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A murder suspect is arrested in Southside.
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The head of Al Qaeda in Saudi Arabia is killed- hours after an American is beheaded.
One employer bans workers from talking on cell phones while driving. Is it the wave of the future?
Plus people will be walking all night taking steps to fight cancer.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 at Eleven is next.

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An Al Qaeda cell beheads Amerian engineer Paul Johnson- posting photographs online-
Hours later, Saudi security forces tracked down and killed the leader of the terrorist group in Saudi Arabia.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: THE MURDER OF PAUL SHOWS THE EVIL NATURE OF THE ENEMY. THESE ARE BARBARIC PEOPLE. THERE IS NO JUSTIFICATION FOR HIS MURDER AND YET THEY KILLED HIM IN COLD BLOOD.))
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[OUT Q=in cold blood.]
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[Hostage]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
Saudi officials say shortly after Johnson's body was found- police exchanged fire with Al Qaeda suspects. Officials say the reported leader of Al Qaida in the kingdom was killed along with two other militants.
A senior Saudi official says a second operation aimed at Al Qaeda supports is underway.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean / NEWSPATH;]


Scott Rapoport is following the story and joins us live from the victim's hometown with more.
[LIVE= Rapoport /FULL]
[SUPER=01-Scott Rapoport/CBS News;]
[SUPER=05-Little Egg Harbor, NJ; ]



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[SUPER=01-Adel Al-Jubeir/Saudi Embassy Spokesman; :42 quick]
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((THE YELLOW RIBBONS ARE STILL UP IN LITTLE EGG HARBOR, BUT ANY HOPE OF PAUL JOHNSON RETURNING HOME ALIVE HAS COME UNDONE. THE BEHEADING OF THE 49-YEAR OLD AMERICAN ENGINEER IN SAUDI ARABIA HAS SHOCKED AND DISGUSTED NEW JERSEY RESIDENTS -- AS IT HAS THE REST OF THE NATION.. ALL ALONG, JOHNSON'S FAMILY HAS ASKED FOR THE PUBLIC'S SUPPORT. TONIGHT, THEY ASKED FOR SOMETHING MORE. FBI AGENT: " AN AL-QAIDA GROUP POSTED PHOTOGRAPHS OF JOHNSON'S SEVERED HEAD ON AWEBSITE EARLIER TODAY -- PICTURES TOO GRISLY TO SHOW HERE. JOHNSON'S BODY WAS FOUND OUTSIDE RIYADH -- AND SOON AFTER -- SAUDI SECURITY FORCES BEGAN CLASHING WITH MILITANTS IN THE CAPITAL. Adel Al-Jubeir/ Saudi Embassy spokesperson: "There have been fire fights. A number of terrorists have been killed." AMONG THOSE KILLED OFFICIALS SAY -- AL-QAIDA'S TOP LEADER IN SAUDI ARABIA. WEARING A HOOD, HE HAD THREATENED TO KILL JOHNSON IF AL-QAIDA PRISONERS IN SAUDI ARABIA WERE NOT RELEASED BY FRIDAY. THE MILITANTS MADE GOOD ON THEIR PROMISE AND WARNED QUOTE: LET THIS DEED BE A LESSON THAT THIS WILL BE THE FATE OF ANY OF THEM WHO COME TO OUR LAND. PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS THE UNITED STATES WILL NOT BE SWAYED. PRESIDENT BUSH: "America will not retreat. America will not be intimidated by these extremist thugs." STILL, THOSE IN JOHNSON'S HOMETOWN HAD HOPED FOR A DIFFERENT ENDING. TONIGHT, PAUL JOHNSON'S GRIEF-STRICKEN FAMILY REMAINS SECLUDED, INCLUDING HIS SON AND THE GRANDSON HE NEVER MET -- PAUL JOHNSON THE 4TH. SCOTT RAPOPORT, CBS NEWS, LITTLE EGG HARBOR, NJ.))

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The State Department is again reminding Americans that being in the Persian Gulf region can be dangerous.
A public announcement has gone out saying extremists may be plotting attacks there against Westerners and oil workers.
The Government has urged Americans to get out of Saudi Arabia.

[Syverson]


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New details are emerging about the death of a V-M-I alumnus in Iraq.
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32-year old Major Paul Syverson was killed in a mortar attack on a logistical base at Balad Air Base. Officials said three rockets hit the camp, including one direct hit on the base exchange. The military convenience store was filled with shopping troops. Syverson was a 1993 graduate of V-M-I.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Also killed in the attack was 29 year old Specialist Jeremy Dimaranan (DY-mer-AN-un) of Virginia Beach, and a sergeant from Florida.

[Axton-Murder]


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Henry County authorities have a suspect in custody for allegedly shooting a man near Axton this morning.
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[TAKE ADAMS PIC FS] The Sheriff's Office has charged 31 year old Germaine Delano Adams of Henry County. He was arrested earlier tonight in Pittsylvania county. Adams is charged with first degree murder, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[GRAPHIC=Murder Invest.]

Authorities say he shot 35-year old Christopher Junior Hairston around 1:30 this morning at the Virginia Oaks Mobile Home Park. Hairston was found in the middle of the road.
He was later pronounced dead at a North Carolina Hospital.

[Relay-Life]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11 PM]
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An event of Olympic proportions is taking place in Roanoke tonight, all in the name of fighting cancer.
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A crowd of more than four thousand is taking part in the 13th Annual Relay for Life held at Victory Stadium.
This year's theme is an Olympic one, the goal is to reach for a cure.
Organizers say the number of cancer survivors at the event is at an all time high.
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((SUZY LAWRENCE/RELAY FOR LIFE ORGANIZER: ABSOLUTELY, ABSOLUTELY, THE RATES IS 64-PERCENT OF CANCER VICTIMS SURVIVE FIVE YEARS OR LONGER SO THE DOLLARS ARE REALLY PAYING OFF NOW.))
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Money raised will fund cancer research as well as recovery programs in the area.
Organizers hope to raise 700-thousand dollars this year.
Relay for Life continues throughout the night and will wrap up tomorrow at noon.
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[Charles-Obit]


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Music legend Ray Charles was buried today-
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after a farewell from family and friends at the A-M-E church in Los Angeles.
Country's Willie Nelson sang a song that will always keep Ray Charles on people's minds.
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((WILLIE NELSON: JUST AN OLD SWEET SONG THAT WILL KEEP GEORGIA ON MY MIND.))
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Words of love and celebration from the pulpit for a friend and Musical genius. Ray Charles died of acute liver disease.
And while Ray Charles .. the man may be gone, his music lives on.
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[Imports-Ruling]


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A major victory tonight for local furniture makers in their fight with China.
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[VO-NAT]

The Department of Commerce ruled today in a preliminary report that China IS illegally dumping wooden bedroom furniture into the United States. The news has the potential to affect thousands of furniture company employees in our viewing area from Henry County to Pulaski and Galax. The ruling means the U-S government believes Chinese furniture companies are cheating by flooding the U-S furniture market with wooden bedroom furniture at cheaper costs.
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((JOHN BASSETT: WE HAVE LOST JOBS BECAUSE OF DUMPING. THAT'S WHAT THE GOVERNMENT HAS SAID TODAY. THERE IS ILLEGAL DUMPING. IT STARTED AT 5 PERCENT AND IT'S GOING TO 25 PERCENT. AND IT DIFFERS WITH EACH COMPANY. BUT IT HAS HAD AN EFFECT ON OUR INDUSTRY.))
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[OUT Q=effect on our industry.]
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More than 35-thousand U-S furniture employees have lost their jobs in the last FOUR years. Today's ruling is preliminary and will need to be finalized in October, but it means the government will immediately begin imposing duties on Chinese furniture companies ranging from 5-percent to 198-percent.
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[Danville-RBI]


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[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=jwi]
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Meanwhile work is underway to change the roots of southside's economy- to high tech.
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[SUPER=03-Danville;]

A 12- million dollar high- tech project called the "Regional Backbone Initiative" was announced in Danville today. It consists of 700- miles of fiber optic cable that will connect five cities, 20- counties and 56- industrial parks in Southside, Southwest and Central Virginia. State leaders hope the project will attract high- tech businesses and encourage entrepreneurs to stick around.
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((BYRON: WE HAVE HAD MANY CHALLENGES IN THE SOUTHSIDE REGION IN VIRGINIA, BUT OUR AREA ALSO HAS MANY RESOURCES THAT I DON'T THINK CAN MATCH ANYTHING IN THE STATE SO WE HAVE A LOT TO OFFER AND IT WON'T TAKE LONG FOR PEOPLE TO REALIZE THAT.))
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Once completed, the project will provide high speed internet access to nearly 700- thousand citizens and 20- thousand businesses. Both the Virginia Tobacco Commission and U-S Economic Development Administration are pitching in 6- million dollars to fund the initiative. Construction is set to begin in October and should be complete by 2006.
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Statistically, women live longer than men, but physicians say that doesn't have to be so.
That story is coming up next on the newscast.
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[VO-NAT]

and some localities frown on talking on cell phones while driving, now some companies are getting into the act as well.
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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 USA ladies roll on with their softball victory tour. Mickelson goes low at Shinnecock Hills in round 2 of the us open, and Gordon puts the hammer down in Motown. Plus, Shannon Taylor brings in some heavy hitters for his quick release football camp. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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On average, women live longer than men. Some experts say that's because men don't go to the doctor for annual checkups, so deadly illnesses aren't caught early enough.
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((REV. HERBERT CHAMBERS/STROKE VICTIM--THERE'S A THING ABOUT MEN, THAT MACHO CONCEPT THAT WE CAN WHIP ANYTHING THAT'S NOT TRUE. ))
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Studies show men die about six years before women, in part because some men only go to the doctor when they're sick. That can be too late, when most illnesses can be treated in the early stages.
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((DR. PATRICIA DAVIDSON/WASHINGTON HOSPITAL--DIABETES IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE DEADLIEST AND MOST DEVASTATING DISEASES THAT WE HAVE BECAUSE IT RAVAGES ALMOST EVERY ORGAN. ))
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Prostate cancer is another leading killer of men that can be detected early. By the time SYMPTOMS of the disease show up, it's usually too late. Experts say by catching these illnesses early, you can add years to your life.
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[Cell-Phones]


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Laws curbing cell phone use are spreading across the country, but now some companies are putting the brakes on employees using cell phones while driving on company time. Julie Vallese has more.
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((CELLULAR PHONES MAY BE ANNOYING, SOME SAY DANGEROUS BUT - NOT ILLEGAL. NO MATTER WHERE YOU GO THERE ARE PEOPLE DRIVING AND TALKING ON CELL PHONES... BUT WORK FOR EXXON MOBIL AND IT'S AGAINST COMPANY RULES. "We've done this together with our employees." EXXON MOBIL SAYS IT EXPECTS THE CHANGE WILL HAVE A BIG IMPACT ON SAFETY. ITS EMPLOYEES COLLECTIVELY DRIVE MORE THAN ONE-POINT-FIVE MILLION MILES EACH DAY. "We hope our employees take this message home to their family and friends that are drivers because this is a question of safety for everyone and we would be very happy if the public would adopt the spirit of the requirement we created."

THAT SPIRIT MAY BE ADOPTED BY OTHER COMPANIES. THE NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL SAYS MORE AND MORE ARE STARTING TO TAKE A LOOK AT THE IDEA -- ONE FOR SAFETY, TWO FOR LIABILITY. "Legislatures are reluctant to regulate things like cell phones same with the government but employers for their own good interest both to protect employees and to protect against liability will be following Exxon Mobile's lead." THE C-T-I-A - THE WIRELESS ASSOCIATION SAID IN A STATEMENT...THAT COMPANIES HAVE THE RIGHT TO SET THEIR OWN POLICIES BUT HOPE EDUCATION CAMPAIGNS ABOUT DISTRACTIONS ACCOMPANY THOSE POLICIES. AND THOSE DISTRACTIONS ARE MANY TRIPLE-A FOUND EATING, CHANGING A CD, AND EVEN TALKING TO OTHER PASSENGERS CAUSE MORE CRASHES THAN CELL PHONES. IN WASHINGTON, I AM JULIE VALLESE. ))


[Hurricane-Babies]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Last September, Hurricane Isabel brought rain, high winds and lots of destruction to Virginia.
Now she's ushering in a baby boom.
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Births at some hospitals in Central Virginia are up over ten percent.
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((DR. EDWARD SCHOEFFLER/HENRICO DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL: WE'VE BEEN VERY BUSY RECENTLY. NORMALLY WE DELIVER MAYBE TEN, ELEVEN BABIES A DAY. WE'RE UP TEN PERCENT OVER THAT. BY THIS TIME IN THE MONTH WE WOULD HAVE DELIEVERED ABOUT 180 BABIES. WE'RE UP OVER TWO HUNDRED RIGHT NOW.))
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[OUT Q=UP OVER TWO HUNDRED RIGHT NOW.]
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James Lynn says it is no surprise to him that his daughter, Sophia, was born nine months after a power outage caused by Isabel.
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((JAMES LYNN/FATHER OF "ISABEL BABY" IRONICALLY OUR LIGHTS WERE NOT OUT FOR VERY LONG DURING THE HURRICANE, ONLY ABOUT TWELVE HOURS.))
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Lynn says he and his wife considered naming their daughter after the storm.
But they decided "Isabel" is probably going to be a popular name among the recent group of newborns.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still ahead, one local zoo hopes that you'll take a famous feline for a ride around town...
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and the den at this home is definately out of the ordinary. Stay with us, there's much more to come on News 7 at 11.

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[Commercial]

[Zoo-Plates]


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Mill Mountain Zoo wants to help you display your wild side on your car.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

For the past two years Mill Mountain Zoo has been promoting a license plate featuring a tiger like Ruby, the famous zoo inhabitant. The DMV says its need at least 350-applications by June 30th or it won't make the plates. So far, just 45-people have applied. The plates cost 25-dollars. Proceeds will benefit Mill Mountain Zoo and the Norfolk Zoo.
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[TAKE WDBJ7.COM FS] You can find an application on MMZoo's website by logging onto our web page and clicking on "websites in the news."
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[Schooner-Virginia]


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A page from Virginia's maritime history is coming to life on the Norfolk waterfront.
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The schooner Virginia is under construction on the banks of the Elizabeth River.
The vessel is a 122- foot replica of the last sailing schooner that carried harbor pilots on the Chesapeake Bay.


After its launch later this year, the ship will travel the world as a goodwill ambassador for the state.
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((CAPT. BOB GLOVER: SO IT'S NOT JUST EASTERN VIRGINIA, BECAUSE IT'S WATER ORIENTED. IT INVOLVES ALL OF VIRGINIA. AND WE CAN TAKE THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MESSAGE, THE GOODWILL MESSAGE AND TAKE IT WORLDWIDE.))
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[OUT Q=and taken it worldwide.]
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The schooner Virginia will operate along the east coast next year, and then head to western Europe in 2006 to promote events surrounding the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The project has a western Virginia connection. The schooner's engines were donated by Salem-based Carter Machinery Company.


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The USA Softball team rolled into Salem tonight with a 37 game winning streak, and a pitching staff that had combined to throw four perfect games and 7 no-hitters on the current Aiming for Athens tour. Needless to say, the team of local college stars had its work cut out tonight in front of nearly 35 hundred fans at the Moyer Complex.
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The crowd certainly got its money's worth in this one.
Jennie Topping bloops this base knock. That scored Leah O'Brien-Amico for a 1-nothing USA lead in the bottom of the first.
Jennie Finch had the good stuff in the circle tonight. The fireballer struck out eleven batters, allowing just one hit in 6 innings of work.
Topping gave her plenty of help, blasting this solo homerun to deep right field off of Angela Tincher.
[SUPER=34-USA/6/Salem/0/;]

Tincher did recover to strike out 2 batters in the 5th, but the Olympians recorded the shutout 6-nothing.
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Just down the street from the Moyer, the Salem Avalanche doubled up the Lynchburg Hillcats tonight 12-6, the team's 11th win in the last 13 outings.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chicago, IL/WGN; :00]


On the big league diamond, the A's spoiled Sammy Sosa's return from the DL with a 2-1 win. Sosa went oh for 4 for the Cubbies with two strikeouts and a groundout to end the game, the series opener at Wrigley.
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[S-Open]


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Phil Mickelson and Shigeki Mauryama share the lead after 36 holes at the 104th U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Southampton, NY/ESPN & NBC; :00]


Mickelson went out Friday morning and set the early pace, firing a 4-under 66 to get to 6-under par for the championship. Lefty's steady round included 4 birdies and 14 pars, and he's in the hunt for his second consecutive major victory.
First round co-leader Mauryama went on a birdie binge himself, shooting 68 to get to 6-under. Mauryama missed a chance to lead by himself with a bogey on the final hole, but will join Mickelson in the final pairing on Saturday.
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[S-Qualify]


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It was a good day for Rick Hendrick today at Michigan in qualifying for Sunday's DHL 400. Chevys took four of the top five slots, including the top three owned by Hendrick.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Brooklyn, MI/SPEED; :00]


They were led by Jeff Gordon who turned in a quick lap at 190.865 miles an hour to claim his 2nd pole of the season and the 48th of his career. Here's the starting grid for Sunday's race.
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[GO TO RACE LINEUP]
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[SUPER=0107-1. Jeff Gordon/190.865/2. Brian Vickers//3. Jimmie Johnson//4. Ryan Newman//5. Robby Gordon//;]
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[SUPER=0107-6. Brendan Gaughan//7. Kurt Busch//8. Jeremy Mayfield//9. Casey Mears//10. Rusty Wallace//;]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//12. Bobby Labonte//13. Greg Biffle//14. Ward Burton//15. Mark Martin/;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Joe Nemechek//17. Jeff Burton//18. Matt Kenseth//19. Michael Waltrip//20. Scott Riggs//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Kevin Harvick//22. Elliott Sadler//23. Jeff Green//24. Sterling Marlin//25. Ricky Rudd//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Ricky Craven//27. Tony Stewart//28. Ken Schrader//29. Scott Wimmer//30. Jamie McMurray//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Terry Labonte//32. Kevin Lepage//33. Kyle Petty//34. Kasey Kahne//35. P.J. Jones//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Jimmy Spencer//37. Dale Jarrett//38. Todd Bodine//39. Dave Blaney/Prov/40. Morgan Shepherd/Prov/;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Kirk Shelmerdine/Prov/42. Geoffrey Bodine/Prov/43. Derrike Cope/Prov/;]
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[S-Shannon]


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Former UVA defensive end Shannon Taylor kicked off his Quick Release football and cheerleading camp today Patrick Henry High School.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Among the many activities today, an autograph session with Taylor and UVa senior defensive end Chris Canty. The camp continues tomorrow and Taylor wants kids and parents to know that there are still spots open.
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[SUPER=01-Shannon Taylor/Football Camp Director; :00]
[SUPER=01-Chris Canty/UVa Senior Defensive End; :16]
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[OUT Q=.....something postive"]
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[VO-NAT]


The cost of tomorrow's session is 20 dollars.
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[Foxes]


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A home owner in Indianapolis Indiana has several new "deck" guests.
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She began noticing them hanging around outside her home recently. First one... then two... then three.. and finally five. A whole litter of young foxes. Experts say littermates often stay together and then spread out over a territory with age. (------------) The foxes haven't posed any threat to the homeowner, and she says it's been fun taking photos of them.