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An Iraqi colonel says at least 12 people have been killed in a car bomb explosion in Baghdad. Amid the chaos after the bombing, angry Iraqis shouted ``down with the U-S-A'' and set fire to an American flag. Brian Andrews has more.

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((chaos erupted in baghdad after a car bomb exploded during rush hour. iraqi officials report several people killed and injured. rescuer workers carried an elderly man from a building heavily damaged in the blast. witnesses say the car bomb exploded as three s-u-vs.. the kind used by western contractors.. passed through the area.

an angry crowd turned against american troops trying to control the scene. today s violence comes on the heels of a weekend car bomb that killed a dozen iraqis.. and two deadly attacks against officials in the new interim government. gunmen assassinated a senior education ministry official outside his home and killed the deputy foreign minister as he drove to work. ((COLIN POWELL, SECRETARY OF STATE: THESE PEOPLE ARE AGAINST THEIR OWN PEOPLE. THEY ARE AGAINST THIS SOVEREIGN GOVERNMENT. THEY ARE AGAINST THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY. THEY ARE MURDERERS, AND THEY CAN'T BE ALLOWED TO PREVAIL.)) american authorities have warned of more violence in the lead-up to the transfer of power just a little more than two weeks away. observers see the latest attacks as attempts to disrupt the handover and discredit the new iraqi leaders. iraq s prime minister set to take control june 30th.. has pledged to take the fight to the militants. ((IYAD ALLAWI, INTERIM PRIME MINISTER: "WE RIGHT NOW IN THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS ARE DISCUSSING SERIOUS AND DRASTIC MEASURES.")) Meantime.. buses carried hundreds more iraqi prisoners out of the notorious abu ghraib prison today. the u-s is trying to reduce the number of detainees before the handover.. but officials say they intend to keep custody of thousands of prisoners still considered a threat to the coalition. ((BRIAN ANDREWS/REPORTING: STAND-UP CLOSE: THIS WEEK EXPECT A RENEWED PUSH BY PRESIDENT BUSH AND HIS RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN TO SHIFT FOCUS AWAY FROM THE PRISON ABUSE SCANDAL AND THE LATEST VIOLENCE.. TO SO-CALLED SIGNS OF PROGRESS IN IRAQ.. LIKE THE NEW INTERIM GOVERNMENT. BRIAN ANDREWS, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.)) ))



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A murder victim's family worked to raise money for a scholarship in their daughter's memory with a golf tournament this weekend.
This comes at a time when investigators are releasing new video to try and help solve the homicide.
Intern reporter Jeremy Butterfield has more.
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The University of Virginia has a strong start with its fundraising campaign.
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U-V-A hopes to raise three BILLION dollars in donations in the next six and a half years. The university is off to a fast start, with four potential 100-million dollar donors. Some 12-hundred people have been identified for gifts of one to five million dollars.
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Women made history at Southside's Virginia International Raceway this weekend
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with the first ever all female car race. It was part of the country club's annual "Gold Cup Historic Races." Sports- writer and race- car- driver Denise McCluggage (Mc-Cluhggage) served as the grand marshal. She was one of the nation's first female sportswriters in the 1950's and says she's seen many changes over the years.


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((DENISE McCLUGGAGE: I WENT TO COVER TENNIS AT FOREST HILLS AND THEY WOULDN'T LET ME IN THE PRESS BOX... EMBARRASSED THEM SO THEY HAD TO LET ME IN - YOU JUST DID WHAT YOU HAD TO DO.))
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The Women's Feature Race was organized by V-I-R employee Julie Allen who's been racing cars for ten years.
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Relief may be in sight at the gas pumps.
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Prices at the pump have dropped for the first time this year, thanks to a boost in gasoline production and a dip in oil prices. Price for all three grades of gasoline has fallen six and a-half cents to two dollars four cents per gallon. Prices have risen more than 59 cents since mid-December. The average price on May 21st, was just more than two-dollars-ten-cents a gallon.
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[Marketwatch]


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In business news,
The markets start a new week following up on gains during a short trading week and Target may be a stock to watch after its recent sale of Marshall Field's. Jean Lee has those stories and more in this morning's Marketwatch.
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((Insurance stocks could be active when the markets open Monday. The stock markets closed on Friday, in observance of President Ronald Reagan's funeral. Recapping Thursday's closing numbers: The Dow ended up 41 points, while The Nasdaq added 9
Aetna, Cigna and Met Life announced on Friday, that they have been subpoenaed by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, in his ongoing probe, of the industry's compensation arrangements, with brokerages. All three companies, say they will cooperate with the investigation. Spitzer is looking into whether the fees that brokers receive, improperly influence the policies they sell.
Friday brought news of a 140 million acquisition in the oil patch! Atlas Pipeline is buying Spectrum Field Services. Spectrum has 19-hundred miles of natural gas pipelines in Oklahoma and Texas. Philadelphia-based Atlas owns and operates over 13-hundred miles of gas gathering pipelines in Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio.
Target could be a focus stock, after announcing the sale of its Marshall Field's stores late last week, to May Department Stores, for $3.2 billion. The chain gives May a big presence in the Midwest, with 62 Marshall Field's stores in the region.
Get up to date on all the latest business headlines. Log on to our website. We're at cbs.mw.com In ny I'm jl.))

(tape tosses to stocks)[STOCKS]

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Two people were killed yesterday when a small plane crashed in Greenbrier County, West Virginia.
Officials say the plane took off from Summersville Airport around 8:15 yesterday morning en route to Lewisburg. When it did not arrive on time, the Lewisburg Airport contacted State Police.
The identites of the victims have not been released.

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Three new automobiles have gotten high marks from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for performing well during head-on collision tests.
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The Volvo S40, the BMW 5 series, and the Nissan Titan pickup truck received the board's highest rating for their performance in crash tests. There was good news for the Ford Escape - it improved its 2001 "marginal" rating to "acceptable" in the latest tests.

Overall, the board found that most new vehicles are offering better protection for passengers during major frontal crashes than older designs.
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Golfer's teed off on Sunday to raise money, and awareness for one special cause.
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The Stephanie Bennett Golf Tournament is named for the victim of a brutal murder that occurred two years ago in Raleigh. Bennett's family began the tournament in order to raise money for the scholarship they named in honor of Stephanie.
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((JAY BENNETT/STEPHANIE'S BROTHER:WELL I GAVE IT AWAY THIS YEAR TO TYLER SIGMON, WE'VE KNOWN HIS FAMILY FOR A LONG TIME AND HE'S A GREAT KID. WE WERE HAPPY TO GIVE IT TO HIM, AND HE IS GOING TO BE AN OUTSTANDING MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY HERE FOR A LONG TIME.))
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Its now been two years since the murder and the case is still open and no suspects have been named. Raleigh police released this new footage of the crime scene and old home video's of Stephanie in hope's of finding the killer.
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Women were getting up to speed at Southside's Virginia International Raceway this weekend.
The track made history yesterday by letting females rule the asphalt.
Jennifer Wishon has more.
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((((NATS OF THE GOLD CUP RACE))
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The Virginia International Raceway first opened it's doors in 1957 and hosts a wide range of events with everything from vintage sports cars to motorcycles. But until Sunday the words "Ladies start your engines" had never been uttered at the track.
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((JULIE ALLEN))
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Allen has been racing cars for a decade and organized the Gold Cup Historic Race Weekend which featured Sunday's all women race. ((QUICK NATS OF RACE))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: IT WASN'T THAT LONG AGO THAT WOMEN WEREN'T ALLOWED HERE IN THE PADDOCKS AREA OR IN THE PIT. PEOPLE LIKE DENISE MCCLUGGAGE HELPED PAVE THE WAY FOR FEMALE JOURNALISTS AND DRIVERS TO FOLLOW.))
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In the 1950's a young Denise McCluggage started out in the sports department of the New York Herald Tribune. As one of the country's first female sportswriters she covered skiing and auto- racing then in its infancy.
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((DENISE MCCLUGGAGE: IT WAS JUST A REALLY TERRIFIC JOB BECAUSE I DID WHAT I LIKE TO DO AND I HAD A GREAT DEAL OF FREEDOM.))
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She developed a reputation of doing what she reported on and soon became a well- known race car driver. She even raced against the likes of Stirling Moss and Dan Gurney, but as a writer she was considered an outsider.
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((DENISE MCCLUGGAGE: I MEAN I HAD TO INTERVIEW THE DRIVERS THROUGH THE CHAIN LENGTH FENCE... THEY WON'T LET ME IN THERE, YOU COME HERE.))
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Contemporary drivers are grateful for women like McCluggage who've made their drive a little smoother, but say the race for women on the track is a long way from the checkered flag.
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((JULIE ALLEN: IT'S STILL GOT A LONG WAY TO GO. THERE'S NOT A LOT OF LADY DRIVERS... IT'S STILL HARD TO BREAK INTO THE PROFESSIONAL STUFF.))
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((QUICK NATS OF THE RACE)) In the late '50's McCluggage founded "Competition Press" which eventually evolved into "Auto Week." She's now senior contributing editor to the weekly magazine. The world of racing has evolved into something she no longer recognizes from her days at the Herald Tribune, but McCluggage says she still watches one every chance she gets. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Halifax County.))
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Here's what's making news on this .
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Golfer's teed off on Sunday to raise money, and awareness for one special cause. The Stephanie Bennett Golf Tournament is named for the Franklin County native who was the victim of a brutal murder that occurred two years ago in Raleigh. Its now been two years since the murder, but police have recently released new video in hopes of catching the killer.

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Women made history at Southside's Virginia International Raceway this weekend with the first ever all female car race.
It was part of the country club's annual "Gold Cup Historic Races." Sports- writer and race- car- driver Denise McCluggage (Mc-Cluhggage) served as the grand marshal.
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The University of Virginia's fundraising campaign is off to a strong start. U-V-A hopes to raise three BILLION dollars in donations in the next six and a half years. The university already has four potential 100-million dollar donors.
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An interesting mix of musicians is coming to the Theater at Lime Kiln near Lexington this summer. The Mutual Admiration Society will play on August 17th, featuring the band Nickel Creek, Glen Phillips, the former frontman of Toad the Wet Sprocket, Pete Thomas the drummer for Elvis Costello, and John Paul Jones, the bassist for Led Zeppelin. The concert was booked just last week, and theater officials say they are ecstatic about the high-calibre show.
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((JOHN HEALEY/LIME KILN ARTISTIC DIRECTOR; WE'RE ONE OF 6 DATES ON THE EAST COAST THAT THEY SELECTED TO COME. NICKEL CREEK THEMSELVES USUALLY PLAY IN 2000 SEAT VENUES. WE'LL BE UP IN THE BOWL, 700 PEOPLE. WE'LL BE LUCKY ENOUGH TO SEE THEM AS CLOSE AND PERSONAL AS YOU POSSIBLY CAN SEE THEM.))
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Tickets are 30 dollars for reserved seats, and 25 dollars for general admission.

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Harry Potter continued to wave his magic wand over theatre-goers this week-end.
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"Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" (as-Ca-ban) kept the top spot at the box office taking in an estimated 35-point-1 million dollars through Sunday. It's 10-day total now stands at more than 158-million dollars.
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[TAKE BOX OFFICE FS] The new Vin Disel movies came in second, followed by "Shrek 2." The Nicole Kidman, Matthew Broderick remake "The Stepford Wives" came in fourth. (------------) While Garfield-the Movie" rounds out the top five.