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Coming up on News 7-
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A Bedford firefighter is fighting for his own life after he was involved in an accident. Traffic backs up along Interstate-81, when an S-U-V rolls nearly a thousand feet down the highway. And pass the ketchup please! The Heinz camp gets a real taste of the competition.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]

News 7 is next.

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Rescue workers in Bedford County rush to an accident -- only to find out it's one of THEIR volunteers who needs life-saving help.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

[Bedford-Ax]


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A Bedford County firefighter remains in critical condition this evening after losing control of his truck early this morning. His fellow firefighters were first to arrive at the accident. Jennifer Wishon has more.
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[SUPER=01-Monty Coleman/Forest Volunteer Fire Chief; :13]
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((It started out as a routine early morning call. Forest Fire Chief Monty Coleman was first to respond - followed by 17 members of the Forest Volunteer Fire Department.

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[SOT 11:43:22]
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((MONTY COLEMAN: WHEN WE ARRIVED ON THE SCENE WE HAD A SINGLE VEHICLE PICK UP TRUCK THAT WAS ON ITS SIDE. LOCATED A VICTIM THAT WAS TRAPPED UP UNDER IT WHICH WE LATER FOUND OUT WAS ONE OF OUR OWN FIREFIGHTERS THERE IN FOREST.))
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[TAKE MAP] The accident happened on Route 811 in Forest near the intersection of Waterlick Road. [END MAP] Officials say the man - whose name has not been released - was driving towards the intersection around 3:30 when he ran off of the right side of the road. He then over- corrected and ran off the left side of the road where he was thrown from his pickup. The truck then rolled over and landed on his head.
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[IN Q=Our members arrived]

((MONTY COLEMAN: OUR MEMBERS ARRIVED ON THE SCENE AND THEY PERFORMED AN EXTRICATION, REMOVING ONE OF OUR BROTHERS FROM THE VEHICLE. WE TREATED HIM WITH FIRST AID, EMS AND TRANSPORTED HIM TO A HELICOPTER THAT LATER TRANSPORTED HIM TO A TRAUMA CENTER IN LYNCHBURG.))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: THE VICTIM WAS THEN TAKEN TO UVA MEDICAL CENTER. CHIEF COLEMAN SAYS KNOWING THE VICTIM CHANGED EVERYTHING IN THIS SITUATION, BUT SAYS HE'S PROUD OF THE WAY HIS VOLUNTEERS RELIED ON THEIR TRAINING AND STAYED FOCUSED ON THEIR JOB. JENNIFER WISHON, NEWS 7.))
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Two people were injured when their vehicle crashed and rolled on Interstate 81 this evening.
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The accident happened shortly after 7-thirty in the southbound lanes near mile marker-150. State Police say the S-U-V ran into the median, swerved back, overcorrected and then rolled. The car rolled several times, and finally slid to a stop nearly a thousand feet down the road. Two people in the car were treated for minor injuries. The accident briefly *blocked* both lanes, and traffic was backed up for miles.
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[Pedestrian-Hit]


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One woman was injured after being hit by a car this afternoon.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]

It happened around 3-o'clock on Ogden Road on the Roanoke City-County line. Witnesses say the woman was walking down the road when she was hit. She was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital by ambulance. There is no word on the extent of her injuries. Police say charges are pending.
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A Northern Virginia man is recovering tonight after falling 30-feet from the Cascades in Giles County. Authorities say 24-year-old Ian McWan of Woodbridge was hiking in the area with a friend around five o-clock, when he slipped and fell. McWan was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial Hospital for head and knee injuries -- although officials say he WAS conscious when rescue crews pulled him from the water. Officials say he could face charges of trespassing -- for going beyond a restricted area.

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Dozens of people have been reported injured after falling from a nightclub balcony in Montana.
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Authorities say about 70-people were hurt last night at the Diamond Horseshoe casino and bar in Polson, Montana, when a 14-foot balcony collapsed. Witnesses describe the scene as chaotic.
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((SHANE BEAR/VICTIM: WE WERE OUT HERE HAVING A COUPLE OF BEERS, HANGING OUT ON THE DECK. THERE MUST HAVE BEEN 75-or-a HUNDRED PEOPLE ON THIS THING, AND NEXT THING YOU KNOW IT JUST COLLAPSED. PEOPLE LAYING EVERYWHERE, PEOPLE STUCK UNDER THE DECK ITSELF. I LANDED OVER THERE ON THE CEMENT))
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Authorities say no one died in the collapse, but about seven people suffered serious or critical injuries. Police say a lot of people were at the bar celebrating after attending a popular festival going on in town.
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[Campaign-2004]


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With three months to go until the presidential election, the candidates spent their Saturdays in search of votes in two key battleground states. Kelly Cobiella has details.
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[SUPER=01-Sen. John Kerry/(D) Candidate for President; 1:00]
[SUPER=01-Kelly Cobiella/Reporting; 1:35]
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[OUT Q=CBS News.]

(("I'm out asking for the vote. I'm out asking for your help." (4 sec) PRESIDENT BUSH STARTED HIS WORKING WEEKEND ON DEFENSE IN OHIO... DEFENDING HIS ECONOMIC POLICIES IN A STATE MANY CONSIDER KEY TO HIS RE-ELECTION.
(NATS 11:04:40)

"I want to serve this nation for 4 more years." (applause) (3 sec.) OHIO'S 20 ELECTORAL VOTES WENT TO BUSH IN 2-THOUSAND, BUT THE STATE HAS LOST THOUSANDS OF JOBS SINCE. THE PRESIDENT BLAMED THE ECONOMIC TROUBLES ON FACTORS BEYOND HIS CONTROL... TERRORISM AND CORPORATE SCANDALS... AND PROMISED THE NEXT FOUR YEARS WOULD BE BETTER... AS LONG AS HE'S STILL IN OFFICE.
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"If you want to keep jobs in America, the government must not overspend your money, and the government must keep your taxes low." WHILE THE PRESIDENT PUSHED FOR VOTES IN OHIO...
(NATS KERRY 14:05:43 "The future is there, the hope is there.)

"Our best days are yet to come." ... HIS DEMOCRATIC RIVAL WAS IN NEIGHBORING PENNSYLVANIA... ANOTHER BATTLEGROUND STATE WHERE JOBS ARE A TOP ISSUE. SENATOR JOHN KERRY TOLD VOTERS THE PRESIDENT'S TAX POLICIES ARE BAD FOR THE ECONOMY.
(KERRY 13:55:13)

"We're going to close the tax loopholes that reward companies for taking jobs overseas. And we're going to reward the companies that create the jobs right here in the good old USA." (11 sec.) THE RACE IS TIGHT IN BOTH PENNSYLVANIA AND OHIO... AND NEITHER CANDIDATE IS TAKING ANYTHING FOR GRANTED..
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BOTH SIDES LAUNCHED MASSIVE AD CAMPAIGNS ON TELEVISION THIS WEEKEND... SPENDING RECORD AMOUNTS OF MONEY TO REACH EVERY LAST VOTER.. (MOS 13:40:31) "I think they need to because how else are they going to get out to the media"
(MOS 13:38:36) "I don't think that really matters. The money doesn't matter anymore. It's what the people think."

THE SMALL NUMBER OF UNDECIDEDS WILL MAKE THE DIFFERENCE. KELLY COBIELLA, CBS NEWS.)) [Tease1]
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Still to come on the newscast, while her husband was out campaigning, the First Lady was visiting Virginia...
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and also, there's a ketchup controversy surrounding John Kerry's wife, where some democratic officials are seeing red. We'll explain in a little bit.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, Nomar is no more in Beantown. The Avs come from behind to beat the Hillcats, and Norm Lineburg is honored in Radford. Plus, the Skins open training camp with Joe Gibbs for the first time in 12 years. All that and more on the way in sports.))


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The Roanoke Rescue Mission is hoping to add money to pay for its newest addition.
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The exterior of the 41- thousand square foot Women and Children's Shelter is complete. Crews are now working on the interior. The building will house the mission's Recovery Program, which ministers to women with alcohol and drug addictions - two of the leading causes of homelessness.
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((LEE CLARK: THIS RECOVERY PROGRAM HELPS PEOPLE BY GIVING THEM 18 TO 24 MONTHS TO GO THROUGH A COMPLETE RECOVERY. MENTAL, PHYSICAL, SPIRITUAL RECOVERY SO THEY CAN LEAD A LIFE VERY DIFFERENTLY. IT WILL BE ONE OF THE ONLY PLACES ANYWHERE WHERE A WOMAN CAN GET HELP AND KEEP HER FAMILY WITH HER - KEEP HER DEPENDENT CHILDREN WITH HER WHILE SHE GETS THIS HELP.))
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Clark says a number of women are waiting in line for the program. The mission has already raised more than three- and a half- million- dollars, but still needs another 150- thousand to finish the project.
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Clark encourages anyone who's never been to the mission to stop by. Tours are offered every Monday at noon.

[Organ-Donation]


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Some families of organ and tissue donors were honored for their very personal decisions.
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Today donor families and transplant recipients gathered at Rivers Edge Park, to donate a greenway memorial in honor of local organ and tissue donors. During the ceremony, participants each picked up two stones -- one they could throw in the river or put at the greenway site -- and another they could keep for themselves in honor of their loved one's memory. The memorial represents hope and healing for people like Jane Laprade, whose son, Keith was killed in an automobile accident three years ago.
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[IN Q=and it helps]

((JANE LAPRADE/MOTHER OF DONOR: AND IT HELPS ME TELL MY STORY BUT IT ALSO HELPS ME TO LET OTHER PEOPLE KNOW HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO DONATE ORGANS.))
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More than 85-thousand people are currently awaiting an organ transplant in the United States -- more than two-thousand of those are in Virginia.
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[TAKE WDBJ7.COM FS] For more information on organ and tissue donation, you can log on to our website, where you can find a link to *Save-SEVEN-Lives-DOT-ORG.*
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A higher learning institution in Danville is hoping that it can speed up the job market.
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The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research recently received 1- point- 3 million dollars from the Virginia Tobacco Commission. The grant will be used to support the Institute's VIPER program which focuses on research to advance racing performance. VIPER research will eventually serve auto makers and suppliers. Programs are now being planned to attract higher paying *motorsports-related* jobs to the region. Virginia Tech and Virginia International Raceway are also partners in the VIPER Program.
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Still to come on the newscast, a last-minute blockbuster trade shakes up Major League baseball. We'll have the details in sports...
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and some have been calling New York City a jungle for years, but it's a safe bet they weren't talking about this.
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[Tiger-Escape]


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A circus tiger in New York wasn't clowning around when he decided to take a walk through the park.
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The 450-pound tiger was found strolling through a residential street after he escaped from the Cole Brothers Circus performing in Queens today. Police say the seven-and-a-half-year-old animal named Apollo managed to get out while being transferred from one cage to another. He was captured by police and his trainer who found him on the Jackie Robinson Parkway about a half-mile away. The sight of the tiger caused a multi-car accident on the parkway as drivers reacted to the sight of the animal. Four adults and one child suffered minor injuries.
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First Lady Laura Bush made a stop in Virginia to celebrate her home state of Texas today.
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[SUPER=03-Newport News;]

Bush christened *the Texas,* a new nuclear-powered attack submarine in Newport News. The first lady struck the BOW of the 2-point-2 BILLION dollar ship with a bottle of red, white and blue sparkling wine. She then asked that all who sail on the ship be blessed.
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((LAURA BUSH/FIRST LADY; TODAY WE CELEBRATE THE DEVOTED SERVICE OF THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY. AND THE SKILL OF AMERICA'S SHIPBUILDERS, I'M HONORED TO CHRISTEN THE TRIUMPH THAT IS THE TEXAS.))
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[OUT Q=that is the Texas.]
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The Texas is the second craft in the Virginia class, which eventually could have 30 ships. It is expected to be delivered to the Navy in 2005. About five-thousand people attended the ceremony at the Newport News shipyard.
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[Ketchup-Battle]


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Bush and Kerry have already been going at it for months, but after this week's Democratic National Convention, the Pennsylvania delegation found out that the political battlefield extends to the condiment table too. Jon Delano has the story.
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[SUPER=01-Dan Onorato/Allegheny Co., PA Executive; :19]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Joe Williams/(D) Pennsylvania; :27]
[SUPER=01-Jack Shea/Allegheny Co., PA Labor Council; :38]
[SUPER=01-Matt Mangino/Lawrence Co., PA District Attorney; 1:07]
[SUPER=01-Jerry Mazzone/Omni Parker House Hotel; 1:30]
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[OUT Q=Absolutely. Thank you.]

((The day after Teresa Heinz Kerry spoke to convention delegates, the last thing the Pennsylvania Democrats expected on their breakfast table was Hunts ketchup. The event was sponsored by Allegheny County Executive Dan Onorato. HAVE YOU NOTICED THAT THEY'RE SERVING HUNT'S KETCHUP? "I did notice that, so we put in a formal complaint, that will be changed real soon." The delegates didn't like it one bit.
(HOW WAS THAT HUNT'S KETCHUP?) "This was the worst ketchup I ever had in my life. I couldn't even eat it all. We need H

einz ketchup." Union leaders complained. Imagine that. Non-union ketchup served to the Pennsylvania delegation. Was it a scandal? "I don't see any union bug. So there ain't no union bug on it, this must be non-union. (NON-UNION KETCHUP SERVED TO THE PENNSYLVANIA DEMOCRATIC DELEGATION. A SCANDAL?) I don't know about a scandal, but it's terrible, I tell you that.
(DO YOU THINK THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY SHOULD INVESTIGATE?) Well, yes. Not only that, take it to the federal court."
-Mangino SOT/ (DISTRICT ATTORNEY, THIS IS THE EVIDENCE. WHAT CAN YOU DO ABOUT THIS?) "Well first, John, I want to congr

atulate you on this great investigative work. And we're certainly going to be looking into this, and I expect indictments before the end of the day. (INDICTMENT.) That's right. I don't know who yet. A John Doe indictment for whoever did this."
Waiter Jerry Mazzone 'fessed up. The hotel's headquarters is in Texas, home of President George Bush.
--Mazzone SOT/ (WOULD YOU READ THE BACK OF THAT LABEL FOR ME PLEASE? WHERE IS THIS KETCHUP MADE?) "Pittsburgh, Pennsylv

ania. (YOU THINK YOU'RE GOING TO GET RID OF ALL THAT HUNT'S KETCHUP NOW?) I already got rid of it. (YOU ALREADY GOT RID OF IT?) I did. (CASE CLOSED.) Absolutely. Thank you."))

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Coming up, Nomar is headed out of Beantown for the Windy City, Norm Lineburg is honored in Radford, and the Skins open training camp in Northern Virginia, but first our extra point,
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The Cleveland Browns had a surprise visitor at training camp today as President George W. Bush dropped in on their practice facility, taking a break from the campaign trail. Former Hokies Chad Beasley and Ben Taylor were among the first to shake the chief executive's hand. Bush also played a quick game of catch with new Browns quarterback Jeff Garcia and Andre Davis before making a stop in Canton at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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[S-Nomar]


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Randy Johnson stayed put in Arizona, but the Red Sox and Cubs pulled the trigger on a deal before today's trading deadline that sends Nomar Garciaparra to Chicago.
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The Red Sox picked up Cubs shortstop Alex Gonzalez and Twins first baseman Doug Mientkiewicz, but the crown jewel of the trade was Nomar. The two time AL batting champ was in the final year of his contract with the Bosox. He's batting .321 in 38 games this season.
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The Salem Avalanche could use a new beginning. The club entered tonight's outing with Lynchburg having lost 13 of its last 17 games.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Hillcats vs. Avalanche; :00]


The Avalanche booster club held a silent auction at the park tonight.
The Hillcats got the jump on the Avs in the first. With the bases juiced, Victor Mercedes drove in two runs with this flare into short left centerfield. The Cats led 2-nothing.
Salem got a run back in the bottom of the inning. Adam Seuss slaps one to right scoring Josh Anderson
[SUPER=37-Lynchburg/3/Salem/7/;]

from third to make it 2-1. The Avs scored 4 runs in the 6th and went on to win it 7 to 3.
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[S-Norm]


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Norm Lineburg was honored tonight with the naming of Bobcat Field for the legendary coach who has 301 career wins.
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[SUPER=03-Radford; :00]


Tonight's ceremony was moved indoors due to the threat of thunderstorms in the New River Valley.
Coach Lineburg listened as several of his former players told stories and recounted their most vivid memories of suiting up for the Bobcats.
Now the field where he does most of his work bears his name.
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[SUPER=01-Norm Lineburg/301 Career Wins; :00]
[SUPER=01-Mark Lineburg/Norm's Son; :30]
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[S-Skins]


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Redskins fans started lining up at Redskins Park this morning at 5-45 am to see the team's first workout of training camp. That's nearly 2 and a half hours before the gates opened. Coach Joe
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[SUPER=03-Ashburn; :00]


Gibbs was greeted with cheers and loud applause as he took the practice field this morning.
The Skins practiced for about an hour and 45 minutes, which included plenty of drill work, 7 on 7's, and a light scrimmage.
One thing was clear, energy and enthusisasm dominated the day.
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[SUPER=01-Joe Gibbs/Redskins Head Coach; :05 QUICK!]
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[OUT Q=best fans in the world."]
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The Nascar Busch Series headed for the Colorado Mountains today for the running of the Goulds Pumps 250. And local boy Stacy Compton came within a whisker of his first series win, finishing second..
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pikes Peak, CO/TNT; :00]


Greg Biffle flew in from Pocono, started in the back and then worked his way thru the field. Biffle took the checkered flag after starting last. It's his 4th Busch win of the season.
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[S-Gaither]


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Summer roundball was a theme today at Roanoke College's Bast Center. Joe Gaither's Annual three on three tournament
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[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


included 36 teams in five different age divisions that went at it on the hardwood in Salem.
All the proceeds from the event benefit CHIP, the Child Health Investment Partnership of the Roanoke Valley.
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[Bike-Dog]


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Have a look at a couple of dogs that don't mind sitting shotgun on a hog.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Milwaukee, WI]


These golden retrievers, Max and Bailey, are raising awareness for the assistance and guide dog industries by touring the United States on a couple of Harley's. Their owners named the effort Hogs for Dogs.
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[IN Q=And these folks are having]

((BLAINE PARKS/HOGS FOR DOGS:AND THESE FOLKS ARE HAVING BIG HEARTS, THEY ENJOY DOING WHAT THEY DO , A RIDE LIKE OURS, IT GIVES INDEPENDENCE TO PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IS RIGHT UP THEIR ALLEY.))
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[OUT Q=is right up their alley.]
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The Parks had hoped to raise 50-thousand dollars during the trip but have already blown that away by raising 80 thousand and counting. They plan on being finished with their trip and heading back to North Carolina by Decemeber.
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