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Coming up on News 7-
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Fighting has ended for now in the Middle East, as both sides agree to a temporary truce. A night of partying in Chicago turns fatal, after a porch collapses, killing 12 people. And one of Hollywood's most respected women in film has died.
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Plus your Fourth of July forecast. News 7 is next.

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Three major Palestinian groups have declared a cease-fire--and Israel has left part of the Gaza Strip.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens, in for Teresa Hamilton.

[Middle-East]


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A fresh chance for peace in the Middle East. Palestinian militant groups have agreed to a cease-fire...and Israeli troops have pulled out of Gaza. Aleen Sirgany has the latest from Washington.
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[SUPER=03-Gaza City, Gaza; :00]
[SUPER=01-Gideon Meir/Israeli Foreign Ministry Senior Official; :38]
[SUPER=01-Abdel Aziz Rantissi/Hamas Spokesman; :49]
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((THE LATEST SYMBOLIC MOVE DOWN THE ROADMAP TO PEACE HAPPENED ON DARK ROADS IN NORTHERN GAZA. ISRAELI TANKS RUMBLED TO LIFE, LEAVING BEHIND LAND PALESTINIANS CALL THEIR OWN. THIS MOVE BY THE ISRAELIS FOLLOWS AN ANNOUNCEMENT BY THREE PALESTININAN MILITANT GROUPS. A THREE-MONTH TRUCENO MORE SUICIDE ATTACKS. THE OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT CAME AS NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER CONDOLEEZZZA RICE VISITED THE REGION AND MET WITH ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON AND PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER MAHMOUD ABBAS. ABUT SIDES REMAIN SKEPTICAL.

(SOT: Gideon Meir/Israeli Foreign Ministry Senior Official)

12:31:05 Because as long as there is an internal agreement between the Palestinian Authority and the terrorist organizations, and as long as an infrastructure of terror is staying in place, there cannot be peace.
(SOT: Abdel Aziz Rantissi/Hamas Spokesman)

12:32:38 All kinds of aggression against Palestinians should be stopped. THE GOAL...NO VIOLENCE AND A PALESTINIAN STATE EMERGES BY 2005. . BUT ONE RENEGADE TERROR ATTACK OR ISRAELI MILITARY STRIKE COULD SEND BOTH SIDES CAREENING OFF THE ROADMAP TO PEACE. BUT FOR NOWA NEW FORCE IS ABOUT TO TAKE COMMAND IN NORTHERN GAZA. PEACE-KEEPING HERE NOW BELONGS TO THE PALESTINIAN POLICE FORCE.
(SOT: Aleen Sirgany/CBS News)

THE WHITE HOUSE HAS SAID ALL ALONG, A CEASE FIRE ALONE ISNN'T ENOUGH TO END THE CONFLICT IN THE MIDDLE EAST. PRESIDENT BUSH WARNED THE PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER MAHMOUD ABBAS THE MILITANT GROUPS MUST BE DISMANTELED ONCE AND FOR ALL...SOME PALESTINIANS FEAR THAT MOVE COULD TRIGGER A CIVIL WAR. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

[Operation-Sidewinder]


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The level of violence and coordinated attacks against U-S and British troops have been increasing in Iraq since major combat ended there...
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so today, troops launched a new operation to stop it. It's called "Operation Sidewinder," and is meant to root out Saddam loyalists and suspected terrorists, and possibly lead to Saddam himself.
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[IN Q=WE EITHER ]

((PAUL BREMER, US SPECIAL ENVOY TO IRAQ [ONSCREEN CREDIT 'BREAKFAST WITH FROST' - BBC] WE EITHER CAPTURE OR KILL HIM. THERE'S NO DOUBT THAT THE FACT THAT WE HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO SHOW HIS FATE ALLOWS THESE REMNANTS OF THE BAATHIST REGIME TO GO AROUND AND SAY SADDAM WILL COME BACK AND WE WILL COME BACK SO DON'T COOPERATE WITH THE COALITION))
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The operation kicked off this morning with attack aviation, armour units, and infantry forces conducting massive raids across Central Iraq. Troops detained more than 60 people and seized weapons and military documents.
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[Radford-Fire]


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A kitchen fire killed one Radford man last night. Fire officials believe the blaze started on a stove where 85- year- old Guy Spencer was cooking meat. Spencer was found in the living room unconscious. He was transported to the New River Valley Medical Center where he later died. Spencer's son who lives in the basement sustained minor injuries when he tried to break a window to help his father. Officials say Spencer owned an extensive train collection worth up to 20- thousand dollars which was damaged in the fire.

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The November election may still be more than four months away, but candidates for the 17th District have already started campaigning. Roanoke City Councilwoman Linda Wyatt is the Democratic candidate who says she hopes to take some "Common Sense" to Richmond.
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The retired elementary school teacher would also like to see the state allot more funding for education.
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((LINDA WYATT/D- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: THE STATE LEGISLATURE HAS SAID THERE ARE CERTAIN STANDARDS OF QUALITY THAT MUST BE MET AND THEY SEND THOSE MANDATES DOWN TO LOCALITIES AND SAY YOU MUST DO THESE THINGS, BUT THEY DON'T SEND THEIR FAIR SHARE OF THE FUNDING TO DO IT.))
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Wyatt adds all legislatures think education is important, but the General Assembly needs to step up to the plate and put more money behind the Commonwealth's young people.
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William Fralin is the Republican candidate for the district. The Roanoke attorney says he hopes to rebuild Republican seniority in the General Assembly that's necessary to protect Roanoke. He says he looks forward to being part of a solution to Virginia's transportation and education problems. And also hopes to restore funding to Southwest Virginia's cultural institutions.
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[Goodyear]


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Goodyear Tire workers have rejected the company's latest offer, and say they are ready to strike if necessary.
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The United Steelworkers of America union has broken off contract negotiations with Goodyear and no new talks have been scheduled.
The union's contract with eleven Goodyear plants, including Danville, expired April 19th, but had been extended on a day-to-day basis while talks continued. Major issues include job security, health care for retirees and restructuring debt. The contract remains in effect for now because both sides had agreed to a 72-hour notice before termination. The Danville plant employs two thousand union members.
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[Willis-Fund]


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Gerald Willis is on a mission to teach the children in the valley about a day his father survived but many others did not. Now he's donating his time and money in hopes of sending thousands to the National D-Day Memorial. Jennifer Wishon reports.
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((HERE'S SOME GREAT PICTURES OF DAD.))
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When Gerald Willis' father died last November, he had decided how to spend part of his inheritance before he got home from the funeral. ((NATS OF D-DAY DEDICATION)) Robert Willis was a D-Day Veteran. He and another soldier were the only survivors from his unit left alive on the beach in Normandy that day. Gerald says his father changed the day the D-Day Memorial was dedicated.
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[IN Q=He said I can't]

((GERALD WILLIS/WILLIS FUND: HE SAID I CAN'T BELIEVE IT TOOK THEM THAT MANY YEARS TO BUILD A MEMORIAL BUT THEY FINALLY DONE IT.))
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Seven months ago, as Gerald returned from his father's funeral, a little girl looked at his D-Day hat and asked what it meant. At that moment he knew more young people needed to be educated about what U-S soldiers did during World War II.
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[IN Q=So I gave five thousand]

((GERALD WILLIS/STARTED D-DAY FUND: SO I GAVE FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS TWO WEEKS AGO ON TUESDAY TO THE ROANOKE CITY SCHOOL BOARD. MY GOAL IS TO RAISE TEN THOUSAND MORE DOLLARS.))
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He hopes that will be enough to ensure all six and seventh graders across the Roanoke valley get to visit the Memorial that helped his father find peace.
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((HE SERVED THROUGH WORLD WAR II AND THEN HE WENT BACK TO KOREA.))
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To commemorate the dedication of the memorial, Gerald filled a scrap book with pictures and newspaper articles. He hopes the scrap book made a difference during his father's last hours.
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[SOT 10:26:03:01]
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((HE HAD FELL OFF IN THE FLOOR AND DIED AND THE BOOK WAS ON THE BED LIKE MAYBE HE HAD LOOKED AT IT THAT NIGHT BEFORE HE DIED OR SOMETHING.))
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So far Gerald has raised nearly two- thousand dollars. But he hopes more people will give in honor of those who died in the name of freedom. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))
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Donations to the Robert Willis D-Day Memorial Fund can be made at any Member One Credit Union.
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Still to come on the newscast, a dozen people are dead following a bizarre accident in Chicago...
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and the lights on Broadway are dimmed as Katharine Hepburn dies at the age of 96.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey, folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as Roy Stanley Memorial is another big success. Bruce Listzke finally has a magic major moment. The Avalanche comes home for a short break - interleague continues in the big leagues on this Sunday. Jason gets the win at Milwaukee - and should they stay or should they go tonight on the Big7.))

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12 people are dead and nearly 50 injured after a porch collapsed in a trendy Chicago neighborhood. All the victims were in their 20's. Stacy Case reports.
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(( CHICAGO POLICE WORKED SUNDAY TO KEEP TRAFFIC MOVING AROUND THE APARTMENT BUILDING WHERE A WOODEN DECK COLLAPSED.
THE RAILS HELD UP--- THE FLOOR IS GONE, TAKING WITH IT MANY LIVES.

NAT: tape 1/ 4:02:12 - NATS (traffic on scanner) "we have a triage van at burling and rightwood." tape 1/ 4:06:00 - NATS (radio traffic) "can we get an ambulance to the front of that building." TRACK: JUST AFTER MIDNIGHT, AN ESTIMATED 50 PEOPLE WERE STANDING OR DANCING ON THE 3RD LEVEL, WHEN IT PANCAKED ONTO PORCHES BELOW. 12 COLLEGE AGE FRIENDS WERE CRUSHED.
TRACK: NEARLY 60 OTHERS WERE INJURED----- SOME CRITICALLY. THE SCENE SO BUSY, FRIENDS HAD TO TREAT FRIENDS. THIS E

YE WITNESS DOESN'T WANT TO SHOW HIS FACE.
SOT: "WITNESS" "I heard a huge bang - it was like a thunderbolt - then a crash and a bit of screaming -- then I saw th

e porch, where people used to be standing and there was nothing." STAND UP: STACY CASE/REPORTING AT THIS POINT, ENGINEERS BELIEVE THE PORCH WAS STRUCTURALLY SOUND. PRELIMINARY REPORTS INDICATE -- IT LOOKS LIKE A CASE OF TOO MANY PEOPLE CRAMMED IN A SMALL SPACE. SUPER:CORTEZ TROTTER/EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR "There were several young people that lost their lives here this morning...and our thoughts and prayers should be aimed toward that and allowing the professionals here to get the investigation done as quickly as possible." -
TRACK: THE PORCH WAS LESS THAN A YEAR OLD--- AND OFFICIALS SAY BEER KEGS MAY HAVE ADDED TO THE WEIGHT. ----- THE WEIG

HT REPLACED SUNDAY BY EVEN HEAVIER GRIEF. STACY CASE CBS NEWS CHICAGO.))

[Jewel-Heist]


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Police in Florida say millions of dollars worth of jewels were stolen in what appeared to be a professional heist.
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At least six masked and armed men stormed into this jewelry store and smashed cases open with sledgehammers.
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((NICHOLAS WHITE/WITNESS-IT LOOKED VERY PROFESSIONAL. IT WAS JUST BOOM, LIKE THAT, A MINUTE THEY'RE GONE.))
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In fact, the robbery only took 42 seconds to complete. Store owners say two million dollars worth of precious jewelry was stolen.
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[IN Q=THIS WAS ]

((JIM LELJEDAL/BROWARD SHERIFF'S OFFICE-THIS WAS A VERY WELL PLANNED, WELL STAGED ROBBERY INVOLVING SIX TO EIGHT DIFFERENT PEOPLE. WE'RE NOT EXACTLY SURE HOW MANY PEOPLE BECAUSE THEY MOVED SO FAST AND AND THEY WERE IN AND OUT OF THIS STORE IN LESS THAN A MINUTE.))
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Witnesses say the men took off in two black Nissans. A ten-thousand dollar reward is being offered for their capture.
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[Hepburn]


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Elizabeth Taylor says every actress in the world wanted to be like Katharine Hepburn, and no one envied her grace, wit and charm. Hepburn died at her Connecticut home this afternoon at the age of 96. Drew Levinson has more.
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(("That we could call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." Narrator: It was that face....
SOT: (Clip-Katharine) "So Romeo would" Narrator: and that voice... SOT: (Clip-Katharine) "Were he not Romeo could...Oh
..How do you do." Narrator: That unmistakable Hepburn style. SOT: (Clip-Katharine) "I'm Jasey Miller."

Narrator: It was her uniqueness that made her such an attractive and compelling presence on the screen.
SOT: (Clip-Katharine) "Do something...do something.. Oh my goodness..well get behind me."
SOT: (Clip) "I am behind you."
SOT: (Clip-Katharine) "Well get closer."
SOT: (Clip) "I can't get any closer..now you're ready...okay."

Narrator: Just two years after she arrived in Hollywood she picked up her first Oscar "Morning Glory."
SOT: (Clip-"Morning Glory") Don't you think there's something very charming...something that just suits me about Eva lo

vely." Narrator: Then after several more winners, she hit a string of flops and was labelled box office poison. But Katharine Hepburn was not about to throw in the towel. She had starred in "The Philadelphia Story" on Broadway and bought the film rights herself, she never looked back. And then i 1942, Enter Spencer Tracy...and the dawn of a 25 year relationship...a romance on screen and off.
SOT: (Clip-Katharine) "Will you marry me." Narrator: They never married...Hepburn and Tracy made nine films

together.
SOT: (Clip-Katharine) "Finished..." SOT: (Clip-Kahtarine) "No."

Narrator: Their last.."Guess Who's Coming to dinner" was finished shortly before Spencer Tracy died. Katharine Hepburn earned her second Oscar for the film. She won four for best actress.
SOT: (Clip-Katharine) "How dear of you to let me out of jail." Narrator: The first and only person to ever do so. And s

he never picked one up in person. That was very much in character.
SOT: (Katharine) "I never played anybody that I didn't find interesting...because then I would have been a bore."

Narrator: Fiesty to the end, Katharine Hepburn acted well into her eighties..commanding audiences and awards..on television and in theatres.
SOT: (Katharine) "Lucky, lucky...and you could get used to anything..you see..the general public had finally gotten use

d to me."
Narrator: She will always be remembered for that face..(nat sot)..that voice..(nat sot)... that unmistakable Hepburn st

yle.
SOT: (Clip-Katharine) "Listen to me mister..you're my knight in shining armour..don't you forget it. You're going to g

et back up onto your horse..and I"m going to be right behind you...and away we're going to go..go..go."))

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Still to come on the newscast, it was a perfect day, even if it wasn't perfect golf at the Roy Stanley Memorial Tournament. We'll tell you how the weekend ended up...
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and, visitors got into the pioneer spirtit at Virginia's Explore Park. We'll tell you why in just a moment.
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[Explore-Park]


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Visitors at Explore Park were treated to "Lewis and Clark's Most Excellent Adventures."
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((NATS OF GLASS PLAYING.))
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Glasses were played at the park's 18th Century village. Park goers were celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition. From the Indian village to the park's grist mill, interpreters shared interesting facts about the historic expedition.

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[SOT 1:39:34:22]
[IN Q=William Clark married]

((ROGER ELLMORE/EXPLORE PARK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: WILLIAM CLARK MARRIED HIS WIFE AND HIS WIFE WAS FROM FINCASTLE AND THEY STOPPED HERE ON THE WAY OUT ON THEIR PREPARATIONS FOR THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION AND THEN THEY ALSO STOPPED BACK HERE AFTERWARDS TO KIND OF EDIT THE REPORTS BEFORE THEY WENT TO MONTICELLO TO REPORT TO PRESIDENT THOMAS JEFFERSON.))
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For park visitors who like a little more adventure, there was a navigation course set up for orienteers to practice navigating the way Lewis and Clark did 200-years ago.
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[SOT 01:41:12:28]
[IN Q=They were burning]

((THEY WERE BURNING AN AWFUL LOT OF CALORIES AND IN FACT THEY HAD TO EAT UP TO NINE POUNDS OF MEAT A DAY JUST TO KEEP THAT CALORIE INTAKE AND OF COURSE IF YOU START TO THINK OF THAT IT WOULD BE THE EQUIVALENT OF YOU EATING 36 QUARTER POUNDERS EVERY DAY.))
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[OUT Q=pounders every day]
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Ellmore says other area parks and museums plan to commemorate the historic expedition throughout the year.
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[S-AVS]


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The Salem Avalanche returned home for a short three game home stand before the Salem Fair forces the Avs to hit the road for 10 days.
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Tonight the Avs hosted the Warthogs, and the ever-popular Field of Dreams promotion continued tonight in the pregame.

In the bottom of the first the Avs would put a man on base and Todd Self will line drive one out into right field. Trevor Mote will score from third and it's 1-to-nothing in favor of Salem. In the top of the third, Ryan Stegall will make the nice stop on the grounder to third to gun down the runner and end the inning. In the top of the fifth with two men on - Winston-Salem's Chris Stewart will slap on through the hole into right field and Dylan Holt
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and Mike Morse come on down to put the Warthogs on top. But Salem wins game one of the series 4-to-3.
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[S-Open]


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On the champions' Tour today, Bruce Lietzke finally captured his first major by holding off Tom Watson.
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[SUPER=03-Toledo, OH/NBC; :00]

However, Lietzke had his moments - looking a bit our foursome in the Roy Stanley Memorial today. Unlike us, he would rally, shoot a 71 and capture his first major title in 53 attempts. Lietzke has now won 7 times since joining the senior circuit. He won 13 times during his career on the PGA Tour.
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[S-Day]


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The Avs are barely home long enough to do their laundry, but they're making time tomorrow for a one o'clock matinee at Salem Memorial, and it's more than the normal businessman's special.
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That start time is again one o'clock tomorrow.

[S-Roy]


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This year's Roy Stanley Memorial weekend wrapped up today at Hanging Rock.
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Today's event featured a morning and afternoon flight of golfers playing in a captain's choice format. Last year's festivities raised nearly $20 thousand dollars, and by the time the books are completed this year the foundation actually may match that figure.
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[OUT Q=...a year."]
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The winning scores were a dozen strokes under par, but those of us who played with Roy over the years made sure that we didn't give into the temptation to shoot any lights out golf. No - we would rather knock out some lights.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=BITES]
[SUPER=01-Bob Lee/WDBJ President & General Manager; :00]
[SUPER=01-Mike Stevens/WDBJ Sports Director; :15]
[SUPER=01-Mark Brown/Roy's Former Co-Worker; :39]
[SUPER=01-Travis Wells/WDBJ Sports Anchor; :53]
[SUPER=01-Robin Reed/WDBJ Meteorologist; 1:07]
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[OUT Q=...SMILING OVER THAT."]
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[vo nat con't] Once again Jim Heninger, and his crew with the help of the folks from Kroger prepared lunch for the golfers with grilled chicken and bar-b-que. Our thanks to all of the many volunteers who made this year's event a success.
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[S-Sox]


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The Boston Red Sox continued their redhot play of late as they beat the Marlins this afternoon and gave starter Derek Lowe his 9th win of the season,
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as the Sox once again hit double figures in runs. Friday night the Sox rang up 25 runs on the FISH, this afternoon Boston would get 11 more. Boston finished its seven-game homestand 6-and-1. The Red Sox start a 13-game roadtrip on Tuesday and won't be back home
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after the All-Star break. Today's final 11-to-7 Boston.
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[WIPE TO ENG#!!!!!!!!!!]


[S-Jays]


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[WIPE TO ENG#!!!!!!]
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In Toronto this afternoon, the Montreal Expos Tomo Ohka flirted with a no-hitter as he had the Blue Jays baffled going into the seventh inning. But in the 7th, the righthander have up this single to Carlos Delgado. It mattered little, however, as Ohka got the win and Expos the victory - 10 to 2 over the Jays.
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In St. Peter - the Braves beat the Devil Rays 2-to-nothing as Andruw Jones broke open the scoreless game in the sixth inning with this RBI single and that was all Russ Ortiz would need to get his 10th win of the season. The Braves beat the D-Rays 2-to-nothing. John Smoltz got four outs to finish the game and earn his 29th save this year.
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Smoltz also moved past Tom Glavine into fifth place on the franchise list by pitching in his 506th game in a Braves uniform.
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With the Winston Cup stars off this weekend getting ready for their fourth of July weekend in Daytona,
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the Busch Grand National series took center stage in West Allis, Wisconsin - just outside of Milwaukee at the Milwaukee Mile today. The race was all Brian Vickers in the 5 car for a good part of the day as he had the lead for 75, and dominated the event. Vickers ended up second, while Jason Keller, in the number 57 machine, rallied to win the GNC 250 for his first win of 2003. He led only the final 23 circuits.
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Stacy Compton finished 9th.

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The ACC and the Big East and a whole lot of other people are anxiously waiting to hear if Miami will join the ACC tomorrow.
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ACC commissioner John Swofford spoke with Miami President Donna Shalala once and athletic director Paul Dee twice on the phone Friday and he believes Miami is coming. He says the Canes biggest new worry about leaving the Big East was how the dynamics of an 11 team conference would play out. The Miami newsconference is set for 4pm tomorrow. (----------)