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Coming up on News 7-
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Colonial Downs is gambling on another betting parlor. Southside voters will get the final say. Plus, two years after a Martinsville woman was shot and killed at work, her husband is accused of the crime. And these church ladies are literally fleshing out a fundraiser .
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[ANCHOR=Shan]


News 7 is next.

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Colonial Downs' Off Track Betting Parlor is up and running in Vinton.
The company's hoping folks in Southside will want a piece of the action next.
But some say that's not a sure bet.
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[SOT 2:41:11]
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((EDDIE HONEYCUTT/HENRY COUNTY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION: IT'S JUST GOING TO BE VERY DIFFICULT FOR EVERYBODY. WE DON'T THINK IT'S A POSITIVE THING FOR OUR ECONOMY AND OUR AREA AT ALL.))
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[OUT Q=OUR AREA AT ALL]
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[Colonial-Downs]


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You only have to drive to Vinton to bet on the horses now.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Vinton]


A new Off Track Betting Parlor is off and running there. The doors opened to the public today with a big showing, more than owners expected.
The more than 14 thousand square foot facility is on Vineyard Road in Vinton.
Some opposed the parlor, but voters ultimately approved it.
The OTB is expected to bring in 35 million dollars a year, 190 thousand of that will go to the town of Vinton.
The parlor allows people to bet on and watch live horse races from tracks around the nation.
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[OTB-Henry]


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Colonial Downs is now eyeing Southside.
The company wants to open an off track betting facility in Henry County but religious groups say don't bet on it. [***OTB IN MONITOR**]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Justin /BAM;]


Justin McLeod is here now with both sides of the debate. Justin who has the ulitmate say?
Shannon, it will be up to voters in November whether they want off track betting.
[LIVE= Justin /FULL BAM]
[SUPER=@Justin1;]


Colonial Downs says it will bring much needed revenue to the area.
Religious leaders on the other hand argue gambling is immoral but more importantly believe it will hurt those already down on their luck.
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[SUPER=03-Vinton; :00]
[SUPER=01-John Moody/Colonial Downs; :09]
[SUPER=01- Eddie Honeycutt/Henry Co. Baptist Association; :53]
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((((NAT SOUND OF RACE ON OTB TAPE ONE 9:24:15))
Colonial Downs may be off to the races in Vinton but in other parts of the state it's just leaving the starting gate.
[SOT 9:05:56, OTB TAPE 1]
[IN Q=It's our goal]

((JOHN MOODY/COLONIAL DOWNS: IT'S OUR GOAL TO EXPAND OUR SATELITTE WAGING OPERATIONS OVER THE NEXT THREE YEARS AND WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE THAT NUMBER INCREASE BY TEN FACILITIES.)) [Runs10]
[OUT Q=by ten facilities]


Colonial Downs hopes one of those facilities will be located in Henry County.
The proposed off track betting parlor would be built at an undetermined site near the Virginia North Carolina state line.
Colonial Downs says the facility would generate 230-thousand dollars in taxes for the county and would create jobs in the area.
[SOT 9:06:34 OTB TAPE 1]
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((JOHN MOODY/COLONIAL DOWNS: WE'RE PROBABLY TALKING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF 35 JOBS THAT WOULD BE PERMANENT.)) [Runs07]
[OUT Q=would be permanent]


But many area churches say not so fast.
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[IN Q=We believe the bible]

((EDDIE HONEYCUTT/HENRY CO. BAPTIST ASSOCIATION: WE BELIEVE THE BIBLE SPEAKS CLEARLY ON SOME OF THESE ISSUES. IT DOESN'T MENTION GAMBLING BUT IT DOES MENTION TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE UNDERPRVILEDGED, THE POOR, THE YOUNG, AND THE OLD, AND WE FEEL IT DOES THAT.)) [Runs10]
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Opponents also argue it's more than just a moral issue, especially here in Henry County.
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[IN Q=We have a very depressed]

((EDDIE HONEYCUTT/HENRY CO. BAPTIST ASSOCATION: WE HAVE A VERY DEPRESSED ECONOMY. THE JOB MARKET IS IN VERY BAD CONDITION AND WE JUST DON'T THINK WE NEED ANYTHING ELSE THAT TAKES MORE MONEY OUT OF OUR ECONOMY.)) [Runs10]
[OUT Q=OUT OF OUR ECONOMY]))
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[LIVE= Justin /FULL BAM]


Groups like the Henry County Baptist Association plan to fight the betting referendum by taking out full page ads in the local newspaper.
Meantime, supporters have set up a booth at the local mall and plan to launch a direct mailing campaign.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Justin /BAM;]


Shannon, we'll see which side comes out on top when voters head to the polls November 2nd.

[M'ville-Murder]


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More than four years after Lisa Nicole Thomas was murdered inside her Martinsville clothing store, police arrest more suspects.
A teenager was first charged with the crime, but was found not guilty last year.
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The case took a new twist today when Thomas' husband and another man were arrested and charged with capital murder.
[SUPER=03-Martinsville/October 2001]


Maverick Demarco Thomas, more commonly known as Maverick Muhammad, led a number of vigils after his wife's murder.
While prosecutors often said the case was a murder for hire, Maverick Muhammad maintained his innocence and was not charged until today.
The other suspect is identified as Malvester Dixon Jr., also known as Malvester Muhammad. Both men face the same charges including conspiracy, murder for hire, and use of a firearm in the commission of a murder for hire.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Authorities have declined further comment.
Thomas is in the Martinsville City Jail. Dixon is in Danville, and both men are being held without bond.

[Tobacco-Buyout]


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It's a bittersweet day for tobacco farmers... as the U-S Senate overwhelmingly passed a 10-billion dollar buyout that will end price support.
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[SUPER=03-Warren Co., NC]


For some farmers, it's a chance to get out of the shrinking business.
But for many, tobacoo farming is the only way of life they know.
Over the next ten years, growers and quota holders will be paid for their investments in the federal price support system.
North Carolina will get the biggest share... Virginia will get an estimated 666-million dollars.
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[IN Q=IT'S JUST A]

((RONALD STAINBACK/TOBACCO GROWER; ; IT'S JUST A SNOWBALL THING. MONEY THAT THE FARMER GETS CREATES MONEY FOR THE FUEL DEALERS, TIRE DEALERS, CAR DEALERS, THE TRACTOR DEALERS. THAT'S A LOT OF MONEY AND IT WILL HAVE A BIG IMPACT.))
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President Bush is expected to sign the legislation as part of a broader corporate tax bill passed today.
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[Reeve]


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He fought the bad guys as *Superman* in the movies- and had been fighting paralysis for years. Yesterday, Christopher Reeve lost his battl, dying from complications of an infection at the age of 52. Eric Philips has more.
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[IN Q=Christopher Reeve brought]
[SUPER=01-Harold Guskin/Acting Coach; :17]
[SUPER=01-Eric Philips/Reporting; :40]
[SUPER=01-Henry Stifel/Reeve's Friend; 1:08]
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[OUT Q=I'm Eric Philips, reporting.]

((CHRISTOPHER REEVE BROUGHT INSPIRATION TO MILLIONS--TO THOSE WHO KNEW HIM BEST AND THOSE WHO RECOGNIZED HIM SIMPLY AS "SUPERMAN." NINE YEARS AGO, A RIDING ACCIDENT LEFT HIM PARALYZED FROM THE NECK DOWN. HIS ACTING COACH SAYS THE TRAGEDY SHOWED THE WORLD WHAT REEVE WAS MADE OF.
--SOT--

the world started to know Chris the way i had known him already, as this incredibly strong, caring, deep person wasn't going to give in to anything --TRACK-- HIS DETERMINATION TO WALK AGAIN WAS PROFOUND. REEVE WORKED HARD TO KEEP UP HIS MENTAL AND PHYSICAL STRENGTH IN ANTICIPATION OF A CURE. THE ACTOR WAS AN OUTSPOKEN PROPONENT OF EMBRYONIC STEM CELL RESEARCH. AND, THANKS TO HIS TIRELESS FUNDRAISING EFFFORTS, THE CHRISTOPHER REEVE PARALYSIS FOUNDATION AWARDED MORE THAN 42 MILLION DOLLARS IN RESEARCH GRANTS. THE GRANTS HELPED NEUROSCIENTISTS TO DEVELOP TREATMENTS AND POSSIBLE CURES FOR SPINAL CORD INJURIES. REEVE'S FRIEND, HENRY STIFEL, WHO ALSO IS PARALYZED, SAYS WHILE THE MAN WHO INSPIRED HIM IS GONE, THE HOPE HE INSTILLED WILL CARRY ON.
--SOT--

this field of research is at a point right now that we potentially could benefit from clinical therapies in the next three to five years. it saddens me that chris won't be here to benefit from it. --TRACK-- IN ATLANTA, I'M ERIC PHILIPS REPORTING.))

[Wilder-Cosby]


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A famous comedian toured Richmond schools today to deliver a message of inspiration.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond;]

Bill Cosby, along with former governor and Richmond mayoral candidate, Doug Wilder visited several city schools today.
Cosby encouraged students to stay focused and not let anything stand in the way of their success.
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[SOT 22:46:41]
[IN Q=The children are too]

((BILL COSBY: THE CHILDREN ARE TOO BEAUTIFUL TO ALLOW TO GROW BENT, TO ALLOW TO BE GRANDMOTHERS AT AGE 36 WITH NO JOB, TOO MANY CHILDREN.))
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Three weeks away from the election, Wilder says Cosby's visit has nothing to do with his campaign strategy. But he says it does enforce one of the issues he plans to address if elected mayor.
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[SOT 23:15:33]
[IN Q=If you don't address education]

((DOUG WILDER: IF YOU DON'T ADDRESS EDUCATION, IF YOU DON'T ADDRESS HOUSING AND IF YOU DON'T ADDRESS CRIME THEN ALL OF THOSE THINGS TOGETHER, NOT SEPARATELY AS SILOS IT'S NEVER GOING TO BE RESOLVED.))
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[OUT Q=going to be resolved]
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Cosby says his visit to Richmond was an opportunity to share his passion for education.
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Still ahead on News 7, fishing pros from all over the country are dropping their lines in a local lake.
We'll take you there.
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And vandals have been trashing this salvage yard. Now the owners are fighting back.
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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as Gretna busts a move in the new Associated Press high school football polls. UVa and Florida State are all over the top 10 - Steve Mason some early game week thoughts on the matchup. Game times has been set for the Duke-UVa game a week later. Plus, Beth Dunkenberger was in the valley tonight, right here on the Big 7.))
[Auto-Vandalism]

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Someone's joy riding in the middle of a Roanoke salvage yard.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

It's happened more than once within the last month. It might have happened again, if an intruder hadn't been run off last night. Amid all the wrecked cars up on blocks, Moon Mullins maintains as many as 50 vehicles that still run. Twice now vandals have gotten into the yard and turned the place into a demolition derby.
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[SOT 29:10 ]
[IN Q=If they had]

((MOON MULLINS/MULLINS AUTO PARTS; IF THEY HAD JUST STOLE STUFF FROM US YOU KNOW, THE THIEVERY WOULD HAVE BEEN A LOT LOT BETTER THAN THE VANDALISM SO FAR.))
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He estimates the damage at 40-to-50- thousand dollars. With help from Shenandoah Auto Parts and Star City Auto Parts, Mullins has posted a three thousand dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of those responsible.
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[Columbus-Day]


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Many marked the discovery of the New World today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]

The sixtieth annual Columbus Day Parade in New York City made its way up Fifth Avenue around noon today. About 500-thousand people were expected. The one exception to the no-traffic rule on Fifth Avenue was this year's grand marshal, Mario Andretti. He cruised the parade route in a 2005 Lamborghini Spider.
[SUPER=03-Denver, CO;]

However, in some places it was not all celebration.
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((PROTESTORS CHANTING.))
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More than 200 people were arrested while protesting a Columbus Day parade in Denver. Protestors say that the explorer began the genocide of the Native Americans.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Seventeen states do not recognize Columbus Day. South Dakota changed Columbus Day to Native American Day and has recognized it since 1990.

[Bassmasters]


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One of the largest fishing events in the country is taking place this week at Smith Mountain Lake.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Smith Mountain Lake;]

The 2004 Citgo-Bassmasters Open Tournament begins Thursday at the lake. The event reels-in about 350-anglers from all over the country. Frank Scalish of Cleveland actually quit his job in advertising three years ago so he could compete professionally. Now, he's ranked 15 in the country, with the support of some big-name sponsors.
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[SOT 18:32]
[IN Q=i became very fortunate]

((FRANK SCALISH: I BECAME VERY FORTUNATE AND VERY RAPIDLY HAD AMASSED A GOOD SPONSOR BASE WHICH GAVE ME THE ABILITY TO MAKE THIS MY FULL TIME CAREER.))
[SUPER=01-Frank Scalish/15th Ranked BASS Competitor;]
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[OUT Q=full time career]
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Lake officials invested about 30-thousand dollars to host the tournament. But, they expect the event will generate more than a million.
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Robin says rain is in our future.
The forecast is still ahead on News 7.
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[VO-NAT]


And some church members drop their robes to raise money for a new roof.
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[Commercial]

[Camel-Races]


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Camel racing is picking up speed.
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[VO-NAT :24]
[SUPER=03-Albatna, Oman;]

The ancient sport is gaining in popularity in the Middle East, so much so that some places are building tracks to replace the informal desert areas of competition. This contest held Saturday included five legs in which the young riders showed off their skills standing on their mounts. Camels are trained from the age of six months, though they don't enter official races until they're about three years old.
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[Giant-Pumpkin]


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Even Charlie Brown would have to agree, it's a great pumpkin.
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[VO-NAT :33]
[SUPER=03-Half Moon Bay, CA;]

A retired Washington state firefighter produced the winning pumpkin at the 31st annual World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off in Half Moon Bay, California. The pumpkin was grown by 55-year old Joel Holland of Puyallup, Washington. The gargantuan gourd tipped the scales at one-thousand-229 pounds, 49 pounds heavier than last year's winner. The vegetable is 13 feet, seven inches in circumference. Holland grows pumpkins in his spare time. This is his fourth win. He takes home five dollars for each pound of pumpkin -- a total of six-thousand-145 dollars.
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[S-Extra]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports - the new Associated Press top 10 high school football polls are out. The UVa-Florida State hype is underway. The Tarheels have some off the field problems. And the Sox and Yanks are set for game one. But first your Extra Point -
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]

Another good crowd on hand tonight for the monthly meeting of the Roanoke Valley Sports Club. Tonight's featured speaker was new Virginia Tech women's head basketball coach Beth Dunkenberger. The Shawsville native opens practice with her new team this coming Saturday. Her team went 5-and-0 last month on its tour of Australia.
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[S-VHSL]


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Once again teams from the Friday Football Extra area are all over the new Associated Press high school football polls that are out today.
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[VO NAT ENG#]
[SUPER=04-Friday Football Extra; :00]

And no team made a bigger jump this week than Friday Football Extra's number one team - Gretna. After coming from behind and beating William Campbell, the Hawks jump from 9th to 2nd this week.
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[go to aprisa aa board] The unbeaten Salem Spartans who take on unbeaten Christiansburg this week are number one just in front of the Hawks who got an equal number of first place votes.
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[go to second aprisa aa] Pulaski was off last week, but for some reason falls two spots this week. Liberty is 9th and Amherst 10th. Those two play this Friday night in Bedford.
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[wipe to group A aprisa] In the Single A ranks, Gate City is unbeaten and number one with George Wythe third.
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[go to second group a] Floyd County is 7th this week with William Campbell 8th and Lebanon 10th.
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[talent=mike]
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No Triple A team in our area is ranked, but GW Danville did a few more votes.

[S-Cavs]


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The nation's sixth and seventh rated college football teams meet Saturday in Tallahassee and if there was ever a year for Virginia looks to get its first in Tallahassee at Doak Campbell Stadium - it appears this is the year. Steve Mason has more from Charlottesville.
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Last Thursday; :38]
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[SUPER=01-Elton Brown/UVa Co-Captain;1:06]
[SUPER=01-Dennis Haley/UVa's Third Leading Tackler; 1:26]
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[S-Respect]


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Despite the fact that they are ranked higher than FSU - the Cavs are getting little respect tonight. The Seminoles remain a ____ point favorite for the game.
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[GO TO APRISA PAGE UPCOMING GAMES] And also tonight the start time for the Duke game the following Saturday has been set for 1pm in Durham. Amazingly, that game will NOT be televised. In a day and age when virtually every game is on TV, this will mark the third time this season that the Cavs have had games that have not been televised.
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[TALENT=MIKE]
[GRAPHIC=HOLD UVA]

The Cavs did get one good item today. D'Brickashaw Ferguson earned ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors for his play against Clemson. It's his third such honor.

[S-Carolina]


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The North Carolina Tarheels apparently celebrated their win over N.C. State a little too much over the weekend. The Heels have suspended wide receiver Adarius Bowman, linebacker Fred Sparkman and defensive tackle Isaiah Thomas indefinitely after they were cited for possession of marijuana by campus police late yesterday. All three are sophomores.

[S-MLB]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The much anticipated Red Sox - Yankees American League championship series opens tomorrow night. The series opens at historic Yankee Stadium and the atmosphere will be electric, to say the least.
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[SOT]
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[SUPER=01-Curt Schilling/Red Sox Starter in Game One; :00]
[SUPER=01-Mike Mussina/Yankees Game One Starter;:18]
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[OUT Q=...DO THE JOB."]
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[Church-Ladies]


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Some parishioners in Michigan are baring more than their souls for their church.
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[SUPER=03-Battle Creek, MI;]

St. Thomas Episcopal in Battle Creek is in need of a new steeple not to mention renovations. But the church needed money first. So the ladies of St. Mary's Circle put their heads together and decided to use the rest of their bodies in a fundraising calendar. The hitch is... the Belles of St. Marys are naked.
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[SOT 1:40 - 1:49]
[IN Q=This is the body...]

((MARCIA JOHNSON/CALENDAR ORGANIZER: THESE ARE THE BODIES WE HAVE TO LIVE IN, WORK IN, LOVE IN. WE'RE PROUD OF THEM.))
[SUPER=02-Marcia Johnson/Calendar Organizer;]
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[OUT Q=proud of them.]
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[VO-NAT :05]

The pastor doesn't think it's a *bad* idea but it does leave her speechless.
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[SOT 1:20 - 1:32]
[IN Q=It's certainly... I don't feel...]

((JOY PASTOR/PASTOR: IT'S CERTAINLY... I DON'T FEEL... WHAT WORD DO I WANT?))
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[OUT Q=What word do I want?]
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[VO-NAT :10]

The pinup girls are in their fifties, sixties, seventies, and eighties. One model insists they're not completely in the buff - they are wearing earrings on.
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