07/29/05

News 7 at Noon



GRAPHIC=None A Martinsville man is sentenced, just


one day after a Roanoke jury convicts
him of hiring a hit man to kill his
wife.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And, police are investigating a fatal


shooting that happened at a Roanoke
home early this morning.

(END VO) (END VO)


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LEO ON CAM LEO ON CAM

Cooler weather continues with the
chance of showers and even a locally
heavy downpour. I'll have your weekend
forecast.

KIMBERLY ON CAM

Stay with us. News 7 at noon is next.
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*CG 4054


*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


*CG 305
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ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT KIMBERLY



Maverick Thomas receives life in
prison today, as a five year long
murder case comes to an end.

(END VO) (END VO)



ANCHOR=KIMBERLY KIM ON CAM



Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Noon Yesterday Thomas was found guilty


on four counts including capital murder
charges.

Today a jury had to decide
whether or not to hand down a death
sentence.

DOUBLE BOXES=Kimberly/Jeremy on BAM DOUBLE BOXES



Jeremy Butterfield was in the
court room today.

Jeremy, it seems like it didn't
take long for the jury to hand down its
sentence.

No Kimberly, and that's because
as court began this morning, the
prosecution withdrew

LIVE=Jeremy Full LIVE FULL



its request that Thomas receive
the death penalty.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT





SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Justice was @23:49:33



DEVINS:JUSTICE WAS PREVAILED. THAT'S
ALL I CAN SAY ABOUT THAT.


RUNS=:03 (END SOT)



OQ=say about that.




*CG locator Roanoke Justice was handed to Maverick
Thomas in the form of life in prison,
plus 33 years, and a 200-thousand
dollar fine.

Now, five years after Lisa Devins
was murdered the case is finally coming
to an end, but the family says the
healing is just beginning.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=It's a sense of closure




*CG 2line Garrett Devins
Lisa Devins' Brother @23:49:42

GARRETT:YEAH IT'S A SENSE OF CLOSURE
BUT WE STILL DON'T KNOW WHY. WE REALLY
WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHY ALL OF THIS TOOK
PLACE. UNTIL WE HEAR ALL OF THAT, THAT
WILL BE THE REAL CLOSER RIGHT THERE.
THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING. IT'S A
HEALING PROCESS, IT'S GOING TO BE A
HEALING PROCESS NOW.

RUNS=:20 (END SOT)



OQ=healing process now. Garrett Devins and his family


feel relieved that the commonwealth's
attorney did withdraw the request for
the death penalty, because the Thomas's

young sons would have most likely had
to take the stand, something neither
side wanted to have happen.

(END VO) (END VO)



Jeremy FullLIVE= LIVE FULL



Jeremy adlib

DOUBLE BOXES= DOUBLE BOXES


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GRAPHIC=Fatal Shooting Police in Roanoke are investigating a


fatal shooting.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
This Morning It happened just after 3 o-clock this
morning at 601 Madison Avenue
Northwest.

Investigators on the scene confirm that
37 year old Connie Michelle Mills was
killed.

50 year old David Macklin Ray was
injured and taken to Roanoke Memorial
Hospital..

Michael Edward Holmes of Roanoke has
been arrested and faces murder,
malicious wounding, and firearm

charges.


(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None More new developments in the London


bombing investigation--

British police say they've made
three arrests today in connection with
last week's attempting bombings.

The arrests came as police carried out
raids in London's Notting Hill
neighborhood.



Teri Okita has the latest.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=Heavily armed officers




*CG locator London, England


*CG 2line Patrick Ward
Witness
*CG voiceof Lisa Davis
Sky Television Reporter


*CG 2line Teri Okita

CBS News

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= <<



(END SOT) Pkge:



(natz, pop, pop, pop)



HEAVILY ARMED OFFICERS MOVED IN ON
SEVERAL RESIDENCES IN LONDON

TODAY...AND ACCORDING TO POLICE SOURCES
HAVE ARRESTED TWO MORE OF THE

MEN WHO ESCAPED AFTER THE BOTCHED
BOMBINGS ON JULY 21ST.



A THIRD PERSON WAS ARRESTED IN
CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTIGATION.



WITNESSES DESCRIBED A CHAOTIC SCENE IN
THE NOTTING HILL AREA OF WEST

LONDON.



SOT: PATRICK WARD/WITNESS (1ST HALF


VOICE OF)

"EVERYBODY'S BEEN RUNNING DOWN THE ROAD
TERRIFIED. FIRST THING I HEARD

WAS A VERY LOUD CONTROLLED EXPLOSION...
THEN I HEARD 6 LOUD BANGS."



THE MASSIVE RAID GROUND TO A HALT AT
ONE POINT WHILE POLICE TRIED TO


TALK A SUSPECT OUT OF HIS APARTMENT.
FEARING HE HAD

EXPLOSIVES...OFFICERS COULD BE HEARD
ORDERING THE MAN TO TAKE OFF HIS

CLOTHES AND EXIT THE BUILDING.



(VOICE OF LISA DAVIS/SKY TELEVISION
REPORTER

"BY THE LOOKS OF IT THEY ARE GETTING
FED UP."



(OKITA STANDUP BRIDGE)

TODAY'S ARRESTS MEAN POLICE HAVE FOUND
3 OF THE 4 FOUR SUSPECTS FROM

LAST WEEKS BOMBINGS. .



THEY FRANTICALLY SEARCH FOR THE BOMBERS
BEFORE THEY STRIKE AGAIN.



ON WEDNESDAY POLICE ARRESTED....YASIN
HASSAN OMAR...ALLEGEDLY ONE OF THE

WOULD-BE BOMBERS.

...WHO'VE BROUGHT TERROR TO LONDON.



SOT: MOS NO NAME AVAILABLE



"IT'S UNNERVED ME BIG TIME. YOU THINK
YOU ARE A BIG TOUGH MAN, BUT IT'S

UNNERVED ME BIG TIME."




BUT POLICE HAVE BEEN URGING COMMUNTERS
TO GO ON WITH THEIR LIVES....AS

POLICE PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE
EVERY DAY.... IN SEARCH OF JUSTICE.

TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, LONDON



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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Tornado In Birmingham, England, a small


tornado creates some big trouble for
residents.

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Birmingham, England

Rescue officials confirm at least 20
people were injured-- three of them
seriously.

The twister hit yesterday-- with high
winds uprooting trees, picking up cars,
and damaging hundreds of buildings.

One witness say she was in her car
when the tornado hit.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=And then the next thing And then the next thing there was trees


just flying past my car. There were

massive branches banged off my car. And
then I saw this man, and he was walking
up the side of my car, and all I saw
was this tree fall and it hit him.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=and it hit him.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Britain averages between 30 and 50
tornadoes a year.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC= The crew of Shuttle Discovery


learned, along with the rest of the
world, that a large piece of foam broke
off the fuel tank during liftoff.

That was the same problem that
brought down Shuttle Columbia.

But this time, no one believes the
mission is in jeopardy.

Manuel Gallegus reports from Johnson
Space Center in Houston.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=Astronauts aboard




*CG file NASA


*CG 2line Andy Thomas
Discovery Astronaut
*CG 2line Eileen Collins
Discovery Commander


*CG 2line Manuel Gallegus
CBS News


RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=Gallegus, CBS news. <<



(END SOT)



(SUPER: FROM NASA)



ASTRONAUTS ABORD THE SHUTTLE DISCOVERY
SAID THEY WERE SURPRISED TO LEARN

THAT INSULATION FOAM AGAIN TORE AWAY
FROM THE SHUTTLES FUEL TANKAND

COULD HAVE JEAPORDIZED THE SAFETY OF
THE MISSION.



-SOT-ANDY THOMAS, DISCOVERY AUSTRONAUT



we were surprised that it had happened
after so many good people had

worked so hard to mitigate the problems
of foam release and make sure

that it wouldn't happen again.



BUT MORE THAN 200- MILES ABOVE EARTH,
THE CREW SAYS THEYRE NOT WORRIED.



-SOT- COMMANDER EILEEN COLLINS, SHUTTLE


DISCOVERY

We are in really great shape and we
know that Discovery is going to get

us back to earth safe. So there are a
lot of positive things to look at.




ASTRONAUTS AGAIN USED THE SHUTTLES
ROBOT ARM TO EXAMINE THE CRAFTTHIS

TIME LOOKING AT THE WINGS, NOSE, AND
BELLY FOR POSSIBLE DAMAGE.



-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER.

ON SATURDAY TWO OF THE ASTRONAUTS WILL
SPACE WALK AND TAKE AN UP CLOSE

LOOK AT THE EDGES OF THE WINGS THE
EDGES TAKE THE MOST HEAT.



CLEARLY ENJOYING THEIR TIME IN SPACE,
THE TWO SPACEWALKERS, STEPHEN

ROBINSON AND SOICHI NOGUCHI JOKED
AROUND...WEARING LITTLE HARD HATS THAT

WONT DO THEM MUCH GOOD IN SPACETHE TWO
MAY HAVE TO PERFORM REPAIRS ON

THE SHUTTLE IF THEY FIND DAMAGE.



-SOT-FROM MORNING PRESSER





NASA SAYS DISCOVERY IS SAFE TO RETURN
HOMEBUT IT WILL BE ANOTHER FEW

DAYS BEFORE THEY CAN BE CERTAIN.

MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, AT THE
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER.



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HARD MUSIC UNDER Up next on the newscast, a judge
refuses the latest request from a
Radford photographer accused of murder.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT and three people are dead following a


big pileup in Connecticut.
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MINI-OPEN ANCHOR ON CAM
ANCHOR ON CAM A Radford Photographer accused of
GRAPHIC=Shell murder still can't leave the state of


Virginia.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Radford

A judge denied a defense motion
this morning to loosen up on Bob
Shell's bond restrictions.

Shell is accused of giving a
lethal dose of morphine to his model
and girlfriend Marion Franklin.

He's charged with with felony
homicide, four counts of defiling a
corpse and several drug charges in
connection with her death.

After more than two years of
delays, the trial is expected to get
under way in October.

Coming up tonight at 6:00, a look
at a new defense motion that attacks
the original police investigation and
could get key evidence thrown out.

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GRAPHIC=Accident A chain- reaction crash involving


more than a dozen vehicles this morning
in Connecticut leaves at least three

people dead.


ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Avon, CT

Emergency officials say the accident
began when a dump truck swerved and hit
a tour bus.

The crash then sparked a fire that
engulfed several of the 18 vehicles
involved in the wreck.

It also forced authorities to shut
down the highway.


(END VO) (END VO)






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GRAPHIC=None Breaking ranks with the White


House, Senate Majority Leader Bill
Frist says he supports expanding
federal funding for embryonic stem cell
research.

But President Bush has threatened to
veto such a measure


Aleen Sirgany has more from
Washington.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=To me, it isn't just a matter of

faith


*CG locator Washington, DC


*CG 2line Sen. Bill Frist

(R) Tennessee


*CG 2line Sen. Arlen Specter

(R) Pennsylvania


*CG 2line Sen. Harry Reid

(D) Nevada




*CG 2line Aleen Sirgany
CBS News

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=Sirgany, CBS News, Washington. <<



(END SOT)



PKGE:

(nats.. "To me, it isn't just a matter
of faith, it's a matter of

science..)



THE STEM CELL DEBATE SPLIT WIDE OPEN ON
CAPITOL HILL... AS SENATE

MAJORITY LEADER BILL FRIST BROKE RANKS

WITH PRESIDENT BUSH.



SOT - SEN. BILL FRIST/(R) TN, SENATE


MAJORITY LEADER

"I believe the President's policy
should be modified, we should expand

federal funding."



FRIST, A HEART-LUNG TRANSPLANT SURGEON
WHO OPPOSES ABORTION, SAID

MODIFYING THE PRESIDENT'S STRICT
LIMITATIONS ON STEM CELL RESEARCH WOULD

LEAD TO SCIENTIFIC ADVANCES. .....AND
BRIDGE THE MORAL AND ETHICAL

DIFFERENCES THAT HAVE DIVIDED THE
NATION.



SOT - FRIST - "It should advance in a


manner that affords all human life

dignity and respect."



SENATOR ARLEN SPECTER, WHO IS FIGHTING
CANCER, CALLED FRIST'S TALK,

'PERHAPS THE MOST IMPORTANT SPEECH'
MADE ON THE FLOOR THIS YEAR.



SOT - SEN. ARLEN SPECTER/(R) PA



"This issue of embryonic stem cell
research is the difference between


life and death."



AND DEMOCRATS WERE QUICK TO BACK THE
SENATOR -- SAYING HE BRINGS NEEDED

CREDIBILITY TO THE DEBATE.



SEN. HARRY REID/(D) NV

"It has even more meaning as a result
of the medical background that the

Senator from Tennessee has."



(nats..bush)

AT THE WHITE HOUSE, AIDES SAID FRIST
HAD GIVEN PRESIDENT BUSH ADVANCE

NOTICE OF HIS SPEECH.... BUT THAT THE
PRESIDENT STOOD FIRM ON HIS

PROMISE TO VETO LEGISLATION FOR
EXPANDED FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR STEM
CELL

RESEARCH.



(STANDUP..TO COME.)

(.....RECENT POLLS SHOW ALMOST TWO
THIRDS OF AMERICANS SAY THEY SUPPORT

EMBRYONIC STEM CELL RESEARCH ...AND THE
MAJORITY WOULD LIKE TO SEE FEWER

RESTRICTIONS ON TAXPAYER FUNDING.ALEEN
SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.

>>

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GRAPHIC=None Officials with the Department of


Game and Inland Fisheries say they're
working to restore public trust and
confidence.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond (:17)

Since an audit found numerous
cases of employee wrong- doing the
agency's board has put several new
procedures in place.

Yesterday, it adopted an anti-
retaliation policy.

Governor Mark Warner displayed
his confidence in board- chairman
Sherry Crumley by re- appointing her
for four more years.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Our work on governance and policy




*CG 2line Sherry Crumley
Board Chairman
:00



*CG 2line Col. Gerald Massengil
Interim Director 9:54:31 SHERRY CRUMLEY: OUR WORK ON :12 GOVERNANCE AND POLICY- THE BOARDS THAT
FOLLOW US WILL BE MUCH BETTER OFF
BECAUSE OF THE WORK WE'RE PRESENTLY
DOING.

9:58:59 COL. GERALD MASSENGIL: THIS
ORGANIZATION, FOR THE MOST PART, IS IN
GOOD SHAPE. IT'S UNFORTUNATE THAT THE
THINGS WE'RE HAVING TO ANSWER TO IS THE
ACTIONS OF A VERY FEW.

RUNS=20 (END SOT)



OQ=the actions of a very few.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Interim Director Massengil says
everyone looks forward to putting the
ordeal behind them.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
SOFT MUSIC UNDER Coming up next on the newscast, we'll
tell you why one zoo is getting doubly
blessed.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus we'll have the perfect way to


celebrate this break from the dog days

of summer.
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GRAPHIC=none It's a DOUBLE dose of pandemonium at


the San Diego Zoo.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator San Diego, CA

Zoo officials confirm their
13-year-old giant panda, Bai Yun (yoon)
is expecting twins.

They say she might give birth
anytime in the next few weeks.

Veterinarians saw both panda fetuses
during an ultrasound performed Tuesday,
but warn that both babies may not
survive.


They were unable to detect a
heartbeat in one of the fetuses-- but
the other appears to be healthy.

SOT FULL (SOT FULL)
INQ=The fetus in the right




*CG 2line Meg Sutherland-Smith
San Diego Zoo Senior Veterinarian Meg Sutherland-Smith/Senior
Veterinarian, San Diego Zoo: The fetus
in the right uterine form, we can see
the spine, we can see the ribs, we can
see the heart, we can see the urinary
bladder, we can see the limbs.

RUNS=09 (END SOT)



OQ=see the limbs.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



This is Bai Yun's third pregnancy.

Her first cub is now in China, and
gave birth to her own twins last year.


(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none In Portland, Oregon, some four-


legged friends have found a TASTY way
to cool off.


ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Portland, OR

A dog boutique and social club held
an ice cream party last night.

All breeds showed up to the event--
ranging from beagles to mutts.

This little miniature Doberman had a
great time eating a waffle cone, bigger
than his head.

After the cool treat, one dog
worked off the calories by playing with
a big beach ball, which he managed to
deflate in just a few seconds.

(END VO) (END VO)


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was
DOWN 40. The NASDAQ has lost 12.
*CG noonstox y
40
y
12

x=up y=down


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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER Coming up next on the newscast,

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT it has been a year since Virginia Tech


joined the A-C-C.

We'll look at the highlights after the
break.
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GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech Most agree Virginia Tech's membership


in the ACC would be a win win situation
for the university.

So how good was it in the first year?

Justin McLeod has some answers.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=nat sound


*CG 2line Jim Weaver

Virginia Tech Athletic Director
:14
*CG 2line John Swofford
ACC Commissioner
2:02


*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
2:15

RUNS=2:27 (END SOT)



OQ=jm, news 7 <<((NAT SOUND OF ACC CHAMPIONSHIP


AREA))

Virginia Tech's first year in the ACC
was a big one.

Take football.

The Hokies won the ACC championship,
player of the year, and coach of the
year.

SOT FULL 4:13:51 SOT FULL



INQ=All of that JIM WEAVER/VIRGINIA TECH ATHLETIC


DIRECTOR: ALL OF THAT BASED ON A
PRE-SEASON PICK OF 6 OR 7 WAS A
SURPRISE AND A VERY PLEASANT SURPRISE
AT THAT.

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OQ=SURPRISE AT THAT That wasn't the only surprise.



The men's basketball team picked to
finish last, placed fourth.

The softball team made the NCAA

tournament for the first time in school
history.

And Spyridon Jullien won a national
championship in track and field.

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INQ=That was the JIM WEAVER: THAT WAS THE FIRST


NATIONAL TITLE EITHER OR INDIVIDUAL FOR
VIRGINIA TECH.

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OQ=for virginia Tech It's also been a good year


financially for Virginia Tech, thanks
to revenue sharing in the ACC.

SOT FULL 4:16:47 SOT FULL



INQ=This past year JIM WEAVER: THIS PAST YEAR WE MADE 6


MILLION 250-THOUSAND DOLLARS AND THAT
WAS APPROXIMATE A MILLION BETTER THAN
THE BEST YEAR WE EVER HAD IN THE BIG
EAST.

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OQ=in the big east And it will only get better.



In the 2006-2007 season, Virginia
Tech is projected to take in 9 1/2
million dollars.

The athletic program will use that
money to bring Tech up to par with
other ACC schools.

SOT FULL 4:17:32 SOT FULL



INQ=We're behind JIM WEAVER: WE'RE BEHIND IN COACHING


SALARIES, WE'RE BEHIND IN OPERATIONAL

BUDGEST, WE'RE BEHIND IN RECRUITING
BUDGETS RELATIVE TO THE ATLANTIC COAST
CONFERENCE.

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OQ=coast conference Virginia Tech will also spend up to


20 million dollars improving facilities
over the next five years.

The university recently put in a new
artifical surface for the soccer and
lacrosse teams.

The Lane Stadium expansion is nearly
complete.

A new indoor field house and a
basketball practice gym are also in the
works.

Virginia Tech says it's money well
spent.

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INQ=I think we have JIM WEAVER: I THINK WE HAVE AN


OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE A TOP 25 PROGRAM
AND THAT IS OUR GOAL AND OBJECTIVE IS.

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OQ=OBJECTIVE IS While Virginia Tech is happy with its


first year in the ACC, can the
conference say the same thing?

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INQ=In every way JOHN SWOFFORD/ACC COMMISSIONER: IN


EVERY WAY WHETHER IT BE THE BOWLS,
WHETHER IT BE THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME,

WHETHER IT WILL BE THE RENEGOITATION OF
OUR TELEVISION CONTRACT FROM A REVENUE
STANDPOINT IT HAS EXCEEDED OUR
EXPECTATIONS.

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OQ=exceeded our expectations





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INQ= JUSTIN McLEOD: IF THERE HAVE BEEN ANY


DOWNSIDES THERE HAVE BEEN NO NEW
ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIPS SINCE TECH JOINED
THE ACC. BUT AS THE UNIVERSITY POINTS
OUT THERE WERE SEVERAL EXISTING ONES
BEFORE WITH ACC SCHOOLS. JUSTIN
McLEOD, NEWS 7.

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GRAPHIC=Braves The Atlanta Braves swing their


way to victory over the Washington
Nationals at Turner Field.

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*CG locator Atlanta, GA
MLB-Braves Rookie Jeff Francoeur (fran-
:00 CORE) homered twice in the series
finale to get the 5-to-4 win, and
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4 As a result of Atlanta's Atlanta dominance - the Braves now have a three 5 game lead in the NL East - arguably
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Yankees to victory by bringing the heat
early in the game.

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*CG locator New York, NY
MLB-Yanks Gary Sheffield drove in four runs
to lead the Yankees past the Twins
6-to-3.

Three of those came on a homer in
the first inning.

The win lifts the Yankees
within one and a-half games of idle
first-place Boston in the American

League East.

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