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More legal trouble is on the menu for Martha Stewart.
Her media firm says federal prosecutors plan to serve up a criminal indictment against her for alleged insider trading.
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And the Pentagon announces mandatory health screenings for those who fought in the Iraqi war.
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Occasional showers will continue to move across the region as temperatures remain on the cool side. I'll have your hometown forecast.
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...

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The news isn't good for domestic diva Martha Stewart, whose company stock is plummeting today.
That, as federal prosecutors prepare to seek criminal charges against her.
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
Stewart has been under investigation for alleged insider training of Imclone stock.
Scott Rapoport has the latest.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]
[SUPER=01-Scott Rapoport/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=Rapoport, CBS News, New York.]

(( THE LATEST POTBOILER IN THE MARTHA STEWART SAGA -- FEDERAL PROSECUTORS ARE SEEKING AN INDICTMENT AGAINST THE DOMESTIC DIVA, QUOTE, "IN THE NEAR FUTURE."
THAT'S ACCORDING TO MARTHA STEWARTS OWN COMPANY.

MS. STEWART HAS BEEN UNDER INVESTIGATION ON SUSPICION OF INSIDER TRADING. THE PROBE STEMMING FROM SHARES SHE SOLD OF BIOTECH COMPANY IMCLONE...JUST BEFORE THE STOCK PLUMMETED...ON THE NEWS THE COMPANY'S CANCER DRUG WAS REJECTED BY THE FDA.
STEWART IS A CLOSE FRIEND OF INDICTED FORMER IMCLONE CEO SAM WAKSAL...
Nat/Sot "Did you commit insider trading?"
WHO IS TO BE SENTENCED NEXT WEEK AFTER PLEADING GUILTY TO THE IMCLONE INSIDER TRADING SCANDAL ..THO WAKSAL HAS NOT IMPLICATED STEWART.

MS. STEWART HAS DENIED ANY WRONGDOING IN THE IMCLONE SALE.
Nat/Sot "I just want to make my salad."

THE STATEMENT ISSUED BY HER COMPANY MARTHA STEWART LIVING OMNIMEDIA DID NOT ELABORATE ON THE POSSIBLE CRIMINAL CHARGES....WHICH ANALYSTS HAVE SAID COULD RANGE FROM INSIDER TRADING TO OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE.
STANDUP/CLOSE; (TO COME...poss statement from prosecutors)
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In what's being called an unprecedented move, the Pentagon has ordered health screenings for all Americans who fought in the war with Iraq.
Within 30 days of their homecoming, they'll have to fill out a questionnaire, review it with a health provider and give a blood sample.
Returning troops will be asked whether they suffer from chronic symptoms like a cough or rash.
They'll also be asked to list possible exposures to pesticides, oil fires, or biological and chemical weapons.
The military is hoping to avoid a repeat of the aftermath of the 19-91 Gulf War, when thousands of veterans reported unexplained illnesses.

[Middle-East]


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President Bush covered more territory on the "road map" to peace in the Middle East.
He met today in Egypt with Arab leaders.
Tomorrow, he'll travel to Jordan.
Aleen Sirgany reports.
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[SUPER=03-Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt;]
[SUPER=01-Hosni Mubarak/Egyptian President;]
[SUPER=01-Shimon Peres/Former Israeli Prime Minister;]
[SUPER=01-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=Sirgany, CBS News, Washington.]

(( ROUND ONE OF U.S.-ARAB TALKS IN EGYPT ENDED TODAY WITH AN ENDORSEMENT OF PRESIDENT BUSHS ROAD MAP TO PEACE IN THE REGION.

(SOT) HOSNI MUBARAK/EGYPTIAN PRESIDENT

We shall continue to work for a Middle East that is free of strife and violence, living in harmony without the threat of terrorism
BUT FIRST THE VIOLENCE IN THE REGION MUST END IMMEDIATELYBOTH ARAB LEADERS AND PRESIDENT BUSH ARE VERY CLEAR ON THAT.

(SOT)BUSH

All progress requires rejection of terror, leaders here today have rejected terror.
ENDING THE TERROR IS ONE KEY POINT TO THE ROAD MAP FOR PEACE...THE OTHER.....PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS ISREAL MUST FULFILL IT'S RESPONSIBLITY OF TERRITORY SETTLEMENT.

(NAT) PROTESTS


BUT EVEN AS PRESIDENT BUSH LAID DOWN THOSE GROUND RULES, PALESTINIANS DEMONSTRATED IN THE GAZA STRIP PROTESTING THE VERY TALKS THAT COULD EVENTUALLY BRING THEM THEIR OWN TERRITORY. .
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AND IN THE WEST BANK, MORE VIOLENCEAS PALESTINIANS, UPSET OVER WHAT THEY SAY IS AN ISRAELI OCCUPATION THERE, THREW STONES AND MOLOTOV COCKTAILS AT SOLDIERS WHO RETURNED FIRE. BUT FORMER ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER SHIMON PERES THINKS THERES STILL A DECENT CHANCE FOR A RESOLUTION TO THE CONFLICT.

(SOT)SHIMON PERES/FORMER ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER

So if there will be here and there an incident, I don't think that this will break the negotiations. And if on the other hand they will be serious about their commitment, this will give it a real chance to go on.

(STANDUP)

MOVING ON WITH ROUND TWO OF TALKSPRESIDENT BUSH HEADS TO JORDAN TOMORROW WHERE HE WILL MEET WITH THE KEY PLAYERS.ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON AND THE NEW PALESTINIAN LEADER MAHMOUD ABBAS. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBSNEWS, WASHINGTON. ))

[Police-Dog]


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A grocery store and the nation's number one dog biscuit have teamed up to help Roanoke City Police take a bite out of crime.
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Kroger and Milk-Bone presented a check for five- thousand dollars to the K-9 unit today.
The money will go towards the purchase of a new dog, much like Axel here.
Police dogs aid their officers in tracking down criminals, drugs, and explosives.
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((JOHN HOOVER/K-9 UNIT OFFICER: TWO OR THREE OF US HAVE DOGS THAT ARE GETTING OLDER AND WE WANT TO HAVE A DOG READY TO GO, SO THIS MONEY WILL HELP US PURCHASE A NEW CANDIDATE THAT WE CAN START TRAINING NOW AND HAVE HIM READY TO GO WHEN THE CURRENT DOG RETIRES.))
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[OUT Q=the current dog retires.]
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Third-grade students from Wasena Elementary were on hand for today's presentation, which also included a demonstration of Axel in action.
A contest was held to name the dog, and student Sarah Berenato won with the name "Charlie."
For winning the contest, Sarah will receive a 25 dollar gift certificate from Kroger.
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[IN Q=I didn't think I]

((SARAH BERENATO/STUDENT: I DIDN'T THINK I WAS GOING TO WIN BECAUSE A LOT OF MY FRIENDS HAD REALLY GOOD NAMES AND I JUST CAN'T BELEIVE I WON.))
[SUPER=01-Sarah Berenato/Student]
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[OUT Q=can't believe I won.]
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Sarah says she plans to use her gift certificate to help her mom buy groceries.
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[Military-Dog]


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Meanwhile, it was a major war victory for a military dog and his owner, who are back home at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
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Sergeant First Class Russell Joyce received Fluffy as a gift from some Kurdish people while he was fighting in Iraq.
When Joyce returned to the U-S, he was NOT allowed to bring the dog with him.
Joyce sent letters to many animal rights groups, because without an owner, Fluffy would have been put to sleep.
Finally, Fluffy was granted the status of Honorary Military Dog, and was allowed to come home with his new owner.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=What every American]

((RUSSELL JOYCE/SPECIAL FORCES SOLDIER:WHAT EVERY AMERICAN IS DOING ALL OVER THE WORLD IN SUPPORT OF THIS WAR AGAINST TERRORISM, HE WAS PART OF IT AND HE DEFINITELY DESERVES THE OPPORTUNITY TO COME HOME AND BE FREE. ))
[SUPER=01-Russell Joyce/Special Forces Soldier;]
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[OUT Q=and be free.]
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As part of the agreement, Joyce had to take Fluffy to the vet shortly after his arrival to check for any diseases or problems.
But so far, he appears to be healthy and grateful for his new home.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming up next on the newscast, home sales are up in the region.
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Also accused bomber Eric Rudolph tells jailers how he was able to survive in the wilderness.
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[Rudolph]


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Accused bomber Eric Rudolph is expected to enter a plea today in the 19-98 bombing of a Birmingham abortion clinic.
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Rudolph had no comment as he was led into the county jail in Birmingham yesterday.
Hours earlier, he appeared in federal court in North Carolina, acknowledging his identity but entering no plea.
The attorney who says he will represent Rudolph in Alabama refuses to say whether or not the suspect maintains his innocence.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Meanwhile Rudolph told Cherokee County jailers that he survived five years in the rugged mountains of western North Carolina by hunting wild game.
He says he killed 22 turkeys, a deer and even a bear with a hunting rifle.

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Home sales are still booming in Virginia.
The Virginia Association of Realtors reports a three-percent increase in home sales in April, compared to the same time last year.
Areas with the biggest jumps were Lynchburg, Williamsburg, Martinsville and the New River Valley.
Charlottesville saw a slight drop.

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Some Halifax County residents are not giving up in their fight to keep Virgilina Elementary School open. Recently the Halifax County School Board decided to close the school.
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[SUPER=03-Halifax Co./January 2002]


Since the vote, opponents have gathered nearly 700 signatures.
Last night they took that petition to county leaders.
They're asking the Board of Supervisors to pass a resolution urging the school board to keep Virgilina open.
They also want the board to restrict or eliminate county tax dollars and loan obligations to capital programs that encourage the closing of community schools like Virgilina.
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Supervisors did not take any action last night because two members were absent.
They could take up the issue at next week's meeting.

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Virginia Tech's board of visitors could soon change the way it makes important decisions.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

The board is now considering a resolution that says its members and the public must be notified at least ten days BEFORE a resolution can be passed. The proposal is a response to the board's March 10th meeting, when members made a surprise move to eliminate the university's affirmative action policy.
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((RODMAN LAYMAN: I THINK THE REAL EFFORT HERE IS SORT OF THE SPIRIT OF THE THING TO MAKE SURE EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT WE WANT THEM TO BE INFORMED WHENEVER POSSIBLE AND THAT WE WANT TO KEEP EACH OTHER INFORMED.))
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In a surprise announcement, the board announced the resignation of Bruce Smith, citing scheduling conflicts. Smith was appointed to the board last July. He has attended one of six meetings.

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Roanoke City Council greeted a new member of the city's team yesterday.
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Board members officially welcomed Wilhemina Boyd to Roanoke yesterday afternoon.
As the city's new director of civic facilities, Boyd is responsible for managing the Civic Center and Victory Stadium.
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[IN Q=I am so happy]

((WILHEMINA BOYD/DIRECTOR OF CIVIC FACILITIES: I AM SO HAPPY TO BE IN ROANOKE. IT'S JUST A BEAUTIFUL CITY. IT LOOKS LIKE GOD CAME HERE AND STAYED.))
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[OUT Q=came here and stayed.]
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[VO-NAT]


Boyd comes to Roanoke from Dallas, Texas, where she oversaw projects such as the 125- MILLION dollar renovation of the Dallas Convention Center.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming up next, Governor Warner makes life a little easier for state wineries.
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Also we'll tell you what is behind the hottest thing to hit the wine market. It's a cheap wine known affectionately as Two Buck Chuck.
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Governor Mark Warner has lifted some of the restrictions on Virginia wine-makers.
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Starting July First, Wineries will be allowed to ship up to two cases a month to customers who reside in some states, and Virginians will be able to order wines from sellers in those states.
Some wineries are already getting orders.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=It's about the]

((ANN KIERNAN/JAMES RIVER CELLARS; IT'S ABOUT THE CONSUMER. IT'S A CONSUMER ORIENTED BUSINESS AND IF THEY'RE HAPPY, THAT GENERATES HAPPINESS, MORE KNOWLEDGE OF THE INDUSTRY, MORE INTEREST IN PURCHASING OUR PRODUCT.))
[SUPER=01-Ann Kiernan/James River Cellars; ]
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[OUT Q=purchasing our product.]
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[VO-NAT]


Virginia had few wineries when the inter-state sales were banned in 1933.
Now it is a growing industry. The Commonwealth is home to 80 wineries.
The new law also applies to beer.
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[2Buck-Chuck]


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Here's something else that has many people saying "Cheers."
It's a California wine that costs less per bottle than most vintage does per GLASS.
But as Jerry Bowen tells us, the Two Buck Chuck isn't your average cheap wine.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Frank Prial/"New York Times" Wine Critic; :38]
[SUPER=01-Jerry Bowen/CBS News; 1:16]
[SUPER=01-Fred Franzia/Bronco Wine Company; 1:48 (2nd Time)]
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[OUT Q=Bowen, CBS News, Los Angeles.]

((
ITS THE CALIFORNIA WINE:

(SOT:) BEST BUY!


WITH THE CULT FOLLOWING:

(SOT: MERCY MALICK/SHOPPER) "CHARLES SHAW IS KNOWN IN LOCAL CIRCLES AS

TWO BUCK CHUCK."
HUMBLE TWO BUCK CHUCK. THE DOLLAR-NINTY-NINE NECTAR OF THE GODS THAT IS SINFULLY CHEAP AND GOOD:

(SOT:) "BETTER THAN THE BOX WINES WE DRANK IN COLLEGE FOR THE SAME

PRICES."
A FULL YEAR AFTER FLOODING THE MARKET LARGELY ON THE WEST COAST...ITS STILL BEING SOLD BY THE CASE TO WINE LOVERS WHO CAN'T GET ENOUGH:

(SOT:) "HOW LONG CAN IT LAST? A BUCK 99 YOU KNOW? EVERY TIME I'M

HERE I GO, 'THANK GOD!' IT'S HERE."
EVEN THE NEW YORK TIMES WINE CRITIC SEES IT AS A SORT OF BLESSING:

(SOT: FRANK PRIAL/NYT WINE CRITIC)

"IT'S OKAY. IT CERTAINLY RATES AS WELL AS ANY OTHER TWO DOLLAR BOTTLES OF WINE. OF WHICH THERE ARE ALMOST NONE. (HE SMILES)

(NAT SOT: TOAST AT MERCY'S PARTY)


AND NOW, BETWEEN TOASTS, TWO BUCK CHUCK HAS BECOME THE STUFF OF URBAN LEGEND:

(SOT: MERCY MALICK) "AN AIRLINE THAT HAD GONE OUT OF BUSINESS OR OVER

PURCHASED FOR ITS FIRST CLASS PASSENGERS. UNLIKELY NOW THAT THE SUPPLY SEEMS TO KEEP SHOWING UP."
OR THAT CHARLES SHAW IS A BIGHEARTED BILLIONAIRE:

(SOT: MERCY MALICK) "WHO WANTED TO EXPOSE THE PROLETERIAT TO THE FINER

THINGS IN LIFE. (SHE LAUGHS)

(NAT SOT BOTTLING)

ACTUALLY ITS AN OVER-ABUNDANCE OF GRAPES THAT'S MADE CHARLES SHAW CHEAP TO BOTTLE. AN ESTIMATED 5 MILLION CASES SO FAR. EASILY OUTSELLING MORE FAMOUS BRANDS...LIKE MONDAVI AND GALLO...IN CALIFORNIA.

(BOWEN ON CAMERA)

AND CHARLES SHAW? ITS A WINE LABEL OWNED BY ONE FRED FRANZIA....A DISTANT RELATIVE ON THE GALLO FAMILY VINE... A RECLUSIVE BUSINESSMAN CONSIDERED A PAIN IN THE NECK TO CALIFORNIA'S WINE ESTABLISHMENT:

(NAT SOT:) "NICE TO SEE YOU!"


FRANZIA CONTROLS SCORES OF BRANDS AND LABELS..INCLUDING CHARLES SHAW...THAT UNDER-SELL THE PRESTIGE VINYARDS. AND TWO BUCK CHUCK IS JUST HIS LATEST BROADSIDE:

(SOT:) "WE HAVE OTHERS UP OUR SLEEVE WE THINK ARE EVEN BETTER COMING

OUT."
HE ALSO CONTROLS MORE THAN 30 SQUARE MILES OF CALIFORNIA VINEYARDS. AND HE THINKS BIG. NEXT HE PLANS TO TAKE ON INVADING AUSTRALIAN WINE MAKERS:

SOT: "WE'RE GOING TO TAKE 'EM ON. SLAP EM AROUND AS HARD AS WE CAN!

/applause"
IN THE MEAN TIME HE'S TRYING TO MAKE ONE OF THOSE URBAN LEGENDS A REALITY. REMEMBER THE ONE ABOUT THE BILLIONAIRE?:

SOT: "INTERESTING LEGEND. (PUTS WATER BOTTLE TO LIPS) WE DON'T HAVE

ANY BILLIONAIRES AROUND HERE. (DRINKS) YET. (SMILES)"
BUT HE'S GETTING THERE. TWO BUCKS AT A TIME.
JERRY BOWEN CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES. ))
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

Coming up in sports...the plan for expansion to Lane Stadium in Blacksburg is back on track...
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[VO-NAT ]

And we'll see if the Mighty Ducks could take flight against the Devils.
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[S-ACC]


[ANCHOR=kim]
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The ACC entourage is now headed to Syracuse to tour the Carrier Dome, the campus, and probably grab some lunch at Varsity Pizza on Marshall Street. The two day visit with the Orangemen begins today.
Commissioner John Swofford and the other 8 member of the ACC's traveling circus wrapped up their two day tour of Chesnut Hill and Boston College yesterday. Of the three schools being courted for membership- B-C can't wait to sign up.
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[SUPER=01-Gene DeFilippo/Boston College Athletic Director; :00]
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[OUT Q=...about Boston College."]
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[VO NAT CON'T]
[SUPER=03-Miami, FL;]

Most believe that these visits - including last Friday's at Miami - are nothing more than a formality. But Swofford says don't look a formal decision in the next day or so.
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[IN Q=IN TERMS....]
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[RUNS=:25]
[OUT Q=...POINT AND TIME."]
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[graphic=acc/big east]

The Big East presidents still plan to meet with Miami's Donna Shalala tomorrow.
The meeting will take place in Washington, DCTERMS. She is doing this because she's concerned about the fallout from her University's departure, or she is simply gathering her fellow presidents together to tell them goodbye.

[S-Stadium]


[ANCHOR=kim]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The Virginia Tech Board of Visitors met yesterday afternoon, and offered up some positive news for proponents of the West Side expansion to Lane Stadium.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

Ever since the whole Big East-ACC talks began, the 15- million- dollar project was thought to be shelved. But nearly 2- million dollars has been pledged to keep the project on schedule. These gifts will allow the design and planning for the west side expansion to continue. Because the bulk of the private funding has not been secured at this time - construction cannot begin.
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[S-NHL]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=mst]
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[GRAPHIC=NHL]


The Stanley Cup finals again went to overtime last night as the Might Ducks tried to even up their best of seven series with New Jersey.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Anaheim, CA/ABC Sports; :00]

And once again, the Ducks were Mighty in OT as Steve Thomas scored just 39 seconds into the extra session as Anaheim beat New Jersey, 1-0.
[super=31-New Jersey/0/Anaheim/1/Final In Overtime;]

After getting beat in the first two games - Anaheim has battled back to tie the series.
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