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Coming up on News 7-
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The line has been non stop all night- mourners pay their respects to Ronald Reagan.
Was alcohol a problem at Festival in the Park? We'll have a report.
And a new golf course opens- some call it one of the best in the state.
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Plus J-Lo marries yet again.
News 7 at Eleven is next.

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A state police cruiser and a car collide.
A trooper and the driver of the other vehicle are both in the hospital tonight.
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The accident happened just after 5 o-clock tonight in Henry County.
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State police say trooper A-J Hairston was responding to a call-- headed west on Route 57-- when a car pulled out from Mount Olivet Road.
The two vehicles collided nearly head on.
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((SGT. TOM FOSTER/STATE POLICE; THE STATE POLICE CAR CAUGHT FIRE. THE TROOPER WAS TRAPPED INSIDE AND WAS PULLED OUT BY ANOTHER MOTORIST THAT STOPPED.))
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The driver of the other car-- 35 year old Lisa Cobbler Johnson of Martinsville-- was cut out of her Dodge Intrepid by rescue crews and flown to Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem North Carolina.
She's in critical condition tonight.
Trooper Hairston was eventually flown to Roanoke Memorial Hospital where he's listed in good condition.
Authorities say Hairston's emergency equipment was activated at the time of the accident and that he's a veteran of many years.
State police will reconstruct the accident tomorrow.
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[Festival-Alcohol]


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Roanoke's Festival in the Park says one thing, a local church group says quite another.
So what's the real story when it comes to alleged alcohol problems at the festival? [***FESTIVAL BEER GRAPHIC IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /BAM;]


Justin McLeod is here now with some insight. Justin, what did you find?
Jean, organizers say there were a lot of people but very few problems.
[LIVE= Justin /FULL BAM]
[SUPER=@justin1]


We also heard that from Roanoke Police but we wanted to check it out for ourselves.
So we took our cameras to the last night of the festival to see whether alcohol was a problem.
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((((NAT SOUND OF THE BAND PLAYING))
When we arrived we found plenty of people having a good time, young and old.
Some were drinking but were they drunk?
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[IN Q=Not really I think]

((MARY PRYOR/ROANOKE RESIDENT: NOT REALLY I THINK THEY ARE HANDLING IT PRETTY GOOD.)) ((CASEY MORGAN/ROANOKE RESIDENT: NO, NOT AT ALL. EVERYTHING LOOKS VERY IN CONTROL.)) [Runs05]
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Control is the key word.
When a festival event takes place at Elmwood Park, you can only drink alcohol in an enclosed beer garden.
You have to first show an ID and then get a bracelet.
Workers mark off each time you buy a beer and you're limited to six.
Paid security staff then keeps an eye on the drinking crowd.
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[IN Q=These people are trained]

((STU ISRAEL/FESTIVAL IN THE PARK DIRECTOR: THESE PEOPLE ARE TRAINED TO RECOGNIZE AND LOOK FOR PROBLEMS AND ANY PROBLEMS THAT OCCURRED WERE TAKEN CARE OF.)) [Runs04]
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We saw that first hand. (SHOTS OF POLICE OFFICERS)
During a two hour period, our cameras were rolling inside the beer garden, as well as outside, front and back.
We filmed two out of three incidents.
Police say one was a vagrant who was drunk.
The other involved a man inside the beer garden passing his drink to someone outside the beer garden.
They were asked to leave the park and were not arrested.
Since we only shot one night we contacted Roanoke Police and found there were five drunk arrests for the entire two week festival, all but one were vagrants.
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((STU ISRAEL/FESTIVAL IN THE PARK DIRECTOR: I THINK OUR RECORD SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.)) [Runs02]
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A record that's been questioned by the Concerned Christians of the Roanoke Valley.
The group unsuccessfully requested the ABC board deny the festival's license.
When they lost, members promised to keep eye on drinkers and servers at this year's festival.
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[IN Q=I would be interested]

((STU ISRAEL/FESTIVAL IN THE PARK DIRECTOR: I WOULD BE INTERESTED TO HEAR ANY PROBLEMS THEY SAY THAT WE HAD.)) [Runs03]
[OUT Q=SAY THAT WE HAD]))
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We wanted to hear as well.
We contacted the group on Friday and a member agreed to do an interview with us today but he did NOT return any of our repeated phone calls when we tried to set it up.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /BAM;]


Jean, that one arrest we mentioned was at Victory Stadium where people could drink alcohol in the crowd.

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The man once charged in the 1996 slayings of a lesbian couple in the Shenandoah National Park is in trouble with the law again.
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/April 25, 2002]


Darrell David Rice was indicted for the 1996 abduction of a 38 year old woman in Prince William County.
He is already serving time for an attempted abduction of a bicyclist in Shenandoah National Park in 1997.
In February, a federal judge dropped the Shenandoah Park murder charges after DNA evidence cast doubt on the case.

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Wythe County investigators searched the high school lockers of two ninth graders accused of murder. 14 year old Nakisha Waddell is charged
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with first- degree murder in the stabbing death of her mother, 42 year old Vaughne Thomas.
[SUPER=03-Wythe Co./Last Week;]

15 year old Anastasia Belcher also faces a first-degree murder charge for the crime. Thomas was found buried in the backyard of her home in Max Meadows. According to a search warrant returned, investigators took two pieces of notebook paper with some writing on them and two type-written pages of song lyrics from Anastasia Belcher's locker at Fort Chiswell High School. The warrant indicates police were searching for evidence that the teenagers planned the murder.
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[Reagan]


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Americans are coming out tonight to pay their final respects to former President Ronald Reagan.
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This is a live picture from Simi Valley California where people have been filing through all evening.
Officials expect 60 thousand people will pass the coffin by tomorrow evening.
The casket, closed and covered with the Ameircan flag is on public view at the Reagan Presidential Library in California.
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As Drew Levinson reports, the 30 hours of public visitation will end tomorrow night- and Reagans body will be flown to Washington D-C on Wednesday.
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((THEY CAME TO MOURN...TO PRAY...AND TO SALUTE RONALD REAGAN. THROUGHOUT THE EVENING, THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE POURED OUT OF SHUTTLE BUSES ... AND STREAMED INTO THE RONALD REAGAN PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY TO PAY THEIR RESPECTS. THE PUBLIC VIEWING HAS ADDED MEANING FOR CALIFORNIANS. MR. REAGAN WAS NOT ONLY ONCE THEIR PRESIDENT -- BUT ALSO FROM 1967 TO 1975 HE WAS THEIR GOVERNOR. MOURNER/NO NAME GIVEN: I come by to say goodbye. He was a great president. DREW LEVINSON/CBS NEWS: MR REAGAN'S BODY WILL LIE IN REPOSE HERE AT THE LIBRARY UNTIL WEDNESDAY.THE COFFIN WILL THEN BE FLOWN TO WASHINGTON FOR CEREMONIES THERE... BEFORE RETURNING HERE FOR BURIAL. THE FIRST STAGE OF THIS WEEK-LONG REMEMBRANCE BEGAN AT A FUNERAL HOME IN SANTA MONICA. NANCY REAGAN AND HER FAMILY ESCORTED THE FLAG-DRAPED CASKET FROM THE MORTUARY TO THE HILLTOP LIBRARY 40 MILES AWAY. EIGHT SERVICEMEN CARRIED THE COFFIN INTO THE ROTUNDA.....FOLLOWED BY A BRIEF SERVICE. Rev. Michael Wenning/Retired Pastor, Bel Air Presbyterian Church: I couldn't help but think of the love and the outpouring that has begun in the nation for a great president, a great world leader, and a faithful servant of almighty God.

AND IN POIGNANT MOMENT, NANCY REAGAN SAID FAREWELL TO HER HUSBAND..AS THE NATION NOW SAYS FAREWELL TO ITS 40TH PRESIDENT. DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, SIMI VALLEY.))


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Visitors to a Virginia Park are creating a monumental tribute to America's 40th president.
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At President's Park in Williamsburg, mourners are leaving flowers, flags and jelly beans at the 18 foot bust of Ronald Reagan.
Visitors can also watch videos of his life and Presidency- and write their condolences in a book that will eventually be sent to former First Lady Nancy Reagan.
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[IN Q=I LIVED DURING THE TIME]

((KEN LAWSON: I LIVED DURING THE TIME WHEN HE WAS A GREAT LEADER AND I REALIZED THAT HIS LEGACY NEEDS TO BE REMEMBERED SO WE WERE REMEMBERING IT TODAY. FLORENCE ARENA: I LOVED HIM. I THOUGHT HE WAS GREAT. ANN HAAS-WUEST: I THINK THIS IS GOOD. I'M NOT A REAL POLITICAL PERSON BUT I THINK WE HAVE TO ADMIRE THE MAN TO TAKE A STAND TO BECOME THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.))
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President's Park is offering free admission to anyone wishing to lay flowers at President Reagan's monument.
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Al-Qaeda says it's going after airlines.
More on this new threat when News 7 returns.
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And he drove a fast car in Knight Rider.
Now David Hasslehoff may be in trouble driving under the influence.
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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as the Avs come home just long enough to do their laundry and play Frederick. Tyler Lumsden lives his dream and becomes a first round draft pick. The Stanley Cup is decided tonight in Tampa. And we'll remember Ronald Reagan - Redskins' style. Tonight on the Big 7.))
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Another threat from Al Qaeda- this time warning of attacks on a Western airline.
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The statement reportedly came in a website message from al Qaeda militants in Saudi Arabia.
It warned of new attacks on U-S and Western compounds, bases and means of transport, especially Western and American airlines.
It also asked Muslims to keep away from Americans to avoid falling victim to an attack.
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[Doltz]


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A roadside bomb in Iraq has taken the life of a Virginia Military Institute graduate.
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Ryan Doltz was one of four soldiers in a New Jersey National Guard unit killed on Saturday.
He was assigned to the 112th Field Artillery.
[SUPER=03-Lexington/July 1998]

While a cadet at V-M-I, Doltz starred in a television commercial for Norelco. Executive Assistant to the Superintendent Mike Strickler says Doltz and three others who played principal parts in the T-V spot each reaped about 30-thousand dollars in residuals.
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His hometown was devastated by news of Ryan's death.
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Doltz served as an E-M-T in Mine Hill right up until his Guard unit was mobilized in April. He first become certified as an Emergency Medical Technician while still a cadet at V-M-I. Ryan Doltz was 26.
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Tuition and fee increases are coming to Virginia Tech.
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The new budget includes a nearly 15-percent tuition increase for next Fall. It's the fourth time the university has raised student costs in the two years since lawmakers lifted a tuition freeze.
Officials say the money will help pay for 80 new professors. The University lost more than 150 positions in budget cuts two years ago and was already short 200 when the cuts happened.
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((MARK MCNAMEE: OUR GOAL IS OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS TO REBUILD FACULTY CAPACITY 30 SOME OF THESE RECRUITS ARE ALREADY UNDER WAY, THEY'LL START IN THE FALL AND OUR GOAL IS TO CONTINUE TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION.))
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Faculty and staff will also see fatter wallets this year. The university approved a 3-percent pay increase.
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[Amherst-Golf]


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Amherst County officials are "teed off" about the area's newest development.. in a good way.
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County leaders and golf enthusiasts gathered today to celebrate the official opening of the Poplar Grove golf course.
The 18-hole course was the last design of the late Sam Snead and it's already being called one of the best in the state.
Officials say having a championship-caliber course helps attract new industry to the area.
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[SOT 11:55:25]
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((DENNIS JARVIS/AMHERST CO. ECON. DEVELOPMENT: MAYBE IF THERE'S AN EXPANSION THAT'S GOING TO GO ON IN ANOTHER COMMUNITY, THIS IS THE ONE ASSET THAT'S NEEDED, WITH THE AIRPORT AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION AND THINGS, OTHER AMENITIES, THAT THIS MIGHT BE THE ONE THING THAT WOULD ATTRACT NEW INVESTMENT IN THE COMMUNITY FROM EXISTING BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIES.))
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The Virginia State Golf Association says the course should start hosting tournaments within a year.
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It may kill two diseases with one pill.
The latest research involving cholesterol drugs and cancer when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


And is this the heart of a king?
Why DNA testing is ending a long-running dispute.
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[Cancer-Statins]


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Just weeks ago we found out that taking an aspirin a day for heart health may also protect you from breast cancer.

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Now a new study has found that another drug, taken to lower cholesterol and prevent heart attacks, may reduce the risk of colon cancer by fifty per cent. Statins are already among the world's most commonly used medications.
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[IN Q=the more we learn about;]

((DR. MICHAEL SCHLOSS/NYU LIPID TREATMENT CENTER THE MORE WE LEARN ABOUT STATINS THE MORE WE REALIZE THEY HAVE PROFOUND EFFECTS ON CERTAIN SYSTEMS.))
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Experts aren't certain how statins prevent cancer, but one theory suggests that the drugs effect a pathway of genes active in cancerous colons. Though the idea that taking a pill could dramatically reduce the occurence of cancer is intriguing, scientists admit years of study would be needed to make a definitive connection.
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[Hasselhoff]


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The Actor known for his starring role on Baywatch has been arrested- for suspiscion of driving while intoxicated.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


A police spokeswoman says David Hasselhoff was stopped Saturday night in Southern California.
It was 2 years ago that Hasselhoff checked himself into the Betty Ford Center for the treatment of alcoholism.
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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

[Lopez]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


J-Lo has reportedly tied the knot- not to Ben Affleck, but to singer Marc Anthony.
The wedding was reportedly held at Jennifer Lopez's home in Los Angeles over the weekend.
Anthony recently divorced former Miss Universe, Dayanara Torres.
The wedding comes five months since Lopez's much publicized breakup with Affleck.
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The Salem Avalanche return home after two weeks on the road. Tyler Lumsden is headed to the southside of Chicago after being snagged by the Chisox. Plus, game seven of the Stanley Cup finals. But first tonight's Extra Point -
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[SUPER=03-Denver, CO/MLB-Fox; :00]

The San Francisco Giants doubled up the Colorado Rockies tonight out in Denver. Pedro Feliz - the man who hits behind Barry Bonds - delivered in a big way as he smacked two homeruns. Feliz now has 11 homers this season -compared to 16 for Bonds. Now the scores.
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After fourteen days on the road, the Avalanche returned to Salem tonight to take on the Frederick Keys. The Avs were coming off two wins over Wilmington and hoped to stay above the five hundred mark in this three game series with the worst team in the league.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Keys vs. Avalanche; :00]

The North Roanoke Tee-ball Cubs came out to welcome the Avalanche home as part of the Avs' popular Field of Dreams program. Salem first baseman Mark Saccomanno put Salem on the board early with a two run homer over the left-field fence in the first, sending short stop Wade Robinson across the plate. It's 2-to-nothing Avalanche. On to the bottom of the second. Catcher Mark Obradovich hits an opposite field RBI single, and second baseman Pat Peavey runs home for the score. Robinson is back up to bat. He hits a fielder's choice to
[SUPER=37-Frederick/4/Salem/5;]

second base, allowing left fielder Ryan Kochen to make it home. But Robinson is thrown out at first. Salem goes on to beat the Keys, 5-to-4.
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[talent=mike]
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Salem is back home tomorrow and Wednesday nights hosting the Keys. If you don't catch them on one of those two days - you'll have to wait until next Tuesday.

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Clemson star and Roanoke native Tyler Lumsden realized his dream of being a first round draft pick this afternoon. The hard throwing lefty was a supplemental first round selection selected with the 34th overall pick by the Chicago White Sox.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./2000; :00]

Lumsden was drafted right out of high school by the Marlins in the fifth round, but surprised a lot of folks when he turned down a half a million dollars and headed to college. But the move appears to have paid off.
[super=04-2004 ACC Tournament;]

Lumsden has matured as a pitcher and a person in the past three years and now the southpaw is set to sign a contract that could set him for life. The six foot four inch 205 pounder credits his work in the weight room and the work he's done on his mind in the past year as reasons for making it to professional baseball.
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[OUT Q=....STRONG IN ALL CATEGORIES."]
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Also, taken in the first round today was ODU pitcher Justin Verlander by the Tigers - with the second overall pick in the draft. William & Mary's William Bray was taken in the first by the Expos with the 13th selection. Justin Orenduff of VCU was taken 33rd overall by the Dodgers.
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Two Uva players were taken. Pitcher Andrew Dobies to the Red Sox in the third round, while ACC player of the Joe Koshansky went to the Rockies in round six.
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One Tech players was picked in round 12. Jeffrey Landing went ot the Mets.
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And one Liberty University player was selected - Jason Jones by the Yankees in the 4th round

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The first pick in the draft went to San Diego and it turned out that the Padres didn't have to go far to get him.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-San Diego, CA; ;00]

High school shortstop Matt Bush - from California's Mission Bay High pitches and mainly plays short. He is the first high school shortstop to be selected as the top pick since Alex Rodriguez was number one in 1993.
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The Stanley Cup was awarded tonight to the Tampa Bay Lightning and head coach John Tortorella. 18 years ago - Torty was working for Henry Brabham at the Lancerlot and celebrating the 1986-87 Atlantic Coast Hockey League Championship with the Virginia Lancers.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Tampa, FL/ABC Sports; :00]

Tonight - the unthinkable - an NHL title in the sunshine state. The Lightning got two goals from Ruslan Fedotenko - one in the opening period and another in the second, and then held on behind the goal tending of Nikolai (HAB-EE-BOO-LIN).
[super=31-Calgary/1/Tampa Bay/2/Lightning Wins 4-to-3;]

The Tampa Bay Lightning and former Vinton-Ice boss John Tortorella claim the Cup.
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The Busch Grand National cars finally were able to race at Dover this morning.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Dover, DE/FX; :00]

The MBNA America 200 got started Saturday but was postponed after just 28 of 200 laps - and delayed for 5 hours and 10 minutes by rain. Today - the only delays were due to the caution flags that waved eight times for a total of 54 laps. Martin Truex led the most laps, but Greg Biffle led the one that counted the most. He took over the top spot with 21 miles to race and held on to win and give Roush Racing a sweep of the weekend's two top events. The win is Biffle's 14th in the Busch series.
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[S-Reagan]


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Former President Ronald Reagan will be remembered for many different things in the coming days, but if you're a Redskins' fan there is one moment that will always stand more than any other.
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC/1988; :00]

While the Redskins were being honored at White House after capping off the 1987 season with a 42-to-10 Super Bowl win over Denver. President Reagan accepted a football from Doug Williams and called for a member of the "Posse" to go long.
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[King-Heart]


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The last remaining piece of a young King will be laid to rest in France tomorrow.
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[SUPER=03-Paris, France;]

200 years ago, child King Louis-Charles de France died in a French prison at the age of ten. Four years ago DNA tests confirmed that this tiny heart belonged to the king, ruling out speculation that the boy had escaped the prison and produced royal heirs. Today the pickled organ went on display at a church in Paris. The heart will be burried tomorrow in the burial crypt of French Kings, next to the remains of his parents Louis the 16th and Marie Antoinette. (------------)