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Coming up on News 7- A tabloid prints the picture of Kobe's accuser.
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The verdicts for pain doctor Cecil Knox. The decision and reaction.
Plus a shooting caught on tape outside a courthouse-
And an apartment complex catches fire in the region.
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Plus a Tech-Miami preview.
News 7 is next.

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[SOT Lawrence's tape @ 1:48:21]
[IN Q=I'm feeling great]

((I'M FEELING GREAT. I COULDN'T FEEL BETTER. GOOD AS I'VE EVER FELT.))
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[OUT Q=I've ever felt.]
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[V/O-NAT] Dr. Cecil Knox is feeling no pain tonight. The physician- -an expert on pain medicine- - won this day in court.
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[Knox]


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A federal jury deliberated for five days before finding Knox NOT guilty on all counts... at least the ones they could agree on. The jury was unable to reach a verdict on the racketeering and fraud charges. As Keith Humphry reports, that sets up the prospect of another trial.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Cecil Knox; :18]
[SUPER=01-Rusty Fitzgerald/Prosecutor; :46]
[SUPER=01-Tammy Akers/Sister of Ex-Knox Patient; 1:18]
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(( The next Knox trial is no doubt a long way off. For now, Cecil Knox is free to go- -free from the cloud of criminal charges that have hung over him for 2-and-a half years. He called his acquittal an affirmation of the kind of care he gave his patients [1:46:35] ((EXTREMELY GRATEFUL FOR ALL THE SUPPORT AND HARD WORK OF EVERYONE. HAVE A WAYS TO GO THOUGH. Keith Humphry: News-7: There's got to be some anxiety about those remaining counts. ACTUALLY THERE IS NO ANXIETY. VERY GOOD AND VERY POSITIVE ABOUT IT.))
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While Knox was acquitted on all but one of the drug counts, the doctor can be re-tried on charges the jury left unresolved. The prosecutor left no doubt about it. [1:42:58] ((THE PRESENT INDICTMENT WILL GO BACK TO TRIAL, DIFFERENT JURORS. THE REMAINING CHARGES WILL HAVE TO BE TRIED. And you will pursue the case? CERTAINLY, ABSOLUTELY.))
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Many of Dr. Knox's patients stuck it out for the entire eight-week trial. [1:44:15] Doug Douglas cites himself as just one example of a patient whose loyalty to Knox was unshaken by the government's evidence. Tammy Akers was moved to tears. Though she'd been a Knox patient, too, she testified for the government. The death of her brother constituted one of the principle charges. [23:25] ((THIS IS SO UNFAIR. MY BROTHER WAS A QUADRIPLEGIC AND HE COULDN'T PUT MEDICINE IN HIS BODY. AND DR. KNOX IGNORED HIS CALLS AND MY BROTHER'S PHYSICIAN'S CALLS.))
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Most of the counts against Knox Office Manger Beverly Boone were resolved in her favor. She was acquitted on all the rest, though, she too still faces re-trial for racketeering. The jury was unable to reach a verdict in any of the counts against counselor Bill James. [1:45:25] ((I THOUGHT THE EVIDENCE CAME OUT FAVORABLY, AND I THINK HE IS IN FACT INNOCENT. WHY THE JURY CAME UP WITH WHAT THEY DETERMINED TODAY, I CANNOT SAY.))
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[1:54:35 overhead] ((THERE ARE EFFECTIVELY 300+ ACTS...)) The defense team was still reeling from the enormous complexity of the case... even as they took care not to celebrate their win too hard, knowing this case may not be over. [1:53: 35] ((WE WILL BE PREPARED TO DEFEND ANY ALLEGATIONS THAT THEY BRING AGAINST DR. KNOX AGAIN.))
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Cecil Knox left the courthouse- -surrounded by family, friends and supporters- -exuding optimism. [1:48:30] ((I THINK I'M GOING TO BE BACK, BACK IN PRACTICE.))
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Keith Humphry, NEWS 7))

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Three more cows have been shot and killed in the Riner area.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Department says the cows were found today.
This shooting occurred on a different farm from a shooting last weekend,
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In that incident, two pregnant cows were shot and killed.
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One of the cows and her calf died. The other is still alive... the fate of her calf unknown. No arrests have been made.
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[Pulaski-Fire]


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Fire tonight at an apartment complex in the New River Valley.
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The fire began at Meadowview Apartments on Route 11 in Pulaski this evening-
A fire official says it started on the third floor and was contained to that floor.
The blaze looked like it was under control by about 8:30.
Police would not comment on the fire, but say no one was hurt.
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[Halloween]


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Things were downright scary throughout our area this Halloween night.
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In Blacksburg, hundreds turned out for the annual celebration in downtown.
Many of the businesses stayed open late and passed out candy.
Town offices like the police station also took part in the festivities.
The big highlight of the night was a costume contest at the Lyric theater.
Each kid who competed went home with a goodie bag.
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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

[Costume-Contest]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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More than 30-creatively attired contestants paraded across Market Square during lunch hour this afternoon. Blood, Barbies and babies met gore, sports and even household items like a potted plant. Maureen Jones butchered her household greenery for her costume and took home the prize for most original. The winner of the scariest costume category, Annette Turner, calls her get-up "the nail gun accident."
And a chain gang of Carilion employees who perfected their performance to the song of the same name, marched away with honors for "Funniest".
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[Co-Cold]


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When it's hot here, chances are it's cold somewhere else.
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In Colorado today wet and icy conditions made driving tough.
Trucks jack knifed and stretches of at least two different interstates were closed completely.
People are not used to driving on icy roads- and cars slid into each other including a 20 car pileup south of Downtown Denver.
No serious injuries reported though.
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[Radford-Police]


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Radford's Police Chief and two police officers have been indicted on misdemeanor charges following a state police investigation.
Chief Wesley Terry is charged with petit (petty) larceny, malfeasance (mal-FEE-since) in office and three counts of obtaining criminal history information under a false pretense.
Officers Peter Rutzinski and Christopher Caldwell were each indicted for a single offense of malfeasance in office.
According to a news release from special prosecutor Fred King, the indictments allege that the three officers conducted a search without a proper warrant, and that chief Terry took a knife and sheath from the residence.
All three have been placed on administrative leave.

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Six months before devastating wildfires began in Southern California, leaders in that state warned that beetle infested trees had become a fire hazard.
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Governor Gray Davis sent a letter to President Bush in April calling the trees "an immediate threat to lives" and said " a major fire could quickly move from the mountains to residential areas." The U-S Forest Service agreed that the beetle infested trees were a major problem. Davis asked for 430 million dollars in disaster relief to bulldoze the trees. No response for six months, but last Friday, the request was denied -- the same time Southern California was in smoke.

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((SEN. BARBARA BOXER/(D) CALIFORNIA; WE PREDICTED AN ALMOST EERIE WAY THAT WE WOULD HAVE UNCONTROLLABLE FIRES IF WE DID NOT HAVE THIS DISASTER DECLARED. IT DID NOT HAPPEN))
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[OUT Q=IT DID NOT HAPPEN]
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Critics say the 430 million requested was a small fraction of what is now more than 2 Billion dollars in damage. As the debate on who's to blame rages, the fires do the same -- but cooler temperatures and dense fog are allowing firefighters to make up some lost ground.
[Super=03-Las Vegas, NV;]

Haze from the massive fires has blown across state lines into Las Vegas
[Super=03-El Paso, TX;]

and drivers as far away as Texas are using headlights because of the smoke.
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Actor Robert Blake was in a California courtroom today...
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[VO-NAT]


But the real drama was outside as a man goes after his lawyer at point blank range.
That story is next on News 7.
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[Sports-preview]


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[Courthouse-Shooting]


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A shooting outside a California court house is caught on tape-
As actor Robert Blake sat in court for a hearing today -- a gunman shot at an attorney outside multiple times at point blank range.
As Chris Lawrence reports, it was all caught on tape.
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[SUPER=03-Van Nuys, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Capt. Jim Miller/Van Nuys Police Department; :40]
[SUPER=01-Chris Lawrence/Reporting; 1:00]
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[OUT Q=CHRIS LAWRENCE, CBS NEWS]

((ROBERT BLAKE SAT INSIDE A VAN NUYS COURTROOM LISTENING TO LAWYERS DEBATE THE EVIDENCE AGAINST HIM, WHILE OUTSIDE ANOTHER LAWYER WAS LITERALLY FIGHTING FOR HIS LIFE. POLICE SAY A DISGRUNTLED CLIENT FIRED A HANDGUN AT HIS ATTORNEY OVER AND OVER AGAIN. THE CLIENT SHOT THE ATTORNEY AT POINT BLANK RANGE, EVEN AS HE TRIED COWERING BEHIND A TREE. A COURT TV PHOTOGRAPHER COVERING THE BLAKE HEARING TURNED HIS CAMERA ON THE INCIDENT. WHEN IT WAS OVER THE GUNMAN WALKED CALMLY AWAY FROM THE SHOOTING SCENE, PAST STUNNED BYSTANDERS AND OTHER MEMBERS OF THE NEWS MEDIA. THE VICTIM, SHOT MULTIPLE TIMES, STAGGERED AROUND, LOOKING FOR HELP.
(SOT, CAPT.JIM MILLER, VAN NUYS POLICE, PARAPHRASED, WAS UPSET OVER THE HANDLING OF A PROBATE CASE BY THE ATTORNEY)

FINALLY, AN OFF DUTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTY TACKLED THE SUSPECT, A 60-YEAR OLD MAN NAMED WILLIAM STRILER (PRON: STRY-ler).
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WHEN POLICE MOVED IN TO TAKE HIM INTO CUSTODY. HE HAD TWO GUNS ON HIM. DOCTORS SAY THE ATTORNEY WAS SHOT SEVERAL TIMES IN THE UPPER BODY, BUT SOMEHOW SURVIVED THE ATTACK AND REMAINS IN STABLE CONDITION. CHRIS LAWRENCE, CBS NEWS.))
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Late word tonight that the attorney is in good condition.

[Kobe]


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Colorado's two largest grocery store chains are pulling copies of the tabloid- the Globe- that features a front page photo and the name of Kobe Bryant's accuser.
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A spokemsan for the stores says they took it away from the checkout counters so customers would not be forced to see it.
The cover page shows a photo of the woman who alleges she was raped by Bryant. It also displays her name.
Other news organizations are not disclosing the woman's identity and the Globe's decision to run the information is drawing criticism.
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[Grant]


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The former member of the Lynchburg Electoral Board who stole 9-thousand dollars from the city won't spend any time in prison.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Al Grant was sentenced today in federal court. Judge Jackson Kiser ordered him to pay back the city, pay the 5-thousand dollar fine and perform 100 hours of community service.
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((AL GRANT/FORMER LYNCHBURG ELECTORAL BOARD MEMBER; WE RESPECT THE DECISION OF THE COURT.))
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[OUT Q=of the court.]
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[VO-NAT]

He could have gotten up to six months to serve. But the judge noted Grant will likely lose his license as an insurance agent as a result of the felony conviction. Grant pled guilty in July to misappropriation of city funds.
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An area pastor says he won't be dettered. Why he says violence in Iraq won't stop him from "Answering the Call," next.
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Plus these jack-o-lanterns are more than just decorations... they're works of art.
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[Commercial]

[Warner-taxes]


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Governor Warner says tax reform is still possible even though the legislature's top Republican came out against it today.
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[SUPER=@file]


In a speech House Speaker Bill Howell said increasing the tax burden on working Virginians will hurt the state's economy.
His comments come as Senate Republicans are contemplating tax increases to fund improvements in the state's infrastructure.
And the governor is planning to release his own tax reform plan in a few weeks.
Warner says Howell's comments do NOT mean tax reform is dead.
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[SOT 13:57:13]
[IN Q=I THINK I CAN WORK WITH THE]

((GOV. MARK WARNER; I THINK I CAN WORK WITH THE SPEAKER I MEAN HE AND I HAVE BUILT A MUCH STRONGER PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP OVER THE LAST YEAR AND HE IS GOING TO BE AN IMPORTANT PART OF THIS DEBATE.))
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[OUT Q=TO BE AN IMPORTANT PART OF THIS DEBATE.]
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Warner has said modernizing the state's antiquated tax code is his top priority this year.
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[Iraq-Mission]


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A Roanoke Valley pastor who has lead mission trips to Africa and Asia is taking a closer look at the situation in Iraq.
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[VO-NAT]


David Fuller has made more than a dozen visits to southern Sudan, and he has lead mission trips to other trouble spots around the world.
Next week, he and two other associates will travel to Baghdad.
They hope to network with other organizations and churches to provide humanitarian relief and christian ministry there.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=That's why you have to go]

((DAVID FULLER: THAT'S WHY YOU HAVE TO GO. YOU HAVE TO SEE IT YOU HAVE TO TASTE IT YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND IT YOURSELF, BEFORE YOU CAN BE IN A POSITION TO KNOW HOW TO ADDRESS IT.))
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[OUT Q=know how to address it.]
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Fuller was planning to stay at the Al-Rashid hotel before it suffered a rocket attack last weekend, but he says the recent violence has not dissuaded him from making the trip.

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Early Friday Football Extra highlights, a tech and Miami preview, plus Cavs and Wolfpack and qualifying, but first our extra point.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

Virginia Tech Coach Frank Beamer and Miami coach Larry Coker are among the top candidates for the Maxwell Football Club's Coach of the Year award. The list of ten candidates was announced yesterday. And the winner will be announced on December 11th. Eight others were also named , including Oklahom's Bob Stoops.
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We start at Eastern Montgomery where the Mustangs met Radford on this halloween.
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[SUPER=03-Shawsville/Bobcats vs. Mustangs]


The Mustangs were in stride in the second half when quarterback Jordan Stewart makes the nice toss to Zack Milton and he takes the rock and goes 83 yards, yes 83 yards for the touchdown but the Bobcats would put this game out of reach
[SUPER=34-Radford/37/Eastern Montgomery/6;]for Eastern Montgomery.


Radford's Bryan Holebrook pitches to Drew Rigney who crosses the goaline from 7 yards out. Bobcats win 37-6.
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[S-Byrd]


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Over in Daleville, Byrd and Botetourt hook up, the Terriers undefeated in the Blue Ridge and looking to extend that unblemished record.
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[SUPER=03-Daleville/Terriers vs. Cavaliers; :00]


Byrd is trailing 27-20 in the fourth quarter as Terriers quarterback Jeff Highfill keeps the pill and scores from 10 yards out, and we would have ourselves a tie game.
[SUPER=34-William Byrd/34/Lord Botetourt/40;]The game goes into overtime and, after trading TD's in the second OT, t

he Cavaliers quarterback Matt Witt carries the ball off the right side and scores, Botetourt shocks Byrd 40-34.
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[S-Cross]


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North Cross faced do or die in its' season as did the Raiders opponent, Roanoke Catholic.
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The game was scoreless until the third when North Cross quarterback James Revercomb connects with Jonathan Edwards on t
he middle screen, Edwards takes advantage of a few nice blocks and is on his [SUPER=34-Roanoke Catholic/10/North Cross/

9;]way to a 56 yard touchdown run. The count was 9-7 Raiders with 10 seconds left in the game when Celtics kicker Patrick Zinni boots a 29 yard field goal and RoanokeCatholic wins 10-9.
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Freeky Friday Football extra highlights from 10 other games headed your way on Friday Football Extra, hope we don't scare you with these early numbers.
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[SUPER=55-Tunstall/10/Fieldale-Collinsville/26/Roanoke Catholic/10/North Cross/9/Holston/6/Chilhowie/7;]



[SUPER=55-Lebanon/26/George Wythe/6/Christiansburg/3/Hidden Valley/0/Northwood/33/Rural Retreat/13;]



[SUPER=55-Heritage/13/Rustburg/7/Parry McCluer/6/James River/28/Bland /14/Fort Chiswell/34;]



[SUPER=55-Richlands/6/Carroll Co./16/Virginia High/17/Marion/25/Covington/6/Buffalo Gap/31;]



[SUPER=55-Bath Co./50/Craig Co./8/Chatham/0/William Campbell/55/Patrick Henry/27/E.C. Glass/60;]



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[SUPER=55-Brookville/21/Liberty/42/Altavista/14/Madison Co./41/Riverheads/20/Central Woodstock/29;]



[SUPER=55-Prince Edward/37/Appomattox/28/Floyd Co./23/Giles/27/Auburn/14/Glenvar/7;]



[SUPER=55-William Byrd/34/Lord Botetourt/40/LCA/54/Brunswick/0/Bassett/20/Laurel Park/0;]



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[S-Hit]


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Virginia Tech will try and snap a three game losing streak to second ranekd Miami tomorrow night. For the Hokies to have a chance they must play mistake free and play extremely physical.
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The one guy they will have to be ready for is six foot five inch tight end Kellen Winslow.
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Miami's current winning streak on the road is at 18 games. The Canes also have won a Big East record 27 straight against conference opponents.

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Five ACC football powers have two losses each and UVa is one of them which should make for a scary November but the Cavaliers apprear calm cool and collected about the weeks a head.
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The 'Pack has lost four of five to UVA and Chuck Amato's team knows exactly what to expect from the Wahoos.
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Phoenix, Rockingham and Miami...the fianl three stops on the 2003 Winston Cup season. Today the cup cars would qualify in the wild, wild west.
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[SUPER=03-Phoenix, AZ/Speed; :00]

And wild has true meaning as Ward Burton found out the hard way on the mile a half mile track. He tried to win the pole on his second lap - but backed it into the wall.
No halloween tricks for Ryan newman as he wins his tenth pole of the season with a speed of 133.675 miles an hour, just fast enough to keep Brian Vickers, making only his third Cup start, from becoming the youngest driver to win a pole in NASCAR's top circuit. Here's the grid.
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[SUPER=0107-11. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//12. Mark Martin//13. Kevin Harvick//14. Elliott Sadler//15. Sterling Marlin/;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-16. Jeremy Mayfield//17. Michael Waltrip//18. Bill Elliott//19. Terry Labonte//20. Ward Burton//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-21. Todd Bodine//22. Jamie McMurray//23. Mike Wallace//24. Bobby Labonte//25. Greg Biffle//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-26. Kenny Wallace//27. Jeff Burton//28. Scott Wimmer//29. Jimmy Spencer//30. Ricky Rudd//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-31. Robby Gordon//32. Larry Foyt//33. John Andretti//34. Ken Schrader//35. Johnny Benson//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-36. Kyle Petty//37. Matt Kenseth//38. Ricky Craven/Prov/39. Dale Jarrett/Prov/40. Steve Park/Prov/;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-41. Tony Raines/Prov/42. Jeff Green/Prov/43. Kevin Lepage/Prov/;]
[RUNS=:40]

[oc...last name]
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[VO-NAT wipe to #eng!!!!!]
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One last racing note, Kevin Harvick held off Ted Musgrave to win the NASCAR Craftsman Trucks Series Silverado 150 at Phoenix. Harvick held a .93 second lead over Musgrave, the pole winner. Jon Wood, another rock solid performance. He finished 10th after starting 7th and is fifth in points with one race left.
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[Jack-O-Lanterns]


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Most people have one, or maybe two jack o lanterns for Halloween.
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[VO-NAT 16]
[SUPER=03-Kenova, WV]


But not one West Virginia man- Ric Griffith carves more than 2-thousand gourds to welcome trick or treaters.
Jack o Lanterns are everywhere .. on the roof, in the yard and even stacked up in rows lining his property.
He does it with the help of 100 volunteers.
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((RIC GRIFFITH: WE ASK OURSELVES EVERY YEAR WHY WE DOING THIS PART OF IT'S ART PART OF IT IS ENJOYING PEOPLE AND THEIR REACTIONS TO THE DISPLAY.))
[SUPER=01-Ric Griffith/Pumpkin Man;]
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[OUT Q=to the display.]
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[vo-nat 10 PLUS PAD]
And when the jack o lanterns are lit up, it is quite a sight- you can see jack o lanterns lit up from every angle.


No wonder Ric Griffith is known as the pumpkin man. (------------)