08/08/05

News 7 at 5

Today on News 7 at 5, longtime news

anchor Peter Jennings loses his fight
against lung cancer.

ENG#=1 VO NAT


VO NAT And Shaquille O'Neal comes to the
Roanoke Valley. We'll tell you why.

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Lots of moisture over the region for

the next two days may mean locally
heavy rain. Details ahead.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

Residents of a Roanoke neighborhood
believe a decision by a developer could
cost them more money.

ENG#=2 VO NAT


VO NAT The astronauts aboard the space
shuttle discovery will have to spend
another day in orbit.

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Keith ON CAM

Plus the President signs the long
awaited energy bill as oil prices hit a
new record high.

News 7 at 5 is next.
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*CG 4063


*CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed
rreed@wdbj7.com



*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
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VO-NAT VO-NAT



Dignataries and T-V news viewers are
extolling the career of Peter Jennings
today.

The longtime face of A-B-C News died
yesterday following a brief struggle
against lung cancer.

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Good evening, Keith Humphry.
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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News 7 at 5 Journalist Ted Koppel says Peter


Jennings always regretted dropping out

of high school -- but that he made up
for it later on by becoming a

student of the world.

Colleagues are remembering Jennings
with respect, a day after his death
from lung cancer at age 67.


Bianca Solorzano has more.

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*CG 2line Barbara Walters
ABC Journalist


*CG 2line Dan Rather
Former Anchor CBS Evening News



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(END SOT) A COMMITTED JOURNALIST...A SUAVE YET


PRINCIPLED COMPETITOR...

PETER JENNINGS WAS THAT FAMILIAR FACE
ON AMERICAN TELEVISION FOR MORE

THAN 40 YEARS.



(NAT SOT)



"This is World News Tonight with Peter
Jennings. Good evening everyone."



(TRACK:)

TODAY PRESIDENT BUSH REMEMBERED THE MAN
HE SAYS COVERED THE STORIES THAT

DEFINE THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT.



(SOT GEORGE BUSH/PRESIDENT)




"A lot of Americans relied upon Peter
Jennings for their news. He

became a part of the life for many of
our citizens and he will be

missed."



(TRACK:)

BORN AND RAISED IN CANADA, JENNINGS
DROPPED OUT OF HIGHSCHOOL, BUT

SEEMED TO DO MORE HOMEWORK THAN MOST.



(SOT - BARBARA WALTERS/JOURNALIST)



"If I knew the name of the person in
the parade, he knew the name of the

horse.



(SOT- DAN RATHER/JOURNALIST)



"I have never met anybody who had a
deeper more biding curiosity and

wanted to know about things and wanted
to learn about things than Peter

Jennings.



(TRACK:)

HIS PASSION FOR AND DEDICATION TO
JOURNALISM TOOK HIM AROUND THE WORLD -



(QUICK JENNINGS NAT ON LOCATION)




(TRACK:) A TRUSTED WITNESS TO HISTORY.

THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT...WARS IN
VIETNAM AND THE MIDDLE EAST...THE

FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL.





(TRACK:)

THE LAST TIME JENNINGS APPEARED ON
TELEVISION WAS IN APRIL..WHEN HE TOLD

HIS MILLIONS OF VIEWERS HE WAS BATTLING
LUNG CANCER.



(NAT Sot: Jennings on air Statement
/April 5, 2005)

"almost 10 million americans are
already living with cancer and I have a

lot to learn from them.



(TRACK:)

JENNINGS OFTEN SAID THAT NEWS IS SIMPLY
ABOUT PEOPLE.

HE WAS SURROUNDED BY THE PEOPLE WHO
LOVED HIM MOST WHEN HE DIED AT HIS

NEW YORK CITY HOME ON SUNDAY. HIS WIFE
AND TWO CHILDREN SAY HE KNEW IN

HIS

67 YEARS ...HE HAD LIVED A GOOD LIFE.



BIANCA SOLORZANO CBS NEWS NEW YORK.




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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Shaq Don't be suprised if you see a very


tall and familiar NBA player around
Bedford County this week.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

It is basketball great Shaquille
O'Neal- or Sheriff's Deputy O'Neal to
be more specific.

Deputy O'Neal was honored today in
Roanoke for his work fighting internet
crimes against children.

He's working with the Bedford County
Sheriff's Department this week training
to become a member of its task force on
internet crime.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=I'm very hands on




*CG 2line Dep. Shaquille O'Neal
Safe Surfin' Foundation 10:42

I'M VERY HANDS ON I'M PART OF THE TASK

FORCE I DO WHAT EVERYBODY ELSE DOES IN
THE TASK FORCE. I'M GLAD TO HELP OUT.

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OQ=GLAD TO HELP OUT





VO-NAT VO-NAT



O'Neal is the spokesperson for the
Safe Surfin Foundation-

he says he's always had an interest in
fighting crime-

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INQ=iF YOU WERE NOT AN 8:56



QUESTION: IF YOU WERE NOT AN NBA
SUPERSTAR WOULD THIS BE A CAREER FOR
YOU?

SHAQ: IF I WOULD NOT BE AN NBA
SUPERSTAR I STILL WOULD BE A GREAT
HUMANITARIAN I WOULD PROBABLY BE
SHERIFF SOMEWHERE.

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OQ=SHERIFF SOMEWHERE





VO-NAT VO-NAT



So what's it like to work with the
Shaq? Tonight on News 7 at six, we'll
hear from the Sheriff- about what
Deputy O'Neal is really like.

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ANCHOR ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Homeowners Associations are


suppose to help members of the
community, but for people in one
Roanoke neighborhood it's causing
headaches...

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

There are more than 100-homes in
Read Mountain Estates.

Residents were given notice by
the developer in late-June that they
needed to elect a board for a
Homeowner's Association.

*But* there's one problem-
residents say they DON'T have an
association and that they do NOT want
one because of the cost.

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INQ=If you go into...





*CG 2line Lynn Owens
Homeowner @18:35.05

LYNN OWENS, HOMEOWNERS: IF YOU GO INTO
A PLACE KNOWING THERE'S A HOMEOWNER'S
ASSOCIATION AND YOU KNOW WHAT IT'S
ABOUT AND WHAT'S EXPECTED AND WHAT IT'S
SUPPOSE TO DO -IT IS. CAUSE YOU'VE
AGREED TO IT GOING IN, BUT WHEN YOU'VE
BOUGHT YOUR OWN HOME TO DO WITH WHAT
YOU WANT. NO, IT'S NOT.

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OQ=.. no, it's not.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Coming up tonight on News7 at
six, we'll tell you what the head of
the development company has to say..
plus, tell you what residents are doing
to take action.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Discovery Weather forced NASA to delay the


highly anticipated return of

Shuttle Disovery this morning. But
mission control says one way or the

other they are determined to bring the

crew home tomorrow.

CBS's Jennifer Donelan has more from
the Kennedy Space Center.

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*CG locator Cape Canaveral, FL


*CG 2line Jennifer Donelan
Cape Canaveral, FL



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(END SOT) Pkge:



natsnd - Mission Control



"It's time for you to return back home
to planet Earth."



TRACK;NASA HOPED FOR A TOUCHDOWN -- BUT
SCORED BAD WEATHER INSTEAD.



natsnd - Mission Control

"We are going to officially wave you
off twenty-four hours"



TRACK;AFTER USING A PLANE TO MIMIC THE
SHUTTLE'S FLIGHT PATTERN, NASA


ENGINEERS DECIDED CONDITIONS WEREN'T
..JUST.. RIGHT.



SOT:Leroy Cain, Entry Flight Director


(NASA font banner...ALREADY IN

PLACE)

It was a close day, it just wasn't good
enough.



TRACK; THE DISCOVERY CREW WILL TRY TO
LAND AGAIN TOMORROW...EITHER AT

THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER OR AT A SITE
IN CALIFORNIA OR NEW MEXICO. WITH

THE CREW HAVING BEEN IN SPACE ALMOST
TWO WEEKS, NASA IS ANXIOUS TO GET

THEM BACK HOME.





(STANDUP: JENNIFER DONELAN/KENNEDY
SPACE CENTER)

THE ASTRONAUTS ABOARD DISCOVERY ARE THE
FIRST TO FLY SINCE COLOMBIA

BROKE UP DURING RE-ENTRY IN 2003. THIS
IS A MAKESHIFT MEMORIAL . THAT

DISASTER PUSHED NASA TO GREATER SAFETY
STANDARDS AND HAS MADE ..THIS..

SHUTTLE LANDING ONE OF THE MOST
ANTICIPATED IN HISTORY.




nats: shuttle in space, gap
repair,blanket still/pix



TRACK;DESPITE NASA CALLING THE MISSION
A SUCCESS THUS FAR, THERE HAVE

BEEN GLITCHES. AN UNPRECEDENTED SPACE
WALK WAS NEEDED TO REMOVE

PROTRUDING GAP FILLER FROM THE
SHUTTLE'S BELLY. THERE WERE ALSO

CONCERNS OVER A TEAR IN A THERMAL
BLANKET.



nats: launch, foam/STILL PIX, Colombia

AND ALL OF THIS AFTER A LAUNCH WHERE
CHUNKS OF FOAM FELL OFF DISCOVERY'S

OUTER TANKS. A SIMILAR PROBLEM DOOMED
COLOMBIA



TRACK; BUT NASA ENGINEERS SAY THIS
TIME, THE SHUTTLE WASN'T HIT BY THE

DEBRIS. AND SO DISCOVERY CONTINUES TO
CIRCLE THE EARTH... WAITING TO

COME HOME . THE WORLD WAITS WITH
THEM.

JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, AT THE
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER.



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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

Up next on the newscast, new
research says breast cancer survival
rates are improving.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus we will tell you who has decided


to give Hillary Clinton some
competition in her next campaign.

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ANCHOR ON CAM President Bush has signed into
GRAPHIC=Bush law a bipartisan energy bill that he


admits won't solve the nation's energy
problems ''overnight.''

He says that will take ''years of
focused efforts."

Meg Oliver has more from
Washington.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Meg Oliver
Reporting


*CG 2line Karen Wayland
Natural Resources Defense Council



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(END SOT) PKGE: WE WON'T SEE PRICES PLUMMET AT


THE PUMP IMMEDIATLY. BUT AFTER SIGNING
HIS ENERGY BILL INTO LAW TODAY IN NEW
MEXICO...PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS THE U-S
WON'T HAVE TO RELY ON FOREIGN OIL AS
MUCH OVER THE NEXT DECADE. SOT/BUSH


THE ENERGY POLICY ACT OF 2005 IS GONNA
HELP EVERY AMERICAN WHO DRIVES TO WORK,
EVERY FAMILY THAT PAYS A POWER BILL .
SU/MEG OLIVER ON CAMERA BRIDGE "FOR
CONSUMERS SICK OF STICKER SHOCK AT THE
PUMP...THE BILL WILL OFFER TAX CREDITS
FOR BUYING HYBRID CARS." SOT/BUSH


"THE WAY THE TAX CREDIT WORKS IS THAT
THE MORE EFFICIENT THE VEHICLE IS THE
MORE MONEY YOU WILL SAVE." THE MEASURE
WILL SEND BILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO ENERGY
COMPANIES IN THE FORM OF TAX BREAKS AND
LOAN GUARANTEES. THIS FOR THE
DEVELOPMENT OF CLEANER BURNING FUELS
AND NEW NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS.
SOT/BUSH AMERICA IS MOVING TOWARDS A


VITAL NATIONAL GOAL...WE WILL START
BUILDING NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS BY THE
END OF THIS DECADE. CRITICS OF THE
BILL SAY IT DOES TOO LITTLE TO PROMOTE
ALTERNATIVE FUELS SOT/KAREN


WAYLAND/NATIONAL RESOURCES DEFENSE
COUNCIL " THE BILL MISSES A HUGE

OPPORTUNITY TO JUMPSTART THE RENEWABLE
INDUSTRY AND INSTEAD. IT GIVES BILLIONS
AND BILLIONS TO THE OIL AND GAS
INDUSTRY WHICH IS RECORDING RECORD
PROFITS." IN AN EFFORT TO PREVENT
ANOTHER BLACKOUT LIKE THE ONE THAT
PARALYZED THE MIDWEST AND NORTH-EAST IN
2003...THE MEASURE WILL ALSO REQUIRE
UTILITY COMPANIES TO FOLLOW FEDERAL
STANDARDS. ANOTHER NOTABLE
CHANGE...BEGINNING IN 2007 THE LAW WILL
EXTEND DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME BY ONE
MONTH TO SAVE ENERGY. MEG OLIVER FOR
CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Warner Rising gas prices is one of the


topics Senator John Warner touched on
this morning during a visit to Roanoke.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Warner says the United States competes
with big energy buyers, such as China
and India, which have rapidly- growing

economies.

But, he says the energy bill should
make some inroads toward improving the
country's energy situation.

Warner would like to explore the
possibility of drilling natural gas
wells off Virginia's shoreline.

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INQ=WE HAVE EVERY




*CG 2line Sen. John Warner
Virginia (R) 103 WE HAVE EVERY REASON TO BELIEVE
THAT THERE'S TREMENDOUS ENERGY DEPOSITS
BEYOND THE VIEW ON THE SHORELINE, OUT
THERE IN THAT AREA THAT WOULD PROVIDE
REVENUE FOR VIRGINIA 13

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OQ=FOR VIRGINIA





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Coming up on News 7 at Six, we'll hear
what Warner has to say about some other
key issues, including President Bush's
Supreme Court Justice nominee John
Roberts.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The head of the United Nation's


oil for food program should have his
immunity lifted because he accepted
kickbacks.

Investigating Chairman Paul
Volcker says Benon Sevan should not be
protected from prosecution.

U-N critics have accused the
institution of mismanaging millions -
and even billions - of dollars while
administering the program. However, the
committee, led by Volcker, found that
Sevan appeared to have received
kickbacks of just 147-thousand dollars.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=




*CG 2line Paul Volcker
Investigating Chairman MOVEMENTS OF FUNDS FROM AMEC, THAT WAS
THE FIRM THAT LIFTED THE OIL AND
PROMPTLY SOLD IT, TO AN ACCOUNT
CONTROLLED BY FRED NADLER WHICH WAS
THEN SUBJECT TO A SERIES OF CASH
WITHDRAWALS IN AMOUNTS OF LESS THAN
$10,000 AND WITHIN DAYS OR WEEKS MAYBE,
NOT VERY MANY WEEKS, THEREAFTER, THERE
WOULD BE DEPOSITS INTO SEVON ACCOUNTS,
IN CASH, IN NEW YORK.


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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Clinton A state prosecutor has decided to


challenge Hillary Clinton when the
former first lady comes up for
re-election to the U-S Senate.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Jeanine Pirro is a high-profile


D-A in Westchester County.

She says Clinton is using New
York as a springboard to the
presidency.

National polls place Clinton as
the leading candidate for the 2008
presidential nomination.

Pirro has fought against child
molesters and underage drinking and has
worked with battered woman.

Her husband, lawyer and lobbyist
Albert Pirro, served time in federal
prison for tax fraud.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None New research is giving women a


reason for optimism.
ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER

The huge, new study says the early
detection of breast cancer is playing a
big role in better survival rates.

Dr. David Marks reports in this
Healthcheck 7 report.

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*CG locator New York, NY


*CG 2line Dr. Elena Elkin
Memorial Sloan-Kettering


*CG 2line Dr. David Marks
CBS News



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(END SOT) SANDY SANCHEZ WAS DIAGNOSED WITH BREAST


CANCER TWO YEARS AGO.

THE DISEASE WAS CAUGHT IN AN EARLY

STAGE..... WHICH HELPED LEAD TO A

SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT.



20:45(SOT-Sandy Sanchez/46-Years-Old)



"things look excellent right now. I
actually had a visit with my

physician last week and so far
everything is looking pretty good. :09

or :07



DOCTORS SPOTTED SANDYS TUMOR WHEN IT
WAS SMALL.... BEFORE THE CANCER

COULD SPREAD OUTSIDE THE BREAST......
AND ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH THAT

SEEMS TO BE A GROWING TREND.



(nats)

MEMORIAL SLOAN-KETTERING'S DOCTOR ELENA
ELKIN EXAMINED 25 YEARS OF

NATIONWIDE BREAST CANCER RECORDS.



03:15 (SOT-Dr. Elena Elkin/Memorial


Sloan-Kettering)

"on average tumors diagnosed today are
smaller than they were 25 years

ago.



(STANDUP: Dr. David Marks/CBS NEWS/New
York, NY)


AND IT LOOKS LIKE TUMOR SIZE IS A MAJOR
REASON WHY MORE WOMAN ARE LIVING

THROUGH THE DISEASE.

WHEN YOU COMPARE WOMEN WITH LOCAL STAGE
BREAST CANCER TODAY TO 25 YEARS

AGO THERE IS A 61 PERCENT IMPROVEMENT
IN SURVIVAL.



10:12 (SOT-Dr. Elena Elkin/Memorial


Sloan-Kettering)

"in localized cancers we see a much
greater porportion of women with

tumors less than two centimeters and
even tumors less than one

centimeter." :08 than we did in the
1970's. :10



SO WHY ARE TUMORS SMALLER TODAY?

MANY EXPERTS BELIEVE ITS REALLY JUST
THAT DOCTORS ARE FINDING THEM

SOONER... WHEN THEY'RE SMALL.

THAT CAN BE THANKED BY NEW TECHNOLOGIES
AND ESPECIALLY REGULAR

SCREENINGS.

IN THIRTEEN YEARS THE NUMBER OF WOMEN
OVER 40 GETTING MAMMOGRAMS MORE

THAN DOUBLED.



(nats)


BUT REALLY WHAT THIS STUDY TELLS US IS
THAT CURRENT METHODS FOR

DIAGNOSING AND TREATING BREAST CANCER
ARE EFFECTIVE.

AND THAT GIVES PATIENT'S LIKE SANDY A
LITTLE PIECE OF MIND.

DOCTOR DAVID MARKS, CBS NEWS.

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Keith ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

Still to come on the newscast,

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT investors on Wall Street largely


stayed away from the stock markets.
We'll tell you why coming up a little
later in our Moneywatch report.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

Grant Kittelson is standing by.

He'll join us after the break with
sports.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Then a little bit later, we'll tell


you why a 99 pound Virginia woman left
some much bigger Wisconsin men crying
in their brats and beer.

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ANCHOR ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Bam Welcome to the beginning of the work


week ticker and we begin on the
hardwood. As you saw earlier the Shaq
Diesel was in town. We know where he
is today and we know where he will be

to start the N-B-A Season.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The league annouced their schedule


for the 2005-2006 season. Shaq and the
Heat will play their first game on
November 3rd as the host the Indiana
Pacers.

The Charlotte Bobcats open the
season on the road on November 2nd. On
November 5th the Bobcats will open
their home schedule by hosting the
Boston Celtics. It will also be the
grand opening of Charlotte's new home
arena









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GRAPHIC=None The Brickyard proved to be a
ENG#=2 wonderful experience for Tony Stewart


as he won his first race at the famed
Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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*CG locator Indianapolis, IN (:17)

Nascar Images Stewart had to hold off Kasey Kahne
over the final laps to take the win and
gain the points lead over Jimmie
Johnson. He was able to overtake a
number of cars in working his way to
the front early in the race. The
number 20 car was 1 of the few that
made passing cars at the Brickyard look
easy.

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*CG 2line Matt Kenseth
Finished 5th at the Brickyard


*CG 2line Casey Mears
Finished 6th at the Brickyard


*CG 2line Greg Biffle
3rd in Nextel Cup Point Standings







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ANCHOR ON CAM Only 5 races remain until the cutoff
for the chase for the championship this

week the Cup cars will be able to turn
left and right as they head to Watkins
Glen for a road course race.
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GRAPHIC=None Our Friday Football Extra Previews


continue this evening as we stop at
Staunton River where the Golden Eagles
are coming off a rough season.

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VO-NAT Dave Rocco's team went Oh and 10 a


year ago, but we'll find out what
postives the coaching staff is taking
out of last season and how they're
passing those along to the returning
players. The Golden Eagles are also
doing something that most teams this
time of year won't be doing that should
help the team chemistry which hopefully
will translate into more wins. We'll
hear from Coach Rocco coming up tonight
on News 7 at 6.

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Also at the top of the hour, Mike
Stevens will check in from Blacksburg
with the Hokies speedster Eddie Royal
who talks about overcoming the injury

to his leg and what that meant for his
outlook on life. We'll see you then
everybody, Keith's coming right back to
wrap up News 7 at 5.
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GRAPHIC=NONE Oil prices hit another record high
ENG#=1 today. That and the threat of higher


interest rates scared many investors
away from the stock markets today.

Alexis Christoforous reports.

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CBS Money Watch
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GRAPHIC=None A 99 pound Virginia woman is a


champion eater.

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*CG locator Sheboygan, WI

Alexandria's Sonya Thomas won a
bratwurst eating competition this
weekend in Wisconsin.

She set a world record by gobbling
35 brats in just ten minutes.

The previous record was 19 and a
half.

She is no stranger to mass
consumption. Thomas is ranked second
by the International Federation of
Competitive Eating.

Two days before breaking the

bratwurst record, she won a grilled
cheese sandwich eating contest in San
Diego by downing 22 sandwiches.

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Another unexpected delay for
the space shuttle.

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Plus how these cheerleaders
helped capture a hit and run driver
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