of State Colin Powell says talks this morning with Yasser Arafat were "useful and constructive"... but he says he made no progress in advancing peace in the Middle East.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-West Bank;]


The two men are met at Arafat's damaged headquarters in the West Bank.
Powell traveled from Jerusalem in a motorcade of six armored vans.
He was guarded by soldiers armed with submachine guns as he entered the Palestinian leader's compound.
Powell Arafat asked Arafat to take firm action to end suicide bombings and other attacks against Israel.
They plan to meet again tomorrow.
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[Natural-Bridge]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-06 1:00:54]
[GRAPHIC=Natural Bridge]


The Secretary of Interior made a trip to Natural Bridge this weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Natural Bridge/Yesterday]


She was there to help mark Private Conservation Day.
As the featured speaker, Gale Norton spoke of government plans to work more with the private sector to promote conservation efforts.
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[SOT 16:24:34]
[IN Q=It is a 100 million]

((GALE NORTON/SECRETARY OF INTERIOR: IT IS A 100-MILLOIN DOLLAR PROPOSAL THAT WE HAVE THAT WOULD GO ACROSS THE COUNTRY FOR COMEPTITIVE GRANTS FOR CONSERVATION INITATIVES. WE ALSO HAVE A LAND OWNER INCENTIVE PROGRAM THAT WOULD PROVIDE 60 MILLION DOLLARS TO ENHANCE ON PRIVATE LANDS FOR ENDANGERED SPECIES.))
[SUPER=01-Gale Norton/U. S. Secretary of Interior]
[RUNS=:18]
[OUT Q=for endangered species.]
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[VO-NAT]


Norton says Natural Bridge is a perfect example of private conservation since it has been owned privately for more than 200 years.
That is why the owners of Natural Bridge were chosen as this year's receipents of the "Private Conservationists of the Year" award.
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[Tease#1]



[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT]
It's that time of year when everyone is looking for great ways to enjoy the warm temperatures -
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning
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[VO-NAT]

We'll show you on of the tastiest ways to savor the season right here in Southwest Virginia.
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[Lotto]
[Break #1]



[Series-Overview]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tst]
[TAPE#=02-11 TC 40:50]
[GRAPHIC=Building for the Future]

[**ANCHOR TAG**]
Your Hometown Station is moving.
The new place is not far from our current facility. But it's light years away in many respects.
This week we'll offer you a preview of our new home and talk about some of the special things that have happened here in our old one.
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[Take Building FS 4688]
Here's Keith Humphry to kick off our series "Building for the Future".
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[SOT]
[IN Q=We've been broadcasting]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Ron MacDonald/WDBJ-7 1960's News Director; :11]
[SUPER=01-Bob Lee/WDBJ-7 General Manager; :18]
[SUPER=@keith1; :36]
[SUPER=01-John Harkrader/Former WDBJ-7 General Manager; 1:08]
[SUPER=07-Irv Sharp; 1:28]
[RUNS=2:00]
[OUT Q=it's all here. Keith Humphry, NEWS 7.]


(( We've been broadcasting at 2001 Colonial Avenue in SouthWEST Roanoke for more than 40 years.
Now, there's a new home waiting for us on Hershberger Road near the airport. RON MACDONALD/FORMER WDBJ7 ANCHOR: THIS WAS A GREAT BUILDING FOR 1960s TV.
We outgrew the newsroom years ago.
The roof leaks. BOB LEE/WDBJ7 GENERAL MANAGER: AND WE'VE HAD PLUMBING PROBLEMS, AND SOME, THE BEGINNINGS OF SOME MINOR STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS.
Someday pretty soon, somebody will stop the revolving sign on top of the building, turn out the lights for the last time, and an era in Virginia broadcasting will come to an end.
You've heard the phrase, "If these walls could only talk...." Well, in a way, they CAN. In many places throughout the building, the walls are lined with videotapes. Thousands of news stories we've told over the years.
These stories were once up-to-the-minute news. Today, they're a record of our region's history over the last half century.
While we're packing up, we'll reach into our archives for a look back at some memorable stories from the past.
We'll show you how our business has changed during our years on Colonial Avenue. Some of the changes happened right in your living room. JOHN HARKRADER/FORMER WDBJ7 GENERAL MANAGER: LAST NIGHT AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK, CHANNEL 7 BROADCAST ITS FIRST PROGRAM IN LIVE, LOCAL COLOR. Of course, a television station is more than just concrete and electronics. ANN COMPTON/FORMER WDBJ7 REPORTER: ANN COMPTON, CHANNEL 7 NEWS.
We remember the PEOPLE who laid the figurative foundation we stand on today... no matter where our building is located.
As we begin broadcasting from our NEW home, we'll turn our attention to the future. We'll take you inside one of the most advanced television stations in the world. We'll report on developments that will soon change the way you look at television -- even the way you THINK about television. Our own experts will provide information you'll need to prepare for the world of digital T-V. We're still Your Hometown Station and it's all right here. Keith Humphry, NEWS 7.))
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
[GRAPHIC=Hold]


Tomorrow on News 7 Mornin', the move into our present building 40 years ago. At the time .. it was state-of-the art.
News-7 Sunday Mornin' will be right back.

[Time-Off]


[ANCHOR=Jacey]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=Time Off]
[GRAPHIC=Time Off]

You may know Charlottesville as the town that houses U-V-A. But a much younger group of people is also learning in C-ville. In this week's Time Off Shannon Young takes us to Central Virginia for a play-break at the Virginia Discovery Museum.


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[SOT]
[IN Q=Yeah, turn that one on.]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]
[SUPER=01-Peter Clark/Virginia Discovery Museum; :29]
[SUPER=@Shannon1; 1:21]
[RUNS=1:52]
[OUT Q=STD]
(([SOT 1:43:14-2:43:25]
[IN Q=Yeah, turn that one on.]

((Yeah, turn that one on, turn that one on. That's a red one. And turn on the blue one. Yeah, that one's the blue one. Very good.))
[RUNS= :11]
[OUT Q=blue one. Very good.]

Illumination. That's goal of the Virginia Discovery Museum... to help kids shed light on the world around them. What started out as a Junior League project in 1981 has blossomed into a cornerstone of Charlottesville's Downtown Mall and now sees more than 40-thousand visitors a year.
[SOT 2:34:17-2:24:28]
[IN Q=An environement like this...]

((Peter Clark/Virginia Discovery Museum: An environment like this provides the children the opportunity to experiment on their own, not to be afraid to take chances and try something, plenty of opportunity to be creative.))
[RUNS= :11]
[OUT Q=opportunity to be creative.]

The museum's designed for kids aged one to ten. Hands-on, permanent exhibits range from a a real log cabin...
[SOT 2:35:39-2:35:45]
[IN Q=Originally, the building was a little bit larger...]

((Peter Clark: Originally, the building was a little bit larger and, apparently there'd been a fire and you can see some of the charred logs.))
[RUNS= :06]
[OUT Q=You can see some of the charred logs.]

...to a pirate ship to the Take Apart Table where kids can dismantle stuff they might not be allowed to touch at home.

[SOT 2:38:36-2:38:43]
[IN Q=Anyway, after they finish with these...]

((Peter Clark: Anyway, after they finish with these lazer printers we'll bring out a printer and a computer tomorrow, I believe.))
[RUNS= :07]
[OUT Q=a computer, tomorrow I believe.]

The museum also offers art projects, afterschool programs, field trips and the back gallery, an exhibit that rotates every few months. Right now the focus is rainbows, reflection and refraction.
[SOT - STANDUP - 2:45:45-2:45:56]
[IN Q=The best part about a children's museum...]

((SHAN STANDUP: THE BEST PART ABOUT A CHILDREN'S MUSEUM IS THAT KIDS CAN LEARN WHILE PLAYING SO IT DOESN'T FEEL LIKE LEARNING. AS WITH THIS EXHIBIT THAT SHOWS HOW MIRRORS CAN BE USED TO CREATE AN ILLUSION.))
[RUNS= :11]
[OUT Q=used to create an illusion.]

Child Magazine recently ranked the Virginia Discovery Museum one of the top fifty children's museums in the country. But Clark says even adults find they need a little light in their life.
[SOT 2:33:26-2:33:31]
[IN Q=There was a parent who'd never been here before...]

((Peter Clark: There was a parent who'd never been here before and she said, "You have a great museum!" You know, thank you very much.))
[RUNS= :05]
[OUT Q=You know, thank you very much.]

Shannon Young, News 7, Charlottesville.))


[Softball-Benefit]


[ANCHOR=Teres]
[NEWSCAST=11 PM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-03 TC-1:19:14]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Some area baseball players scored a major victory this weekend - all for a good cause
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Roanoke Parks and Recreation sponsored the first annual Ted Lamar Junior Softball tournament.
He is an umpire who was recently diagnosed with Steven Johnson disease.
It is a life threatening condition where people have severe reaction to medication which causes severe skin problems.

Proceeds from the tournament will benefit Ted Lamar as well as provide scholarships for underprivileged kids in Roanoke.
The event raised several thousand dollars.
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[2Open-Heads]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... Colin Powell meets with Yasser Arafat this morning, pushing for peace in the Middle East ...
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And local residents shopping for a bargain ended up helping the Grandin Theatre ...
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to hello]

[VIN-Etching]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-05 TC-1:31:57]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Area law enforcement officers are working to shift gears on auto theft.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday]


The Roanoke Police Department along with Virginia State Police held a free Vehicle Identification Number etching event at Valley View Mall.
Officers say having your V.I.N. number marked permanently on a vehicle's windows helps to steer thieves away.
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[SOT 49:34]
[IN Q=If you VIN etched]

((RANDY BEESON/VA STATE POLICE: IF YOU VIN ETCHED ALL THE GLASS TO GIVE IT A NEW IDENTITY, THEY WOULD HAVE TO REPLACE ALL THE GLASS. REPLACING GLASS IS TIME CONSUMING, EXPENSIVE, AND SOMETHING THIEVES DON'T WANT TO DO SO IF THEY KNOW ITS VIN ETCHED THEY WILL AVOID IT ALL COSTS.))
[SUPER=01-Randy Beeson/Virginia State Police]
[RUNS=:12]
[OUT Q=it at all costs]
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[VO-NAT]

The procedure takes less than fifteen minutes and the etching is done with chemcials so it does NOT damage the vehicle. Officers also took this opportunity to tell drivers other ways to prevent their car from being stolen-- They suggest parking in well-lit areas and say never leave valuables in plain view.
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[Grandin-Theater]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-02 TC-1:49:56]
[GRAPHIC=Grandin Theater Preservation]

Shoppers in Roanoke are proving that one person's junk is another's treasure.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday]


Yesterday, the Greater Raleigh Court Civic League held a fundraiser to help the Grandin Theatre Foundation buy the 1930's landmark.
The group raised more than three thousand dollars through a collective flea market and yard sale.
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[SOT 45:39]
[IN Q=This is kind of a small]

((BRENDA McDANIEL/ORGANIZER: THIS IS A KIND OF A SMALL DROP IN THE BUCKET BUT WE HOPE IT WILL ENCOURAGE OTHER PEOPLE TO MAKE THEIR GIFTS TO THE GRANDIN IF THEY HAVEN'T DONE SO AND TO BE INVOLVED IN OTHER FUNDRAISERS THAT ARE HAPPENING THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY.))
[SUPER=01-Brenda McDaniel/Organizer]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=throughout the community]
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[VO-NAT]


The Grandin Theatre Foundation announced three weeks ago it will buy the theater for 375-thousand dollars.
Fundraising will continue as the group tries to meet its one-point-two million dollar goal.
The Grandin is expected to re-open sometime this summer.
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[Dino-Parade]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-07 TC-1:05:38]
[GRAPHIC=none]


You could mistake parts of Martinsville for Jurassic Park this weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville]

That is where you will find 26 colorful fiberglass dinosaurs as part of the area's 'dinos on parade' project. Local businesses provided the sculptures, local artists then designed and painted each dinosaur. They went on display this weekend at various locations throughout up-town Martinsville.
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[SOT 3:21:44]
[IN Q=The whole point was]

((TOY COBBE/DINO COORDINATOR: THE WHOLE POINT WAS TO TRY TO GET PEOPLE HERE, LET THEM SEE SOMETHING FUN AND UNUSUAL AND THEN AFTER THAT TO KEEP THEM HERE A LITTLE AWHILE TO SEE THE SITES.))
[SUPER=01-Toy Cobbe/Dino Coordinator;]
[RUNS=:10]
[OUT Q=see the sites]
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[VO-NAT]


As part of "dinos on parade", the city held a street festival which wrapped up Friday.
The sculptures will be on display until October when they will then be auctioned off.
The city chose dinosaurs because Martinsville is also home to Virginia's Museum of Natural History.
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[Tease#2]



[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT] Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning - Take a walk with us as we preview next weekend's Historic Home and Garden Tour
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

And
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[VO-NAT]

Meet some pooches with a few unusual tricks up their... paws?!?!?!?!? We'll explain a little later - But first if you are traveling today........ [Jacey ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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[Jacey MIC hot] [ No 2-shot toss go straight to Travel Bump] [soft music under]


[Pet-Tricks]


[ANCHOR=Jacey]
[NEWSCAST=Sun.a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=met]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Their tricks may be "stupid" but these pets sure know how to make us laugh...
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[SOT 5:33:30]
[IN Q=Sneeze]

((NATS: SNEEZE. (DOG SNEEZES) THAT WAS LITTLE ONE!))
[RUNS=:02]
[OUT Q=a little one!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pittsburgh, PA;]


Talented canines sneezed and strutted their stuff Saturday in Pittsburgh.
The producers of the Late Show With David Letterman were there looking for pets talented enough to be featured on the show's "Stupid Pet Tricks" segment.
They were treated to such comedians as a sneezing dauschund, a waving Great Dane and lots of dog acrobatics.
The show's producers will travel next to Chicago, looking for more furry future stars. (------------)