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Coming up on News 7-
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Gas now averages 2 bucks a gallon nationwide-
How that's affecting the cars local people are buying.
Just what foods contain trans fats and why are they so bad for you?
Plus a cello worth millions is stolen- The story ending may be music to your ears.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 at Eleven is next.

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[VO-NAT]


An area murder case ends with a plea agreement. But it may not be enough to heal a family torn apart by the deadly shooting.
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[Goins]


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He's apoligized for what he's done , but one family says it will never make up for their loss.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Fincastle]

Today, 48-year-old Milon (my-lan) Rube Goins pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of second degree murder in the August 2003 death of David Bowman. The men were cousins and witnesses say in the moments leading up to the shooting everyone was joking around.
The family has been torn apart by the murder.
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[SOT@9:23:50:02]
[IN Q=I'm just very...]

((BARBARA FALLIN, GOINS' SISTER: I'M JUST VERY MUCH SORRY THIS IS ALL HAPPENING. WE ALL ARE. AND I KNOW MY BROTHER IS VERY MUCH SORRY FOR WHAT HAPPENED.))
[SUPER=01-Barbara Fallin/Goins' Sister]
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[OUT Q=... for what happened.]
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[VO-NAT]

The Judge will sentence Goins on August 24th, nearly a year after the murder. He could face as many as 43-years in prison for his crimes.
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[National-Gas]


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As gas prices hit new highs, Democrats are hitting President Bush with calls to do something about it.
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[VO-NAT]


The energy department now reports the national average is over two-dollars a gallon...
in some parts of the country it's even higher
Democrats are now calling on the President to tap into the nation's strategic petroleum reserve, but the administration says it should only be opened in the event of a national emergency.
Some analysts say it wouldn't make a difference, because the current run-up is more about psychology than supply and demand.
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[IN Q=If we have]

((FADEL GHEIT/OPPENHEIMER & COMPANY; IF WE HAVE ANOTHER BOMB OR TWO IN SAUDI ARABIA OR KUWAIT OR IRAQ, WE CAN SEE CRUDE OIL PRICES MOVING HIGHER. AND THAT IS NOT BECAUSE DEMAND INCREASED, IT'S BECAUSE THE FEAR PREMIUM INCREASED.))
[SUPER=01-Fadel Gheit/Oppenheimer & Company]
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[OUT Q=fear premium increased.]
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[Gas-Prices]


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[ENG#=1]

Here in Virginia, Triple-A says gas prices rose another 2-cents over night, to an average of a dollar-89 per gallon.

The average for the Roanoke area is slightly lower. Myranda Stephens has more on how that's affecting what vehicles you drive.
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[SUPER=01-James Graham/Duncan Finance Director; :47]
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(([NATS OF LARA PULLING UP @ 1:59:25] [RUNS05] Lara Bingeman calls her Ford Expedition a gas-guzzler -- which is why she's getting rid of it.
[SOT 1:58:16]

[RUNS09] ((LARA BINGEMAN/TRADING IN SUV: MY HUSBAND AND I DROVE TO ATLANTA THIS PAST WEEKEND AND IT TOOK US 150 DOLLARS IN GAS TO GET THERE AND BACK, SO WE'RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING A LITTLE MORE ECONOMICAL 25)) But, while Lara's scaling back her ride, she's not totally going S-U-V free.
[SOT 1:58:42]

[RUNS09] ((WE'RE ACTUALLY GOING FROM AN EXPEDITION TO AN EXPLORER -- SOMETHING THAT'LL GET A LITTLE MORE MILEAGE AND SOMETHING THAT'S GOING TO DO BETTER THAN THE GAS PRICES THAN WHAT THEY ARE NOW 51)) And Lara doesn't appear to be alone. [NATS OF JAMES @ 1:45:56 OR BETTER!!!!]
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James Graham of Duncan Mitsubishi in Salem says sales for his SMALLER S-U-Vs have actually gone up.
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[RUNS11] ((WE'VE HAD A VERY GOOD MONTH SO FAR, AND WE ATTRIBUTE THAT TO OUR SMALLER SUV SALES, BUT IT LOOKS LIKE AMERICA'S NOT GONE GIVE UP ON THEIR SUV'S RIGHT NOW, REGARDLESS WHAT GAS PRICES ARE 14)) At the same time, many car dealers do fear that as gas prices continue to soar, that sales for even the SMALLER S-U-Vs could eventually take a hit.
Possibly forcing people like Lara, to make yet another trip to the lot --- for something even smaller.

There are emails circulating around the Internet encouraging people to not buy any gas tomorrow. Whether that will make a difference, is yet to be seen. Myranda Stephens, News 7, Roanoke.))


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The company that supplies frozen french fries to McDonalds and other fast food chains is removing trans fats from the fries.
Now one consumer watchdog group is calling for a ban on trans fats from all foods.
Christy Feig takes a look at what trans fats are, what foods they're in and why they're so bad for you.
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[SUPER=01-Claudia Morrison/Dietician; :29]
[SUPER=01-Michael Jacobsen/Center for Science in the Public Interest; :40]
[SUPER=01-Christy Fieg/Reporting; 1:13]
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((YOU'VE HEARD OF SATURATED FATS AND UNSATURATED FATS.... BUT WHAT ABOUT SOMETHING CALLED TRANS FATS. I don't really know what trans fats are MOST PEOPLE DON'T. THEY CAN BE AS DANGEROUS AS SATURATED FATS, PUSHING UP YOUR "BAD" CHOLESTEROL, REDUCING YOUR "GOOD" CHOLESTEROL, AND THEY'RE NOT USUALLY LISTED ON THE NUTRITION LABELS. BUT IF YOU SEE THE WORDS "PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED VEGETABLE OILS" IN THE LIST OF INGREDIENTS... THAT MEANS TRANS FATS. Claudia Morrison/dietician: They do lead to clogging of your arteries, clogging of your blood vessels which can lead to heart disease AND THAT'S WHY THE CENTER FOR SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST IS CALLING ON THE FDA TO BAN TRANS FATS. Michael Jacobsen/Center for Science in the Public Interest: It appears that removing partially hydrogenated oil from the food supply would save upwards of 11-thousand to 30-thousand lives per year. TRANS FATS ARE MOST OFTEN FOUND IN PROCESSED FOODS AND BAKED GOODS LIKE COOKIES, CAKES, CHIPS, AND CRACKERS. SOME LABELS SAY TRANS FAT FREE BUT LIST PARTIALLY HYDROGNATED VEGETABLE OILS AMONG THE INGREDIENTS. THAT'S BECAUSE IF THERE IS LESS THAN 0.5 GRAMS OF TRANS FAT IN EACH SERVING, THE FDA ALLOWS A PRODUCT TO BE LISTED AS TRANS FAT FREE.
CHRISTY FEIG/REPORTING: The national food processors association says banning trans fats isn't the answer... it cites nutrition experts who say people should eat a diet low in trans fats, not eliminate them. THE FDA SAYS IT WILL REVIEW THE CSPI PETITION... FOR NOW IT IS REQUIRING ALL COMPANIES TO LABEL THE AMOUNT OF TRANS FATS IN FOOD BY 2006. IN WASHINGTON I'M CHRISTY FEIG ))

[Monty-Budget]


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Montgomery County teachers appear to be in line for their largest pay increase in several years.
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[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.]


Now that the state budget numbers are in, the county has learned it is getting two-point-six million dollars more than expected for its schools.
Local leaders say extra funds will help the board fund a 7 percent increase in salaries.
That compares to raises of about 2 percent over the last two years.
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[B'burg-Sewer]


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Just because Blacksburg's pulled the plug on a controversial sewer project, it doesn't mean the issue's going away.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

Mayor Roger Hedgepeth says another engineering study needs to be done. The council just canceled a project that would have brought a 12 mile line to Toms Creek after candidates against the project were voted into office in the May election.
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[SOT: 57:58:00 ]
[IN Q=This does not]

((ROGER HEDGEPETH:THIS DOES NOT NEGATE THE FACT THAT THE GRAVITY SEWER IS STILL NEEDED, VERY MUCH NEEDED AND HOPEFULLY WE CAN DO ANOTHER STUDY BY A REPUTABLE OUTSIDE ENGINEERING FIRM WITH A NATIONAL REPUTATION.))
[SUPER=01-Roger Hedgepeth/Blacksburg Mayor;]
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[OUT Q=national reputation.]
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Hedgepeth wants the firm to study the entire drainage area, including Montgomery County. He says it should help decide once and for all where to put a sewer line and what type of system should be used.
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[F15-Crash]


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It's a miracle no one was injured in the crash of an F-15 fighter jet in Franklin County earlier this month.
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[VO-NAT :19]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]

That's according to the owners of the Callaway property where the Air Force plane smashed into the ground. Robert and Julie Paulitzky were home at the time.
[SUPER=04-May 6;]

The 2-man crew was on a low altitude mission when both ejected and left the jet to fall where it may. Even investigators were amazed everyone escaped injury.
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[SOT 46:58 - 47:12]
[IN Q=The police officer said the pilot said...]

((ROBERT PAULITZKY/HOMEOWNER: THE POLICE OFFICER SAID THE PILOT SAID, "THOSE ARE CHRISTIANS, AREN'T THEY?" THE AIR FORCE ALSO SAID, YOU KNOW, IT WAS A MIRACLE.))
[SUPER=01-Robert Paulitzky/Homeowner; :00]
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[OUT Q=IT WAS A MIRACLE.]
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[VO-NAT :08]

Air Force investigators have left the property. The Paulitzkys say the EPA will be out next to check the ground for contamination.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Remembering the fussy side of the Odd Couple.
Still ahead on News 7, we'll remember the life of actor Tony Randall.
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[VO-NAT]


And the commission investigating the 9-11 attacks grills New York officials and blasts the city's communications system.
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[Sports-Preview]


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[OUT Q=...THE BIG 7"]
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(( Hey, folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as Randy Johnson make big league history tossing a perfect game tonight. Winston-Salem wasn't perfect tonight and the Avs make the Hogs pay. Plus, UVa brings out the big guns for its function in Salem tonight. Right here on the Big 7.))
[9-11]

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Some members of the 9-11 Commission today issued scathing criticism of New York City's police and emergency response system.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]

Commission panelist John Lehman said the communication systems in place on that day were dysfunctional and not worthy of the boy scouts, let alone New York city.
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((JOHN LEHMAN/9-11 COMMISSION I THINK THAT THAT COMMANDING CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS OF THIS CITIES PUBLIC SERVICE IS A SCANDAL.))
[SUPER=01-John Lehman/9-11 Commission;]
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[OUT Q=service is a scandal]
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[VO-NAT]

The former New York fire Commissioner Thomas Von Essen disagreed with Lehman's assessment.
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[IN Q=I thought it was despicable;]

((THOMAS VON ESSEN/FORMER FDNY COMMISSIONER I THOUGHT IT WAS DESPICABLE TO REFER TO SOME OF THE PROBLEMS WE HAD THAT DAY AS SCANDALOUS.))
[SUPER=01-Thomas Von Essen/Former FDNY Commissioner;]
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[OUT Q=that day as scandalous;]
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[VO-NAT]

Other 9-11 panelists are more sympathetic to the police and fire officials. One commissioner says that many of the communication problems on September 11 stemmed from the sheer magnitude of the emergency.
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[Mower-Folo]


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A Botetourt daycare provider is relinquishing her license to watch children. This, after four-year-old Justin Simmons died in her care.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Daleville/April]

Justin was at the home of Roberta and Orville Reedy in April when he was accidentally run over by a riding lawn mower.
Social Services went to inspect the site five-days after the boy's death, and found the toddler wasn't being "closely supervised" at the time of the accident. According to the violation notice- children must be watched so that the caregiver knows what the kids are doing at ALL times and can promptly assist or re- direct activities when necessary. The Reedys say they have disposed of the mower and will never mow their grass again.
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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

[Fatal-Fire;]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./Last Week;]

A faulty electrical wire is being blamed for last week's fatal fire in Montgomery County. 61 year old Barbara Jean Gray died in the fire from smoke inhalation. It happened around midnight last Wednesday at her home on 569 Friendship Road, about five miles from Shawsville.
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[Trollinger]


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The City of Martinsville is looking for a new school superintendent.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville/File Tape]


Ira Trollinger today announced he will resign effective July first.
He's leaving to take a similar job in McDowell County North Carolina.
Trollinger has been Martinsville's school superintendent for eight years.
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The school board will soon begin the task of finding a replacement.
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[WRITER=dse]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[SS=None]
[ENG#=V10]


Still ahead on News 7, a thief takes off with a car and a baby in the back seat.
We'll show you how it turned out.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus why a cello worth millions almost became a c-d case when News 7 returns.
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[Commercial]

[Randall-Obit]


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He is probably best known as his role as Fussy Felix Unger on the "Odd Couple" TV series.
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[VO-NAT]


Veteran Actor Tony Randall has died.
Randall's career spanned six decades and included roles on stage, screen and in radio and television.
But to millions he will always be known as Felix Unger- the neat half of the odd couple.
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((CAN TWO DIVORCED MEN SHARE AN APARTMENT WITHOUT DRIVING THE OTHER CRAZY??))
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[OUT Q=THE OTHER CRAZY?]
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Randall says the chemistry with Jack Klugman worked.
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((TONY RANDALL/ACTOR/FILE TAPE; THAT CAN'T BE PLANNED ON. EITHER THAT HAPPENS OR IT DOESN'T))
[SUPER=10-Tony Randall/Actor/File Tape;]
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[OUT Q=or doesn't ]
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[Vo-nat]
Randall married actress Heather Harlin in 1995- three years after the death of his wife of 54 years. The pair have two children together.
According to Randall nothing in life equals being a parent.
Randall also carries a unique record.. the most appearances on the "Late show with David Letterman:" 70 in all.
Randall died in his sleep last night after a long illness. He was 84 years old.
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[Baby-Car]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
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A mother's worst nightmare comes true- as her car is stolen from the driveway with her infant in the back seat.


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Brockton, MA;]

Police say the teenage mother strapped the infant in the back seat of the running car. She then returned to the house, briefly leaving the child unattended. The stolen car was found about an hour-and-a-half later. Police say the baby was still strapped inside and appeared to be unharmed.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=sound asleep. Completely oblivious;]

((EDWARD ABDELNOUR/BROCKTON POLICE DEPT.; SOUND ASLEEP. COMPLETELY OBLIVIOUS TO WHAT WAS GOING ON WHICH WAS FANTASTIC.))
[SUPER=01-Edward Abdelnour/Brockton, MA Police Dept.]
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[OUT Q=which was fantastic;]
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[VO-NAT]

An amber alert activation was being processed when the child was located.
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[S-Extra]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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UVa continues its invasion of southwest Virginia tonight. The UVa baseball team wins its 41st game of the season. Plus, the Avs pick up a victory. But first your Extra Point from the big leagues -
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/TBS; :00]

History was made tonight in Atlanta as the Big Unit Randy Johnson pitched a perfect game at the age of 40 against the Atlanta Braves. Johnson is now the oldest player in baseball history to toss a perfect game. He struck out 17 Braves, but almost lost his bid on the final out of the 6th inning - watch the bang-bang play at first to get fellow pitcher Mike Hampton - who went the distance but fell to 0-and-5 on Johnson's perfect night.
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[S-Gillen]


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The Virginia Athletics Foundation hosted a fundraiser at the Salem Civic Center tonight.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Uva head men's basketball coach Pete Gillen joined football coach Al Groh as featured speakers along with UVa women's soccer coach Steve Swanson. Gillen spoke about the new arena, his recruiting class and the loss of his second coaching staff member. Scott Shepherd resigned today. Shepherd spent the last five years on Gillen's staff.
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[OUT Q=...higher than that"]
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Groh touched on this past season, his 2005 recruiting class and the fact he was happy to see so much orange 45 minutes from Blacksburg.
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[SUPER=01-Al Groh/UVa Head Football Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=..what we are trying to do"]
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[S-UVA]


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[GRAPHIC=Liberty university]
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Liberty University's baseball team welcomed the Cavaliers to Worthington Stadium in Lynchburg today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :00]


The Cavaliers entered the game the seventh ranked team in the country and would get all they could handle from the Flames.
In the top of the first inning the Wahoos Mark Reynolds crushed a solo home run to left field to put UVa out in front.
The Flames answered power with power as Jeremiah Boles connects on a lead off homer to right field to knot the game at 1 all.
[SUPER=34-Virginia/6/Liberty/4;]Virginia's lead expanded to 5-1 in the top of the fourth. Scott Headd brings in Matt

Dunn on a single up the middle.
Liberty rallied for three runs but former Cave Spring star Tom Hagan put the game away in the ninth with a single that plates a run, UVa wins 6-4 and improves to 41 and 11.
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[S-Avs]


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The Salem Avalanche played game two of its current four game series with the Winston-Salem Warthogs tonight.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Warthogs vs. Avalanche; :00]

After blowing a lead in the ninth yesterday - the Avs jumped on top early tonight and held. Luke Scott, who was in the running for the Carolina League homerun title before being called up last year - ripped this one out of the yard tonight in the first inning.
[super=37-Winston-Salem/1/Salem/3;]

Salem is able to pick up the 3-to-1 win. The two teams play tomorrow night at 7.
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[S-Coaches]


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[ENG#=4]

Frank Beamer has been quiet concerning the convictions of three of his players last week - with the exception of a few words.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

While Marcus Vick, and Mike Imoh were discussing their appeals with attorneys. Beamer spent part of this past weekend in Richmond - where he briefly addressed the current situation of the players.
He also talked about the "different climate" that is plaguing programs in this state and throughout the nation.
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[IN Q=WELL, I THINK...]
[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/18th Season at Virginia Tech; :00]
[RUNS=:21]
[OUT Q=...THE WHOLE THING IS OVER."]
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[VO-NAT CON'T]

On his way out of the media room - Beamer bumped into a coach with his own worries. Joe Gibbs watched his two Cup teams race Saturday night - a rare break from his renewed position as head coach of the Redskins.
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[IN Q=FOR ME...]
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[OUT Q=...do things there."]
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[S-Dazzle]


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The Roanoke Dazzle is excited about the new location for its third annual summer basketball camp the first two weeks of August. The camp is moving onto the Roanoke Civic Center floor.
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[OUT Q=...during our season."]
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

The camp has grown from a modest number of less than 40 campers its first season to nearly 150 last year. The camps are open to boys and girls ages 7-15. The interesting thing about "Camp Dazzle" is that it runs from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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[Cello]


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A man leaves accidentally leaves a 3 and half million cello on his front step- The cello is stolen-
But tonight it's back.
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[SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA;]


The instrument is one of 60 stradavarius cellos in the world-
An LA philharmonic cellist accidentally left the 300 year old cello on his front steps.
Surveillance video shows a man on a bicycle stealing it.
Turns out a woman ended up finding the cello near a dumpster and took it home
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((DON HRYCYK/L. A. POLICE DEPARTMENT; SHE ASKED THE BOYFRIEND TO LOOK AT IT AND SEE IF HE COULD REPAIR THE CELLO. IF NOT SHE WANTED HIM TO PUT A HINGE ON IT AND TURN IT INTO A CASE TO STORE CD'S))
[SUPER=01-Don Hrycyk/L. A. Police Department;]
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[OUT Q=to store CD's.]
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The cello is damaged but it can be restored. The cellist says he's enormously relieved.
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