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Coming up-
Reaction tonight to the death of Saddams sons.
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Nestle was sweet on Rockbridge County, but not anymore.
Did a Baylor University hoop player confess to shooting his roommate- The latest details.
Plus a different kind of emergency at one emergency room- when fire breaks out.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

News 7 is next.
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The night sky over Baghdad is alive with gunfire after word spreads that Saddam Husseins two sons are dead.
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((IT SHOULD MEAN THAT WE SHOULDN'T BE HERE AS LONG BECAUSE ONCE THEY GET THE MOST WANTED LIST CAPTURED THEY CAN SET UP A PRETTY GOOD GOVERNMENT AND WE CAN GET OUT OF HERE.))
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Not everyone is happy though. This was the reaction from a crowd in Mosul (Mow-zhul). They pelted soldiers with rocks.
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[Iraq]


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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Reaction to the killings of Uday and Kusay Hussein is no doubt mixed in Iraq.
One Iraqi man said "so what- it's not Saddam."
Another welcomed the news and said it's a sign better days are ahead.
Either way it is a major victory for the allied forces who've been knocking down Iraq's most wanted one by one.
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Jennifer Donelan is following the story and joins us live from Washington with the latest.
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(( U-S FORCES DIDN'T HOLD BACK WHEN THEY RAIDED THIS VILLA IN MOSUL.... AFTER A TIPSTER TOLD THEM SADDAM HUSSEIN'S TWO SONS WERE INSIDE. MEMBERS OF THE 101ST AIRBORNE BATTLED FOR SIX HOURS... THEN MOVED IN TO MAKE SURE THE TIP WAS RIGHT. Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez/Commander, Coalition Forces: "we have since confirmed that Udai and Quasai Hussein are among the dead". : THE TWO SONS TRAILED ONLY SADDAM HUSSEIN HIMSELF IN THE IRAQI POWER STRUCTURE. BOTH HELPED THEIR FATHER RULE HIS REGIME WITH AN IRON FIST... ORDERING EXECUTIONS AND TORTURE. AND SOMETIMES DOING THE DEEDS THEMSELVES.
Patrick Clawson/Middle East Analyst: "There's no question that both of Saddam's sons were responsible for the deaths of thousands." IN MOSUL SOME PEOPLE CHEERED THE NEWS... WHILE OTHERS PELTED SOLDIERS WITH ROCKS. IN BAGHDAD THE REACTION WAS MIXED AS WELL. TRACER FIRE LIT UP THE SKY AND GUNFIRE COULD BE HEARD THROUGHOUT THE CAPITOL CITY... MAKING IT HARD TO TELL WHAT WAS CELEBRATION AND WHAT WAS ANGER. NOW THAT IRAQIS KNOW THE SONS ARE NEVER COMING BACK... U-S OFFICIALS HOPE THE CONSTANT ATTACKS AGAINST AMERICANS WILL SLOW DOWN. BUT THEY ARE UNLIKELY TO END UNTIL SADDAM HIMSELF IF CAUGHT OR KILLED. Paul Bremer/US Administrator in Iraq: "I have said all along its only a matter of time before we will find Saddam Hussein and I hope that day is a day earlier now" :06 Jennifer Donelan/CBS NEWS/Washington, DC: IF HE'S ALIVE SADDAM'S HIDING PLACE REMAINS A MYSTERY. BUT MILITARY OFFICIALS ARE OPTIMISTIC SOMEONE WILL COME FORWARD WITH INFORMATION.... SINCE IT WAS THE HELP OF A TIP THAT LED TO HIS SONS. JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON. NOW BACK TO YOU.))
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[Lynch-Homecoming]


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Here at home, a huge welcome home for Private First Class Jessica Lynch.
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The former POW arrived in West Virginia to streets lined with well wishers.
Private Lynch stayed seated in her wheelchair as she thanked her parents and everyone who cared for her- even some Iraqis.
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((I'M SO GRATEFUL TO SEVERAL IRAQI CITIZENS WHO HELPED SAVE MY LIFE AND THE THE SPECIAL FORCES TEAM THAT SAVED MY LIFE.))
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Lynch also made special mention of her friend Lori who was killed in the war.
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((MOST OF ALL I MISS LORi. SHE WAS MY BEST FRIEND. SHE FOUGHT BESIDE ME AND IT WAS AN HONOR TO SERVE BESIDE HER. SHE WILL ALWAYS REMAIN IN MY HEART.))
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Lynch underwent three months of rehabilitation after suffering injuries in an ambush.
Eleven of her fellow soldiers were killed. Five others were captured.
U-S special forces rescued Lynch-
Private Lynch will need more rehab. She also wants to go to college and become a teacher.
For now though she says she's just glad to be home.
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[Swisher]


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The Commonwealth carried out a death sentence tonight... one that critics say was unjust.
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Bobby Wayne Swisher was put to death by lethal injection.
He was convicted in 1997 of the rape and murder of 22-year-old Dawn Snyder of Stuarts Draft.
But the jury that sentenced him to death used the same verdict form that the state Supreme Court ruled was defective in another case.
The state reversed the death sentence of Michael Lenz because of the improper form but refused to do so for Swisher.
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((JACK PAYDEN-TRAVERS: THE STATE OF VIRGINIA NEEDS TO LIVE UP TO ITS OWN CODES AND STATUTES WHICH SAY THAT DEFECTIVE JURY FORMS ARE NOT ALLOWED.)) ((STEPHEN BENJAMIN: IF THE JURY HAD HAD A PROPER VERDICT FORM THEY MAY HAVE SENTENCED HIM TO LIFE.))
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The Virginia State Court said Swisher's lawyers failed to raise the verdict form issue at the proper time.
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[Short-Murders]


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Investigators in the Short family murder case have renewed their interest in an old crime scene in North Carolina.
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[Take Investigators Return Map] They returned to an area near Madison, a few miles east of Route 220 in Rockingham County.
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They're damming and re-routing a stream there to sift through the soil.
Nearly 10 months ago, investigators searched the area when they recovered part of Jennifer Short's skeleton.
They say there's no new information leading them BACK -- they just want to take a closer look with heavier equipment and more manpower.
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((WE CERTAINLY HAVE THE FORTITUDE, THE EXPERIENCE AND THE KNOWLEDGE TO WORK THIS CASE AND WE JUST WANT THE PUBLIC TO REALIZE THAT WE'RE STILL ASKING ANYBODY THAT 'S GOT ANY INFORMATION TO COME FORWARD.))
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The effort brought out dozens of investigators and volunteers from Virginia and North Carolina.
They say because the time and equipment were almost entirely DONATED, it won't cost the taxpayers anything.
The search is expected to last two to three days.
There's still a 42-thousand dollar reward for information in the case.
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[Toss-2-Leo] Jean tosses to Leo in Weather Center

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[Nestle]


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Plans for a new water bottling plant in Rockbridge County are all dried up.
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Big Springs is now out of the running for the facility. The Nestle Water Company had been interested in the property and environmental testing was underway. In a move that surprised local economic officials, this week Nestle says they will use a site farther north of Rockbridge to save money in transportation costs.
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((DAVID KLEPPINGER/THE ROCKBRIDGE PARTNERSHIP; WE'RE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR HIGHER QUALITY JOBS WE'RE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW TAX REVENUE, AND THERE ARE ONLY SO MANY OPPORTUNITIES A COMMUNITY HAS TO ATTRACT A FORTUNE 50 COMPANY OF THE PRESTIGE OF A NESTLE SO THAT ALL ADDS UP THE DISAPPOINTMENT.))
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Kleppinger says they've been working with Nestle on the project since last Fall. The plant would have created about 250-jobs for the area.
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Recently some citizens against the plant formed an alliance. Officials say that had nothing to do with Nestle's decision.


[Cerxon]


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A company that came to Henry County last year is receiving notice from the county- to pay up.
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Cerxon (SERKS-on) is a technology company in the former DuPont Factory. The county attorney recently sent a letter to Cerxon demanding full and immediate payment of more than 20-thousand dollars.
Henry County officials say the company is two months behind in paying its rent and repaying its loans. Cerxon employs 25 people and supplies high-tech components for the automobile, cell phone, and medical industries.
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Company president Craig Roberts did not return our phone calls seeking comment.

[4H-Investigation]


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Changes are on the way to the Four-H program at Smith Mountain Lake- that in response to allegations of organized fist fights at the camp.
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Several volunteer counselors between the ages of 14 to 19 are accused of staging fights between campers, charging admission, and taking bets on the outcome.
Since the incidents apparently happened late at night, the Virginia Cooperative Extension is now requiring a paid staff person or the camp director to make nightly checks on all lodges.
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[Price]


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Rebecca Price's days as Craig County's commissioner of revenue are over. Price has resigned from office and has also agreed NOT to seek re-election as part of an agreement. Earlier this year, Price was indicted on check fraud charges. This week, she agreed to step down from office and remove her name from the ballot to avoid a felony conviction. Under the deal, she also agreed to plead guilty to two misdemeanor counts of obtaining money by false pretenses. Price will not serve any time behind bars.
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The case of the missing college basketball player takes still more turns today. The latest is still ahead.
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And it's code red at this hospital, bringing on the firefighters and emptying Emergency.
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((Hey folks, Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as Ward Burton raises money and awareness in the hill city. Hot Dot Bolling has some company at the top of the women's City County. This golfer wins the Commonwealth games by 22 strokes. Plus, Tiki spends some time in a fantasy world. Tonight on the Big 7.))

[Hospital-Fire]


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Firefighters rushed to a Los Angeles hospital today after flames were reported in one of its wings.
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More than 300 patients were inside the hospital when a fire was spotted on the fourth floor. Patients in beds and wheelchairs were wheeled out of the emergency area to a nearby parking lot. Fire officials say the blaze was contained to the fourth floor of the wing, which was not occupied at the time. No injuries reported.
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[Eiffel-Tower]


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[**WIPE**WIPE**WIPE]
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Fire at a much better-known location forced thousands of people to flee the Eiffel Tower today. You could say the city of lights was the city of smoke for a short time.
Fire broke out in electric cables at the top of France's world-famous tower.
Paris firefighters put the blaze out within an hour.
No one was hurt.
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[Missing-Athlete]


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New information tonight on the death of a former Baylor University basketball player. Court papers say a former roommate told the F-B-I he had shot his teammate in the head.
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This comes as Texas police search a gravel pit near a Waco river for the body of Patrick Dennehy.
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((SGT. RYAN HOLT/WACO POLICE: AT THIS POINT IN TIME WE'RE NOT GOING TO RULE ANYTHING OUT, WE'RE GOING TO FOLLOW UP ON EVERY LEAD, WE'RE GOING TO FOLLOW UP ON EVERY LEAD AVAILABLE, ON EVERY THEORY.))
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Carlton Dotson is in Maryland fighting extradition back to Texas where he faces murder charges. Dotson called F-B-I agents after going to a hospital and asking for help. Prosecutors say while at the hospital he talked with the F-B-I incriminating himself.
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((CHIEF WALTER CORYELL/CHESTERTOWN POLICE: HE INTRODUCED HIMSELF, GAVE NAME THOUGHT HE NEEDED HELP, COUNSELING, THOUGHT HE WAS HEARING VOICES.))
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Dotson was denied bail when he appeared in court today. An extradition hearing will be held within 30 days.
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[Pitts-Death]


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The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's office is investigating a suspicious death in the Callands (KAL-inds) community.

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[Take Shooting Map FS]
Deputies responded to Strawberry Creek Lane around 3:30 this morning, and found 44 year Leland Ann Philpott shot to death.
Her husband 47 year Benjamin Joseph Philpott was found alive, but with a single gun shot wound to his head.
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Family members at the scene say Mr. Philpott was placing a gun to his head as they were coming into the residence.

He is currently at the UVA Medical Center.

[Monty-Loan]


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A daycare program in Christiansburg now has a permanent home, thanks to some help from the folks in Washington.
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The New River Community Action head start program received a 240-thousand dollar federal loan today to help toward the purchase of its current facility. The program serves about 50 families in Christiansburg and Shawsville. Officials say with the funding, they hope to now add more services to the program.
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Studying long-term effects of West Nile virus. Still ahead, what researchers know right now.
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And later, meet Tim the toy poodle, who doesn't let two bad legs stand in his way.
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[Jackson]


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A former state legislator is about to get a new job in Richmond.
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Tommy Jackson is expected to become the next president of the State Board of Education tomorrow. He is a former Delegate from Hillsville.
Jackson says having a Southwest Virginian in charge of the state's educational policies will be a tremendous benefit for the region, and one of his main priorities will be helping rural areas attract and keep quality teachers.
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[West-Nile]


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[**ANCHOR TAG**] Not everyone who gets West Nile virus dies. In fact most cases are mild. Some people don't even have symptoms.
But there are some who develop neurological symptoms.
Now researchers are trying to find out what long term effects these people may have.
As Mavis Prall reports, after a year and sometimes longer, some patients may still be suffering.
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(( LAST AUGUST, JULIE TERNES (TURN-es) GOT WEST NILE VIRUS FROM A MOSQUITO BITE, SO SHE'S SURE TO PUT REPELLENT ON HER DAUGHTER JANIE. BUT A YEAR AFTER BEING DIAGNOSED, JULIE IS STILL SUFFERING. EXHAUSTION IS ONE OF HER SYMPTOMS, AND THAT'S NOT ALL. Julie: "I still have headaches every day. I've taken several types of medication to try to have them subside, nothing has worked. Memory loss, which leads me to be very frustrated. Short term and a little long-term memory loss."
RESEARCHERS AT THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION REPORT THESE SAME SYMPTOMS AS SOME OF THE LONG-TERM NEUROLOGICAL EFFECTS OF WEST NILE VIRUS. DR. JAMES SEJVAR (SAY-VAR) AND COLLEAGUES STUDIED SIXTEEN PEOPLE WITH NEUROLOGIC ILLNESS FROM WEST NILE VIRUS OVER THE COURSE OF EIGHT MONTHS. THEIR STUDY APPEARS IN THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, AND IDENTIFIES OTHER
LONG-TERM EFFECTS AS WELL.

sot dr. sejvar "Movement disorders, in particular tremor, jerking of the muscles and parkinsonism, characterized by st

iffness of limbs and difficulty with balance,
and also flaccid paralysis, polio-like syndrome."
THE POLIO-LIKE PARALYSIS MAY BE PERMANENT. BUT THERE IS GOOD NEWS REGARDING PATIENTS WHOSE WEST NILE VIRUS CAUSED ENCEPHALITIS, SWELLING OF THE BRAIN.
Dr. Sejvar "Even though they had very severe encephalitis at presentation, by three or so months out they were almost or basically fully recovered." JULIE IS STILL WAITING FOR HER FULL RECOVERY FROM WEST NILE VIRUS. SHE'S BEEN SICK FOR MOST OF HER DAUGHTER'S LIFE.
Julie: "I'm forgetting things that have happened in the past about her. It angers me that a bug, or a mosquito, has caused all of this." AND SHE'LL DO HER BEST TO TRY TO KEEP JANIE MOSQUITO-BITE FREE.
THIS IS MAVIS PRALL REPORTING. ))
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The best way to lessen your risk of West Nile virus is to stay indoors at dawn and dusk when mosquitoes are most active. When you do go outdoors, wear clothes that cover your skin, and use bug repellent that contains Deet.
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[S-Extra]


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Ward Burton and company raise money tonight in Lynchburg. Tiki is fantasy world, lots of local to check on, plus the Tootoo family gets major exposure. But first tonight's Extra Point-
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[SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD/]

In Baltimore, the Orioles doubled up the Rangers - beating Texas by a 12-to-6 count. The Orioles picked up 14 hits including 5 runs in the fourth inning. Texas got another great game from all-star game hero Hank Blalock who hit this towering homer in the 5th inning. But it wasn't nearly enough as the Orioles take it 12-to-6. Here's is tonight's scoreboard.
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[S-Ward]


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Ward Burton wildlife foundation held a unique fundraiser tonight in Lynchburg.
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Ward and Company took over Cattle Annies at a $60 a person event that raised finds for Ward's "Return to Nature" program that teaches conservation and natural stewardship through a traveling exhibit that into schools all across Virginia.

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Money raised through a silent and live auction tonight also benefited the "Return to Nature" program.
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[S-East]


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The Big East/ACC chatter has died down somewhat, but with the ACC preseason football meetings wrapping up in Greensboro, Georgia on early this week
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[SUPER=03-Ponte Vedra, FL/May 19; :00]

there is word that Big East Commissioner Mike Tranghese has apologized for his conduct during the takeover. ACC boss John Swofford says Tranghese called and wrote to say he was sorry for some of the comments he made in Ponte Vedra at the Big East meetings in May.
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[S-Schaub]


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In one other ACC item - UVa quarterback Matt Schaub
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Last Year; :00]

has been selected to take part in the Elite 11 Quarterback Camp this week in California. Schaub and four other of the nation's top quarterbacks including Eli Manning and Michigan's John Navarre are serving as counselors at the camp that features 12 of the top high school quarterbacks in the country.
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[S-Tiki]


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NFL training camps are opening every day and football fans are getting jacked up for the upcoming season
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by studying up for their fantasy football leagues. This week in New York City, none other than Roanoke's own Tiki Barber helped kickoff Yahoo sports fantasy season by picking his own team and giving fans some free advice - something he gets quite often on the streets of New York.
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[SUPER=01-Tiki Barber/N.Y. Giants Running Back; :03]
[RUNS=:18]
[OUT Q=...OUR SPORT."]
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Fantasy leagues are all over the world with more people playing online than you could ever imagine.
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[IN Q=FANTASY...]
[SUPER=01-Brian Grey/Yahoo Sports General Manager; :02]
[SUPER=01-Stephen Davis/Carolina Panthers Tailback; :25]
[RUNS=:36]
[OUT Q=...THE SEASON."]
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[vo nat con't] Davis is on Tiki team - but Ronde is not. Tiki's final tip for fans says "Even though he has a Super Ring - you still shouldn't draft my brother."
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Round one of the women's city county golf tournament produced a some decent scores.
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The favorite going in was of course Dot Bolling - who began the day in search of her 9th straight title and 13th overall. Dot shot a first round of 73, which could have even been better, but it's good enough to earn her a share of the first round lead. She shares it with Janet Cochrane, who rode a hot putter to a 34 on the backside and a round of 73, as well. Cochrane and Bolling have just a one shot lead over Meg Davies - the JMU golfer who is at 74. Round two of the 54 hole tournament is tomorrow at Hunting Hills with Bolling the one to beat. The final round is Thursday at the Roanoke Country Club.
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[WIPE TO ENG#!!!!!!]
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Not nearly as many young women at the Commonwealth Games two day event that wrppped up this afternoon. The number of girls' competitors actually doubled - but that's not saying much.
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[IN Q=WE WENT FROM...]
[SUPER=01-Billy McBride/Commonwealth Games Golf Coordinator; :01]
[SUPER=01-Misha Harvey/Won Girls' Title by 22 Strokes; :16]
[RUNS=:30]
[OUT Q=...really limited."]
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Harvey won the prestigious Bobby Bowers event in Northern Virginia earlier this summer and after she completes her senior year at Jefferson Forest - she plans to keep playing on the collegiate level.
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[IN Q=WELL, I'M TOTALLY...]
[RUNS=:08]
[OUT Q=...WEST POINT."]
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George Johnson won the 11 and 12 yearold gold, Arron Eckstrein who the next age up, Lee Jamison captured the 15 and 16 year old gold and Nathan May won the top medal in the 17 and 18 year old division.

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The death of former Express fan favorite Terence Tootoo touched a number of people last August.
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And now his suicide and his family's efforts to persevere are making national headlines. USA Today has dedicated most of the front page of its sports section and the entire back page to Terence and Jordin Tootoo. Jordin is expected to be the first Inuit to play in the NHL.
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A big handicap doesn't keep a little Missouri dog from going to his local Dairy Queen, or just about anywhere else.
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Tiny Tim's back two legs are crippled. But that doesn't mean the toy poodle stays in one place. He can climb stairs and run just as well as any four-legged animal, but balances on his two front legs. Pam Avery adopted Tiny Tim two weeks ago and believes a previous owner may have crippled the dogs legs. A good Samaritan has stepped in to help Avery find the money to take Tiny Tim to a vet.
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