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There may be a break in the search for a flooding victim in Henry County.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

Plus, Union soldiers made it their headquarters during the Civil War. Now, supporters of Sandusky want to bring the foot traffic back.
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[Sports-Head]


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In sports, first round action from the US Open, an Avalanche player is named to the all star team today,
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[VO-NAT]


and James River star pitcher Angela Tincher and some college all srars take on an olympic task tomorrow night
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[WX-Head]
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Hazy, hot, and humid weather continues as showers and thunderstorms pop up. I'll have your steamy forecast.
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News 7 is next.
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[VO-NAT]
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It appears the search may be over for a man presumed drowned in flash flooding in Henry County.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Rescue crews made the discovery less than an hour ago.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


And I'm Keith Humphry.
[Henry-Fatal]
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Authorities are still waiting on confirmation that the body they found is the missing man.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co./Yesterday;]

Booker John Henry Hutson went missing yesterday morning after the car that he was believed to be riding in was washed away by a rain swollen stream on Meeks Road in southern Henry County. The body was discovered 3 miles downstream near the route 87 bridge. Police believe Hutson was with his ex-wife, 61 year old Louise Fuller, as they delivered newspapers for the Greensboro News and Record. Fuller was found dead at the scene.
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[VDOT]


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Virginia's transportation budget is running out of gas.
The state will have one billion dollars less to spend on it's roads and bridges this year.
That means hundreds of new road projects are getting a red light.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Meghan /State Microwave;]


Richmond Bureau Chief Meghan Muldoon joins us more.
Keith, today the Commonwealth Transportation Board approved their six-year plan.
[LIVE=Meghan /FULL State Microwave]
[SUPER=@Meghan1]
[SUPER=05-Richmond]


The board agreed to spend six-point-three billion dollars but none of that money will be put into building new roads.
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(( Virginia's motorists are in a jam.
Flat revenues and aging highways are driving down V-DOT's road construction program by a Billion dollars.
The state will spend the majority of its transportation dollars on maintenance costs which have tripled in the last eighteen years.
V-DOT officials say that leaves no room for new construction projects.
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((TAMARA NEALE/VIRGINIA DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION: BASICALLY WHAT PEOPLE SEE AS FAR AS THEIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IS CONCERNED ITS NOT GOING TO GET MUCH BIGGER THAN THAT. ITS PRETTY MUCH GOING TO STAY PUT FOR THE TIME BEING.)) [RUNS:08]
Even though the state is riding out the fiscal year with a 200 million dollar surplus, V-DOT officials point out that NONE of that money is heading their way.
[SOT :15:35]

((TAMARA NEALE/VA DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION: V-DOT IS NOT A GENERAL FUND AGENCY. WE GET OUR REVENUES FROM A DIFFERENT SOURCE. WE GET OUR REVENUE FROM THE GAS TAX AND USER FEES BUT THERE REALLY HASN'T BEEN MUCH INCREASE IN THOSE REVENUE SOURCES.)) [RUNS:11]))
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Lawmakers debated raising the state's gas tax this year but ultimately decide against it when gas prices started shooting up.
So that issue is likely to come up again.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Meghan/Microwave;]


And Keith, there is some good news in all this. Officials say today's decision will NOT affect the widening of I-81. That project is continuing as planned.

[Akubue]


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Lynchburg police say an officer who pepper-sprayed a black college professor during a traffic stop last year acted within the law and within department guidelines.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/January 6]


Dorothy Smith-Akubue (ah-koo-BOO-ee) claimed she was mistreated when she was stopped for going 57 miles per hour in a 25-mile-per-hour zone October 18th.
But an internal review that was forwarded to the Justice Department found that Officer J.E. Keene was right to use force when Akubue resisted arrest.
She did not appeal her conviction.
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[Child-Abuse]


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Grayson County authorities are investigating a case of child abuse. Twin County Medical Center called police Tuesday night about a less than one month old baby boy with severe head trauma. A 17 year old male has been arrested and charged with felony child abuse. Investigators won't release the teen's name, but they do say he IS related to the baby boy. The baby was transported to Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and is said to be slowly improving. The investigation is still underway and more charges could be coming.

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A Carroll County man is in critical condition after being shot in the stomach wednesday night. Officers found Jessie James Hawks lying in the driveway of a home in the Cana Section of the county.
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[TAKE LEFTWICH FS] Witnesses told investigators 41 year old Jimmy Haskell Leftwich shot Hawks and walked into the woods.
Leftwich was arrested on Pauls Creek Road and has been charged with malicious wounding and use of a firearm by a convicted felon. He's being held in the New River Regional Jail.
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[Bear-Rabies]


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The test results are in for the bear that was shot and killed after wandering into the Franklin Memorial Hospital Tuesday night.
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[SUPER=03-Rocky Mount/Tuesday Night]

The Health Department tested the bear for rabies and the results came back negative. Game officials on the scene Tuesday night said the bear looked healthy, but requested a rabies test anyway to be certain. In these surveillance photos you can see the bear wandering the halls and a patron standing only a few feet from it. Game officials have issued warnings about feeding bears because it may lead to more close encounters.
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[Tease#1]
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More layoffs hit Virginia's furniture industry, even as Virginia's job growth shines.
That's just one of the stories still ahead on News 7.
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Plus Roanoke Valley cops burn rubber at a new training center that didn't burn a hole in wallets of local governments.
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In the past they had to travel as far as Fort Pickett to practice dangerous driving situations.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

Now Roanoke County and City officers are staying on top of the driving curve right in their backyard.
[ANCHOR=Keith]
[SS=None]

As Jennifer Wishon reports, officers teamed up to create a much needed facility for a bargain of a price.
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[SUPER=01-Ray Lavinder/Roanoke Co. Police Chief; :09]
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[SUPER=01-Randy Rowland/Roanoke City Police Officer; 1:11]
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((NATS OF A TRAINEE GETTING INTO A CRUISER.)) [RUNS03] For police officers decisions made in a cruiser can mean the difference between life and death.
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((CHIEF LAVINDER: WE DRIVE VEHICLES EIGHT TO TEN HOURS A DAY AND WE DON'T RECEIVE THE TRAINING THAT WE FEEL LIKE WE SHOULD, BUT THIS COURSE WILL GIVE US AMPLE OPPORTUNITY TO TRAIN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.)) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=throughout the year]

The course here on Laurel Mountain is the only one of it's kind in the Roanoke Valley. Completed in March, the 30- acre facility boasts everything officers need to hone their driving skills. ((NATS OF CRUISER SPEEDING UP THE HILL)) Officers practice high speed chases on a nearly mile long road. ((NATS OF SKIDDING)) Meanwhile the skid pad teaches them how to handle slick roads covered in snow and ice.
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((RANDY ROWLAND: WITH THIS COURSE THEY'LL GET REAL HANDS ON EXPERIENCE ON WHAT IT'S LIKE TO DRIVE IN EMERGENCY CONDITIONS ON A TRUE ROADWAY.)) [RUNS05]
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The course is valued at 1.3- million dollars, but so far it's only cost the county and city about 550- thousand dollars. That's because officers like Rowland donated thousands of hours of their time and expertise. That added to a number of discounts and donations equal an invaluable resource both departments are proud of.
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((RANDY ROWLAND: I KNOW MANY OFFICERS WHO RETIRE AND LEAVE THEIR LAW ENFORCEMENT CAREERS AND NO ONE REMEMBERS THEM AFTER SEVERAL YEARS AND THESE ARE A COUPLE OF PROJECTS I'VE BEEN INVOLVED IN AND MY NAME WILL BE HERE LONG AFTER I'M GONE.)) [RUNS13]
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Other area departments have already expressed an interest in using the facility. Roanoke County attorneys are now discussing ways to make that possible. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke County.))

[VA-Employment]


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Vaughn Furniture is laying off a hundred workers at plants in Stuart and Galax.
The company blames the cuts on foreign competition.
Meanwhile, the Virginia Employment Commission said today the state is growing jobs at an outstanding rate.
The Commonwealth boasted nearly 90-thousand more jobs in April compared to the same month in 2003.
That puts Virginia's job growth rate well above the national average.
More than half of the new jobs were created in Northern Virginia.
The Roanoke and Danville areas saw just a few hundred new jobs.
The Lynchburg and Bristol areas actually lost a few hundred.

[Roanoke-Retail]


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Meanwhile, industry leaders say business is good at shopping malls in Virginia and nationwide. They say tax cuts and good economic news is encouraging Americans' urge to splurge.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

At a forum in Roanoke today, local and national shopping center business leaders laid out their vision for this summer's season and beyond.
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[IN Q=Between the job growth...]

((GARY RAPPAPORT/TOWERS SHOPPING CENTER OWNER; BETWEEN THE JOB GROWTH THAT'S OCCURRING NOW AND IN THE PAST SEVERAL MONTHS, WE ARE ACTUALLY ALMOST A VERY LITTLE VACANCY IN ALL OF THE CENTERS ACROSS THE US AND ESPECIALLY IN VIRGINIA.))
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[OUT Q=especially in Virginia.]
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Rappaport adds that high gas prices have NOT deterred shopping. He says customers are making fewer trips, but buying and spending more during each visit.
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[Stocks]


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A run on Blue Chip stocks fizzled late today. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW closed two points lower.
NASDAQ lost 15.
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[SPONSOR ANNOUNCE]
[COMMERCIAL]

[Lyric]


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Blacksburg's famous theater is going dark for a week.
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The Lyric theater is about to under-go renovations. Crews will be updating stage lighting for live performances. In the past, the theater has often had to rent lighting equipment for its shows. Improvements will also be made to the theater screen. It will be moved and reconfigured, making the picture more crisp for the movie- going public.
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((SUSAN MATTINGLY: IT JUST SHOWS THE ONGOING SUCCESS OF THE LYRIC. WE'VE BEEN FORTUNATE ENOUGH WITH THE COMMUNITY SUPPORT TO CONTINUE MAKING IMPROVEMENTS TO WHAT HAS BECOME A VERY IMPORTANT ASSET TO OUR COMMUNITY.))
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The renovations will cost about 70-thousand dollars. The theater will close Friday June 25th and re-open Friday July 2nd.
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[Sandusky]


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When it comes to Civil War tourism, visitors are naturally drawn to places like Appomattox and the Shenandoah Valley.
As Steve Smallshaw reports, Lynchburg officials are hoping to add their city to the itinerary as well.
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(( The two-day Battle of Lynchburg doesn't rate much in the history books, but had the Confederates not carried the day, the Civil War might have ended much sooner...and Appomattox would be just another small town.
[SOT 9:18:44]

((GREG STARBUCK/HISTORIC SANDUSKY: IN THE LAST THIRTY YEARS, I'VE JUST NOTED A STEADY INCREASE IN POPULARITY AND INTEREST IN THE CIVIL WAR, IT JUST HASN'T ABATED.))
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[OUT Q=hasn't abated.]


Greg Starbuck runs Historic Sandusky, the 19th century home that served as Union headquarters during the battle.
Sandusky only recently was opened to the public, and Starbuck would like to make it a must-see attraction for the area's Civil War tourists.
[SOT 9:19:11]

((STARBUCK: PEOPLE ARE LOOKING FOR THE UNCOVERED HISTORY AND THE UNTOLD STORIES, AND LYNCHBURG HAS A GREAT STORY THAT'S REALLY NOT BEEN PROMOTED UNTIL THE LAST YEAR OR TWO.))
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[Standup ] ((That story will be told this weekend with a wide range of activities including a re-enactment of the Battle of Lynchburg and programs and tours at the Sandusky house. With thousands of people expected to hit town for the Batteau Festival, officials figure it's a great time to put Sandusky on the map.))
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An audio driving tour of the local battle sites is already available.. officials hope to link Lynchburg to other sites around Virginia.
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((STARBUCK: AND WE JUST NEED TO CONNECT THE DOTS A LITTLE BIT MORE AND THEN REALLY EVOLVE TO HAVING OUR OWN MAPS AND OUR OWN PROGRAM JUST LIKE THE LEE'S RETREAT TRAIL, IT WILL BE THE HUNTER'S RAID TRAIL.))
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And like the Union general, Starbuck hopes many others will find their way to the Hill City.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg. ))

[Sports tease]


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Roanoke football and basketball products Shannon Taylor and Curtis Staples are joining forces, former Cave Spring and James River aces Tyler Lumsden and Angelea Tincher talk about huge opportunities a head,
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and Mark Saccomono makes the all star grade.
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[S-Open]


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We are ihn a weather delay but the 104th U.S. Open did tee off today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Long Island, NY/ESPN; :00]


Jay Haas, Angel Cabrerra, on hole nine and Shigeki Maruyama (shih-GEH'-kee mah-roo-YAH'-mah) remain atop the leader board, where they have been through most of the afternoon, at the U-S Open on Long Island. Haas and Maruyama each shot a 4-under-par 66 today and, so far, no one has been able to catch them.
Tiger Woods finished with a first round two over 72.
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[S-Mark]


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The Avalanche will try and sweep the Myrtle Beach Pelicans tonight and have already taken them out of the first half playoff race.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Mark Saccamono was named to the June 29th Carolina League all star team. Saccomono is second in the league in homers and RBI's
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[S-Lumsden]


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The major league career of Tyler Lumsden is about to take off. The former Cave Spring star left for Winston-Salem this morning to join the Warthogs of the Carolina League.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/2004 ACC Tournament; :00]


The hard throwing lefty just completed his third season at Clemson, recording 88 strikeouts this year for the Tigers.
Now he's in the White Sox farm system, hoping to get at least one start under his belt before the Carolina League All Star break.
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[S-Softball]


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Tomorrow night at the Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, the US Olympic Softball team will take on a team of local college all stars in an exhibition as part of the Aiming for Athens tour.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


The local girls posed for pictures this afternoon in their new unis.
The USA team is a whopping 37 and oh.
James River pitcher Angela Tincher hopes to get her shot to impress the US team. But pitching from a distance of 43 feet will be an adjustment.
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[SUPER=01-Angela Tincher/James River Pitcher; :00]
[SUPER=01-Allyson Campbell/Virginia Tech Infielder; :13]
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The first pitch is tomorrow night at 8 o'clock.

[S-Combs]


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One of the ACC's best defensive lineman to ever play has now returned to his roots.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]


Former Duke star defensive end Chris Combs has retired form the NFL and he has been named the strength and conditioning coach for the Blue Devils. After playing at Duke, Combs played for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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[S-Shannon]


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Former Virginia star and NFL four year veteran Shannon Taylor starts his third annual football and cheerleading camp tomorrow.
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[VO-NAT]


The camp will be held at Patrick Henry High school and runs from around 9 am until 4pm.
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[SUPER=01-Shannon Taylor/Four Year NFL Veteran; :00]
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[OUT Q=and college guys"]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg;]


Taylors close friend Curtis Staples is putting youngsters through his quick release basketball camp this week over in Lynchburg. Staples holds several quick release camps throught out the summer.
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[Tech-Truck]
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Virginia Tech will have to focus on the future of its FutureTruck.
[ENG#=1]
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]
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[VO-NAT :15]
[SUPER=@file;]

Engineering students from Tech this week competed against 14-other universities in a challenge to turn a 2002 Ford Explorer into a fuel efficient hybrid. Tech's truck was powered by hydrogen.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

But the judges today awarded the 6-thousand dollar grand prize to students from the University of Wisconsin for their compression-ignition engine .