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Coming up on News 7-
A sinkhole is causing trouble on I-81-
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One man dies in a Glider crash in the region.
Plus did a ferry captain fall asleep at the helm. The latest on the investigation.
and one of the Survivors with local ties- has the torch put out.
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Plus baseball highlights...
News 7 at Eleven is next.

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A local man is dead after a glider accident this afternoon in Floyd County.
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[Glider-Crash]


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Investigators are not sure what caused the crash but say weather conditions may have played a factor.
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It happened just after five on Kyle Weeks Road in the Willis section of Floyd County.
State Police say Charlie West was attempting to take off in his homemade glider.
The aircraft was being towed from a pickup truck when it lifted into the air, rolled over and crashed into the ground.
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((RICHARD McCLANAHAN/STATE POLICE TROOPER: THE FAA IS SUPPOSED TO BE RESPONDING TOMORROW MORNING SOMETIME, IT IS UNKNOWN EXACTLY WHEN THEY WILL BE DOWN HERE BUT THE SCENE WILL BE SECURED OVER NIGHT AND THEY ARE GOING TO TAKE A LOOK AT IT TOMORROW.))
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The pilot who is in his 40's and from Willis died at the scene.
State Police say it was windy at the time but say it is too early to determine an exact cause.
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[Womens-Shelter]


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They broke ground more than a year ago and it was supposed to be up and running by now.
But very little has been done on the Rescue Mission's new women and children's center. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 GRAPHIC***]
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So what's the holdup- Justin McLeod is here now to fill us in. Justin?
Jean, the permit process took longer than expected and there have been money problems.
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Despite needing another million dollars, the Rescue Mission's board took the unusual step last week of greenlighting the project.
And now construction is set to begin next week.
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[SUPER=01-Joy Sylvester-Johnson/Rescue Mission Director; :29]
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((((NAT SOUND OF PEOPLE SINGING AND DANCING ON 02-36 16:11))
It was a joyous occasion more than a year ago when the Rescue Mission broke ground on its latest project.
But 13 months later, this has been the extent of the shoveling. (SHOT at 3:29)
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((JOY SYLVESTER-JOHNSON/RESCUE MISSION: RIGHT NOW THE ONLY HOLD UP IS MONEY.)) [Runs02]
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Money that isn't there thanks to the tough economy.
The price tag for the new women and children's center is just under four million dollars but so far the Rescue Mission has raised only 2.8 million.
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((JOY SYLVESTER-JOHNSON/RESCUE MISSION: WE'VE DECIDED TO GO AHEAD AND BUILD WITH THE MONEY THAT WE HAVE AND GO AS FAR AS WE CAN UNTIL THE REST OF IT COMES IN, WE HOPE THAT COMES IN BY THE TIME WE NEED IT.)) [Runs06]
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That will be ten months from now when the project is completed here on Dale Avenue.
The three story facility will have 130 beds and will house an emergency shelter for families as well as a substance abuse program for women.
With four thousand chemically addicted women believed to be in Roanoke the Rescue Mission says it could wait no longer.
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((SIDNEY MILLER/RESCUE MISSION MEMBER: WE KNOW IT IS GOING TO COST MORE IF WE WAIT SO WE WANTED TO GO ON AND WE HAVE A LOT OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAT NEED OUR HELP AND WE FELT LIKE NOW WAS THE TIME TO DO IT.)) [Runs10]
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The Rescue Mission is confident they can raise the one and half million dollars needed before the facility opens next summer.
They plan to begin airing Public Service announcements on television as part of the final push for its fundraising campaign.
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Jean, we should mention some neighbors in southeast Roanoke still oppose this project believeing it will bring more vagrants and transients to the area.

[Parkway-Search]


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Dive teams will search again in the morning for a local man who apparently jumped off a bridge on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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A woman driving on the Parkway between 7:30 and 8 this morning saw a man running on the Roanoke River Bridge. As she passed him, he climbed over the railing, turned his back toward the Niagra Dam and squatted down. Roanoke County police estimate it's about a 200-foot drop from the bridge to the river. Nobody actually saw the man fall but police found a suicide note, wallet and cell phone nearby. They have yet to release his identity or find his body.
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Police say seven divers searched for several hours today near the bridge where the water is 10 to 15 feet deep and visibility is under twelve inches.
State Police will also send up a helicopter tomorrow to do a flyover.

[Sinkhole]


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Work on a sinkhole on Interstate 81 could continue for several days. That's the word from State Police tonight.
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[TAKE MAP FULL]
The sinkhole opened up in Wythe County.
State Police say crews have closed one northbound lane and part of another at mile-marker 82, in the Fort Chiswell area.
The emergency shoulder is open to traffic.
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[Iraq]


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A victory and a setback for President Bush concerning Iraq.
Just a few moments ago, the Senate voted to
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convert half of his 20 billion dollar Iraqi rebuilding plan into a loan- something the president did not want.
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Meanwhile the United Nation's Security Council today voted unanimously to a resolution aimed at getting more money and troops to help stabilize Iraq.
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((SEN. JOE BIDEN/D- DELAWARE: THEY'RE NOW INVESTED. A FAILURE NOW IN IRAQ IS THE WORLD'S FAILURE, NOT JUST A U.S. FAILURE.))
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But big allies are still reluctant to send troops and fundraising still hasn't brought what's needed to rebuild Iraq.
It appears more National Guard and Reserve Units will be mobilized.
The Pentagon says it may have to use more "call ups" to rotate active duty forces in Iraq early next year.
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[Rice]


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Attorneys for a man accused of killing two Appalachian Trail hikers are pointing the finger at someone else.
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Darrell David Rice's attorneys filed a motion asking the judge to delay his trial so they can ask Attorney General John Ashcroft to dismiss the death penalty.
The trial is set to begin in Charlottesville federal court next week.
Rice is charged with a hate crime in the murders of two women in the Shenandoah National Park seven years ago.
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His attorneys say new DNA evidence from the FBI shows that hair samples taken from the crime scene did NOT belong to Rice or the victims.
BUT the lab said they were microscopically similar to hairs taken from serial killer Richard Evonitz.
Evonitz killed himself in Florida last summer.
Afterward, he was linked to the murders of three Virginia girls: Sofia Silva and sisters Kristin and Kati Lisk.
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[Animal-Cruelty]


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11 year old boy responsible for strangling a cat and dipping it in antifreeze?
The case against the Vinton boy is now being considered by a judge.
The boy was charged with animal cruelty earlier this month for the August killing of a cat named Sandy.
Sandy's owner, Mark Palmer, went looking for his pet and found her dead with a rubber band around her neck and coat drenched in anti- freeze. Today friends of the boy testified that he bragged to them about the killing, but he maintains he only *witnessed* the event and then petted the cat after it was already dead. The 11- year- old did, however, say the rubber band around the cat's neck could have been one he discarded earlier. The boy is being held at the Coyner Springs Detention Center.

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Investigators say the man piloting the Staten Island Ferry that crashed yesterday, was also at the helm of the same ferry when it crashed into a dock in 19-95.
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The 1995 accident was blamed on a mechanical problem -- no one died, but a number of people were hurt. Investigators are following up on reports that Richard Smith fell asleep at the wheel yesterday, or passed out due to a medical problem. Smith is in the hospital right now after he reportedly tried to commit suicide immediately after yesterday's crash. Meanwhile, family and friends of Smith are asking the public not to "rush to judgement."
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((HE PANICKED, BELIEVE ME THAT'S WHAT I THINK HAPPENED TO HIM. I DON'T THINK HE WOULD DO IT OTHERWISE))
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One crew member says the pilot probably did not take his prescribed blood pressure medication. If so, it could explain how the ferry veered several hundred feet off course, colliding with a concrete pier, killing ten passengers and seriously wounding a dozen others.
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The fight over a gay episcopal bishop crosses the Atlantic.
Why it may cause a rift with the Anglican church when News 7 returns.
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Plus it's not all celebration for Pope John Paul the Second. His stern message to U-S bishops and priests next.

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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, Kyle Petty packs the Salem Civic Center in the name of charity. Heritage's Chris Jones reaps a national award, and the first look at former Roanoke Catholic star JR Reynolds in a Virginia uniform. Plus, a check on the ALCS. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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He has led the world's one billion Roman Catholics for the past 25 years.
At the Vatican today- Pope John Paul the Second marked the anniversary.
And on this anniversary the pope was working- As Stacy Case reports he had a message for U-S Bishops.
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((POPE JOHN PAUL II, SLUMPED AND SLURRING, SAT BEFORE 50 THOUSAND CATHOLIC PILGRIMS---- HIS PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS CLEA

RLY ON DISPLAY, SO WAS HIS DETERMINATION.
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it must be very exhausting and tiring for him, but he's hanging in there for us.
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I think he shows people particularly the elderly their life is valuable.
(SOT-POPE: (IN ENGLISH) )

"thank you for the affection you have shown" TRACK: THE 83 YEAR OLD PONTIFF WAS GRACIOUS IN HIS STATEMENTS, THANKING GOD AND CATHOLICS THE WORLD OVER. THE MASS MARKS A QUARTER CENTURY OF SERVICE FOR THE 4TH LONGEST SERVING POPE IN HISTORY AND THE FIRST NON ITALIAN IN MORE THAN 4 CENTURIES. STAND UP BRIDGE: STACY CASE/CBS NEWS EVEN BEFORE TONIGHT'S MASS, THE POPE HAD PUT IN A FULL DAY'S WORK. TO COINCIDE WITH THE ANNIVERSARY, THE POPE RELEASED THIS 200 PAGE DOCUMENT. AMONG OTHER THINGS HE CRITICIZED THE US CHURCH FOR ITS PROBLEM WITH PEDOPHILIA. TRACK: HE INSTRUCTED U-S BISHOPS TO DO MORE TO RECTIFY THE ISSUE. THE SEX ABUSE SCANDAL IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE POPE'S
BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENTS. SUPER: FILE/1981 NAT: anniversary mass
TRACK: THE HILIGHTS --- SPIRITUAL TRAVEL TO EVERY CORNER OF THE WORLD, EARNING HIM THE NICKNAME, THE PEOPLE'S POPE.
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TRACK: THAT'S THE LEGACY HE'LL LEAVE. NAT: anniversary TRACK: HE TOLD THE FLOCK, HE FACES HIS FRAILTY THROUGH FAITH AND HIS FUTURE, AS ALWAYS, IS IN GOD'S HANDS. STACY CASE CBS NEWS AT THE VATICAN.))

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Leaders of the Anglican church say their worldwide communion of churches will be "put in jeopardy" if the Episcopal Church consecrates an openly gay bishop in the United States.
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That statement comes after the Episcopalian church confirmed Reverend Gene Robinson to become the next bishop of New Hampshire. He'll take office on November Second.
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((ROWAN WILLIAMS/ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY; IT'S QUITE CLEAR FROM OUR DISCUSSIONS THAT ISSUES AROUND HOMOSEXUALITY WILL CONTINUE TO BE DIFFICULT AND DIVISIVE FOR THE ANGLICAN COMMUNITY AS THEY ARE FOR MANY CHRISTIANS. THESE ISSUES WILL CONTINUE TO CAUSE PAIN AND ANGER AND MISUNDERSTANDING AND RESENTMENT ALL AROUND. ))
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In a unanimous statement at the end of a two day meeting, leaders of 37 national churches asked members not to rush to judgment over the gay bishop. But they did say that some parts of the church would cut off communion with the New Hampshire diocese or the whole Episcopal church.
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Still no word of arrests in the killing of a Virginia State Trooper inside his home near Richmond.
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First Sergeant Taylor Blanton was found this morning with a gunshot wound to the chest.
Blanton headed the Computer Evidence Recovery Unit of the state Bureau of Criminal Investigations.
Authorities are trying to figure out if the killing could have been related to an intruder's appearance at the home two days ago.
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Police say his wife was home at the time of the shooting and may have seen the shooter.
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They say "when it rains it pours."
The problem in one area town-- it pours sewage. More on the problem when News 7 returns.
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Plus a survivor with ties to Southwest Virginia is voted off the show.
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[Merchants-Tax]


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Most people are happy over lower taxes, but that's not the case for some folks in Montgomery County.
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This week the county voted to cut its merchants tax by a fourth, from a dollar-21-cents per 100-dollars to 90-cents. However, that does NOT sit well with some area car dealers, like Shelor Automotive, who wanted the tax cut in half.


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((LARRY SHELOR/SHELOR AUTOMOTIVE COMPANY: AND HALF WOULD ACCOMMODATE THE ECONOMICS OF IT SO WE CAN BE COMPETITIVE. AND SO WE'LL BE FORCED TO CONTINUE TO MOVE OUR CARS AND THE OTHER CAR DEALERS FEEL THE SAME WAY.))
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Board of supervisors chair, Nick Rush, was one of the three members who voted against the tax, but says the new rate is a fair compromise.
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((NICK RUSH/MONTGOMERY CO. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CHAIR: THIS WAS SOMEWHERE IN THE MIDDLE AND I THOUGHT THAT WAS A FAIR COMPROMISE FOR BOTH SIDES AND THE COUNTY WOULD ACTUALLY RECRUIT MORE REVENUE BY THESE FOLKS KEEPING THEIR INVENTORY IN THE COUNTY.))
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In addition to lowering the tax, the county will exempt the first one-thousand dollars of inventory and make assessments twice a year. The merchants will then pay the average of the two assessments.
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[Covington-Sewer]


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Residents of one community in Covington say they've had enough with sewer problems.
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People in the Parrish Court area say insufficient sewer lines are to blame for sewage rolling into their basements during heavy rains.
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((ERIC MERCER/COVINGTON RESIDENT; A FOUR INCH LINE WILL NOT HOLD ALL THESE RESIDENCES WHEN IT RAINS. SURE, WHEN IT'S NOT RAINING, SEWER FLOWS EVENLY WITH NO BACKUPS. BUT WHEN THAT HEAVY RAIN COMES THAT'S WHEN IT ALL GOES.))
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Residents in that area have scheduled a community meeting for next Saturday to talk about how to fix the problem. Representatives from the City of Covington declined an opportunity for an on-camera interview. They say they have already done all they can to correct the issue, and now it's up to the landowners to fix individual problems.
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Coming up, Kyle Petty and friends raise some serious cash for charity, we'll check in with the UVA hoops team, and the Yanks and Red Sox meet for the 26th time this season, but first tonight's extra point,
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[SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA; :00]


Earlier this week, NBA superstar Allen Iverson traded his sneaks and headband for a headset to work the drive thru at a Philadelphia Taco Bell as part of the Sixers Fan Appreciation Day. Iverson and his teammates will continue their exhibition season Friday night, before opening the regular season a week from Tuesday against Miami.
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Kyle Petty's night with the drivers at the Salem Civic Center was a rousing success as an estimated crowd of 5 thousand race fans
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showed up for an autograph and a picture. Petty was joined by Tony Stewart, Jeremy Mayfield, Jimmie Johnson, Elliott Sadler, and Matt Kenseth all in the name of the Victory Junction Gang camp for terminally ill children. The camp, which is currently under construction in Level Cross, will include kids from this region and community. Appropriately, the Nascar community has rallied around the cause.
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[S-MLB]


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The Pedro Martinez vs. Roger Clemens matchup hasn't exactly lived up to its billing in game 7 of the ALCS, as the Rocket was chased early by the Red Sox, who hoped to finally end the curse of the Bambino.
Trot Nixon and Kevin Millar hit early homers to stake the Sox to a 4-nothing lead.
Jason Giambi was moved to the 7 hole in the lineup tonight by Joe Torre, and he ripped two solo homers of his own, and the Yankees have rallied to tie the game at 5-all in the 9th.
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[S-UVA]


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The Virginia men's & women's basketball teams held their pre season media day today. Steve Mason takes a quick look at the men's team.
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((Pete Gillen began by informing the media that defensive specialist and UVa junior Jason Clark is not with the team, but could not comment further. Despite that and the graduation of three time all ACC selection Travis Watson, Gillen feels good about a team with four returning starters . ((PETE GILLEN/UVA 86-65 RECORD AT UVA:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((J.R. REYNOLDS/UVA FRESHMAN GUARD:))
The Wahoos first exhibition game is November 11th. In Charlottesville, Steve Mason news 7 sports.))

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High school football teams are ready to hit the stretch run. Here's a look at tomorrow night's matchups for week 8.


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[S-Jones]


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One Friday Football Coach has garnered a top honor tonight. Heritage High School's Chris Jones has been named the 2003 Coach of the Year by
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the National High School Coaches Association. Jones led Bath County to the state title before duplicating the feat last year in Lynchburg with the Pioneers in his very first season at the school.
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[S-Clemson]


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Clemson and NC State got the college football weekend started tonight in Raleigh at Carter-Finley Stadium.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/ESPN; :00]


Phillip Rivers threw for 213 yards and two touchdowns tonight as State weathered the storm and held on to beat the Tigers in the Textile Bowl 17 to 15.
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[Survivor]


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She survived Virginia Tech, but not the Pearl Islands.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-CBS - "Survivor"]


Michelle Tesauro was the latest castaway voted off the popular CBS reality show.
Tesauro is from New Jersey, but just got her degree in business and marketing from Tech this Spring.
Another local survivor is still in the running to win a million dollars.
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