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Coming up on News 7-
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He was in protective custody-- but it wasn't enough. Today-- former priest John Geoghan is killed. Union workers at Verizon take their concerns to the picket line. Some area soldiers return home. And, two former models reminisce about one of O. Winston Link's most famous photos.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

News 7 is next.

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[VO-NAT]

The former priest whose prosecution sparked a sex abuse scandal is killed in prison.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[GRAPHIC=News 7 at 11]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Priest-Killed]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=dgr]
[TAPE#=net]
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Massachusetts authorities say convicted child molester John Geoghan apparently was strangled by another inmate. Drew Levinson has more on the priest that caused so much pain.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=JOHN GEOGHAN WAS]
[SUPER=01-Mitchell Garabenian/Victims' Attorney; :56]
[SUPER=01-Drew Levinson/Reporting; 1:06]
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[OUT Q=STD]

((JOHN GEOGHAN WAS AT THE CENTER OF THE SEX ABUSE SCANDAL AGAINST THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. SATURDAY THE FORMER PRIEST--WHO WAS ACCUSED OF INFLICTING SO MUCH PAIN ON SCORES OF YOUNG BOYS WAS KILLED AT A MASSACHUSETTS PRISON. A CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT SPOKESPERSON SAYS AN INMATE ATTACKED GEOGHAN, HE DIED A SHORT TIME LATER AT A LOCAL HOSPITAL. GOEGHAN HAD BEEN SERVING A NINE-TO-TEN YEAR SENTENCE AFTER BEING CONVICTED LAST YEAR ... FOR GRABBING THE BUTTOCKS OF A 10-YEAR OLD BOY IN 1991. THAT WAS THE FIRST OF THREE CRIMINAL CASES AGAINST GEOGHAN, BUT HE FACED MANY MORE ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL ABUSE IN CIVIL LAWSUITS. -MORE THAN 130 PEOPLE CLAIMED GEOGHAN SEXUALLY ABUSED THEM WHEN AS CHILDREN DURING HIS THREE DECADES AS A PRIEST AT BOSTON-AREA PARISHES. LAST SEPTEMBER, THE CHURCH SETTLED WITH 86 VICTIMS FOR TEN MILLION DOLLARS. A LAWYER REPRESENTING MANY OF GEOGHAN'S ACCUSERS REACTED TO THE NEWS OF HIS DEATH.
(SOT: MITCHELL GARABEDIAN/ATTORNEY FOR THE VICTIMS)
(nat - PROTESTS)

FOR MANY CATHOLICS, GEOGHAN HAD BECOME A SYMBOL OF THE CHURCH'S GROSS MISHANDLING OF PEDOPHILE PRIESTS. WHEN THE CHURCH SEX ABUSE SCANDAL FIRST MADE HEADLINES IN EARLY 2002, IT WAS REVEALED THE CHURCH HAD TRANSFERRED GEOGHAN FROM PARISH TO PARISH DESPITE REPEATED WARNINGS ABOUT HIS CONDUCT. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS))




[Rke-Co-Ax]


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Two people were taken to the hospital following an accident on Twelve O'Clock Knob in Roanoke County this evening.
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Police say shortly before 6 o'clock a woman slid off the road, and hit several trees. Firefighters had to help the woman out of the car. She was transported along with a small child to Roanoke Memorial Hospital. The woman was wearing her seatbelt, and the child was in a car seat, and was NOT injured. The woman's identity has not been released, and no charges have been filed.
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[Verizon]


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Union workers at Verizon say talks with the company have slowed down, so today they walked the picket line.
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Union employees have been working without a contract for three weeks now. Leaders say some movement in negotiations has been made, but they're not willing to budge on the issue of job security.
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((BARRY MEADOR/LOCAL 2204 VICE PRESIDENT: NO MATTER WHAT A COMPANY OFFERS YOU, IF YOU'RE NOT THERE TO APPRECIATE IT OR RECEIVE THE WAGES OR BENEFITS IT DOESN'T MATTER. SO TO LAY OFF OUR PEOPLE AND SHIFT OUR WORK TO OTHER AREAS AND THEY EVEN TALK ABOUT SHIPPING IT OVER TO INDIA. SO, WE DON'T WANT TO LOSE OUR JOBS.))
[SUPER=01-Barry Meador/Local 2204 Vice President;]
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[OUT Q=to lose our jobs]
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The union represents more than 900 employees in our area. Leaders say today's picket was informational and a way for employees to show their solidarity.
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[Pillowtex-Benefit]


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[WRITER=jwi]
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Many areas in Southside have been hit hard with plant closings and lay- offs, but the community doesn't want the area's children to suffer. As Jennifer Wishon reports, the Fieldale community is pulling together to make sure their children prosper.
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[IN Q=Kimberly Henry is excited]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Lee-Ellen Gunter/Donated School Supplies; :11]
[SUPER=01-Kimberly Henry/Student; :34 ]
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[SUPER=01-Jerry Hairston/UNITE Service Representative; 1:07]
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[OUT Q=JW, News 7, Henry County]

(( Kimberly Henry is excited about starting the fifth grade at Ridgeway Elementary, but times are hard for her family, along with a thousand others in the Fieldale Community.
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((LEE-ELLEN GUNTER: WITH ALL THE STRESSES OF BEING A PARENT IN THE FIRST PLACE, TO NOW HAVE TO FIND HEALTH INSURANCE AND TO FIND A JOB AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES JUST SEEMED OVERWHELMING JUST TO ME AND I STILL HAD A JOB.))
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Lee-Ellen Gunter learned Pillowtex workers had been laid off and began thinking like a mother.. She started a campaign to collect school supplies from family and co-workers. Students like Kimberly Henry are grateful.
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((KIMBERLY HENRY: I GOT A PENCIL BOX, SOME HIGHLIGHTERS, SOME CRAYONS AND I GOT A BINDER AND SOME TISSUES.))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/NEWS 7: THESE SCHOOL SUPPLIES WERE DONATED BY CONCERNED CITIZENS AND FELLOW CHURCH MEMBERS AND THANKS TO THEIR SISTER UNION OUT OF WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA, CHILDREN WILL NOW HAVE A NEW OUTFIT FOR THEIR FIRST DAY BACK AT SCHOOL.))
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More than half of the workers laid off from Pillowtex have school aged children. Union leaders hope money won't be so tight next year at this time because there's still hope someone will step forward and buy the textile plant.
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((JERRY HAIRSTON: WE MAKE THE BEST TOWEL IN THE WORLD, ROYAL VELVET AND CHARISMA, AND IT'S MADE RIGHT HERE IN THIS FACILITY AND WE'RE HOPING THAT CAN CONTINUE.))
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[OUT Q=that can continue]

In the meantime, Gunter is focusing on the children.
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((LEE ELLEN GUNTER: I THINK EVERY KID DESERVES TO GO TO SCHOOL WITH A NEW BOOK AND NEW PENCILS AND MOMS DESERVE TO GET SEND THEM OFF WITHOUT WORRYING ABOUT ALL THIS.))
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And parents say they are appreciative for the relief while they learn the A-B-C's of starting over. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Henry County.))

[MLK-Anniversary]


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[WRITER=tha]
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Martin Luther King Junior's namesake says there's been progress in the 40 years since his father's famous "I Have a Dream" speech. But Martin Luther King the Third says minorities are still being denied jobs and educational opportunities. Jennifer Miller has more.
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((COMPARED TO THE 1963 MARCH ON WASHINGTON .... SATURDAY'S WAS MUCH SMALLER ... ATTRACTING THOUSANDS ... NOT HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE. BACK THEN THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT HADN'T BEEN PASSED.
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"When we came here, 40 years ago, there was a tremendous amount of fear, people were afraid ... " SOME WERE AFRAID TO VOTE ... SATURDAY SPEAKERS AGAIN URGED AMERICANS TO THE BALLOT BOX ... NOT AS A RIGHT, BUT A NECESSITY.
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WHILE TIMES HAVE CHANGED ... SOME OF THE ISSUES HAVE NOT. POVERTY ... REMAINS A BURDEN FOR MANY BLACK COMMUNITIES.
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"four decades later, we remain later in savage inequality" BUT EVEN AFTER 40 YEARS OF STRUGGLE ... NO VOICE SPEAKS LOUDER TO THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT THAN THIS ONE.
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WHEN DOCTOR MARTIN LUTHER KING JUNIOR DELIVERED HIS FAMOUS SPEECH ... SUPPORTERS HOPED TO REVITALIZE THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. FORTY YEARS LATER ... IT IS STILL STRUGGLING ...WITH A NEW GENERATION CARRYING THE TORCH.
SOT: MARTIN LUTHER KING, III

"But I do know, that my father was more than a dreamer.... TO HELP MAKE THOSE DREAMS COME TRUE ... ORGANIZERS OF SATURDAY'S RALLY SET UP TEACH-INS. THEY SAY THE CLASSES ARE MEANT TO INFORM .... THE RALLY - TO INSPIRE.
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CALLING FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, VOTING EQUALITY, BETTER HEALTHCARE AND OTHER RIGHTS ... THE MOVEMENT HAS CLEARLY MOVED ON ... YET REMAINS GROUNDED IN ONE MAN'S WORDS. JENNIFER MILLER CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[WRITER=rle]
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Still ahead on the newscast, three British soldiers are killed in more violence in Iraq.
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[VO-NAT]

and also in sports, NASCAR hits Bristol under the lights in front of one-hundred-sixty-THOUSAND fans. We'll have an update in just a few minutes.
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[Soda-Ban]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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It may soon be illegal to sell soda in some California schools.
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[VO-NAT]
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The California State Assembly passed legislation on Thursday that bans soda sales in elementary schools. Legislators say it's an effort to curb the growing problem of childhood obesity, and many parents agree.
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(( ANI POGOSIAN/PARENT-I THINK IT'S A GREAT LAW. I DON'T THINK THAT PARENTS WILL BAN IT AT HOME. I DON'T THINK THEIR CHILDREN SHOULD BE ABLE TO COME TO SCHOOL AND GET IT WHEN THE PARENTS DON'T LET THEM HAVE IT AT HOME))
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[VO-NAT]

Some health experts say more than 26 percent of children in California are obese, and the American Academy of Pediatrics blames poor diets and carbonated sodas at home and school as part of the problem. The California State Senate and the Governor still have to sign off on the plan before it becomes law. If the bill is passed, California would be the first state to ban soda sales in elementary schools.
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[Iraq]


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Three British troops are dead and one is seriously wounded after an apparent ambush in the southern Iraqi city of Basra.
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[VO-NAT]
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Witnesses say the troops were riding in a sport utility vehicle and came under small arms fire from an unknown number of men in a pickup truck. Meanwhile, United Nations workers reopened their headquarters in Baghdad today-- setting up a tent near the building where 23 people lost their lives but there is still concern among many of another attack.
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[SUPER=01-Paul Bremer/USA Administrator in Iraq; ]

((YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE INTELLIGENCE THAT IS SO GOOD YOU WOULD NEVER HAVE THIS KIND OF THING HAPPENING. THE PROBLEM IS THAT THIS KIND OF INTELLIGENCE IS HARD TO GET.))
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[OUT Q=is hard to get.]
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The group claiming responsibility for this week's attack says more attacks are on the way.
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[Soldiers-Return]


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There were many anticipated hugs in Lynchburg today.
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[VO-NAT]
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25 soldiers, who've been deployed for the past nine months, returned to the Lynchburg Armory this morning. Their leave came earlier than the 300 others in their unit because they have to return to college. The unit provided security at Guantanamo Bay as part of "Operation Enduring Freedom." One soldier says safety was their main objective.
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[SOT 11:57:17]
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((JOSH MORGAN/U.S. NATIONAL GUARD: WE'RE THERE TO KEEP THIS NATION SAFE AND IF OUR GOVERNMENT OR OUR MILITARY BELIEVE THESE PEOPLE ARE A THREAT, THE BEST THING IS TO BRING THEM THERE, FIND OUT IF THEY ARE A THREAT AND THEN SEND THEM BACK AND THAT IS HAPPENING - WE ARE SENDING PEOPLE BACK AS WELL AS BRINING THEM IN.))
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Morgan says it was hot and humid on the base. The Old Dominion University student says he can't wait to get home to his pregnant wife.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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The remaining soldiers are expected to return sometime in September or October.

[Counts-Return]


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[WRITER=rle]
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A soldier from Roanoke is also back home-- after spending months along the front lines in Iraq.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Private First Class Jonathan Counts is a mechanic with the 7th Cavalry, and got back from Iraq this morning. The 7th Cavalry was one of the first units to reach downtown Baghdad. This afternoon, Counts was welcomed back with a cookout and party thrown by friends and family. He graduated from Patrick Henry High School last year, and says he's glad to be back home.
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[WRITER=rle]
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Still to come on the newscast, how do you keep a pair of polar bears cool during the dog days of summer? One zoo has a unique idea...
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and also, at one Florida ranch, these cuddly cows aren't for dinner, but petting instead. We'll explain in just a little bit.
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[Commercial]

[Kiosks]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=mjo]
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Roanoke city leaders hope that some new technology will put local attractions at the tips of tourists' fingers.
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The city of Roanoke is placing touch screen computer kiosks at popular spots all over the valley.
The idea was presented in this week's city council meeting.
The kiosk will include information like where to eat, shop, sleep and what to do, along with directions and weather information.
Mayor Ralph Smith says the Mill Mountain Star should not be overlooked as a kiosk location.
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((RALPH SMITH: I SEE A MISSED OPPORTUNITY FOR BUSINESS FOR ROANOKE. ON A PLEASANT SUMMER NIGHT, YOU MIGHT HAVE 100 PEOPLE AT THE STAR OVERLOOK.))
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The first kiosk is already being installed in the Discovery Center on Mill Mountain.
Other locations in the works include the Hotel Roanoke, the visitor's center, and Center in the Square.
A kiosk costs around 2-thousand dollars to produce.
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[Link-Reunion]


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A long ago summer night by the swimming pool turned into art when photographer O. Winston Link started taking pictures.
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45- years ago this month, Link spotted three college women at a pool in Welch, West Virginia, and asked them to come back later that night for one of his pictures.
The Norfolk & Western Railway supplied the train.
The result was one of Link's most well-known images.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


Today, two of the one-time models got together in Roanoke, to share memories and visit the site of the O. Winston Link Museum.
Anne Williams remembers watching Link set up for the shot.
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((ANNE WILLIAMS/PHOTOGRAPHED BY LINK: I REMEMBER ALL THE EQUIPMENT. YOU KNOW, JUST, I HAD NEVER SEEN THAT KIND OF EQUIPMENT.))
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[OUT Q=...kind of equipment.]
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[VO-NAT]


Nilda Ramella had other things on her mind that night.
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[IN Q=What bathing suit...]

((NILDA RAMELLA/PHOTOGRAPHED BY LINK: WHAT BATHING SUIT TO WEAR? THAT'S WHAT WAS ON MY MIND; WHAT BATHING SUIT TO WEAR. HE GAVE US A SILVER DOLLAR. THAT WAS OUR REWARD. AND WE SIGNED A PAPER, WHICH WE KNOW NOW WAS A RELEASE FORM.))
[SUPER=01-Nilda Ramella/Photographed by Link; :05]
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[OUT Q=...a release form.]
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[VO-NAT]


Both women later became school teachers.
The third member of the trio, Vesta Dajani ((duh-JOHN-ee)), was unable to attend the reunion.
Both Williams and Ramella have enlargements of the photograph in their homes.
Anybody else who wants a copy can expect to pay about 10-thousand dollars for a signed print.
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[Polar-Bears]


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[WRITER=dgr]
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It's been hot, but it's been even hotter for polar bears living in the south.
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[SUPER=03-Asheboro, NC;]

Two polar bears at the Asheboro Zoo in North Carolina were donated more than 4-thousand pounds of ice to help keep cool. The animals were found at a circus in Puerto Rico before they were brought to the zoo. The polar bears were also given frozen fish, fruits, and vegetables.
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[S-Extra]


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Tonight in sports, we'll do the Bristol stomp, the clock is ticking on the Avs playoff hopes, and the Redskins battle the Ravens on the preseason grid, but first tonight's extra point,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-MLB; :00]


Sad news from Major League Baseball as Bobby Bonds, the father of Giants slugger Barry Bonds has passed away at the age of 57.
The elder Bonds had been ill for nearly a year with a brain tumor and lung cancer. He was at Pac Bell Park as recently as Wednesday night to watch the Giants and his son. As a player, Bonds was a three time All Star. He played for 8 different teams during his 14 year career.
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[S-Race]


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[WRITER=twe]
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[GRAPHIC=Nascar]


The race is long and tempers are usually short when it comes to the Bristol Motor Speedway. And yellow is always a popular color on the high banks.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bristol, TN/TNT; :00]


To the World's Fastest Half Mile where Michael Waltrip got into the fence early and took out Rusty Wallace who bit his tongue. He was taken to a local hospital to be checked out and then released. Both drivers recorded DNF's on the night.
Ted Musgrave was in Jimmy Spencer's 7 car tonight, but the end result was the norm as Musgrave taps Ryan Newman triggering a multi car mess. Jeff Burton and Dave Blaney run out of room to bring out another caution.
And there was plenty more of that. Casey Mears moves Robby Gordon out of the way and into the inside retaining wall. It was another of a record 20 yellow flags to wave in the race.
Kurt Busch, after the week he's had led the final 50 laps to take the checkered flag, sweeping both races at Bristol in 2003.
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[S-Avs]


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[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-148 TC15133]
[GRAPHIC=Avalanche]


The Salem Avalanche started the night 4 and a half games out of a playoff spot with ten to play. The Avs squared off with the Frederick Keys a team it had beaten 11 times in 18 meetings.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Keys vs. Avalanche; :00]


This is why they call them the dog days of summer.
We pick it up in the first when the Keys Mike Hudgins pokes one to shallow right field for an RBI single and Frederick led 1-nothing.
To the third where the home team struck back thanks to Brandon Carraway who hits one thru the hole and into left field. Peter Shier crossed the dish for a 1-all tie.
[SUPER=37-Frederick/5/Salem/6/;]

Later, the bases juiced for Fehlandt Lentini, who smokes a double to right and all three runners scored and Salem hung on to win 6 to 5 thanks to a two run dinger from Hector Gimmenez.
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[S-Skins]


[ANCHOR=travis]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-158]
[GRAPHIC=Redskins]


The Redskins were looking for their first win of the preseason tonight against their neighbors to the North, the Baltimore Ravens.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Landover, MD/Comcast Sports Net; :00]


And Steve Spurrier went to the bag of tricks in this one. Check out the flea flicker. Patrick Ramsey to Chad Morton, back to Ramsey who hooks up with Lavernaeus Coles on a 39 yard TD strike. The Skins fans
[SUPER=30-Baltimore/3/Washington/24/;]

say that's more like it. Washington wins it 24 to 3.
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[S-College]


[ANCHOR=travis]
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[WRITER=twe]
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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Kansas City, MO/ESPN; :00]


In the college ranks, Kansas State and California teed it up in the BCA Classic. The 7th ranked Wildcats showed some bite behind quarterback Ell Roberson who tossed a pair of TD's and ran for
[SUPER=36-California/28/Kansas State/42/;]

another as K-State won it 42 to 28.
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[S-Tech]


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The Virginia Tech Hokies wrapped up their third and final scrimmage of the preseason this afternooon in Blacksburg. Bryan Randall threw a touchdown pass, while Marcus Vick threw for two of his own to go with two interceptions. Cedric Humes also scored on a 50 yard run. The Hokies open the season a week from tomorrow against Central Florida.
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And the VMI Keydets held their final preseason scrimmage this afternoon in Lexington. Slotback Sean Mizzer scored two touchdowns and rushed for 60 yards. The Keydets open the season one week from today at Navy.


[S-Glenvar]


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The Glenvar Highlanders take center stage in tonight's Friday Football Extra preview.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


Lee Johnson begins his second season as the Head Highlander. His team will be a youthful bunch with just 4 starters returning from last season.
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[OUT Q=what we're gonna do."]
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[VO-NAT]


In addition to some new faces, the Highlanders will sport new look uniforms in 2003, including a different paint scheme on their helmets.
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[OUT Q=excited about it."]
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[S-Simpkins]


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Brandon Simpkins knows all about Friday Football Extra from his days at Tunstall. Now he's trying to make his mark as a linebacker at Hargrave.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chatham; :00]


Simpkins is playing for Robert Prunty at Hargrave Military Academy this season in hopes the extra year will bring him more speed, strength and power and buy him some time.
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[OUT Q=....division one schools]
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[VO-NAT]


SimPins plays alongside some of the nations top recruits, players that already have full scholarships to the likes of Georgia, Ole Miss, Florida State, Virginia Tech and UVa.
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[S-Golf]


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Darren Clarke has a fondness for sports cars, but the golfer from Northern Ireland will try to run in the fast lane tomorrow playing in the final group at the World Golf Championships NEC Invitational.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Akron, OH/NEC Invitational; :00]


Clarke has a one shot lead over Jonathan Kaye after firing a 4-under par 66 this afternoon.
As for Tiger Woods, he's three shots back at 6-under after a round of 67.
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[Mini-Moo]


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Finally tonight, A new pint sized pet is causing some people to have a cow.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Winter Haven, FL;]

Bob Keo raises miniature cows at his ranch in Florida. They're tiny compared to their bigger cousins.
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[IN Q=THIS BULL PROBABLY ]

((BOB KEO/MINIATURE COW RANCHER-THIS BULL PROBABLY WEIGHS ABOUT 550 POUNDS, AND YOUR PIG ARE STANDARD SIZES ARE NORMALLY 1800 TO 2000 OR MORE))
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[VO-NAT]

They may be small, but the price sure isn't. A run of the mill mini-moo can cost as little as 500 dollars, but the price tag can get much higher.
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(("They run between 5 and 8 thousand"))
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[OUT Q=8 thousand]
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They are being called the "yuppie puppy" because Keo says he sells them to city slickers who move to the country and want a pet. (------------) He also says retired ranchers buy them because they can't take care of the full sized bulls any more.