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Coming up on News 7-
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A missing Pittsylvania County woman is finally laid to rest. The company claiming to have cloned the first human says the baby will arrive in the U-S within hours. West Virginia's newest powerball winner makes good on his promise. Plus, if you want to catch this exhibit, you'll need to hurry.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.

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Folks heading home after the holidays are likely to see some changes at the airport.
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[anchor=Teresa]
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Check-Baggage]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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New Year's day is the deadline for airports to start screening luggage for explosives and Roanoke Regional is right on schedule. The local airport will begin screening checked luggage on Tuesday. Justin McLeod explains what you need to know before your flight takes off.
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[SUPER=01-Lynn Bagg/Air Traveler; :08]
[SUPER=01-Bob Schenkel/Federal Security Director; :32]
[SUPER=@justin1; :53]
[SUPER=01-Kyle Ireland/Air Traveler; 1:25]
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((((NAT SOUND OF WALKING INTO AIRPORT AT 10:49:10))
The next time you head to the airport, you'll notice yet another change since September 11th.
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((LYNN BAGG/AIR-TRAVELER: I THINK THEY SHOULD BE DOING IT. IN FACT, I THOUGHT THEY WERE DOING IT WHEN I CAME DOWN AND I FELT BETTER THINKING THAT THEY WERE DOING IT AND I'M GLAD THEY'RE STARTING.))
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What they're starting to do is screen checked baggage for explosives.
The government has mandated that there be explosive trace detection machines in all U.S. airports by January first.
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[IN Q=The TSA screener]

((BOB SCHENKEL/FEDERAL SECURITY DIRECTOR: THE TSA SCREENER WILL TAKE A SWIPE OF CERTAIN LOCATIONS ON THE BAG AND RUN IT THROUGH THE EXPLOSIVE TRACE DETECTOR.))
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At some airports those detectors will be visible while other equipment will be behind the scenes.
There are six here at the Roanoke Regional Airport, all located in the lobby.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: IT'S IMPORTANT TO REALIZE THAT EACH AIRPORT WILL BE DIFFERENT. HERE IN ROANOKE FOR EXAMPLE YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO BE HERE WHEN YOUR BAGGAGE IS CHECKED. LOGISTICALLY HOWEVER THAT WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE IN SOME OF THE LARGER AIRPORTS.))
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((QUICK NAT SOUND OF AIRPORT))
If you're luggage is checked without you being there, the TSA will place a notice in your luggage making you aware of that fact.
It is also important to remember that you should keep your checked luggage unlocked.
Screeners will break the lock if they have to.
The screening process begins Tuesday here at the Roanoke Regional Airport.
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((KYLE IRELAND/AIR TRAVELER: I'M SURE THERE WILL PROBABLY BE SOME DELAYS AND SOME UPSET CUSTOMERS AS WELL.))
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The Transportation Security Administration will work to keep those upset customers to a minimum.
The T-S-A says the screening will take just a few minutes and therefore should cause only a minor delay.
But it helps to be ready and you can do so by checking out the TSA's website.
That is tsatraveltips dot us.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Roanoke.))



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Luggage screeners aren't the only change coming to Roanoke Regional.
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Construction on a new 200-foot air control tower began more than a year ago.
Airport officials say the project is on time and should be completed by April.
The existing 50-foot tower is too small and more than fifty years old.
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((JACQUELINE SHUCK/AIRPORT DIRECTOR: THE OTHER MAIN PROBLEM IS THE CURRENT TOWER HAS VISIBILITY ISSUES WHERE SOME OF THE BUILDINGS ARE IN THE WAY WHERE SOME OF THE BUILDINGS ARE IN THE WAY OF WHERE YOU WOULD SEE AN AIRCRAFT TAXING. THE NEW TOWER WILL HAVE A VIEW EVERY SINGLE PART OF THE PAVED SERVICE OF THE AIRPORT SO THEY'LL BE ABLE TO SEE THINGS SO IT'S SOMEWHAT OF A SAFETY ISSUE.))
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The new tower will feature the latest aviation technology and radar equipment.
The Federal Aviation Administration is paying the control tower's 9-point-2 million dollar price tag.
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[Pulley]


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Friends and family gathered today to say good- bye to a Pittsylvania County woman missing for more than three years.
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37 year old Patty Jo Pulley disappeared in May of 1999 when she left her home to go shopping in Danville.
Last week, a passerby found her remains near a bridge in Caswell County, North Carolina.
This afternoon, Pulley was laid to rest in her hometown of Hobbsville, North Carolina.
The state medical examiner is still trying to determine how Pulley died.
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[anchor=Teresa]
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The Caswell County Sheriff said last week there were signs of foul play but would not elaborate.

[North-Korea]


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[WRITER=tha]
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The North Korean government says it isn't backing down on efforts to restart its nuclear weapons program. Today the Bush administration said diplomatic channels remain open, but that the U-S will NOT negotiate with the communist country until it disarms. Elizabeth Sanchez has more from Washington.
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[SUPER=01-Sen. Joe Biden/(D) Delaware; :53 ]
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((
(nat up briefly of talk show)

IT WAS ONE TALK SHOW AFTER ANOTHER AND THE MESSAGE WAS ALWAYS THE SAME.

(SOT: Colin Powell/U.S. Secretary of State)
(MEET) "We cannot suddenly say, Gee, we're so scared. Let's have a

negotiation because we want to appease your misbehavior."
THAT MISBEHAVIOR IS RECENT MOVES BY THE GOVERNMENT OF NORTH KOREA TO RESTART ITS NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM. IT HAS KICKED OUT U-N WEAPONS INSPECTORS AND IT HAS THE POWER OF TWO NUCLEAR BOMBS BUT THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION SAYS THIS IS NOT A CRISIS.

(FACE): "It's not a crisis because I believe there are still diplomatic

tools that we can use to deal with it and because nobody is mobilizing armies, nobody's threatening each other."
NO THREATS, BUT THE U-S IS URGING NORTH KOREA'S NEIGHBORS TO PRESSURE KIM JONG IL'S GOVERNMENT TO ABANDON ITS NUCLEAR AMBITIONS.

(NAT UP OF PROTEST)


AND NORTH KOREA IS SPONSORING MASSIVE PROTESTS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES AND WHAT IT CALLS AMERICAN IMPERIALISM.

(NAT UP OF PROTEST)



(SOT: Senator Joe Biden/D-Delaware)
(MEET) 09:25:46 "If things get out of hand in North Korea a lot more

damage can be done to U-S interest then can be done in the near term in Iraq."
IN 19-94, THE U-S NEARLY WENT TO WAR WITH THE NORTH KOREANS OVER A SIMILAR ISSUE.

(SOT: Robert Einhorn/Fmr. Senior State Dept. Official)

"I don't think that military option would have been wise then, I don't think that it is wise now."
NORTH KOREA HAS THE THIRD LARGEST STANDING ARMY IN THE WORLD BUT AT THE SAME TIME, A COLLAPSING ECONOMY AND A STARVING POPULATION. ANALYSTS SAY NORTH KOREAS DECISION TO RESTART IT'S NUCLEAR PROGRAM IS TO GIVE THEM BARGAINING POWER. ELIZABETH SANCHEZ, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON D-C.))



[Clonaid]


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Details are sketchy... but the company claiming to have cloned a human says the baby is coming to the U-S.
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Clonaid announced Friday that the child born Thursday is the first cloned human... but offered no proof. The company says baby "Eve" will arrive with her family tomorrow, and once she's home an independent expert can test its claim. Clonaid is affiliated with a religious sect that believes space aliens launched life on Earth. Clonaid said today a cloned baby is due to be born to a lesbian couple in Europe next week.
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[Powerball]


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A West Virginia church asked its parishioners to donate to its food bank today.
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But the Tabernacle of Praise in Hurricane got more than boxes of macaroni and cheese. Powerball winner Jack Whittaker is giving the church a check for 334- thousand dollars. And, that's only the first installment. After Whittaker won the largest single lottery jackpot in history last week, he said he would give a percentage of his gross winnings to three Church of God pastors.
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[IN Q=Everything that I get ]
[SUPER=01-Jack Whittaker/Powerball Winner; ]

(( EVERYTHING THAT I GET, TEN PERCENT WILL GO TO THE THREE PASTORS AND I'M HOPING THAT SOME OF IT WILL BE SPREAD AROUND TO PEOPLE WHO NEED SOMETHING. WE'RE GOING TO CONCENTRATE ON HELPING PEOPLE, MOSTLY HELPING PEOPLE IN WEST VIRGINIA. ))
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After taxes, Whittaker will receive about 113- million from the Christmas Powerball jackpot. He was already a millionaire with three construction companies.
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Still to come on the newscast, A-E-P is asking for your help to keep your neighbors warm this winter.
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and it took just 37 seconds to demolish 32 years of sports history in Cincinnati today. The story when NEWS 7 at eleven returns.
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A-E-P is asking you to help to keep the lights on.
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It's called the Neighbor to Neighbor Program.
It allows American Electric Customers to voluntarily contribute money toward the payment of a low income customers' winter energy bills.
Last year, customers in Virginia contributed more than 77-thousand dollars to the program.
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((TODD BURNS/AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER: IT'S SIMPLE. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS WRITE AN EXTRA CHECK WHEN YOU PAY YOUR ELECTRIC BILL, WHATEVER CONTRIBUTION YOU CAN MAKE IS APPRECIATED, LABEL IT NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR PROGRAM VIRGINIA AND JUST THROW IT IN WITH YOUR OTHER BILL.))
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A-E-P matches those contributions up to 37-thousand dollars.
Since the program began in 19-82, A-E-P has contributed more than two million dollars to the program.
Funds from the Neighbor to Neighbor program are distributed through Virginia's Department of Social Services.
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[Rke-Library]


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The New Year means a new schedule at Roanoke's main library.
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Starting January first, the library on Jefferson Street will close Sundays and shorten its Wednesday hours from 10 until 6.
The library is currently open from 9 to 9 on Wednesdays.
The changes are in response to a nearly 3-million dollar decrease in state aid to public libraries.
The Roanoke Library Board said recently it regrets the reduction in funding but quote "must share in the solution of a problem that affects us all."
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[Feedback]


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Traffic delays and women's sports top the issues in this week's viewer mail.
Here's Assignment Editor Joe McKean with Feedback.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./December 5; :05]
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((The snowstorm earlier this month that left people stranded for hours on Route 220 prompted a meeting among state and local officials to discuss the problem and ways to avoid it. One official put part of the blame on people who were unable or unwilling to move their vehicles, so the police and VDOT could do their jobs.
That sounded like a snow job to one viewer, [Larry D. Hicks/Boones Mill] who wrote: "I have heard some lame excuses before but this has to take the prize. 220 has been a problem for years when it comes to snowfall, and one would think after all this time there would be contingency plans just for this type of occurrence. But with [this] mindset...it is a wonder that VDOT even has one snowplow."
The thirtieth anniversary of Title IX, the federal law requiring equal opportunities for female athletes, has led to some discussion that maybe that law went too far.
A young athlete from Franklin County [Kristen Russell] wrote to say that equality is still an elusive goal.
"I would like to add that as a female athlete I think it is ridiculous and totally degrading that anyone would ever propose to make changes to Title IX. If any changes should be made it should be for female athletics to be recognized as they are...Our varsity volleyball team and softball team both made it to regionals this past year and we did not get a third of the publicity, the prizes or even the food that [the football team] received. I am not writing to express my complaints about our volleyball team, but simply to point out that women athletes are still not treated equally."
If you'd like to ring in the New Year with a few comments about sports, weather OR news, you can do it by regular mail...fax...or email.
Joe McKean, News-7.))



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Ahead on NEWS 7 at eleven, the N-F-L playoff picture is a lot more clear after today's action. We'll have highlights in sports.
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and an unlikely city is host to this exhibition that showcases a moment frozen in time.
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[Cinergy-Field]


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[WRITER=tha]
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The stadium that was once home to the Cincinnati Reds and the Bengals came tumbling down today-- along with three decades of history.
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The stadium that used to be known as Riverfront Stadium is no more. Cinergy Field was demolished today, deemed out of date just 32 years after it was built. The Reds now play in a new park next door. The Bengals, too, have their own stadium, built in 2000. The ballpark was often featured in photographs of Cincinnati's skyline, because of its prominent location along the Ohio River shore.
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[Ice-Sculptures]


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In a city known for its warmth, residents are donning padded jackets for a chance to see some unique creations.
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[VO-NAT 15:19:59 30 + pad]
[SUPER=03-Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam]

A miniature world is waiting for visitors inside this Vietnamese exhibition hall. The display is made of about ten thousand tons of ice and is a tribute to both Vietnamese and world heritage. Spectators get to see renditions from India's Taj Mahal to London's Big Ben.
The art of Ice- sculpting is ancient, but wasn't seen in Vietnam until about four years ago. Since then Vietnamese artists have been practicing and perfecting the skill. One visitor said the sculptures helped open his mind to other cultures.
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Coming up, we'll try to clear up the NFL playoff picture, JJ Redick comes up big again for the Dukies, and the Hokies have a surprise visitor at today's practice, but first in tonight's extra point,
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[SUPER=03-Landover, MD/Fox Sports; :00]


Darrell Green said "goodbye" to the NFL and the Redskins today in the final game of his 20 year career. Green helped the Skins end a 10 game losing streak to the Cowboys. Green got the call on this reverse and motored 35 yards. Washington won it 20 to 14, finishing the year at 7 and 9.
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The Atlanta Falcons didn't get the job done today in Cleveland, but the Dirty Birds backed into the playoffs anyway thanks to the Saints loss to Carolina.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/Fox Sports; :00]


The Browns were still alive for a post season berth themselves.
Atlanta trailed 10-zip before Michael Vick hooked up with Brian Finneran. Finneran put on a move and found the endzone to get the Falcons on the board in the second quarter. Vick threw for 240 yards on the day.
It was 16-10 Atlanta in the 4th quarter, but Browns backup QB Kelly Holcomb found Kevin Johnson for the tying score with 7 minutes left.
The Browns led 24-16 late, but Vick got Atlanta in position for the tie. However, Warrick Dunn
[SUPER=30-Atlanta/16/Cleveland/24/;]

was stuffed on 4th and one at the goal line. Cleveland won it 24 to 16.
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[S-Pats]


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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Foxboro, MA/Dolphins vs. Patriots; :00]


In the wild AFC, the Dolphins blew a 24-13 lead in the final two minutes against the Patriots.
Adam Viniateri kicked a field goal to send the game to overtime and then his 43 yarder in the extra frame won it 27 to 24. The Dolphins missed out on a shot to win the AFC East.
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[S-Jets]


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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-East Rutherford, NJ/Fox Sports; :00]


The Phins and Pats both needed the Jets to lose to the Pack to slip into the playoffs.
But it didn't happen. Chad Pennington tossed four touchdown passes and the J-E-T-S routed Green Bay 42
[SUPER=30-Green Bay/17/N.Y. Jets/42/;]

to 17, preventing the Packers from gaining the home field advantage in the playoffs. In the process they also won the AFC East and sailed into the post season.
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[S-Special]


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The Virginia Tech Hokies got a special visit from Senator George Allen today in San Francisco. Allen gave the players a pep talk at their final practice in preparation for Tuesday's date with Air Force. He watched the Raiders-Chiefs game on Saturday with his brother Bruce, who is the GM for Oakland.
Mike Stevens has more on the Walnut Bowl which the Hokies hope will be special in more ways than one.
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[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Virginia Tech Head Coach; :33]
[SUPER=01-Richard Bell/Air Force Defensive Coordinator; 1:04]
[SUPER=01-Lee Suggs/1255 Rushing Yards in 2002; 1:35]
[SUPER=01-Wes Crawley/Air Force Defensive Back; 1:43]
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[S-Tire]


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The Virginia football team is still celebrating its big win over West Virginia in the Tire Bowl. Steve Mason takes a quick look at a bright Wahoo future on the gridiron.
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[SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Billy McMullen/UVa Senior Receiver; :38]
[SUPER=01-Jerton Evans/UVa Senior Safety; :52]
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[S-Hoops]


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To the hoops court where Roanoke College will host the 10th annual V-Foundation Classic tomorrow and Tuesday. Joining the Maroons in the event will be Mount Union, Maryville and Transylvania. The tournament and auction proceeds will once again benefit cancer research.
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[SUPER=01-Page Moir/Maroons Head Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=coaches against cancer."]
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[S-Redick]


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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Durham, NC/Comcast Sports Net; :00]


Speaking of hoops, Roanoke's J-J Redick pumped in 28 points tonight for Duke against Dayton. The Blue Devils led the Flyers by 23 at one point in the second half, before Oliver Purnell's club closed to within 6. But J-J and company


[SUPER=33-Dayton/74/Duke/85/;]

(------------) held on to win it 85 to 74, improving to 7 and oh on the season.