07/19/06

News 7 at Eleven




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CAPTION: Strong Storms

Natasha Cart: Strong storms rip through
the region, tearing off roofs and
displacing families.


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CAPTION: Slowing Down

Robin Standup: The storms are winding
down now. Pictures of the hail from
our viewers coming up.


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Chair Choice

Natasha Cart: He chooses the electric
chair over lethal injection -- what do
Virginian's think?



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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4



CAPTION: Arson?

Natasha Cart: The Bedford Sheriff's
department investigates a possible
arson.



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VO-NAT Strong storms ripped through our


viewing area this evening....tearing
the roof off of the Virginia Museum of
Transportation, a downed tree leaving a
family temporarily homeless....really
creating quite a mess throughout.....

More than 12-thousand Appalachian
Power customers are without power
statewide -- fifty five hundred of
those in the Roanoke Valley.

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


Ryan. Thanks for joining us tonight....
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GRAPHIC=Severe Storms In 1985, the Transportation


Museum was destroyed in Wasena Park

after flooding.

Then this evening- a storm ripped
the roof off its newest structure in
downtown Roanoke.

Susan Bahorich has this story.

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*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Tom Cox & Roy Bucher
Museum Board Members
08
*CG 2line Ralph Tartaglia
Asst. Chief Roanoke Fire - EMS
:35
*CG 2line Bob Dills
VA Museum of Transportation Director
1:07
*CG standup Susan Bahorich
sbahorich@wdbj7.com
1:18

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This museum usually showcases anything
in the field of transportation, but
Wednesday night it was exhibit of what
damaging winds can do.



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TOM COX & ROY BUCHER. TOM: THE ROOFING
STRUCTURE OVER EAST END OF THE BUILDING
DESTROYED. ROY:WE JUST PUT THE ROOFING
STRUCTURE ON LAST YEAR TO THE TUNE OF
250-THOUSAND DOLLARS. (39)

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Just before 6 o'clock- the storm with
recorded winds of up to 50-miles per
hour- swept through downtown.



It peeled back the roof, picked up an
air conditioning unit and even hit the
neighboring Roanoke Times- before
coming to rest in the parking lot
between the two structures.



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ASST. CHIEF RALPH TARTAGLIA, ROANOKE
FIRE-EMS: THE BIGGEST PROBLEM WHEN WE

GOT HERE, INITIAL REPORTS THAT PEOPLE
WERE TRAPPED. (52) IMMENSE ODOR OF
NATURAL GAS IN THE AREA. (56)

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Roanoke Gas came in and turned off a
gas line which had been severe during
the storm.



Then crews turned their efforts inside
- moving exhibits and pictures to
*dryer* ground and covering what was
left in case of another round of rain.



It could be a couple of months before
the museum reopens costing it
desperately needed venue.

But the director says there is a silver
lining...



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BOB DILLS, DIRECTOR VMT: OF ALL OUR
GALLERIES THAT'S ONE THAT WE WERE
WAITING TO START A MAJOR RENOVATION.
SO SOME THINGS WERE ACTUALLY OUT OF
THERE AND THE PLANES THAT ARE IN THERE
ARE MADE TO WITHSTAND THE ELEMENTS.
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SUSAN BAHORICH, REPORTING: MUSEUM
DIRECTOR BOB DILLS SAYS THERE'S NO WORD
ON JUST HOW MUCH DAMAGE WAS CAUSED BY
THE STORM. HE SAYS THEY WILL ASSESS THE
CURRENT DAMAGE, LET THINGS DRY OUT AND
THEN ASSESS AGAIN. SB, N7, ROANOKE.
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VO-NAT As Susan said, the Roanoke Times


did sustain some damage -- enough that
the paper MAY be late tomorrow morning.

Crews just finished repairing the
press moments ago. A spokeswoman says
she's not sure if the paper will be
late, or when it might be delivered if
it is late.

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GRAPHIC=Hold The storm also caused widespread


damage in the nearby Gainsboro
neighborhood.

High winds knocked down trees
and power lines, and left at least one
family looking for another place to
stay.

Joe Dashiell has that story.

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*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Richelle Williams
:11


*CG 2line Bobbie Slayton
Roanoke Fire EMS Department
:34
*CG 2line Josephus Johnson-Koroma
:49


*CG reporter Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com
1:02






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OQ=JD News 7 Roanoke < (END SOT) Williams' window, the glass now


littering the yard.

Williams and her friend Cathy
Davis say the storm delivered a one-
two punch on Cherry Avenue.

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OQ=no window. The storm left its mark on other


streets as well.

trees limbs behind a building on Centre
Avenue, a gaping hole in the roof of a
roofing company on Shenandoah.

Fire and EMS crews were busy.

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OQ=each others territory. And on Fairfax Avenue, the storm


uprooted a large tree, and displaced
five people from their home.


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OQ=on the house you know. As the storm passed, Joe


Johnson-Koroma packed his bags and
counted his blessings, thankful that no
one in his family was hurt.

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GRAPHIC=Fire The Bedford Sheriff's Department


is trying to figure out whether someone
intentionally set a house on fire
today.

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*CG locator Bedford Co.

The fire broke out just before
five at this home on Meadors Spur Road.

When the call first came in,
firefighters were told there could be a
meth lab inside so haz mat crews were
called out.

It was quickly determined there
were no hazard materials inside.

The Fire Chief says the fire
started in the kitchen. An
investigator with the Sheriff's

Department says this could be arson.

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GRAPHIC=None Roanoke City Councilman Bev


Fitzpatrick is on track to become the
next director of the Transportation
Museum.

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VO-NAT The 59-year old retired Public


Television executive and former banker
has been named Administrative
Consultant at the Museum.

He started work last Thursday.

The president of the Museum Board
points out Fitzpatrick has experience
in public administration, works well
with people and knows how to treat
customers.

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*CG 2line Tom Cox
Museum Board Chairman SUPER: Tom Cox/Museum Board Chairman

YOU NEED TO GIVE THEM SOMETHING OF
VALUE. AND BEV TENDS TO THINK THAT WAY,

AND HE'S WORKED THAT WAY THROUGHOUT HIS
LIFE.

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Ultimately- -if all goes as
planned- -Fitzpatrick will take the
place of the current director, Bob
Dills, early next year.

The 62-year old Tazewell native
has already said he intends to leave
the museum at the end of this year.

Dills may continue to work for
the museum as a consultant.

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GRAPHIC=VA ELECTRIC CHAIR The state is preparing to use the


electric chair for the first time in
more than three years.

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VO-NAT 27- year- old Brandon Hedrick is



set to be put to death tomorrow *CG locator Appomattox Co. for the 1997 abduction, rape and murder 1997 of Lisa Crider.

*CG locator Richmond Hedrick chose the electric chair over 1991 lethal injection- becoming just the
fourth person to do so since lethal
injection was adopted in Virginia 11-
years ago.

*CG locator Salem The last person to choose the chair was 1994 Vinton murderer Earl Bramblett, who was
put to death for the 1994 slaying of
the Hodges family.

The state has been using the same
homemade- oak electric- chair for
nearly 100- years.

More modern electrical controls
were installed during the early 90's.

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GRAPHIC=SURVEY USA Now, the electric chair is no longer


a common form of execution in most
states...so what do you think about the
use of the electric chair here in our
state?


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Justin McLeod is here now with the
results of a News 7 SurveyUSA poll done
tonight. Justin, first off, how many
states even still use the electric
chair?

Natasha, our research shows just five
states still use it with contentions in
a few other states.

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*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com It seems most Virginians support the
death penalty and the use of the
electric chair.

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VO-NAT Of the 500 adults surveyed tonight,


more than three quarters told us they
support the death penalty, 20-percent
oppose it, three percent say they're
not sure.

When asked if lethal injection is
cruel and unusual punishment 78-percent
told us it is not, nearly a quarter say
it is.

As for whether the electric chair is
cruel and unusual punishment, more than
half say it is NOT, but 39-percent say

it is.

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Since 1995, Virginia's death row
inmates have been given the choice of
death by lethal injection or
electrocution.

As we mentioned Hedrick chose the
chair, and if his sentence is carried
out

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Natasha, he'll become just the fourth
person to make that decision.

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GRAPHIC=None It's a summer learning program -


the V.M.I. way - and it's celebrating
20 years.

Hundreds of young men have been
challenged over those years, and as
Alex Lawson reports, many now have
brighter futures.

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*CG 2line Justin Little
Pulaski
:15


*CG 2line Jose Antonio Roman
Portland, Maine
:35


*CG standup Alex Lawson
alawson@wdbj7.com
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*CG 2line Ronald Abbit
Executive Director, COW
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OQ=...and watching tv." But instead of doing that, Justin


Little of Pulaski is spending part of
his summer in the classroom, learning
better study skills.

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TEST LIKE IF THE TEST WAS ON MONDAY,
I'D PROBABLY STUDY MONDAY MORNING.
INSTEAD OF THE WEEKS AHEAD AND
PREPARING MYSELF.27:52

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OQ=..preparing myself." Little is one of more than 20 young men


in this year's Collge Orientation
Workshop.

It provides disadvantaged teens with
opportunities they might NOT have in
their hometown.


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FAMILY HAS BEEN TO COLLEGE. I'M THE
FIRST ONE WHO ACTUALLY WANTS TO GO, SO
I NEEDED EVERY LITTLE SUPPORT I
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DAY REALLY EARLY IN THE MORNING ABOUT
FIVE O'CLOCK, WITH SOME SORT OF
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. WHETHER IT'S RUNNING
OR GOING UP AN OBSTACLE COURSE."37:14

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Program leaders hope if these teens
push themselves physically and
mentally, they'll push themselves in
the classroom.

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TIME, BETTER STUDY SKILLS AND LEARN HOW
TO KEEP MY BODY RIGHT.27:31"

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WE TELL THEM TO GO OUT LEARN THINGS
HERE AND GO BACK TO YOUR COMMUNITIES
AND A BE A POSITIVE FORCE IN YOUR
COMMUNITIES."35:16

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OQ=....in your communities." Now they can return to their


communities, with a better vision of
their futures.

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THIS PROGRAMS I WAS A YOUNG MAN. NOW
THAT I CAME THROUGH IT, I CONSIDER
MYSELF A MAN.28:44

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OQ=...AL, News 7, Lexington." with more opportunity.



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The one person dead from a carbon
monoxide leak at Roanoke College is
laid to rest.

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*CG tease REMEMBERING

Friends and family gathered to

remember Walter Vierling -- a long time
pastor from Giles County.
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The Senate is four votes short of
what it needs to override the
president's first veto.

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*CG tease STEMMING RESEARCH

The shortage effectively blocks
any chance of expanding stem cell
research. The story coming up.
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*CG tease AHEAD IN SPORTS

Hey folks Mike Stevens back in
the News 7 Sports office as the trouble
continues at Duke - this time for the
football team.

Coach K and team USA open
workouts in Vegas without JJ.

And Dot Bolling is closing in on
her 9th City County golf title.

All that and more is coming up -
on the Big 7.

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GRAPHIC=Walter Vierling Funeral services were held today


for the man who died in last week's
carbon monoxide poisoning in Salem.

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*CG locator Pearisburg

Dozens gathered at the First
United Methodist Church in Pearisburg
to say goodbye to Walter Vierling.

Vierling was a longtime pastor in
Giles County.

Friends say he remained very
active in the community and continued
to head services from time to time.

Walter Vierling was 91.

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GRAPHIC=None Salem investigators confirm a


natural gas-fed water heater was the
source of the deadly carbon monoxide
leak at Roanoke College.

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*CG locator Salem

Friday As we said, retired minister :00 Walter Vierling died, and more than one
hundred other people were treated at
local hospitals after they were exposed
to high levels of the gas in the
Sections Residence Hall.

Investigators believe the
exposure developed over a period of 12
to 24 hours, because some people said
they started feeling ill the night
before the leak was discovered.

The heater system was last
inspected in October of last year, and
authorities say it did have a valid
permit from the state.

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GRAPHIC=ISRAEL/LEBANON After a turbulent week many


Americans are grateful to be on safe
ground.

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*CG locator Larnaca, Cyprus

Americans stuck in Lebanon are
escaping by boat after the violent

attacks in the Middle East.

Israel in the meantime, has
increased its attacks against hezbollah
with air strikes and battles on the
ground along the Lebonese and Israeli
border.

Hezbollah has also continued
firing rockets while hitting the
Israeli-Arab town of Nazareth.

The state department has issued a
travel warning to Americans thinking
about going to Israel.

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GRAPHIC=NONE In a bitter debate that has


divided the Republican party, President
Bush has made his final decision in

Stem Cell Research.

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VO-NAT Today, the President vetoed a


bill to allow expanded stem cell
research.

Yesterday, the Senate disregarded
the President and sided with stem cell
research supporters.

However, the Senate vote was
four short of the two-thirds needed to
override the veto.


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GRAPHIC=NONE Tonight, we have home video of the


cruise ship that rolled over on its
side..

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Off Port Canaveral, FL

You can see everything that wasn't
nailed down either ended up on the deck
or against the walls.

The US Coast guard says the initial
investigation shows the ship leaned at

a 15 degree angle before slowly coming
back up, the result of a steering
problem.

Up to 101 passengers aboard the
Princess Cruise Lines Ship were hurt,
two seriously....

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GRAPHIC=NONE More bad news at Duke tonight -


plus team USA beins practice, the
women's city-county has wrapped up its
first two rounds of play, and we'll
check out some of today's baseball, as

well.

Right after we run through some
of tonight's scores.

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*CG carolina 4
Salem
8


Potomac
1






Winston-Salem




Lynchburg




Postponed By Rain


*CG appal 4
Bluefield
5



Pulaski
4




4
Danville
8


Bristol
5


*CG mlbal 4
Boston
1


Kansas City
0




4
Seattle
3


New York
2


*CG mlbal 4
Oakland
5



Baltimore
1




4
Detroit
5


Chicago
2


*CG mlbnl 4
Florida
1


Washington
0






Atlanta
1


St. Louis
4
3

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GRAPHIC=DUKE We begin tonight with more bad


news out of Duke University.

There's word that Zack Asack, the
starting quarterback for the football
team has been suspended for the
upcoming season for plagiarism. Asack
was the first freshman to start at
quarterback for Duke in 21 seasons.

Three other players, Deon Adams,
Andreas Platt and Joe Suder were kicked
off the team for other reasons.

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*CG locator Las Vegas, NV

Meanwhile, 3000 thousand miles
away in the desert Mike Krzyzewski was
putting Team USA through its first
worlouts in Las Vegas.

23 players are in camp and
eventually this group will be whittled

down to a doezn players who will
represent the USA in the next olympic
games.

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GRAPHIC=USA HOOPS J.J. Redick, Kobe Bryant, Paul


Pierce and Lamar Odom were picked for
the team, but are not participating in
the camp due to various injuries.
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GRAPHIC=AVS The Salem Avalanche is in the


midst of a seven game road swing and
this afternoon Salem beat Potomac
8-to-1 for the team's 10th straight
road win.

That's an all-time franchise
record - dating back in 1999 when the
team won 8 in a row.

Salem is now just a game and a
half behind first place Myrtle Beach.

The team does not return home to
Salem Memorial until Monday, July 24th.
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GRAPHIC=REDSOX Eigfht games were on the Major


League schedule this afternoon and
already the Orioles and Nationals have
been beaten today.

As for the hottest pennant race
in the baseball - the AL East

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Boston, MA
NESN Boston beat Kansas City for the
second time in less than 24 hours by a
1-to-nothing score.

Manny Ramirez belted his 25th
homer and Josh Beckett scattered four
hits over eight innings as the Boston
Red Sox shut out KC 1-to-0. *CG final Kansas City
0 It's the second straight game the Boston Royals have managed just one hit. 1 Boston has now won 3 in a row.




MLB



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GRAPHIC=YANKEES Meanwhile, the Yankees' five game


winning streak was snapped today as
they fell a game an half behind the Red
Sox.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator New York, NY
YES Tied at 2-all in the eighth, this :00 sacrifice fly by Raul Ibanez drove in
Ichiro Suzuki with the go-ahead run and
Seattle beat the New York Yankees
3-to-2. Randy Johnson suffered his 8th
loss of the *CG final Seattle season to fall to 10 and 8 on the 3 year.
New York
2




MLB



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GRAPHIC=ORIOLES The Orioles and A's hooked up at



Camden Yards in Baltimore this
afternoon and it was more of the same
for the struggling O's.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Baltimore, MD
:00 The Orioles dropped their second
straight game, as they wrapped up thier
seven-game homestand on a downer.
Starter Kris Benson lost his fourth
straight game, giving up three home *CG final Oakland runs in six innings. Frank Thomas his 5 a 400 foot bomb to give Barry Zito Baltimore plenty of run support as he allowed 1 just one earned run and won his 10th
game of the season.


MLB



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GRAPHIC=CITY/COUNTY The women's City-County golf


tournament is now down to just 18 holes
of play.

And Grant Kittelson says it's

going to take a major collapse for
someone to catch Dot Bolling - who is
closing in on her 9th tournament title.

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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Dot Bolling
8-time City County Champion
:20
*CG 2line Cathi Carter
Shot 73 in Second Round
:40

(QUICK)




*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
1:15

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OQ=...NEWS 7 SPORTS << Dot Bolling began the second
(END SOT) round of the Women's City County with 2


stroke lead over second place.

She quickly extended that lead by
shooting a 32 on the frontside of
countryside good for 4 under par on her
round.

Dot ran into a few problems on

the back 9 but nothing major as she was
1 under par for the day and a 2 day
total of 144.

(DOT BITE:)

Her closest competition going
into the final round is Cathi Carter
who shot a 73 which is 2 over par.
Carter made a number of clutch Par
Putts to keep her round going. She
trails dot by 7 strokes after 2 rounds.

(CARTER BITE:)

One of the more impressive rounds
belonged to Fay Stewart she won the
Super Senior Division on Tuesday with
an 84. Showing things only get better
with age by shooting a sterling 76 in
Round 2

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ANCHOR=MIKE




*CG locator women's City-County
Last Year One thing for sure is that a new

champion will be crowned tomorrow.

This young lady - JMU grad Meg
Davies won the City-County last year,
but didn't play this year because she
was on her honeymoon.

Meg and another of valley's top
golfers - Scott Wise - were married on
July 8th in Roanoke.

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GRAPHIC=BRITISH OPEN The British Open - the third


major of the year - begins tomorrow at
a venue that is unfamiliar to fans as
well as the players.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Hoylake, England
:00 This year's tournament is being
played at the Royal Liverpool course.
And as you can see because of the
weather in extremely dry weather in
Great Britain, the course which is
northwets of England is extremely
parched.

Usually, every British Open is

cold and rainy, but this year things
will be much different.

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GRAPHIC=NONE He made history decades ago when he


became the first black major league
baseball coach...now he's doing it
again.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Wyandotte Co., KS

Most likely becoming the oldest
minor league player. 94-year-old John
"Buck" O'neil signed a one day contract
with the Kansas City T-Bones to play in
the minor league all star game.

He was allowed one at-bat for each
team, intentionally walking him each
time.


After being denied a spot in the
Baseball Hall of Fame in May, his
supporters hope this will help him
become a member.

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