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A chemical spill this morning near Yokohama Tire Company in Salem--
A container of ammonia ruptured and caught fire.
Crews don't believe there's any danger to the surrounding area.
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And the U-S military says it's "only a matter of time" before Saddam Hussein is caught.

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Showers and thunderstorms are likely this afternoon some of which could contain torrential downpours. I'll have the details in your forecast.
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...


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The U-S military says it's closing in on Saddam Hussein.
Officials believe the former dictator is changing his hiding place every four hours.
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[Iraq]


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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
No Americans were reported killed over the weekend in Iraq, but the daily attacks keep coming.
Meanwhile, U-S troops have arrested more of Saddam's close associates and believe they're hot on his trail.
Teri Okita has the latest.
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[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;]
[SUPER=01-Todd McGowan/U. S. Army;]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/CBS News;]
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((
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(LOCATOR: KHALDIYA, IRAQ)


(NATSD FULL OF IRAQIS YELLING)

TRACK: ANGRY IRAQIS STORMED A POLICE STATION IN KHALDIYA WEST OF BAGHDAD AFTER A GUNBATTLE BETWEEN U-S TROOPS AND ARMED LOCALS. THE INCIDENT BEGAN WHEN INSURGENTS TRIED TO AMBUSH A U-S MILITARY CONVOY, AND SOLDIERS FIRED BACK. ACCORDING TO WITNESSES, THE TROOPS SHOT SEVERAL BYSTANDERS, INCLUDING CHILDREN, THEN TOOK COVER IN A NEARBY POLICE STATION. THE CROWD ONLY DISPERSED AFTER A U-S HELICOPTER MOVED IN.

TRACK: AND IN BAGHDAD, AMERICAN FORCES LAUNCHED A WIDE-SCALE MANHUNT FOR PEOPLE INVOLVED IN GRENADE ATTACKS ON TWO MILITARY HUMVEES. DOZENS OF IRAQIS WERE ROUNDED UP AND CARTED AWAY FOR QUESTIONING ANGERING MANY ON THE STREETS WHO SAY THE DETAINEES ARE INNOCENT.


(NATSD FULL OF IRAQI MAN)

TRACK: THIS MAN SAYS: WHAT IS THE GUILT OF THOSE PEOPLE? WE ARE JUST POOR PEOPLE.

TRACK: BUT U-S FORCES HAVE COME UNDER DAILY, ALMOST HOURLY, HIT-AND-RUN ATTACKS SINCE PRESIDENT BUSH DECLARED MAJOR COMBAT OPERATIONS OVER THREE MONTHS AGO. WITH THE SUMMER HEAT UNBEARABLE AND A LONG MISSION AHEAD, ITS HARD TO KEEP TROOP MORALE HIGH.


(Super: Capt. Todd McGowan/U.S. Army)
SOT:There are days when you dont even want to get out of bed sometimes.

You lay on your cot and say, Gosh, Id do anything to be home with my wife.


(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: But with each new day and more arrests, they believe theyre one step closer to catching Saddam and one step closer to heading home. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.

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[Liberia]


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The first wave of Nigerian peacekeepers has arrived in war- torn Liberia.
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Crowds of Liberians welcomed the peacekeepers as they set up a base at the airport in Monrovia.
The soldiers hope to secure the airport and prepare for a much larger deployment of more than three thousand troops.


The country's been battered by 14 years of nearly non- stop war.
Meanwhile, there's no decision yet on whether U-S Marines will join them.
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[Salem-Leak]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Haz mat crews are busy this afternoon cleaning up a chemical spill in Salem.
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[SUPER=03-Salem]


It happened just before 10:30 this morning at the city's transfer station on Indiana Street right next door to Yokohama Tire Company.
Firefighters say it began when workers placed several one gallon containers of ammonia into the compactor.
When the containers ruptured some of the ammonia caught fire.
Crews are still trying to determine how much ammonia leaked but they don't believe it poses any danger to the surrounding area.
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[Sheltered Industries]


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A Lynchburg non-profit agency has settled its case with the Virginia Department of Labor over numerous alleged safety violations .
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Lynchburg Sheltered Industries was cited last fall for 21 violations, ten of which were considered serious.
They included not having an emergency wash station where chemicals were stored, inadequate forklift training and workers possibly being exposed to asbestos.
Many of those violations and penalties were vacated in the settlement agreement with state officials.
L-S-I has already paid a 200 dollar fine and agreed to safety consultations for the next two years.
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[Germany-Heat]


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No matter where you live, 99- degree heat is usually unpleasant.
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[SUPER=03-Frankfurt, Germany;]


That's especially true in Germany, where the mercury seldom rises that high, even in the middle of summer.
But it was a sweltering weekend.
Officials say five people died of heat exhaustian in northern Germany.
And meterologists say there's no relief in sight.
The long range forecast is calling for temperatures in Germany to rise well above 100 later this week.
The summer's been much hotter and drier there this year, and farmers fear their crops may be ruined.
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[11Verizon]


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Talks between Verizon and two big unions resumed this morning.
The Communications Workers of America report significant progress toward a new contract -- but the union says a few issues are still not resolved.
A contract expired over the weekend, but both sides agreed to keep talking. Telephone operators and technicians from Virginia to Maine are still reporting to work.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

They will receive the same wages and continue to have benefits, but a strike is still a possibility.
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[SOT 1:22:32:13]
[IN Q=We still have the]

((WE STILL HAVE THE POSSIBILITY THAT AT ANY TIME THE NATIONAL COULD ORDER A STRIKE AND AT THAT TIME WE WOULD WALK OFF THE JOB, BUT RIGHT NOW WITH NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUING, AS LONG AS THE COMPANY CONTINUES TO DISCUSS THE ISSUES WITH US WE WILL STAY AT THE TABLE.))
[SUPER=01-Guy Angell/CWA Local 2204 President;]
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[OUT Q=stay at the table]
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[VO-NAT]

Contract negotiations are taking place in Washington. Angell says that for now, employees are happy to be working and receiving benefits, even though they've been preparing for the possibility of a strike for weeks.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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The union represents more than a thousand workers in Central and Southwest Virginia.

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An effort to allow Americans to buy their prescription medications from other countries is expected to face a tough fight in the U-S Senate.
Many senior citizens find it is cheaper to buy their drugs across the border and that has American companies worried.
Dan Raviv has more.
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[SUPER=03-Wheaton, MD;]
[SUPER=07-Lotte Graubard;]
[SUPER=01-Rep. John Dingell/(D) Michigan;]
[SUPER=01-Dan Raviv/CBS News;]
[SUPER=01-Gil Gutknecht/(R) Minnesota;]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Sidney Wolfe/Health Reform Advocate;]
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[OUT Q=CBS NEWS WASHINGTON]

(( When it comes to the cost of prescription-drugs, what you hear at the Holiday Park Senior Center is ... a chorus of complaints.


SOT: LOTTE 11:54:14 "I THINK IT'S AWFUL!"

NARR: Lotte Graubard has no insurance ... for all her pills ... and her eye-drops.


(SOT /font / 1:57.35 (takes out eyedrop bottle) THIS IS THE ONE THAT

COSTS ME $56 AND IT ONLY LASTS ME 2 WEEKS BECAUSE I DO IT WITH BOTH EYES. IT'S A VERY SMALL LITTLE BOTTLE. I DO IT 4 TIMES A DAY. (:12))


(NARR: ) The House just passed a bill that would legalize importing

medicines from countries where they're a lot cheaper. The pharmaceutical industry FIERCELY opposed the legislation... arguing drug-costs reflect huge investments for research; AND pointing to safety concerns -- echoed by supporters in the House.


(SOT from House floor) (super - JOHN DINGELL (D-MI) )

"FOREIGNERS ARE GOING TO USE THIS DEVICE TO ENTER CANADA TO SELL UNSAFE DRUGS TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE." (:09)


(ON-CAMERA) (super: DAN RAVIV, CBS NEWS)


For weeks now - the phones have been ringing here in Congressional offices. Sometimes senior citizens, saying they don't want dangerous foreign drugs. It's an organized effort, backed-up by ads. (:14)


(VIDEO--GRAPHIC)(AUDIO OF RADIO AD)


"IT'S ONE THING FOR A POLITICIAN TO RISK THEIR OWN LIFE WITH UNSAFE MEDICINES. IT'S ANOTHER FOR THEM TO RISK YOURS."


(SOT-- Gil Gutknecht, R-MN) (10:40.25)


"The issue is that Americans pay the world's highest prices for prescription drugs// (10:41.48) // This package of drugs here in the United States will sell for anywhere from 80 to 90 dollars. In Germany, this drug sells for 21 dollars!"


(VIDEO: bus trip to Mexico)


That's why seniors keep taking buses to Canada ... and Mexico ... to buy medicines, for a LOT LESS. And some health-reform advocates say the new bill -- which faces strong opposition in the Senate - is, at-best, a Band-Aid:


(SOT/FONT DR. SIDNEY WOLFE/ 14:17:46)


" WHY DON'T WE HAVE PRICE CONTROLS? WHY SHOULD PEOPLE HAVE TO BE CROSSING THE MEXICAN BORDER, CROSSING THE CANADIAN BORDER, TO GET DRUGS THAT THEY SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET FOR THE SAME PRICE IN THIS COUNTRY? (:12)


(NARR) Lotte Graubard agrees.


(SOT--LOTTE GRAUBARD 11:58.08)

"I think they should have lowered the cost of medicine right here in this country."


(NARR) There's nothing like THAT -- for HER-- in the bills passed

so-far by Congress. Dan Raviv, CBS News, Washington.))

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming up, a large denomination faces a controversial vote today on its first openly gay minister.
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Also reports are circulating in Washington that a key member of the White House may not be back if President Bush wins re-election.
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A Lear Jet crash and explosion in Connecticut leaves two people dead--
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[SUPER=03-Groton, CT;]


Police say the plane had taken off from New York's Long Island.
It crashed into three houses, which were located about a half- mile from the runway in Connecticut, where it was supposed to land. One woman escaped her house and was being treated for burns and other injuries she sustained after going through a window.
Meanwhile, both the pilot and passenger aboard the plane were killed. Officials aren't sure what caused the plane to go down.
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[Powell]


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The Washington Post is confirming what many observers have expected all along-- if President Bush wins a second term, he'll need a new Secretary of State.
But the state department says that's NOT true.
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[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


The newspaper says Colin Powell and his top deputy have told the White House that they will not serve a second term, if President Bush is re- elected.
But a State Department spokesman says ``there was no such conversation.''
The Washington Post also states that Powell indicated that a promise to his wife was a key factor in his decision.
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[Gay-Bishop]


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The Reverend Gene Robinson is praising a decision that could divide his church.
Robinson is one vote away from becoming the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church.
Bridgette Bornstein (Born- steen) reports.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN; :00]
[SUPER=01-Rev. David Anderson/American Anglican Council President; :48]
[SUPER=01-Rev. Gene Robinson/New Hampshire; 1:05]
[SUPER=01-Bridgette Bornstein/Reporting; 1:22]
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[OUT Q=Bornstein for CBS News.]

(( This vote brought carefully prepared, impassioned speeches. NO SUPER "we need Gene Robinson to incarnate the fact that God calls all people into leadership." (( TRACK )) The people here are accustomed to speaking from their hearts before their congregations every Sunday, but some wonder how they will ever be able to explain the decision here at their next service. (( TRACK )) Even as the House of Deputies voted to approve the Reverend Gene Robinson, it was clear divisi
on will carry through to the next vote. SOT/Rev. David Anderson President American Anglican Council (( SOT )) "reveren

d cannon david anderson/pres american anglican council/atlanta/9:59-we're on the deck of the titanic there's an iceberg straight ahead, we're ...for God sake miss it" (( TRACK )) Robinson flanked by his daughter and his partner of 13 yea
rs, called this a bittersweet moment. SOT/Rev. Gene Robinson New Hampshire "GENE ROBINSON/1:10-while I rejoice with m

y gay and lesbian brothers and sisters all who are working for full inclusion, we are also very well aware that this is a troubling decision for many in our church." The Reverend Gene Robinson says some Bishops have told him they want to vote yes, but they are nervous about what their congregations will think. Robinson says this vote by the House of Deputies should help the Bishops make the right decision))


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A former member of the Hell's Angels has spent the last 26 years working for the other side. As Jennifer Wishon tells us Barry Mayson wants to lead people onto another path.
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[SUPER=01-Barry Mayson/Former Hell's Angel; :27]
[SUPER=01-Betty Hall/Biker; :42]
[SUPER=01-Joe Strazzire/Fairlawn Church of God Pastor; :53 (VERY QUICK)]
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(([SOT 42:21:03]

((NATS OF CHOIR)) Services started like they usually do at Fairlawn Church of God on Sunday. But the message was full of real life experiences some can only imagine.
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[SOT 1:16:48:25]
[IN Q=I was president]

((BARRY MAYSON: I WAS PRESIDENT OF THE HELL'S ANGELS CLUB IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA AND RODE WITH SEVERAL CLUBS BEFORE THAT.))
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[OUT Q=clubs before that]

Barry Mayson says he was raised in a good home and taught right from wrong, but somewhere along the way he got off track.
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[SOT 1:17:12:04]
[IN Q=I didn't never think]

((BARRY MAYSON: I DIDN'T NEVER THINK THAT I COULD EVER GET OUT OF THE DRUGS AND ALL THE ORGANIZED CRIME THAT I WAS A PART OF, BUT TODAY I'M A MINISTER.))
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[OUT Q=I'm a minister]

A minister that was invited to Radford to reach out to other bikers in the community.
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[SOT 1:12:05:13]
[IN Q=The Hell's Angels]

((BETTY HALL: THE HELL'S ANGELS AND THE PAGANS, THEY ALL HAVE BAD NAMES, BUT THEY'RE NOT ALL BAD. THERE'S GOOD CHRISTIAN BIKERS OUT THERE.))
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[OUT Q=bikers out there]
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[SOT 1:16:03:27]
[IN Q=It's one of the]

((JOE STRAZZIRE: IT'S ONE OF THE PROFILING AREAS THAT HAPPENS. PEOPLE THAT RIDE MOTORCYCLES HAVE A STIGMA.))
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[OUT Q=have a stigma]
[SOT 1:19:31:03]

((NATS OF BIKE DRIVING BY)) [COVER BITE]
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[SOT 1:13:41:16]
[IN Q=You don't have to]

((BETTY HALL: YOU DON'T HAVE TO GO OUT HERE AND JOIN THE PAGANS AND THE HELL'S ANGELS. I MEAN THEY'VE GOT SOME FANTASTIC PEOPLE OUT HERE.))
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[OUT Q=people out here]

Mayson still wears the paint of his former life, but says it serves as a reminder of how far he's come through his faith. He says he decided it was time to make some changes after he found out there was a contract out on his life.
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[SOT 1:17:44:29]
[IN Q=I made a deal with]

((BARRY MAYSON: I MADE A DEAL WITH GOD 26 YEARS AGO. I SAID IF YOU GET ME OUT OF THIS MESS I'LL DO WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO AND I'VE BEEN DOING IT EVER SINCE.))
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[OUT Q=doing it ever since]

Giving new meaning to Angel Forever, Forever Angel. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Radford.))

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Next on the newscast,
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we will see if a project to create unusual flying machines will get off the ground.
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[11Brothers-Return]


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Two brothers are glad to be home following overseas duties during the war.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; ]

Jason and Justin Jones were both welcomed home by friends and family at their grandmother's house in Roanoke yesterday. Both brothers joined the marines shortly after graduating from Northside High School. In fact, Justin signed up on September 11, 2001. He was deployed to the Middle East in January and got back three weeks ago. He says his unit got a warm welcome from most Iraqis.
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[SOT 00:20:49]
[IN Q=BUT HE HELD ]

((LNC. CRPL. JUSTIN JONES/U.S. MARINE; BUT HE HELD UP THIS PICTURE OF SADDAM SHOWED IT TO ME, MADE SURE HE GOT MY ATTENTION, AND SPIT ON IT. AND THEN GROUND IT INTO THE DIRT WITH HIS FOOT. I KNEW THEN THAT WE HAD PENETRATED AND GOT THEM TO KNOW THAT WE WAS OVER THERE TO HELP THEM REACH THEIR FREEDOM))
[SUPER=01-Lnc. Crpl. Justin Jones/U.S. Marine; ]
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[OUT Q=THEIR FREEDOM]
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[VO-NAT]

His brother Jason was stationed in Japan at the same time tensions between the U-S and North Korea began to flare up.


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[Homemade-Flyers]


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If it could fly-- it was spotted in the sky over London this weekend.
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[SUPER=03-London, England;]


Nearly 100- thousand spectators gathered yesterday to watch some unusual home-made flying machines.
The contest shattered the typical peace and serenity of London's Hyde Park.
A flying machine in the shape of a giant pink flamingo was among the many that invaded the normally-quiet area.
Elvis may have left the building, but he didn't fly very far--
The winner was decided on a combination of style, audience reaction, and flying distance.
The winning team walked away with eight thousand dollars.
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[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN 54 points. The NASDAQ has lost 20.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Coming up in sports... Jim Fyurik finds the winning cup in Yesterdays Buick Open...
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[VO-NAT ]

and a local Winston Cup racer says he wants to drive for a new team.
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[S-Brick]


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Kevin Harvick's 4th career victory may have been his sweetest.
Harvick started on the pole for yesterday's Brickyard 400, then faded midway thru the race, before gaining the lead on a restart with ten laps to go, and holding on for the checkers.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/NBC Sports; :00]


This was the kind of day it was for Dale Jarrett.
He missed the entrance to his pit stall, and clipped his jackman John Bryan, who was taken to a hospital for observation and later released.
A little later at lap 47, John Andretti goes on a spin-o-rama in the number 81 machine after being nudged in the bumper.
Andretti's hard luck season continues.
With less than 15 laps to go, big trouble--a seven car crashfest takes out Terry Labonte, Ricky Rudd, and Jimmie Johnson among others.
In the end, Harvick won the war of attrition to take the checkered flag, winning his first race of the season
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[SUPER=01-Kevin Harvick/First Brickyard Win; :00]
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[OUT Q=to be a part of."]


[Ward-Burton]


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South Boston native Ward Burton says he wants to leave the Winston Cup team he has been with since 1995.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=@File;]


Burton still has one year left on his contract with Bill Davis racing, but he says he wants out at the end of THIS season.
He told the Associated Press that he and Davis both are looking at options for next year.
Burton has won five races in the number 22 car, including last year's Daytona 500.
But Ward says there is a lack of respect and communication on the team.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[GRAPHIC=Nascar]


He qualifed fourth for yesterday's Brickyard, but fell to 22nd by the end of the race.


[S-Golf]


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Jim Furyk has his second victory of the season after winning yesterday's Buick Open in Michigan, although Tiger Woods made things interesting with a final round run.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Grand Blanc, MI/The Buick Open; :00]


Woods shot a 66 yesterday to finish the tournament at 19-under par, but that was still two shots back of Jim Furyk.
The US Open champ carded a 68 in the final round to get to 21-under.
Furyk has finished in the top 10 in 13 of the 19 events he's played in this year.
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