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Coming up on News 7-
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A kidnapped seven year old is found- police say she's safe tonight.
Did Roanoke City schools make the grade? We'll take a look at the report card.
An America's cup Yacht sinks.
And how would you like your MP-3 player built into your clothing?'
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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[SOT 12:17:11]
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((JAMES HOLDEN/GRANDFATHER: THERE WAS NEVER ANY INTENT ON MY PART OF ON ANYONE ELSE'S PART TO TRY TO TAKE ANYTHING THAT WE DID NOT THINK WE WERE LEGALLY ENTITLED TO.))
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[OUT Q=legally entitled to.]
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The grandfather of a Nelson County girl who died in the woods two years ago is found guilty of embezzling from her memorial fund.. but says it was just bad record-keeping that did him in.
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[Holden]


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The death of 8-year-old Jackie Holden two years ago prompted an outpouring of financial support from the community.. but prosecutors say Holden's family spent some of that money on themselves and not the charitable foundation.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( It started as an effort to create something good out of a tragedy.
Two months after Jackie Holden got lost and died in the woods near her Nelson County home, her family created the Jackie Foundation--its goal to educate other children on what to do if they ever got lost.
Financial support poured in.. but James Holden found himself paying for many of the foundation's expenses out of his own pocket.. he would reimburse himself later but apparently failed to keep accurate records of those transactions.


[SOT 12:15:47]

((SAM EGGLESTON/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: THE APPEARANCE ON THE FACE OF THAT, WHEN HE PULLS MONEY OUT, CALLS IT A REIMBURSEMENT BUT HE CAN'T MATCH IT UP SPECIFICALLY FOR AN ITEM THAT HE SPENT, IT CREATES THE APPEARANCE.))
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[OUT Q=creates the appearance.]


Holden admits he made mistakes but says there was NEVER any criminal intent to take money that didn't belong to him.
He and his wife have gone bankrupt themselves trying to keep the foundation afloat.. and he hopes the judge takes that into account in sentencing.
[SOT 12:22:14]

((JAMES HOLDEN/GRANDFATHER: BUT I HOPE THAT HE UNDERSTANDS IF I DID THINGS WRONG THERE WAS NEVER ANY INTENT TO DO THAT AND THAT WE HAVE ALWAYS SAID THAT WE DIDN'T WANT TO TAKE MONEY THAT DID NOT BELONG TO US AND THAT PEOPLE DID NOT WANT TO GIVE US AND WE STILL MAINTAIN THAT.))
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But prosecutor Phillip Payne says he won't ask that Holden go to jail.
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((PHILLIP PAYNE/PROSECUTOR: GIVEN HIS AGE AND HIS POOR HEALTH AND THE LOSS THAT FAMILY HAS ALREADY SUFFERED, I DON'T NEED TO BE THAT ONEROUS.))
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Meanwhile, the Holdens say, the foundation's work will continue.
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((EVEN IF WE HAVE TO STAND ON THE STREET CORNER AND I HAVE TO DO THE FLYERS ON TOILET PAPER, BECAUSE WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING.))
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Holden will be sentenced in September.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Nelson County.))


[Police-Chase]


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New charges against a Campbell County man who led police on a high-speed chase with his young son in the car yesterday.
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Authorities say 24-year-old Jason Lee Mays was under the influence of cocaine and was wanted in two jurisdictions when he ran from police.
Mays eventually wrecked his car on the 501 Expressway. Neither he nor his 3-year-old son was seriously injured.
Mays is now charged with driving under the influence of drugs, driving on a revoked license, failing to stop for police and child endangerment.
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[PA-Kidnapping]


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A happy ending to the latest case of a kidnapped child.
The seven-year-old grabbed from in front of her Philadelphia home last night is now safe with police. She apparently managed to escape from her captors.
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Police say Erica Pratt was found in a home in a neighborhood far from her own, and she seems to be unharmed.
Tonight her mom spoke with reporters.
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((REPORTER: DID THE POLICE CALL YOU TO LET YOU KNOW? Serena Gills/Mom: "Yeah, they let the whole family know. Reporter: AND WHAT DID THEY SAY? She's okay, she's fine. She's safe, that's all we're worrying about. She's home. Home! Reporter: WHEN DO YOU SEE HER? Gills: We'll see her as soon as she get here, everybody going to see her at the same time.))
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Police say Pratt's kidnappers bound her arms and legs with duct tape and covered her eyes... They left her on a mattress in the basement of an abandoned building but she worked herself free.. broke through a basement door and smashed a window.
Police say a couple of kids playing outside pulled her out, and they ran for the police.
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Witnesses told police Erica was dragged into a car by two men who called her by her name. Her grandmother received several ransom demands.
Police say witnesses gave them the names of two men--- known to the girls family.



[Inge]


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Testimony from a former inmate helped prosecutors build their case today against the man accused of killing a Pittsylvania County sheriff's deputy.
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[SUPER=03-Chatham]

Roy Inge Junior was arrested in May for allegedly shooting and killing Deputy Frankie Betterton during a traffic stop on Route 58 just outside Danville. Today-- a former inmate at the Blue Ridge Regional Jail testified that while the two were incarcerated together, Inge confessed to killing the deputy. Marty Hicks says Inge told him he shot Betterton while seated inside the officers patrol car.
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((MARTY HICKS/FORMER INMATE; HE GOT IN AND APPARENTLY GAVE HIS LICENSE TO THE OFFICER AND THEN SAID HE REACHED INTO HIS RIGHT WAIST BAND AND PULLED OUT A POINT 380 OR 380 AND POINTED IT AND WENT BAM.))
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Hicks told the court he asked Inge what he was thinking-- and that Inge said he already KNEW he was going to shoot Betterton-- it was just a matter of when and how. A grand jury will now hear the evidence.
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[Neamo]


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The fact that murder and robbery suspect Mark Neamo was arrested without a warrant will not keep the case against him from advancing.
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The armed robbery suspect was in court two weeks ago, as his attorneys argued that Neamo was improperly apprehended in Nebraska.
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He and Christopher Krug (kroog) are accused of the robbery at a Hershberger Road convenience store in February. Though police in Roanoke were in the process of swearing out warrants against the pair, police in Fremont, Nebraska actually made the arrests before the warrants were issued.
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Judge Clifford Weckstein has ruled their arrest does not violate the Constitution. Because of that, any statements Neamo made or physical evidence seized from him MAY be used against him.

[Roanoke-Schools]


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The report card for Roanoke City Schools continues to improve.
Tonight Superintendent Wayne Harris revealed that five more city schools, including both high schools, have measured up to the state's standards of learning.
Joe Dashiell has more on the superintendent's State of the Schools Address.
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((Roanoke City schools continue to show steady improvement on the Standards of Learning.
While the city is still waiting for official notification from the state, Superintendent Wayne Harris says the number of schools achieving full accreditation should rise from six to eleven.
Last year, Crystal Spring, Fishburn Park, Grandin Court, Raleigh Court and Wasena Elementary schools and James Madison Middle School made the list.
Joining them this year are: Highland Park and Morningside Elementary Schools, Woodrow Wilson Middle School, and William Fleming and Patrick Henry High Schools.
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((WAYNE HARRIS/SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: FOUR OTHER SCHOOLS, GRANDIN COURT, MONTEREY AND VIRGINIA HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, AND WILLIAM RUFFNER MIDDLE SCHOOL ARE WITHIN A WHISPER OF FULL ACCREDITATION. I CONGRATULATE THE PRINCIPALS, THE TEACHERS AND ALL OF THESE SCHOOLS FOR STAYING THE COURSE TO THEIR GOAL.))
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Members of the school board say they are pleased with the progress.
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((WILLIAM SKEEN: I THINK TODAY, ACCORDING TO THE STANDARDS OF LEARNING, THE MEASUREMENTS THAT WE SEE, THAT YES WE'RE MEETING THE EXPECTATIONS, WE'VE RISEN TO THE MANDATE, AND THE EXPECTATIONS AND THE PERFORMANCE LEVELS THAT OUR STUDENTS CAN ACHIEVE.)) ((MELINDA PAYNE: ONE OF THE THINGS THAT IS VERY NEAR AND DEAR TO MY HEART HAPPENS TO BE THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP BETWEEN BLACK AND WHITE STUDENTS, AND FORM WHAT I UNDERSTAND, FROM WHAT DR. HARRIS HAS SAID, THAT GAP IS CLOSING, AND THAT IS INDEED ENCOURAGING.))
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With 27 schools that must meet the state accreditation requirements, Harris and school board members say there is work to be done.
But they say they believe Roanoke schools are on schedule to reach full accreditation by the state's deadline of 2007.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

[County-Supervisors]


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Roanoke County is taking steps to clean up another large tire dump.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]


Today, the board of supervisors authorized legal action against Whitlow Auto Crushers and Sales, a company located on Ridgelea (RIDGE-lee) Road at the foot of Bent Mountain.
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((PAUL MAHONEY/ROANOKE CO. ATTORNEY: THIS IS PROBABLY THE LARGEST REMAINING TIRE PILE IN ROANOKE COUNTY. THERE ARE A VARIETY OF ESTIMATES AS TO WHAT ITS SIZE IS, WHETHER IT'S 18- THOUSAND, 20- THOUSAND, 50- THOUSAND. THE POINT IS, THERE'S A VERY LARGE PILE, THERE'S A LOT OF TIRES THERE.))
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Our efforts to contact representatives of the company were unsuccessful.

[Special-Elections]


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Governor Warner has set the date for special elections to fill Madison Marye's senate seat and Vance Wilkins' house seat.
Their successors will be chosen on November fifth.
Candidates must file by August 23rd.

[Referendum-Lawsuit]


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A judge today threw out a lawsuit that challenged referendums to raise sales taxes to pay for transportation projects.
The plaintiffs say the referendums are unconstitutional and wanted a Richmond judge to order them stricken from the November ballot in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads.
But the judge agreed with the state that a challenge should come *AFTER* the election if the referendums are approved.
An attorney for the plaintiffs said he'll ask the Virginia Supreme Court for an expedited appeal.
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His book inspired the Oklahoma City bombing.
Still ahead on News 7, more on the death of William Pierce.
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Plus the Stars and Stripes is sunk.
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[Sports-preview]


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[Pierce]


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White supremacist leader William Pierce died today at his compound in Pocahontas County, West Virginia.
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The 68-year-old reportedly died from cancer.
Pierce was known for his novel, ``The Turner Diaries,'' a fictional account of the overthrow of the U-S government.
Authorities say Timothy McVeigh used it as a blueprint for the bombing of Oklahoma City federal building.(-------
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[House]


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29-billion dollars to fight terrorism- The house approved that tonight.
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The money is for the rest of the fiscal year- and it is the about the size favored by the White House- The anti-terrorism package is expected to receive Senate approval tomorrow.
[Super=03-Chicago, IL;]


Also tonight the House Okays a controversial plan to make one of the nation's biggest airports even bigger. Lawmakers voted to allow expansion at O'Hare Airport in Chicago.
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[Airline-Security]


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Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta says his department WILL meet airline security deadlines.
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At a hearing in Washington today members of Congress questioned why airport security changes are taking so long. And they aren't the only ones questioning safety.
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((ABI SLAYTON/AIRLINE PASSENGER: WE'VE GOTTA HAVE TRAINED WELL PAID PEOPLE DOING SIGNIFICANT WORK BEHIND THE SCENES TO MAKE US SAFE AND IM NOT AT ALL CONVINCED THAT THAT'S HAPPENING.))
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By November ALL passenger screeners must be federal employees, and by December.. all bags must be inspected for explosives. These changes come after tests showed fake weapons got past security screeners at alarming rates. Although Mineta said the deadlines WILL be met, he also said that without more federal money stricter screenings will mean LONGER lines in airports.
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[Trigon]


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Trigon and Anthem shareholders have approved a merger of the two health insurance companies.
The voting is the last in a series of approvals Indianapolis-based Anthem needed for the acquisition.
Trigon is Virginia's largest managed health care company.

[Advance-Auto]


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Advance Auto is expanding its presence in the Washington D-C market.
The company has purchased the assets of bankrupt parts retailer, Trak Auto Corporation.
They include the leases on 55 Trak Auto stores in northern Virginia, D-C and eastern Maryland.
Advance currently has about 24-hundred outlets across the country.

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One of Dennis Conner's America's Cup yachts has sunk off the California Coast-
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It happened during a practice run-
Coast Guard rescuers say the 5-million dollar yacht sank about a mile off the shore and all the sailors aboard were rescued.
The "Stars and Stripes" is totally submerged with only a portion of the mast sticking out of the water.
Authorities say the rudder broke and left a hole too big- Pumps aboard were not able to stop the water from coming in.
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Two area communitites are talking water... or rather the lack of it.
That's next on News 7.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus how bout a music player, built right into your sweater, trench coat, or jacket ..
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[City-Water]


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Roanoke's main water source has reached a historic low.
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[SUPER=03-Carvins Cove;]


Carvin's Cove is 29-point-three feet below spillway... or 30 percent full.
City leaders say they're working on long-term solutions, but in the meantime, they've got a quick fix.
Crystal Spring will be back in service, using temporary filter equipment, as early as next week.
A new well in Southeast Roanoke should be complete by mid-August.
Those two additions will bring the city an extra 4 to 5 million gallons a day.
That's almost half the demand on Carvins Cove.
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((DARLENE BURCHAM/CITY MANAGER: THE CITY'S ADOPTED CONSERVATION PLAN DOES GIVE US THE AUTHORITY TO IMPOSE TIGHTER CONSERVATION MEASURES. BUT BECAUSE OF THE LEVEL OF CONSERVATION AND COOPERATION BY OUR CITIZENS, WE HAVE NO PLANS AT THIS TIME TO IMPLEMENT ADDITIONAL MEASURES.))
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City officials anticipate the reservoir will drop more than 30 feet below the spillway sometime next week.
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[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]

[Amherst-Drought]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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[SUPER=03-Amherst Co.]


Amherst County has imposed mandatory water restrictions designed to reduce water usage by 30 percent or more.
Residents are not allowed to wash vehicles or driveways, fill swimming pools or operate fountains ... lawns may be watered for just 30 minutes a week.
First time violators could have their water shut off for 24 hours.. subsequent offenses can result in fines of up to 250 dollars.
Levels in the county's two main water sources--Harris Creek and Graham Creek reservoir--have dropped severely in recent months.
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[Wearable-Gadgets]


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Are you one of those people who can't go anywhere without your music- If so, the Japanese have just the gadget for you-
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[VO-NAT 14:19:40]
[SUPER=03-Tokyo, Japan]


You could call it musical fashion- It is a collection of sweaters, trench coats and leather jackets all fitted with an M-P-3 player.
The mere touch of a knob in the sleeve or chest pocket can operate these gadgets.
Infineon (In-fin-ee-on) says music is not the only thing its considered integrating in clothing- The company is working with medical and sports possibilities too.
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[S-Extra]


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Mike Stevens will have a report on day one of Redskins training camp, words from Detroit Lions rookie quarterback Joey Harrington and major league baseball,
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[SUPER=03-Les Deux-Alpes, France; :00]


But first our extra point. Three-time defending champion Lance Armstrong finished almost seven minutes behind the winner of today's 15th stage but didn't lose a tick off his overall lead in the Tour de France. The Texan remains four minutes and 21 seconds clear of the field.
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[S-Redskins]


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The Redskis got only one practice in on the first day of training camp at Dickinson College in Carlisle Pennsylvania due to heavy rains. Mike Stevens and photographer Scott Ayers have first impressions.
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[S-Joey]


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Former Oregon quarter back Joey Harrington signed with the Lions yesterday morning in time to participate in pre-season training camp.
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Harrington was the number three overall pick in this year's draft and had publicly promised the Lions that he would not hold out. After inking the deal early in the day, Harrington joined up with his new teammates for practice involving quarterbacks, rookies, and selected veterans.
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[S-ACC]


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The ACC's 50th Anniversary team includes five Virginia players. Offensive lineman Jim Dombrowski and running back Frank Quaile made the team.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]

Tiki Barber was chosen. Barber was the 1996 ACC player of the year, while leading the league in rushing, punt returns, and all purpose yards.
Chris Slade was named first team All-American in 1991 and still holds the ACC record for career sacks with forty.
Herman Moore set the ACC record for most receiving yards in a season.
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[S-Vick]


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The Atlanta Falcons begin training camp Thursday at Furman University in Greenville South Carolina.
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Most eyes will turn to former Virginia Tech Hokie Michael Vick as he prepares for his second season as a Falcon.
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[S-MLB]


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To major league baseball. The Phillies and the Cubs met today in Chicago.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chicago, IL/WGN; :00]

The Phillies start it off in the top of the fifth when Bobby Abreu hits a two-run homer. And the Phillies go up two to nothing. Fred McGriff hits a solo homerun to deep right field in the bottom of the second to put the Cubs on the board.
[SUPER=35-Phialdelphia/7/Chicago/4;]In the top of the sixth, Jeremy Giambi connects on a single to score Mike Lierber

thal who beats the throw at the plate from Sammy Sosa. The Phillies tie it at four. Scott Rolen hits a three-run homer in the bottom of the seventh to score Pat Burrel and Travis Lee. The Phillies win 7-4.
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NASCAR has docked Dale Jarrett's team points and fined his crew chief 20,000 dollars.
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Jarrett's Ford was about an eighth of an inch too low after his third place run at New Hampshire Sunday. NASCAR fined crew chief Todd Parrott and took away 25 championship points and 25 owner points from the Robert Yates racing team.
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You could say it's going, going gone- Gone with the Wind that is- at one auction.
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An Atlanta man is an expert on the "Vivian (lee) Leigh- Clark Gable" movie.
He has spent more than 40 years assembling his collection of memorabilia , but now he is selling it.
Christie's auction house is handling the deal.
Among the highlights of the auction: a petticoat worn by Vivian Leigh in the famous scene where Mammy is tightening Scarlet's corset. (------------)