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Garment workers from Bangladesh are speaking to local labor groups about the sweat shop conditions of U-S companies overseas.
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[ANCHOR=KIMBERLY]


And the woman caught on tape beating her child faces a judge in Indiana today.
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[ANCHOR=Leo]
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Fall began this morning at 12:55am and the weather is cooperating with cool sunny weather......I'll have your forecast...
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly 2-Shot]


News 7 at Noon starts right now...

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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She says she's sorry it happened-- Madelyne Gorman Toogood faces an Indiana judge today on a child battery charge.
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[Child-Abuse]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
"Not Guilty" will be a mother's plea in court today, but the videotape of her beating one of her children has led to a felony charge and outrage across the country.
Jennifer Miller has details.
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[SUPER=03-Mishawaka, IN;]
[SUPER=07-Madelyne Gorman Toogood;]
[SUPER=01-Chris Toth/Prosecutor;]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=Miller, CBS News.]

((

FLANKED BY POLICE, ATTORNEYS AND REPORTERS ... 25-YEAR-OLD MADELYNE TOOGOOD TOOK HER FIRST STEPS IN A LONG WALK THROUGH THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM. IT BEGAN WHEN A PARKING LOT SURVEILLANCE CAMERA CAUGHT HER BEATING HER 4 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER OUTSIDE AN INDIANA DEPARTMENT STORE.

SOT: MADELYNE GORMAN TOOGOOD/CAUGHT ON TAPE

"I LOOK LIKE A MONSTER, BUT I'M NOT."
TOOGOOD WILL BE ARRAIGNED ON FELONY CHILD BATTERY CHARGES ... WHICH COULD GET HER UP TO THREE YEARS IN PRISON. TOOGOOD HAS ALREADY PUBLICLY ADMITTED SHE HIT HER DAUGHTER AND PULLED HER HAIR ... AFTER THE LITTLE GIRL MISBEHAVED IN THE STORE. BUT AUTHORITIES SAY TOOGOOD WAS ANGRY BECAUSE THE STORE REFUSED TO GIVE HER CASH FOR RETURNED MERCHANDISE.

SOT: MADELYNE

"I LOST MY TEMPER AND MADE A BAD, BAD, MISTAKE."
A MISTAKE THAT RESULTED IN YOUNG MARTHA TOOGOOD BEING PLACED IN A FOSTER HOME. IT'S UNCLEAR...IF OR WHEN... SHE'LL BE RETURNED TO HER MOTHER.

SOT: CHRIS TOTH, PROSECUTOR

"THAT WILL BE A DECISION MADE CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES AND THE JUDGE WHO IS SUPERVISING THAT CASE, IT'S REAL IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT THE MAIN CONCERN HERE IS THAT LITTLE GIRL IS SAFE AND THAT SHE'S RETURNED TO A SAFE ENVIRONMENT."
PHYSICALLY AUTHORITIES SAY...MARTHA LOOKS 'OK,' BUT IT MAY TAKE LONGER FOR SIGNS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DAMAGE TO SURFACE. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=]
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Passengers aboard a Chicago- bound Amtrak train had an un- expected stop- over early this morning in Pennsylvania.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-McKeesport, PA;]


An Amtrak spokeswoman says a passenger made a bomb threat , forcing more than 100 people off the train near Pittsburgh.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=And then all of a sudden]

((TOM CIRINCIONE/PASSENGER: AND THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN, HE SAID HE WAS GOING TO THREATEN, SOMEBODY THREATENED THE CONDUCTOR AND IT WAS A BOMB THREAT" ))
[SUPER=01-Tom Cirincione/Passenger;]
[RUNS=:09]
[OUT Q=bomb threat.]
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[VO-NAT]

Bomb- sniffing dogs searched for explosives, but nothing was found.
The F-B-I has reportedly taken 27- year- old Raymond Smith into custody, but he has not yet been charged in the incident.
Smith is said to be wanted in Georgia on an UN- related charge.
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[Arafat]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=kmc]
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Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat isn't bending-- even though most of his compound has been reduced to rubble.
Arafat refuses to provide Israel with a list of all 200 people holed up with him in his office.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ramallah, West Bank;]


That word comes from a Palestinian negotiator after a meeting with Israeli officials.
It was the first face-to-face contact during the five-day standoff at Arafat's headquarters.
Israeli troops are working to further isolate Arafat, but they stopped demolition of his compound after intense pressure from the U-S.
Arafat's office is the only building still standing in the compound.
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[Sweatshop]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=rca]
[TAPE#=02-38 20:36]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Local steelworkers are hearing first hand accounts of conditions in sweatshops overseas.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Today two women from Bangladesh are talking to labor groups about their experiences in garment factories. The program is the kick-off of a campaign to rid the international economy of sweatshops. Human rights leaders are leading a nationwide petition drive, in hopes of putting pressure on U-S companies to change labor practices.
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[SOT 3:25:52]
[IN Q=they're working]

((CHARLES KERNAGHAN/NATIONAL LABOR COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS; THEY'RE WORKING SEVEN DAYS A WEEK THEY'RE WORKING 14 TO 15 TO 19 HOURS A DAY IF THEY TRY TO EVEN PROTECT THEMSELVES THEY'RE SLAPPED THEY'RE PUNCHED THEY'RE PAID STARVATION WAGES SO THEY'RE LIVING IN UTTER MISERY.))
[SUPER=01-Charles Kernaghan/National Labor Committee for Human Rights;]
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[OUT Q=IN UTTER MISERY.]
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[VO-NAT]

Kernaghan says the women talking today sewed clothing for Disney and Wal-Mart. He says because they shared their stories, they're risking their lives back at home. The campaign to end sweatshops will travel to 10-cities.
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[WXPRO/FULL] HURRICANE STORY


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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=02-40 04:23]
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One of Virginia's oldest established fire departments is looking forward to something new.
They're about to move into a new two million dollar facility.
Richard Lesko has more.
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[SUPER=01-Robert Foresman/Lexington Fire Chief; :17]
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[OUT Q=RL, News 7, Lexington.]

(( The Lexington Fire Department was established in 1796, and now they are preparing for a major move to the outskirts of the city. In just a few weeks, hoses, engines, and ladders will be moved from the old firehouse to a brand new building.
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[INQ=It's just like when...]

((ROBERT FORESMAN/LEXINGTON FIRE CHIEF; IT'S JUST LIKE WHEN YOU MOVE YOUR OWN HOME, YOU NEED TO MAKE SURE YOU DON'T TAKE ALL THE TRASH AND EVERYTHING. AND IT GIVES US AN OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE A FRESH START.))
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[OUTQ=have a fresh start.]

The old location may be close to the center of town, but that doesn't mean it's more convenient. Fire engines have to battle one-way traffic and dodge parked cars on Jefferson Street.
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[SOT 03:06]
[INQ=We do have a wider street...]

((ROBERT FORESMAN/LEXINGTON FIRE CHIEF; WE DO HAVE A WIDER STREET, WE'RE NOT GOING TO HAVE TO FIGHT THE ISSUE OF GETTING AROUND VEHICLES ON A ONE-WAY STREET, YES IT IS ON ONE END OF TOWN, AND THAT'S GOING TO SLOW OUR RESPONSE AT TIMES, TO CERTAIN PARTS OF THE CITY. ))
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[OUTQ=parts of the city.]

The new building features expanded office space, a new communications room, improved living quarters for fire personnel, and expanded parking bays so fire engines won't be stacked two deep...
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[SOT - 06:52]
[INQ=That old firehouse...]

((ROBERT FORESMAN/LEXINGTON FIRE CHIEF; THAT OLD FIREHOUSE WE WERE REALLY HAVING TROUBLES GETTING OUR VEHICLES INTO THE FACILITY, AND THIS IS GOING TO GIVE US THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPREAD OUR VEHICLES OUT A LITTLE BIT, GIVE US SOME MORE OPERATING SPACE.))
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Foresman says once the move is complete the fire department is planning to let the public to take a look around at some new digs for a fire department with centuries of history. Richard Lesko, News 7, Lexington.))
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Still to come on the newscast, the confederate flag is causing a flap in a state election campaign.
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[VO-NAT ]

Plus we will have some motherly advice from a well known Hollywood actress.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=02-27 1:50:25]
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It has been two years since Ronald Gay opened fire and shot seven people at a gay night club in Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Six survived the shooting, but Danny Overstreet was killed. Last night, a memorial service in Overstreet's memory was held outside the Back Street cafe. Those who attended say it's important to remember Danny, but they also hope to get another message across.
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[SOT 01:21:11]
[IN Q=This is to]

((JOHN GOODHART SR./ROANOKE 7 SPOKESMAN: THIS IS TO REMIND THE GAY COMMUNITY AND THEY STRAIGHT COMMUNITY THAT THINGS HAVE TO CHANGE - THAT WE HAVE TO STOP KILLING PEOPLE WE DISAGREE WITH.))
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[OUT Q=we disagree with]
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[VO-NAT]

The memorial concluded the annual Pride in the Park Celebration.
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[11Warner-Jones]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=03-26 1:49:06]
[GRAPHIC=Campaign 2002]


Some democrats are upset with a member of their own party.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Nov. 2001]


Democratic Congressional candidate and former Dukes of Hazzard Star Ben Jones is using the Confederate Flag in his bid to unseat Republican Eric Cantor.
On Thursday, Former Democratic Governor Doug Wilder expressed alarm that the party has not objected to Jones' use of the flag to try to win over rural voters in the 7th district.
Governor Warner has endorsed Jones, but on Friday said he disagrees with Jones' decision to use the flag.
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[SOT :00:52]
[IN Q=I think Ben Jones]

((GOV. MARK WARNER: I THINK BEN JONES, A LIFE MEMBER OF THAT NAACP, SOMEBODY WHO WAS ACTIVE IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT, SOMEONE WHO WAS IN HIS PREVIOUS TENURE IN CONGRESS WAS SUPPORTIVE OF CIVIL RIGHTS LEGISLATION IN CONGRESS HAS A GOOD RECORD ON CIVIL RIGHTS ISSUES, ON THE QUESTION OF THE FLAG HE AND I SIMPLY DISAGREE.))
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Jones uses the flag on the roof of his campaign car, which resembles the one made famous by the TV series Dukes of Hazzard.
Jones represented Georgia in the House for three terms, beginning in 1989.


[Jamie-Lee]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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A new children's book by a Hollywood star gives a lesson in self-esteem. But at least one expert says those lessons are only the beginning.
Jennifer Miller reports.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Hollywood, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jamie Lee Curtis/Actress, Writer; :10]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News; 17]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Patricia Saunders/Psychologist; 1:03]
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((SHE IS ONE OF HOLLYWOOD'S MOST RECOGNIZED WOMEN ... BUT AS A YOUNG GIRL ACTRESS JAMIE LEE CURTIS REMEMBERS SUFFERING FROM LOW SELF ESTEEM.

SOT, JAMIE LEE CURTIS/ACTRESS AND AUTHOR

"I just remember making mistakes and feeling really mortified and embarassed and really hating myself for it."
MILLER STANDUP: SHE'S COME A LONG WAY. IN HER NEW CHILDREN'S BOOK, 'I'M GONNA LIKE ME,' CURTIS -- A MOTHER OF TWO -- AND CO-AUTHOR LAURA CORNELL REMIND KIDS WHO HAVE BEEN LET DOWN TO KEEP THEIR CHIN UP ... WITH RYHMES SUCH AS 'I'M GONNA LIKE ME WHEN I DON'T RUN SO FAST, THEN THEY PICK TEAMS AND I'M CHOSEN LAST.'

SOT, JAMIE LEE CURTIS ACTRESS/AUTHOR

"If you don't get chosen on the playground, does that mean you don't exist.
CURTIS SAYS HER INABILITY TO DO THINGS CAUSED HER SELF ESTEEM TO SPIRAL.
SHE SAYS KIDS CAN FEEL BETTER ABOUT WHO THEY ARE BY EVALUATING AND UNDERSTANDING THEMSELVES....AND MASTERING NEW SKILLS.

SOT: DR. PATRICIA SAUNDERS/PSYCHOLOGIST

It's a corner stone, it's necessary, but not sufficient."

(TWO SHOT W/ SAUNDERS)

CHILD PSYCHOLOGIST PATRICIA SAUNDERS SAYS BEFORE THE SEEDS OF MASTERY CAN TAKE ROOT ... KIDS MUST HAVE FERTILE SOIL -- A LOVING PARENT.

SOT: SAUNDERS

"Without that soil it's not going to help, because the child will emphasize the process too much without the feeling and they'll be a compulsive doer .. or what we call overachievers."
AND SAUNDERS SAYS IT'S NEVER TO EARLY TO NURTURE YOUR CHILD'S SELF ESTEEM ... IT BEGINS TO DEVELOP AT INFANCY. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))


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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming up next on the newscast, we'll see if the fall folliage is going to brighten up our region,
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[VO-NAT ]

Plus we'll see if a new world record can take the sting out of one woman's life.
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[Scorpion-Woman]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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They're the kind of creatures most of us go out of our way to avoid--
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pattaya, Thailand;]


But a woman in Thailand will spend the next month locked inside a room full of deadly scorpions.
She's hoping to break a world record.
Kanchana Ket-kaew has begun her stay inside a glass room full of three thousand scorpions.
Inside her temporary home, she's equipped herself with a television, some books, and a bed full of scorpions.
But Kanchana is not new to the dangerous creatures -- she's been dubbed Thailand's "Scorpion Queen" after performing with scorpions and centipedes for more than six years.
She has been stung several times, and says she's built up an immunity to venom.
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[Fall-Leaves]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=tbr]
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The outlook for bright fall foliage is looking pretty bleak.
Richard Thomas with the state department of Forestry says the prolonged drought will mean washed out colors in parched areas.
Thomas predicts that peak season in Virginia will be mid-to-late October.
But he says the leaves will fall earlier than usual this year.
Extension agents have said that parts of West Virginia and western Virginia have reported low color change of somewhere between 11 and 20 percent.
Some forecasters say that a couple of weeks of chilly nights, sunny days and some rain might bring back a little color.
[Weather] [NOON WEATHER] [9/23/2002] [TWO SHOT]
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW has dropped 170 points. The NASDAQ has lost 34.

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Coming up next in sports... highlights from N-F-L Sunday that feature some familiar faces from Blacksburg...
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[VO-NAT ]

And a NASCAR rookie has a found a familiar groove at Dover... and picks up a third win, setting a new record.
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[S-Dover]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-127 TC5827]
[GRAPHIC=Nascar]

Rookie Jimmie Johnson swept this year's races at Dover Downs with his win yesterday, tying the rookie record for wins in the process...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Dover, DE/TNT; :00]


Ryan Newman found the Monster Mile a little slippery when he spins in front of pole sitter and teammate Rusty Wallace.
Newman finished 8th, while Wallace was 15th.
Jeff Gordon's title hopes continue to fade.
Gordon got caught up in the mess started by John Andretti and Todd Bodine.
He spent 59 laps behind the wall and finished 37th.
But Gordon's protege fared quite a bit better.
Jimmie Johnson led 170 laps of 400.
He grabbed the lead for the final time at lap 240, and never looked back.
Johnson held off Mark Martin over the final few laps to sweep the year's races at Dover, and claim his third win this season.
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[SUPER=01-Jimmie Johnson/Third Win this Season; :06]
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[OUT Q=for the points battle."]
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-126 TC11031]
[GRAPHIC=Redskins]

Seven weeks ago the 49ers and the Redskins met on the grid- iron and yesterday they had a second- chance date...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-San Francisco, CA/Fox Sports; :00]


Dana Stubblefield has spent time with both the Niners and Skins during his career.
But- it was a good day to be a Niner.
A Stephen Davis fumble led to a Kevin Barlow nine- yard touchdown run.
Then San Francisco was able to make some moves.
Terrell Owens takes the ball on the end around and wants to pass.
Owens can't find anybody down field, so he tucks it under and runs behind his blockers.
He cuts back across the field and down the sideline for a 38 yard score, in which he probably ran about 68 yards.
It was 14 to 3, 49ers when Shane Matthews got the Skins on the board with a touchdown toss to Zaron Flemister.
[SUPER=30-Washington/10/San Francisco/20/;]

But San Francisco tacks on a field goal in the second half to win it 20- to- 10.
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[SUPER=01-Steve Spurrier/Redskins Head Coach; :00]
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[S-Falcons]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-104 TC20240]
[GRAPHIC=Falcons]

Michael Vick has fared pretty well in his first full season as the Falcons quarterback.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/ESPN; :00]


Last night the Bengals visited Atlanta and the Georgia Dome.
They had a tough time with Vick.
Vick hooked up with Brian Finneran on a 20 yard strike to give the Falcons a 13-nothing lead after a quarter.
The two would get together again midway thru the 2nd quarter, as Vick scrambled before he fired a 13- yard pass to Finneran.
[SUPER=30-Cincinatti/3/Atlanta/30/;]

Atlanta pulls away, to defeat the Bengals 30- to- 3.
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[S-Eagles]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-122 TC12006]
[GRAPHIC=NFL]

Meanwhile- another Hokie was in the end zone in Philly. Antonio Freeman and the Eagles dominated the field with the Cowboys, and improved to 2- and 1 for the season.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/Fox Sports; :00]


Emmitt Smith moved past Walter Payton for number one on the all- time rushing attempts list.
He needs just 362 yards to pass Sweetness and become the league's all- time rushing leader.
Donovan McNabb has some FLEET feet of his own as he steps up in the pocket and hits Freeman, who takes it 59 yards to the house.
[SUPER=30-Dallas/13/Philadelphia/44/;]


Philadelphia rolls past Dallas 44- to- 13.
The Cowboys are now one- and- two.
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[Emmys]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=kmc]
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The 54th annual Emmy Awards went to some new favorites, as well as some old "Friends" last night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-Academy of TV Arts & Sciences and NBC;]


After eight seasons, "Friends" finally won the trophy for Best Comedy series, with Jennifer Aniston claiming the prize for Best Actress in a comedy.
But Academy voters also proved that "Everybody Loves Raymond," giving the sitcom three acting honors.
Star Ray Ramono won Best Actor in a Comedy.
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[IN Q=It's surreal]
[SUPER=01-Ray Romano/Best Actor in a TV Comedy;]
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[OUT Q=make sure you're funny. **DOUBLE OUT]
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[VO-NAT]


"The West Wing" won the most Emmys last night--a total of four-- capturing Best Drama for the third year in a row.
Lead actress honors went to "West Wing" star Alison Janney.
"The Shield's"Michael Chikless won for Lead Actor in a Drama.
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