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Coming up on News 7-
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A candlelight vigil marks the month that's passed since the disappearance of Jennifer Short. Investigators make a second arrest in the murder of a Campbell County man. And, want a good book to curl up with? We'll tell you where to look.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.


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[OUT Q=NAT SOUND OF MUSIC]
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[VO-NAT]


A community gathers tonight to pray for the safe return of a missing Henry County girl.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[GRAPHIC=News 7 at 11]


Good evening. I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Short-Vigil]


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Exactly one month ago today, nine year old Jennifer Short vanished without a trace. Tonight, nearly a hundred people gathered across the street from the Short's Oak Level home for a candlelight vigil. As Justin McLeod reports-- the family still remains hopeful even as deputies scale back the investigation.
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[IN Q=NAT SOUND OF CHOIR SINGING]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Frank Arrington/Jennifer's Great Uncle; :30]
[SUPER=@justin1; :48]
[SUPER=01-Linda Short/Jennifer's Aunt; 1:08]
[SUPER=01-Capt. Kimmy Nester/Henry Co. Sheriff's Dept; 1:20]
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((((NAT SOUND OF CHOIR SINGING AT 15:34:15))
Through song, prayer, and candlelight a community came together Sunday night to remember Jennifer Short who has been missing now for more than a month.
[SOT 15:27:04]
[IN Q=No matter how]

((PASTOR: NO MATTER HOW....))
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[OUT Q=we will never give up]


It is a sentiment and a determination shared by Jennifer's family.
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[IN Q=It's been very]

((FRANK ARRINGTON: IT'S BEEN VERY DIFFICULT...))
[Runs= 09]
[OUT Q=be found alive]


So does an entire community.
Since Jennifer disappeared, family, friends, and complete strangers have donated to the Jennifer Short fund.
That fund now totals nearly 70-thousand dollars.
[SOT 15:37:56]
[IN Q=Even as the vigil]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: EVEN AS THE VIGIL TAKES PLACE....))
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[OUT Q=work the case full-time]


Jennifer's family says they understand.
[SOT 15:15:05]
[IN Q=Well I hate to see]

((LINDA SHORT: WELL I HATE TO SEE....))
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[OUT Q=they're coming from]


Many of the investigators showed up to the vigil to let the family know this case is still they're top priority.
[SOT 15:26:07]
[IN Q=There is a core]

((CAPT. KIMMY NESTER: THERE IS A CORE....))
[Runs= 14]
[OUT Q=will continue to be active]


Many here at this vigil hope it will stay that way until Jennifer's brought home safe and sound. ((NAT SOUND OF MUSIC BEGINNING AT 15:44:48))))


[Water-Warnings]


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Nearly 500- people in the city of Roanoke have been warned about illegally using water. Officials say they've visited about 450- violators who were issued verbal warnings for breaching Roanoke's mandatory water restriction's policy. Other counties and cities across the state are issuing similar warnings-- as well as warrants and fines. In Chesterfield County-- about 245 fines have been handed out while the city of Richmond has issued about 10- warning letters to people watering lawns on the wrong day.


[Read-Alliance]


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Preserving some of the beauty in the Roanoke Valley may be an uphill battle.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


A citizen's group wants to preserve Read Mountain in its present UN-developed state.
Today, the "Read Mountain Alliance" held a hikathon to raise money needed to buy land up and around the mountain.
They'll need at least a half a million dollars.
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[SOT 3:03]
[IN Q=This is probably]

((RON CRAWFORD/READ MOUNTAIN ALLIANCE: THIS IS PROBABLY THAT MOST DIFFICULT TIME I'VE EVER SEEN TO RAISE FUNDS, THERE'S JUST SO MANY NEEDS OUT THERE. BUT WE HAVE A ONE TIME CHANCE. IF WE MISS THIS CHANCE AND DEVELOPMENT MOVES UP THE MOUNTAIN WE'VE LOST THE CHANCE FOREVER SO IT'S IMPORTANT FOR US TO TRY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE RIGHT NOW.))
[SUPER=01-Ron Crawford/Read Mountain Alliance]
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[OUT Q=difference right now]
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[VO-NAT]


The Read Mountain Alliance plans to buy the land and then turn it over to Roanoke and Botetourt County to maintain the land as a park for all to enjoy.
Today's fundraiser attracted more than a hundred hikers and raised more than ten thousand dollars.
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[220-Ax]


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[WRITER=rle]
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[GRAPHIC=Accident]

An accident on Route 2-20 shortly after nine o'clock this evening leaves one person hospitalized and traffic backed up for more than an hour.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Police say 5 cars were involved in three separate accidents in the southbound lanes near the Roanoke River Bridge. One driver was transported to Roanoke Memorial Hospital with injuries. There is no word on his condition. Traffic was reduced to one lane for more than an hour, but all lanes have since been reopened.
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[Henry-Ax]


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A traffic accident in Henry County this morning has taken the life of a Martinsville man. 20 year old Fred Allen Shepherd Junior was driving westbound on Route 57 when he ran off the road and hit a utility pole. Shepherd was transported to Martinsville Memorial Hospital where he died shortly before 2-o'clock. Police speed was a factor in the accident.

[Campbell-Murder]


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Police have arrested another suspect in the murder of a Campbell County man last month.
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[VO-NAT - 15+ ---- 02-19 TC1:56:13]
[SUPER=03-Campbell Co./Last Month;]

25-year-old Tony Stone was shot to death inside his Lynch Station home in mid-August. Authorities have arrested 23-year-old Brian Keith Jones and charged him with murder. He is being held without bond. Another man, Adrian Dawson of Lynchburg was charged with murder last month.
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[Iraq]


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There's more debate tonight, over what to do about Iraq. The United Nations is being pressed to discipline Saddam Hussein for defying its resolutions-- while lawmakers are still divided on the best course of action. Aleen Sirgany reports from Washington.
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[IN Q=As pressure ]
[SUPER=01-Condoleezza Rice/National Security Advisor; :12 ]
[SUPER=01-Colin Powell/Secretary of State; :28]
[SUPER=@sirgany1; 1:10]
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[OUT Q=CBS News, Washington. ]

(( AS PRESSURE BUILDS TO DEAL WITH IRAQ - THE GAME PLAN RESTS IN THE COURT OF THE UNITED NATIONS. PRESIDENT BUSH PUT IT THERE LAST WEEK, CALLING ON INTERNATIONAL LEADERS TO HOLD SADDAM HUSSEIN ACCOUNTABLE.

SOT - CONDOLEEZZA RICE/NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER (THIS WEEK)

"If the United Nations does not want to become the league of nations, it is really going to have to act."
THE U-S WILL GIVE OTHER COUNTRIES A FEW MORE DAYS TO CONSIDER THE PRESIDENT'S CALL FOR TOUGH ENFORCEMENT OF 16 SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS. THE ADMINISTRATION HOPES THE U-N WILL BEGIN CRAFTING FRESH POLICIES BY THE END OF THIS WEEK.

SOT - COLIN POWELL/SECRETARY OF STATE (MEET THE PRESS)

"It has to be tough and it cannot be some sort of haggling operation with the iraqi's."
THE PRESIDENT HAS SAID, HE'LL DO WHATEVER IT TAKES, TO ELIMINATE THE THREAT OF IRAQ USING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION. WHILE HE'S MADE NO DECISION ON MILITARY ACTION -- IT'S CLEARLY AN OPTION.

(nats..military)

KEY LAWMAKERS HAVE SAID, CONGRESS WOULD LIKELY BACK A CALL FOR WAR. .. BUT THERE IS STILL HESITATION.

SOT - SENATOR TOM DASCHLE/SENATE MAJORITY LEADER (THIS WEEK)

"We need to ensure we build the coalition the president's father built in 1990, 91."

(president nats)


AT CAMP DAVID THIS WEEKEND, THE PRESIDENT STRESSED THE URGENCY OF ACTION.

SOT - PRESIDENT BUSH/SATURDAY/CAMP DAVID "The UN will either be able to

function as a peace-keeping body as we head into the 21st century, or it will be irrelevant, and that's what we're about to find out."
STANDUP - ALEEN SIRGANY/WASHINGTON THE PRESIDENT EXPECTS A UN RESOLUTION WILL COME IN A MATTER OF WEEKS, NOT MONTHS. AND SAYS IT MUST BE MORE THAN A WISH LIST, BUT A SET OF DEMANDS, WITH CONSEQUENCES. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))


[Used-Books]


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This was no doubt the perfect weekend to crawl up with a good book.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


And many found a variety of selections at the main library in downtown Roanoke.
That is where the American Association of University Women is holding its annual used book sale.
A-A-U-W is an organization that promotes equity and education for girls and women through scholarships and other programs.
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((HELEN RUTH BURCH/AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN: WE SEND ABOUT 500 DOLLARS TO THE LEGAL ADVOCACY FUND WHICH IS THE AAWU NATIONAL FUND. WE PROVIDE A PROGRAM CALLED SISTER TO SISTER AND WE SUPPORT WOMEN WHO WANT TO GET THEIR GED'S WITH SCHOLARSHIPS.))
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[OUT Q=with scholarships]
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[VO-NAT]


The group hopes to raise six thousand dollars by selling more than ten thousand books.
The used book sale wraps up tomorrow from nine until one.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, three medical students detained in Florida say the woman who turned them in got the wrong message...
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[VO-NAT]

and also, homes are evacuated in Tennessee after a train derails, releasing toxic gas.
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[TN-Derail]


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A cargo train carrying toxic chemicals derailed today near a residential area in Knox County, Tennessee.
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[VO-NAT 19:28:41]
[SUPER=03-Knox Co., TN; ]

The derailment caused a fire in a couple of cars and a large cloud of white smoke could be seen at the crash site. Residents within a one and a half to three mile radius of the crash were evacuated to escape the toxic fumes. At least one of the derailed cars was carrying 95- thousand gallons of sulfuric acid. No injuries have been reported.
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[wipe/wipe/wipe]


[Washington-Derail]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]
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[VO-NAT19:10:32]
[SUPER=03-Vader, WA; ]

Another train derailment also occurred today... This one between Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon. It happened when a northbound maintenance train rear-ended another northbound freight train-- derailing two locomotives and about 30- cars. Two men aboard the maintenance train were treated for minor injuries.
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[FL-Detainees]


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The woman who says she overheard three Arab men plotting a terrorist attack in a Georgia restaurant says she does NOT regret calling the police.
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[VO-NAT 17:54:16]
[SUPER=03-Bartow County, GA]

Eunice Stone of Cartersville, Tennessee held a press conference today where she said she was just doing the right thing.
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[SOT 17:54:30]
[IN Q=I did not do any]

((EUNICE STONE/ALERTED AUTHORITIES: I DID NOT DO ANY OF THIS FOR ANY KIND OF PUBLICITY, I DID IT AS AN AMERICAN I THOUGHT THAT WHAT I WAS RELAYING WAS SOMETHING OF IMPORTANCE AND THAT IS MY REASON FOR DOING WHAT I DID, AND I HOPE NO ONE ELSE WOULD BE DISCOURAGED BY WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO ME I HOPE THAT THEY WOULD GO AHEAD AND CONTINUE TO GIVE THOSE TIPS TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OF ANYTHING THEY SEE SUSPICIOUS.))
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[OUT Q=they see suspicious]
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[VO-NAT 17:56:35]
[SUPER=03-Broward County, FL]

Stone's tip led police on a 13- hour man- hunt. The men are medical students who were traveling from Chicago to a Florida hospital for additional training. They deny saying anything about a terrorist attack and say they don't want their families to worry.
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[SOT 17:58:30]
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((KAMBIZ BUTT/STUDENT: I WOULD LIKE TO FIRST TELL MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS THAT WE ARE OKAY.))
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After being held for 17 hours, the men were released and no charges were filed.
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It was a big day for a visible member of the Royal Family... That story still ahead on News 7 at 11.
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[VO-NAT]

plus, the story of a special birthday celebration for a boy left abandoned seven years ago.
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[Prince-Harry]


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Prince Harry marked his 18th birthday last week by doing some of the things his mother used to do...
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[VO-NAT 15:25:18 (22+pad)]
[SUPER=03-London, United Kingdom;]

The Prince began the festivities last Thursday by visiting "Kids Company" which is a center for vulnerable youth in London. There he met hundreds of children who go to the center for counseling and education. Harry also dropped by a "Soccer Club" and "Primary School" before visiting sick children in a hospital. Visiting with sick children was one of Princess Diana's favorite causes.
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[Abandoned-Baby]


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[WRITER=tha]
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Seven years ago this month a newborn baby covered in fireants was found abandoned in Texas. The infant recovered and was later placed with a family-- and while the child named Blake understood he was adopted he never knew he had been abandoned. As Jennie Blankenship reports-- Blake's family had to come up with a way to re-assure their son and to answer his questions.
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[SOT 15:33:00]
[IN Q=Blake Beard ]
[SUPER=03-Austin, TX; :00]
[SUPER=01-Bunny Beard/Adoptive Mother; :08]
[SUPER=01-Don Beard/Adoptive Father; :23]
[SUPER=01-Jennie Blankenship/CBS News; :47]
[SUPER=01-Nora Maxey/Williamson Co. Sheriff's Office; :58]
[SUPER=01-Blake Beard/Adopted Boy; 1:24]
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[OUT Q=one name, sweetie...]

(( BLAKE BEARD HAS REASON TO CELEBRATE. "seven, and i'm having a birthday party." "it is a a big deal. it's a bigger deal because this is the first time blake has realized how how nearly he wasn't alive. how he nearly watn's, this is the firts time he has realized he wasn't born in a hospital like other kids." "i was getting him down to bed, just to turn the light out and he said dad, when i was born was i covered in ants? and i thought "ok." "i had ants all over me when i was born. " "it was true. september sixth, nineteen ninety five, a woman driving down this williamson county road spotted a brand new baby boy his umbilical cord was still attached. fire ants covered most of his four pound six ounce body. he had cocaine in his system. nurses named him sweetie." WILLIAMSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S SARGEANT NORA MAXEY WAS ONE OF THE FIRST RESPONDERS. "it is probably one of the most amazing cases i've ever worked because how could a human being leave a baby in the middle of the road. " A FEW WEEKS LATER, THE BEARD FAMILY GOT A CALL FROM CHILDREN'S PROTECTIVE SERVICES. "i said and so when will we know if we're the selected family and she said congrats, momma, and that is the last thing i remember about that day becasue i just fell apart. " TODAY, BLAKE IS A NORMAL, HAPPY SEVEN YEAR OLD... A MEMBER OF THE BEARD FAMILY. "one brother, one sister. i have a dog. " AND COUNTLESS FRIENDS... INCLUDING SOME WHO ONLY KNOW HIM ONLY BY ONE NAME... SWEETIE. ))

[Rke-Symphony]


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The Roanoke Symphony is about to strike a major milestone.
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[SOT 20:10:00]
[IN Q=NAT SOUND OF SYMPHONY PLAYING]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Roanoke Symphony.
To mark the occasion, the Symphony plans to add another pops and holiday concert.
Other events are also planned throughout the year.
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[SOT 18:37:32]
[IN Q=The 2002, the 2003]

((DAVID WILEY/MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CONDUCTOR: THE 2002, THE 2003 SEASON IS OUR 50TH ANNIVERSARY AND CULMINATES IN THE SPRING BUT THERE ARE EXCITING PROGRAMS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, OUR HOLIDAY POPS IS COMING UP, MANY WONDERFUL SOLOISTS JOINING US AS WELL SO A WHOLE YEAR OF CELEBRATION AND WE HOPE THE COMMUNITY WILL CONTINUE TO JOIN US AND CELEBRATE WITH US.))

[SUPER=01-David Wiley/Music Director & Conductor]
[RUNS=:18]
[OUT Q=celebrate with us]
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[VO-NAT]


One major event will happen on March 31st.
That is the day the Roanoke Symphony played for the very first time a half century ago.
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[S-Falcons]


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We start in Atlanta, where Michael Vick continued to impress this afternoon, but the Falcons are still winless.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/Fox Sports; :00]


Vick had plenty of fans today in the Georgia Dome.
We pick it up in the second quarter. Vick hits Warrick Dunn who takes it in for the touchdown and the Dirty Birds were up 7-nothing. Vick was 17 of 28 for 166 yards on the day. He also ran for another 56 yards.
The Bears went ahead 14 to 10 in the third quarter on the Jim Miller to David Terrell 14 yard hookup.
But the Falcons still had a shot. Trailing by one, Jay Feeley lined it up from 45
[SUPER=30-Chicago/14/Atlanta/13;]

yards away, but the kick is wide left and the Bears hang on to beat the Falcons for the 2nd straight year 14 to 13.
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[S-Pack]


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The team that beat the Falcons last week, the Packers tried their luck in the Big Easy today against UVA product Aaron Brooks and the Saints.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New Orleans, LA/Fox Sports; :00]


The gunslinger, Brett Favre was outgunned in the Super Dome today.
Brooks swings the pass out to former Tennessee Vol Donte Stallworth, and Stallworth turns on the jets, down the sideline and into the endzone for a 21 to 3 Saints lead. Brooks threw for 217 yards and two touchdowns.
Deuce McAllister rushed for 123 yards and scored twice, as New Orleans
[SUPER=30-Green Bay/20/New Orleans/35/;]

knocked off Green Bay 35 to 20.
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[S-Giants]


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The once immortal Rams find themselves oh and two after today's loss to the Giants. Roanoke's John St. Clair had a tough job today--keep Michael Strahan off of Kurt Warner.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-St.Louis, MO/Fox Sports; :00]


Kerry Collins was an almost perfect 11 of 12 in the first half, including that strike to Jeremy Shockey for the touchdown. The Giants led it 10-nothing.
A little later, Strahan applies the pressure to Warner. Jason Sehorn picks off the pass and takes it to the house for a 17 point lead. Saint Clair held his own, but Strahan recorded five tackles and forced a fumble for the Gints.
Marshall Faulk tried to lead a Rams comeback with two touchdowns.
[SUPER=30-N.Y.Giants/26/St.Louis/21/;]

But Warner's 2nd interception of the day sealed the deal and the Giants surprise the Rams 26 to 21.
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[S-Pats]


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[WIPE to ENG!!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-East Rutherford, NJ/Patriots vs. Jets; :00]


At the Meadowlands, today the Patriots whipped the Jets thanks to 269 yards passing, and two T-D's from Tom Brady.
[SUPER=30-New England/44/N.Y.Jets/7/;]


Tebucky Jones and Victor Green scored defensive touchdowns for the defending Super Bowl champs. New England smoked the Jets 44 to 7.
[SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/Bengals vs. Browns; :18]


In Cleveland, former Hokie Andre Davis scored his second T-D of the season, a 15 yard reception from Kelly Holcomb and the Browns beat the hapless Bengals
[SUPER=30-Cincinnati/7/Cleveland/20;]

20 to 7.
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[S-Davis]


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The Washington Redskins will get their next chance to shine on Monday night against the Eagles. The Skins haven't been able to beat Philly the past two seasons at FedEx Field.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Landover, MD/Last Sunday; :00]


Steve Spurrier's high flying offense put up some points against the Cards last week, but the ball coach didn't abandon the running game. And that was good news for Stephen Davis who went over a hundred yards rushing with a touchdown.
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[SUPER=01-Stephen Davis/Redskins Running Back; :00]
[RUNS=:11]
[OUT Q=ball in my hands."]
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[VO-NAT]


Davis and his teammates are plenty excited about playing a divisional rival in front of the entire country on the Monday night stage.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[RUNS=:15]
[OUT Q=ready to play."]
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[S-Race]


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Rain and Ryan Newman dominated today in Loudon, New Hampshire. Newman picked up his first career win while Sterling Marlin lost the points lead in the New Hampshire 300.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Loudon, NH/NBC Sports; :00]


After a 58 minute rain delay to start, the red flag came out again for showers after just 22 laps. Following a nearly two hour stoppage, there was finally a little racing.
But that wasn't a good thing for Mike Skinner who blew an engine and finished dead last.
Rusty Wallace usually likes the Magic Mile, but not today, as he tangled with Kyle Petty and never recovered, finishing 19th.
Spring race winner Ward Burton didn't find victory lane today either thanks to this scrape with John Andretti.
Rain drops brought out the yellow again after just 199 laps. Ryan Newman beat Kurt Busch to the caution flag and after just 7 more laps was declared the winner of the weather shortened New Hampshire 300.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Ryan Newman/First Career Win; :00]
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=good reason for it."]
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[go to boards]
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[SUPER=X5013;]
[SUPER=0106-1. Ryan Newman//2. Kurt Busch//3. Tony Stewart//4. Johnny Benson//5. Bobby Labonte//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0106-6. Ricky Craven//7. Dale Jarrett//8. Michael Waltrip//9. Jimmie Johnson//10. Matt Kenseth//;]
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[SUPER=0106-11. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//12. Ricky Rudd//13. Ken Schrader//14. Jeff Gordon//15. Jimmy Spencer//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0106-16. Mark Martin//17. Robby Gordon//18. Kenny Wallace//19. Rusty Wallace//20. Jeff Burton//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0106-21. Sterling Marlin//22. John Andretti//23. Bill Elliott//24. Jeremy Mayfield//25. Dave Blaney//;]
[RUNS=:25]
[OUTCUE=last driver."]
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[ANCHOR=travis]
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Mark Martin overcame a tire problem to finish 16th and take a 6 point lead in the standings over Sterling Marlin who was 21st.

[S-Amateur]


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We finish up on the local links at the Valley Amateur. The match play finals were played in spite of some wet weather today. In the senior division, Don Foster of Blue Hills outlasted Al Looney for the win. Foster won the Valley Am in 1992 and won the senior division in 2001. As for the open division, Miller Baber was 6 holes up on David Tolley with 8 to play, but Tolley rallied to make things interesting. Eventually, Baber the 1996 Valley Amateur champ did pull out the 2 and 1 win.