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Coming up on News 7-
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Six people are dead, including a young boy, after a hotel fire in South Carolina. Hollins University mourns the death of its president. And Pope John Paul the Second gets a lesson in hip-hop.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]

Plus bundle up or stay-inside. A winter storm warning continues throughout our area. News 7 is next.

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((JONATHAN HASTINGS: WE'RE COMING BACK FROM SNOWSHOE .... MAN WE HIT THE SNOW STORM, IT'S BEEN INCREDIBLE.))
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Motorists brave the elements as the region gets slammed with another winter storm.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

[Winter-Wx]


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Some areas of the News 7 viewing area are covered by as many as eight inches of snow at this hour. That on top of frigid temperatures is making travel and outdoor activities difficult.
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Jennifer Wishon is outside in the cold tonight and joins us from Roanoke. Myranda, it's been a busy day for snow removal crews and police.
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State Police have been bombarded with fender benders and motorists who've lost control, but no major injuries are being reported. For the department of transportation, it's the frigid temperatures that are putting them behind.
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(( V-Dot crews have been out in full force all day, But tonight salt loading stations are quiet. That's because chemicals are worthless once temperatures fall too far below freezing. Crews are now concentrating their efforts on keeping up with accumulation- a task made difficult on heavily traveled roads where snow has been packed down.
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((ADAM COFFMAN: IT WAS PRETTY BAD, THERE WERE A COUPLE CARS PULLED OFF TO THE SIDE OF THE ROAD AND STUFF LIKE THAT, BUT OTHER THAN THAT WE'RE DOING PRETTY GOOD.))
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Coffman and his friends were willing to brave treacherous roads for a chance to ski the freshly dusted slopes on Snow Shoe Mountain.
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((ADAM COFFMAN: SKI CONDITIONS WERE PRETTY GOOD. WE HAD SIX INCHES OF SNOW BY THE TIME WE LEFT.))
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The New River Valley was the first to see any precipitation as early as 7:30. And by mid- morning a white blanket stretched for miles. Throughout the day, Blacksburg roads saw steady traffic, but sidewalks were sparse and many businesses closed their doors.
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((NATS OF STUDENTS - SNOW IS AWESOME))
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Virginia Tech students celebrated an excuse to get out and play.
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((NATS OF BT))
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The Blacksburg Transit was up and running allowing students to get out and share their snow- day strategies.
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((KATIE WOODWARD: YOU HAVE TO GET UP, BUNDLE UP AND THEN AS SOON AS YOU GET TO CLASS YOU HAVE TO STRIP BECAUSE IT'S ALWAYS TOO HOT IN ALL THE CLASSES.))
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Meanwhile, a California native wasn't about to shed his winter garb and thought the storm was all around painful.
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((KEVIN SHELTON: WE HAVE A FARM OUT IN ROCKY MOUNT BUT WE REALLY NEVER EXPECTED WEATHER LIKE THIS... TERRIBLE.))
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[Take Website FS] A number of schools and businesses ARE closed tomorrow. For a complete list anytime log onto our website at WDBJ7.com. [Take V-Dot FS] But if you do venture out in the morning you can check road conditions with V-Dot's Highway Helpline. That number is 1-800-367-ROAD. If you're planning to travel by air, Roanoke Regional Airport is only operating with one runway at this hour.
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Myranda, officials say few flights are taking off and passengers should call their airline before heading out.



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Things have quieted down in the Lynchburg area as road crews try to take advantage of a break in the weather and get ahead of the wintry conditions.
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About four inches of snow fell today before it turned over to sleet and freezing rain around six o'clock.
That frozen precipitation tapered off around 9:30.
Plow and salt crews have done their best to clear the roads, but most of the main roadways still have a covering of slick snow and ice on them.
Many secondary roads and side streets have yet to see a plow.
Area police have handled dozens of minor car accidents, but no serious injuries have been reported.
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The president of Hollins University has died at the age of 62.
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Nora Kizer Bell died yesterday of complications from pneumonia. She served about a year and a half as president. Provost Wayne Markert will act as president for the remainder of the year. He says Bell not only put the women's institution on the right financial track, but also renewed excitement about Hollins while preserving school traditions.
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((WAYNE MARKERT/ACTING PRESIDENT; I THINK ONE OF THE THINGS WE NEED TO DO IS FOLLOW THAT VISION THAT SHE SET FOR HOLLINS. IT'S CLEAR THAT THE TRUSTEES WANT THAT TO HAPPEN, SO I THINK WE WILL CONTINUE ALONG THOSE LINES. THAT WOULD BE THE GREATEST LEGACY THAT SHE COULD PROVIDE.))
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[OUT Q=legacy that she could provide.]
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Funeral arrangements and memorial services at the school have not been finalized. The location and times of those services are expected to be released tomorrow.
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[Clean-Water]


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Roanoke Valley localities are going with the flow and carrying out a federally mandated program in hopes of cleaning up area waterways.
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The "Regional Stormwater Program" is being used to teach residents about harmful substances used everyday.
Program Director Lane Guilliams says residents should be extra cautious when changing their oil, fertilizing their lawn and walking their pets.
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((LANE GUILLIAMS: IT'S VERY IMPORTANT TO PICK UP AND PROPERLY DISPOSE OF YOUR PET WASTE SO THAT THAT ISN'T SOMETHING THAT GETS INTO THE STORM DRAIN AND GOES DIRECTLY TO THE RIVER. ONCE IT REACHES THE RIVER IT CAN CAUSE PROBLEMS FOR AQUATIC PLANTS OR FISH SPECIES AND OTHER ANIMALS THAT DRINK OUT OF THE WATER OR PEOPLE BECAUSE WE HAVE RECREATION IN THE RIVER AS WELL.))
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Guilliams is currently looking for volunteers for the "storm drain stenciling project" which reminds people not to pollute, as well as volunteers for the "stream monitoring program." Anyone interested can learn more at Explore Park- dot- org.
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Up ahead on the newscast, the remaining democratic hopefuls for President make their last pitches to voters in New Hampshire...
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and also, a half-dozen people are killed in a hotel fire in South Carolina, a fire that authorities say should NOT have been so bad.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, the Maroons get back in the win column, while the Noles pull off another ACC shocker. The Terps tame the Tigers, and the Express gets peppered by Reading. Plus, Dale Jarrett talks racing and football. We're getting physical in sports in just a few.))

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Officials say a fire at a hotel in South Carolina may have had fewer deaths if the building had a sprinkler system.
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A toddler and five other people were killed when a fire broke out on the third floor early this morning at the Comfort Inn at Greenville. At least a dozen others were hurt as they tried desperately to escape.
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((PONDEROSA ABERCROMBIE/WITNESS: THEY WERE SCREAMING AND HOLLERING AND BUSTING OUT THE WINDOWS AND JUMPING WE HAD SHEETS TIED TOGETHER CLIMBING OUT THE WINDOWS.))
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The young boy was found lying close to the body of a woman, and two women were found in the hall. Two more people, a man and a woman, were found in separate rooms. The hotel is not required to have sprinklers, but officials say they would have helped. Investigators are still trying to determine what caused the blaze.
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New York's police commissioner says a fatal shooting today by one of his officers was NOT justified.
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19-year-old Timothy Stansbury Junior was shot to death early this morning, while walking up a stairway of a public housing project. Police say the unarmed teen was on his way back to a party. Commissioner Raymond Kelly says it appears to be no justification for the shooting. Stansbury's family is furious.
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Commissioner Kelly says the incident will compel the department to take an ``in-depth look'' at tactics and trainings for new and veteran officers. Kelly says the officer who shot Stansbury had never before fired a shot in his eleven-year career.
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Democrats continue to scurry around New Hampshire looking for support in Tuesday's primary. The candidates continue to blast President Bush, in hopes of pursuading the remaining undecided voters. Stacy Case has the story.
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((NAT: kerry sunday night TRACK: DEMOCRATIC FRONT RUNNER JOHN KERRY IS STEADILY BRAVING NEW HAMPSHIRE'S SINGLE DIGIT TEMPERATURES TO BOLSTER HIS
DOUBLE DIGIT LEAD---- WITH THE REST OF THE PACK.....

NAT: dean nat QUICK!! NAT: clark nat QUICK! NAT: edwards nat QUICK!
TRACK: ---- PUSHING AHEAD. SUNDAY NIGHT, NC SENATOR JOHN EDWARDS PROMISED TO TAKE BACK THE POLITICAL PROCESS FROM WAS

HINGTON LOBBYISTS. SUPER: SEN JOHN EDWARDS/DEM PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE 19:35:17 I can't change the country by myself, but I believe in you and you deserve a President who believes in you.


TRACK: EDWARDS STRESSES OPTIMISM. RETIRED GENERAL WESLEY CLARK--- LEADERSHIP.


SUPER: RET GENERAL WESLEY CLARK/DEM PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE 2:13:47 we went to war without enough forces to do it with and it wasn't patriotic it was just bad leadership.

TRACK: THE HANDSHAKES, THE ENDLESS RALLIES, STOP AFTER STOP--- MOST VOTERS HERE ARE REGISTERED INDEPENDENTS WHO WAIT U

NTIL THE VERY END TO MAKE UP THEIR MINDS. SUPER: KATHERINE WILLEMAIN/UNDECIDED 15;03:50 i'm still undecided. I want to give the other people a fair shot.
TRACK: AS THE CANDIDATES WORK HARD TO DIFFERENTIATE THEMSELVES--- ONE THING UNITES THEM. THEIR ATTACKS A WAR TIME PRE

SIDENT. SUPER: HOWARD DEAN/ DEM PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE 10:45:19 I will restore the honor, dignity and respect this country deserves by embarking on a foreign policy based on cooperation not confrontation. TRACK: FOR NOW, THE POLITICAL WINDS ARE BLOWING KERRY'S WAY. HE SAYS HE'S FOCUSING ON THE PEOPLE, NOT THE POLLS.
SUPER: SEN JOHN KERRY/DEM PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE 14:55:54 george bush thought he could play dress up on an aircraft carrier and he thought he could stand in front of a sign that says mission accomplished. but who's mission is accomplished? is your mission accomplished? STAND UP: STACY CASE/CBS NEWS
KERRY IS OUT IN FRONT, BUT NOT OUT OF THE WOODS--- AFTER TUESDAY, THIS RACE MOVES SOUTH AND WEST WHERE THE PACK IS MOR

E LIKELY TO NIP AT HIS HEELS. STACY CASE CBS NEWS BEDFORD, NH))



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Still to come on the newscast, a frigid forecast with freezing rain. Robin will be back with all the details.
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and a little later, we'll break down what's going on here. The Pope gets a special visit from some dynamic dancers.
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Tax time is approaching, and millions of Americans wait until the last minute. But experts say there are advantages to filing early.
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[take IRS BOARD 8700essFS]
First, the earlier you file, the sooner you get your money back. [wipe to IRS BOARD 8701ess FS] But, before filing, experts say make sure you have all of your information together - including W-2's, wage and earnings statements, and interest statements as well as deduction documents. Take your time so you don't rush and leave off numbers or make mathematical mistakes. [wipe to IRS BOARD 8702ess FS]
Once you have all that in place, experts say the fastest way to file and get a return, is electronically.
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((YOU CAN FILE ELECTRONICALLY. IT'S THE FASTEST, EASIEST WAY FOR TAXPAYERS TO FILE... AND IF THEY SELECT DIRECT DEPOSIT, THEY WILL HAVE THIER MONEY BACK IN LESS THAN TWO WEEKS, GENERALLY))
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[TAKE IRS BAORD 9301ess FS] If you have any questions on filing your taxes, you can call the I-R-S at 1-800-829-1040 or find a link to their website by going to our homepage at wdbj7.com... click on News 7 Saturday and Sunday Morning.
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[Health-Review]


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In health review, should kids be lifting weights? A warning on over-the-counter pain killers, and an 82 year old doctor who is definitely not slowing down.
Joy Sutton has details.
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Doctor Robert Keeley has made history more than a few times in his 50 years as a physician in the Roanoke Valley.
From his early beginnings at Jefferson Hospital --to becoming one of the founders of Community Hospital and the Jefferson Surgical Clinic.
Not to mention, 7 of his 15 of his children are in the medical field.
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((I THINK ALL OF US IN THE MEDICAL PROFESSION ARE IN IT FOR ONE REASON AND THAT'S TO HELP PEOPLE AND I'VE INFLUENCED THEM TO DO THAT THAT'S GREAT BUT I DIDN'T TRY TO INFLUENCE THEM))
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For his contributions to the Roanoke Valley Keeley is this year's recipient of the lifetime achievement award from the Roanoke Valley Academy of Medicine.
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In other medical news,
Over-dosing on over-the-counter pain killers may be easier than you realize. Pharmacist Jim Roberts there are hundreds of medications including prescriptions that have the same main ingredient.
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[IN Q=You have liver failure with too much]

((YOU HAVE LIVER FAILURE WITH TOO MUCH OF THE TYLENOL COMBINATION STUFF WITH ALCOHOL. YOU HAVE KIDNEY FAILURE IF YOU TAKE TOO MUCH ALEVE OR IBUPROFEN))
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That's why the FDA has launched a campaign to warn consumers about the potential health risks.
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How young is too young for weight training? YMCA Health and & Wellness Director Sara Chappell says it's safe for kids as young as 7 years old.
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((IT DOES NOT DAMAGE THEIR GROWTH PLATES IN ANY WAY. IN FACT, IT HELPS TO GROW BONE AND INCREASE EARLY MUSCLE MASS AND TO STIMULATE THEIR GROWTH))
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And if you're child is overweight -- Chappell says there have been several studies showing weight training can aid in
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And finally in health news, if you own a computer and have Internet access you could help find a cure for cancer by becoming part of a research grid.
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[IN Q=Basically what it does is it allows]

((BASICALLY WHAT IT DOES IS IT ALLOWS THEM TO TEST OUT VARIOUS DRUGS AGAINST THE DISEASE AND DETERMINE WHAT TYPES OF EFFECTS THEY'LL HAVE AGAINST THE DISEASE WITHOUT HAVING TO PERFORM HUMAN TESTS ))
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All you have to do is download the software from the project web site --and your computer does the rest -- testing various molecules that could be potential cancer drugs.
You can find a link to the project web site on our web page.
That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.))

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Coming up, hoops from the ODAC and the ACC, the Express loses for the second straight night, and DJ tries to get his groove back, but first tonight's extra point,
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Super Bowl 38 is now less than a week away. Both the Patriots and the Panthers arrived in Houston this afternoon.
There are only 6 more days of hype. The big game kicks off a week from tonight on Your Hometown Station at 6:25.
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We start tonight on the court at the Bast Center where Roanoke College won for the first time since January 10th by beating Virginia Wesleyan, improving to 3 and 7 in ODAC play.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Marlins vs. Maroons; :00]


Page Moir's club played with a sense of urgency today in a game that it had to have.
Jared Butler scored 13 points for the Noke. The Maroons led by as many as 13 in the first half.
Wesleyan rallied behind 19 points from David Doino including the hoop and the harm right there.
Kevin Hunter tallied 20 points for Roanoke including two big free throws that iced it.
Wesleyan had a chance to tie at the horn, but the three was off the mark.
[SUPER=33-Virginia Wesleyan/58/Roanoke/61/;]

Hunter corraled the rebound and Roanoke won it over the 24th ranked Marlins 61 to 58 ending a five game skid.
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In the ACC, Maryland ended a two game slide by coming from behind to beat Clemson on the road tonight.
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Gary Williams and the Terps fell behind by five midway thru the second half.
But point guard John Gilchrist sparked a 15-oh Maryland run. The Virginia Beach native started things off with this bank shot from long range. He finished the night with 15 points.
Maryland improved to 2 and 3 in the ACC by beating the Tigers for
[SUPER=33-Maryland/65/Clemson/52/;]

the 12th consecutive time 65 to 52. The Terps play at Wake Thursday.
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[S-Wake]


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[VO-NAT]
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Florida State pulled off its second straight upset thanks in part to Tim Pickett who scored all 18 of his points in the second half for the Seminoles who won 75-70 over Wake Forest. The Deacs have now lost four straight games for the first time since 1999.
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[S-Express]


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The Express was back on the home ice today to battle former division foe Reading. But the result was the same as last night on the road against Trenton.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Reading vs. Express; :00]


Goaltender David Belitski was looking for his 12th win of the season.
The Express took a 2-1 lead late in the first period with two quick goals, including this wrap around tally off the stick of Andrew McPherson.
Just a few minutes later, Tim O'Connell mixes it up with a couple of Royals. O'Connell got the best of the action, but did some time in the penalty box for his transgressions.
[SUPER=38-Reading/4/Roanoke/3/;]


Belitski saved 43 Royals shots for Roanoke as the Express led 3-1 only to falter in the late going. Reading came back to win 4-3 in overtime.
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[S-Jarrett]


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Last season was one to forget for Dale Jarrett on the track. The three time Daytona 500 winner one just a single race in 2003 and played musical crew chiefs for much of the season. But Mike Stevens says that DJ is out to spin a different tune this time around.
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The drought is over for Phil Mickelson. Today, Lefty won the Bob Hope Classic to end an 18 month winless streak.


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It took one extra hole as Mickelson birdied the first hole of a sudden death playoff with Skip Kendall, rolling home the three foot putt for the win. It's his 22nd victory on Tour. Kendall is still searching for his first win.
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Pope John Paul the Second took a break from his usual Sunday activities for some Polish dancers.
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Following the Pontiff's address this morning, he had a chance to see a more energetic event, meant to represent street art. In the Vatican's austere, Clementine hall, breakdancers entertained a crowd -- the Pope seemed to approve of the dancers -- raising his hand after each performance. (------------) The Pope gave a brief speech calling on the youngsters not to waste their talents.