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Coming up on News 7-
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One woman is sexually assaulted.. another held hostage and murdered locally and tonight a man is custody.
A great white causes a great stir off of Cape Cod- tracking this 15 foot long shark.
Plus they applied for federal help months ago.. but have they received it?
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Plus Hurricane Jeanne heads for shore.
News 7 is next.

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A standoff in Southside ends with the killing of a hostage.
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[Hostage-Killed]


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A Henry County woman is dead. Her ex-boyfriend is in custody after allegedly terrorizing her neighbors and then forcing his way into her house.
It all started about 11:40 this morning on Rivermont Heights, near the Martinsville-Henry County line.
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(( Deputies say a man showed up at a home asking to use the phone and then sexually assaulted the woman. He then allegedly took the woman's 24 year old daughter to the house next door.
When 38 year old Glenda Delphine Magee opened the door, the suspect hit her in the face and rushed inside.
The 24 year old neighbor escaped and called authorities who surrounded Magee's home and began to negotiate the suspect's surrender.
A sheriff's deputy trying to negotiate over the phone heard Glenda Magee screaming in the background and a SWAT team was ordered to move into the house.
Officers found Magee on a bed with stab wounds to her chest and shoulder. She later died at Martinsville Memorial hospital.
The suspect was taken into custody. He also had minor injuries.
Authorities have not identified him by name, but say he is a 36 year old local resident who was Magee's former boyfriend.
Deputies say he'll face charges related to sexual assault, abduction and the death of Glenda Magee.))
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[Jeanne]


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Some three-quarters of a million people in Florida are being urged to evacuate tonight. And for many it's not the first time they've had to do so this season.
For the fourth time since mid-August Florida is in the crosshairs of a hurricane. The latest projections indicate Hurricane Jeanne could make landfall somewhere along Florida's atlantic coast by Sunday. Aleen Sirgany has more.
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[SUPER=01-Bill Panczka/Port St. Lucie Resident; 1:06]
[SUPER=01-Brian Norcross/Meteorologist; 1:15]
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(( WELCOME TO FLORIDA....... WHERE THE SOUNDS......(NAT) AND SIGHTS OF THE SUNSHINE STATE..... FEEL MORE LIKE THE "HURRICANE STATE"
(nat)"i just can't believe this is happening again." as residents brace for the fourth hurricane in six weeks.....
(sot/nat)"cleaning up from the last one...getting ready for the next one.."

THEY ARE STILL NURSING OPEN WOUNDS FROM BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN DEVESTATATION...CHARLEY, FRANCES, IVAN AND NOW HURRICANE JEANNE WHICH ALONE HAS ALREADY KILLED MORE THAN A THOUSAND PEOPLE IN HAITI. FLORIDA RESIDENTS, EXHAUSTED FROM ALREADY BEING HIT SO MANY TIMES, ARE BEING WARNED TO BE ALERT AND READY FOR THE WORST...AGAIN. (bridge)"with so much damage still left behind from hurricane Frances, people have literally had their lives torn upsi
de down..they were hoping for some relief, never anticipating instead they would be getting another hurricane." (sot)"

with so much damage already from Frances how do you begin to prepare for jeanne? suck it up and board up" RESIDENTS LIKE ARNOLD CASENELLI ARE OVERWHELMED...BOARDING UP FOR ANOTHER ONE...BARELY RECOVERED FROM THE LAST ONE. NO ONE KNOWS WHERE TO TURN.
(sot: )bill panczka/port st.lucie resident "i don't know how it can get much worse. i've lived in florida all my life a

nd i've never seen anything like this..one storm after another after another hits the state of florida." BUT FORECASTERS SAY UNLIKE FRANCES -- HURRICANE JEANNE WILL BE MUCH MORE CONCENTRATED.
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(BRIAN NORCROSS/METEOROLOGIST) "We think that the center of the storm is going to be smaller so that the area of severe

damage will be greater, but not as widespread."
(NAT) AS CREWS SCRAMBLE TO CLEAN UP FROM HURRICANE FRANCES, THEY ARE RACING AGAINST THE CLOCK. AND FLORIDA'S ABOUT TO

MAKE HISTORY. A SINGLE STATE HASN'T BEEN HIT BY FOUR HURRICANES IN A SINGLE SEASON SINCE TEXAS IN 1886.
(sot)"a lot of people are now saying they're just gonna pack up and leave florida." but that probably won't happen bef

ofre getting an uninvited visitor named jeane.ascbsnews. ))

[Haiti-Food]


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Patience is running short for victims of Jeanne in Haiti.
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Today a riot broke out where food aid was being handed out at the United nations base.
Hungry and thirsty survivors.. some of whom have lost entire families and everything they own, were losing patience with the slow pace of relief.
Some survivors traumatized by the storm attacked aid trucks-
U-N troops had to use smoke grenades to maintain order-
Jeanne has been blamed for more than 11-hundred deaths in Haiti.
More than 12- hundred are still missing.
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[South-River]


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Jeanne may have our attention now, but this time last year it was Hurricane Isabel.
The storm hit parts of Rockbridge County particularly hard- prompting a call to prevent future problems along the South River.
But as Justin McLeod discovered the plan is moving much slower than the flood waters.
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[SUPER=01-Betty Higgins/South River Resident; :13 (QUICK)]
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((((NAT SOUND OF BETTY ON TAPE 1 SAYING AT 9:31:14 "THE WATER GOT UNDER IT AND RUINED THE FOUNDATION"))
Betty Higgins is still trying to recover from Hurricane Isabel.
A year ago, her home had 14 inches of water.
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((BETTY HIGGINS/SOUTH RIVER RESIDENT: WE COULDN'T LIVE IN OUR HOUSE FOR AT LEAST FOUR MONTHS AFTER THE FLOOD.)) [Runs04]
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The flood happened here along the South River on Route 608.
Isabel destroyed 16 homes, and damaged 71 others along a 15 mile stretch.
In all, the storm caused more than six million dollars of damage.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: SEVERAL MONTHS AFTER THE STORM THE COUNTY APPLIED FOR A FEDERAL AND STATE GRANT THAT IF APPROVED WOULD ALLOW THE GOVERNMENT TO BUY SOME OF THE HOMES HERE ALONG THE FLOOD PLAIN. NEARLY 30 RESIDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THAT GRANT.)) [Runs12]
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((NAT SOUND OF 1:50:01))
Since the South River is prone to flooding, many say it only makes sense to fix the problem permanently.
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((BETTY HIGGINS: OUR HOME HAS BEEN IN FLOOD WATERS FOUR OR FIVE TIMES AND THE LAST TIME WAS JUST ENOUGH FOR ME.)) [Runs08]
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As it was explained to residents at a meeting last October, the program is voluntary.
But nearly a year after the storm, the federal government has yet to approve the grant.
If and when it does happen, eligible residents would probably be able to relocate within a year.
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((RAY FAUBER/CITIZEN'S STEERING COMMITTEE: THEY GET AN APPRAISER AND IF THE PROPERTY OWNER ACCEPTS THE DEAL, THEY BUY THE HOME, THEY TEAR IT DOWN, AND THEN THE COUNTY WOULD OWN THE LAND AND IT WOULD BE RESTRICTED TO ANY FURTHER DEVELOPMENT.)) [Runs11]
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So the next time there's a major flood here, the hope is fewer people will be washed out.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Rockbridge County.))

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The lawyer for convicted sniper Lee Boyd Malvo says the teenager plans to drop all appeals and admit his guilt.
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Last December, Malvo was convicted of one of ten Washington-area sniper killings and sentenced to life in prison.

Malvo's lawyer says his client will drop his appeals of that conviction and plead guilty to a second slaying to avoid a possible death sentence.
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[Burrow]


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Just two witnesses took the stand today in the federal fraud trial of Richard Burrow in Charlottesville.
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The former D-Day Memorial president is accused of misleading banks and donors into giving the project money as he rushed to complete it before June of 2001.
Current D-Day president William McIntosh was back on the stand today, telling the jury he spent months trying to figure out which pledges were still valid and how much money the memorial owed its creditors.
Prosecutors are trying to show Burrow used questionable donations as collateral for bank loans to keep the project afloat.
A bookkeeper for the granite company that supplied the stone for the monument says she had trouble contacting Burrow about unpaid bills.
The trial will resume Monday morning.
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Will an army private face a court-martial for abusing prisoners?
The answer next on News 7.
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Plus Andy Griffith gets a hero's welcome in his North Carolina hometown.
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((THIS TOWN AND ALL IT REPRESENTS HAS MEANT ALL TO ME.))
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, Week 4 pigskins from all over the map. Bryan Randall is poised to reach a major milestone tomorrow against the Pack, and UVA is juiced up for its meeting with the Orange. Plus, we'll strike a pose with the Heisman and Jeremy Mayfield lays the hammer down at Dover. All that and more on the way in sports.))
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It looks like Lyndie England will face a court martial for the Abu Graib (Gray-b) prison abuse scandal.
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A spokesman for her defense team says the Army will announce a court martial for the private next week.
He says the court-martial may be held in January. He didn't disclose what charges England will face at the military trial.
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[Tech-Death]


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Friends are remembering a Virginia Tech student this weekend who apparently died of alcohol poisoning.
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22 year old Thomas Ryan Hauser was found dead early Sunday morning after a night of drinking. Friends say they drank some beer at an apartment and then went to ONE bar until closing.
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They say it was a normal night of fun and Hauser never seemed TOO drunk while at the bar. They hope everyone takes something away from Hauser's death.
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[IN Q=Don't over do it.]

((SUSAN STEFANTZ: DON'T OVER DO IT. WATCH YOURSELF, AND TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF, THAT'S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING THAT WE ALL NEED TO GET OUT OF THIS.))
[SUPER=01-Susan Stefantz/Hauser's Friend;]
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Hauser will be buried tomorrow. Friends are planning to hold a memorial service for Hauser on campus next week.
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The investigation is still open until toxicology reports come back sometime in the next few weeks.
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Expect some delays again on Route 116 in Roanoke County.
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Tomorrow, V-DOT will repair damage from yesterday's tanker truck accident near the top of Windy Gap Mountain.
Traffic will be reduced to one lane from 8 a-m to 4 p-m.
The road was closed for much of the day yesterday.
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Big games this weekend in Blacksburg and Charlottesville.
Robin has game-day forecasts when News 7 returns.
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Plus a great white shark creates a great scare along the coast of Massachusetts.
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Communities from Bedford to the New River Valley have signed deals to buy power for millions more than they're spending now.
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Danville, Martinsville, Bedford, Radford, Salem and the Botetourt-Craig Cooperative all distribute their own power and have contracts with the Cinergy Corporation that expire next year. Most of the localities have already signed deals with American Electric Power, which had the lowest bid. The City of Salem, however, is still negotiating with Cinergy. Officials say they've been able to pass along *below average* rates in the past and hope to minimize any increases in the future.
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((MELINDA PAYNE: WE'RE GOING TO CONDUCT A RATES STUDY... TO SEE WHAT WE CAN BEAR, WHAT THE MARKET CAN BARE AND WHERE WE NEED TO BE.))
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All localities plan to conduct a rate study, but Danville officials already estimate increases up to 60-percent for its largest customers. Officials cite rising fuel costs and the federal deregulation of the electricity business for the drastic jump in prices.
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[Shark-Tagged]


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A sight usually reserved for the ocean has been circling a bay in Massachusetts.
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The 15 foot long great white shark has been causing a commotion swimming through Lacky's Bay. Great whites aren't usually found this close to shore and officials think the shark is having some trouble finding it's way back to the open ocean.
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((CAPTAIN GRAY ELDRIDGE:YOU JUST KIND OF TAKE IN THE BEAUTY OF THIS WILD ANIMAL THAT'S UNFORTUNATELY BEEN TRAPPED IN THIS REALLY ENCLOSED AREA.))
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[OUT Q=this really enclosed area.]
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The two-thousand pound shark has been circling the area since it was first spotted on Tuesday. Environmental police are now patrolling the waters, trying to keep the boating traffic to a minimum and figuring out a way to return the great white back to the ocean.
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[TOSS TO SPORTS]

[S-Extra]


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Coming up, Week Four high school football highlights from Salem to Martinsville, Tech and UVA talk about weekend showdowns, and Jeremy Mayfield tames the Monster Mile, but first our extra point,
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the one and only Heisman Trophy paid a visit to Your Hometown Station tonight. The nearly 60 pound hunk of bronze is making a nationwide tour of ten college football venues this season and will be on display at tomorrow's NC State--Virginia Tech contest in Blacksburg between the hours of 8-30 and noon in front of Cassell Coliseum.
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[S-Salem]


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We start our week four high school tour in Salem tonight, where Steve Magenbauer's Spartans renewed their rivalry with Jim Hickam and Northside.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Northside vs. Salem; :00]


Salem made short work of the Vikes in this one. Joey Daniels takes the pigskin and scoots 30 yards to the house to make it 7-nothing Spartans early.
[SUPER=36-Northside/0/Salem/50/;]

Matt Shawver later hooked up with Brian Webb on a 17 yard scoring strike as Salem won it big over Northside 50 to 0.
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[S-Ville]


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Chris Jones and the Heritage Pioneers made the trek from the Hill City to Martinsville tonight where the Bulldogs awaited.
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[SUPER=03-Martinsville/Heritage vs. Martinsville; :00]


The Pioneers Chris Cook was getting it done from 11 yards out on the touchdown. Heritage pulled away late to win it 21 to 6 over Martinsville.
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[S-North]


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At North Cross, the Raiders locked up with Virginia Episcopal in a Virginia Independent Conference tilt.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./VES vs. North Cross; :00]


The visitors were rude guests. Bruce Bently makes the catch on the quick out taking it to the endzone for
[SUPER=36-VES/33/North Cross/14/;]

the Bishops. There was plenty more of that as VES won it 33 to 14.
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[FFE-Scores]


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That's just a taste of what's to come in just a few minutes on Friday Football Extra. Mike Stevens will have highlights from a total of 11 games and our Player of the Week segment. For now here's an early look at tonight's scoreboard.
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[FFE Scores]

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[SUPER=55-Patrick Henry/Sat./William Fleming/7:00/William Campbell/51/Cumberland/0/Northside/0/Salem/50;]



[SUPER=55-Brookville/35/Gretna/55/Eastern Montgomery/14/Bland Co./15/Tunstall/9/Hidden Valley/14;]



[SUPER=55-Bassett/29/Radford/9/Roanoke Catholic/6/Kenston Forest/21/Giles/37/Narrows/0;]



[SUPER=55-Dan River/6/George Washington/36/Appomattox/6/Rustburg/30/Staunton River/0/Patrick Co./14;]



[SUPER=55-P.H.-Glade Springs/28/Chilhowie/6/Lebanon/47/Northwood/0/Carroll Co. /56/Grayson Co./12;]



[SUPER=55-Covington/14/Glenvar/8/Rockbridge Co./28/Harrisonburg/22/William Byrd/7/Liberty/34;]



[SUPER=55-Randolph-Henry/35/Altavista/22/Parry McCluer/14/Riverheads/9/John Battle/41/Holston/0;]



[SUPER=55-Lynchburg Christian/49/Covenant School/7/VA Episcopal/33/North Cross/14/Floyd Co./53/Galax/7;]



[SUPER=55-Hargrave Military/48/Fuqua/6/E.C. Glass/14/Amherst Co./21/Auburn/15/Craig Co./24;]



[SUPER=55-Lord Botetourt/Sat/Christiansburg/7:30/Heritage/21/Martinsville/6/George Wythe/20/Rural Retreat/6;]




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The Hokies play host to N.C. State tomorrow, and for Tech quarterback Bryan Randall it could be a memorable day.

The senior needs just 128 yards to pass Maurice DeShazo to become Tech's all-time career offensive leader.
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[OUT Q=...PEOPLE CAN'T TAKE AWAY."]
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The 12th ranked Virginia Cavaliers entertain Syracuse tomorrow in Charlottesville. Uva is a 26 point favorite.
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Despite the odds, the Cavaliers know the Orange will be a load to handle.
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[SUPER=01-Al Groh/UVa Head Football Coach; :00]
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[OUT Q=...out of them real quick"]
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According to Syracuse, UVa's new quarterback is one of the many reasons the Cavs have whipped their 3 opponents.

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In other games involving area teams tomorrow, VMI is at William and Mary for a 1 o'clock kickoff , Washington & Lee visits Centre College, and Ferrum hosts Shenandoah.

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Jeremy Mayfield and Ryan Newman bounced back from some bad luck last week at New Hampshire, and did their best to get themselves back in the hunt for the Nextel Cup with solid qualifying runs today at Dover.
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[SUPER=03-Dover, DE/TNT; :00]


Mayfield laid down the day's quickest lap at 159.40 miles per hour to claim the season sweep of Dover poles.
Newman gave it a run but had to settle for the outside. Here's the complete starting lineup for Sunday's MBNA 400.

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[SUPER=0107-31. Ken Schrader//32. Robby Gordon//33. Jeff Burton//34. Sterling Marlin//35. Kevin Lepage//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Jimmy Spencer//37. Tony Raines//38. Terry Labonte//39. Jeff Fuller/Prov/40. Joe Ruttman/Prov/;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-41. Geoffrey Bodine/Prov/42. Morgan Shepherd/Prov/43. Kirk Shelmerdine/Prov/;]
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[Andy-statue]


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It's deja vu in North Carolina... a second statue honoring Andy Griffith is unveiled.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Mt. Airy, NC]


The new statue of sheriff Andy Taylor with son Opie was dedicated today-
Residents welcomed their hometown hero with a applause as he did the honors.
The statue depicts the opening of the legendary television show- Griffith said his inspiration for the show and its characters were drawn from the Mt. Airy community where he grew up.
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((ANDY GRIFFITH/ENTERTAINER: I DIDN'T KNOW WHEN I WAS DOING THE SHOW I WAS DRAWING THAT MUCH FROM MT AIRY, BUT I WAS ALL THE TIME, BECAUSE WHATEVER YOU SEE IS OLD NOW, BUT IT CAME FROM HERE.))
[SUPER=01-Andy Griffith/Entertainer;]
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[OUT Q=BUT IT CAME FROM HERE.]
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[VO-NAT]


The statue unveiled in Mount Airy is just like another one in Raleigh North Carolina that has been attacked by vandals over the past year.
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