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[TALENT=Kimberly]

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Lawyers representing a California teen who was beaten by a police officer are expected to file a lawsuit today.


That, as ANOTHER alleged victim says he was beaten by the same officer.
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And a lot of talk, but not yet any action, as Roanoke county and city officials begin negotiating a regional water authority.
[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=LEO]

Cooler weather's heading our way but first we have a slight risk of severe weather later this afternoon...I'll have your hometown forecast...
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly 2-Shot]


News 7 at Noon starts right now...


[Police-Beating]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Attorneys for a Los Angeles-area teenager are ready to announce plans to file a lawsuit over the teen's violent arrest.
A police officer in Inglewood was videotaped slamming the 16-year-old onto a police car and punching him in the face.
And as Sandra Hughes reports, now ANOTHER alleged victim is coming forward.
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[OUT Q=Hughes, CBS News, Los Angeles.]

((
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CBS NEWS HAS LEARNED TODAY OF NEW ALLEGATIONS AGAINST INGLEWOOD POLICE OFFICER JEREMY MORSE....SEEN IN THIS AMATEUR VIDEOPHONE SLAMMING A HANDCUFFED SIXTEEN YEAR OLD SUSPECT ONTO A SQUAD CAR AND THEN HITTING HIM. ONE CASE AGAINST MORSE FOR ALLEGEDLY USING EXCESSIVE FORCE LED TO A LAWSUIT. IN ADDITION, THIS 32 YEAR OLD MAN SAYS HE WAS BEATEN BY A GROUP OF INGLEWOOD POLICE; INCLUDING JEREMY MORSE:

SOT: Neilson Williams/ "One guy was like beating my back, lean back and

was choking me had me like in a choke hold
IN THE CASE OF 16 YEAR OLD DONAVAN JACKSON, HIS LAWYER CLAIMS THE BOY IS MENTALLY DISABLED AND DID NOTHING TO PROVOKE POLICE. BUT INGLEWOOD POLICE OFFICIALS SAY HE LUNGED AT OFFICERS AND FOUGHT WITH THEM. TODAY CALLS FOR AN OUTSIDE INVESTIGATION WERE CARRIED ALL THE WAY TO THE CITY'S MAYOR:

SOT: Roosevelt Dorn /INGLEWOOD MAYOR 6:39:09 THIS TYPE OF CONDUCT IS THE

TYPE OF CONDUCT THAT CAN NOT BE TOLERATED ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES AND ESPECIALLY IN MY CITY.

THE LOS ANGELES DISC JOCKEY WHO SHOT THE NOW INFAMOUS VIDEOTAPE SAYS POLICE CAME LOOKING FOR HIM:

SOT: Mitch Crooks/videographer " there were about seven sheriff

officers inside the hotel walking around knocking on doors.

BUT THE TAPE GOT OUT-AND THE EVEN WASHINGTON IS REACTING:

SOT: Maxine Waters/D-California "you would think after Rodney King that

every police officer would be alert on how to perform their job without abuse.

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IN THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES WHERE THE RODNEY KING BEATING TOOK PLACE, THE NUMBER OF CASES WHERE POLICE USED FORCE AGAINST A SUSPECT HAS ACTUALLY DROPPED IN THE PAST DECADE FROM 2,360 IN 1992 TO 1967 LAST YEAR.
O.C. BUT INGLEWOOD POLICE WOULDN'T RELEASE THAT CITY'S USE OF FORCE STATISTICS, LEADING MANY TO WONDER JUST HOW OPEN POLICE WILL MAKE THIS LATEST INVESTIGATION INTO ALLEGED POLICE MISCONDUCT. SH CBS NEWS LA. ))

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In Texas, another alleged beating took place.
This time, in a church.
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A pastor and his twin brother are behind bars, accused of beating 11- year- old Louie Gerraro for reportedly cheating during a Bible studies class.
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Arellano says her son, Louie was struck on the back with a tree branch.
Louie told his mother that Pastor Joshua Thompson and his brother Caleb spent hours punishing him for reading the wrong Bible verse. At one point, they gave the boy a bathroom break.
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The child is still hospitalized. A nurse says his kidneys failed and he needed a blood transfusion. The suspects turned themselves in to police.
Both are charged with felony child abuse.
The family's attorney says since Louie's story went public, several other parents have stepped forward with similar tales.
Police are investigating.

[11L'burg-Council]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Some citizens in Lynchburg say a controversial artwork they call racist should be removed from two public courthouses.
The debate has raged on for four years.,and city council may finally be ready to respond.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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[IN Q=Humiliating, repugnant]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :07]
[SUPER=01-Jack Mills/Opposes Artwork; :21]
[SUPER=01-Rufus Callaham/Opposes Artwork; :33]
[SUPER=01-Garnell Stamps/Lynchburg NAACP President; 1:00]
[SUPER=01-Ed Barksdale/Lynchburg Council Member; 1:13]
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(( Humiliating.. repugnant.. insensitive.. those are just a few of the words being used to describe this J&D court mural.. which depicts a farmer and his slave.. and these stylized brass figures in circuit court which illustrate Lynchburg's tobacco farming history.
They've been around for decades, but some feel the artwork is not only outdated, it's downright offensive.
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((GARNELL STAMPS/LYNCHBURG NAACP: IT IS ABOUT THE REPUGNANT NOTION THAT SLAVERY AND THE MISREPRESENTATION OF NATIVE AMERICANS IS ACCEPTABLE IN THIS TOWN.))
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[OUT Q=in this town.]
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((JACK MILLS/OPPOSES ARTWORK: IT SHOULDN'T BE NECESSARY WHEN YOU GO INTO A COURT OF LAW TO LOOK AT TOBACCO PICKERS THAT ARE OBVIOUSLY SLAVES, THAT HAVE THE FACES OF MONKEYS.))
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[OUT Q=faces of monkeys.]


The problem, city leaders have said, is the price tag.
Removing the figures and the mural would cost more than 70-thousand dollars.. grant money may or may not be available to help defray that.
Whatever the cost, opponents say treating people with dignity is worth it.
[SOT 20:23:48]

((RUFUS CALLAHAM/OPPOSES ARTWORK: FIND THE MONEY TO DEAL WITH THIS ISSUE AND WITH THESE PAINTINGS AND THE FIGURES IN THE OTHER COURT.))
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[OUT Q=the other court.]


At least one council member feels it's time to just go ahead and spend the money to take them down.
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((ED BARKSDALE/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: I THINK THE BEST WAY TO KEEP THEM FROM COMING BACK CONTINUOUSLY TO CITY COUNCIL IS TO REMOVE THOSE PICTURES AND MURAL FROM THE WALLS IMMEDIATELY.))
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[OUT Q=the walls immediately.]


Council asked city staff to come up with a plan to deal with the murals before its meeting in September.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

[AM-Water-Authority]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Roanoke County officials are talking with their counterparts in the city, but they say negotiations toward a regional water authority will take some time.
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[IN Q=If anyone is expecting]

((ELMER HODGE/ROANOKE CO. ADMINISTRATOR: IF ANYONE IS EXPECTING THAT WE'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO PRODUCE AN AGREEMENT IN A FEW SHORT WEEKS, IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.))
[SUPER=01-Elmer Hodge/Roanoke Co. Administrator;]
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[OUT Q=it's not going to happen.]
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Yesterday;]


Elmer Hodge and other Roanoke County officials have held informal meetings with city administrators, but Hodge says nothing has been decided.
And members of the Board of Supervisors say they will not rush to judgement.
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[IN Q=I would like to reiterate]

((JOE MCNAMARA/WINDSOR HILLS SUPERVISOR: I WOULD LIKE TO REITERATE MY CONCERN FOR THE INVESTMENTS OF THE WATER USERS OF ROANOKE COUNTY AND MY INTENT TO PRESERVE AND PROTECT THAT INVESTMENT THAT THEY HAVE MADE INTO THEIR SPRING HOLLOW RESERVOIR AND TREATMENT PLANT.))
[SUPER=01-Joe McNamara/Windsor Hills Supervisor;]
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[OUT Q=reservoir and treatment plant.]
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[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co./Carvins Cove;]


Both city and county officials say it is likely, the current water crisis will be history by the time a regional water authority becomes a reality.
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Supervisors in Roanoke County say that the Smart Road is taking millions of dollars away from other vital projects in western Virginia.
And yesterday, they asked the Commonwealth Transportation Board to find another source of funding.
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[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./March 2000;]


The Smart Road is designed as a test-bed for intelligent transportation systems. When it's completed, the highway will connect Blacksburg and Interstate- 81.
The supervisors support the project, but following major cuts in V-DOT's roadbuilding program, officials say the Salem District shouldn't carry the burden for building the Smart Road.
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[IN Q=I think that anything that has the implications]

((RICHARD FLORA/HOLLINS SUPERVISOR: I THINK ANYTHING THAT HAS THE IMPLICATIONS THAT THE SMART ROAD HAS, AND IT'S CERTAINLY STATEWIDE IF NOT NATIONAL IMPLICATIONS, THAT IT SHOULD BE SHARED BY EVERYBODY.)) ((HARRY NICKENS/VINTON SUPERVISOR: THE IMPACT ON I-81 IMPROVEMENTS, ON MAJOR SECONDARY ROAD IMPROVEMENTS, ON 221, 220, 419, ROUTE 11 WILL AFFECT THIS AREA OF THE STATE FOR AT LEAST SIX TO TEN YEARS.))
[SUPER=01-Richard Flora/Hollins Supervisor; :00]
[SUPER=01-Harry Nickens/Vinton Supervisor; :12]
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[OUT Q=for at least six to ten years.]
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Yesterday, members of the board also gave preliminary approval to a sewer rate increase. The hike will pay for Roanoke County's share of improvements to the regional wastewater treatment facility.
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If the proposal receives final approval, sewer bills will rise by about eight percent this September, and another eight percent in January, 2004.
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[Tease1] [HARD MUSIC UNDER]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Major League baseball hoped to generate some good will last night with its annual All-Star Game.
Instead what it got was a major league controversy. We will have the details coming up today in Sports,
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Also we will have the latest as his family fights over what to do with Ted Williams body.
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[UK-Cannabis]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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For some, smoking marijuana in Great Britain will no longer be a considered a crime.
British Home Secretary David Blunkett is expected to make a statement today, announcing the downgrading of cannabis to a low risk, Category C drug.
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[SUPER=03-London, England;]


That'll allow millions of people to smoke dope, without fear of arrest.
But the move is already prompting outrage in some political circles.
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[IN Q=That's the real]

((IAIN DUNCAN SMITH/CONSERVATIVE LEADER:THAT'S THE REAL PROBLEM, IT'S THE DRUG DEALERS THAT ARE RUNNING THE HOME SECRETARY'S DRUG POLICY. IT CAN'T BE A GOOD THING, RUINING YOUNG PEOPLES' LIVES, THAT'S THE REAL PROBLEM." ))
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Making cannabis a Class C drug puts it in the same category as anabolic steroids and growth hormones.
Meanwhile, officials stress that the drug will NOT be legalized.
And they'll also announce plans to double the maximum sentence for dealing the drug from five to 10 years.
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[Ventura]


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Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura could leave the hospital as early as today, after being treated for a blood clot

in his lung.
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[SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN;]


Ventura spent the night at a Minneapolis-area hospital.
He went there yesterday after complaining of chest pains.
His spokesman says Ventura is in good spirits.
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[IN Q=North Memorial]

((JOHN WODELE/VENTURA SPOKESMAN: NORTH MEMORIAL OFFICIALS HAS CONFIRMED THAT THE GOVERNORS CONDITION IS STABLE, AND HAS DESCRIBED HIS ADMITTANCE AS PRECAUTIONARY." ))
[SUPER=01-John Wodele/Ventura Spokesman;]
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[OUT Q=as precautionary,.]
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The spokesman says it's not clear when Ventura will go back to work.
Minnesota's lieutenant governor has flown back from a conference in California, but Ventura didn't immediately pla

n to hand over power.
A blood clot in his lung ended Ventura's pro-wrestling career back in the 19-80s.
He recently announced that he will NOT seek a second term as governor.
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[Ted-Williams]


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While the game of baseball paid tribute to Ted Williams during last night's All- Star game, the well- publicized family feud over his frozen remains appears to be headed to court.
Bobbi Harley has the latest.
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[SUPER=03-Scottsdale, AZ; :00]
[SUPER=01-Bobby Jo Ferrell/Williams' Daughter; :32]
[SUPER=01-Jay Frenchko/Field of Dreams; 1:18]
[SUPER=01-Bobbi Harley/CBS News; 1:25]
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((
SOMEWHERE IN THIS SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA CRYONICS LABORATORY QUITE POSSIBLY IS BASEBALL'S GREATEST HITTER ... TED WILLIAMS ... SUSPENDED IN LIQUID NITROGEN AT THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

SOT - BOBBY JO FERRELL/WILLIAMS' DAUGHTER - 0311ish - My Dad's in a

metal tube, on his head, so frozen that if I touched him it would crack him because of the warmth from my finger tips.
FASTER THAN WILLIAMS COULD ROUND THE BASES IN LIFE, IT SEEMS HIS SON JOHN HENRY -- WHO RECENTLY STARTED HIS OWN MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL CAREER -- PUT HIM ON ICE AFTER HIS DEATH FRIDAY IN FLORIDA ... CARRYING OUT A PLAN HIS OLDER SISTER SAYS IS NOT WHAT THE BASEBALL GREAT WANTED.

SOT - BOBBY JO FERRELL/0307ish - Daddy wants to be cremated.


INSTEAD, BOBBY JO FERRELL ACCUSES HER BROTHER OF STORING WILLIAMS' BODY, MAYBE EVEN ONLY HIS HEAD, AT THE COUNTRY'S LARGEST CRYONICS CENTER.

SOT - BOBBY JO FERRELL/0310ish - He said that it would be really

interesting to sell Dad's DNA.
THE THEORY BEING THAT THE EXTREME COLD CAN PRESERVE TISSUE AND ONE DAY, WHEN SCIENTISTS FIGURE OUT HOW TO DO IT, BRING HIM BACK TO LIFE ... OR FOR NOW ... KEEP THE LEGEND PRODUCING REVENUE.

SOT - BOB RYAN/BOSTON GLOBE - Even in death, John Henry is apparently

finding a way to exploit Daddy to make a buck.
AND PRICELESS IS WHAT SOME COLLECTORS SAY A VIAL OF WILLIAMS' DNA WOULD BE ...

SOT - JAY FRENCHKO/FIELD OF DREAMS - 134930 - There is always someone

that wants to buy something, especially the different things that you get into, the specialty items most people won't have.
BH/OC/MIAMI -- JOHN HENRY WILLIAMS ISN'T COMMENTING ... HIS SISTER IS SEEKING A COURT INJUNCTION ... LEAVING THE WILLIAMS CASE ON ICE INDEFINITELY. BH, CBS NEWS, MIAMI>
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We'll have more on last night's All- Star game, coming up later in sports.

[Mega-Millions]


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No one won last night's 115 MILLION dollar lottery drawing.
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That means Friday's Mega Millions drawing will increase to 138 MILLION dollars.
There were 15 second-prize winners from Tuesday night's drawing. Forty-nine players matched four of the five lotto numbers, plus the Mega Ball number. Those tickets are each worth $5,000.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming up next on the newscast,
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we will see why they were bringing down the house in one negihborhood.
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[House-Move]


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There's nothing un-usual about moving away to another house--
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But it is rare to see a HOUSE move away.
An 18- room, three- story convent was removed from its original spot in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.


That's because the Holy Rosary Catholic Church needs more space for a parking lot.
The convent's owner decided to move the home, instead of have it demolished.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=That was an option]

((BOYD BRADBURY/CONVENT OWNER: THAT WAS AN OPTION, JUST TO SIMPLY KNOCK THE HOUSE DOWN ITSELF BUT IT REALLY IS A HISTORIC HOUSE IN MANY WAYS, IT WAS BUILT IN 1896 AND INSIDE THERE'S BEAUTIFUL WOODWORK, THERE'S A LOT OF CHARACTER AND THE HOUSE IS ORIGINAL." ))
[SUPER=01-Boyd Bradbury/Convent Owner;]
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[OUT Q=is original]
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But taking the structure just 10 miles down the road turned out to be a big job.
A path had to be cleared, and the house had to be loaded onto a truck.
There were also plenty of spectators on hand to watch the big move.
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[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW has lost 125 points. The NASDAQ has dropped 12.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Coming up next in sports-- some area junior golfers are finding inspiration from a local pro...
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Plus- we will tell you what has baseball's commissioner all tied up in controversy.
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[S-Stars]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=kor]
[TAPE#=net]
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Baseball played its All-Star game last night, but many wonder if there will be a World Series. The players are now considering a strike date. Meanwhile the rumblings continue over allegations of rampant steroid use in the league.
Even last night's game couldn't be played without controversy...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Milwaukee, WI;]


The 73rd midsummer classic finished in a 7-to-7 tie .
All-Star managers Bob Brenly and Joe Torre wanted to use all of their players.
Commissioner Bud Selig (SEE'-lihg) decided to end the game after eleven innings, because both managers used up their entire pitching staff.
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[SOT 2:22-2:43]
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[SUPER=01-Bob Brenly/National League Manager]
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[OUT Q=the game ends in a tie...]
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This was the second tie in All-Star game history. No M-V-P was named after the game.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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That angered many fans. The M-V-P award was just renamed this week to honor baseball great Ted Williams who died last week.

[S-Hoops]


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The Virginia High School Coaches basketball boys and girls all star games were held last night at the Hampton Coliseum. In the boys game- the East beat the West 95-82. Cave Spring's J-J Redick scored eight points. Northside's Chris Smith tallied 16- points and was named the West M-V-P.
And in the girls game- the West beat the east in overtime. William Fleming's Olivia Grant was named the West M-V-P after scoring 21- points. We will have a recap of the games tonight in sports on News 7 at 5 and 6.

[S-Golf]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-130 635TC]
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Great strides are being made in the Roanoke Valley junior golf circuit. And as Mike Stevens found out-- one pro at Blue Hills is making a big impact on some young golfers.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=first audio]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=@mike2; :20]
[SUPER=01-Jeff Sprinkel/Blue Hills PGA Golf Instructor; :45]
[SUPER=01-Ben Firebaugh/Bonsack Elementary Fifth Grader; 1:08]
[SUPER=01-Josh Hale/William Byrd Middle 8th Grader; 1:15]
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[OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."]
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((nat sound)) ((It's not your grandfather's golf camp - that's because there were no such camps back in the day! But if there had been - grandpa would have wanted one like Jeff Sprinkel is running at Blue Hills. ((NAT SOUND)) There are gadgets galore - although Sprinkel and the players would prefer we call them teaching aids. And in reality they are just that. Since Sprinkel opened his school in April he has schooled kids ages 5 to 84, and by the time this summer is over more than 200 true youngsters will have teed it up at his golf school. ((JEFF SPRINKEL:)) The kids catch on quickly and they are open to suggestion and easier to teach than adults. Some are second generation - like Ben Firebaugh - the son of former area star Steve Firebaugh. ((BEN FIREBAUGH:)) ((JOSH HALE:)) ((JEFF SPRINKEL:)) Sprinkel plans to expand the summer camp session from 2 to possible 5 weeks next year. Mike Stevens News 7 Sports.))
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