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Coming up on News 7-
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A leisurely day on the trail is lasted longer than expected for several local hikers. We'll tell you about efforts to find them. Plus, disaster money helps make Roanoke County one of the most prepared in the area. And the house that Babe built, or at least lived in, is no more.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]

News 7 is next.

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[VO-NAT]


A busy night for rescue crews, as they search for two sets of missing hikers.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[Missing-Hikers]


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It could be a long night for rescue crews.
They're searching for two sets of missing hikers, some of whom may be injured.
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[TAKE MAP FULL]
Emergency officials in Rockbridge County say they got a cell phone call about a hiker who was unconcious earlier this evening, then they lost the signal.
Search crews from Buena Vista, Glasgow and Big Island are concentrating their efforts along the Rockbridge/Bedford County line.
They say they've seen some signs of the hikers, but have not yet located them.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


Meanwhile, two teenage hikers lost in Roanoke County have been in contact with crews there.
Firefighters say they're working to rescue the 19 year old and 15 year old from a trail in Southwest Roanoke County.
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[L'burg-Council]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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A decision on whether to locate a new Walgreens pharmacy in Lynchburg is on hold again ... this time for possibly six months.
Tonight, City council decided to study the issue a while longer ...
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Steve/Microwave;]


Steve Smallshaw is in Lynchburg tonight ... Steve, what happens next?
[LIVE=Steve/FULL]
[SUPER=@ssm1]
[SUPER=05-Lynchburg]


Shannon, a lot of that depends on whether Walgreens is willing to wait at least another six months while the city decides whether turning residential land into commercial property is appropriate.
There are also were a few raised eyebrows over tonight's opening prayer ... or lack thereof.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=City Stadium will]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/File Tape; :00]
[SUPER=03-Tonight; :08]
[SUPER=01-Carl Hutcherson/Lynchburg Mayor; :17]
[SUPER=01-Jeff Helgeson/Lynchburg Council Member; 1:05]
[SUPER=01-Michael Gillette/Lynchburg Council Member; 1:17]
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[OUT Q=personally see fit.]

(( City Stadium will get six new skyboxes, but Lynchburg may have to live with just one Walgreens pharmacy for a while.
City council today decided to study whether rezoning this section of Langhorne Road from residential to business fits in with the city's overall land use plan.
[SOT 20:10:27]

((CARL HUTCHERSON/LYNCHBURG MAYOR: I THINK IT BECAME THE WILL OF COUNCIL TO REALLY TAKE A LOOK AT THE WHOLE AREA AND IF THAT'S GOING TO BE COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WHERE IT'S GOING TO BE AND HOW IT'S GOING TO AFFECT THE ENTIRE FABRIC OF THAT PARTICULAR AREA.))
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[OUT Q=particular area.]


Landowner Schaefer Oglesby says he can't rent the apartments that currently sit where the Walgreens would go ... and the delay is costing him and the pharmacy chain significant money.
And usually the council meeting begins with an opening invocation ... tonight was Jeff Helgeson's turn.
[SOT 19:36:56]

((SO RATHER THAN WASTING OUR TIME, TIPPING OUR HAT TO SOME CEREMONIAL DEITY THAT DOES NOT EXIST, WE MAY AS WELL JUST GET STARTED MR. MAYOR.))
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Helgeson says he disagrees with the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals which has ruled government prayer cannot be limited to the Christian faith.
[SOT 20:11:30]

((JEFF HELGESON/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: I'M A CHRISTIAN AND TO PRAY TO SOMEONE OTHER THAN THE LORD JESUS CHRIST WOULD BE VIOLATING MY CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES.))
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[OUT Q=Christian principles.]


Council member Michael Gillette respects Helgeson's decision .. but thinks the Fourth Circuit was right.
[SOT 20:13:06]

((MICHAEL GILLETTE/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: I'M PROUD TO BE LIVING IN A COUNTRY THAT RECOGNIZES THERE'S A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION AS TO WHAT IS THE ONE TRUE GOD THAT WE RESPECT PEOPLE'S ABILITY TO PRAY AS THEY PERSONALLY SEE FIT.))
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Instead, Helgeson and a few others prayed before the meeting, outside council chambers in the lobby of City Hall.


[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Steve/Microwave;]


We asked whether he plans to keep doing this .. his response was "we'll see". Shannon?


[Homeland-Security]


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The office of a U.S. Senator from Minnesota will be closed through the November election.

Democrat Mark Dayton says an intelligence briefing made him fear for the safety of his staff.
Aleen Sirgany explains.
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[IN Q=When Congress adjourns the lawmakers leave...]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC; :00]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Mark Dayton/(D) Minnesota; :12]
[SUPER=01-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News; :53]
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((WHEN CONGRESS ADJOURNS THE LAWMAKERS LEAVE... BUT THEIR STAFF KEEPS WORKING.
HOWEVER, MINNESOTA SENATOR MARK DAYTON HAS SHUT HIS OFFICE DOWN BECAUSE OF A TOP SECRET INTELLIGENCE REPORT.
(SOT-Sen. Mark Dayton/(D) Minnesota)
"I do so out of extreme necessary precaution to protect the lives and safety of my senate staff and my Minnesota consti

tuents. DAYTON WOULD NOT GIVE DETAILS ABOUT THE REPORT, HE SAYS WAS PRESENTED TO SENATORS TWO WEEKS AGO... BUT SAYS HIS OFFICE WILL STAY CLOSED THROUGH ELECTION DAY.
(SOT-Sen. Mark Dayton/(D) Minnesota)

"I would not bring my two sons to capitol hill between now and the election." THE PROBLEM IS NO ONE ELSE ON CAPITOL HILL SEEMS TO AGREE WITH DAYTON. SENATE MAJORITY LEADER BILL FRIST, WHO DAYTON SAYS PRESENTED THE REPORT, SAYS THERE HAS BEEN NO NEW INFORMATION OVER THE LAST FIVE TO SIX WEEKS. AND OFFICIALS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY SAY THEY ARE UNAWARE OF ANY SPECIFIC THREATS. BUT EVEN AFTER HEARING THAT DAYTON SAYS HIS DECISION STANDS.
(SOT-Sen. Mark Dayton/(D) Minnesota)

"I hope and pray that the precautions I have taken will prove unnecessary."
(STANDUP: Aleen Sirgany/CBS NEWS/Washington, DC)

A SENIOR F-B-I OFFICIAL SAYS THE BUREAU REMAINS CONCERNED ABOUT AN ATTACK BEFORE THE ELECTION, BUT THAT THERE IS NO NEW INFORMATION POINTING TO A TIME OR PLACE. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

[Dealership-Collapse]


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A nautral gas explosion leveled part of a car dealership in New York this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Huntington Station, NY;]

Emergency officials responded to a building collapse at a dealership in Huntington Station on Long Island just before 4 pm today. Nine people were injured, two critically, when the explosion leveled the used car facility. Reportedly all employees are accounted for however, crews are still in search and rescue mode looking for customers who might be trapped.
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[County-Disaster]


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If a similar situation were to happen here, Roanoke County is now prepared. The fire department purchased new equipment using a homeland security grant.
The funds are supposed to be used to fight terrorism or deal with a terrorist attack. [***NEWS 7 @ 6 IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Justin /NEwsroom;]


But as Justin McLeod discovered some say the money is being spent unwisely. Justin, what did you find out?
Shannon, Roanoke County says it's equipment is worth every penny.
[LIVE= Justin /FULL Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Justin1]


But it's a different story in other parts of the country where some cities and towns are protecting the homeland by using the grants to purchase coffee and candy.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-David Jones/Roanoke Co. Fire and Rescue Department; :15]
[SUPER=01-Steve Simon/Roanoke Co. Fire and Rescue Department; :38]
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((((NAT SOUND OF SAYING "THIS SAW IS DESIGNED TO ACTUALLY CUT INTO CONCRETE AND STEEL" AT 4:17:41))
These are the tools firefighters will now use if a building in the Roanoke Valley ever collapses.
They're part of the county's new structural collapse unit.
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[IN Q=Obviously with the events]

((DAVID JONES/ROANOKE CO. FIRE AND RESCUE DEPARTMENT: OBVIOUSLY WITH THE EVENTS OF SEPTEMBER 11TH AND THE EMPHASIS ON HOMELAND DEFENSE THERE'S ALWAYS THE POSSIBILITY THAT WE MAY HAVE A HIGH RISE OR SOME LARGE STRUCTURE COLLAPSE.)) [Runs08]
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That could lead to casualties and the county now has equipment to deal with those as well.
It's called the mass casualty unit. It is a trailer that holds the necessary equipment to care for up to 50 people.

The unit will be used for a major incident involving more than ten patients.
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[IN Q=For example a plane]

((STEVE SIMON/ROANOKE CO. FIRE AND RESCUE DEPARTMENT: FOR EXAMPLE A PLANE CRASH, A BAD WRECK ON THE PARKWAY WITH A TOUR BUS, A BAD WRECK ON THE PARKWAY WITH MULTIPLE CARS.)) [Runs07]
[OUT Q=with multiple cars]


Roanoke County purchased this equipment with a 35-thousand dollar homeland security grant.
However, it is unclear how these anti terrorism funds should be used.
Nationwide, some localities have purchased things like traffic cones, an artificial Christmas tree, even a wall clock.
Locally, Bedford used a homeland security grant to establish a swift water rescue team.
Roanoke County says it's spending the money wisely.
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[IN Q=The closest]

((STEVE SIMON/ROANOKE CO. FIRE AND RESCUE DEPARTMENT: THE CLOSEST EQUIPMENT WOULD BE IN THE RICHMOND NORTHERN VIRGINIA AREA SO FEMA AND HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT RECOGNIZED THAT THIS WAS EQUIPMENT THAT DEFINITELY WOULD BE UTILIZED FOR THE ROANOKE VALLEY IN THE EVENT OF A TERRORIST EVENT.)) [Runs13]
[OUT Q=of a terrorist event]))
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[LIVE= Justin /FULL Newsroom]


Roanoke County points out this equipment will be used throughout southwest Virginia and not just the Roanoke Valley.

[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Justin /Newsroom;]


Shannon, Virginia is fourth in the nation when it comes to receiving homeland security funds.

[Teacher-Award]


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A Franklin County school teacher got awarded today, in a big way.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]

Lisa Bowman, a fourth grade teacher at Burnt Chimney Elementary, won the Milken National Educator Award today. Each year, the foundation surprises outstanding educators all over the country with a prize of 25-thousand dollars. Bowman started her seven-year teaching career as a school volunteer.
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Still ahead, new developments in an old Southside murder case.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus business could be booming at the ballot box next month.
More on the huge numbers of new voters registering in Virginia.
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[Sports-preview]


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[M'Ville-Murder]

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There's another twist in a long-running Martinsville murder case.
A man already tried twice for the crimepled guilty to a conspiracy charge Friday.
Billy Ray Manns has allegedly confessed to the killing of Lisa Nicole Thomas and reportedly identified the victim's husband and his spiritual advisor as the ones who paid him to do it. Today, those two suspects were arraigned on capital murder charges.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville]

Maverick Demarco Thomas told the judge he cannot afford to hire an attorney. He and Malvester Dixon are accused in a murder for hire scheme that dates back to the year 2000.
[SUPER=04-September 2000]

Lisa Thomas was found shot to death in the store she and her husband ran on Walnut Street.
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[SOT 1:51:13]
[IN Q=I'm glad it]

((I'M GLAD IT CAME TO THE POINT WHERE THEY TRIED TO SOLVE IT. BECAUSE SHE DIDN'T DESERVE TO DIE THAT WAY. THAT'S A HORRIBLE DEATH FOR ANY HUMAN BEING.))
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[VO-NAT]


Maverick Thomas has issued repeated calls for justice, including one yesterday, just before he and Dixon were arrested.
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[Election-Preps]


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The state board of elections is preparing for a record number of voters at the polls this November.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond;]

More than 130- thousand Virginians have registered to vote since the first of September. The number of people requesting absentee ballots has also surged. Election officials attribute the high numbers to the "Help America Vote Act." The legislation allots Virginia nearly 70- million dollars to reform its voting system - which officials say is already ahead of the game.
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[SOT 10:49:17]
[IN Q=Virginia has had a form]

((JEAN JENSEN: VIRGINIA HAS HAD A FORM OF A PROVISIONAL BALLOT SINCE THE 70'S. SOME STATES HAD NEVER HAD IT SO THEY HAD TO START FROM SCRATCH TO IMPLEMENT SOMETHING LIKE THAT. WE HAVE HAD A STATEWIDE VOTER REGISTRATION DATABASE SINCE THE 70'S.))
[SUPER=01-Jean Jensen/State Board of Elections Secretary;]
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[OUT Q=database since the 70's]
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[VO-NAT]

To accommodate a record number of voters, the state has created a new phone system to help answer questions on election day.
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[Knight-Celotex]


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A Danville factory will soon be buzzing with activity again.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville/1996]


Knight-Celotex will reopen the old Masonite plant and create 145 jobs over the next year.
The company will also invest a million dollars in upgrades.
Knight-Celotex makes environmentally-friendly insulation and fiberboard products.
Masonite closed the plant in March, eliminating 172 jobs.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Still ahead, researchers go high tech to see if Mount Saint Helens will go sky-high
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[VO-NAT]


And will bringing down Babe Ruth's house bring down the Bambino's curse on the Red Sox?
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[Commercial]

[Camp-Damage]


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[TAPE#=04-30 TC1:30:39]
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Two weeks after tropical depression Jeanne caused heavy flooding in western Virginia, many areas are still recovering.
And in some, the extent of the damage is just coming to light.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Craig Co.]


Camp Easter Seals in Craig County has served 25- thousand disabled children and adults since it opened in 1957.

On September 28th, five to seven feet of water flowed through the camp. The flood included raw sewage from a treatment facility upstream.
Most of the equipment and facilities must now be cleaned, repaired or replaced, and officials say the cost is more than one million dollars.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[SS=HOLD]


The camp has cancelled programs for the rest of the year, but officials say they are committed to reopening next Spring. They are now raising funds to pay for the damage.

[Mt-St-Helens]


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Scientists are using technology to help them see what's invisible to the human eye.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Mt. St. Helens, WA;]

Concerned about the approach of winter at Mount Saint Helens, scientists had asked for technology to provide *bad weather* capabilities. Advanced Ceramics Research volunteered the use of drone aircraft that can monitor the volcano day or night and even during an eruption. *ACR* will be responsible for flight operations and planning and the USGS will analyze the real-time data.
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[SOT 1:12 - 1:23]
[IN Q=Essentially we're looking]

((WOODY BERZINS/ADVANCED CERAMICS RESEARCH; ESSENTIALLY WE'RE LOOKING AT THIS AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO DO THE DULL, DIRTY AND DANGEROUS WORK REMOTELY AND GIVE THE SCIENTISTS NOW AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE A LOOK FIRST HAND AT INFORMATION THEY MIGHT NOT HAVE HAD BEFOREHAND))
[SUPER=01-Woody Berzins/Advanced Ceramics Research;]
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[OUT Q=have had beforehand.]
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[VO-NAT]

That's not the only piece of technology helping to analyze the volcano's activity. An infrared camera this morning showed the glow of heat from the mountain and magma nearing the surface - the white spots in the image indicate heat.
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[S-Extra]


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High school volleyball, Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Martinsville, AND Tech on the Rattlers, but first our extra point.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Daniel Berthiaume will play at least one more season of pro hockey. Berthaiume is off to Michigan to play for the Port Huron Beacons under former Greensboro Generals coach Rick Adduono.
Berthiuame played for the now non-existent Roanoke Expres from 1997 until 2002 before heading to Greensboro for two seasons. This will be his 20th season of professinal hockey, eight of which were spent in the NHL.
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[S-ALCS]


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The American League Championship series between the Yankees and the Red Sox is in the eighth inning and New York leads 8-7. New York jumped out to an 8-nothing lead before the Sox ended Mike Mussina's no hit bid in the seventh. Boston then had a five run seventh and a two run eigth to close the gap.

[S-Womack]


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The NLCS between the Cardinals and the Astros begins Wednesday in St. Louis.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-Major League Baseball; :00]


The Cardinals head into the series with at least one former World Series champ in former Gretna star Tony Womack who respects the Stros as the series gets underway.
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[S-Volley]


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From the diamond to the court, high school volleyball last night from Daleville.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Daleville/Vikings vs. Cavaliers; :00]


Amy Crawford and her Lady Vikings of Northside would take on the Cavaliers of Lord Botetourt on the Cavs home floor.
Northside jumps out quick. After a nice Botetourt serve, Jennifer Williams with the set and Lynsey Ferris puts it home with the slam in the first game.
Then, Ferris shows her defensive skills with the block here and the Cavaliers can not handle the ball and the point goes to Northside.
[SUPER=34-Lord Botetourt/3/Northside/1;]But when you have Nicci Moats.....could mean trouble...We pick up the point

in mid action and Moats with the monster kill to end the rally, point Botetourt.
Here, Moats didn't even need a set, she just crushes the ball. Cavs win 3-1.
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[S6 NEXT]

[S-Labonte]


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Two-time NASCAR champion Terry Labonte will race a limited schedule in 2005 and 2006, as he eases out of the car.


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-NASCAR; :00]

Labonte is scheduled to run about ten races next season in the Number 44 Chevrolet, followed by ten races in 2006 in what will be his final season. Kyle Busch will take Labonte's spot in the Number Five Chevy and is to run a full-time Nextel Cup schedule in 2005. Labonte's first full season was in 1979.
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[S-Junior]


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Dale Earnhardt Junior tested the Martinsville half mile today and Travis Wells tells us why the Talladega incident is in the most popular driver's rear view mirror.
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[S-Tech]


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Florida A & M a challeneg for Virginia Tech?.. doubt it. The Rattlers are 2 and 4 and lost to Temple 38 to 7. The Hokies are 4 and 2 and on the verge of returning to the top 25.
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[IN Q=WE LOOK AT IT...]
[SUPER=01-Bryan Randall/6 TD Passes & 6 Interceptions; :00]
[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/18th Season at Virginia Tech; :21]
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[OUT Q=...DEFINE OUR SEASON."]
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[S-FSU]


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The smack start between 6th rated UVa and 7th ranked Florida State has started. A Florida newspaper reports that after Syracuse nearly beat the seminoles, Virginia offensive lineman Elton Brown called an FSU player on his cell phone to rib him a little.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]


Florida State has respect for the Virginia offense but that doesn't mean the Noles aren't jawin a little.
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[OUT Q=......trying to do"]
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[Babes-House]


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Superstitious Red Sox fans may have cause for celebration as the team heads into the American League championship series with New York.
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[VO-NAT :27]
[SUPER=03-Watertown, MA;]

Babe Ruth's old house in Watertown, Massachusetts was demolished today. It was the last place he lived before becoming a Yankee. It took demolition workers about 90 minutes to reverse the 86-year-old Curse of the Bambino as the home on Quincy Street, about 10 miles from Fenway Park, was torn down to make way for a couple townhouses. The curse traditionally refers to the bad luck that the Boston team has endured since their last World Series win in 19-18. (------------)