02/26/05

11 p.m.


GRAPHIC=None Coming up on News Seven,



ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Virginia teens get the green light to
talk behind the wheel.

Police in Kansas arrest a murder
suspect they've wanted for three
decades.

And a stand-in for the Pope this
Sunday, for the very first time.


Plus, some amazing auditions for the
Amazing Race.

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News Seven is next.

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*CG standup Myranda Stephens
mstephens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
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VO-NAT VO-NAT
ANCHOR=MYRANDA



MYRANDA

The Virginia House defeats a bill to
limit cellphone use by teen drivers --
this on the same day legislators reach

a tentative budget agreement.

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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens
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GRAPHIC=VA Legislature State budget negotiators agreed


on a 63-billion dollar budget.

And lawmakers acted on other issues
including teen cellphones and gay
marriages in Virginia.

ENG=3 RICHMOND ANIMATION


RICHMOND ANIMATION Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon has more on today's General
Assembly action, and how it affects our
region.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=I want to announce that


*CG 2line Del. Vince Callahan

(R) McLean


:20
*CG 2line Del. Ben Cline


(R) Lexington


:27
*CG 2line Sen. John Chichester

(R) Fredericksburg


:51
*CG 2line Sen. Chuck Colgan

(D) Manassas


1:18
*CG 2line Del. Ward Armstrong

(D) Martinsville


1:34
*CG 2line Del. Tim Hugo

(R) Centreville


1:41
*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@WDBJ7.com
1:59

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OQ=JW, News 7, Richmond.





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<


DEL. VINCE CALLAHAN: I WANT TO
ANNOUNCE THAT THERE IS WHITE SMOKE.
Cheers.

(END SOT)



It all came down to horses and a
tunnel.

Budget conferees agreed on 700-

thousand dollars towards annual debt
service at the Virginia Horse Center
and NOT to build an underground tunnel
between the Capitol and General
Assembly Buildings.

SOT FULL 1:24:02



DEL. VINCE CALLAHAN/(R) McLEAN: THE
FINAL STICKING POINT WAS THE TUNNEL
WHICH THE SENATE HAS BACKED OFF FROM SO
WE'RE ALL SET.

(END SOT)





SOT FULL 1:22:44



DEL. BEN CLINE/(R) LEXINGTON: THE
HORSE CENTER BRINGS IN ABOUT 5 DOLLARS
IN REVENUES FOR THE STATE FOR EVERY
DOLLAR THAT THE STATE INVESTS IN IT.
SO IT'S A MONEYMAKER FOR THE STATE.

(END SOT)



50- million will go towards
cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay and
other Virginia waterways.

K-12 education will see an extra
14- million.

Meanwhile, nearly 850 million has
been allotted for transportation.

SOT FULL 1:32:11



SEN. JOHN CHICHESTER/(R)
FREDERICKSBURG: I JUST DON'T WANT

ANYONE IN YOUR VIEWING AREA TO THINK
THAT WE'VE SOLVED TRANSPORTATION
BECAUSE WE HAVEN'T PUT A DROP IN THE
BUCKET FOR THE NEEDS THAT ARE THERE.

(END SOT)



The governor's plan to jump-
start hurting economies in Southwest
and Southside took a hit.

Negotiators agreed to less than
half of the 20- million- dollar plan.

Some money will go towards a new
university in Southside as well as the
Institute for Advanced Learning and
Research in Danville.

SOT FULL 1:27:09



SEN. CHUCK COLGAN/(D) MANASSAS: ONCE
WE GOT OVER THE SQUABBLING I THINK WE
FELT PRETTY GOOD ABOUT IT. I THINK
EVERYBODY IS PRETTY SATISFIED.

(END SOT)



Weary eyed lawmakers also took up
other pieces of unfinished business.

The debate continued on whether
or not to ban teens from talking on
cell phones while driving.

SOT FULL 1:06:10



DEL. WARD ARMSTRONG/(D) MARTINSVILLE:
IF OUR DAUGHTERS ARE OUT SOMEWHERE I
WANT TO BE ABLE TO GET IN TOUCH WITH

THEM AND I WANT THEM TO BE ABLE TO GET
IN TOUCH WITH ME.

(END SOT)



SOT FULL 1:12:05



DEL. TIM HUGO/(R) CENTREVILLE: THE
STUDIES SHOW THAT WHEN A CHILD, A 16 OR
17 YEAR OLD IS ON A CELL PHONE, HE HAS
THE REACTION TIME OF SOMEONE 50 OR 60-
YEARS OLDER.

(END SOT)



The House voted against the
measure.

That prompted the bill's sponsor
to ask it be left on the table.

SOT FULL



JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM:
MEANWHILE A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
BANNING GAY MARRIAGE IN THE
COMMONWEALTH EASILY PASSED BOTH HOUSES
TODAY. LAWMAKERS HAVE TO PASS IT AGAIN
NEXT YEAR BEFORE VIRGINIA VOTERS GET A
SAY. TOMORROW LAWMAKERS WILL VOTE ON
THE BUDGET AMENDMENTS AND TIE UP ANY
OTHER LOOSE ENDS BEFORE THE 2005
SESSION COMES TO AN END. JENNIFER
WISHON, NEWS 7, RICHMOND.

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GRAPHIC=News7@6 State police say they may never know
ENG#=1 who fired the fatal shot from a


deputy's handgun yesterday outside the
Rockbridge County jail.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Rockbridge Co.
Yesterday Last night, the sheriff's department
said 34-year-old Jerry Wayne Ruley had
control of the gun when it went off --
taking his life. But today, State
Police say there was still a struggle
going on between Ruley and sheriff's
deputies when the the gunshot struck
Ruley in the neck.


Other accounts remain consistent:

A Buena Vista Sheriff's deputy was
bringing Ruley to the Rockbridge County
jail. Ruley was able to grab the
deputy's service pistol despite being
handcuffed.

That's when the struggle began -- now
involving other sheriff's deputies --
but somewhere in that struggle, the
service pistol went off.

The Buena Vista Sheriff's deputy who
took Ruley in is on administrative
leave until further notice.

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GRAPHIC=Rader, Dennis Police in Kansas say they've captured a
ENG#=2 serial killer who's been wanted for


more than 30-years.

Bianca Solorzano has more on the arrest
of the notorious *B-T-K killer.*

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=The bottom line




*CG 2line Ruth Fox
Victim's Relative
:17

*CG 2line Ken Landwehr
BTK Investigator
:42
*CG 2line Norman Williams
Wichita Police Chief
1:23
*CG 2line Bianca Solorzano
Reporting
1:38

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OQ=Bianca Solorzano, CBS News. < (END SOT) Police



The bottom line, BTK is arrested.
(cheers and claps)

THEY WAITED 31 YEARS TO HEAR THOSE
WORDS..FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE VICTIMS OF
THE SERIAL KILLER B-T-K SAY THE NEWS
FINALLY BROUGHT SOME RELIEF.

SOT Ruth Fox/Relative of Nancy Fox



We knew some day it would come we
didn't know when.

POLICE ARRESTED 59-YEAR-OLD DENNIS
RADER, A CITY WORKER IN NEARBY PARK
CITY, WHO THEY BELIEVE IS THE NOTORIOUS
SELF-NAMED B-T-K KILLER.

THE LETTERS STAND FOR "BIND, TORTURE
AND KILL"THE METHOD USED IN EIGHT
KILLINGS BETWEEN 1974 AND 1986.

POLICE HAVE ALSO RECENTLY LINKED TWO

MORE KILLINGS TO B-T-K BETWEEN 1985 AND
91.

SOT Lt. Ken Landwehr/BTK Investigator



Mr. Rader was taken into custody by
members of the task force.

B-T-K'S KILLING SPREE BEGAN IN 1974
WITH THE MURDERS OF A HUSBAND WIFE AND
TWO CHILDREN FOUND BOUND, GAGGED AND
STRANGLED.

THE KILLER TAUNTED WICHITA POLICE AND
THE MEDIA WITH LETTERS CLAIMING
RESPONSIBILITY.

HE EVEN MADE A 9-1-1 CALL TO REPORT ONE
OF THE MURDERS.

SOT - Audio tape from supposed BTK Dec


8th 1977

"Yes, you will find a homicide at 843
S. Pershing

BUT MESSAGES AND LETTERS STOPPED AND
THE CASE WENT COLD UNTIL LAST MARCH.

AFTER 25 YEARS OF SILENCE B-T-K
RESURFACED, SENDING A WICHITA NEWSPAPER
A LETTER CONTAINING EVIDENCE LINKED TO
ANOTHER MURDER.

SOT Police Chief Norman Williams



This has been the most intense
challenging investigation in the
history of the police department.

A CHALLENGE NOT ONLY FOR POLICE, BUT

ALSO FOR THE COMMUNITY WHO WONDERED FOR
DECADES IF A SERIAL KILLER WAS STILL
AMONG THEM. BIANCA SOLORZANO CBS
NEWS.>>
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GRAPHIC=None An Atlanta Braves star has now joined
ENG#=3 the efforts to find a missing Florida


girl.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Homosassa, FL

Nine-year old Jessica Lunsford was last
seen Wednesday night, when she was put
to bed at her home in *Homosassa.*

A 25-thousand dollar reward is now
being offered for information about
Jessica's disappearance.

The money comes from Atlanta Braves
pitcher, Mike Hampton and his wife who
are from Citrus County, Florida.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=it's a plea




*CG 2line Mike Hampton
Atlanta Braves Pitcher :12 IT'S A PLEA YOU KNOW. DO WHATEVER
WE GOTTA DO TO HELP THIS LITTLE
GIRL...KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN.


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VO-NAT VO-NAT



The investigation remains focused on
the girl's neighborhood.

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GRAPHIC=Pope John Paul For the first time in his 26-year
ENG#=4 papacy -- Pope John Paul the Second


will NOT deliver his usual Sunday
prayer tomorrow.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Vatican City
File Tape The Pope had surgery earlier this week
to insert a breathing

tube, and attending physicians have
advised the 84-year-old pontiff

not to speak for the time being.

The Vatican says an aide will stand-in
for the Pope tomorrow at Saint Peter's
Square.

Not even when the Pope was shot in
1981, has he ever missed Sunday prayer.

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ENG#=APRISA A murder victim's mom on the march.


Still ahead, taking steps to stop more
domestic violence.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And another kind of effort to save
lives. A woman's loss turns into a
personal crusade.

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INQ= <

the News 7 Sports office. Coming up
later, we'll check in on the Northwest
Regional semifinals in Rocky Mount and
head to Abingdon for the Region Four
title game. The Hokies find the going
tough in Raleigh, and Randolph-Macon
wins the ODAC women's championship.
Plus, qualifying from the left coast.
All that and more on the way in

sports.>>

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GRAPHIC=None Laura Arnold hopes the loss of
ENG#=1 her best friend can help save the lives


of many others.

She's made her life's goal to
educate people on how they can save a
life through a series of free CPR
classes.

Jeremy Butterfield has the story.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Laura Arnold lost her


*CG locator Roanoke Co.
:11
*CG 2line Laura Arnold

Erica Fulmer's Best Friend
:25


*CG 2line Katie Csorba
Girl Scout Troop 121
:46


*CG 2line Susan Osborne
Mother of Three
1:06


*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:16



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OQ=Roanoke County. <<



(END SOT) Laura Arnold lost her best


friend, Erica Fulmer more than two
years ago after Fulmer went into
cardiac arrest brought on by heart
disease..

Arnold says her friend might
still be alive if someone had performed
CPR.

Now, she has made it her goal to
educate the public on the life-saving
potential we all possess.

LAURA ARNOLD:IT REALLY DOESN'T TAKE

MUCH TIME TO LEARN THE BASICS OF CPR
AND IT'S THE DIFFERENCE OF SOMEBODY
RAISING HER TWO CHILDREN OR DYING AT
35.

The classes help any age group to
learn the basics of CPR.

Members of Girls Scout troop 121
performed CPR on a dummy during this
class and say it was fairly easy, and
fun to learn.

KATIE CSORBA:IT FEELS KIND OF GOOD THAT
YOU KNOW HOW YOU CAN SAVE SOMEBODY AND
THAT YOU CAN MAYBE LET THEM LIVE LONGER
AND LET THEM ENJOY THEIR LIFE LONGER.

That's why Susan Osborne brought
her family with her.

Osborne says her three daughters
ride horses and she knows when you're
riding, you can never be to cautious.

SUSAN OSBORNE:THINGS HAPPEN IN THE
BLINK OF AN EYE TO YOUNG AND OLD.
THAT'S WHY I HAVE THE GIRLS BECAUSE
THEY ARE OLDER NOW AND THEY NEED TO
KNOW HOW TO DO THIS, IN CASE SOMETHING
DOES HAPPEN.

BUTT BUTT BUTT

JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:THE TWO HOUR CLASS
WON'T MAKE ANY OF THESE PEOPLE AN
EXPERT BUT ORGANIZERS SAY THAT EVEN

NOVICE COULD HAVE SAVED ERICA FULMER'S
LIFE. JEREMY BUTTFIELD, NEWS 7, ROANOKE
COUNTY.

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GRAPHIC=None And in efforts to save lives in
ENG#=2 another way, demonstrators marched


through Roanoke today. They're hoping
to make others more aware of domestic
violence in the city.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

Most of the demonstrators knew a
family member or a friend killed as a
result of domestic violence -- and
wanted to bring the issue of abuse
directly to the community.

They included the mother of
Desiree Jennings, gunned down by a
former boyfriend last month.

SOT FULL 04:40:44 SOT FULL
INQ=This is for all the




*CG 2line Sandra Jennings
Desiree Jennings Mother SANDRA JENNINGS:THIS IS FOR ALL THE
YOUNG LADIES OUT THERE THAT HAS A

BOYFRIEND THAT TRIES TO HIT THEM OR
CONTROL THEM AND WE WANT THE YOUNG
LADIES TO KNOW THAT THEY CAN JUST
LEAVE, BECAUSE IT DOESN'T JUST HURT
THEM IT HURTS THE FAMILY TO. DESIREE
HAD TO SMALL CHILDREN AND THEY HURT
THEY MISS THEIR MOTHER.

RUNS=:14 (END SOT)



OQ=miss their mother.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The group began its march on
Madison Avenue and continued past homes
and neighborhoods where domestic
violence-related murders have occurred.

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GRAPHIC=None And still on the subject of crime
ENG#=3 -- they say they're fed-up seeing


children get into trouble, and now
they're working to do something about
it.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

The Southern Christian Leadership
Council hosted this meeting at William

Fleming High School. Organizers say
they believe most children who commit a
crime don't understand what they are
getting themselves into.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=It's a need here.




*CG 2line Perneller Wilson
SCLC PERNELLER WILSON:IT'S A NEED HERE. IT'S
CALLED PREVENTION. OUR CHILDREN ARE
GOING ASTRAY. IT'S CALLED SAVE THE
CHILDREN. OUR CHILDREN DON'T UNDERSTAND
THE LAW, MOST OF THEM.

RUNS=:09 (END SOT)



OQ=most of them.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The panel was made up of a State
Probation Officer, a Roanoke Police
Officer, and other authorities who know
the law -- and could explain what would
happen to a child after he or she
commits a crime.

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ENG#=APRISA Small wheels generate some big



interest. Still ahead, why people from
many states converge on Roanoke.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And the million dollar audition. See
how some local families try to make
their way onto "The Amazing Race."

(END VO) (END VO)



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INQ=What's up?





RUNS=02 (END SOT)
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GRAPHIC=None It's a chance to win a million dollars,
ENG#=1 but first, you have to get noticed.



That was the challenge facing families
of four in downtown Roanoke today, as
Your Hometown Station hosted auditions
for the CBS reality show The Amazing
Race.

Photographer Greg Moore shows how some

families took creative measures in
hopes of catching the show's attention.

SOT FULL (SOT FULL)
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*CG locator Roanoke









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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up, Franklin County and
ENG#=APRISA Martinsville take the court for


regional contests, the Hokies fall at
NC State, and qualifying from Fontana,
and speaking of racing, that's the
subject of our extra point.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Fontana, CA
FX Mark Martin won tonight's Stater :00 Brothers 300 in California. In his
first Busch Series start at the track,
Martin captured his 46th career victory
in the series, holding off Kevin
Harvick for the win.

(END VO)





go to scores (END VO)<< *CG hsbball j
Potomac
50


Franklin County
48


Northwest Region Semifinals


GW-Danville
67
j
Garfield
73


Northwest Region Semifinals


*CG hsbball


Franklin County
28
j
Potomac
52


Northwest Region Girls Semifinals
j
Forest Park

61


GW-Danville
39


Northwest Region Girls Semifinals


*CG hsbball j
Martinsville
64


Abingdon
48


Region IV Finals


*CG colbball


Virginia Tech
54
j
N.C. State
74




j

Duke #7


58



St. John's
47


*CG colbball j
Georgia Tech
76


Miami
72






Providence
66
j

Syracuse #19


91



Boeheim 700th Win


*CG colbball


Seton Hall
58
j

Boston College #3


70





j

Kentucky #5


78



Alabama #16


71


*CG colbball >>



Arizona #9


85
j

Washington #14


93






UNC-Asheville
75
j
Radford
91



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OUTCUE=last score." (GO TO SCORES)



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GRAPHIC=Northwest Region We start in the Northwest Region
ENG#=1 where the GW-Danville girls fell to


Forest Park 61 to 39, and the GW boys
lost to Gar-Field 73-67.

The Franklin County girls were
ousted by Forest Park in the regional
semis 52 to 28, and the men hooked up
with Potomac in Rocky Mount.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Rocky Mount
Panthers vs. Eagles The Panthers came in undefeated :00 and ranked number one in the state.

Eric Hayes is headed for the
University of Maryland. Here he shows
why, crossing over and putting in the
pull-up jumper at the foul line for the
visitors.

But Franklin County held its own.
Jerrell Wade goes hard to the hole and
lays in a deuce on the reverse lay-up
for the Eagles.

Lewis Witcher, the big fella, did

his part for the home team. He gets
two on the rebound slam. *CG final Potomac But Potomac won this one at the buzzer 50 50 to 48 ending Franklin County's Franklin Co. season.
48



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GRAPHIC=Region IV Martinsville traveled to Abingdon
ENG#=2 for the Region Four championship game.



VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Abingdon
Bulldogs vs. Falcons The Falcons played well early in :00 front of a packed gym.

Phillip Horne goes backdoor to
beat the overplay and gets a lay-in off
the window.

The Dogs answered with Durron
Mitchell who bombs away from deep.
Martinsville led by 6 at the break, and
pulled away in the fourth quarter. *CG final Martinsville Mitchell rings up three more and 64 Martinsville won it 64 to 48.
Abingdon
48




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GRAPHIC=Hold That means that William Fleming


will play Martinsville next weekend at
Bassett in the state quarters, and
Abingdon will take on Heritage at EC
Glass.
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GRAPHIC=ACC The Virginia Tech Hokies hit the
ENG#=3 road for Raleigh, where Tech tried to


complete the season sweep of NC State.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Raleigh, NC
Raycom-JP Early on the Hokies were getting :00 it done. Coleman Collins buries the
turnaround jumper along the baseline as
Tech led 4-nothing.

But Engin Atsur staked the Pack
to a 13 point halftime lead with some
hot shooting from downtown as State led
33 to 20.

Zabian Dowdell tried to lead a
Tech comeback. *CG final Virginia Tech He paced the Hokies with 12 points, 54 but 18 turnovers and a 38 percent
N.C. State performance from the field were too 74 much to overcome. State cruised in the
second half, posting a 74 to 54 win.
Tech is now 14 and 11, 7 and 7 in the
ACC.

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TAKE APRISA WIPE TO APRISA #1095



And don't forget, at 2pm, Virginia
tangles with Wake Forest at Lawrence
Joel Coliseum. You can watch the Cavs
and Deacs right here on Your Hometown
Station.

TAKE APRISA #1097



Florida State and Clemson get together
at the same time on our digital
channel, 7-too.







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GRAPHIC=ODAC The Randolph-Macon women did what
ENG#=4 the Yellow Jacket men could not do last


weekend at the Salem Civic Center. The
top seeded Macon ladies won the ODAC
tourney championship by taking out
Bridgewater.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Salem
Eagles vs. Yellow Jackets The Yellow Jackets were looking :00 for their third title overall and 2nd
in three years.

Macon led by 11 at the break.
Janessa Morusma adds to that total in
the second half, rolling right down the
lane and sticking the short jumper.

Bridgewater hung tough though.
Shannon Scales spots up behind the arc
and rolls home the long range bomb for
the Eagles.

But the Jackets were too much. *CG final Bridgewater Megan Silva deals to Michelle Orton in 55 transition and Randolph-Macon claimed Randolph-Macon the trophy thanks to a 72-55 win.
72



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GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup On the track, Nextel Cup rookie
ENG#=1 Kyle Busch became the youngest driver


to win a pole at the age of 19. The
younger Busch brother turned a hot lap
at 188.24 miles an hour to claim the
top spot for the Auto Club 500.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Fontana, CA
FX Dave Blaney was not so fortunate, :00 spinning the 0-7 machine into the wall.
He'll fall back on owner's points and
start 42nd.

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was just 40th
fastest. Jnior's still trying to get a
handle on the new spoiler.

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*CG 2line Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Qualified 40th
:00



RUNS=23 (END SOT)



OQ=with the tire wearing out."




WIPE TO APRISA WIPE TO APRISA<< *CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
1. Kyle Busch

188.245
2. Brian Vickers


3. Jeremy Mayfield


4. Joe Nemechek


5. Greg Biffle


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
6. Matt Kenseth


7. Dale Jarrett


8. Jimmie Johnson


9. Ryan Newman


10. Mike Bliss


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
11. Terry Labonte


12. Scott Riggs


13. Sterling Marlin


14. Bobby Labonte



15. Jamie McMurray


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
16. Casey Mears


17. Kasey Kahne


18. Mark Martin


19. Carl Edwards


20. Kurt Busch


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
21. Ricky Rudd


22. Bill Elliott


23. Rusty Wallace


24. John Andretti


25. Robby Gordon


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
26. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.


27. Scott Wimmer



28. Jeff Gordon


29. Tony Stewart


30. Michael Waltrip


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
31. Kevin Harvick


32. Jeff Burton


33. Mike Wallace


34. Randy Lajoie


35. Travis Kvapil


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
36. Kyle Petty


37. Jeff Green


38. Ken Schrader


39. Jason Leffler


40. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500 >>

41. Elliott Sadler


42. Dave Blaney


43. Kevin Lepage



RUNS=45



OUTCUE=last driver."








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GRAPHIC=UHL To the ice now. With yesterday's
ENG#=2 announcement that hockey will return to


the Valley, many fans are wondering how
the UHL will succeed in Roanoke while
the ECHL's Roanoke Express could not.
League commissioner Richard Brosal says
his teams will save money by limiting
travel costs through creative planning.

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*CG 2line Richard Brosal
UHL Commissioner
:00




RUNS=:42 (END SOT)
OQ=4 or 5 road trips(double out)




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GRAPHIC=None Finally, a car show in Roanoke today
ENG#=1 brought out some hot wheels that were


just a bit smaller than usual.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

The East Coast Hot Wheels Club
brought-out its finest cars for the
show.

Hundreds of vendors and
collectors scoured the bins of cars
hoping to find the perfect one to add
to their collection -- and age was not
a factor.

SOT FULL 15:53:06 SOT FULL



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*CG 2line Fred Shanks
East Coast Hot Wheels Club FRED SHANKS:HOT WHEELS DOESN'T HAVE AN
AGE LIMIT TO IT. YOU GOT CHILDREN FROM
TWO YEARS OLD UP TO A GENTLEMAN HERE
THAT I DO KNOW IS 72 YEARS OLD. HOT
WHEELS COVERS THE WHOLE SPECTRUM.

RUNS=:16 (END SOT)



OQ=whole spectrum.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Prizes were given out throughout
the day --for everything from the most
customized miniature ride to the
fastest.

Hot-wheel enthusiasts came from
as far as Connecticut to show off their
cars.

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*CG 4071
Fax/Most Watched/Copyright/Weekends



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