06/05/06

News 7 at 11


NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Art Museum The art museum of Western Virginia


paints a rosy picture of how downtown
Roanoke will benefit economically once
its new facility is up and running.

But many businesses are not so
convinced life will imitate art.

DOUBLE BOXES=Natasha & Justin DOUBLE BOXES



Justin McLeod is here to tell us why.
Justin?

Natasha, business owners are hopeful
but they also say they'll believe it
when they see it.

LIVE=Justin Full from BAM w/ Art FS LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com City leaders however believe the new
museum will bring millions of dollars
in revenue as well as jobs and they say
they have the numbers to back it up.

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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
:00





*CG 2line Louis Wilson
Burgers in the Square
:10


*CG 2line Pauline Wood
Shades of Color
:24


*CG 2line Kimberly Templeton
Art Museum of Western Virginia
:40



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OQ=THINK WE CAN DELIVER <<((NAT SOUND OF FRENCH FRYER AT


58:18))

Sizzling hot, that's how many
describe what downtown Roanoke used to
be like in terms of visitors, not
anymore.

SOT FULL 1:04:30 SOT FULL



INQ=With the amount LOUIS WILSON/BURGERS IN THE SQUARE:


WITH THE AMOUNT OF PEOPLE NO LONGER
WORKING IN DOWNTOWN, PROBABLY OVER THE
LAST TEN YEARS IT HAS GONE DOWN
SIGNIFICANTLY.

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OQ=GONE DOWN SIGNIFICANTLY By nearly fifty percent to be exact.



So many downtown businesses hope to

cash in (shot of register at 1:00:54)
once the new art museum opens up.
(SHOTS OF NEW ART MUSEUM)

SOT FULL 1:13:10 SOT FULL



INQ=Well I'm very PAULINE WOOD/SHADES OF COLORS: WELL


I'M VERY HOPEFUL I THINK IT'S THE BEST
THING TO HAPPEN FOR DOWNTOWN ROANOKE IN
A VERY LONG TIME.

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OQ=VERY LONG TIME But how much of a benefit can


downtown businesses expect?

Plenty, according to the art museum's
economic impact study.

SOT FULL 1:08:11 SOT FULL



INQ=We're hoping KIMBERLY TEMPLETON/ART MUSEUM OF


WESTERN VIRGINIA: WE'RE HOPING THAT
ANNUALLY 177-THOUSAND PEOPLE WILL VISIT
THE ART MUSEUM AND BASED ON THOSE
ATTENDANCE PROJECTIONS WE ESTIMATE WE
WILL PUT ABOUT 30 MILLION DOLLARS OF
NEW SPENDING INTO THE REGION.

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OQ=into the region 9 million dollars of that will be in


wages.

The art museum believes the new
facility will generate 430 new jobs for
the area.

But many downtown businesses doubt
how big of an impact the museum will

have.

SOT FULL 1:03:34 SOT FULL



INQ=I'm hopeful LOUIS WILSON: I'M HOPEFUL I'LL WAIT


AND SEE WHAT IT ACTUALLY DOES.

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OQ=IT ACTUALLY DOES





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INQ=Whether or not PAULINE WOODS: WHETHER OR NOT I DO ANY


BETTER I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THAT I GUESS
WE WILL HAVE TO WAIT AND SEE WHAT IT
BRINGS.

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OQ=WHAT IT BRINGS The art museum counters if you built


it they will come.

SOT FULL 1:09:45 SOT FULL



INQ=I think I would KIMBERLY TEMPLETON: I THINK I WOULD


SAY TO THEM WE'VE DONE A LOT OF
HOMEWORK WITH THIS PROJECT. THE
BUILDING IS BEING BUILT FOR A PURPOSE
AND IT'S ALSO BEING BUILT FOR SMARTLY.
WE'RE NOT PROMISING ANYTHING WE DON'T
THINK WE CAN DELIVER.

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OQ=we can deliver





LIVE=Justin Full from BAM w/Art FS LIVE FULL



Business owners tell us so far the
new museum has actually hurt business,

especially the city market.

That's because the site of the new
museum is no longer being used as a
parking lot.

DOUBLE BOXES=Justin & McLeod DOUBLE BOXES



Natasha, city market tenants will
have to be patient. The new facility
won't open for at least two years.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A new principal was appointed at

Education 7 Report tonight's Henry County School Board
meeting amidst controversy in the black
community.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Henry Co.

Mrs. Gracie Agnew is now the new
principal at Magna Vista High School.
A candidate whose name came up for the
first time tonight. .

The NAACP supported a different
candidate. Members of the group say
they're surprised by the choice.

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*CG 2line Leonard R. Jones
NAACP 18:20-31...we need strong black men
in the community, it's not a gender

bias, we need strong black men....
*CG 2line Sharon Dodson
Superintendent 12:43-55
0:12 We're constantly looking for the best
person for the job, embracing
diversity, whether it's a man, woman,
black, whoever we can find.

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OQ=whoever we can find





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Agnew is looking to the positive,
saying she looks forward to working
with the staff and creating the number
one school in the nation.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A fight over a milk carton ended in the


death of a patient at the V-A Medical
Center in Salem last night.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Salem

Two men were having supper in the day
room of Ward two in Building eight.

The dispute over a carton of milk,
escalated as the two patients began
holding and pushing each other.
Medical staff were called to break it
up.

As William Henry Macki was struggling
against those trying to hold him down,
he started turning blue.

Twenty-four minutes later Macki was
declared dead.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The medical examiner listed the cause


of death as natural, pending toxicology
tests.

Dr. Delmar Short of the V-A Hospital
staff says Macki had a heart condition.

Dr. Short believes the 41-year old
veteran from Montvale may have suffered
a heart attack during the struggle.
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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Shooting A shooting near Lynchburg this


afternoon is believed to be accidental.


ENG#4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Campbell Co.

Initial reports said that the
incident happened outside the Apple
Market on Wards Road around 3:30.

Campbell County authorities now
say that the shooting occurred on 460
West near Greenview Drive.

One man, identified by police as
18-year-old Daniel Woodard, was shot in
the back and side while riding in his
brother's car.

Woodard was taken to Lynchburg
General Hospital.

Police are not releasing anymore
details, except to say that the
shooting is apparently accidental, and
is still under investigation.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Victory Stadium The demolition of Victory Stadium


could begin as early as next week.

And today, members of city
council received a look at what could

replace the Roanoke landmark.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The city will develop a master
plan for the property later this year,
but in the short term, officials are
proposing a complex of athletic fields
for soccer and lacrosse.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 12:14



INQ=Turn around seems to be pretty good




*CG 2line Steve Buschor
Roanoke Parks & Recreation Dir. STEVE BUSCHOR/ROANOKE PARKS AND
RECREATION DIRECTOR: TURN AROUND SEEMS
TO BE PRETTY GOOD. LOOKS LIKE WE MIGHT
BE ABLE TO RENOVATE IT AND GET IT UP
AND RUNNING BY FALL OF 2007, WHICH
WOULD ALLOW FOR PLACING A NUMBER OF
DIFFERENT LEAGUES IN THAT AREA.

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OQ=different leagues in that area





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The city has also cleared a
hurdle that stadium supporters hoped
would block demolition.


Today, council authorized an
agreement that will release the city
from restrictions that were placed on
the property when it was deeded to the
city in 1941.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=City Market A makeover for the city market


won't include vendors' stalls in the
middle of market street.

Members of Roanoke City Council
indicated little support for that
proposal today, as they encouraged
administrators to address other
concerns.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT A recent study suggested the


relocation of the farmer's market from
benches along the sidewalk to an island
in the center of the street, but
council members said they have heard
vendors' objections.

They also said they support short

-term improvements to address other
immediate issues, including the repair
or replacement of damaged awnings.

Planning will continue on other
improvements, including a stepped plaza
near the pedestrian bridge, and a
possible re-design of the city market
building.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A pilot headed to Charlottesville


took a wrong turn and was grounded by
the military.


ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Montgomery Co, MD

A small plane was forced to land
this evening after it violated a
restricted air space in the Washington
D.C. area.

Two F-16s intercepted the cessna 182
and the pilot was directed to land at
Montgomery County Airpark in
Gathersburg, Maryland. Authorities
interviewed the pilot who was traveling
from Philadelphia.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A very emotional debate got


underway on Capitol Hill today.

Should gays be allowed to marry?

President Bush and his supporters
say absolutely not and are proposing a
constitutional ammendment.

Aleen Sirgany reports from
Washington.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL




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INQ=




*CG 2line Rev. Robert Hardies
All Souls Church
:34


*CG 2line Aleen Sirgany
CBS News
:47


*CG 2line Sen. Harry Reid

(D) Nevada


1:00


*CG 2line Sen. Wayne Allard

(R) Colorado


1:05



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OQ=CBS News. <<(PACKAGE SCRIPT)(NATSOT - "with this
(END SOT) ring...")GAY COUPLES ACROSS THE COUNTRY


HAVE ALREADY TIED THE KNOTBUT IF
PRESIDENT BUSH GETS HIS WAY, MARRIAGE
WOULD constitutionally BECOME A UNION
BETWEEN A MAN AND A WOMAN. PERIOD.

13.55.08 (SOT: President Bush - "An


amendment to the Constitution is
necessary because activist courts have

left our nation with no other choice.")

Just BEFORE THE SENATE BEGAN DEBATE ON
THE FEDERAL MARRIAGE AMENDMENT...
PRESIDENT BUSH MET WITH A GROUP OF
RELIGIOUS LEADERS, FAMILY AND CIVIC
ORGANIZATIONS, AND SCHOLARS, URGING
CONGRESS TO PASS THE BAN ON SAME-SEX
MARRIAGE. IT'S A CALL THAT'S NOT
SITTING WELL -- WITH GAY RIGHTS
ADVOCATES.

(SOT: Rev. Robert Hardies / ALL SOULS


CHURCH - "for the president of the
united states to write discrimination
into the constitution in order to boost
his poll numbers, is shameful.")

(STANDUP BRIDGE: Aleen Sirgany / CBS
NEWS - "despite President Bush's call
to action -- it doesn't look like the
marriage amendment is going to pass
here on capitol hill. Two-thirds of the
Senate would have to support the
bill... And right now, Republicans just
don't have enough votes.")

MONDAY, THE SENATE BEGAN HEATED DEBATE
ON THIS CONTROVERSIAL ISSUE:

14.17.31 (SOT: Sen. Harry Reid / D -


NEVADA - "the reason for this debate is
to divide our society, to pit one
against another.")


(SOT: Sen. Wayne Allard / R - COLORADO,


MARRIAGE AMENDMENT SPONSOR - "I believe
the framers of the constitution felt
that this would never be an issue, and
if they had - it would have been
included in the U-S constitution.")

CRITICS OF THE SAME SEX MARRIAGE BAN
SAY -- THE TIMING OF THIS PUSH IS
NOTHING MORE THAN A POLITICAL PLOY,
DESIGNED TO WIN BACK THE SUPPORT OF THE
PRESIDENT's CONSERVATIVE BASE... A
GROUP REPUBLICANS WILL NEED COME
NOVEMBER WHEN VOTERS HEAD TO THE POLLS
FOR MID-TERM ELECTIONS. ALEEN SIRGANY,
CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.>>
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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Duke Despite recent problems, Duke


University Lacrosse is coming back next
year.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Durham,NC

University President Richard
Brodhead announced today the men's
Lacrosse team will be reinstated.


The team's current season was
canceled this past March due to rape
charges filed against three team
members.

Brodhead says he made the
decision after several campus
committees recommended a more stringent
code of conduct for student athletes.

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INQ=I decided that




*CG 2line Richard Brodhead
Duke University President RICHARD BRODHEAD/DUKE UNIVERSITY
PRESIDENT: I DECIDED THAT DUKE COULD
ONLY RESUME MEN'S LACROSSE IF WE MADE A
CLEAR STATEMENT OF THE CONDUCT WE
EXPECT OF THE PLAYERS GOING FORWARD IF
THE PLAYERS ACTIVELY ACCEPTING RESPON
FOR LIVING UP TO THESE EXPECTATION

AND IF WE HAD A STRONG OVERSIGHT
MECHANISM TO MONITOR THE SITUATION.

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OQ=monitor the situation.





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG file File Tape

Brodhead also announced that the
search is on for a coach to replace

Mike Pressler.

Coach Pressler had previously
come under fire when it was revealed
that he had covered up several team
members' previous run-ins with the law.


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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

Still to come on News
7....Congressman Rick Boucher is making
headlines and it's not about his
politics. We'll explain.

ENG#=4





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease NEW COURSE

Plus....Virigina Tech tees up
with a well known golf course designer
to create a new course in Pulaski
County.
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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

They were born together, but now
they're heading home separately. The
latest on two North Dakota conjoined
twins.

ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease BIG SCREEN

Plus....a Giles county native is
making it big on the big screen.
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INQ=HEY FOLKS...




*CG tease AHEAD IN SPORTS

< the News 7 Sports office as the Avs

come back home and lock-up the Keys.

One of the big leagues top umps
dies at the age of 55.

Ken Griffey Senior spends the day
in Lexington helping out VMI.

Grant Kittelson checks in from
post.

And Michelle Wie tries to earn a
spot in the Open - right here on Big
7.>>

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Congressman Rick Boucher is now a


married man.
TAKE APRISA FS TAKE PICTURE

The 9th District congressman
married the editor of the Galax

Gazette, Amy Hauslohner, in Damascus on
Saturday.

The couple took their vows
following a bicycle trip from Abingdon
on the Creeper Trail.
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*CG file File Tape

Boucher is currently serving his
12th term in the U-S House and is
running for re-election.

Mrs. Boucher will continue to
work as news editor at the Gazette.
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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech Virginia Tech's new golf course


is in par to bring in big bucks for the
community.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Pulaski Co.
:00 The University formally dedicated
the Pete Dye River Course this morning.


The 18 hole course was renovated
over the last two and a half years by
renowned golf architect Pete Dye.

The new layout winds along two
and a half miles of the New River and
features five sets of tees.

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INQ=I was over




*CG 2line Frank Beamer
V. Tech Head Football Coach FRANK BEAMER: 1:46:28:00 I WAS OVER
HERE ABOUT A MONTH AGO AND IT'S REALLY
A NICE COURSE, A PRETTY COURSE.. NO
TELEPHONES OUT THERE AND THAT'S WHAT I
LIKE. GET OUT THERE AND DON'T HAVE TO
ANSWER THE PHONE. :39

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The course should give the men's
golf team a boost.

Tech also plans to add a women's
golf team in the next few years.

Construction will begin later
this summer on a new club house for the
course.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Plenty of baseball tonight from a


big win by the Avs to an appearance in
the area today by Ken Griffey, Senior.

But first your Extra Point --

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Summit, NJ
U.S. Open Qualifying Michelle Wie took part in the 36 :00 hole US Open qualifying at Summit, New
Jersey today with 152 men.

She positioned herself to become
the first woman to qualify for the U.S.
Open by shooting a 2-under-par 68 in
her first round this morning.
But, the 16 year old from Hawaii
finished with a 3 over 75 on the final
18 and didn't come close to getting one
of the 18 spots up for grabs.


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*CG carolina


Frederick
1
4
Salem
9






Lynchburg
9


Myrtle Beach
9
12


*CG mlbal 4
New York
13


Boston
5





4
Baltimore
4


Toronto
0


*CG mlbnl 4
Washington
5


Atlanta
4




4
Chicago
8


Houston
0


*CG mlbnl


St. Louis
7



Cincinnati
8
9




Arizona
3


Philadelphia
2
6


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Edmonton
4
4
Carolina
5


GAME ONE

















STANLEY CUP FINALS

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=AVS The Salem Avs have been red hot


of late on the road of all places - and
tonight they returned home for a three
game series with Frederick - looking to
continue their wining ways.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem
Keys vs. Avalanche The breeze was whipping tonight
at Salem Memorial and a number of folks
had some dinner with their baseball
this evening.

In the first inning the Avs get
busy as Ervin Alcantara knocks one
right up the middle to drive in Edwin
Maysonet. The base hit is enough to
make it a one to nothing game.


Still in the first, Francisco
Caraballo will lift one into the wind
the ball will *CG final Frederick eventually settle up against the wall 1 in centerfield. Alcantara scores. The Salem Avs win it 9-to-1.
9



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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=MLB One of the more memorable and


flamboyant umpires the big leagues has
ever seen is dead tonight at the age of
55.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG file MLB

Eric Gregg, who was known for his
large strike zone and large belly died
earlier this evening after suffering a
massive stroke. Gregg who had
struggled with his weight for years,
had complained to family members Sunday
morning at his home in Pennsylvania.,
that he couldn't feel anything on his

left side. Gregg worked the 1989 World
Series, four championship series and
one All-Star game. He was 55.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=VMI One of VMI's most unique


recruitment programs got a big boost
today as former big league star Ken
Griffey Senior spent the day in
Lexington playing a little golf for the
cause.

Grant Kittelson takes a swing at
explaining the program and his
presence.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG locator Lexington
Lexington Country Club
:00


*CG 2line Ken Griffey Sr.
Played 19 Major League Seasons
:16



*CG 2line Gene Williams
College Orientation Workshop Founder
:51


*CG 2line Rich Borden
1993 VMI Graduate
1:38


*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
2:00



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OQ=News 7 Sports. << Ken Griffey Senior was a lefty
(END SOT) hitting outfielder on the Big Red


Machine that won 2 World Series Title.
In Lexington Griffey was switch hitting
on the golf course to help out the
College Orientation Workshop Program.

(GRIFFEY BITE:)

The C-O-W summer program is held
in Lexington at the Virginia Military
Institute for at-risk Minority Male
Students in High school. It includes
Academic Instruction, physical
training, Counseling, and Self-esteem
Development based on the V-M-I
Educational mold. The Program was
founded by Gene Williams 20 years ago.


(Williams BITE:)

This is the second year for the
C-O-W Golf tournament fund-raiser, one
of the golfers was Rich Borden who
played with his 2 sons. Borden who is
from the Bronx is a graduate of the
program.

(BORDEN BITE:)

(STANDUP:)>>
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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=ODAC The ODAC has picked up another


athlete from the Roanoke Valley.

Adam Hart, the all Western Valley
district catcher from Patrick Henry
will attend Hampden-Sydney next season
and play for the Tigers.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
This Season Hart hit 320 this season
splitting time between catcher and
short stop. He stole 20 ot 21 bases.
As a junior he hit 364 and was a four
year starter on the varsity at Patrick
Henry.


Hart hopes to play as a freshman
for the Tigers.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=VHSL The VHSL state quarterfinals take


place tomorrrow night.
*CG hsbaseb GO TO BOARDS - MIKE READS

The elite 8 in Group Two A Dan River baseball has Northside entertaining Dan
River, while Appomattox will be on the
road at Tunstall.
Northside The winners will advance to play
Friday at Calfee Park in the
semi-finals.
TUESDAY 6PM @ NORTHSIDE


Appomattox




Tunstall




TUESDAY 6PM @ TUNSTALL
GROUP AA QUARTERS


*CG hsbaseb GO TO GROUP A BOARD


In Group A - Region C champ J.J. Kelly Grayson County will be home tomorrow at
5pm taking J.J. Kelly. Glenvar is on
the road at Haysi taking on the Grayson Co. unbeaten Tigers who are 20-and-0.

MIKE ON CAMERA

5pm in Independence


Glenvar




Haysi




6pm @ Haysi
GROUP A QUARTERS


MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=VHSL In softball Franklin County has


to travel to Chesapeake, Northside must
hit the road and Cave Spring is home
tomorrow at 5pm looking to stay
undefeated.

A pile of area soccer teams also
are still alive including both boys and
girls teams from Radford and
Blacksburg.
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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Game one of the Stanley Cup final


in Raleigh tonight. The RBC center was
completely soldout as the Hurricanes
hosted the Edmonton Oilers in game one
of the best of seven series.

Carolina trailed 3-to-nothing,
but battled back to tie it.

It appeared the game was headed
to overtime.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Raleigh, NC
OLN-NHL but take a look at what happened
with 30 seconds to play.

Edmonton Oiler Ty Conklin turns
the puck over behind the net trying to
clear it, and Rod Brind'Amour is right
there to seize the moment.

He scores the game winner with
the theft behind the net as the
Hurricanes somehow win game one 5-to-4.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Two twins from North Dakota are


set to tackle the world on their own.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Rochester, MN

Six month old conjoined twins
Abbigail and Isabelle Carlsen, who were
surgically separated last month, were
released from Minnesota's Mayo Clinic


over the weekend.

The sisters had been joined at
the abdomen and the chest.

There were initial health
concerns following the procedure, but
doctors say the girls have improved day
by day and can now eat, breathe, and
even smile.

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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None From Giles County to New York


City...Alicia Sable is making a name
for herself in her big screen debut.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The 26 year-old plays the younger


sister role of Goldie in the movie "The
Notorious Bettie Page."

The movie was filmed two years
ago and originally slated for H-B-O as
a made for T-V movie, but Picture House
bought the film and released it to
theaters on a limited basis.Her parents
say this has been Alicia's dream since
she was a young girl.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
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INQ=The first time




*CG 2line David Sable
Father DAVID SABLE, FATHER

01:35:49 THE FIRST TIME I SAW HER ON A
TV COMMERCIAL..I WAS LIKE WOW THAT IS
AMAZING. THE FIRST TIME I SAW HER IN
AN OFF BROADWAY PLAY AND I WAS LIKE
HOLY MACKRAL. AND THEN TO BE AT A
SCREEN AND TO LOOK UP AND SEE THE WHOLE
SCREEN IS THE FACE OF YOUR DAUGHTER'S
YOU'RE LIKE WOW SO IT WAS KIND OF

AMAZING. :05

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OQ=kind of amazing





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Most recently the movie played at
the Grandin Theatre in Roanoke.

The Lyric in Blacksburg will run
"The Notorious Bettie Page" June 16-th
through the 22-nd.

END BROLL

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