4/20/06

News-7 at 11


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GRAPHIC=News-7 at 11 Good evening I'm Natasha



Ryan.
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GRAPHIC=News7@11 You see people do it all the


time...

Chatting on their cell phones,
eating or even putting on makeup while
DRIVING.

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*CG locator Blacksburg

A groundbreaking government study
by researchers at Virginia Tech says
THAT behavior is even more dangerous
than you might think.

80- percent of crashes involve
drivers who are distracted.

This is actual video of a person
not paying attention and getting into a
crash.

Researchers videotaped more than
240 drivers for a year in the DC
metropolitan area.

They found 20 percent of all the
crashes involved drowsy drivers.

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*CG 2line Charlie Klauer
VTTI Senior Research Associate CHARLIE KLAUER: 47:36:00 WHEN YOUR
DRIVING DROWSY, YOU'RE BEHIND THE WHEEL
AND FALLING ASLEEP. YOU'VE GOT A FOUR
TIMES GREATER CHANCE OF BEING INVOLVED
IN A CRASH OR NEAR CRASH THAN AN ALERT
DRIVER. :42

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Also, according to the study,
cell phones were the biggest
distraction for drivers.

And 18 to 20 year olds got into 4
times as many crashes as any other age
group.

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GRAPHIC=None In light of the study...we decided


to hit the road to find out how many
people have some of these bad driving
habits...Take a look at what we found.

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*CG locator Roanoke
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*CG 2line Bill Falls
Driver
0:07


*CG 2line John Bryant
Driver
0:15


*CG 2line Lyn Hankins-Boyd
Driver
0:25


*CG 2line Katie Johnson
Driver
0:43


*CG 2line Amanda Strope

Driver
0:50


*CG 2line Brooke Tooley
Driver
0:56



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OQ=keep rewinding for awhile <<



(END SOT) Let's face it, in the age of


technology, it's almost second nature
to talk on the cell phone while driving

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INQ= 9:03-08 yeah usually, take one hand off


wheel, look where i'm dialing but
doesn't work very good.

4:06-16 i do see some people that
shouldn't be doing it but they look at
me and probably say the same thing,
have seen people come pretty close to
accidents

6:55-05 cell phones are the
worst...poeple almost running into me
talking on their cell phones

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OQ= But it's not just talking on the cell


phones...some drivers do other things
with them while driving...including
looking down and typing text messages


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INQ= 10:05-11 pretty dangerous typing and


driving??? yeah it is, i try to only do
it at stoplights but sometimes i do it
while i'm driving

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OQ= And the distractions reach beyond the


cell phone...

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INQ= --5:03-09 i'm the cd changer, all about


reaching into the bin and switching
them out...

Brooke Tooley

7:43-59 I change the cds a lot while
I'm not looking at the road, I've had
two accidents because of it do you ever
think, hmmm.maybe i should quit change
ing the cds? yeah sometimes

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OQ= The question that begs to be


answered....will the results of the
study impact our drivers' behaviors?

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INQ= 10:21-25 i probably shouldn't do it at


all but it's what i like to do so...

--5:33-39i'm thinking yeah...it's time
to wait and keep rewinding for a
while...

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GRAPHIC=None Certainly, we're not limiting the bad


habits to just the ones we've talked
about and almost all of us have been
guilty at one time or another.
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GRAPHIC=VA Budget More news from the road - VDOT


officials now say if state lawmakers
don't soon agree on a budget, funding
for road projects will have to be cut.

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*CG file File Tape

The department released a draft today
of its six-year plan for road projects.

Compared to the plan approved
last year, funding for the state's
primary and secondary roads will be cut
by about six- million dollars.

House leaders call the numbers a
"campaign of misinformation."

They say Governor Kaine is trying
to scare them into raising taxes.


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GRAPHIC=Fire Investigation Investigators have determined the cause


of a destructive house fire, one they
say could have been prevented.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Saturday The Roanoke County Fire Marshal
says this fire in the Mount Pleasant
area started when vapors from a
gasoline can came in contact with the
pilot light of a hot water heater.

The Saturday fire along Parham
Drive caused an estimated 200-thousand
dollars' damage.

Fire officials remind you that
all combustible materials should be
stored outside the home.

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GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech When you think of Virginia Tech, a


world class university comes to mind.

But many students say it doesn't
always look that way.

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GRAPHIC=TECH CLASSROOMS FS in BAM Justin McLeod is here now with the


details. Justin, what's the problem?

Natasha, we're talking about outdated
classrooms.

LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com Many of them have seen no major
renovations in more than three decades.

So Virginia Tech says it's time for

an extreme makeover.

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*CG locator Blacksburg
:00




*CG 2line Megan Boardway
Virginia Tech Senior
:24 (QUICK)


*CG 2line Joey Lemanski
Virginia Tech Junior
:37


*CG 2line Mark Owczarski
Virginia Tech Spokesperson
:55 (QUICK)


*CG 2line Lindsay Miller
Virginia Tech Sophomore
1:25



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OQ=TO GET OUR WORK DONE <<((NAT SOUND OF PROFESSOR TEACHING))



When you visit many classrooms at
Virginia Tech, it's like stepping back
in time.


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INQ=It definitely looks LINDSAY MILLER/VIRGINIA TECH SOPHOMORE:


IT DEFINITELY LOOKS FROM THE 1960'S,
BACK IN THE DAY.

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INQ=You definitely JOEY LEMANSKI/VIRGINIA TECH JUNIOR:


YOU DEFINITELY FEEL LIKE YOU'RE BACK IN
THE 70'S GOING TO SCHOOL HERE.

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OQ=school here Take a look inside and you'll see


why.

Many classrooms are too small, and
the seats are extremely uncomfortable.

There's no air conditioning and
technology is limited.

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INQ=A lot of MEGAN BOARDWAY/VIRGINIA TECH SENIOR: A


LOT OF THE CLASSES I HAVE YOU CAN'T GO
ON THE INTERNET IN THOSE BUILDINGS.

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OQ=IN THOSE BUILDINGS But make no mistake Virginia Tech has


spent millions the last few years
building new academic buildings and
renovating a number of others.

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INQ=Everything is brand JOEY LEMANSKI: EVERYTHING IS BRAND



NEW, THE DESKS ARE A LOT BETTER, MORE
COMFORTABLE TO SIT IN. YOU CAN HEAR
THE TEACHERS BECAUSE THEY HAVE PA
SYSTEMS IN THEM.

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OQ=systems in them There will soon be more of these


state of the art classrooms here on
campus.

The university will spend 7 and half
million dollars the next two years
completely renovating 16 classrooms.

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INQ=It's going MARK OWCZARSKI/VIRGINIA TECH


SPOKESPERSON: IT'S GOING TO HIT THOSE
CLASSROOMS THAT NEED THE MOST HELP AND
THAT ARE USED THE MOST OFTEN AS WELL.

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OQ=often as well Students can expect to see new desks,


lightning, carpeting, climate control,
and wireless connections.

Dry erase boards will replace
chalkboards and teachers will no longer
have to bring their computers to the
classrooms, they'll already be there.

The renovated classrooms will also be
more accommodating for the disabled.

((NAT SOUND OF TYPING))

Virginia Tech says all these changes
will create a better learning

environment.

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INQ=I think it LINDSAY MILLER: I THINK IT WILL BE


MORE ACCOMMODATING FOR THE STUDENTS. I
THINK IT WILL BE EASIER FOR US TO GET
OUR WORK DONE.

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LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL



Virginia Tech is also running out of
classroom space.

So the university is seeking state
funding to build a new 61-thousand
square foot classroom building.

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Natasha, the goal is to begin
construction in the next five to seven
years.

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GRAPHIC=Duke U. Down at Duke, the big news is new court


documents in the case two lacrosse
players accused of raping an exotic
dancer.

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VO-NAT An affidavit for a warrant to

NO SUPER search the dorm room of defendant
Collin Finnerty showed police were
looking for clothing from the suspect
or the alleged victim.

Defense attorneys are also
hoping that new DNA evidence and
testimony from a cab driver will help
reinforce their clients' innocence

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GRAPHIC=None Five teens arrested in


Kansas...accused of plotting a
murderous rampage at their high school.

But the alleged plan was foiled
before it could be carried out. Manuel
Gallegus reports.

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*CG locator Cherokee Co., KS
00




*CG 2line Steve Norman
Cherokee Co. Sheriff
0:16


*CG 2line Jordan Adams
Freshman
1:02



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OQ=std < (END SOT) STYLE MASSACRE BY FIVE TEENAGERS AT


RIVERTON HIGH SCHOOL IN THE
SOUTHEASTERN CORNER OF KANSAS
INVESTIGATORS SAY THEY RE LUCKY THE
ALLEGED PLOT WAS DISCOVERED.

SOT-STEVE NORMAN, CHEROKEE COUNTY


SHERIFFHad the school not found out the
information from the website we might
have been dealing with a tragedy today.
17;20;08

A WARNING ABOUT THE ALLEGED GUN ATTACK
FIRST APPEARED ON THE POPULAR WEBSITE
MYSPACE. THERE WAS A THREAT, THEN A
NORTH CAROLINA WOMAN CHATTED ONLINE

WITH ONE OF THE SUSPECTS WHO TOLD HER
THERE WAS A LIST OF A DOZEN POTENTIAL
VICTIMS INCLUDING A STAFF MEMBER. SHE
CALLED POLICE. -SOT- STEVE NORMAN,


CHEROKEE COUNTY SHERIFF It appears
there was obvious intentand it appears
there was the capability of carrying
through some of the implied of physical
violence. 17;20;20 SHERIFF S DEPUTIES
say they FOUND GUNS, AMMUNITION AND
CODED MESSAGES INSIDE THE BEDROOM OF
ONE OF THE TEEN SUSPECTS.THEY SAY THEY
ALSO FOUND REFERENCES TO ARMAGEDDON IN
TWO OF THE SUSPECTS SCHOOL LOCKERS.
ABOUT 900 STUDENTS ATTEND RIVERTON HIGH
SCHOOL WHICH IS IN AN UNINCORPORATED
AREA OF KANSAS. MANY KIDS STAYED HOME
FROM SCHOOL ON HEARING RUMORS OF THE
PLOT.

-SOT-JORDAN ADAMS, FRESHMAN STUDENT


17;18;00 it was just a lot more sullen
than usualeverybody was like quiet
nobody was in the hallways all day.

THE TEEN SUSPECTS TOLD INVESTIGATORS
THEY WERE ALLEGEDLY GOING TO DISABLE
THE SCHOOLS VIDEO MONITORING SYSTEM AND
WEAR BLACK TRENCH COATSAND CARRY OUT
THE ATTACK ON THE COLUMBINE
ANNIVERSARYAPRIL 20TH. NOW THEY MAY BE

CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT
MURDER MANUEL GALLEGUS CBS NEWS.>>
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GRAPHIC=None Job news now from Rowe furniture.



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*CG locator Montgomery Co.

The company has laid off more than 60
people at its Elliston facility.

26 positions were eliminated this
month, and 37 others were cut in March.

A company spokesman blames the
cuts on overseas competition but says
no more layoffs are expected.

Rowe Furniture also has a plant
in Salem.

Nationally, Rowe employs about
14-hundred people.

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GRAPHIC=None Some interesting things going on in


Charlottesville, where the art of

expression is literally taking shape.

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*CG locator Charlottesville

The city today dedicated a
monument to the First Amendment.

Passersby can use chalk to
express their thoughts on two slate
walls or hop on a modern- day soap- box
and speak to anyone willing to listen.

Novelist John Grisham and
Violinist Boyd Tinsley were among the
first to write on the wall.

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INQ=It's an everyday reminder




*CG 2line Boyd Tinsley
Dave Matthews Band Violinist 6:37:48 BOYD TINSLEY/DAVE MATTHEWS BAND
VIOLINIST: IT'S AN EVERYDAY REMINDER
FOR US TO REMEMBER THAT WE HAVE THIS
RIGHT AND WE HAVE TO PROTECT IT BECAUSE
FROM TIME TO TIME YOU KNOW WE DO HAVE
ATTEMPTS TO CURTAIL IT.

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Charlottesville was chosen for
the monument because of its ties to
Thomas Jefferson who helped write the
Bill of Rights.

To ease concerns over the
possibility of offensive speech, the
slate walls will be completely erased
every Thursday.

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GRAPHIC=D-Day Memorial He's best known for his role as a


Korean War chaplain on the t-v series
"M*A*S*H", but actor William
Christopher got an education about a
different war today.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Bedford

Christopher paid a visit to the
National D-Day Memorial in Bedford to
help publicize new exhibits on medical
units and military chaplains.


Christopher and his wife got a
guided tour of the monument, then met
with our D-Day visitors in the
education tent.

He was impressed with what he saw.

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*CG 2line William Christopher
"Father Mulcahy" 00:21:36 WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER/"FATHER
MULCAHY": THE FACT THAT THIS IS SO
BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED, AND THE FLOWERS
IN BLOOM, OF COURSE WE HAVE A GREAT DAY
FOR IT, IT LOOKS WONDERFUL. AND WHEN
YOU WALK AROUND YOU REALLY DO GET THE
FEELING OF THE SYMBOLISM OF ALL THE
PARTS.

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OQ=all the parts.





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D-Day staff presented Christopher
with a signed copy of the book "The
Bedford Boys", which details central
Virginia's connection to the Normandy
invasion.

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It started off as a routine disturbance
call, but it didn't stay routine for
long.

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*CG tease ON THE BEAT

Still ahead, a police officer takes a
pounding - before ordinary folks come
to his rescue.
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Dramatic dash cam video with a punch -
and more. Still ahead, an officer's
tough day on the job.

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VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease FUN TO SPARE

And Thursday night is bowling night for
the largest league in the New River
Valley, one with a special purpose -
and rewards.
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*CG tease AHEAD IN SPORTS

< the News 7 sports office. Coming up
later, the Cup drivers lay the hammer
down in Phoenix. We'll hit the ACC
diamond with the Virginia Cavaliers,
and Byrd tangles with Alleghany on the
high school side. Plus, Roanoke and
Lynchburg are set for their lax
showdown and JJ looks down the road.
All that and more on the way in
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GRAPHIC=None When a routine disturbance call


turned violent, the whole thing was
caught on the officer's dash cam.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator McKinney, TX

What the Texas police officer didn't
know was he was pulling over an escaped
convict from Colorado.

Fugitive Joshua Jones violently
attacked Corporal Russel May,
repeatedly punching and slamming the
officer against his own patrol car.

The attack happened Monday, days
later May still thankful to the people
that prevented the incident from
getting out of hand...a Good Samaritan
and other citizens who called 911.

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*CG 2line Louis Wilkins
Witness Louis Wilkins Witness 0:43-51
00 You were worried? "That somebody
would've got shot, you know. Whether it
was him, or the officer, or one of the
kids... somebody would've gotten shot."
*CG 2line Cpl. Russell May
McKinney Police Cpl. Russell May McKinney Police
1:00-03

more sheer saved my life and the people
around."

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May wan't seriously hurt...Jones has
been charged with assaulting an
officer.

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GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation Back in Virginia, Roanoke police have a


murder suspect under arrest.

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They took 28-year-old Edward Deshawn
Beverly into custody today at a
southeast Roanoke home.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
Tuesday Beverly is accused of murdering
45-year old Yancy Tyler, who was
stabbed to death shortly after
midnight, Tuesday in a home on 35th
Street Northwest.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None State lawmakers returned home


after Wednesday's veto session, but
their work isn't over.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke


The Roanoke Regional Chamber of
Commerce postponed its legislative
breakfast twice, and this morning the
General Assembly wrap-up became a
status report.

Members of the house and senate
say they are NOT optimistic about the
prospects for a quick compromise on
transportation funding.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Del. Morgan Griffith

(R) Salem DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/(R) SALEM: WE HAVE


PROPOSED AS A HOUSE COMING BACK IN
SEPTEMBER OCTOBER. I PERSONALLY DON'T
CARE IF IT'S JULY FOURTH, BUT LET'S GET
THIS BUDGET OUT OF THE WAY. LET'S QUIT
HOLDING THE BUDGET PROCESS HOSTAGE TO
THE TRANSPORTATION ISSUE.
*CG 2line Sen. John Edwards

(D) Roanoke SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/(D) ROANOKE: IT'S AN


INTRACTABLE PROBLEM. IT'S A LONG TERM
PROBLEM. AND I DON'T KNOW HOW WE'RE
GOING TO GET A SOLUTION FRANKLY BETWEEN
NOW AND JULY THE FIRST.

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OQ=between now and July first.





NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Lawmakers are risking a


government shutdown if they don't
approve a new budget by the time the
current spending plan expires at the
end of June.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None On nights like this...the largest


bowling league in the New River Valley
helps build confidence in hundreds of
people with cognitive disabilities.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
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*CG locator Montgomery Co.

Every Thursday....35 year-old
Louis Hayton looks forward to spending
two hours at the N-R-V Super Bowl in
Christiansburg.

But many times his game is
knocked aside for a chance to

socialize.

And that's also why student
volunteers from Virginia Tech and
Radford University show up.

Hayton says Thursdays are a
priority.

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INQ=It helps spiritually




*CG 2line Louis Hayton
Radford LOUIS HAYTON, 35, RADFORD

00:13:00 IT HELPS SPIRITUALLY AND
EMOTIONALLY LIKE I WAS SAYING ....A LOT
OF GREAT FRIENDS I MET HERE... AND WE
ALL HAVE DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS,
DISABILITIES...AND STUFF LIKE
THAT...SOME HIDDEN ..SOME NOT HIDDEN
BUT MAINLY IT ALSO GETS US TO BE WITH
OTHER PEOPLE LIKE COLLEGE
STUDENTS.00:13:18

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OQ=like college students





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The bowling league meets for 10
weeks in the spring and fall.

It is hosted by the N-R-V Agency
for Persons with Mental Retardation.


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TOSS TOSS

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Big baseball news from UVA
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ANCHOR ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up, the Cup cars are back


on the track after a week off--time
trials from the desert on the way, plus
we'll talk ACC baseball and have some
highlights from the high school
diamond, and a whole lot more, but
first our extra point,

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem
:00 Former Maryland Terrapin Adrian
Branch was in Salem tonight, to address
the local Fellowship of Christian
Athletes spring banquet at the Civic
Center. Branch was drafted by the

Chicago Bulls after finishing his
career at Maryland in 1985, and won a
ring with the LA Lakers.

While in College Park, along with
Len Bias he was a part of Lefty
Driesell's only ACC Championship team
that beat Duke in 1984. Tonight he
gave his testimony and talked about a
time when he wasn't as clearly focused
as he needed to be. Branch is now a
color analyst for the Charlotte
Bobcats.

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TAKE SCORES (END VO)

TAKE SCORES<< *CG hsbaseb


Floyd Co.
0
4
Glenvar
6






Northwood
1
4

Fort Chiswell
17


Will Hudson Grand Slam


*CG hsbaseb 4
William Byrd
6


Alleghany
3


*CG colbaseb >>

Emory & Henry
2
4
Ferrum
8



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OUTCUE=last score."



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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup Let's get it started on the track in


Phoenix where they've set the field for
tomorrow night's Subway Fresh 500.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Avondale, AZ
SPEED Kyle Busch won the fall race in :00 the desert and was stout again last
night, laying down a hot lap at 133.745
miles an hour. That was good enough
for his second career pole, edging out
Greg Biffle. The top ten has a
Roush-Gibbs feel to it. Here's a look
at the top 20 on the starting grid.

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TAKE BOARDS<< *CG racing PHOENIX QUALIFYING
1. Kyle Busch
133.745
2. Greg Biffle


3. Tony Stewart


4. Matt Kenseth



5. Carl Edwards


*CG racing PHOENIX QUALIFYING
6. Denny Hamlin


7. Kurt Busch


8. Clint Bowyer


9. Martin Truex, Jr.


10. Jimmie Johnson


*CG racing PHOENIX QUALIFYING
11. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.


12. Casey Mears


13. Ryan Newman


14. Brian Vickers


15. Kevin Harvick


*CG racing PHOENIX QUALIFYING >> 16. Sterling Marlin


17. Dale Jarrett



18. Mark Martin


19. Jeff Gordon


20. Elliott Sadler



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OUTCUE=last driver."


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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=UVA To the diamond, where the Virginia


Cavaliers are ranked 17th in the
country as they head to Miami this
weekend for a huge series with the
Canes that should go a long way in
determining the ACC's Coastal Division
title.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The Cavs pitching staff leads the


league in strikeouts and ERA, while the
offense has been stout as well, ranking
just behind NC State in the ACC batting
statistics entering this weekend's
three game set which starts tonight.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



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INQ=



*CG 2line Tom Hagan
Cavs OF/1B from Cave Spring
:00
*CG 2line Brian O'Connor
Cavs Head Coach
:15

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OQ=to win every game."



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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=VHSL In the high school ranks, William


Byrd hit the road for Low Moor to
square off with Alleghany.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Covington
Mountaineers vs Terriers The Mountaineers fell behind
1-nothing in the top of the first.

With a runner on third, the pitch
from Robbie Andrews gets past the
catcher. Andy Odenthal would cross the
dish to make it 1 to nothing Terriers.


Then Byrd showed off some
defense. Watch Cody Trivellin come
flying out of nowhere in Left field to
snag the ball destined for the gap to
save a run.

*CG final William Byrd But Andrews would settle down in the 6 Top of the third. He struck out the Alleghany side but it would not be enough William 3 Byrd gets the win 6 to 3 over Alleghany
with a Grand Slam in the Top of the
7th.

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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=ODAC Roanoke and Lynchburg College


meet in lacrosse this weekend in Salem.
The game will not only have an impact
in the ODAC, but national ramifications
in the D3 lax scene as well. Grant
Kittelson has more on the renewal of a
rivalry between the Maroons and
Hornets.

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INQ=


*CG locator Salem

2005 Season
:00
*CG 2line Bill Pilat
Roanoke College Lacrosse Coach
:23
*CG 2line Matt Madalon
Roanoke College Goalie
:33
*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
1:21



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OQ=News 7 Sports." << Last Season Lynchburg and Roanoke
(END SOT) met 3 times on the Lacrosse field. The


Maroons won in the Regular Season and
the Quarterfinals of the N-C-A-A
Tourney. The Hornets won on Roanoke's
home field to win the ODAC Tournament
Championship a season ago. So it's no
suprise that they met for the
Conference regular season title this
weekend with Roanoke ranked 4th in
Division 3, while Lynchburg is number 2
in the country.

(PILAT BITE:)

(MADALON BITE:)

Both teams have lost to Salisbury
this season the number 1 team in the

country. For the Maroons that was 9
games ago and the teams last lost.

(MADALON BITE:)

(STANDUP:)
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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=REDICK Two nights ago, JJ Redick was the


toast of his hometown.

Yesterday, it was back to
Durham to focus on a final exam and to
contemplate the future.

And if JJ thought the
awards tour of the last three weeks was
hectic, the pace of life is about to
get even quicker.

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INQ=I'VE BEEN TRAVELING...




*CG 2line J.J. Redick
Unanimous All-American
:00

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OQ=...LEADING UP TO THE DRAFT." TRAVIS ON CAMERA

TRAVIS ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=REDICK The NBA draft is set for


Wednesday June 28th in New York, and

most believe that Redick is a lock as a
first round pick and likely a top 10
selection.
TOSS TOSS


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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None You can always use a little help


from your friends, even if you're a sea
lion.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Irvine, CA

The 250-pound water-dwelling
creature was spotted lying in a
drainage ditch in Irvine, California
yesterday.

Today, his buddies from the sea
lion rescue team moved in.

Despite an initial resistance,

the lion was captured and taken back to
the ocean...where he seemed extremely
happy to get back into the water.

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3 SHOT


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