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Coming up on News 7-
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People come out tonight to remember a child killed in a lawnmower accident.
David Bowie is hospitalized. We'll have details.
Plus One Survivor is coming to the area.
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[Talent=Jean]


And how to handle athletes who get in trouble with the law. Part two of a special report
News 7 at Eleven is next.

[Bank-Robbery]


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Good evening.
Henry County authorities say they know the man suspected in a bank robbery, but he's not yet behind bars.
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A warrant's been issued for 27 year old Victor Withers of Ruffin North Carolina.
Deputies believe he robbed the Fidelity Bank in Collinsville on Wednesday and is travelling in a black 4-door Hyundai Elantra with North Carolina license plates.
Henry County deputies say his accomplice is in custody.
Carl Jeffery Smith of Pittsylvania County was arrested in Danville on unrelated charges.
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[WMD]


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A scathing report out today accusing the CIA of overstating the Iraqi threat.
But it found no evidence that the White House pressured the CIA to reach specific conclusions.
Patty Davis has more.
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((THE REPORT IS HARSHLY CRITICAL OF THE C-I-A FOR PROVIDING BAD INTELLIGENCE THAT IRAQ HAD WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION INTELLIGENCE THAT LED TO WAR.
SEN. JAY D. ROCKEFELLER IV/(D)INTELLIGENCE CMTE VICE CHAIRMAN: "We in Congress would not have authorized that war -- we would not have authorized that war with 75 votes if we knew what we know today." NO WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION HAVE BEEN FOUND IN IRAQ. IN ITS REPORTS, THE SENATE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE FOUND THE CIA GOT IT WRONG BY KEEPING KEY FACTS FROM ITS OWN ANALYSTS, BY RELYING ON QUESTIONABLE SOURCES AND BY MAKING TOO MANY ASSUMPTIONS. IT CRITICIZES OUTGOING CIA DIRECTOR GEORGE TENET. HIS TEMPORARY REPLACEMENT JOHN MCLAUGHLIN SAYS THE AGENCY HAS LEARNED FROM ITS MISTAKES. JOHN MCLAUGHLIN/DEPUTY DIRECTOR, C.I.A.: "We get it." PRESIDENT BUSH ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL IN PENNSYLVANIA CALLED THE REPORT USEFUL AND SAID GETTING RID OF SADDAM HUSSEIN WAS STILL A WORTHY CAUSE. PRESIDENT BUSH: He was a dangerous man. The world is better off without Saddam Hussein in power and American is safer. BUT DEMOCRATS SAY THEY STILL WANT TO KNOW WHETHER THE WHITE HOUSE TWISTED THE INTELLIGENCE IT RECEIVED. THAT PART OF THE REPORT WON'T COME OUT UNTIL AFTER THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS. PATTY DAVIS, FOR CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

[Hassoun]


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The marine that was missing and then thought to have been kidnapped by an Islamic militant group- is in Ramstein, Germany today for a physical and mental check up. Wassef Ali Hassoun was said to be in "excellent shape."
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For the first time the U-S Central Command released interviews with other Marines and monitored phone calls made by Hassoun AFTER he dissapeared. That's what led the military to classify him as a deserter until the corporal turned up on an Islamic website. Rumors that the kidnapping was a hoax and the violence in Lebanon has left the Hassoun family feeling vulnerable.
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((MOHAMAD HASSOUN/BROTHER:YOU ARE ALL AWARE OF THE POSSIBILITIES REPORTED IN THE MEDIA OF A HOAX. YOU ARE ALSO AWARE OF THE EVENTS THAT TOOK THE LIFE OF TWO INDIVIDUALS IN TRIPOLI, LEBANON YESTERDAY. WE FEEL LIKE WE'RE BEING ATTACKED ON TWO FRONTS.))
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Hassoun is expected to be back in the U-S in three or four days.
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[Troops-Rally]


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Both sides of the presidential election and of the war in Iraq were in downtown Lynchburg today hoping to make a few converts.
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For 137 straight weeks, this group of veterans and residents has been showing its support for the troops by rallying on Church Street every Friday.
Today, they were joined by a man who also supports the troops, but wants to get rid of their commander in chief.
Jack Mills says the movie "Fahrenheit 9/11" turned him into a John Kerry supporter.
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((JACK MILLS/OPPOSES IRAQ WAR: FOR TWENTY YEARS, I'VE TRIED TO VOTE JUST FOR THE PERSON. AND WHEN I CAME OUT OF THAT MOVIE, I KNEW MOST OF THOSE FACTS, BUT TO SEE THOSE FACTS MADE ME A DEMOCRAT UNTIL BUSH WAS GONE.)) ((LEN GLASER/SUPPORTS TROOPS: WE'RE HERE BECAUSE WE HAVE A RIGHT TO EXHIBIT WHAT WE BELIEVE IN AND EVERYBODY HAS A RIGHT TO THEIR OPINION, WHETHER WE LIKE IT OR NOT. THAT'S WHY THE TROOPS ARE OVER THERE, THAT'S WHY THE TROOPS HAVE DIED AND THAT'S WHY THE WARS ARE FOUGHT.))
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Glaser (GLAY-zer) says he and the other veterans will continue to hold their weekly rally until the last American soldier comes home.
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[Fundraiser]


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It's been more than two months since a young Botetourt County boy was killed in a traffic accident.
Tonight, family, friends, and perfect strangers came out to remember Justin Simmons. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=JEan & Justin /BAM;]


Our own Justin McLeod attended the tribute and joins us now with more. Justin?
Jean, his bright smile earned him the nickname "sunshine"
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His death touched so many in the community including a local man who knows what the family is going through.
He lost his sister at a young age and that prompted he and his wife to organize this tribute.
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Nearly a hundred people came out to Bonsack Baptist Church for a concert celebration in memory of Justin Simmons.
He is the four year old boy who was killed in April by a riding lawn mower while playing in his baby sitter's yard in Daleville.
Tonight's event featured performances by several local Christian bands and Justin's aunt.
Many who showed up never even knew the boy.
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((ALISHA HARTMAN/EVENT ORGANIZER: ON THE FLIERS WE PUT A LITTLE SUNSHINES ON IT BECAUSE HE LOVED THE COLOR YELLOW EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT AND YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE SEEM TO BE THE THEME SONG GOING ON THERE WITH HIM BUT YOU COULD JUST TAKE A LOOK AT HIS PICTURES AND THEN TALKING TO HIS FAMILY TO KNOW HE WAS A LITTLE ANGEL.))
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Many of Justin's family were at tonight's service.
They tell us they have good days as well as bad ones but they're comforted and overwhelmed by the support in the community.
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((ROY PETTY/JUSTIN'S GRANDFATHER: IT HAS AMAZED US FROM THE FIRST DAY OF HOW OTHER PEOPLE HAVE SUPPORTED US AND MY FAMILY. IT JUST AMAZED ME HOW MUCH THEY REALLY CARE AND I REALLY THINK THIS IS GOOD FOR US AND THIS SHOW WE HAVE PEOPLE IN THIS WORLD STILL ACT LIKE THEY ARE AMERICANS AND CARE FOR OTHER PEOPLE.))
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[OUT Q=for other people]
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Tonight's concert was free but people were asked to make a donation to help support the family.
That money will be used to pay for funeral expenses as well as doctor bills.
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We should mention an investigation determined that Justin was not properly supervised the day of the accident.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /BAM;]


But Jean, no charges were filed and the day care operator voluntarily gave up her child care license.

[Dublin-Fire]


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Workers at a Dublin plant are out of a job for the next week because of a fire.
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This morning crews were using a crane to remove a 30 by 40 foot section of burned roof from the Electroplate Rite plant. A fire broke out in the boiler room around 4:00 Thursday morning damaging a large section of the building. The plant manager says 90-percent of production is shut down. Electroplate-Rite specializes in applying a metal protective coating to metal parts. The company's hoping to get about half of its 58 employees back to work next week.
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[Proposal]


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"How to Lose Guy in Ten Days" was tonight's Movie in the Park... but one young lady found her guy's heart and a whole lot more.
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Melissa Lynn Robertson and David Blevins won one of the games before tonight's event.
But Melissa wasn't expecting the prize David had.
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((I'M IN LOVE WITH YOU MELISSA LYNN ROBERTSON. MARRY ME. BE MY WIFE. NAT CHEERING))
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Melissa said yes. Congratulations.
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Plenty of musicians pull up roots and head to Nashville. Now a local recording studio is too.
Details when News 7 returns.
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and what happens when you realize you've won the mega millions lottery?
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((I WAS JUST STANDING THERE AT THE TV LOOKING OH MY GOD OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD))
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We'll hear from this former maid.. who definitely made out on this one.
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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office as the Avalanche takes game three and its series with the Hillcats. UVa's Ottawa Anderson is out for the season after being charged with assault and battery. Steve Mason wraps up out series Above the Game with a look at precautionary measures. And the Tropicana 400 takes marketing to a new level - tonight on the Big 7.))
[McDonalds]

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McDonalds is facing yet another lawsuit- this time over its french fries.
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The fast food chain promised in September of 2002 to switch to a lower fat oil for its fries by February of this year.
But it delayed the plan over what it called concerns of product quality and customer satisfaction.
The federal lawsuit say McDonald's should have disclosed it did not switch to the healthier oil afterall.
A spokesman for the company says it will comment until it sees the lawsuit.
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[Doobie-Shea]


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A Franklin County recording studio that's produced award-winning music is now moving to Music City... and the record label that shares its name is dissolving.
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Doobie Shea Studios will soon re-locate to the Nashville area, where it will be closer to many of the musicians it serves.
Tim Austin built his first studio here in 1987, and says he hates to leave the area, but is looking forward to new opportunities in Tennessee.
The recording studio and Austin's home sit on 10 and a half acres near Boones Mill. The property is now for sale.
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[Bowie]


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Singer David Bowie has undergone emergency heart surgery.
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A spokesman says doctors discovered an acutely blocked artery in Bowie's heart when he came in for treatment of a pinched nerve.
Bowie is reportedly recovering well after an emergency angioplasty.
Bowie canceled the remaining eleven performances of his European tour when he went into the hospital last week.
The singer is known for such hits as Changes and Fame.
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[Ethan-Zohn]


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Survivor Winner Ethan Zohn is coming to the Roanoke Valley next month.
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[SUPER=04-CBS - SEG Inc.]

He won Survivor Africa and is now on the speaker's circuit, lecturing on character.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]

Hollins University feels Zohn fits in nicely with its goal for freshman orientation, getting students to take responsibility for their own success.
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((SO WE THOUGHT THE THEME OF SURVIVOR AND THE PERSONAL CHALLENGE PART OF THAT PROGRAM FIT NICELY WITH WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO GET THE STUDENTS TO DO DURING THEIR FIRST YEAR WHICH IS TO EXPLORE, GO OUTSIDE OF THEIR COMFORT ZONE A LITTLE BIT, GET INVOLVED AS MUCH AS THEY CAN AND TO TRY AND CREATE THEIR OWN SUCCESS.))
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It's not a public event, but University officials hope to be able to accommodate at least SOME members of the community if they're interested in attending.
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Will the heat stay on for the weekend?
Robin has the forecast when News 7 returns.
And we've all lost our keys once or twice.
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[VO-NAT]


Still ahead, why it took this man 16 years and two major surgeries to find his.
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[Amos-Demolition]


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Lots of people build their careers creating all kinds of structures.
But Alan Amos has built his career by tearing them down one by one.
Connie Stevens has the story of Roanoke's Demolition Man.
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((
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Hollywood may have Wesley Snipes and Sylvester Stallone....but Roanoke has Alan Amos, a man proving that what goes up, often has to come down.
Amos has been taking it out on bricks and mortar for some 42 years. He's obliterated everything from the Best Products Building, the site that made way for this t-v station-- to the old Lewis Gale Hospital, landlocked in downtown Roanoke at the corner of Luck and Third Streets. In 1973, he pounded down the American Theatre, which for years hosted the Miss Virginia Pageant.
One thing Amos has never been is bored.
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((ALAN AMOS: YOU SEE BIG GROWN MEN STOP AND LOOK AT IT, THE MEN GROW UP BUT THE TOYS JUST GET BIGGER-- IT'S SOMETHING THAT EVERYONE LOVES TO SEE. IT'S A DIRTY JOB BUT WE LOVE TO DO IT.)) [RUNS:15]
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((CONNIE STEVENS: CONCRETE PULVERIZERS, GRAPPLES AND HEADACHE BALLS...IT'S ALL IN A DAYS WORK FOR ALAN AMOS, WHO STARTED WITH JUST A SLEDGEHAMMER.)) [RUNS:09]
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((ALAN AMOS: WE HAD A DUMP TRUCK AND SOME TOUGH GUYS THAT WORKED AND THAT WAS IT. WE DID IT ALL BY HAND, WE USED TO SALVAGE EVERYTHING, SELL EVERYTHING, THAT'S HOW WE MADE OUR LIVING.)) [RUNS:11]
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But times have changed-- demolitions like today's event, the deconstruction of Patrick Henry High School's Persinger Hall require weeks of paperwork and environmental compliance before the walls can topple.
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[IN Q=When I started out]

((ALAN AMOS: WHEN I STARTED OUT YOU DIDN'T HAVE TO DO ANYTHING-- JUST GO GET A PERMIT AND TEAR DOWN A BUILDING, MAKE SURE THE POWER WAS DISCONNECTED, THE GAS WAS DISCONNECTED AND ROLL ON. )) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=and roll on.]


And does Amos the Destructor harbor any fantasies about taking dynamite to something big?
You betcha.
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That's the old flour mill-- a fortress of buildings and silos on South Jefferson Street.
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((ALAN AMOS: WE WOULD HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY WHERE WE COULD STRUTT OUR STUFF, SHOW PEOPLE WE COULD DO ANYTHING.)) [RUNS:07]
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Hey, we've all gotta have dreams.
Connie Stevens, News 7.))

[Key-Leg]


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When you lose your keys they are often in the last place you expect, but would you ever think to look in your LEG?

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Hasanali Biravand lost his keys 16 years ago and his search has finally ended. In 1986 Biravand accidentally shot himself in the leg. He had surgery to remove the bullet from his leg and recovered. But recently, Biravand had been experiencing some pain in the same injured leg. After going to the hospital for an x-ray the doctors found the cause of the problem, and solved the case of the missing keys. Biravand again had surgery on his leg but this time it was to remove his keys from his leg, 16 years later.
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[S-Extra]


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More trouble for a UVA football player. Part two of our Above the Game series with Steve Mason. And qualifying results from Chicago. But first your Extra Point -
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[SUPER=03-Anfers, France/OLN; :00]

Stage six of the Tour De France a survival day for Lance Armstrong today. Just about 20 minutes after the riders began their 122 mile long trek, Armstrong and several others were thrown from their bikes. He was not seriously hurt and he was able to get back into the pack and post a respectable finish. He is still in 6th place. Belgium's Tom Boonen won the stage today, while France's Thomas Voeckler still has the yellow jersey and the overall lead.
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[S-Cats]


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We begin tonight on the Carolina league basepaths as the Avs and Hillcats played the final game of their three game set at City Stadium.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Avalanche vs. Hillcats; :00]

Both teams were ready for the rubber match in this series. But the Avalanche bats were in motion early, Adam Seuss slices one into shallow left. It drops for a base hit and an RBI as Josh Anderson comes home to make it 1-to-nothing. Now on to the 3rd, the Avs would add another one as Ryan Stegall lines one over the second baseman's head. Jeff Mackor scores from second and it's 2-to-nothing. The Avs' Ryan Kochen would pick up another run in the fourth with this solo homer to left.
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The Avs get the 9 to 4 win. They returns home tomorrow night to host Potomac.
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[S-UVa]


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UVa rising senior Ottawa Anderson will not play for the Cavs this coming season. Al Groh made that call today after Anderson's recent problems with the law became public. Anderson and an acquaintance, Jessica Turner, have been charged with assault and battery after police responded to a domestic dispute involving the two. Police also obtained emergency protective orders against both of them.
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]

Anderson started 13 games last season and caught 33 passes in his junior season. Anderson could redshirt this coming season and return in 2005, although that seems highly unlikely at this time. He is originally from Norfolk and Norview high school.
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[S-Action]


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Anderson's problems are unfortunately all to common in college athletics.
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And they are disapointing when you consider the amount of time and money UVa and Tech invest in educating their athletes about simply doing the right thing. Tonight, Steve Mason wraps up our series "Above the Game" with a look at what Tech and UVa are doing to nip unacceptable behavior in the bud.
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((Tech and UVa are bitter rivals but the Cavaliers are not only sympathetic but supportive of Tech atheltic director Jim Weaver and the Hokies in the midst of Marcus Vicks troubles. ((CRAIG LITTLEPAGE/UVA ATHLETIC DIRECTOR:))
Tech's football coaching staff and its administration go to great lengths each year to educate their players on the pitfalls of playing big time college football. ((BILLY HITE/VT ASSOCIATE HEAD FOOTBALL COACH:))
While Marcus Vick's future remains in the dark, suspended by the team, Tech men's basketball coach Seth Greenberg makes sure his kids see the light through a notebook equipped with countless newspaper clippings and headlines. ((SETH GREENBERG/VA. TECH MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH:)) UVa head men's basketball coach Pete Gillen floods his kids with constant reminders of what to do and what not to do.

((PETE GILLEN/UVA MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH:))
UVa's administration also takes preventative measures through selective recruitment and informative discussions with prespective student athletes before arriving on campus.)) ((:))
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[S-Chicago]


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NASCAR is in the Chicagoland area for a Tropicana sponsored race weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Joliet, IL/Speed; :00]

Qualifying was just underway for the Busch cars when the "Windy City" living up to its name. A summer storm blows into the track and blows this 20 foot tall Tropicana orange right onto the asphalt the. They finally stopped the Orange, but they couldn't stop Jeff Gordon who won his 4th straight pole.
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[GO TO QUALIFYING BOARDS]
[SUPER=#556]
[SUPER=X5013;]
[SUPER=0107-1. Jeff Gordon/186.942/2. Kasey Kahne/186.871/3. Jimmie Johnson//4. Brian Vickers//5. Greg Biffle//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-6. Jeff Burton//7. Mike Bliss//8. Ryan Newman//9. Joe Nemechek//10. Tony Stewart//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-11. Bobby Labonte//12. Casey Mears//13. Elliott Sadler//14. Jamie McMurray//15. Brendan Gaughan/;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-16. Scott Riggs//17. Kevin Harvick//18. Mark Martin//19. Jeremy Mayfield//20. Rusty Wallace//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-21. Kurt Busch//22. Ward Burton//23. Robby Gordon//24. Terry Labonte//25. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-26. Matt Kenseth//27. Kevin Lepage//28. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.//29. Dale Jarrett//30. Ricky Rudd//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-31. John Andretti//32. Sterling Marlin//33. Hermie Sadler//34. Jimmy Spencer//35. Ricky Craven//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-36. Dave Blaney//37. Chad Blount//38. Jeff Green//39. Michael Waltrip/Prov/40. Scott Wimmer/Prov/;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-41. Ken Schrader/Prov/42. Kyle Petty/Prov/43. P.J. Jones/Prov/;]
[RUNS=:45]
[OUT Q=...last driver]
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[S-Baseball]


[ANCHOR=mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-180 TC2639]
[GRAPHIC=COMMONWEALTH GAMES]
[ENG#=1]


The opening ceremonies for the 15th annual Commonwealth Games take place next Friday, but today the games opened with the baseball portion of the program.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


64 of the state's best high school players went through showcase day at Kiwanis Field, putting their speed, arm strength, and hitting on display.
Every major league team had a scout on hand, along with about 30 college coaches.
For the players, the process can be a little overwhelming.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=BITE]
[SUPER=01-Will Inman/Tunstall Pitcher; :05]
[SUPER=01-Dathan Crews/Dan River Outfielder; :12]
[RUNS=:19]
[OUT Q=you don't want to trip." DOUBLE OUT!!]
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[VO-NAT]


For most of the all stars on hand this weekend this is their first experience in a pressurized setting where getting exposure is the name of the game.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=BITES]
[SUPER=01-John Castleberry/Texas Rangers Scout; :02]
[SUPER=01-Jay Phillips/Virginia Tech Assistant Coach; :19]
[RUNS=:27]
[OUT Q=to see the best players."]
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[anchor=mike]
[graphic=COMMONWEALTH GAMES]


The West team is the local entry in the games, which begin tomorrow morning at 8:30.
[TOSS TO BREAK]

[megamillions]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=Mega Millions]
[ENG#=1]


You could say the winner of the Mega Millions lottery really cleaned up.
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[Vo-nat]
[Super=03-Braintree, MA;]


That's right.. 57 year old Geraldine Williams is a house cleaner and retired janitor .
Now she's won the 294 million dollar lottery jackpot.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT02]
[IN Q=]

((GERALDINE WILLIAMS/MEGA MILLIONS WINNER; I DON'T KNOW WHAT' IT LIKE TO HAVE MONEY. I HOPE IT DOESN'T CHANGE ME.. SILENCE APPLAUSE.))
[SUPER=01-Geraldine Williams/Mega Millions Winner;]
[RUNS=12]
[OUT Q=silence and applause.]
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[vo-nat]
Williams road to wealth began with a 5 dollar quick pick at a liquor store in her hometown.
Geraldine will receive a single lump sum payment of 117 million dollars AFTER taxes.
She says she plans to travel, give to charity and take golf lessons. Not bad for a mother of three and grandmother of eight.. who is also a former marine.
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