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Coming up on News 7-
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Tornadoes roll through parts of the Midwest, leaving one person dead. A newly renovated airport in France collapses, killing at least five people. And some Iraqi men regain their spirits, after losing part of their bodies.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]

Plus, some Nascar greats visit the N-R-V. News 7 is next.

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Another deadly day in Iraq for U-S troops amid new allegations that senior military officials knew about abuses against detainees.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

[Iraq]


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Two more U-S soldiers are dead after another day of fighting in Iraq. And new allegations in the abuse scandal at Abu Ghraib prison. One of the lawyers representing an officer charged says the top U-S general in Iraq knew of the abuse, and even witnessed some of it. Brian Andrews has the latest.
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[SUPER=03-Kufa, Iraq; :12]
[SUPER=03-Fallujah, Iraq; :23]
[SUPER=01-Ahmed Chalabi/Iraqi Governing Council Member; :53]
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(((nat up of shooting)
(Location: Baghdad, Iraq)

FIGHTING FLARED IN THE SADR CITY SECTION OF BAGHDAD SUNDAY. MILITIAMEN LOYAL TO THE RADICAL SHI-ITE CLERIC MUQTQADA AL-SADR CONTINUED THEIR PUSH TO RID THE CITY OF U-S FORCES.
(Location: Kufa, Iraq)

BUT U-S TROOPS AND IRAQI SECURITY FORCES FOUND VICTORY IN ANOTHER SADR STRONGHOLD. THEY RAIDED A MOSQUE IN THE HOLY CITY OF KUFA...KILLING SEVERAL DOZEN FIGHTERS AND NETTING A LARGE STASH OF WEAPONS. (Location: Fallujah, Iraq) TO THE NORTH, NEAR FALLUJA, AT LEAST TWO U-S TROOPS WERE KILLED AND FIVE INJURED...WHEN THEIR CONVOY WAS AMBUSHED. THIS IS THE IRAQ THAT THE U-S PROMISES TO HAND OVER TO THE LOCALS IN JUST OVER A MONTH. MONDAY NIGHT, PRESIDENT BUSH WILL EXPLAIN TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IN A BROADCAST JUST HOW THAT WILL HAPPEN. ONE MAN THAT LIKELY WILL NOT HAVE A HAND IN THE TRANSFER OF POWER IS IRAQI GOVERNING COUNCIL MEMBER, AHMAD CHALABI. HE WAS ONCE A FAVORITE OF U-S DIPLOMATS, BUT NOW FACES ACCUSATIONS THAT HE PASSED ALONG U-S INTELLIGENCE TO IRAN.
(SOT: Ahmad Chalabi/Iraqi Governing Council Member)

" The charges about giving classified information to Iran by me or by any INC officer are false and nonexistent. They are charges put out by George Tenet and his CIA to discredit us." AND NOW, MORE WORRIES FOR THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION...THIS TIME OVER THE SCANDAL AT THE ABU GHRAIB PRISON. THE LAWYER FOR ONE OF THE OFFICERS FACING ABUSE CHARGES SAYS THE TOP U-S GENERAL IN IRAQ, LT. GEN RICARDO SANCHEZ KNEW OF THE ABUSE AND EVEN WITNESSED SOME OF IT.
(SOT: Brian Andrews/CBS News/Washington)

"The U-S military command denies the accusation and Sanchez says he stands by his testimony to Congress that he was unaware of the abuse scandal until allegations surfaced in January. Brian Andrews, CBS News, Washington.))

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Several tornadoes ripped through southeastern Nebraska last night causing widespread damage and leaving one person dead.
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The town of Hallam, about 25 miles south of Lincoln, was hit the hardest. Local officials say the storm destroyed several homes and businesses, downed power lines, and produced flood waters. The National Weather Service says it will take at least a day to figure out just how many tornadoes were spawned by the storm. As of Sunday morning, they had received reports of 19 touch downs.
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One man was killed in a single vehicle accident early this morning in Franklin County.
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[TAKE MAP FS] 19-year-old Matthew Frank Nichols of Glade Hill was driving on Webster's Road just after five o'clock. According to state police, Nichols ran off the road, overcorrected and ran off the road again, hitting a utility pole.
His pick-up truck then burst into flames.
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Police say Nichols was wearing his seatbelt and he was the only person in the vehicle.

Authorities believe alcohol may have been a factor.[Wireless-Numbers]


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Starting tomorrow wireless phone customers in THIS region will be able to carry their phone numbers over to any service provider. However, there are some things you need to know before switching companies.
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((SAM HAMPTON/SUNCOM: IT'S THE CARRIER THAT YOU'RE TAKING YOUR NUMBER TO RESPONSIBILITY TO PULL THAT NUMBER OVER FROM THE INCUMBENT CARRIER AND IF THAT LINE IS NOT ACTIVE WE CAN'T DO IT SO DON'T CANCEL YOUR EXISTING LINE OF SERVICE.))
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Hampton says you should also take your current wireless phone bill to your new provider. As part of "Wireless Safety Week" service providers are reminding users to drive carefully while talking on the phone.
They say it's never a good idea to use a phone when having an emotional or stressful conversation. If your phone rings while you're driving and you can't find it - let voicemail pick it up. And finally, keep calls brief. A new gadget is now on the market that's designed to keep phone users safe while driving. The wireless device fits in your ear and receives a signal from your phone while it's in your pocket.
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[Bennett]


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[****ANCHOR TAG****] It's been two years since a young Franklin County woman was found murdered in her North Carolina home. Stephanie Bennett's killer is still on the loose, but as Jennifer Wishon reports, her family has faith he will one day be brought to justice.
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((OF COURSE, THIS IS ME AND STEPHANIE WHEN SHE GRADUATED FROM ROANOKE COLLEGE.))
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Two years after Stephanie Bennett's life was cut short her family has a hard time believing she's gone.
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((MOLLIE HODGES: STEPHANIE WAS HAPPY GO LUCKY. SHE ALWAYS HAD A SMILE ON HER FACE, SHE HAD LOTS OF FRIENDS. STEPHANIE HAD LOTS AND LOTS OF FRIENDS.))
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A Franklin County High School graduate, Stephanie was voted senior with the best personality. She went on to Roanoke College where she earned a degree in business. Her job took her to Raleigh and it was inside her North Carolina apartment that police officers found the 23- year- old strangled to death. Evidence at the scene indicated Stephanie did not know her killer, but her mother wonders if she knew someone had been following her. Three weeks before her death Stephanie mentioned she needed to buy some mace.
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[IN Q=I constantly ask myself]

((I CONSTANTLY ASK MYSELF, DID SHE KNOW THEN THAT SOMEBODY WAS FOLLOWING HER. SHE HAD TO HAVE KNOWN THAT SOMEBODY WAS FOLLOWING HERE THEN AND IT JUST DIDN'T DAWN ON ME AT ME AT THE TIME.))
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Hodges is confident Raleigh police will find her daughter's killer. In the meantime she offers advice to parents everywhere.
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[IN Q=If you have children just]

((IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN JUST MAKE SURE YOU TELL THEM EVERY DAY HOW MUCH YOU LOVE THEM, HOW PROUD YOU ARE OF THEM AND DON'T EVER THINK IF CAN'T HAPPEN TO YOUR CHILD BECAUSE I NEVER DREAMED IT WOULD HAPPEN TO ME..))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: COMING UP ON JUNE 13TH THE PUBLIC WILL GET THE CHANCE TO HONOR STEPHANIE AT A GOLF TOURNAMENT AT MARINER'S LANDING. PROCEEDS FROM THE EVENT GO TOWARDS A SCHOLARSHIP IN STEPHANIE'S NAME WHICH WILL BE THEN GIVEN TO A FRANKLIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE WHO PLANS TO ATTEND ROANOKE COLLEGE IN THE FALL.))
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Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Franklin County.))
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[TAKE FS] For more information or to participate in the "Stephanie R. Bennett Memorial Golf Tournament" call 540-483-4777.
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Still ahead on the newscast, Iraqis who suffered torture under Saddam Hussein get a helping hand from American medical specialists...
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and thousands of cars sink to the bottom of the sea after two ships collide in Asia.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, the Wolves try to solve LA in Game Two. The Avs close out the homestand with a win, and the Florida State Seminoles have some fun before this week's ACC Tournament. Plus, Jimmy Spencer tangles with Sterling Marlin in Pulaski, and Tony Stewart shows up at Indy, but doesn't run a lap. We'll explain in sports.))

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Once considered a "jewel," not only for its looks, but for its safety -- Paris' *Charles de Gaulle* Airport is now the scene of a tragedy.
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Early this morning, a ceiling in one of the airports new waiting areas collapsed on passengers below -- killing at least five people. But, officials believe there is a sixth victim.
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((RENE BRUN/DIR. ROISSY-CHARLES DE GUALLES--WE HOPE IT WILL BE ONLY SIX, WE THINK SO WE ARE NOT EXACTLY SURE. ))
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Four other passengers were injured. Witnesses say they only heard a few cracking sounds and dust minutes before 100 feet of the concrete building came down. The 900 million dollar futuristic terminal stood for less than a year -- construction was delayed at least twice for safety reasons. French officials say there are two separate investigations into why the structure failed.
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[Ship-Collision]


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A ship carrying more than four-thousand South Korean and Japanese cars sank today after colliding with an oil tanker.

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The transport ship was carrying about three thousand new Hyundai and Kia vehicles, and about a thousand used cars. Port authorities said the transport ship's crew of 20 was rescued before the ship sank and there were no injuries to members of either vessel. Officials say the two ships were in radio contact with each other, and they don't know what caused the crash. No oil from the tanker leaked out of the ship.
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[Iraqi-Amputees]


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The use of our hands is something many of us take for granted.
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But that was NOT the case for seven Iraqi men who were without their right hands for the past nine years. The men were accused of illegally using U-S dollars in Iraq, and as their punishment, Saddam Hussein ordered their hands be cut off. Now the men are the subject of a documentary -- and as a reward each received new hands.
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((DAVID BATY/PROSTETHIC SPECIALIST: ONCE HE GOT HIS HAND HE SAID, YOU KNOW WHAT I'M REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO IS GOING HOME HOLDING MY SON IN MY LEFT HAND AND MY DAUGHTER IN MY RIGHT HAND AND WALKING DOWN THE STREET.))
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The operations were all performed in the U-S. One of the men joked that when he looks at his left hand he'll say, 'Made in Iraq' -- and when he looks at the right hand he'll think "Made in America.'
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A new tourism effort in Southwest Virginia hopes to bring music lovers from across the nation to the coalfields. That story still to come on News 7 at 11.
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and this policeman isn't protesting, or trying to break into this donut shop, but raise money for the Special Olympics instead.
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[Hollins-Graduation]


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More than 200-students graduated from Hollins University today - the first commencement ceremony since the death of their late president Nora Kizer Bell.
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The shade found under trees in the university's quadrangle provided welcomed relief from today's heat. Author and Hollins alumna Elizabeth Forsythe-Hailey served as commencement speaker. She reminded the crowd that the joyful occasion was shadowed by the absence of Hollin's former president.
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[IN Q=Living with loss is]

((ELIZABETH FORSYTHE HAILEY: LIVING WITH LOSS IS A LESSON YOU'VE HAD TO LEARN EARLIER THAN MOST OF YOUR COUNTERPARTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY, BUT IF YOU SENSE NORA'S PRESENCE HERE TODAY AS STRONGLY AS I DO YOU HAVE ALSO LEARNED THAT THE PEOPLE WHO ARE IMPORTANT TO YOU NEVER REALLY LEAVE YOU.))
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Nora Kizer Bell died in January of complications from pneumonia. The senior class raised more than 16- thousand dollars ... which was then matched by a 25- thousand dollar gift to the school in Bell's name. A university spokesman says more than a hundred qualified applicants have been interviewed to fill Bell's position, and a replacement could be named as early as this summer. In the meantime, Doctor Wayne Markert is serving as acting president of the university.
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[Wildwood-Park]


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A park in the New River Valley is undergoing a face- lift thanks to some dedicated residents.
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"Pathways" is a volunteer environmental organization. The 40- odd members of the group have a number of projects underway - including the revitalization of Wildwood Park.
The 50-acre wood-land park sits on the east-end of the city near Radford High School.
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[IN Q=We have now Forest]

((LAURIE BUCHWALD/PATHWAYS MEMBER: WE HAVE NOW FOREST SERVICE GRADE PATHWAYS FOR WALKING AND HIKING AS WELL AS THE MAIN RIVERWAY THAT GOES RIGHT THROUGH IT. IT'S ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS.))
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Buchwald (Buck- wald) says the group has also added handicap access to the park.
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[Music-Trail]


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Galax's Old Fiddlers Convention is just one event that has been bringing music lovers to Southwest Virginia for years, but now a new tourism effort is expected to have fans flocking there year round.
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[SUPER=03-Galax/August 2003; ]


Last week, Governor Warner signed legislation creating Virginia's Heritage Music Trail.
Dubbed "The Crooked Road," the trail will links bluegrass and country music venues in southwest Virginia.
And representatives of the Blue Ridge Institute were recently honored at the White House for their role in developing another heritage tourism project, the Blue Ridge Music Trail.
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[IN Q=The idea is]

((VAUGHN WEBB/BLUE RIDGE INSTITUTE: THE IDEA IS THAT YOU TAKE THE CULTURAL RESOURCES THAT YOU HAVE IN A REGION AND YOU DON'T SELL YOUR SOUL TO THE TOURISM INDUSTRY, YOU TAKE WHAT YOU HAVE AND YOU PACKAGE IT IN A WAY THAT APPEALS TO PEOPLE WHO ARE LOOKING FOR AMERICANA IF YOU WILL, AND AUTHENTIC AMERICANA.))
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The Blue Ridge Music trail includes 200 sites where visitors can hear authentic music from the region.

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Coming up, the T-Wolves try to get even with the Lakers, Jimmy Spencer wrecks Sterling Marlin in the New River Valley, and the Seminoles blow off some steam before the ACC baseball tourney, but first our extra point,
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[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/ESPN; :00]


Tony Stewart showed up at Indy today expecting to try to qualify a car owned by A-J Foyt for next week's Indy 500.
Stewart was just about to take the track when his agent informed him that there was a hang up regarding his stock car contract with Joe Gibbs Racing that would prevent him from competing in Foyt's car. Needless to say, Stewart did not make a qualifying attempt.
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The Minnesota Timberwolves have evened up the Western Conference Finals with the Lakers at a game apiece after thr

ashing LA tonight in Minneapolis.
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[SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN/TNT; :00]
Wally Szcerbiak did his part knocking in the long range three early in the first half for Minnesota.


Later, Wally's World kicks it ahead to Latrell Sprewell for the jam sandwich.
Spree was just getting started. Check him out
[SUPER=32-L.A. Lakers/71/Minnesota/89/;]

as he buries the short jumper. The Wolves led by 14 at the break and never looked back winning 89 to 71.
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[S-Avs]


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The Salem Avalanche finished off its long homestand by beating Potomac to take two of three in the series.
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The Avs were playing some defense, turning the nice 6-4-3 double play to work out of a jam.
It was 4-1 Salem in the 8th when Ryan Stegall went back up the middle scoring Cameron Likely and Mark
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Obradovich. The Avalanche went on to get a 6-1 win.
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[S-FSU]


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The ACC Baseball Tournament begins its second straight run in Salem later this week and most of the teams will be in town by tomorrow. Third seeded Florida State has arrived and will open up the tourney on Wednesday
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[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


against number 6 NC State. But before getting down to business on the diamond, the Seminoles headed to Thunder Valley in Salem this afternoon for some go kart racing.
Manager Mike Martin says it was a great way to forget about baseball for awhile.
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[S-Racing]


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Jon Wood won today's 25 lap Star Country Race of Champions at the Motor Mile Speedway over three Nextel Cuppers.

Mike Stevens has more from Pulaski.
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[S-Busch]


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[WIPE TO ENG!!]
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The Busch cars raced for the final time today in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, and the Goulds Pumps 200 was one to remember.
Bobby Hamilton, Jr. led 124 laps but runs into lap traffic on the final circuit and Martin Truex, Jr. got past Hamilton to take the checkered flag and his 4th win of the season.
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We finish on the links where Steve Flesch celebrated his 37th birthday in style today by winning the Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas.
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[SUPER=03-Fort Worth, TX/The Colonial; :00]


Flesch fired a final round of 3-under 67 to finish at 11-under par. That was good enough for a one shot win over Chad Campbell. He picked up his second win on Tour thanks to 4 straight rounds in the 60's.
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[Krispy-Kreme]


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They're known for having a liking for donuts, but one Washington police officer is taking his liking to a whole new level.
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[SUPER=03-Spokane, WA]

It's not certain whether Lieutenant Dean Sprague actually likes donuts, but he is using them to help out one children's organization. Sprague is spending the weekend sitting on top of the roof at the Krispy Kreme doughnut shop in the Spokane valley in an effort to collect donations for Special Olympics. Krispy Kreme will reward citizens who give to the Special Olympics fund. (------------) No word if Sprague will receive any free donuts.