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Coming up on News 7-
Some change is on the way to Victory Stadium.
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Is a local car dealership selling wrecked cars? At least two customers say yes.. and they're suing. And a cell phone catches fire in a teens back pocket. What went wrong.. coming up.
Plus is Coach K.. headed to the Lakers?
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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Victory Stadium gets a facelift and the city hopes you'll like it whether you're for a new stadium or renovating the old one.
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((ROBYN SCHON/ROANOKE CIVIC CENTER SPOKESPERSON: FOR PEOPLE USED TO GOING TO VICTORY STADIUM AND USING THOSE RESTROOMS THEY OUGHT TO BE PLEASED.))
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The future of Victory Stadium has been on hold for months now.
But the city of Roanoke says it could only wait so long and something needed to be done. [***VICTORY STADIUM GRAPHIC***]
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Justin McLeod is here now to tell us all about it. So Justin what's changed?
Jean, the city has made some improvements to the stadium.
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They are minor in nature but just about everyone will agree they're a big improvement.
And many will get to see it for the first time at the July Fourth celebration.
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((((NAT SOUND OF OPENING BATHROOM DOOR))
When people enter the bathrooms here at Victory Stadium they usually leave angry.
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((ROBYN SCHON/ROANOKE CIVIC CENTER SPOKESPERSON: BATHROOMS ARE PROBABLY THE LARGEST COMPLAINT BECAUSE THEY ARE SO OUTDATED.)) [Runs04]
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Outdated because they are more than forty years old.
Soap and paper towel dispensers usually don't work and guys have always had to use a trough like urinal.
Many have wondered why the city has done so little for so long.
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((ROBYN SCHON/ROANOKE CIVIC CENTER SPOKESPERSON: MORE THAN ANYTHING IT IS THE BUDGET. WE DON'T HAVE A HUGE BUDGET TO WORK WITH VICTORY STADIUM BECAUSE THAT WE HAVE ARE NOT HUGE MONEY MAKERS.)) [Runs07]
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But the Civic Center which runs operations at Victory Stadium realized improvements needed to be made. ((NAT SOUND OF URINAL FLUSHING))
Workers recently installed urinals in the men's room on the west side.
They are also new dispensers and toliet seats in most of the bathrooms.
Crews also painted all the outside walls and concession stands.
The city concedes this is only a band aid and agrees the stadium needs major renovations.
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((ROBYN SCHON: WE'VE GOT CRUMBLING CONCRETE AND I MEAN THERE'S A LAUNDRY LIST A HALF MILE LONG THAT NEED TO BE DONE TO IT. RIGHT NOW, THAT WILL JUST HAVE TO BE DETERMINED AS MOVE FORWARD WITH THE NEW STADIUM AMPHITHEATER PROJECT AS TO HOW MUCH TIME AND ENERGY WE CAN PUT INTO VICTORY STADIUM.)) [Runs13]
[OUT Q=PUT INTO VICTORY STADIUM]))
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The future of Victory Stadium will be up to city council
Brian Wishneff who led the fight to save the stadium and was recently elected to council says he plans to bring the issue up possibly at Tuesday's meeting.
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Jean, he hopes the city will hire a consultant to determine how much it will cost to renovate Victory Stadium.

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Lynchburg's loss is Amherst County's gain.
County officials say Old Dominion Footwear plans to consolidate its corporate headquarters and distribution operations in the Amelon Square Industrial Park.
The county says Old Dominion's outgrown its facilities in the Hill City and will relocate to Amherst County by next May.

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There are some new faces in Lynchburg City Hall.
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Ceasor Johnson, Michael Gillette and Jeff Helgeson (HEL-guh-son) were sworn in as the three newest members of city council.
They replace Ed Barksdale, Julian Adams and Robert Garber in their respective Ward seats.
Council also chose Carl Hutcherson to serve another two-year term as mayor.
Joan Foster will replace Bert Dodson as vice-mayor.
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[Cell-Phone]


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A cell phone catches fire in a California teens back pocket.
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A battery malfunction is to blame. It heated to more than 400 degrees.. while the girl was in the kitchen of a rec center.
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((JOHNNY THOMPSON/PUT OUT FIRE: SHE PANICKED. WE ALL PANICKED. SHE RAN INSIDE THE KITCHEN AND SAID I'M ON FIRE. I'M ON FIRE.))
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Thompson was able to put the fire out with water. The 16 year old was taken to the hospital with second degree burns.
Firefighters have what's left of the phone and the girl's pants.
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((FRANK HUDDLESTON/ONTARIO FIRE DEPT: ALL I KNOW IS THE BATTERY EXPLODED WITH HEAT.. ENOUGH TO IGNITE DENIM. IT ACTUALLY CONSUMED THE PLASTIC OF THE BATTERY CASE SO THERE WAS SOME FIRE.))
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[Vo-Nat]
On June 21st verizon started telling its customers about defective batteries in some of its L-G-T- M 510 phones. the problem- batteries oculd overheat, expand and start a fire.
In this case it's a different phone.. a kyocera- the model number burned away, but on the face of the phone clearly stamped the verizon logo.
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[Auto-Villa]


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A Danville woman is suing a local used car dealer.
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When Kim Adkins bought her Hyundai Tiburon (Tib-er-on) a year ago, she says the salesman at Auto Villa told her there'd been some "cosmetic damage" to the rear end. When her husband took it to Crane Tire to check out the steering, they began to learn the full extent of it.
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((KIM ADKINS/AUTO VILLA CUSTOMER: CRANE SAID IT HAD BEEN CUT. NEWS 7 Reporter: Meaning? KIM ADKINS/AUTO VILLA CUSTOMER: CUT IN HALF, WELDED BACK TOGETHER WITH PART OF ANOTHER CAR.))
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[OUT Q=of another car.]
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According to the lawsuit filed last month in federal court, the front half had been wrecked in Maryland. The back half has twice as many miles on it, came from Texas and is a 2000 model, a year older than the front. Just a matter of months before Adkins bought her Hyundai, Rob and Katrice Stewart won a six-figure jury award against Auto Villa. They bought a Honda Civic without knowing the odometer had been rolled back 40-thousand miles, that it had been wrecked three times and salvaged the third time.
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((ALTHOUGH IT MAY NOT HAVE MEANT MUCH TO AUTO VILLA; WE WERE JUST ANOTHER CUSTOMER THAT HAD GONE BY THE WAYSIDE, OR WHATEVER. BUT AT LEAST I FELT LIKE IT WAS A BIG WIN FOR THE LITTLE PEOPLE.))
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[OUT Q=the little people.]
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In the end the judge reduced the damage award to 34-thousand dollars in the Stewart case, but they still consider it a victory.
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[Rest-day]


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A new law requires employers to give weekend workers either Saturday or Sunday off or pay workers triple time.
But it may not be around for long. State lawmakers may head back to Richmond to get rid of it.
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The General Assembly passed a bill that inadvertently requires employers to give weekend workers a day of rest.
The new law went into effect today.
The Attorney General says the only way to fix the law is to call legislators into special session.
Business leaders say there is no way of knowing how many employees will take advantage of the mistake but that it's not worth finding out.
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[IN Q=WE SEE GREAT POTENTIAL FOR MISCHIEF]

((HUGH KEOGH/VIRGINIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: WE SEE GREAT POTENTIAL FOR MISCHIEF LACKING A SPECIAL SESSION. IT MAY NOT OCCUR BUT THERE'S A REAL RISK AND WE CAN'T REALLY LET THAT HAPPEN.))
[SUPER=01-Hugh Keogh/Virginia Chamber of Commerce]
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[OUT Q=AND WE CAN'T LET THAT HAPPEN.]
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A special session would cost taxpayers over 26-thousand dollars.
But some say the disruption to businesses in the state could quickly amount to millions.
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Before Roanoke can get a new high school, the old one has to go.
We'll show you when News 7 returns.
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Plus Saddam may not be in charge anymore, but he's still acting like it.
His day in court next.
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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office as the Lakers are courting Coach K big time. They qualified under the lights tonight at Daytona. The Avs return to action and play the first of three at home. And the State Am elite 8 has lots of local flavor. Plus, Serena is in line for the three-peat tonight on the Big 7.))
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Saddam Hussein and 11 of his fellow regime members faced an Iraqi judge today- and charges of murder against the Iraqi people.
A defiant Saddam told the court he is the President of Iraq- and sparred with the judge over whether the court had any jurisdiction over him.
Aleen Sirgany has more.
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((SADDAM HUSSEIN -- THE OUSTED DICTATOR ACCUSED OF DENYING IRAQIS THEIR RIGHTS FOR DECADES -- FOUND HIMSELF IN AN IRAQI COURTROOM FIGHTING FOR HIS OWN RIGHTS. VOICE OF TRANSLATOR: SADDAM HUSSEIN/FORMER IRAQI PRESIDENT: You must remember you are a judge. Don't mention occupation forces. This is shameful. SEVEN MONTHS AFTER BEING CAPTURED BY U.S. TROOPS, A TIDIED-UP SADDAM APPEARED BEFORE AN IRAQI JUDGE...AT AN AMERICAN MILITARY BASE THAT WAS ONCE HIS PALACE. THE DEPOSED LEADER INTRODUCED HIMSELF AS-- SADDAM: Saddam Hussein, the President of the Iraqi Republic. HE CONTINUED THAT DEFIANT TONE THROUGHOUT THE 26-MINUTE PROCEEDING -- AT TIMES EVEN LECTURING THE JUDGE. SADDAM: I wish you to remember you are a judge in the name of the people. SADDAM LISTENED TO THE SEVEN PRELIMINARY CHARGES LODGED AGAINST HIM. THEY INCLUDED THE 1988 CHEMICAL ATTACKS ON THE KURDS, AND THE 1991 SUPPRESSION OF THE SHIITE UPRISING. SADDAM TOOK ISSUE WITH THE SEVENTH CHARGE IN PARTICULAR...CONCERNING THE INVASION OF KUWAIT. SPEAKING IN THE THIRD PERSON, HE SAID HE DID IT TO DEFEND HIS COUNTRY'S HONOR. SADDAM: The law judged Saddam Hussein because the Kuwaitis said that they would let the Iraqi women go to the streets to sell their bodies for 10-dinars. And he sent forth to defend the honor of Iraq.
SADDAM REFUSED TO SIGN A DOCUMENT ACCEPTING THE CHARGES. HE ALSO CALLED PRESIDENT BUSH A CRIMINAL -- ACCUSING HIM OF ORCHESTRATING THIS TO HELP HIS CAMPAIGN. ALEEN SIRGANY/CBS NEWS: WHITE HOUSE OFFICIALS DISMISSED SADDAM'S ALLEGATIONS. MEANTIME, IRAQI PROSECUTORS ARE WORKING ON SPECIFIC CHARGES THEY'LL PURSUE IN THE UPCOMING TRIAL...SLATED FOR 2005. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

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Carilion Health System will provide interim management at Stonewall Jackson Hospital.
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The hospital's CEO Gary Swink stepped down effective today.
Carilion has appointed Chad Boore as the interim administrator. He is the Vice President and Hospital Administrator of Carilion Franklin Memorial Hospital. Boore will now split his time between the two facilities.
A Carilion spokesman says there have been talks about Stonewall Jackson becoming part of the Carilion Health System. But he says no decision has been made at this time.
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[School-Demolition]


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Construction will begin soon, but first crews must clear the way for a new high school in Roanoke.
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Demolition began this morning on the campus of Patrick Henry High School. Persinger (PER-singer) Hall and the school's administration building are coming down to prepare for the first phase of construction.
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((DEBBIE DANIEL/CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR: WE WILL KNOCK DOWN THESE BUILDINGS TO CLEAR THE FOOTPRINT FOR THE NEW BUILDING, AND THEN ONCE WE MOVE THE KIDS INTO THE CLASSROOM PORTION OF THE NEW BUILDING WE WILL METHODICALLY TAKE DOWN THE REST OF THE BUILDINGS.))
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[OUT Q=take down the rest of the buildings.]
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The new high school will be built over the next three years, but the main academic section of the building could be complete and ready for students by the end of 2005.
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Still ahead, Robin has a look at our weekend forecast.
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Plus a whole new view of Saturn and its famous rings thanks to a NASA probe now orbiting the planet.
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[Saturn]


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Scientists are thrilled with the information they're getting from deep space today.
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After nearly seven years and more than two billion miles, a spacecraft is orbiting the planet Saturn. The Cassinni Huygens (HOY-gens) probe slipped between a gap in Saturn's rings, taking the most detailed pictures ever and recording this noise -- apparently FROM the rings.
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((SHRIEKING NOISES FOR FIVE SECONDS)) [BUTT BUTT BUTT BUTT] ((EVEN THOUGH WE SPENT SIGNIFICANT TIME MAKING SURE THAT WE WERE CROSSING AT A POINT WHERE THERE WERE NO MAJOR HAZARDS YOU NEVER KNOW))
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The pictures may look simplistic, but the information they contain is complex, and scientists are eager to analyze the raw data. For the next four years, Cassini will tour the ringed planet and some of it 31 moons. Cassinni will release a probe called Huygens (HOY-gens) in January to explore Saturn's largest moon--Titan.
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[WX-Almanac]


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Folks are interested in the night sky and we have included some events to look for along with local weather trends in our July almanac. Here is meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner.
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A busy, bust night with qualifying from Daytona, the latest on Coach K's possible move to the Lakers. The Avs come back home, while the Barbers close out their camp and the State Am is chopped down to the elite 8. But first your Extra Point -
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[SUPER=03-Wimbledon, England/NBC; :00]

Serena Williams,who is trying to record a three-peat at Wimbledon, made it through today's semi-final test. Serena needed two and a half hours to beat Amelie Mauresmo in a matchin which she had to rally from a set down to win 6-7, 7-5, 6-4. She'll now meet 17 year old Maria Sharapova for the title.
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On the same day the ACC officially welcomed Tech and Miami to the conference - the league has now idea it might also lose it's marquee coach.
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Mike Krzyzewski, who has been at Duke for 24 seasons, is involved in serious discussions to become the next head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers. His boss at Duke held a news conference today to talk about the chances that "Coach K" might leave Durham.
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Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak met with Coach K in North Carolina.

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The Nextel Cup stars are in Daytona for their traditional fourth of July bash. Tonight they qualified under the lights for Saturday night's Pepsi 400.
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[SUPER=03-Daytona Beach, FL/Speed; :00]

Jeff Gordon, who won last week in California on the road course kept his hot streak alive tonight as we out early in time trials won the pole for the primetime race with a lap at 188 point 659 miles an hour. It's Gordon's third straight pole. Here's the starting lineup that has 4 Hendrick cars in the top 10.
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[S-Fair]


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The Salem Avs returned the field after the all-star break to open up a three game series with Winston-Salem.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Warthogs vs. Avalanche; :00]

The team had to share fans and parking with the Salem Fair which opened tonight. The Avs also had to come from behind. Chris Sampson's offering is sliced to short, but the off-balance throw will allow one run to come home and almost two.

[SUPER=37-Winston-Salem/3/Salem/4;]

But watch the head's up save at the plate as Jeff Mackor blocks theplate and applies the tage. Salem win it 4 to 3.
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Game two of the series is tomorrow night in a special 6pm start. And I suggest getting there early.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/2004 ACC Tournament; 00]

Tomorrow former Cave Spring star Tyler Lumsden who won in Salem in the ACC tournament will be back in town as the starting pitcher for the Warthogs.
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The State Am field was whittled down from 32 golfers to just 8 today. And while Vinton's Scott Wise was knocked out - several other locals are still alive including Roanoke Miller Baber, Radford's Ryan Sypniewski, Ryan Stinnett and
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Martinsville's Keith Decker who advanced with a 2-up win over Tom Ofutt in the morning round and then moved into the round of 8 by winning again this afternoon.
Decker is the elder statesman of Virginia Amateur Golf, and a favorite to win his 3rd State Am.
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Play begins tomorrow morning at 7:30

[S-COP]


[ANCHOR=mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-181 15:59]
[GRAPHIC=Ronde & tiki Barber]
[ENG#=2]


The Ronde and Tiki Barber NFL Twins Skills Camp finished up today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


Former Carolina Panther and Tampa Bay Buccaneer tight end Casey Crawford is retired but likes to coach at Ronde and Tiki's camp.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Casey Crawford/Former NFL Tight End; :00]
[RUNS=:11]
[OUT Q=......take part in it"]
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[VO-NAT]


Roanoke City sheriffs deputy Amanda Tuck spoke to the 12 to 14 year old campers about the game of life.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Amanda Tuck/Roanoke City Sheriff's Office; :00 ]
[SUPER=01-Walt Derey/NFL Twins Camp Director; :14]
[RUNS=:19]
[OUT Q=......can't take awa from ya""]
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[Spiderman]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=bda]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=None]
[ENG#=1]


The promotion has paid off. The "Spiderman 2" movie hit theaters yesterday and the much anticipated super hero sequel is getting rave reviews and breaking box office records.
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[SOT 1:15 :34]
[IN Q=Peter Parker]

((PETER PARKER. WHAT DO YOU WANT? I WANT YOU TO FIND YOUR FRIEND SPIDERMAN)) (("THE HUMAN STORY IS REALLY GOOD AND THE SPECIAL EFFECTS ARE MUCH BETTER THAN THE LAST TIME."IT WAS GREAT. JUST AS GOOD AS THE FIRST ONE, PROBABLY EVEN BETTER.))
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=probably even better.]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY]


Fans lined the street at Loews Theater in Times Square -- helping the movie rake in more than 40 million dollars on opening day --an opening day record- and impressive, given it opened on a weekday.
The film is set to become one of the summer's biggest blockbusters.
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