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Coming up on News 7-
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Pictures are released showing what Saddam may look like now.
The Kobe Bryant case is getting attention. Tonight a forensic nurse tells how evidence is collected in cases like this.
Plus thieves did not just take one family's belongings they took the whole house.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.


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[VO-NAT 14.5]


Two of Saddam's daughters speak out today-
and so does their father- another tape of Saddam is released- officials say it is most likely the real deal.
And the risk to U-S troops is also real.
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((SCARED SOMETIMES? YES SOMETIMES WE DO. IF YOU DON'T GET SCARED THEN YOU'RE NOT HUMAN.))
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[OUT Q=YOUR NOT HUMAN.]
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[vo-nat]
While the search goes on for Saddam.
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[SS=News 7 @ 11][Photos-Saddam]



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Saddam Hussein may be in hiding but if he is still alive he is making himself heard. Today with yet another audio tape being released on Arabic television.
If Saddam is alive just what would he look like now?
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[VO-NAT 18 plus pad]


Today these digitally enhanced pictures are released of what Saddam might look like now that he's in hiding.
Long suspected of dying his hair. He may have grey hair now. He also may have facial hair and he could be wearing native dress.
U-S officials hope these photos help them track down the toppled Iraqi leader.
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[Saddams-Daughters]


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While Saddam remains in hiding, two of his daughters today were very public- talking on camera about their father and the fall of his regime.
They say he was a loving father- but they say they don't know where he is.
Gary Nurenberg has more.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Raghad Saddam Hussein/Daughter of Saddam Hussein; :07 QUICK!!!]
[SUPER=01-Ken Pollack/Iraq Analyst; :23]
[Super=01-Gary Nurenberg/Reporting; :42]
[super=01-Scott McClellan/White House Spokesman; :49 QUICK!!!]
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[OUT Q=I'm Gary Nurenberg.]

((ONE DAY AFTER SEEKING REFUGE IN JORDAN, TWO OF SADDAM HUSSEIN'S DAUGHTERS GRANTED TELEVISION INTERVIEWS. " he was a very good father, loving. " RAGHAD HUSSEIN SAID HER FATHER'S CLOSEST AIDES BETRAYED HIM BY ALLOWING THE FALL OF BAGHDAD. BUT SOME ANALYSTS SAY BY ACCEPTING ASYLUM IN JORDAN , THE DAUGHTERS ARE DISGRACING THEIR FATHER. Ken pollack/Iraq Analyst: Coming so soon after the death of his two sons, most iraqis are going to see this as yet another sign saddam's inner circle is falling apart. "
(NAT UP ) NEW RADIO TAPE IN PATHFIRE

IN A NEW AUDIO TAPE TODAY A VOICE BELIEVED TO BE THAT OF SADDAM SAID QUOTE WE ARE CONFIDENT THAT THE OCCUPYING FORCES WILL COLLAPSE... AT ANY MOMENT
(GARY STANDUP BRIDGE)

after the final cabinet meeting in washington, before the president leaves for vacation, the white house reiterated its vow about Saddam. mcclellan at 12 30 25 "We will find him and he will be brought to justice. "
(nat up) from hi tech hunt pkg in pathfire

THAT HUNT WAS ON TODAY IN SADDAM'S HOMETOWN OF TIKRIT. AMERICAN FORCES FIRED MORTAR ROUNDS AT AREAS KNOWN TO BE FREQUENTED BY SADDAM'S SUPPORTERS. OTHER FORCES TRIED TO EXTINGUISH AN OIL PIPELINE FIRE. SADDAM'S SUPPORTERS HAVE SET A NUMBER OF THEM ABLAZE. SADDAMS DAUGHTER HAD A MESSAGE FOR HER FATHER. "I love you and i miss you as a father. SHE SAID SHE DOES NOT KNOW WHERE HE IS HIDING. GARY NURENBERG/WASHINGTON.))


[Liberia]


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The U-N Security Council has authorized a multi-national force to help end fighting in another of the world's hot-spots-- Liberia.
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[SUPER=03-Monrovia, Liberia]


The U-S pushed for the vote to establish an emergency force to maintain security after President Charles Taylor steps down.
West African leaders are preparing to send the first contingent of Nigerian troops on Monday.
The U-N resolution authorizes the multinational force to remain in Liberia for two months until it's replaced by a U-N peacekeeping force. That should happen no later than October first.
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[Check-Fraud]


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Police in Danville are trying to stop a string of forged and stolen checks. Checks by businesses and private citizens to pay utility bills were stolen before the city utilities department even got them. No one knew about the crime until people started getting "past due" notices from the city. The checks were altered and cashed at various locations in the Danville area. Police say at least 131 checks have been stolen to this date, but they get more reports every day. If you think your check was stolen, you are asked to call the Danville Police department.


[Mayberry-Night]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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He's a familiar face in these parts but you probably know hardly anything about him.
Tonight, thousands came out to meet the Mayberry deputy at the Salem Avalanche game.
Justin McLeod introduces to the man behind the badge.
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((((NAT SOUND OF DEPUTY PERFORMING AT 3:27:37))
He draws a crowd just about everywhere he goes, not for who he is but who he looks like.
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[IN Q=I'm just out there]

((DAVID BROWNING: I'M JUST OUT THERE DOING WHATEVER I CAN DO WITHIN A MAYBERRY FRAMEWORK, TO WRITE THEM UP, GIVE THEM A PICTURE, TO MAKE THEIR EVENING FUN.)) [Runs08]
[OUT Q=evening fun]


That fun is thanks to David Browning.
He's worked most of his life in the arts mainly as a theater director.
The mayberry deputy only came to life in 1989 when a friend asked him to play Barney Fife.
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[IN Q=I went to their concert]

((DAVID BROWNING: I WENT TO THEIR CONCERT REMEMBERING THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW AND SOME OF THE ACTIONS (DOES SOME OF THE ACTIONS) AND THE TWITCHING AND SO FORTH IT REALLY SORT MADE THE CHARACTER SORT OF COME TO LIFE.)) [Runs11]
[OUT Q=come to life]


It is life he's been doing full-time since 1994.
He lives in Bristol and does 170 shows a year, all over the country.
One highlight was opening for Don Knots who of course is the original Barney Fife.
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[IN Q=I really do not]

((DAVID BROWNING: I REALLY DO NOT TRY TO BE A DON KNOTS/BARNEY FIFE IMPERSONATOR. I'VE ALWAYS FELT THAT MIGHT BE A FORUMLA FOR FAILURE.)) [Runs10]
[OUT Q=for failure]


His formula seems to be working.
He has a cd, possible movie deal, and he hopes to write a book one day.
He's so popular the Salem Avalanche booked him for two nights this season.
And he has no plans of hanging up his badge anytime soon.
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[IN Q=Not until my kids]

((DAVID BROWNING: NOT UNTIL MY KIDS GET OUT OF COLLEGE. [LAUGHS])) [Runs03]
[OUT Q=out of college (laughs)]


And many hope that day never comes.
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[IN Q=Who let the hogs ]

((DAVID BROWNING: )) [Runs06]
[OUT Q=10/4]

Justin McLeod, News 7, Salem. ))

[New-Magazine]


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A new magazine with a local slant will soon grace store shelves.
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The first issue of "Real Women: Voices of the Blue Ridge" is in the final stages of production. The publication is the brainchild of Lu Sadler, a Roanoke marketing professional, and ShaLeigh (SHAY-lee) Comerford, a graduate student at Hollins University. Their mission is to "empower, encourage and connect women through awareness of self and community."
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[IN Q=So, it's taking a look at these women...]

((LU SADLER/REALWOMEN: SO IT'S TAKING A LOOK AT THESE WOMEN WHO ARE DOING THINGS IN THE BLUE RIDGE ARE WHO ARE MAKING THEIR LIVES BETTER, THEIR COMMUNITIES BETTER, BUT ALSO ON A NATIONAL AND GLOBAL LEVEL.))
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[OUT Q=on a national and global level.]
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The first issue will debut August eleventh. A 15-dollar subscription fee will cover mailing costs but individual copies will be available for free at many local stores.
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[Tease1]
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A priest who once served in this area is in trouble tonight... accused of sexual misconduct.
That story when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus see how forensic nurses search for small but critical clues in sensitive cases.
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[Sports-preview]


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[Pillowtex]


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The Pillowtex shutdown has claimed nearly one thousand jobs in Fieldale . Now officials say Henry County will also lose nearly two million dollars in local revenue.
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The County is requesting more than 500- thousand dollars in emergency state aid, so the Public Service Authority won't be forced to raise water rates.
With the loss of tax revenue, county officials and school administrators will also have to find almost a million dollars in budget cuts.
Today, the Board of Supervisors asked the state to help find a buyer for the plant.
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[IN Q=Certainly want to get]

((DEBRA BUCHANAN/HENRY CO. SUPERVISOR: CERTAINLY WANT TO GET THAT BUILDING MARKETED AND THE EMPLOYEES ARE A GREAT ASSET BECAUSE THESE ARE PEOPLE THAT KNOW THEIR JOBS AND IF SOMEONE WERE LOOKING AT BUYING THAT FACILITY, THEN THERE IS A READY WILLING AND ABLE WORKFORCE. ))
[SUPER=01-Debra Buchanan/Henry Co. Supervisor;]
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[OUT Q=ready willing and able workforce.]
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470 homes and a dozen businesses get water from the Pillowtex plant, and today county officials asked the state for help with a new water line.
Pillowtex also owns the building that houses the Volunteer Fire Department, and county officials are reassuring residents that fire protection will not suffer.
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[Burlington]


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A buyout offer for Burlington Industries has the approval of a bankruptcy judge.
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[SUPER=03-Glasgow/File Tape; ]

Financier Wilbur Ross announced at a press conference today that the judge approved the 614 million dollar deal. The deal still needs regulatory anti-trust approval, and Burlington's creditors have to approve its reorganization plans. The company says it expects the sale to be completed in October. There is no word yet on what will happen to the Burlington plants in Glasgow and Hurt.
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[Shrader]


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A former pastor at Holy Cross in Lynchburg is no longer in the priesthood following sexual misconduct allegations.
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Father Dwight Shrader was removed from his duties as a Catholic priest after five alleged victims came forward.
Shrader was a vicar and an assistant to the principal at Holy Cross School in the late 1980s.
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


A diocese spokesman says the alleged misconduct occurred within the past five or six years and that all of the victims were in the Virginia Beach area.
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[IN Q=WE STILL ENCOURAGE PEOPLE]

((REVEREND PAT APUZZO/DIOCESE SPOKESMAN: WE STILL ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO COME FORWARD AND WE WOULD STILL CONTINUE, WE DON'T NEED ANY MORE INFORMATION OBVIOUSLY WE HAVE ENOUGH INFORMATION TO DO WHAT WE'VE DONE. WE DON'T NEED THE INFORMATION FROM THAT POINT OF VIEW BUT WE WOULD ENCOURAGE THEM TO COME FORWARD SO THAT WE CAN EXTEND ANY HELP THAT WE HAVE TO GIVE THEM.))
[SUPER=01-Rev. Pat Apuzzo/Diocese Spokesman]
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[OUT Q=WE HAVE TO GIVE THEM.]
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The 47-year-old Shrader is undergoing therapy in an out-of-state mental facility.
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[Hospital-Bombing]


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The number of dead from a terrorist attack in Russia continues to climb.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Mozdok, Russia]

Russian officials say at least 33 people were killed when a suicide attacker drove a truck packed with explosives through the gates of a Russian military hospital near Chechnya. More than 100 people were inside at the time. The blast left a crater ten feet deep. There's no claim of responsibility so far, but Russian officials say they suspect Chechen rebels.
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From the pound to the prison.
See how some dogs are getting a second chance thanks to local inmates.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus crooks didn't just rob one cabin. They took the whole thing.
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[Forensics]


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What role could physical evidence play in the sexual assualt case against Kobe Bryant?
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton spoke with a forensic nurse today who collects evidence in cases like this.
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(( While Kobe Bryant admits he had sex with a 19 year old woman -- he denies that it was anything but consensual.
But the Prosecutor in the case says he has enough physical evidence and testimony to prove otherwise.
Forensic Nurse Candi Reed has been involved in cases like this before, where she had to testify.
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[IN Q=We're able to testify on the stand.]

((WE'RE ABLE TO TESTIFY AS EXPERTS ON THE STAND. AND WE'RE ABLE TO GIVE OUR OPINION ON TOP OF SCIENTIFIC BASED THINGS. A LOT OF TIMES WE'RE ASKED TO MAKE THAT JUDGMENT DO YOU THINK THIS PERSON WAS RAPED OR NOT RAPED. AND I CAN'T SAY THAT AND I WON'T SAY THAT )) [RUNS14]
[OUT Q=i won't say that]


Reed says her role as forensic nurse is to collect evidence --evidence that can link the suspect to the victim and show whether or not there was some type of trauma.
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[IN Q=We're looking for tears, abrasions]

((WE'RE LOOKING FOR TEARS, ABRASIONS, REDNESS AND SWELLING AND THOSE WE'RE GOING TO BE LOOKING FOR WHEN WE'RE DOING PHOTOGRAPHY, AND DOCUMENT ON THE RECORD)) [RUNS16]
[OUT Q=and document on the record]


Reed says even armed with that type of evidence --it's still hard to prove because injuries can happen with consensual intercourse.
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[SOT59:30]
[IN Q=The more injuries you have it may make it]

((THE MORE INJURIES YOU HAVE MAY MAKE IT A STRONGER CASE OR MAY BE CONSISTENT WITH THE TYPE OF PENETRATION THAT WAS THERE AND YOU FIND INJURIES IN THAT ARE THAT MAY HELP SHOW THE STORY WAS CONSISTENT)) [RUNS17]
[OUT Q=show the story was consistent]


A friend of the woman accusing Bryant says she had visible signs of the alleged attack a week later.
Bryant continues to maintain his innocence.
Joy Sutton News 7.))


[Cabin-Thief]


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For some thieves in California it wasn't enough to steal everything in a family's vacation cabin. They took the whole building.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-El Dorado Co., CA]

Thieves took everything, the water pump, wheels off an old truck, a shed, furniture and clothes. Once all that was stolen, they took the house, even the front steps. The prefabricated cabin was easy to take apart and load up, but with a one lane road, it's likely someone saw the thieves. Now the family, who had planned on building a larger vacation home, will have to decide if they even want to build at the same place.
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[Almanac]


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Our theme for July was "listen to the rhythm of the falling rain." What will August bring and why is one of our planets going to be in the news? Leo has the answers in our monthly almamanc.
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[OUT Q=meteorlogist Leo Hirsbrunner.]

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The deputy and the Avs hit the diamond tonight, major league baseball as well, and words from Bobby Bowden on the bulls eye that never leaves the Seminoles.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Berea, OH; :00]


But first our extra point. The Cleveland Browns agreed to five year contracts with their fifth and sixth round draft picks this morning. But Lee Suggs is still not under contract. Sources say that Suggs and the Browns are not close to signing a contract. The former Virginia Tech star was Cleveland's fourth round pick, 142nd overall in the NFL draft.

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[S-AVS]


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The Avalanche played host to Kinston on WDBJ-7 Mayberry Night at Salem memorial Stadium.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Indians vs. Avalanche; :00]


And it looks like everyone wants to be a pro baseball player, including the deputy as he messed with some Avalanche baseball players. No one, I mean no one is safe when this guys is around.
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[OUT Q=......thats outstanding"]
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The Avs were outstanding in the game one of a double header between the two. In the bottom of the fourth, Hector Giminez sends this shot to the wall in deep center field and that plates Todd Self and Fehlandt Linitini.
Then, Charlton Jimerson is gonna bring in Giminez from third, he slides and is safe. 3-1 Avs.
[SUPER=37-Kinston/4/Salem/6;]Ryan Stegal makes the count 4-1 Salem in the fourth with this base hit, Steve Checksfield

is gonna come on down.
Kinston answered with Rodney Choy Foo, he connects on a hit to center and Eider Torres crosses home plate. 6-2 Avalanche .
Rick Elder brings in another Kinston run but Salem holds on for the 6-4 win in game one.
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In game two Kinston won 4-1.


[S-Trucks]


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The Craftsman truck Series warmed up fans at Indianapolis Raceway Park with the Power Stroke Diesel 200.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Clermont, IN/SPEED; :00]


Jon Wood came into the race strong, in sixth place in points and he would finish fifth.
There were three different leaders in this race but Carl Edwards led the most. He was out in front for 119 circuits and he takes the checkered flag for his second Craftsman truck series career win.
Afterwards he gave fans another show with an interesting dismount from his truck.
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[S-Brick]


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Qualifying for the Winston Cup cars is tomorrow morning at 11 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN; :00]


Ricky Rudd wants nothing more than to secure his 24th Cup victory at Indy where he took the checkered flag at the legendary track back in 1997, so does winning there mean more to him than victories at other tracks?
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[SUPER=01-Ricky Rudd/1997 Brickyard 400 Winner; :00]
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[OUT Q=..than most guys"]
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[S-ACC]


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Despite some controversy and the fact others are catching up in the talent race, Florida State is picked to win the ACC football championship again.
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[VO-NAT]

But the Seminoles have struggled more in the last few years than ever before in the conference. They were 70 and 2 in the ACC to start but have lost nine games in and out of the ACC over the last two seasons.
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[SUPER=01-Bobby Bowden/Florida State Football Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=.....and i want more"]
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[VO-NAT]


And Bowden, who has always been outspoken, is down right tired of the bulls eye that is always on his chest.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
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[OUT Q=....what's that like"]
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[S-Bowden]


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Bobby's son Tommy is on the hot seat after a 7 and 6 2002 a third bowl loss in the last four tries.
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[SUPER=01-Tommy Bowden/Clemson Head Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=compete for the championship."]
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[S-Skins]


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Two Hokies currently occupy a spot on the Redskins roster. Former Tech defensive back Larry Austin and legendary Bruce Smith.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ashburn; :00]


Smith has 195 career sacks. He is a shoe in for the Hall of Fame but his heart is always in Blacksburg and he has been following the Hokies this pre-season.
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[SOT]
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[SUPER=01-Bruce Smith/Former Tech All-American; :00]
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[OUT Q=....a plus for us"]
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[S-ECHL]


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The Roanoke Express, and everyone else associated with the ECHL continues to wait because a common ground on the ECHL collective bargaining agreement between owners and players is still far away, according to ECHL president Brian McKenna.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


The ECHL bargaining committee met with the Professional Hockey Players Association for two days this week and progress was made. Another proposal should be on the table next week. Everyone passionate about this league is anxiously awaiting a deal.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Pat Kelly/Former ECHL Commissisioner]
[RUNS=:15]
[OUT Q=......a lot of people in hockey"]
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[Prison-Dogs]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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They were headed to doggy death row.
But now some pooches are getting a second chance in a Botetourt County prison.
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[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;]


Just a few weeks ago, Lola, Princess and Brooke were in animal shelters.
They were having a hard time getting adopted because they weren't trained.
But inmates at Botetourt Correctional Unit are teaching them how to become productive members of society.
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[IN Q=COME DOWN, LOLA]
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((NATS: COME DOWN, LOLA. ROLL OVER FOR ME. ALL THE WAY. GOOD GIRL. ))
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((ROBERT BROWN/INMATE: IT BRINGS A LOT OF SOFTNESS. A LOT OF MEN THAT SAY THEY'RE HARD CRIMINALS, IT BRINGS OUT THE SOFTNESS IN THEM, LETS THEM KNOW THAT THEY'RE REALLY HUMAN BEINGS. ))
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[OUT Q=really human beings.]
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The dogs stay at the prison for about eight weeks of intensive training.
After that, they're up for adoption again ... this time with better obedience skills.
Prisoners say it will be hard to say good-bye. (------------)