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Coming up on News 7-
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The candidates for president react to the latest Osama bin Laden tape. Plus, some members of the Virginia Tech band toot their horns for a different team. We'll show you why they were on the sidelines at a high school game. And, when it comes to collecting mousetraps, this man's the big cheese.
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News 7 is next.

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[IN QYoure security is not...] (("YOUR SECURITY IS NOT IN THE HANDS OF BUSH, KERRY, OR AL QAEDA. .))
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[OUT Q=Kerry or al Qaeda.]
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With just four days left in the presidential campaign, Osama bin Laden is suddenly in the middle of it ... with a video-taped message to the people of the United States.
For the first time, the fugitive leader of al Qaida admits that HE ordered the September Eleventh Attack on America. He also lays out his reason for the attack and threatens another one.
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[Bin-Laden]


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Good evening. I'm Shannon Young.
Intelligence officials believe the tape was made recently and that the person claiming to be bin Laden is, in fact, the al Qaida leader. The F-B-I and Justice Department are analyzing the 18-minute tape for hidden signals forewarning an attack on the U-S.
They say they're intrigued by the fact that the tape has English subtitles.
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Jennifer Donelan is live in Washington, DC with more.
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[SUPER=01-Jennifer Donelan/CBS News;]
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((... A FIRST TIME ADMISSION -- AND AN OMINOUS WARNING.... OSAMA BIN LADEN DIRECT TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE -- SAYING HE ORDERED THE 9/11 ATTACKS -- AND THERE ARE REASONS TO REPEAT IT. "To the american people...my message is to you about the ideal way to avoid another disaster." OSAMA BIN LADEN TELLS AMERICANS THE BEST WAY TO PREVENT ANOTHER ATTACK IS TO STOP THREATENING MUSLIM'S SECURITY. HE SAID HE DESTROYED THE TWIN TOWERS BECAUSE AMERICA GAVE ISRAEL PERMISSION TO INVADE LEBANON IN 1982. BIN LADEN ACCUSED PRESIDENT BUSH OF MISLEADING THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IN THE YEARS SINCE 9/11.
SOT - OSAMA BIN LADEN/VOICE OF TRANSLATOR "bush is still practicing deception and hiding the true cause for this war."

BIN LADEN'S WORDS REACHED THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN TRAIL -- PROMPTING BOTH CANDIDATES TO RESPOND TO THIS LATEST AGGRESSION... WITH A DISPLAY OF UNITY.
SOT - BUSH "Americans will not be intimidated or influenced by an enemy of our country, I'm sure Sen. Kerry will agree

with me on that."
SOT - JOHN KERRY, D-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE "Let me make it clear - crystal clear, Americans we are absolutely united th

at we will hunt down and capture the terrorists." THE WORLD'S MOST WANTED TERRORIST CONCLUDED THE 18 MINUTE TAPE.... SAYING, QUOTE "ANY STATE THAT DOES NOT MESS WITH OUR SECURITY, HAS NATURALLY GUARANTEED ITS OWN." "Your security is not in the hands of kerry or bush or al-qaeda, your security is in your hands yourselves." STANDUP - JENNIFER DONELAN
(NOT VERBATIM) THE TAPE LACKED AN EXPLICIT THREAT / NO PLANS TO RAISE

TERROR THREAT LEVEL.))
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[Iraq]


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The Penagon now says the U-S army destroyed 250 tons of ammunition and plastic explosives from an Iraqi bunker where more explosives later went missing.
But officials could not confirm if it included any of the high-powered explosives once watched by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
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[SUPER=03-Fallujah, Iraq;]

Meantime, a U-S general says American forces are gearing up for a major operation against insurgents. Officials haven't said when the assault in Fallujah might come. But hundreds of British troops have reached a base near Baghdad freeing U-S forces to join the assault. The operation is an effort to end the violence that's escalated since Fallujah fell under guerilla control last spring. Marines have been hitting the area with frequent airstrikes, targeting buildings believed to be used by followers of a Jordanian terror leader.
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[Flu-Shots]


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More Flu vaccine is on its way to the Virginia Department of Health.
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Starting next week, some 77-thousand doses will be shipped to the state's 35 local health districts.
The vaccine is still being targeted toward those at high-risk of flu-related complications including the elderly, young children and those with chronic medical conditions.
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[Appalachian-Power]


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American Electric Power's base rates have been capped since 1999, but customers in Virginia could still see an increase in their bills.
Today the company's Appalachian Power Division asked the state corporation commission to increase the fuel factor component of its customers bills.
That portion of the bill helps recover fluctuating fuel costs associated with the generation of electricity.
If the 2-point-1 percent increase is approved, customers would see an increase of a dollar-twenty per thousand kilowatt hours.

[Plane-landing]


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A Dallas to D-C flight was diverted to Roanoke today with engine trouble.
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The left engine on the Boeing M-D-80 started vibrating at 33-thousand feet. American Airlines says the pilot decided to shut down the engine and declare an emergency.
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[IN Q=Of course, you never]

((OF COURSE YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN YOU'RE UP THAT HIGH AND YOU'RE HAVING PROBLEMS, AND OF COURSE SMOKE WAS COMING INTO THE CABIN.))
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A spokesman for the airline was unable to explain the source of the smoke. The 126 passengers were delayed in Roanoke a couple of hours before American was able to get another plane here to continue the flight.
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[Craig-Band]


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When you go to a high school football game, you expect to see plenty of fans, cheerleaders, and a marching band.
But an area high school has been missing one of those components for years.
Justin McLeod has the up-BEAT story.
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[SUPER=03-Craig Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Caroline McCool/Virginia Tech Junior; :25]
[SUPER=01-Tracy Poff/Craig Co. H. S. Principal; :37]
[SUPER=@justin1; :50]
[SUPER=01-Nate Lambeth/Virginia Tech Senior; 1:07]
[SUPER=01-Janet Reynolds/Craig Co. H. S. Freshmen; 1:24 (QUICK)]
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((((NAT SOUND OF BAND PLAYING))
This is something you don't hear at many Craig County home football games, a marching band.
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((TRACY POFF/PRINCIPAL: IT'S A WHOLE NEW ENVIRONMENT. THIS HOW HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SHOULD BE.)) [Runs03]
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((QUICK NAT SOUND OF BAND DOING A CHEER))
The tunes are made possible thanks to Virginia Tech's Marching Virginians.
About forty members agreed to play here at Craig County High School, free of charge.
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[IN Q=We're just trying]

((CAROLINE McCOOL/VIRGINIA TECH JUNIOR: WE'RE TRYING TO JUST TO KEEP THE CROWD PUMPED AND PLAY SOME UPBEAT STUFF AND JUST KEEP IT GOING.)) [Runs04]
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Keeping it going hasn't been easy here in Craig County.
It's been more than a decade since the high school had a marching band.
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[IN Q=We gotta play]

((TRACY POFF/PRINCIPAL: WE GOTTA PLAY PIPE MUSIC IN FROM THE PRESS BOX ON A CD OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT, IT'S JUST NOT THE SAME.)) [Runs05]
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Here's the problem.
Craig County had very little money to sustain a music program and had trouble keeping band directors.
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[IN Q=There's also very]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THERE'S ALSO VERY LITTLE INTEREST IN A MUSIC PROGRAM. HERE AT CRAIG COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, THERE ARE ROUGHLY A LITTLE OVER 200 STUDENTS BUT ADMINISTRATORS HOPE BY HAVING THE BAND HERE INTEREST WILL PICK UP.)) [Runs10]
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((QUICK NAT SOUND OF DRUMMER))
Drumming up support is partly why the Marching Virginians agreed to come here.
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((NATE LAMBETH/VIRGINIA TECH SENIOR: I KNOW IT'S HARD FOR A LOT OF THESE SMALL SCHOOLS BUT HAVING A BAND OR MUSIC PROGRAM IN GENERAL IT'S AN EXCELLENT WAY TO PRODUCE GOOD STUDENTS.)) [Runs09]
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((QUICK NAT SOUND OF THE BAND))
The principal admits a music program will be costly but if the students and the community want one, it may become a reality.
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[IN Q=I think it would]

((JANET REYNOLDS/CRAIG CO. H.S. FRESHMEN: I THINK IT WOULD BE REALLY COOL TO HAVE A BAND HERE STUFF AND HELP CHEER ON THE TEAM AND STUFF.)) [Runs04]
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Until that day comes, fans can enjoy one of the best marching bands in the area without having to travel to Lane Stadium.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Craig County.))
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Still ahead on News 7, a Virginia teenager wants some alleged bullies to pay up-- to the tune of 150-thousand dollars.
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Plus a look at who's trick or treating when this weekend.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, we'll hit the gridiron on Week 9 of the high school season, we'll look back at how Bryan Randall and the Hokies rallied to sting Georgia Tech, and Hendrick Motorsports tries to move on as Nascar races in Atlanta. All that and more on the way in sports.))
[Amendments]

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Virginia voters will decide Tuesday whether to amend the state constitution.
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The first proposed amendment deals with apportionment-
It has to do with re-districting and elections- saying when re-districting takes place, an elected official would continue to represent the original district for the full term.
If there's a special election- the position must be voted on in the original district.
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((HARRY WILSON/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR POLITICAL SCIENCE: IT'S BASICALLY TRYING TO PREVENT PEOPLE FROM BEING DISENGRANCHISED OF REPRESENTED BY SOMEONE FOR WHOM THEY DID NOT HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO VOTE FOR OR AGAINST. DO IT'S NOT A PARTISAN ISSUE OR IDEOLOGY ISSUE. IT'S A DEMOCRACY TYPE OF ISSUE I THINK.))
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[OUT Q=TYPE OF ISSUE I THINK.]
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The second constitutional amendment deals with succession- which spells out a long list of who would take over as Governor in the event of an emergency or enemy attack until the house of delegates can meet to elect a governor.
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[WIPE TO WDBJ WEBPAGE FS]
If you'd like to read the proposed amendments in full, log onto WDBJ-7 dot com and click on websites in the news.
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[Baker]


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A Craig County middle school teacher is charged with a crime against a minor. Gregory Todd Baker is charged with taking indecent liberties with a child.
School officials say the allegations arose from an incident at the school. Baker was put on paid leave. He is free on 5-thousand dollars bond.

[Pulaski-Transit]


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Pulaski's new bus service is picking up the pace.
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Rider-ship has tripled since the transportation system started running about a month ago. Nearly 30 to 40 people ride buses around town each day. The project was paid for by a state grant. Officials believe rider ship will eventually increase to 100 people a day.
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[IN Q=We want to]

((GARY HEINLINE: WE WANT TO EXTEND IT OUT TO THE OUTLINING OF THE COUNTY IN PULASKI, TO THE HIWASI AREA, DOWN IN THE FAIRLAWN AREA, THE BELL SPRING PARROT AREA. SO WE WANT TO GET OUT INTO THE OUTLINING AREAS OF PULASKI COUNTY TO REALLY MAKE THIS A REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM))
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Two buses currently run an hour long route all day. You can also call ahead for curb to curb service.
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[Halloween]


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A lot of kids... and some adults... are putting the finishing touches on their halloween cosutmes.
Here's a list of when communities will observe the holiday... as reported to News 7. [SANDY SUPPLIES MUSIC!!!]
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[Reeve-Memorial]


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Friends, family and well-known guests gathered today at a memorial service for Christopher Reeve.
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The private service was held at the Julliard School in New York with about 900 people in attendence.
Senator Hilary Rodham Clinton, Mary Tyler Moore and Robert Kennedy, Junior, were among those invited.
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[IN Q=He took that]

((ROBERT KENNDY JR.: HE TOOK THAT TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AND HE TURNED IT INTO SOMETHING GOOD FOR MILLIONS AND MILLIONS OF PEOPLE AND HE NEVER SPENT EVEN A MOMENT FEELING SORRY FOR HIMSELF))
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[OUT Q=sorry for himself]
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Reeve died October tenth from an infection linked to his paralysis.
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[Bully-Lawsuit]


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A former Virginia high school student is suing his classmates for making his life miserable during high school. Nineteen-year-old Joseph Golden says he wants three of his former classmates at Chancellor High School in Spotsylvania County to pay for repeated assaults and ridicule. Golden says several teachers witnessed the "bullying" but did nothing. He's asking for 150-thousand-dollars from each classmate. An attorney for one boy says his client denies the allegations.

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Coming up, Week 9 high school football highlights from all over the map, Bryan Randall gets a monkey off his back, and the Nascar family tries to move on in Atlanta this weekend, but first our extra point,
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[SUPER=03-Orlando, FL; :00]


Curt Schilling has another World Series ring, and this week, the flame thrower spent some time with Mickey and Minnie Mouse at Disney's Magic Kingdom in Orlando. Boston officials are expecting more than 2 million fans at a parade and rally for the World Champion Red Sox tomorrow.
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[S-Salem]


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We start tonight over at Cave Spring where the Knights hosted Salem in a matchup of one loss teams.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Salem vs. Cave Spring; :00]


We pick it up in the 3rd quarter. Salem led it 21-14, when Matt Shawver went deep down the sideline and connects with Brian Webb. Webb goes 45 yards to the zone to cap off a 21 point quarter for the Spartans.
Cave got the ball late in the fourth after a Salem turnover. Beau Austin keeps for the TD off the left side bringing the Knights to within 7 at 28-21.
[SUPER=36-Salem/28/Cave Spring/21/;]

With under 3 minutes to go, Austin throws up the homerun ball, but it's broken up and Salem hung on to win it 28 to 21.

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[S-Byrd]


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In Vinton, William Byrd and Northside locked up in a good one.
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Check out the Terriers, Aaron Conner. He takes the pigskin and rips off a 62 yard run to paydirt. The Terriers were on the board on just the second play of the game to make it 7-nothing.
[SUPER=36-Northside/21/William Byrd/34/;]

Later, Billy Ray Welch gets into the act. Welch goes in on the sweep and Byrd takes out the Vikings 34 to 21.
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[S-Cross]


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North Cross took care of business against Massanutten Military this afternoon on Senior Day in Roanoke County.
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The Raiders were already up 9-7, when James Revercomb went to the air for Chase Morrison. Morrison slips a defender and then takes it to the house.
[SUPER=36-Massanutten/14/North Cross/16/;]

The Raiders won it by a final of 16 to 14.
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[FFE-Scores]


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That's just a sampler of what's to come in a few minutes on Friday Football Extra. Mike Stevens is standing by with highlights from a total of 14 games. But for now here is an early look at the Week Nine scoreboard.
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[SUPER=55-Massanutten/14/North Cross/16/Massanutten/14/North Cross/16/Roanoke Catholic/7/Hargrave/42;]



[SUPER=55-George Wythe/19/Lebanon/27/William Byrd/34/Northside/21/George Washington/21/Franklin Co./20;]



[SUPER=55-Patrick Co./14/Tunstall/35/Northwood/6/Chilhowie/13/James Monroe/0/Bluefield/34;]



[SUPER=55-Salem /28/Cave Spring/21/Alleghany/8/Lord Botetourt/15/Heritage/0/Liberty/13;]



[SUPER=55-Jefferson Forest/20/Rustburg/19/Hidden Valley/0/Blacksburg/19/Grundy/35/Tazewell/14;]



[SUPER=55-Pocahontas/6/Narrows/56/Grayson Co./41/Fort Chiswell/36/Riverheads/14/Buffalo Gap/21;]



[SUPER=55-Auburn/0/Giles/35/Floyd Co./41/E. Montgomery/13/Chatham/28/Nelson Co./21;]



[SUPER=55-Radford/7/Glenvar/35/R.E. Lee/7/Harrisonburg/16/Waynesboro/6/Rockbridge Co./12;]



[SUPER=55-Bath Co./24/Covington/15/Pulaski Co./49/Christiansburg/20/Bassett/21/Martinsville/14;]



[SUPER=55-Parry McCluer/35/Craig Co./21/Culpeper Co./0/E.C. Glass/35/Amelia Co./23/Altavista/24;]



[SUPER=55-Brookville/38/Staunton River/8/Richlands/26/Carroll Co./3/Prince Edward/19/Gretna/62;]



[SUPER=55-Patrick Henry/33/Halifax Co./8/Buckingham Co./42/Appomattox/20/Marion/12/Virginia/33;]



[SUPER=55-Magna Vista/42/Dan River/13/Holston/14/Rural Retreat/21/Cloundland, TN/18/J.J. Kelly/8;]



[S-Tech]


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The Virginia Tech Hokies 14 point win over Georgia Tech last night was a result of big plays by some young 'uns, and plenty of moxie from a quarterback who led a 4th quarter come from behind victory for the first time in his career.


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[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/Hokies vs. Yellow Jackets; :00]
[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Hokies 6 & 2, 3 & 1 in ACC; :29]
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((Bryan Randall passed for 3 touchdowns and a two point conversion, all in the final five and a half minutes helping the Hokies rally to beat the Jackets 34 to 20. His 304 yards passing were a season high for the senior, but equally impressive were his 64 yards rushing. It was the type of performance that his coaches and teammates have come to expect.
Frank: Randall: Imoh:))


[S-Atlanta]


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The Nextel Cup cars qualified tonight just outside Atlanta for Sunday's Bass Pro Shops 500.
[GRAPHIC=HENDRICK]

But racing took a backseat earlier today as the race teams of Hendrick Motorsports came together to remember their team members who perished in Sunday's plane crash on Bull Mountain.
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[SUPER=03-Hampton, GA; :00]

With heavy hearts, the Hendrick drivers and crew chiefs met reporters in the infield media center as they tried their best to make sense of Sunday's fatal crash and to get back to the business of racing.
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[SUPER=01-Jeff Gordon/DuPont Chevy Driver; :00]
[SUPER=01-Terry Labonte/Kellogg's Chevy Driver; :23]
[SUPER=01-Jimmie Johnson/Lowe's Chevy Driver; :56]
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[OUT Q=....a first for all of us."]
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[S-Qualify]


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[WIPE TO ENG!!]

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On the track Ryan Newman captured the pole for the Bass Pro Shops 500--his third straight this season. Newman's lap clocked in at 191.57 miles an hour. Here's your starting lineup for Sunday's race.
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[SUPER=0107-1. Ryan Newman/191.575/2. Joe Nemechek//3. Elliott Sadler//4. Carl Edwards//5. Greg Biffle//;]
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[SUPER=0107-6. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//7. Mark Martin//8. Jimmie Johnson//9. Kevin Harvick//10. Jeff Gordon//;]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Jeremy Mayfield//12. Rusty Wallace//13. Brian Vickers//14. Robby Gordon//15. Tony Stewart//;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Casey Mears//17. John Andretti//18. Kyle Petty//19. Bobby Labonte//20. Dale Jarrett//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Jeff Burton//22. Kurt Busch//23. Kevin Lepage//24. Todd Bodine//25. Brendan Gaughan//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Travis Kvapil//27. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.//28. Kyle Busch//29. Jamie McMurray//30. Tony Raines//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-31. Shane Hmiel//32. Kasey Kahne//33. Martin Truex, Jr.//34. Ward Burton//35. Jeff Green//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-36. J.J. Yeley//37. Ken Schrader//38. Bill Elliott//39. Matt Kenseth/Prov/40. Michael Waltrip/Prov/;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-41. Sterling Marlin/Prov/42. Terry Labonte/Prov/43. Ricky Rudd/Prov/;]
[RUNS=:45]
[OUT Q=...last driver]
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[TOSS TO WEATHER ]

[Mousetraps]


[ANCHOR=Shan]
[NEWSCAST=11 p.m.]
[WRITER=syo]
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You can try to build a better mousetrap but, chances are, you won't be able to.
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[VO-NAT :19]
[SUPER=03-Brownsburg, IN;]

Just ask Tim Evans of Brownsburg, Indiana. He's been collecting mousetraps for more than 30-years, ever since his father founded Old Mousetraps. Evans'collection includes traps of all shapes and sizes. They're made of everything from steel to wood and plastic and can snap, pound, snare and even electrocute rodents.
(///// SOT at :19 /////)
[SOT 1:28 - 1:41]
[IN Q=As the mouse goes in...]

((TIM EVANS/COLLECTOR: AS THE MOUSE GOES IN AND TRIES TO NOSE UP AND GET THE BAIT, HE GETS THE SHOCK OF HIS LIFE, I'D SAY. THE GAG MOUSETRAP, TRUSTY SETTING PENCIL, WHICH MAKES IT EXPLODE.))
[SUPER=01-Tim Evans/Collector;]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=makes it explode.]
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[VO-NAT :09]

Evans never uses his traps but he does know that peanut butter is the best bait. Although he also admits there's no substitute for a good cat.
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