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Coming up on News 7-
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Investigators wait for D-N-A evidence to determine if the remains found in North Carolina are those of Jennifer Short.
An elderly pedestrian is struck and killed in Roanoke County. And, a local group gives President Bush's handling of Iraq a thumbs down.
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News 7 is next.
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((FRANK CASSELL/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT: OUR LAB IN VIRGINIA SAID THE HAIR DIDN'T APPEAR TO BE SIMILAR, ONCE WE FOUND OUT WHAT CAROLINA SAID, THEN THAT BROUGHT US BACK.))
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Henry County investigators head back to Rockingham County, North Carolina.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Missing-Girl]


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Investigators initially said it wasn't Jennifer Short, now they're not so sure.
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Preliminary observations from the North Carolina Medical Examiner's Office reveal the remains found earlier this week in Rockingham County are consistent with Jennifer's sex, race, and age. As Justin McLeod discovered-- it may be several days before we know for certain.
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Henry County investigators spent all day Saturday in Rockingham County North Carolina.
They were searching for clues in the Jennifer Short case.
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((FRANK CASSELL/HENRY CO. SHERIFF: WE'RE SEARCHING FOR MORE PARTS OF THE SKELETAL REMAINS OR CLOTHING OR DUMP SITE, ANYTHING WE CAN FIND TO GIVE US MORE INFORMATION.))
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Some surprising information came out Friday afternoon.
Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page revealed the remains discovered earlier this week belong to a white female between the ages of 8 and 10.
The girl had shoulder length brown hair and has been dead for less than a year.
That description matches several characteristics of the missing Henry County girl.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THERE IS A STRONG POSSIBILITY THAT THE REMAINS FOUND HERE ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD ARE THAT OF JENNIFER SHORT. BUT THEN HENRY COUNTY SHERIFF WON'T SAY THAT WITH CERTAINTY. FRANK CASSELL SAYS D-N-A TESTING WILL DETERMINE THAT AND IT WILL BE DAYS BEFORE THOSE RESULTS ARE IN.))
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So for now, investigators will continue their search here in Madison North Carolina located about 30 miles away from the Short home.
On Monday deputies plan to drain a nearby creek in hopes of finding more bone fragments.
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((FRANK CASSELL/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: WE'RE TRYING TO FIND WHAT I WOULD TERM THE DUMP SITE WHERE THIS BODY WAS EVENTUALLY PUT DOWN IN THE WOODS, IN THE CREEK, WHEREVER, HOPING TO FIND FORENSIC OF EVIDENCE AT THE SCENE.))
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It is evidence that could say for certain whether this is Jennifer Short, and if so who killed her and why.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Rockingham County North Carolina.))

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An accident in Roanoke County this morning left one man dead.
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It happened around eight o'clock near the three thousand block of Pitzer Road. 83- year- old Robert Craighead was walking along the shoulder of the road when he was struck by a car traveling east.

Craighead was transported to Roanoke Memorial where he was pronounced dead a short time later. An investigation of the accident is continuing but no charges have been filed at this time.
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Officials in Turkey have seized more than 33- pounds of "weapons- grade" uranium near the border of Syria.
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Two men are in custody and charged with smuggling the material. Police say they were acting on a tip when they discovered the uranium in a lead container underneath the seat of a taxi- cab. Authorities believe the uranium came from an eastern European country and is valued at about 5- MILLION dollars.
It was intercepted 150- miles from the Iraqi border, but it's not clear where the suspects were headed.
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More than one- hundred- thousand demonstrators gathered in London today to protest the possibility of war with Iraq.
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Britain's Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has been President Bush's strongest ally on Iraq... But protesters say they don't want any more innocent Iraqis dying for what they believe would be a war over oil.
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((ALICE MAHON/MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT: WELL I HOPE THIS SENDS OUT A CLEAR MESSAGE TO THE PRIME MINISTER THAT THE BRITISH PEOPLE WANT NOTHING TO DO WITH BUSH'S OIL WAR AND THAT WE EXPECT HIM NOT TO AGREE WITH GEORGE BUSH.))
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The rally came as Britain and the U-S draft a joint-resolution on Iraq. It calls for Saddam Hussein to reveal all materials relating to weapons of mass destruction and gives U-N weapons inspectors access to presidential sites.
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A local group used its annual celebration today to express its opposition to the President's handling of Iraq.
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"Plowshares for Peace" held its seventh annual Peace Wave festival today in Roanoke. Despite a recent downturn in fundraising, the group said it could NOT afford NOT to hold this year's event.
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Dees believes people across the country need to be asking their legislators some hard questions about international policy.
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Four Virginia teenagers are accused of stealing more than a hundred cars. We'll have the details after the break.


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Also we'll see why some investors on Wall Street are afraid we will soon get a second helping of recession.
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Investors on Wall Street saw the major markets end in the red for the fifth straight week yesterday. The poor performance has some analysts worried that instead of an economic rebound, we could get a double dip of recession.
Randall Pinskton has more.
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(VO#1:) IT WAS ANOTHER DISMAL WEEK ON WALL STREET.



(SOT: ART CASHIN/ANALYST, UBS PAINE WEBBER)

I think the mood on the floor can best be described as apprehensive

(VO#2 ) FOR THE FIFTH STRAIGHT WEEK, THE DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE

LOST GROUND, CLOSING AT JUST OVER 77-HUNDRED - JUST SHY OF A 4-YEAR LOW... THE PAIN EXTENDED TO THE S& P 500 AND THE NASDAQ .. ON TRACK FOR DOUBLE DIGIT DECLINES FOR THE QUARTER... AND POSSIBLY WORSE...

(SOT: AL GOLDMAN/CHIEF MARKET STRATEGYST, AG EDWARDS) A lot of bears are

talking that the market is going to go down to 5-thousand. There's nothing holy. Nobody can predict bottoms or tops in advance.

(VO#3) MARKET ANALYST AL GOLDMAN SAYS INVESTOR CONFIDENCE IS VERY

LOW.. AND FOR GOOD REASON. WITH FORMER EXECUTIVES FACING TRIAL FOR fraud, STILL UNFOLDING ACOUNTING SCANDALS, PLUS , THE THE POSSSIBILITY OF WAR IN IRAQ, FEW ARE IN A BUYING MOOD.

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The problem in the market is that we have a state of Missouri 'show me market'(dis) they want to see the money, they want to see the corporate earnihngs, rather than look ahead 6 to 9 months as they typically do.

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LEADERS LIKE GE, PHILIP MORRIS, JDS UNIPHASE AND WAL MART .
ADDING TO THE UNCERTAINTY, RARE PUBLIC DISSENT THIS WEEK WITHIN THE FEDERAL RESERVE.. WHILE ALAN GREENSPAN AND THE MAJORITY HELD TEREST RATES STEADY, TWO MEMBERS CALLED FOR A CUT, ... SIGNALING their CONCERN ABOUT A DOUBLE-DIP RECESSION..

(SOT:AL GOLDMAN) Confidence will come back. That I can almost guarantee

because it always has and if anybodyhas confidence inthe long term growth of our nation, you buy qualitycompanies right now.

(RANDALL ON CAM CLOSE:) BUT THE BET IS THAT INVESTORS WILL REMAIN IN A

BEARISH MOOD , AT LEAST FOR A FEW MONTHS BECAUSE OF THE TIME OF THE YEAR... FROM THE WORST CRASH OF 1929 TO THE LAST CRASH OF 1987, OCTOBER HAS SPELLED TROUBLE FOR THE MARKET.. SO EXPECT INVESTORS TO SIT ONTHE SIDELINES, AT LEAST FOR A WHILE LONGER. RANDALL PINKSTON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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Authorities in Richmond have charged a group of teenagers with stealing more than a hundred cars since May.
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Police say the cars were stolen from an area stretching from Petersburg to Richmond.
The teens were apparently joy riding. Most of the cars were recoverd, but almost all were heavily damaged.
A Petersburg car lot had more than a dozen cars stolen.
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Two teenagers have been arrested so far. Police expect to make two more arrests.
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Civil War buffs are invited to get a unique perspective on the War Between the States by stopping by the sleepy community of Newbern this weekend. In this week's Time Off, Shannon Young takes a pit stop at the Wilderness Road Regional Museum.
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((Long before it was dedicated to chronicling local history, the Wilderness Road Regional Museum played several roles.
Named after the path leading from Philadelphia to the Cumberland Gap, the museum was built circa 1810 and served as a tavern, a post office and a family residence before being transformed into a place for the five chapters of the New River Historical Society to quite literally show their stuff.
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Floyd, Giles, Montgomery and Pulaski counties and the community of Radford each boast a room. Artifacts range from photographs, paintings and sculptures to clothing and antique furniture.
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((SARA ZIMMERMAN: LEGEND HAS IT THAT MARY INGALLS OF "THE LONG ROAD HOME" FAME WAS BORN IN THIS BED IN PHILADELPHIA.))

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The house and grounds are also of historical significance. Aside from the main building, which is an incredible 99-feet long, there are several outbuildings, some of which needed serious help before they could be opened to the public.
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There's also the former caretaker's cabin which, at one point, served as the Pulaski County Court judges' chambers after the courthouse burned down in the late 1890's. Today, however, the museum's focusing on an earlier era by holding a Civil War living history weekend. Members of the 4th U.S. Cavalry will be on hand to duplicate camp life and answer questions. They'll be backed up by displays...
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((SARA ZIMMERMAN: THESE ARE CIVIL WAR UNIFORMS FROM HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEMBERS THAT LIVE IN FLOYD COUNTY.))
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The volunteers who keep this old house cozy hope you'll stop by and join the thousands of travelers who've navigated the Wilderness Road.

Shannon Young, News 7, Newbern.))[Bedford-Fest]


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A festive crowd turned out in Bedford today.
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More than fifteen thousand people attended the 21st annual Bedford Centerfest celebration.
This year's festival featured an antique car show, more than a hundred crafters, and music on four stages.
Money raised from the event will go towards the D-Day Memorial.
Bedford Main Street hopes events like this one will raise nearly ten thousand dollars for the memorial by the end of the year.
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If you're looking to start your Christmas shopping early, you may want to head to the Roanoke Civic Center this weekend.
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That is where you'll find the 15th annual Craftsmen's Classic Arts and Crafts Festival.
This year's event features nearly 300 exhibitors from 25 states.
The three day event attracts more than 15-thousand people.
It continues until tomorrow from 11 to 5.
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A similar craft show is also taking place this weekend at the Salem Civic Center.
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Coming up next Brent will have a detailed look at our Sunday forecast,
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plus we'll tell you why one baker is glad his breakfast biscuit turned out as heavy as lead.
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Some workers in Smithfield, Virginia were literally "hamming" it up today.
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Employees at the Smithfield plant are hoping to find a place in the Guinness Book of World Records by creating the world's largest ham biscuit. In the end... the buttermilk biscuit which was stuffed with ham weighed in at one and a half tons. The construction project was all part of the Virginia- based meat processor's 250th birthday party.
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Coming up, both UVA and Tech post big wins on the gridiron, Jeff Burton wins today's Busch race at Kansas City, and the Ryder Cup is all tied headed to Sunday, but first in tonight's extra point,
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University of Cincinnati basketball coach Bob Huggins is listed in serious condition after suffering a heart attack this afternoon. The 49 year old Huggins was in Pittsburgh for a players' clinic. Doctors were able to relieve the heart blockage in surgery.
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It wasn't pretty in the first half, but the Virginia Tech Hokies fired up the defense and passing game to beat Western Michigan 30 to nothing. Bryan Randall had another solid day going 13 of 19 for 194 yards.
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To Kalamazoo we go where the 5th ranked Hokies became the highest ranked team to play at a Mid-American conference school.
Randall and the offense finally got untracked in the second quarter, thanks to the shovel pass right here to Lee Suggs. The Roanoker scampered 28 yards into the endzone, but Jon Mollerup missed the PAT so Tech led 9-to nothing.
On the Broncos next series, the big fella, Nathaniel Adibi forces the fumble. Alex Markogiannakis making his first start, scoops it up and and rumbles into the zone. Tech led 16-oh at the break.
Suggs added another score in the second half. His 40 career TD's make him the all time Big East leader.
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Tech's D threw a shutout as the Hokies stay unbeaten with a 30 to nothing win.
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Virginia extended its winning streak at Wake Forest to ten in a row with an electrifying comeback last night that resulted in a 38 to 34 Wahoos victory.
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Al Groh was confident and relaxed as his Cavaliers took the field at Grove's Stadium.
In the second quarter, the Demon Deacons would go up by a T-D and field goal when freshman running back Chris Barclay explodes up the middle for a nine yard scamper. It was 10-to-nothing Wake.
After a UVA field goal the Deacons go up 17 to 3 when Cornelius Birgs finds the end zone from 15 yards out. That Cavalier rush defense continues to struggle.
The Cavs closed the gap to a T-D when Matt Schaub hooks up with Ryan Sawyer on a 33 yard connection, making it 17-ten Wake.
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Trailing 27 ten at the half, UVA rallies. Schaub hits Keith Miller on his second of three touchdown passes on the night...and U-V-A wins its third in a row, 38 - 34.
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VMI tried to even its Southern Conference record yesterday in Lexington, but Furman had other ideas.
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It was homecoming day at Alumni Field, and the Paladins were out to spoil the party.
Furman led 28-7 in the second quarter, but Musa Sarki picks off the Billy Napier pass and heads back up field. Sari takes it 51 yards for a touchdown cutting the VMI deficit to two TD's.
Furman took a 48-21 lead in the third quarter when Al Means bulls his way in for the score from a few yards out.
But VMI wasn't done just yet. Joey Gibson throws a dart to Pedro Garcia good for a 10 yard touchdown,
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but Furman was way too much in this one. The Paladins win it 55 to 28.
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The Bridgewater College Eagles, who entered the yesterday's action ranked second in the nation in Division Three, did nothing to hurt their cause as they beat a pesky Christopher Newport team 25-to-6 at Jopson Field in Bridgewater.


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The Eagles came into this game having scored 113 points in their first three games, but the defense was even more impressive allowing just 26 points. And that "D" would live up to its billing as number 99, Jermaine Taylor breaks free and gets the sack on the Captains' Eric Carlson. That would set up a punt and a most unusual circumstance. Punter Phillip Jones is a quarterback and a punter and he gets rocked on this kick, but no flag was thrown because the refs determined the "trickery" of putting him in long shotgun formation put him in a gray area. Bridgewater broke on top late in the first half when freshman tailback Jamie Langley capped a 60 yard drive with this 5 yard scamper. It was 7-to-nothing at the half. The Eagles' Kyle Beach would add a 24 yard field goal in the third quarter, and those three points turned out to be all the cushion the Eagles would need.
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The Eagles control the clock on the ground in the second half as they beat Christopher Newport 25-to-6. Their ODAC opener is next Saturday at home against Hampden-Sydney.
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Several of our Friday Football Extra teams opted to play on Saturday this week. In Blacksburg, the Indians got together with neighboring Pulaski County in a backyard brawl.
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It was alumni day at Bill Brown Stadium as former Indians from 8 different decades were on hand, and they got to see a good show from the home team.
After a scoreless first half, Blacksburg got on the board when Sam Wheeler crashes across the goal line from six yards out midway thru the third quarter.
The Indians put this one away early in the fourth. Byron Hurdle buys some time and then lets it fly down the field. Cory Price goes up and makes a great grab before taking it to the endzone for a 75 yard score.
Shane Owen seals the deal with the pick of Britt Shumate and
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[Wipe to ENG!!]
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Down at Victory Stadium last night, Botetourt locked horns with William Fleming in another Blue Ridge affair. Fleming led 14-zip in the first quarter, and Taurus Boyd and the offense went to work again. Boyd fires this pass to Mijuan Curtis and check out Curtis with some nifty moves. He cuts across the field and down the sideline shaking off several tacklers all the way to the Botetourt five yard line. The Colonels would punch it in for 21 to nothing.
Lord Botetourt got some good field position after a muffed punt. Jeremy Mann can't escape the Colonels pressure. He gets stripped of the ball and Fleming recovers.
That didn't lead to points, but this did. It's that guy Mijuan Curtis again. He finds a hole and motors 72
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yards to paydirt and Fleming rolls by a final of 42 to Nothing.
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Also yesterday, Auburn beat Galax 20 to 19, and it was Roanoke Catholic picking up its first win beating Fishburne Military 15 to 14. Bath County was also a winner, taking out Clarke County 23-14.

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The Roanoke College men's soccer team has climbed to 16th in the NCAA Division III poll.
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The Maroons started the season OH and 2 but have realed off seven straight wins after yesterday's 1-nil win over Washington and Lee. Building off last years NCAA tournament run has been key.
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To the track where Jeff Burton won yesterday's Mr. Goodcents 300 Busch race at Kansas City for his 4th Busch win in eleven tries this year.
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Burton got past Kerry Earnhardt with 29 laps remaining to take the win. Burton was one of fifteen different leaders. He led 48 of the 200 circuits.
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We finish up on the links at the Belfry where Tiger Woods finally broke out of his Ryder Cup funk and helped the U.S. even the score headed to Sunday's singles matches.
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Woods teamed with Davis Love the Third to beat Thomas Bjorn and Darren Clarke four and three this morning. Then the two knocked off Sergio Garcia and Lee Westwood on the 18th hole of the four ball competition this afternoon. The Americans and Europeans are tied at 8 points apiece and the winner will get the Cup for the next two years.
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An old folk favorite tonight brought it's new sound to the Star City.
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The Indigo Girls performed to a crowd of more than seven hundred at the Roanoke Civic Center tonight.
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They played some of their old favorites like "Closer to Fine" and "Least Complicated."

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