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Coming up on News 7-
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A mother and daughter are dead, after being hit by a car in Montgomery County. Violence in Iraq kills dozens, while a local Marine is killed in Afghanistan. New studies show air fresheners can be harmful to your health. And a Kodak moment like you've never seen.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]

News 7 is next.

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A mother and her young daughter are dead after being hit by a car in Montgomery County. Now the driver is facing charges.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

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State Police say the two were walking along the side of Route 460 near Shawsville, when they were struck by a car.

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The accident happened shortly after FIVE this evening. Police say 21 year old Christopher M-Hight of Christiansburg was driving westbound on 460 when he ran off the right shoulder of the road. The car struck the woman and her young daughter as they were walking in a right hand turning lane. The child was pronounced dead at the scene. Her mother was transported to Montgomery Regional Hospital where she died a short time later. Hight has been charged with driving under the influence. State Police say they will confer with the Commonwealth's Attorney before any additional charges will be filed.
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Danville Police are investigating a suspicious death. Shortly after 2-thirty this afternoon, a resident discovered a man's body in an abandoned taxi on Twin Oaks Lane. Police say the body is badly decomposed. They are currently trying to determine his identity and how he died. The body has been sent to Roanoke for an autopsy. Anyone with information on the man's identity or his cause of death is asked to call Danville Police.

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A boy is still in the hospital after being hit by a truck while he was riding his bicycle.
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The 14 year old was riding his bike in the 18-hundred block of Riverdale Avenue in Southeast Roanoke when he was hit by the truck. He was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital, and is currently listed in serious condition. The driver of the truck was not injured. So far, NO charges have been filed, although the incident is still under investigation.
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Bond has been set for a Danville man accused of murdering his girlfriend.
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A Franklin County judge set the bond yesterday at 100-thousand dollars for 32-year-old Stanley Dion Tate.
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Tate is charged with murdering his girlfriend, 28-year-old Charmane Davis of Danville. Davis was found shot to death last month inside Tate's home near Smith Mountain Lake. Investigators believe she caught him with another woman. Tate is currently being held in Danville on drug charges.
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A Marine from Bluefield, West Virginia was killed this week in Afghanistan. The Department of Defense has announced 21 year old Lance Corporal Juston T-Thacker was killed near Bari Khout (bar-EE KOOT) when his unit came under fire. He was stationed in Camp Lejeune (Luh-zhune), North Carolina.

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Dozens of people are killed in Iraq today, while saboteurs struck an oil pipeline only hours after it had been repaired and resumed pumping oil. Kelly Cobiella has more on Iraq and the President's trip overseas to gather support for the war.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH ARRIVED IN TURKEY FOR A NATO SUMMIT WITH ONE SMALL VICTORY IN HAND. NATO HAS AGREED TO HELP TRAIN IRAQ'S SECURITY FORCES... BUT STILL WILL NOT SEND TROOPS.
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"there is a common interest and a common goal to work together to help the Iraqi people work together, to help the Iraqi people realise the benefits of a free society." (NATS TURKEY PROTESTS) RTV Video SEVERAL HUNDRED PROTESTORS CLASHED WITH POLICE IN ANKARA... CHANTING ANTI-US SLOGANS AND BURNING AN EFFIGY OF PRESIDENT BUSH. RTV Video ANTI-US SENTIMENT IS HIGH IN TURKEY... AND COULD GET WORSE. MILITANTS KIDNAPPED THREE TURKISH CONTRACTORS IN IRAQ... ANDI ARE THREATENING TO BEHEAD THEM UNLESS TURKEY STOPS DOING BUSINESS WITH U-S FORCES. APTN Video
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THE SOUTH KOREAN GOVERNMENT IS COMING UNDER MORE PRESSURE TO RE-THINK ITS TROOP DEPLOYMENT, AFTER THE BEHEADING OF A 33-YEAR-OLD MILITARY SUPPLY WORKER. HIS BODY WAS RETURNED TO SOUTH KOREA SATURDAY. APTN Video
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THROUGHOUT IRAQ, THE VIOLENCE CONTINUES. GUNFIRE RATTLED THE SOUTHERN IRAQI CITY OF NAJAF. AND BOMBINGS KILLED MORE THAN A DOZEN IRAQI CIVILIANS. WITH THE TRANSFER OF POWER JUST DAYS AWAY, U-S AND IRAQI LEADERS WARN THE VIOLENCE LIKELY WILL NOT STOP ON JUNE 30TH. RTV Video
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"It will escalate even more as sovereignty will be transferred. This is all aimed at undermining the process of moving forward." NATIONAL ELECTIONS ARE SET FOR JANUARY OF NEXT YEAR, BUT THERE IS ALREADY TALK OF DELAY. THE PRIME MINISTER SAYS IRAQ'S STABILITY MUST COME BEFORE DEMOCRACY. KELLY COBIELLA, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

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Friends and family members of Paul Johnson Junior held a memorial service in New Jersey today.
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A terror group claiming to be al-Qauida kidnapped and beheaded the U-S defense contracter in Saudi Arabia. His killing was made public on the internet, but his body has not been recovered. The leader of al-Qaida in Saudi Arabia was reportedly killed shortly after Johnson's death.
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[Water-Main]


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If you tried to have lunch around Valley View Crossing Mall today you were probably turned away. That's because a major water main BROKE-- affecting a number of businesses. As Jennifer Wishon reports, business managers were forced to watch their lunch- time profits go down the drain.
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((If the thought of something on the lunch menu at Logan's Roadhouse tickled your taste buds Saturday you were out of luck.
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((I'M SORRY WE'RE CLOSED TODAY. NO WATER. SORRY ABOUT THAT.))
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Area restaurant employees came in prepared for their busiest day of the week, but soon learned their day would be cut short.
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((SHELIA MARTIN: I COME IN AT ABOUT TEN O'CLOCK THIS MORNING AND AS I COME THROUGH THE BACK PARKING LOT I NOTICED A GAPING HOLE.))
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A hole caused by a break in this 12- inch pipe that supplies water to some eight fire hydrants and 30 businesses.
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((MIKE MILLS/ROANOKE CITY CREW LEADER: I GOT THE CALL ABOUT TEN O'CLOCK, I WAS AT HOME, AND I RESPONDED OUT HERE AND NOTICED THAT THERE WAS WATER COMING OUT OF THE GROUND PRETTY RAPIDLY.))
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((NAT SOUND OF SAW))
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A city crew quickly shut off the valve and businesses like Wal- Mart and Valley View Mall maintained service.
Meanwhile restaurants swallowed their losses.
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((SHELIA MARTIN/O'CHARLEY'S MANAGER: ON A SATURDAY DAY WE DO APPROXIMATELY FOUR- THOUSAND TO FIVE- THOUSAND DOLLARS IN SALES.))
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Still, Martin and other managers took advantage of the lull and got to work.
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((JIM PETERSON: LITTLE HOME IMPROVEMENT INSIDE, YOU KNOW, AND GETTING SOME THINGS TAKEN CARE OF THAT EVERY DAY BUSINESS DOESN'T ALLOW US TO GET DONE. SO, BASICALLY, JUST TRYING TO TAKE CARE OF OUR PEOPLE TOO.))
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Businesses like PetSmart closed their rest rooms, but kept their doors open. The grooming stations were shut down, but the dogs didn't seem to mind. Meanwhile, the Valley View Grand took advice from the Fire Marshal and shut its doors around 3:30.
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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: WATER WAS RESTORED AROUND FOUR O'CLOCK AND ALL AFFECTED BUSINESSES RE- OPENED IN TIME FOR DINNER. JENNIFER WISHON, NEWS 7))
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Still to come on the newscast, Firefighters answer an alarm at their own building, just in the name of training.
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and also Tonya Harding's career as a boxer takes a big hit on the chin.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, the search for a fault free round goes on at the Roanoke Valley Horse Show. Racing Indy style from the state capital, and we'll hit the diamond at the College World Series. All that and more coming up in sports.))

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Hollins Firefighters fine- tuned their skills in Roanoke County today.
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((DISPATCHER: STRUCTURE FIRE, SMOKE IN THE RESIDENCE, COMPANY FIVE, LADDER FIVE, RESCUE FIVE. 7401 BARRENS ROAD.))
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Crews practiced using fire and ladder trucks on a simulated fire at the station. Since firefighters may only use some of their skills once a year -- training ensures they're always prepared.
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((A. C. HOLLINS JR./HOLLINS FIRE CHIEF: TODAY THERE'S A LOT OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OUT THERE AND EVEN NORMAL CONSTRUCTION, SUCH AS A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING, THERE'S SO MANY COMPOSITE MATERIALS - PLASTICS AND PVC PLASTIC WATER LINES THAT ONCE THEY CATCH ON FIRE THEY OMIT TOXIC FUELS AND SO ONE NEEDS TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY'RE GETTING INTO BEFORE THEY RUSH IN.))
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Hollins Firefighters respond to about a thousand calls a year, while the Rescue Sqad responds to about four-thousand -- making them one of the busiest departments in Western Virginia. Hollins says that's mainly because of the large number of nursing homes in the area and the stretch of Interstate-81 that runs through the county.
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[TAKE HOLLINS PHONE FS] If you're interested in volunteering you can call 540-561-8026.
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A ride through Southwest Virginia helped raise money for a debilitating disease today.
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The Star City Chapter of Southern Cruisers held its 6th annual Poker Run to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Southern Cruisers started supporting the MS- society six years ago when one of its members was affected by the disease.
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((NANCY SIMMONS/MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY SPECIAL EVENTS DIRECTOR: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS IS A CHRONIC DISEASE OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM. IT USUALLY AFFECTS PEOPLE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 20 50 AND MORE WOMEN USUALLY HAVE MS THAN MEN AND THERE'S ABOUT 400,000 AMERICANS LIVING WITH THE DISEASE.))
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More than 23- hundred people living in the Blue Ridge area have the disease. 60- percent of the money raised today will help fund local educational and support programs. The other 40- percent will go towards finding a cause and cure for the disease.
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[Wine-Fest]


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The 12th annual Roanoke Valley Wine Festival will be "un-corked" on the front lawn of the Hotel Roanoke tomorrow.
Six local wineries will be sampling and selling their wines along with music and other vendors. Admission is 20- dollars, but organizers say it's money well spent.
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((CHRISTIANA CRANWELL/WINE FESTIVAL ORGANIZER: EVERY PENNY THAT WE MAKE TOMORROW IS GOING TOWARDS CENTER IN THE SQARE'S OPERATING FUND. AS YOU KNOW, WE'VE BEEN PRETTY HARD HIT JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE THIS YEAR AND BEEN SCAMBLING TO MAKE UP THE DIFFERENCE.))
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Hickory Hills Winery, located near Smith Mountain Lake, is one of the businesses participating in the festival. Wine- maker Roger Furrow says he hopes the festival will expose people to the number of quality wines produced in Virginia.
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((ROGER: WHAT WE'D LIKE PEOPLE TO FIND OUT IS THAT THERE ARE A NUMBER OF PRIME GRAPE GROWING AND WINE MAKING REGIONS RIGHT IN THE ROANOKE AREA AND IT MAKES A WONDERFUL WAY TO SPEND A SATURDAY AFTERNOON - TOURING WINERIES.))
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[TAKE WDBJ webaddress] The festival runs tomorrow from noon until five. For more information you can log-on to our website at WDBJ7.com and click on "websites in the news."
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Still to come on the newscast, Miss Virginia 2004 is celebrating tonight. We'll show you who took home the tiara.
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and also, nudity in art is nothing new, but rarely do you see three-THOUSAND people baring it all. We'll have that story in just a little bit.
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[Senior-Thirst]


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It's a fact that as we age, we lose our sense of thirst. That's why the elderly are at greater risk of dehydration -- especially in the summer. That lack of thirst puts them at risk for dehydration, heat stroke, even death.
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Now researchers are trying to find out why it happens. Volunteers are infused with a salt solution to make them thirsty -- then put into a "petscan" machine to see what happens to their brain.
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((ELDERLY PEOPLE AS THEY GET THIRSTY GET THE SIGNAL, MISINTERPRET IT, DON'T RESPOND TO IT, AND GET DEHYDRATED WITHOUT REALLY BEING AWARE))
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After this first round of human studies are finished, more animal tests will be conducted. It's hoped that pharmeceutical companies may be able to use the research to develop therapies or pills that will prevent this potentially life threatening problem.
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They're supposed to make your home smell good -- but new research shows air fresheners could make you sick.
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In a recent E-P-A study, researchers measured the reaction between the fragrances commonly found in home air fresheners, and high levels of ozone gas. They found that the chemical reaction produced a few dangerous compounds including formaldehyde -- a known carcinogen that can affect respiratory health. But the E-P-A says although the findings are important....the public should not be overly concerned.
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((ESSENTIALLY YOU ARE MAKING IT SO YOU HAVE SMOG INCIDENTS INSIDE YOUR HOUSE SIMILAR TO THOSE OUTSIDE YOUR HOUSE. YOU REALLY DON'T WANT TO DO THAT.))
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Experts say the study only confirms what they've said all along --- that using ozone generators to eliminate household

odors is a bad idea.
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They say a picture's worth a thousand words -- but one photo shoot in Cleveland may have you at a loss for words.

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Thousands of people bared their all during a four-hour photo shoot this morning in the city's Voinovich park. The event set a North American record for the largest number of nude people in a photo, with two thousand seven hundred 54 people participating.
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((PARTICIPANT ONE: WHY AM I DOING THIS?...ART IS UNREAL.////PARTICIPANT TWO: WE'RE PROUD... A RESTRICTION.))
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Photographer Spencer Tunick is known for taking naked pictures of people in public places. This is the first since a controversial Supreme Court decision allowed him to do a shoot four years ago in New York.

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Boxing analysts say Tonya Harding's career as a boxer has taken a severe beating, along with her face.
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Harding faced 22 year old Amy Johnson in Canada last night. Her night did not get off to a good start, in fact the crowd booed her as she entered the ring. And then it continued as she was outmatched for most of the bout. The fight was stopped just a minute into the third round. Harding made 25-thousand dollars for the fight. She says her career has NOT been K-O'd.
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Coming up, we'll take a ride in the Horse Show's Grand Prix, the College World Series is down to two, and Chip Sullivan is in the hunt at the PGA Club Pro Championship, but first our extra point,
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Mother Nature had her way again today at the all England Club. Rain and wet weather postponed every match at Wimbledon. It's the second time this week that the day's entire schedule has been wiped out. For just the third time in the 127 year history of the event, matches will be played on the middle Sunday of the tournament.
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The 33rd Roanoke Valley Horse Show wrapped up tonight with the 20th Grand Prix taking over the floor of the Salem Civic Center as a host of challengers took aim at 7 time champion Aaron Vale.
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A packed house turned out to check out the showjumping.
Ian Silitch was one of those trying to put the heat on Vale. Silitch rode three different mounts tonight and had a clear round on the first of his entries Brave Ally, eventually making it through to the jump off.
Tracy Bartko Magness also turned in a fault free round on Kilpatrick.
But the night belonged once again to Vale. Vale rode four different horses including Romulus right here. He took 1st, 2nd and 4th grabbing his record 8th Grand Prix title and big share of the 50 thousand dollar total purse.
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Right next door, the Salem Avalanche doubled up the Kinston Indians tonight 10 to 5, pounding out 13 hits in the process. Salem jumped on top with 3 runs in each of the first two innings and never looked back. The Avs and Indians close out the series tomorrow afternoon at 2pm, followed by a three day All Star break.

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In the College World Series, Texas and Cal State Fullerton are down to the best of three. In Game one, Fullerton's Felipe Garcia delivered this 2 out, 2 run single in the first inning. It was 3-nothing after one and the Titans grabbed a 1-oh lead in the series. They can close it out tomorrow while Texas hopes to force a game three on Monday.
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The Nascar Busch Series drivers traded paint at the Milwaukee Mile tonight as they honored Wisconsin native, the late Alan Kulwicki with a race named for the former Cup Champion.
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This might be the reason Johnny Sauter lost his Cup ride. He gives Casey Atwood a nudge and Atwood backs the Navy machine into the wall in turn one.
Later, more trouble for Sauter who smacks the concrete all by himself.
David Stremme and Shane Hmiel are battling for the lead with under 50 laps to go. We'll have an update on News 7 Mornin'.
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The Nextel Cup drivers hit the road course at Sonoma in tomorrow's Dodge/Save Mart 350. Pole winner Jeff Gordon led Happy Hour practice today. The ten turn, 2 mile circuit has a new coat of pavement, which is proving to be a bit of an adjustment for the drivers.
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[SUPER=01-Robby Gordon/Starts 24th Sunday; :20]
[SUPER=01-Bobby Labonte/Starts 10th Sunday; :30]
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[OUT Q=trying to pass people."]
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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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The Indy cars tried to tame Richmond International Raceway tonight in the SunTrust Indy Challenge and several cars gave the new SAFER barrier a workout.
Late in the race, Darrio Franchiti and Mark Taylor got together to bring out the yellow.
Dan Wheldon then held off Helio Castroneves in a one lap shootout to claim his 2nd win this season.
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[OUT Q=so that's awesome."]
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Ashley Plantation Pro Chip Sullivan fired a 1-under 71 in today's third round of the PGA Club Pro Championship at the Longaberger Golf Club in Ohio. He is currently at 6-under for the tournament, 6 shots off the lead. The top 25 fi
nishers qualify for the year's final major---the PGA Championship in Koehler, Wisconsin in late August.



[Miss-Virginia]


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Finally tonight, here she is, Miss Virginia 2004.
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Mariah Rice was crowned Miss Virginia tonight at the Roanoke Civic Center. She will now go on to compete against 51 other contestants in the Miss America Pageant on September 18th in Atlantic City. But before she heads to New Jersey, you can catch her tomorrow morning right here on your hometown station. She will (------------) appear on News 7 Sunday Morning, that begins at 8 o'clock.