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Coming up on News 7-
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We all know college kids can be loud- but now all that noise could cost them cash.
Authorities want your help solving a double murder.
And look at this video. Police draw guns inside a high school ordering students to the floor- We'll tell you what it's all about.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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[vo-nat 07.5]
As college students turn up the volume, one area police department turns up the heat.
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[SOT 4:06; tape 2]
[IN Q=Our focus here]

((BILL BROWN/BLACKSBURG POLICE CHIEF: OUR FOCUS HERE TO CREATE A BALANCE, A BALANCE BETWEEN OUR YEAR ROUND RESIDENTS AND OUR STUDENT POPULATION.))
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[OUT Q=OUR STUDENT POPULATION]
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[Blacksburg-Noise]


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There's a lot of noise these days in Blacksburg.
So much that police there recently began enforcing the town's noise ordinance.
And as Justin McLeod discovered they have a new weapon to quiet things down.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-John Kong/Blacksburg Resident; :12]
[SUPER=01-Bill Brown/Blacksburg Police Chief; :33]
[SUPER=@justin1; :40]
[SUPER=01-Beau Nunnally/College Student; 1:06]
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[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Blacksburg]

((((NAT SOUND OF JOHN TALKING))
John Kong likes to have get togethers at his home in Blacksburg.
He admits they sometimes get a little loud. ((NAT SOUND OF MUSIC GOING INTO BITE ))
[SOT 15:37]
[IN Q=You work all week]

((JOHN KONG/BLACKSBURG RESIDENT: YOU WORK ALL WEEK, SCHOOL WHATEVER, YOU JUST WANT TO HAVE A LITTLE FUN, I DON'T SEE THE HARM IN IT.))
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[OUT Q=the harm in it]


His neighbors may disagree, although he has never received a fine under the town's noise ordinance.
Many however have, the police department responds to more than 18-hundred noise complaints a year, typically large parties.
The punishment? A hundred dollar fine.
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[IN Q=They are already]

((BILL BROWN/BLACKSBURG POLICE CHIEF: THEY ARE ALREADY PASSING A COUPLE OF HATS COLLECTING THE ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR FINE TO PAY THE FINE AND NOT TAKING IT VERY SERIOUSLY.))
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[OUT Q=it very seriously]
[SOT 4:13]
[IN Q=So town council]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: SO TOWN COUNCIL PASSED A NEW ORDINANCE UPPING THE INITIAL FINE TO THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS. IT ALSO CREATED SUBSEQUENT FINES OF 500 DOLLARS FOR A SECOND OFFENSE AND ANYTHING BEYOND THAT IN A TWELVE MONTH PERIOD, A THOUSAND BUCKS.))
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[OUT Q=A THOUSAND BUCKS]

((NAT SOUND OF PARTY))
College students are not happy about it.
Many residents support it, saying it's about time.
In fact, numerous citizen complaints is what prompted the heftier penalities.
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[IN Q=You have to be very]

((BEAU NUNNALLY/BLACKSBURG RESIDENT: YOU HAVE TO BE VERY SELECTIVE WHERE YOU LIVE. IF YOU ARE GOING TO LIVE AROUND A LOT OF COLLEGE STUDENTS YOU HAVE TO REALIZE THAT ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS THEY ARE GOING TO GET PRETTY LOUD.))
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[OUT Q=get pretty loud]


If that's the case, police hope college students hear the message loud and clear, a noisy party could cost you a lot of money and that may be hard to swallow.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Blacksburg.))

[Roanoke-Chase]


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In Roanoke tonight, one person has been transported to the hospital after swallowing something while in police custody.
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Police were involved in a pursuit with this car when it pulled over at the intersection of 3rd Street and Gilmer Avenue shortly after 9-thirty tonight. Authorities say the driver then swallowed an object once he was put into the police cruiser. He was taken to the hospital. There is no word on his condition.
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[National-Guard]


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43-thousand National Guard and Reserves troops have been put on alert nationwide, and nearly one thousand are from Virginia.
The units on standby include ones based out of Richlands, Martinsville, and Rocky Mount.
While the units haven't received mobilization orders, the alert status gives soldiers and commanders the time to prepare in the event they are called to active duty.

[Iraq]


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The U-S military is on the move in Tikrit tonight- Bradley fighting vehicles swept through neighborhoods before dawn- blasting houses of suspected insurgents with machine guns.
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It is retalitation for todays Black Hawk Chopper crash- apparently shot down by insurgents- all six U-S soldiers aboard were killed.
Soldiers were also attacked in Mosul...a deadly ambush... and a roadside bombing. An American commander said today's predawn raid on Tikrit was meant to remind Iraqis that the military has teeth and will use them.
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[Cow-update]


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Montgomery County authorities are stepping up their investigation into several livestock shootings.
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So far, 6 head of cattle have been shot in the Riner community in the last month. No one's been arrested, but several deputies spent the day canvassing a field looking for clues. Investigators say this is one of the department's top priorities.
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[SUPER=01-Lt. Tommy Whitt/Montgomery Co. Sheriff's Office]

((TOMMY WHITT: ONE OF THE MOST PRESSING THINGS GOING ON. IT MIGHT NOT SEEM IMPORTANT TO A LOT OF PEOPLE, BUT IT'S VERY IMPORTANT TO THOSE WHO ARE LOSING CATTLE.))
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[OUT Q=losing cattle.]
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The sheriff's department says the animals were not accessible from the road and were most likely shot at close range. Shooting livestock is a felony.
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[Augusta-Murders]


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More than a year after a murder, the Augusta County Sheriff's Office is asking for help.
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A ten thousand dollar reward is being offered in the shooting deaths of 40-year old Rhonda Chaplin and her 51-year old husband Timothy. The couple was killed near their car at the intersection of Dabney's Lane and Cold Spring Road in August 2002. The Sheriff's Office says Rhonda Chaplin had last been seen buying snacks at the Pilot Station in Greenville around 12:30 a.m., about 75-minutes before the crime. Earlier in the evening the couple had run into some trouble at a nightclub.
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[IN Q=They were at an establishment in Staunton....]
[SUPER=01-Sgt. Glenn Hanger/Augusta Co. Sheriff's Office;]

((SGT. GLENN HANGER/AUGUSTA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: THEY WERE AT AN ESTABLISHMENT IN STAUNTON AND AN EX-BOYFRIEND WAS THERE. THERE WAS AT LEAST SOME TENSION, POSSIBLY SOME WORDS BETWEEN THE EX-BOYFRIEND AND RHONDA.))
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[OUT Q=ex-boyfriend and Rhonda.]
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Sergeant Hanger says the ex-boyfriend is one of several suspects. Rhonda Chaplin had been scheduled to testify against him in a rape trial set to begin the week after her murder. The charge was eventually dropped.

[Altavista-Murder]


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An Altavista woman is being held without bond in connection with the arson death of her boyfriend Wednesday night.

Chief Tommy Neal says 41-year-old Kimberly Rudder admitted setting her house on fire after arguing with 39-year-old John Frederick Klein.
Firefighters rescued Klein from the burning home but he was pronounced dead on arrival at Lynchburg General Hospital.
Rudder's been charged with murder and arson.

[Anthrax]


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The anthrax scare in Washington D-C over the last two days was a false alarm -- that's according to the postal sercice.
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Two facilities were reopened tonight. The other nine will be back in business tomorrow. Officials closed the offices yesterday after an automated alarm AND follow up test indicated possible anthrax at the naval mail sorting office. Officials say preliminary tests are often innacurate.
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[IN Q=THE OTHER REAL POSSIBILITY ]

((TOM DAY/US POSTAL SERVICE-THE OTHER REAL POSSIBILITY IS SIMPLY THE SYSTEM THAT WAS TESTING ITSELF WAS FLAWED AND GAVE A FALSE POSITIVE. FALSE POSITIVES ARE ONE OF THE PROBLEMS WITH SOME OF THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT ARE BEING EMPLOYED))
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[VO-NAT]

The immediate response to the false alarm is normal procedure. Officials say it is better to err on the side of caution than risk workers being exposed to the deadly spores. The postal service says it has not located any contaminated mail and workers at the Naval station are being offered antibiotics for possible exposure.
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[Tease1]
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Up next on the newscast, jurors in the John Muhammad trial get an up close look at the supposed sniper's nest,
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and also, there was no emergency but why were these policemen storming a school with guns drawn, and why are some parents upset? We'll have that story in just a few minutes.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, we'll shut down high school football's regular season and look ahead to the playoffs. The Hokies hope to wrap up Larry Fitztgerald, and the Express skates with Augusta. Plus, qualifying from the Rock and the O's have a new skipper. All that and more on the way in sports.))

[Sniper-Car]


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Jurors in the trial of alleged sniper John Allen Muahammed got a firsthand look at the car allegedly used in the DC- area sniper attacks.
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Prosecutors say the 1990 blue Chevy Caprice doubled as a firing platform and getaway vehicle.
Jurors were shown the trunk where prosecutors argue Muhammed and partner Lee Boyd Malvo fired the deadly shots.
Muhammad is on trial for the murder of Dean Harold Meyers.
Prosecutors say they expect to wrap up their case next week.
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[School-Drugs]


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Police stormed a South Carolina high school with guns drawn, but this wasn't in response to violence or even an emergency call.
It was a drug sweep. The officers reportedly ordered students to hit the floor- and it's all on tape.
Heather Hammel reports-
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Police say the raid sends a message. Some parents though say they'll fight to keep police from raiding the shcool again.

[Montgomery-Elections]


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The face of leadership is about to change in Montgomery County. Voters put several political newcomers into office this past election.
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Steve Spradlin beat out an incumbent in a 3 way race to be the next Supervisor.
His victory tips the balance of power on the board to the republicans.
The new treasurer won by only 44-votes.
Democrat Richard Shelton may have to wait for an automatic recount before it's official, but he's still preparing to take over the job.
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[IN Q=I want to have]

((RICHARD SHELTON: I WANT TO HAVE A GOOD WORKING RELATIONSHIP WITH NOT ONLY THE EMPLOYEES OF THAT OFFICE, BUT ALSO THE OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICES. FOR YEARS THERE HAD BEEN A LITTLE DIVISION BETWEEN THE 2-OTHER OFFICES THAT SHOULD HAVE NEVER BEEN)) ((STEVE SPRADLIN: THE GOAL FOR THE FOLKS I'VE TALKED TO WHO ARE ON THE BOARD NOW IS LOOK, WE NEED TO WORK TOGETHER FOR THE GOOD OF EVERYONE IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY.))
[SUPER=01-Richard Shelton/(D) Treasurer-Elect;]
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[OUT Q=Everyone in Montgomery County.]
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The winners take office January first.
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[Tease2]
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Still to come on the newscast, a second Fiddlefest is a go, with a few changes...
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and also, they aren't exactly what they appear to be. Several teenagers get nabbed for impersonating prostitutes AND policemen.
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[Commercial]

[Real-World]


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Area students are learning they don't have to let their disabilities stand in the way of their dreams.
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Nearly 400 people attended "Real World Day" at Radford University. It's a spin on the MTV show- It teaches disabled students about programs that make applying to college and entering the workforce a reality. Vendors showed off assistive technology that helps level the playing field and college reps explained accommodations possible in the classroom. Many students said they didn't realize college was even an option before attending the workshops.
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[Jesus]


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A movie rendition of the Gospels written by John opened today in Lynchburg.
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The biblical film is a word-for-word adaptation of the New Testament book.
The creators say the movie was painstakingly researched to reinforce its authenticity.
The musical score was created with instruments from Jesus' time.
And the costumes were made using only fabrics from the era.
Despite the attempts at a faithful representation, religious scholars say the events of Jesus' life are still subject to interpretation.
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[SOT 34:32]
[IN Q=WHEN YOU TRANSLATE THINGS FROM ONE]

((RICHARD VINSON/BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY AT RICHMOND: WHEN YOU TRANSLATE THINGS FROM ONE LANGUAGE INTO ANOTHER YOU'RE ALWAYS MAKING CHOICES ABOUT WHAT EXACTLY THE NUANCE IS. WHICH WORD IN ENGLISH BEST CAPTURES THE SENSE OF THE WORD IN GREEK SO THAT WOULD BE THE FIRST CHOICE THAT YOU WOULD MAKE AND THAT WOULD DETERMINE ALOT OF THE WAY THINGS ARE DONE.))
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The film version of the Gospel of John is based on the Good News translation of the Bible.
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[Fiddle-fest]


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Organizers of Fiddlefest have set the date for the second edition of the summer music festival.
And this weekend, they'll be tuning up for the main event with a fundraiser.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/July;]


In its first year, the week-long event failed to attract a large crowd, and organizers are still settling debts from the festival.
They've made changes and tomorrow they will return to Elmwood Park for the "Barbecue and Brewfest" fundraiser.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=We still have some]

((MIKE CONNER: WE STILL HAVE SOME BILLS OUTSTANDING, AND THIS BARBECUE AND BREWFEST IS DESIGNED TO HELP RAISE SOME FUNDS TO SETTLE THE FINAL BILLS. AND HOPEFULLY WE'LL BE ABLE TO SETTLE THE FINAL BILLS AND GET A HEAD START ON NEXT YEAR.))

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[OUT Q=head start on next year.]
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[VO-NAT]


Fiddlefest will consolidate events on the campus of Hollins University, and the event is now scheduled to take place July 22nd, 23rd and 24th.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The Barbecue and Brewfest runs from 11am to 5pm tomorrow in Elmwood Park.

[S-Extra]


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Coming up, we'll put the wraps on high school football's regular season, the Hokies are ready to wrap up Larry Fitzgerald, and qualifying from the Rock, but first tonight's extra point,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/November 1988; :00]


Trish Nervo, the runner closest to the right hand side of the screen has joined the Roanoke College track and cross country teams as a volunteer assistant coach.
Nervo was a four-time state cross country champion at Glenvar and she later went on to earn all-America honors while running at the University of North Carolina.
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[S-Heritage]


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Let's start in the Hill City tonight where Heritage tangled with Amherst County in the always topsy turvy Seminole District. With a loss the Lancers would be eliminated from playoff contention.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Lancers vs. Pioneers; :00]


Amherst goes to the bag of tricks just before the half. Manteco Dixon takes the reverse and scores from 7 yards out to make it 14-6 Lancers at the break.
It was 21-20 Amherst with under a minute to go, but the Pioneers Chris Cook found the endzone from
[SUPER=36-Amherst Co./21/Heritage/26/;]

a couple of yards away late. Heritage stays unbeaten 26 to 21.
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[S-Cave]


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The battle for Southwest Roanoke County came to a head tonight as Hidden Valley and Cave Spring squared off for the first time ever.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Titans vs. Knights; :00]


The Titans were pulling out all the stops. Tied at 6 late in the third, Hidden Valley has a 4th and long on its own 22. Back to punt, Tyler Coyer takes the short snap and finds Judd Carte on the right side and he takes it all the way down to the Knights 20 to setup a TD. It was 13-6 Titans.
Late in the 4th, Cave Spring trailing 13-12 after a missed PAT. Bo Austin rolls out to his left and
[SUPER=36-Hidden Valley/13/Cave Spring/20/;]

fires to Kenny Horan on the 15 yard touchdown strike. The 2 point conversion gave Cave Spring the 20 to 13 win.
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[S-Salem]


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Over in Salem, the Spartans renewed their rivalry with Pulaski, but both teams knew coming in that there would be no postseason.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Cougars vs. Spartans; :00]


Willis White's team was able to move the ball pretty much at will in this one.
Andre Hairston had a big night for the Spartans, who cashed in a Cougar fumble on this 21 yard TD jaunt off the right side. Salem led it 7-nothing in the first quarter.
A little later, Hairston got the call again, finding daylight right up the gut. He motored 57 yards to
[SUPER=36-Pulaski Co./7/Salem/23/;]

the house to make it 13-7, and Salem went on to win 23 to 7.
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[FFE-Scores]


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There's plenty more pigskins to come in just a few minutes with Mike Stevens and Friday Football Extra. Here's an early look at tonight's scoreboard.
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[S-Tech]


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Virginia Tech remains a 5 point favorite at Pittsburgh Saturday. Pitt receiver Larry Fitzgerald will try to extend his streak of games with a TD catch to 15 straight. The Hokies are fully aware of his capabilities.
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[SUPER=01-Vinnie Fuller/Va. Tech Cornerback; :00]
[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/7 & 3 Against Pittsburgh; :23]
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[OUT Q=...AND GETTING THE BALL."]
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[S-NCAA]


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Elsewhere tomorrow - VMI hosts Austin Peay at Alumni Field, W&L is at Emory & Henry, Randolph-Macon is at Bridgewater and Hampden-Sydney hosts Maryville. All of those games kick-off at one o'clock. Earlier today - Hargrave beat Fork Union in their annual postgraduate showdown 31-to-23. Hargrave has now won this game 6 of the last 7 seasons.

[S-Express]


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The Roanoke Express tried to extend a three game winning streak tonight at the Roundhouse against the Augusta Lynx.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Lynx vs. Express; :00]


Dan Carlson scored two goals for Tony McAulay's team and that was plenty. David Belitski picked up his 4th straight victory between the pipes. 5 to 1 was the final. The Express
[SUPER=38-Augusta/1/Roanoke/5/;]

hosts the Columbus Inferno tomorrow night at the Civic Center on Retro Night.
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[S-Rock]


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The Winston Cup cars are at the Rock this weekend for Sunday's Pop Secret 400.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC/TNT; :00]

There's no secret that Ryan Newman is a pretty good qualifier. Today Newman posted his 11th pole of the season - tying Bill Elliott for the second most in the modern era. Cale Yarborough had 14 in 1980. Here's the starting grid for Sunday's race.
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[GO TO QUALIFYING BOARDS]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//27. Todd Bodine//28. Ken Schrader//29. Tony Stewart//30. Ricky Craven//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Sterling Marlin//32. Dale Jarrett//33. Kyle Petty//34. Kevin Harvick//35. Kenny Wallace//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-36. John Andretti//37. Scott Wimmer/Prov/38. Steve Park/Prov/39. Casey Mears/Prov/40. Kevin Lepage/Prov/;]


[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-41. Jeff Green/Prov/42. Larry Foyt/Prov/43. Derrike Cope/Prov/;]
[RUNS=:45]

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[S-Orioles]


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We finish up with one baseball note. The Baltimore Orioles have found their man in Lee Mazilli.
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Mazilli helped the Yankees regularly beat the Orioles the past four seasons as the first base coach in New York.
The 48 year old has never been a major league manager. He agreed to a two year contract with the club that has won three World Championships.
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[X-Dressing-Robbers]


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Five cross-dressing teenage boys have been arrested for allegedly impersonating police officers and robbing at least five men.
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The boys -- age 17 to 18 are students at a high school for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgendered students. Police say they posed as undercover cops and prostitutes in Greenwich Village. They would make the John's think they were going to jail, then extort money from them -- even going as far as demandin(------------) g bank cards and pin numbers.