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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Police release the photo of a murder victim, in hopes of finding his killer. A warning that some viewers may find it u
nsettling.
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[VO-NAT]

And some questions answered for Express fans who hold season tickets.
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[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports - the latest on the Express as the fallout continues. This time a player from Ole Miss is in trouble off the field -
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[VO-NAT]


and Lance Armstrong rocks the Alps during today's time trial as the take the Tour lead by a mile.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Leo]
[SS=None]


Unsettled weather returns as we head toward the end of the work week. I'll have your forecast.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 3-Shot]


News 7 is next.
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[SOT 14:46:55]
[IN Q=We believe the]

((WE BELIEVE THE BODY CAN BE IDENTIFIED FAIRLY QUICKLY IF WE CAN GET THIS PHOTO OUT, IF WE DON'T HAVE SOME OTHER LEAD THAT CAN HELP US IDENTIFY THE BODY.))
[RUNS=07]
[OUT Q=help us identify the body.]
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[VO-NAT]

Do you know this man? He was found shot to death early this morning in Henry County. Police first have to identify him, before they can find his killer.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry. Shannon is off tonight.

[Henry-Body]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=04-23 TC43:16]
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It was a passing motorist who first spotted the body that apparently had been dumped alongside the roadway.


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[TAKE MAP FULL]
It was near the Morgan Ford bridge on Route 622 in the Sandy Level community of Henry County.
[ENG#=4]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.]


Authorities say the man was partially clothed and had been shot once in the back.
He also was wearing brown cotton gloves, but appeared to have been partially undressed by whoever killed him.
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[SOT 14:45:44]
[IN Q=It appears that]

((CAPT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE: IT APPEARS THAT SOMEBODY MADE A DILIGENT EFFORT BUT A QUICK EFFORT TO DELAY LAW ENFORCEMENT IN IDENTIFYING THE BODY. THE BODY WAS PARTIALLY CLOTHED, THE SHIRT HAD BEEN PULLED UP AROUND HIS NECK, PANTS AND UNDERWEAR HAD BEEN PULLED DOWN BELOW HIS WAIST. ONLY SOCKS REMAINED ON THE BODY. THE SHOES, HIS TENNIS SHOES WERE FOUND IN A GRASSY AREA NEARBY.))
[SUPER=01-Capt. Kimmy Nester/Henry Co. Sheriff's Office]
[RUNS=17]
[OUT Q=grassy area nearby.]
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[VO-NAT]

Police have asked us to broadcast this photo of the victim. They hope anyone who may know his identity will call the Henry County Sheriff's Office. They're also investigating whether a burned-out car found on the same road three miles away is connected with the murder.
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[Radford-Police]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=rde]
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[ENG#=1]

Radford Police are involved in ANOTHER lawsuit.
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[VO-NAT]

This time, a Pulaski man is suing former Police Chief Wes Terry and detective Jeff Bailey.
[SUPER=03-Radford/File Tape; ]

John R. Phillips says the detective invaded his privacy when he had Pulaski Police conduct a criminal background check under the guise of an investigation. Phillips was never charged with anything and is seeking 850-thousand dollars in damages for invasion of privacy, unreasonable search and seizure, malicous prosecution and emotional distress. Current Radford Police Chief Gary Harmon says he can not comment.
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[Ethan-Allen]


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Fire forced employees to evacuate the Ethan Allen Furniture plant in Dublin this morning.
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[SUPER=03-Dublin;]

Investigators believe a cloth with a flammable material on it, got on a conveyor belt, and ended up in an oven, starting the fire. No one was injuried and there was NO major damage. Employees were allowed back into the building after about an hour.
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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

[Dublin-Fire]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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[SUPER=03-Dublin/July 9;]

Investigators say an EARLIER fire at another Dublin plant was an accident. This one happened two weeks ago at the Electroplate Rite Plant. Investigators say a door was left open on a boiler, and the wooden walls caught fire. Damage is estimated at half a million dollars. Company officials say ALL employees are back to work and the plant is running at about 75-percent capacity.
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[React-Express]


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Roanoke Express fans who bought season tickets for the upcoming year will get refunds.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Season;]

The E-C-H-L terminated the Roanoke Express' membership in the league yesterday. Today the recent owners said refunds to season ticket holders will go out no later than August 16th.
[SUPER=04-August 1996; ]

Meanwhile, the General Manager of the Express during the 90's says the league has simply grown too much for Roanoke to afford.
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[SOT - 12:44]
[IN Q=We need to find a league...]

((PIERRE PAIEMENT/FORMER EXPRESS GENERAL MANAGER; WE NEED TO FIND A LEAGUE WHERE THE BUDGET WOULD BE LESS THAN A MILLION DOLLARS, WHERE THE TICKETS WOULD BE AFFORDABLE FOR A FAMILY IN ROANOKE, AND TO GO BACK WHAT IT WAS IN THE MID 90'S. ))
[SUPER=01-Pierre Paiement/Former Express General Manager; ]
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[OUT Q=what it was in the mid 90's.]
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[VO-NAT]

Paiement (PAY-mont) says 11 years ago, the operating budget for an E-C-H-L team was less than one million dollars a year. That has grown to almost 2 million today.
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[Hollins]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Hollins University has a new president.
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[TAKE APRISA FULL]
The women's college announced today that Nancy Oliver Gray will be its eleventh president.
Gray is currently president of Converse College, a liberal arts college for women in Spartanburg, South Carolina.


She will officially take office at Hollins in January.
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[Stu-Israel]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

His name is *synonymous* with Festival in the Park. But, at the end of the month, Event Zone executive director Stu Israel will resign. During his three-year tenure, Stu Israel helped produce several events, including the Charlie Daniels Band concert, which attracted 30-thousand people. He plans to open a business providing event promotion and entertainment service.
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[Winn-Dixie]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Local Winn Dixie's are closing their doors for the last time, and customers say they're losing more than just a grocery store.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Troutville]

The company announced in April it was closing its stores in Virginia. Winn Dixie has been a fixture in Troutville for 20-years, but as of 11 o'clock tonight it will be gone for good. The store has slashed prices, and this morning workers started removing machines and displays. The manager says a number of the 43 employees have taken jobs at other stores or have taken other positions with the company outside the state. The remaining Virginia Winn Dixie's are set to close between now and next April.
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[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Keith]
[SS=NONE]
[ENG#=V10]


Still ahead on News 7, Fiddlefest turns back the clock for a look at Roanoke radio's place in the birth of country and bluegrass music.
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And what happens when a wrecked car gets wrecked again?
An Axton man found out it can cost big bucks, even if you have insurance.
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[1st-Wx]
[3Car-Insurance]

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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=khu]
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When you buy a used car, as we've pointed out in our series of reports this week, the chances are the car has been in an accident before. The damage has been repaired and may not have been serious. However, your insurance company may end up severely discounting the payoff, if it turns out the car had a "salvaged" history when you bought it.
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[IN Q=Take James Cartier]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville; :00]
[SUPER=01-James Cartier/Used Car Owner; :29]
[SUPER=@keith1; 1:06]
[SUPER=01-Sammy Wright/Church Street Auto Sales; 1:25]
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[OUT Q=don't own? That's right.]

(( Take James Cartier. He bought a 1998 Toyota Corrola a couple of years ago. [10:13:12] ((He didn't realize that the vehicle had some salvage history. SURE HE DID. HE SIGNED A DOCUMENT SAYING HE DID.)) [RUNS:07] We'll come back to the dispute about what Cartier was told when he bought the car at Church Street Auto in Martinsville. Because he financed the entire purchase price, about $7,000 including taxes, he had to insure the car against collision damage. [16:05:15] ((WHEN YOU GO TO THE INSURANCE COMPANY, THEY SAY, "DO YOU NEED FULL COVERAGE?" "YES, I DO, BECAUSE THE LOAN NEEDS TO BE PROTECTED." THEY SAID, "OKAY, WE'LL WRITE IT, AND YOU'LL HAVE FULL COVERAGE. WE'LL PAY THEM OFF, IF ANYTHING HAPPENS." THEN WHEN WE HAD THE ACCIDENT, THEY RENEGED. "WE'RE NOT PAYING THIS OFF. THE CAR'S BEEN WRECKED BEFORE.")) [RUNS:17] He says it was the man at the body shop who first pointed out the car had been wrecked before Cartier bought it. [16:11] ((HE SAID THAT CAR'S BEEN TORE UP PRETTY BAD BEFORE THIS. I SAID I WAS UNDER THE IMPRESSION IT WAS JUST COSMETIC SHEET METAL. HE SAID, WELL THEY'LL TELL YOU THAT, BUT YOU HAVE TO GET UNDER THERE AND REALLY LOOK AT THE SUSPENSION ON ONE.)) [RUNS:13] By the time his son wrecked it in January, Cartier was paying 11-hundred dollars a year to insure the car. Nationwide Insurance paid barely 2-thousand dollars on the claim. Nationwide Insurance told Cartier the value of the vehicle was based on its "previous salvage history."
[SOT 10:14:05 Sammy Wright]

((THEY'RE SAYING, "OKAY, WE'RE GOING TO DISCOUNT WHAT WE'RE GOING TO PAY YOU, BECAUSE THIS CAR HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY SALVAGED.")) [RUNS:06] Though the dealer who sold the car insists Cartier knew it had been wrecked before, Sammy Wright remains sympathetic.

[10:19:45] ((IF THEY'RE GOING TO CHARGE YOU 100%, THEY SHOULD PAY YOU 100%. IF THEY'RE GOING TO DISCOUNT THE VALUE OF YOUR CAR IF SOMETHING HAPPENS TO IT, THEY SHOULDN'T CHARGE YOU FULL PREMIUM.)) [RUNS:10] A letter from Nationwide's "Total Loss Supervisor" indicates Farmers Insurance had declared the car a total loss in August, 2001 in North Carolina. [16:24:30 outside Sammy shows James the signed form] ((BUT DIDN'T YOU SAY IT WAS JUST COSMETIC DAMAGE ON IT? YEAH. THAT'S WHAT BODY WORK IS, COSMETIC DAMAGE. JUST SHEET METAL AND WHATEVER IT TOOK TO REPAIR IT.)) [RUNS:08]
[16:24:45] ((BUT THAT IS YOUR SIGNATURE, RIGHT?. UH HUM. SO YOU WERE INFORMED OF ITS SALVAGE HISTORY AND SO ON? UM HUM.)) [RUNS:06] Meanwhile, the car's been totaled... AGAIN. And Cartier still has a loan to pay off. [16:18:25] ((WE MAKE A PAYMENT NOW OF ALMOST $200 A MONTH. So you're still paying on a vehicle you don't own? DON'T OWN. THAT'S RIGHT.)) [RUNS:08]))
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Nationwide executives did not return repeated phone calls. A spokesman for the state Insurance Commissioner says there is "no blanket policy for insurance underwriters" in such circumstances.


[Wills-Heroes]


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Roanoke Valley firefighters are preparing for something they hope they won't need.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


Firefighters got free estate- planning documents, such as wills and powers of attorney, through the Will for Heroes program.
They say they're grateful for the help from state and local bar associations.
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[SOT 02:11:34:15]
[IN Q=having the opportunity]

((JIM GRIGSBY/FIRE & EMS CHIEF OF ROANOKE CITY; HAVING THE OPPORTUNITY WHEN YOU'RE THAT AGE FOR AN ORGANIZATION TO COME IN AND SAY WE'LL GIVE YOU A WILL, WE WON'T CHARGE YOU ANYTHING, AND WE'RE LOOKING INTO THIS WHEN WE'RE RESEARCHING THIS, WE KNOW WE'RE TALKING 3 OR 4 HUNDRED DOLLARS TO HAVE JUST A SIMPLE WILL DRAWN UP.))
[SUPER=01-Jim Grigsby/Roanoke Fire & EMS Chief]
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[OUT Q=will drawn up]
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If the program is successful, it will expand to include other first responders in the area.
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[Stocks]


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Stocks tumbled late in the day. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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[SUPER=440-y/102.94/10046.13/y/42.70/1874.37;]


The DOW lost 103 points.
NADAQ fell 43.
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[SPONSOR ANNOUNCE]
[COMMERCIAL]

[Fiddlefest-Radio]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Organizers of Roanoke's Fiddlefest are tuning up for their second act, set to begin tomorrow at Hollins University.
Live music will take center stage, but the history of bluegrass will also share the spotlight. [***News 7 @ 11 in Monitor***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Ketih & JoeD /NEwsroom;]


Tonight Joe Dashiell considers the role of early country radio.
[LIVE= JoeD /FULL Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Joe1;]


Keith, WDBJ was the second radio station in the state when it went on the air in 1924.
It ushered in an era in which the early stars of Bluegrass and Country made music, and history, on Roanoke radio.

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[SOT]
[IN Q=OPENS WITH NAT SOUND OF CHIME]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :04 quick]
[SUPER=01-Curtis Downey/Former WDBJ Producer Director; :24]
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[OUT Q=everywhere they wanted to play.]


(([OPENS ON FIRST HALF OF POST TIME CHIME 16:01:37]
[IN Q=]
[RUNS= :04]
[OUT Q=]


A set of chimes was standard equipment in the radio studio.
And so were the bluegrass and country musicians who performed live on the air. [NAT SOUND OF RADIO TRANSCRIPTION]
[IN Q=Well howdy friends and neighbors]

((WELL HOWDY FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS ONCE AGAIN IT'S THE OLD ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL ROLLING INTO OUR STATION, WITH THAT GAY CREW OF MUSIC MAKERS, TOMMY MAGNESS AND HIS ORANGE BLOSSOM BOYS. ))
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[OUT Q=and his Orange Blossom Boys.]
[SOT CURTIS DOWNEY]
[IN Q=Lester and Earle ]

((LESTER AND EARLE WERE ALREADY GONE. THEY HAD COME AND GONE, BUT SMOKEY GRAVES, WOODY MASHBURN, THE WANDERERS OF THE WASTELAND, ROY HALL ALL OF THOSE GUYS USED TO DO HALF-HOUR SHOWS ON 'DBJ RADIO. BACK TO BACK.))
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[OUT Q=back to back.]


The era was coming to an end when Curtis Downey landed a full time job with WDBJ radio in 1953.
But as a part- timer he had enjoyed a front row seat for many of the bands that came through the station's Kirk Avenue studios.
The famous names included Don Reno and Red Smiley, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Mac Wiseman, and many others who went on to larger fame in Nashville..
[SOT]
[IN Q=I will contend]

((I WILL CONTEND AND I STILL BELIEVE IT THAT IF 'DBJ HAD 50- THOUSAND WATTS, 100-THOUSAND WATT RADIO STATION THAT ALL OF THOSE MUSICIANS WOULD HAVE STAYED HERE.)) ((IT'S EASY TO GET OUT OF NASHVILLE NOW SOMETIMES, BUT ROANOKE WAS THE CENTER OF EVERYWHERE THEY WANTED TO PLAY.))
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[OUT Q=everywhere they wanted to play.]))
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[LIVE= JoeD /FULL Newsroom]


Curtis Downey and other broadcasting veterans will sit down at 2:30 tomorrow to discuss early country radio and the television shows that followed.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Ketih & JoeD /NEwsroom;]


Keith, Fiddlefest will continue through Saturday night on the Hollins campus, with a full schedule of workshops, roundtables and concerts.

[Sports Tease]


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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports - Lance takes over the Tour, another college star is arrested -
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[VO-NAT]

and Steve Mason will check in with an update on today's developments on the Express front.
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[S-Express]


[ANCHOR=mike]
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The shock of the Roanoke Express folding has worn off a little for fans and now people want answers. Steve Mason spoke with minority owner Chris Pollock late this afternoon
[DOUBLE BOXES=Mike & Steve/BAM]
[GRAPHIC=Express End of an ERA in BAM]

and also tells us about a new hockey league that is intertested in the Star City.
[LIVE=Steve Full/BAM]
[SUPER=@Steve1;]

Repeated attempts to contact Express majority owners Ashby Coleman and Mike Lonchar were unsuccessful. Minority owner and Express general manager Chris Pollock was not available for an interview but did speak about the end of the Express in a phone interview and had a message for fans.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Mina Boyd/Civic Center Facilities Director;]
[RUNS=1:05]
[OUT Q=keep the interest going]

((
((:))
Pollock indicated that 200 fans had purchased season tickets for the 2004 season and they will be re-inbursed. ((:))
Roanoke Civic center facilites director Mina Boyd has been on the phone since Tuesday night, exploring other hockey leagues that might want to come to Roanoke. United Hockey League president Richard Brosal and Boyd want to have exhibition games with UHL teams this season to keep fans interested in hockey and use it as a feeling out process for Roanoke and the new league. ((:)) ((:)) ))
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[STEVE LIVE/BAM]
Now UHL president Richard Brasol told me that he will be in Roanoke the second week of August where he will meet with Boyd about the exhibition games at the Roanoke Civic Center and to talk about possibly
[DOUBLE BOXES=Mike & Steve/BAM]

bringing UHL hocket to the star city in 2005. Mike.

[S-Tour]


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Lance Armstrong slammed the competition in the critical time trial in the Alps today and as a result appears to be bullet-proof heading into the final stages of the Tour De France.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-L'alpe D'huez, France/OLN; :00]

Armstrong finished the nine-point-six-mile climb in 39 minutes and 41 seconds. He was the only rider under 40 minutes. He was 61 seconds faster than second-place Jan Ullrich - his longtime rival in the Tour. Lance actually passed his closest challenger, Ivan Basso, even though the Italian started two minutes ahead of the Texan. Armstrong now leads Basso by three minutes and 48 seconds. It was his second consecutive stage victory and third during the Tour. Now it would appear that only some kind of major mishap could stand in the way of Lance's record sixth straight title.
The 2004 Tour ends in Paris on Sunday.
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[S-Arrest]


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The problems are certainly not limited to Tech and UVa and in many instances they are far worse elsewhere.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Memphis, TN; :00]


This afternoon Ole Miss running back Jamal Pittman appeared in a Memphis court Wednesday morning facing charges of reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest. Pittman was arrested Sunday along with two other Ole Miss players. According to Memphis police - officers responded to a disturbance downtown and found Pittman pointing a loaded nine-milimeter smith and Wesson pistol with a laser sight at the occupants of another car. He has been suspended indefinitely from the team until further investigation.
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[NS-Jamestown]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Virginia is on track with plans for commemorating the 400th anniversary of Jamestown.
And Norfolk Southern is one of the first companies on board.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


The Virginia-based business is giving three million dollars to Jamestown 2007, becoming the first major corporate sponsor.
Organizers hope to raise over 22 million dollars for the state-wide, year-and- a-half long celebration.
Governor Warner says Norfolk Southern's contribution is a strong start.
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[SOT 10:25:26]
[IN Q=WE BELIEVE THEY WILL SERVE]

((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: WE BELIEVE THEY WILL SERVE AS AN EXAMPLE TO OTHER MAJOR CORPORATE SPONSORS WHO WILL STEP IN THIS PREMIER ROLE TO SPONSOR THIS EVENT.))
[SUPER=@MarkWarner]
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[OUT Q=ROLE TO SPONSOR THIS EVENT.]
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[VO-NAT]


Jamestown commemorations have been held every 50 years since 1807.
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