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Today on News 7 at 5, old building, new owner. And that means 145 new jobs for Danville.
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Plus state elections officials work overtime to get all the newly-registered voters on the list for November.
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Temperatures will not warm up much tomorrow as a good chance of showers move in. Details of the forecast in a few minutes.

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On Healthcheck, please listen up to our warning signs of hearing loss.
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[VO-NAT]

And it turns out gastric bypass surgery has benefits that frequently go beyond the obvious of losing weight.
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Plus a 215 million dollar mystery -- who holds the ticket -- and why we may never know. News 7 at 5 is next. [Open]
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[5-Danville-Jobs]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[TAPE#=504-05 1:53:41]
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[ENG#=3]


New jobs are coming to Southside.
Knight-Celotex, LLC announced it will open a facility in Danville, creating 145 jobs over the next year.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape]


It will be located in the old Masonite manufacturing facility which shut down earlier this year.
The company makes environmentally friendly insulation, roofing, and Fiber board products for residential and commercial construction.
The plant should be up and running by January.
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[5-Linkous]


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A Christiansburg teen will have to go to trial on a first degree murder charge.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Christiansburg/September]

A Montgomery County grand jury indicted 17 year old Zachary Linkous about 30 minutes ago for the first degree murder of 15 year old Edward Bertrand. Last June, Bertrand was shot once in the stomach in a friend's garage on Spruce Street in Christiansburg. Linkous was indicted today on the murder charge and use of a firearm in commission of a felony. No trial date's been set.
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[5-Election-Preps]


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A record number of Virginians could head to the polls next month.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond;]

The State Board of Elections has been working overtime to process newly registered voters. Final numbers released this afternoon show more than 130-thousand Virginians have registered to vote since September first. Some of those will use new electronic voting machines for the first time.
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[SOT 10:44:48]
[IN Q=We have every confidence]

((JEAN JENSEN: WE HAVE EVERY CONFIDENCE IN ALL THE MACHINES. I THINK EVERYBODY IS SORT OF CONCERNED BECAUSE THERE'S SO MUCH NATIONWIDE PUBLICITY ABOUT THE ELECTRONIC TOUCH SCREEN MACHINES, BUT VIRGINIA HAS BEEN USING SOME FORM OF ELECTRONIC VOTING EQUIPMENT SINCE 88.))
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[OUT Q=equipment since 88]
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Voting reform legislation passed two years ago requires all states to replace their punch card machines by 2006.
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[5-Bush-Kerry]


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[WRITER=syo]
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Meantime, the showdown between presidential candidates is moving west for the third and final debate. With the race all but tied, this will be George Bush and John Kerry's last chance to appeal to undecided voters. Teri Okita reports from Arizona.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=At US egg in Tempe, patriotism...]
[SUPER=03-Tempe, AZ;:00]
[SUPER=01-Pat Masiello/Tempe Resident;:22]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/CBS News;:27]
[SUPER=01-Joe Thompson/Barrier/Phoenix Resident;:53]
[SUPER=01-Brenda Scheatzle/Tempe Resident;1:06]
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(((LOCATOR: Tempe, Arizona)
TRACK: AT U-S EGG IN TEMPE, PATRIOTISM IS ON THE MENU AND LOTS OF OPINIONS ARE SERVED UP. THIS LAST DEBATE WILL FOCUS, NOT ON TERRORISM AND NATIONAL SECURITY, BUT ON ISSUES CLOSE TO HOME.
TRACK: IN ARIZONA, A BORDER STATE WHERE THE POPULATION SKEWS A BIT OLDER, ITS NO SURPRISE IMMIGRATION, HEALTHCARE, AND RETIREMENT ISSUES ARE HOT ON THE PLATE.

(Super: Pat Masiello/Tempe Resident)
SOT: How are they going to handle the problems of the baby boomers

getting older, with social security and medicare?

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP BRIDGE: In the 2000 election, George Bush won by a slim six-percent in Arizona, and some say it could be just as close this year.

fast sot Bush


TRACK: GEORGE BUSH HASN'T TAKEN A REST FROM TAKING JOHN KERRY TO TASK ...
THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE IS KEEPING OUT OF SIGHT IN TEMPE ...CONCENTRATING ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
AS IN THE OTHER DEBATE CITIES, VOTERS OUT WEST WANT TO HEAR A CLEARCUT PLAN FOR ECONOMIC RECOVERY.

(Super: Joe Thompson-Barrier/Phoenix Resident)
SOT: The main issue Ive been unemployed since 2001 when Bush took

office has been the economy.
TRACK: MANY HERE HAVE ALREADY MADE UP THEIR MINDS BUT ARE EAGER TO LISTEN TO BOTH CANDIDATES LAST, BEST APPEAL.

(Super: Brenda Scheatzle/Tempe Resident)
SOT: Ive never missed voting in a Presidential election. This is, by

far, the most important.
TRACK: A NEW CBS NEWS POLL SHOWS MR. BUSH LEADING 48-TO-45 PERCENT. WITH A RACE SO CLOSE, THE DIRECTION OF THE COUNTRY MAY HINGE ON EVERY WORD, EVERY NUANCE IN THIS FINAL SHOWDOWN. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, TEMPE ARIZONA.))





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[5-Supreme-Court]


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The Supreme Court will consider whether the Ten Commandments may be displayed on government property.
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The court today made the surprise announcement that it will be hearing an appeal early next year involving displays in Kentucky and Texas. Until now, justices had repeatedly refused to revisit issues raised by their 1980 ruling barring copies of the Ten Commandments from public school classrooms. Lower courts have yielded conflicting rulings that allow displays in some instances but not in others.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Meantime, the high court will sidestep a dispute over whether Internet providers can be forced to identify users who illegally swap music and movies online. The recording industry says more than two and a-half (b) billion music files are illegally downloaded each month.

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[ANCHOR=Shan]
[NEWSCAST=5 p.m.]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=Net]
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The Scott Peterson murder trial is unexpectedly delayed until at least next week. The defense was supposed to take center stage today but the judge had other ideas. Manuel Gallegus reports.
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[IN Q=Scott Peterson's family came to court this morning...]
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(((nats...outside courthouse) LOCATOR: REDWOOD CITY, CA
SCOTT PETERSON' FAMILY CAME TO COURT THIS MORNING - READY TO HAVE JURORS HEAR THEIR SON'S SIDE OF THE STORY. INSTEAD -- JURORS WERE SENT HOME.... AND TOLD LAWYERS NEEDED AT LEAST ANOTHER WEEK BEFORE THE DEFENSE BEGINS ITS CASE. BUT WHEN IT FINALY DOES GET UNDEWAY...FEW SURPRISES ARE EXPECTED.
file:
(geragos)

SCOTT PETERSON'S LEAD DEFENSE LAWYER MARK GERAGOS WILL ARGUE.... WITHOUT A MURDER WEAPON, OR AN EYEWITNESS... THE DOUBLE-MURDER CASE IS BASED ENTIRELY ON CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE.

(prosecutors)

PROSECUTORS CALLED 174 WITNESSES TO HELP BACK THEIR ARGUMENT THAT PETERSON KILLED LACI BECAUSE HE WAS TIRED OF HIS MARRIAGE, FEELING PRESSURE FROM HER PREGNANCY... AND WANTED TO CONTINUE HIS AFFAIR WITH AMBER FREY.
BUT GERAGOS WILL ARGUE HIS CLIENT MAY BE GUILTY OF ADULTERY ...BUT NOT MURDER..

(STANDUP BRIDGE)

AND THE DEFENSE WILL TELL JURORS -- PETERSON COULDN'T BE THE KILLER -- BECAUSE LACI AND HER UNBORN SON CONNER....LIVED MUCH LONGER THAN BELIEVED...AND DIED AFTER PETERSON WAS ARRESTED.

(nats...scott file - at house)

PETERSON CAME UNDER INTENSE MEDIA AND POLICE SCRUTINY IN THE MONTHS AFTER LACI'S DISAPPEARANCE. THE DEFENSE WILL ARGUE - THAT LEFT HIM LITTLE OPPORTUNITY TO MURDER HIS WIFE.
BUT GERAGOS HAS SOME TOUGH BATTLES . HE'LL HAVE TO COUNTER DAMAGING PROSECUTION EVIDENCE: THE FACT THAT THE BODIES WASHED ASHORE EXACTLY WHERE PETERSON SAID HE HAD BEEN FISHING.
AND THE HIGH PROFILE ATTORNEY WILL TRY TO DESTROY PROSECUTION CLAIMS THAT PETERSON HAD REASON TO RUN. .... AND WORK TO EXPLAIN AWAY WITNESSES WHO TESTIFIED ABOUT PETERSON'S STRANGE BEHAVIOR AFTER HIS WIFE DISAPPEARED.
WHILE PROSECUTORS MUST PROVIDE PROOF THAT PETERSON COMMITTED THE CRIME. ...... DEFENSE LAWYERS WILL ATTEMPT TO SPIN A LEGAL WEB OF REASONABLE DOUBT - THAT COULD BE JUST AS EFFECTIVE. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS.))





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It can mean more than losing weight. Still ahead on Healthcheck, more benefits from gastric bypass surgery.
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And spotting the common signs of hearing loss. If they sound familiar, it may be time for a test.
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[5-Obesity-Surgery]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=Healthcheck]
[ENG#=2]

On Healthcheck tonight, a study scheduled for release tomorrow reveals that weight loss is not the only benefit of gastric by-pass surgery. As Dr. Sean Kenniff reports, it can also help diabetes and high blood pressure.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=At 199 pounds,]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jeanette Santos/Obesity Surgery Patient; :13]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS News; :36]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Mitchell Roslin/Lenox Hill Hospital; 1:05]
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[OUT Q=Dr. Sean Kenniff, CBS News.]


((AT 1-HUNDRED AND 99 POUNDS JEANETTE SANTOS IS THE LIGHTEST SHE'S BEEN IN YEARS. JUST NINE MONTHS AGO SHE WEIGHED 2-HU
NDRED AND 70 POUNDS AND TOOK MEDICATION FOR MANY OF THE COMPLICATIONS THAT COME WITH OBESITY. (SOT- Jeanette Santos/Un

derwent Obesity Surgery) "I had diabetes, I had sleep apnea, I had asthma, I had high blood pressure." SHE DECIDED TO UNDERGO GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY.... WHICH MADE HER STOMACH ABOUT THE SIZE OF AN EGG... NOT BECAUSE SHE WANTED TO LOOK
BETTER, BUT BECAUSE HER POOR HEALTH SCARED HER. (SOT- Jeanette Santos/Underwent Obesity Surgery) "I actually felt like

I was gonna die soon." (STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS) THE SURGERY ALLOWED HER TO LOSE 71 POUNDS. BUT IT ALSO HAD A DRAMATIC EFFECT ON HER HEALTH. SHE STOPPED TAKING INSULIN FOR HER DIABETES.... PLUS HER SLEEP APNEA, ASTHMA AND HI
GH BLOOD PRESSURE WENT AWAY. (SOT-Dr. Mitchell Roslin/Lenox Hill Hospital) "you lose a significant amount of weight th

e impact is startling on every system in your body." LENOX HILL HOSPITAL'S DOCTOR MITCHELL ROSLIN, WHO PERFORMED THE PROCEDURE ON JEANETTE, SAYS THE SMALL SIZE OF THE STOMACH AFTER SURGERY COUPLED WITH WEIGHT LOSS REDUCES HIGH BLOOD SUG
AR LEVELS. (SOT-Dr. Mitchell Roslin/Lenox Hill Hospital) "we see frequent reversal of medical conditions of diabetes

, hypertension." (gfx) AND A NEW STUDY FOUND THE SAME TO BE TRUE. OF PEOPLE WHO UNDERWENT BARIATRIC SURGERY ALMOST 77 PERCENT LOST THEIR DIABETES. HYPERTENSION OR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE WAS RESOLVED IN ALMOST 62 PERCENT OF PATIENTS..... AN
D OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA WENT AWAY IN OVER 83 PERCENT OF PATIENTS. (SOT-Jeanette Santos/Underwent Obesity Surgery) "I

just feel like a totally new person." NOW IN GOOD HEALTH JEANETTE HAS STOPPED WORRYING ABOUT THE LENGTH OF HER LIFE AND IS NOW JUST LIVING IT. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS. ))



[5-Hearing-Aid]


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(MINI-OPEN)

[MINI-OPEN] Also on Healthcheck,
One in every 10 Americans suffers from hearing impairment of some kind. But by the age of 65 that number jumps to one in four - many have hearing loss so significant it impacts their ability to comprehend.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2 shot]


Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with more
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Shannon- Many people don't realize they're suffering from hearing loss until it progresses pass a certain point.
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That's why many audiologists recommend getting a yearly hearing test.
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[SUPER=01-Andrea McClure/Audiologist;26]
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[OUT Q=what it amounts to]

((
It was a hearing test --that first alerted George Barrow (Bare-oh) that he was suffering from hearing loss in his left ear that only seemed to get worse over time.
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[SOT19:05:39]
[IN Q=It was the result of having been]

((IT WAS THE RESULT OF HAVING BEEN AROUND TOO MUCH NOISE OVER TIME AND I HAD A LOSS OF HIGH FREQUENCY NOISE AND IT SLOWLY DETERIORATED AND AFTER I CAME DOWN HERE MY RIGHT EAR DID THE SAME THING)) [RUNS14]
[OUT Q=did the same thing]
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[SOT19:20:06]
[IN Q=It can be form a very loud noise]

((IT CAN BE FROM A VERY LOUD NOISE. IT CAN BE FROM AGING. IT CAN BE FROM AGING. IT CAN BE SOMETHING THEY'RE BORN WITH CONGENITAL A LOT O TIME WE CAN'T PIN POINT THE EXACT REASON SOMEONE HAS HEARING LOSS ESPECIALLY IN BABIES)) [RUNS14]
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Some potential signs of hearing loss may include Mistaking the number 50 for 15 or 60 for 16. People accuse you of not paying attention. You hear the words but you don't always understand them. And you can hear better with one ear than the other when listening on the phone.
Barrow (Bare-oh) now wears a digital hearing aid -- but the audiologist admits many are still reluctant to wear them despite the benefits.
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[SOT19:17:03]
[IN Q=People still have the misconcepetion]

((PEOPLE STILL HAVE THE MISCONCEPTION THAT HEARING AIDS ARE BIG AND CLUNKY DEVICES THAT PEOPLE WILL SEE AND THAT WILL WHISTLE. AND REALLY TECHNOLOGY HAS CHANGED SO THAT HEARING AIDS ARE MUCH SMALLER AND THEY DO NOT WHISTLE LIKE THEY USE TO)) [RUNS17]
[OUT Q=like the use to]

There are various sizes of hearing aids --and there's one so small it's about the size of a dime --and it fits completely inside the ear canal.
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[SOT19:09:33]
[IN Q=I couldn't guarantee you]

((I COULDN'T GUARANTEE YOU THAT I HAVE THEM ON IF I HADN'T PUT THEM ON AND REMEMBERED. THEY ARE VERY COMFORTABLE AND I SIMPLY DON'T REMEMBER MOST OF THE TIME. DON'T REALLY THING ABOUT MOST OF THE TIME THAT IS WHAT IT AMOUNTS TO)) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=what it amounts to]))
[ANCHOR=Joy Full]


And digital hearing aids are the latest in technology -they actually listen to the environment and pick out where the speech is coming from and amplify it.
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Shannon,

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The Yanks and Sox renew their long post-season rivalry tonight. Mike Stevens looks ahead in sports.
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[VO]
And long after Jeanne is gone, the flood damage remains. We'll visit a camp where the cleanup has a long way to go.
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[5-Camp-Damage]


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[NEWSCAST=Five]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=504-13 12:03]
[GRAPHIC=Flooding Aftermath]
[ENG#=1]


Two weeks after Tropical Depression Jeanne caused major flooding in western Virginia, the damages continue to mount.
For a popular camp in Craig County, the storm left behind a million dollar problem.
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[SUPER=03-Craig Co.]


Five to seven feet of water from Craig Creek flowed through Camp Easter Seals on September 28th. The flood included raw sewage after the failure of a treatment facility upstream.
Easter Seals Virginia cancelled its Fall programs, and now faces major clean-up and repair before it can re-open.
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[SOT 02:40]
[IN Q=Our commitment]

((KIM HUTCHINSON: EASTER SEALS VIRGINIA PRESIDENT: OUR COMMITMENT IS TO OPEN BACK UP BY THE SPRING OF 2005 AND OUR FIGHT RIGHT NOW IS TO BEAT MOTHER NATURE WHICH WILL COME ROARING THROUGH HERE IN ABOUT SIX WEEKS AND FREEZE THE FACILITY, SO WE HAVE A TASK AHEAD OF US.))
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[OUT Q=have a task ahead of us.]
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The damage to equipment and facilities is estimated at one-point-two million dollars.
Officials say insurance will only cover about ten percent and that they're planning a major fundraising effort to make up the difference.
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"Little E" tests the new track at Martinsville. We'll hear from Dale Junior next in our two minute ticker.
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[VO-NAT]

And we know where the big ticket was sold, but who won the 215-million?
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[ENG#=1]


Good afternoon Eight more drivers tested today at the Martinsville Speedway including the most recent Nextel Cup series winner Joe Nemechek - who won everything this past weekend in Kansas.
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[IN Q=BITE]
[SUPER=01-Joe Nemechek/Banquet 400 Winner; :]
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[OUT Q=...A SPECIAL WEEKEND."]
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Dale Junior finished third in the spring race at Martinsville, and he hopes today's test will give him a leg up on the track's new surface in two weeks.
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[IN Q=BITE]
[SUPER=01-Dale Earnhardt, Jr./Second In Points Race; :00]
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[OUT Q=...WHEN WE COME HERE TO RACE."]
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[vo nat con't] Tonight on News 7 at Six, Junior will talk about his recent penalty and how he plans to make his points the rest of the season.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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[ENG#=2]


The Virginia Tech Hokies get a breather this weekend when they welcome Tallahassee's other team to town - Florida A&M. The Rattlers are a 2-and-4 One Double A team that Tech hopes to use as a building block to get its house in order for the stretch run in the ACC.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=BITES]
[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/18th Season at Virginia Tech; :00]
[SUPER=01-Carlton Powell/Va. Tech Defensive Tackle; :21]
[SUPER=01-Bryan Randall/6 TDs and 6 Interceptions This Year; :38]
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[OUT Q=....FOR WHERE WE NEED TO BE."]
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The American League Championship series between the Yankees and Red Sox opens tonight in New York.
Yankees game one starter Mike Mussina was asked if he thinks the two teams really hate each other.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=BITE]
[SUPER=01-Mike Mussina/Yankees Starter Tonight; :00]
[RUNS=:25]
[OUT Q=...IT'S GONNA BE A BATTLE."]
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[ANCHOR=MIKE]
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Much more for you tonight at the top of the hour. Take care everybody and have a safe night. [GO TO BREAK]

[5Marketwatch]


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[WRITER=tbr]
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A small drop in oil prices helps limit today's damage on Wall Street. Marcella Palmer has today's Marketwatch report.
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[SUPER=01-Marcella Palmer/CBS Marketwatch;]
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[5-Powerball]


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[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=Net]
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[ENG#=2]


Finally tonight, who holds the 215-million dollar Powerball ticket?
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Seaford, DE;]

That's what people around Seaford, Delaware are asking. Just one ticket hit the jackpot in Saturday night's drawing. Lottery officials say the winning ticket was sold at Uncle Willie's convenience store in Seaford. The owners were presented with a ten thousand dollar check today for selling the ticket.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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As for who won, we may never know. Under Delaware law, lottery winners have the option of remaining anonymous.
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