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Coming up on News 7-
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A good night for Good year workers? It could be- After months of talks a contract is agreed on.
Fire at a Salem business burns for hours today- Tonight employees talk about what happened.
And a treat for Elvis lovers a song never released is now coming out. We'll hear part of it.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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After months of negotiations, Goodyear and its biggest union reach a new contract deal.
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[Goodyear]


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Unionized workers at Goodyear say they're relieved that an agreement's been reached, though many say they haven't yet seen the contract.
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Tonight the company and the United Steelworkers Union agreed to a tentative three-year deal.
It'll cover 16-thousand Goodyear employees at 14 plants, including one in Danville. About two-thousand people work there.
Union negotiators say the latest offer had stronger health care benefits for workers and retirees than what the company offered before.
Members of the steelworkers union still must vote on the contract before it is ratified. That could come next week.
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[Salem-Fire]


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It took about 7-hours for fire crews to get a handle on a blaze in Salem today.
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The fire at the True Value Northwest Hardware store on Route 11- 460 started a little before eleven this morning.
A passerby and neighbor noticed the smoke and alerted the seven employees and dozen customers inside. Dozens of emergency crews from Salem and Roanoke County struggled against flare-ups caused by chemicals such as fertilizers, paint and propane gas. Hazmat crews and a private company came in to contain run-off and protect the area's water supply. And, at about 7:30 traffic was allowed through-- although it's down to two lanes. The owner says he plans to rebuild.
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Because the building is UN-safe to enter, the cause of the fire is still unknown. As Teresa Hamilton reports, fire fighters have their work cut out for them.
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(( Flames were still visible at Northwest Hardware in Salem some eight after the blaze started-- forcing customers and workers from the building.
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((WILL PRICE/EMPLOYEE: AS SOON AS THEY PAGED I WALKED DOWN, I WAS IN THE BACK OF THE STORE IN PLUMBING AND I SMELLED SMOKE AND KNEW WE NEEDED TO GET OUT.))
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Indeed, the fire would spread quickly-- and present a number of challenges throughout the day as fire fighters struggled to gain the upper hand.
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((THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE HAS BEEN THE WAY THE BUILDING WAS BROKEN UP. EARLY ON WE COULD NOT GET TO THE SEAT OF THE FIRE TO EFFECTIVELY EXTINGUISH THE FIRE, SINCE THE THEN THE BIGGEST THING HAS BEEN TO KEEP THINGS COOL WITH ALL OF THE COMBUSTIBLE IN THE BUILDING, IT WAS REALLY A HOT FIRE.)) [RUNS17]
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In fact, the blaze would require millions of gallons of water. According the city-- a ladder truck brought in from Hollins to assist pumped one point five million gallons of water on the fire. The city's truck would pump even more.
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((FIRE FIGHTERS WILL REMAIN HERE AT THE SCENE OVERNIGHT TO KEEP AN EYE ON HOT SPOTS AND TO PROVIDE SECURITY.)) [RUNS10]
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Sections of the roof have collapsed--- leaving fire trapped inside and the building unsafe to enter.

So, firefighters will remain overnight to pump water as needed and render the building safe for fire officials to enter and begin trying to determine what caused this local landmark to go up in flames. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS7, Salem. ))

[Ten-Commandments]


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Protests tonight outside Alabama's judicial building- already 20 are under arrest- led away in handcuffs.
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They're protesting the removal of the ten commandments statue- a court ordered it must go by midnight Central Time.
But as of right now the monument is still there- and so are protesters fighting to keep the statue.
The State's chief Justice has said he won't take the statue down.
Tonight the Christian Defense Coalition stands behind him saying it's members will physically block the removal if they have to.
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((THEY JUST KICKED GOD OUT OF EVERYTHING WHEN THEY TAKE GOD OFF OF EVERYTHING YOU'RE LEFT WITH NOTHING BUT DISASTER.))


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Protesters say they will stay at the monument round the clock starting with a candlelight vigil at midnight-
The state's chief justice wants the U-S Supreme Court to take up the case.
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[Middle-School]


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A new middle school in Montgomery County is making the grade with both teachers and students. New River Valley Bureau Chief Myranda Stephens tells us why.
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[RUNS04] ((EVERYBODY HAVE A GOOD SUMMER? WHAT DO YOU THINK OF OUR NEW DIGS?)) With its brightly-colored hallways and state of the art technology, it's hard to find anyone at Christiansburg Middle School who doesn't like their new digs.
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[RUNS07] ((REPORTER: DO YOU HAVE ANY COMPLAINTS? ANYTHING THAT YOU DON'T LIKE? STUDENTS: (PAUSE) NOT REALLY (LAUGHS).)) The school opened its doors Wednesday for the very first time. The new building contains 75-classrooms, some with individual computer stations, to replace the old standard chair and desk.
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[RUNS11] ((LORI WHITLOW/TEACHER: I WAS JUST TELLING MY CLASS I CAN USE POWERPOINT AND BEAM IT TO EVERY COMPUTER AND THE KIDS CAN TAKE NOTES MUCH EASIER, IT'S JUST A NICER SETUP 810)) Officials say when they first thought about building the school three years ago, they looked to ideas from people throughout the community. After doing some research, they found what they wanted from a school in Ohio.
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[RUNS10] ((LOU BARTLOW/PRINCIPAL: IT'S A LITTLE DIFFERENT 323 WE HAVE ENLARGED THE CLASSROOMS WE'VE ADDED ANOTHER GYM WE CHANGED THE AUDITORIUM AND WE'VE ADDED SOME TECHNOLOGY TO THE SCHOOL 331)) [NATS OF STUDENTS WALKING] And while the new school is nearly twice as big as the old one, the hallways are color-coded by grade level, so that the students won't get lost. A new school of thinking for a new school of learning. Myranda Stephens, News 7, Christiansburg.))
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Plenty of students packed the Virginia Tech campus today, even though classes are still a few days away. Today was the first day for students to move into the residence halls. Officials say the first move-in day is usually the slowest, but this year a lot of students came early. About 88-hundred students fill the residence halls each year, most are freshman. This year's freshman class is about 49-hundred strong.
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[Franklin-Water]


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A multi-million-dollar plan to pipe water from Smith Mountain Lake to parts of Franklin County is moving forward.


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Workers in Bedford County are erecting a million-gallon water tank that will serve both counties with water drawn from the lake.
Franklin County approved financing for the first phase of the project at its meeting Tuesday.
The county estimates it will cost 3-point-6 MILLION dollars to build a water line from the water tower to the Westlake Corner area.
The whole project could cost more than 50-million dollars.
It's scheduled for completion in 2005.
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[Henry-Water]


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Henry County wants its residents to pay more for their water.
In response to the recent closing of the Pillowtex Plant in Fieldale, the Public Service Authority has proposed a four dollar a month increase for both water and sewer service.
That's just over nineteen percent.
The rate hike could go into effect November first.
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[Racial-profiling]


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State officials say racial profiling is not a problem in Virginia and they intend to keep it that way.
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Governor Warner says the state is taking steps to prevent biased policing.
Law enforcement officials will now receive additional sensitivity training.
And traffic tickets will include a phone number so motorists can complain about treatment by an officer.
All this, even though an advisory panel found that racial profiling is NOT a major problem in the state.
But not everyone agrees.
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((JERRAULD JONES/ADVISORY PANEL ON BIASED-BASED POLICING. THE VERIFIED STATISTICS DON'T SHOW THIS TO BE A RAMPANT WIDESPREAD PROBLEM BY THE NUMBERS BUT I STAND BY THE PROPOSITION THAT THERE IS BIASED POLICING OCCURRING IN VIRGINIA.))
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Governor Warner says racial profiling remains an issue because there's a perception in minority communities that it does occur.
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Should a warning have stopped yesterday's bombing in Baghdad?
Details on that when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus one area civic center's about to put a new alcohol license to the test, unless opponents can stop it in court.
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[Sports-preview]


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[Iraq]


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The bomb used to blow up part of the UN headquarters in Baghdad yesterday was not a single set device, but instead a half ton pile of old military bombs and shells- and some could even lie buried, unexploded in the debris.
That's slowing down cleanup and investigation at the site.
Charles D'Agata has more from Baghdad.
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((Before the attack, not a single US soldier stood guard outside the hotel where most of the UN's foreign staff live.....Now, it's a fortress. UN personnel, still stunned. Nobody wanted to speak to reporters. Many people had their suitcases packed, heading for a safer place. The UN has ALREADY pulled out a lot of its staff particularly the badly wounded to neighboring Jordan. But UN Secretary General Kofi Annan says the UN won't quit Iraq.
(SOUNDBITE: KOFI ANNAN - UN SECRETARY GENERAL)

"THERE ARE MANY OTHER UNITED NATIONS OFFICIALS WHO REMAIN IN IRAQ AND WE WILL CONTINUE OUR WORK. WE SHOULD NOT BE DISTRACTED NOR DETERRED BY THIS SENSELESS AND BRUTAL ACT OF VIOLENCE. ON CAMERA: CHARLES D'AGATA REPORTING DESPITE THE SECRETARY GENERAL'S VOWS, THE UN HERE IS EFFECTIVELY SHUT DOWN. THE CHALLENGE NOW IS HOW IT CAN RECOVER FROM THE ATTACK. THE REALITY IS, THIS COUNTRY NEEDS THE UN MORE THAN EVER.
(exteriors of UN today)

The senseless brutality was marked the UN flag - flying at half-staff above the wreckage .... The searching and sifting has now turned to digging no longer for lives.... but for bodies and for clues. What investigators DO know, is that all this suicide bomber had to do is drive right up and push the button.
(THOMAS FUENTES )

THERE WERE NO GUARDS, NO ONE AT ALL CHECKING VEHICLES ALONGSIDE THAT BUILDING. The UN apparently made a conscious decision NOT to surround itself with military hardware -- an attempt to appear neutral. But with the organization now clearly on the front line, it appears they no longer have that choice. CD, CBS News, Baghdad ))

[ACLU]


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The California recall election will go on as planned.
The American Civil Liberties Union lost its bid to delay the October election
A federal judge rejected arguments that punch card voting machines still used in six counties won't add up the votes correctly.
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[CA-Recall]


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Arnold Schwarzenneger says it is time to terminate the taxing in California.
He says he is in principle against taxing and says the people of California have been punished enough.
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((FROM THE TIME THEY GET UP IN THE MORNING AND FLUSH THE TOILET THEY ARE TAXED, THEN THEY GO AND GET A COFFEE, THEY ARE TAXED. GET IN CAR THEY ARE TAXED, THEY GO TO GAS STATION, THEY GO FOR LUNCH THEY'RE TAXED. THIS GOES ON ALL DAY LONG... TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX.))
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Schwartenegger says this is why businesses are leaving California.
Another high profile candidate is former baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth (Yoo bur-ahth.)
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He's proposing a state hiring freeze to deal with budget problems.

[Civic-Center]


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A Roanoke minister says he's disappointed the city is moving forward to sell more alcohol at Civic Center events.


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The A-B-C board granted the city an expanded license in June despite strong opposition from area churches.
The Civic Center plans to begin selling beer and wine at the Del McCoury concert in September.
City leaders say the license will not be used at family or religious events.
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((MINA BOYD/DIRECTOR OF CIVIC FACILITIES: I APPROVE OF GOING ALONG WITH THE POLICY. WE ARE NOT WANTING TO BREAK ANY OF THE RULES. I LIKE BEING UNDER MICROSCOPE BECAUSE ANYONE WHO IS OPPOSED TO IT WILL SEE THAT WE DO FOLLOW THE RULES.))

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Opponents are appealing the A-B-C board's decision in circuit court but a court date has not yet been set.
Reverend Mark Washington of Hollins Road Baptist Church says he wishes the Civic Center would hold off using the license until the matter is settled in court.
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It's been missing for 40 years.
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Still ahead on News 7, hear a newly discovered song Elvis song that was recorded for a movie, but never saw the light of day.
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[Commercial]


[Museum-Grant]


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The Art Museum of Western Virginia hopes to paint a bright future.
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Senator George Allen today presented the museum with a 20-thousand dollar check from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The money will be used to restore 27 paintings by Thomas Eakins (A-kins), his wife Susan Macdowell Eakins, and her sister Elizabeth Macdowell Kenton.
The works of art are already at a lab in Massachusetts.
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((SUSANNAH KOERBER/MUSEUM CURATOR: A CONSERVATOR REALLY HAS TO BE PART SCIENTIST AND PART ARTIST. IT'S A VERY METICULOUS SORT OF A MILLIMETER BY MILLIMETER PROCESS.))
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The restoration work will take about two years and will cost more than a hundred thousand dollars.
Thomas Eakins is regarded as one of the most important realists in American Art.
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[Goats]


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How do you make a civil war era field look like it did back in the days of battle-
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The answer is simple- bring in a civil war era mowing system- goats.
That's exactly what's at work at the Wilson's Creek National Battlefield in Missouri to clear the brush and undergrowth.
The farmers providing the animals say four goats can clear an acre in a short amount of time. The best part is goats eat weeds that other animals would leave alone.
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[S-Extra]


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The Avs and Hogs rumble tonight, Darrell Waltrip is returning to Martinsville in a cup car, but not to compete, former Cave Spring star punter Tom Hagan has learned from last season, and the Titans of Hidden Valley talk win,
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY/YES; :00]

but first our extra point. Robert Yates Racing announced today that, effective immediately, Todd Parrott will assume the crew chief duties for Elliott Sadler and the number 38 Ford. Parrott replaces Raymond Fox who remains a key part of the team.
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[S-Avs]


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If the Avalanche fell behind tonight against Winston-Salem and then scored enough runs to win it would be Salem's 40th come from behind victory of the season.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Warthogs vs. Avalanche; :00]

Useless stats but it would be possible. It was turn back the clock night as the Avs were sporting their 1955 Rebels uniforms.
[SUPER=37-Winston-Salem/3/Salem/2;]In the third, the Warthogs Michael Spidal connects on a one bagger down the left

field line that plates John Lackaff from second. 1-nothing.
Then, Normand Martel drills this shot over Francisco Pena, bring in Spidal, 2-zip Winston Salem. Brooks Conrad brought in two runs in the eighth, but the Hogs deny Salem a 40th comeback win with the 3-2 victory.
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[S-Trucks]


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To the track. The Craftsman Truck Series rolled in to a bull ring tonight for the O'Reilly 200.
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[SUPER=03-Bristol/SPEED; :00]


The race, as many do at Bristol, came down to the last lap. Kevin Harvick was the leader but he cuts a tire and hits the wall and that allows Travis Kvapil, the series points leader, to pass him and take the checkered flag for his first win of the 2003 season. Robert Pressley finished second and John Wood was eighth.
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[S-Spencer]


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Jimmy Spencer's appeal has been denied. The National Stock Car Commission upheld penalties from NASCAR against the Winston Cup driver this morning.
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The ruling denies Spencer a chance to compete in three races at Bristol Motor Speedway, including the Cup race the Sharpie 500. Spencer was scheduled to race in tonight's Craftsman Truck Series O'Reilly 200 but his truck was withdrawn in practice this morning. Spencer was suspended from all NASCAR events until August 26th and fined 25 grand for his part in a post race fight with Kurt Busch last Sunday at Michigan.
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Rusty Wallace WILL be out at Bristol trying to win for the 10th time at the bull ring. He tested earlier this season and is hungry.
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[SUPER=03-Martinsville/1985; :00]


NASCAR has selected Darrell Waltrip to display his Winston Victory Lap Tribute car at Martinsville. He will take the ceremonial lap in a replica of the number 11 Chevrolet he drove for Junior Johnson prior to the Subway 500 Cup race at Martinsville October 19th.
The three time Winston Cup champion won 11 times at Martinsville along with a track record 27 career top five and 31 top ten finishes at the .526 mile oval.
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[S-VMI]


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The VMI Keydets completed their second scrimmage of the preseason earlier today. Travis Wells checks in from Lexington.
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((Cal McCombs had expected to name a starting signal caller by now. But the four way race between Kirk Monteleone, Josh Lyles, Jonathan Wilson, and David Poldiak has gone on much longer than expected.
Cal:
No matter who is under center for the opener, Poldiak has already exhibited strong leadership skills. The senior from Pennsylvania will serve as the school's honor court president for the upcoming school year.
David: Cal:
The Keydets open the season, a week from Saturday at Navy. Travis Wells, News 7 Sports.))
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McCombs will decide on a starting quarterback as well as the two deep roster for the August 30th Navy game Thursday afternoon.

[S-Hagan]


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Former Cave Spring standout and now UVa sophomore Tom Hagan says he will be much better in 2003.
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]


Hagan averaged nearly 37 yards a punt in his freshman campaign. Off season surgery on his shoulder and a year under his belt have his goals set high.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Tom Hagan/UVa Sophomore Punter; :00]
[RUNS=:17]
[OUT Q=.....going well"]
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[S-Titans]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-158 TC1614]
[GRAPHIC=Friday Football Extra]


The Hidden Valley Titans are the focus of our Friday Football Extra pre-season reports tonight.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


The school is set for its second year of operation and for Head Coach Steve Magenbauer, the best thing about this year's club is the fact that he has a senior class.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Steve Magenbauer/Titans Head Coach; :04]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=be alright here."]
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[VO-NAT]


The Titans surprised some folks by winning three games in their inaugural campaign a year ago. Now they're looking to turn the corner starting with the season opener at William Byrd.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[RUNS=:10]
[OUT Q=bear down and go with it."]
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[WIPE to PINNACLE #13078]

And don't forget to catch the 20th anniversary edition of Friday Football Extra this Friday night from seven to eight.


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[S-Dog]


[ANCHOR=STEVE]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-148 1:49:14]
[GRAPHIC=]



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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Caseros, Argentina; :00]


Finally tonight, just when spectators were getting bored at a soccer match in Argentina a four-legged intruder entered the picture. Tired of sitting still, an energetic german shepherd, freed himself from his master's leash and started chasing players and the ball around the field. No one was bitten and the game went on.
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[Elvis-Song]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=jja]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Elvis may be gone but a new Elvis song is coming out-
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[VO-NAT 11.5]
[SUPER=04-"Roustabout"]


Actually it's an old song recorded for the 1964 movie Roustabout, but the song never made it in.
It's co-author Winfield Scott recently discovered the song called "I'm a Roustabout."
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[SOT 17]
[IN Q=Throw it in the air... ]

((THROW IT IN THE AIR....... I'M A ROUSTABOUT.))
[RUNS=07]
[OUT Q=I'm a roustabout.]
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[anchor=Jean]
[SS=None]

The song is being released in October on a CD called "Elvis second to none."