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NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHU
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A Roanoke judge offers his view of the proceedings just completed in L-A.
Registrars already thinking about making it easier to register to vote.
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And a soccer pro tutoring some aspiring world cup contestants at Ben Franklin Middle School.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports head
GRAPHIC=NONE


Tonight in sports, it's game two this evening for the players in Major League baseball's divisional playoffs.
Roy Stanley takes us to North Carolina to check on the Roanoke Express' training camp.
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And heavy rains in the Charlotte area today have washed out tonight's scheduled time trials for Sunday's Winston Cup event.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
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We won't take a direct hit but Opal will bring a world of problems to central and southwest Virginia. The latest view coming up.

React-Simpson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#95-71
GRAPHIC=Simpson


The O.J. Simpson trial is over-- but many questions still remain.
One question involves the effect of the Simpson trial on race relations--we'll be looking at that.
Another issue: the role cameras in the courtroom played in how the trial was handled.
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SOT 16:11:41
IN Q=It got to

((JUDGE RICHARD PATTISAL/ROANOKE CIRCUIT COURT: IT GOT TO THE POINT WHERE IT REPLACED THE SOAP OPERAS ON T-V. THIS BECAME THE PREMIERE SOAP OPERA.))
SUPER=01-Judge Richard Pattisal/Roanoke Circuit Court;
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=premiere soap opera
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Pattisal is one judge who believes the camera in the L-A courtroom was detrimental
SUPER=03-Los Angeles/Yesterday;

to the Simpson case.
Pattisal also believes the nine- month trial would have been shorter had the public not been allowed to watch the proceedings.
And while he acknowledges the public's right to know-- Pattisal says the court's first obligation is to see that justice is served.
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SOT 16:16:18
IN Q=It's not hidden

((IT'S NOT HIDDEN. NOBODY'S TRYING TO FOOL ANYONE. BUT YOU DO HAVE TO SAFEGUARD THE PROCEEDINGS AND THE DECORUM OF THE PROCEEDINGS.))
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OUT Q=DECORUM OF THE PROCEEDINGS
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Pattisal says the Simpson case will have a definite effect on the future of cameras in federal court.
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SOT 16:17:33
IN Q=I understand that

((I UNDERSTAND THAT AFTER THIS EVENT THAT PROBABLY WHAT LITTLE SENTIMENT THERE WAS FOR A PILOT PROJECT TO HAVE CAMERAS IN FEDERAL COURT HAS BEEN ABANDONED.))
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OUT Q=BEEN ABANDONED
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Pattisal says Virginia's pool system for cameras in the courtroom appears less obtrusive than the T-V coverage in Los Angeles.

Race-Simpson


ANCHOR=khu
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#95-70
GRAPHIC=NONE


From Rodney King to Mark Furhman, the past 3 years have been filled with racial turmoil in Los Angeles, especially when the city's police department is involved.
But is it a problem strictly affecting Southern California?
Scott Prince went to a Roanoke neighborhood to get some opinions.
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IN Q=Los Angeles
SUPER=03-Los Angeles/File Tape;:00
SUPER=03-Roanoke;:09
SUPER=07-Robert Crowder;:13
SUPER=07-Johnathon Jordan;:30
SUPER=19-Scott Prince/Reporting;:43
SUPER=01-Evelyn Bethel/Historic Gainsboro;:52
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OUT Q=Scott Prince, News7


(( Los Angeles is about 3,000 miles away, but the problems affecting Southern California are more like light years away.
That's what many residents in Northwest Roanoke say when asked about racism and the police department.
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SOT 12:40:48
IN Q=The police

((ROBERT CROWDER/ROANOKE RESIDENT: THE POLICE FORCE IS NOT ALL THAT BAD. THEY'RE NOT PERFECT. I ENCOURAGE MY KIDS TO BELIEVE IN THE BLUE AND WHITE. ))
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OUT Q=blue and white


Even Johnathon Jordan, whose had run-ins with the law, has good things to say about police and the justice system here in Southwest Virginia.
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SOT 12:12:15
IN Q= They're good

((JOHNATHON JORDAN/ROANOKE RESIDENT: THEY'RE GOOD PEOPLE. THEY GOT ME OUT OF TROUBLE. I'M LIKE O.J. I'VE GOT ACQUITTED MORE TIMES THAN I'VE BEEN IN JAIL. DO YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT I'M SAYING? ))
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OUT Q= I'm saying?


Police officers here say they're just doing their job, and they try to block out the issue of race while on patrol.
Some community leaders believe they do a pretty good job of that, and their efforts don't go unnoticed.
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SOT 15:01:57
IN Q=Our city officials

((EVELYN BETHEL/HISTORIC GAINSBORO PRESERVATION DIST.: OUR CITY OFFICIALS, MOST OF THE TIME, DO A TREMENDOUS JOB COMMUNICATING WITH THE PEOPLE TO TRY AND FIND OUT WHAT THE PROBLEM IS. ))
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OUT Q=problem is


Bethel and other African Americans in Southwest Virginia hope the situation here can carry over to the west coast, instead of having the racial turmoil in Los Angeles filter to the rest of the nation.
Scott Prince, News7.))

Monty-Simpson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#95-78
GRAPHIC=NONE


Blacksburg has seen a different attitude of late.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg/August 9;


Some residents claim police were too quick to shoot down a black man they were serving warrants on.
The man had pulled what turned out to be a B-B gun.
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.;


The chairman of the Montgomery County Council on Human Relations says that incident, combined with others such as the Simpson trial has made some LOCAL African Americans distrustful of police.
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SOT 16:15:17
IN Q=

((OSCAR WILLIAMS/MONT. CO. COUNCIL ON HUMAN RELATIONS: POLICE DEPARTMENTS ALL OVER THIS COUNTRY OUGHT TO BE SCRAMBLING TO FIND AND SET UP A LOCAL ORDINARY CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL OR ADVISORY BOARD FOR THE PROBLEM THAT WE SEE IN THE AFTERMATH OF THIS SHOOTING, THE GREAT DIVIDE. ))
SUPER=01-Oscar Williams/Council on Human Relations;
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OUT Q=the great divide.
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Blacksburg Chief Bill Brown says while blacks and whites may be divided on the issues, they may still have confidence in their local police.
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SOT 15:34:26
IN Q=

((BILL BROWN/BLACKSBURG POLICE CHIEF: I JUST HOPE PEOPLE DON'T PAINT TOTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT WITH THE MARK FUHRMAN PAINTBRUSH. ))
SUPER=01-Bill Brown/Blacksburg Police Chief;
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OUT Q=paintbrush.
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VO-NAT


As for the Blacksburg shooting, the Floyd County prosecutor will decide whether the officers involved acted properly, and the F-B-I is conducting a civil rights investigation.
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Motor-Voter


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#95-84
GRAPHIC=State Seal


Governor Allen's challenge to the "Motor Voter" law failed yesterday in federal court.
Now the state must move ahead with plans to register voters at the Department of Motor Vehicles, other public offices and by mail.
Joe Dashiell reports on the changes ahead.
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IN Q=Roanoke registrar
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=01-Shelva Painter/Roanoke Registrar; :09
SUPER=01-Al Wilson/Roanoke Democratic Chairman; :31
SUPER=01-Gilbert Butler/Board of Elections; :50
SUPER=@Joe2; 1:03
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OUT Q=JD News 7


((Roanoke registrar Shelva Painter is still signing up voters the old- fashioned way, but within six months the system is in for some major changes.
SOT PAINTER 10:25:57
IN Q=So now you'll be able to pick

((SHELVA PAINTER/ROANOKE REGISTRAR: SO NOW YOU'LL BE ABLE TO PICK UP A POST CARD AND SEND IT IN. YOU WILL BE REGISTERING AT THE D-M-V AND OTHER SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES, SO IT'S GOING TO BE QUITE DIFFERENT.))
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OUT Q=to be quite different.


More than 75- thousand Roanokers are old enough to vote, but only 39- thousand have actually registered.
By allowing citizens to sign up in public offices and by mail, officials hope to improve those numbers significantly.
SOT WILSON 12:26:25
IN Q=I was glad to see the voters

((AL WILSON/ROANOKE DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN: I WAS GLAD TO SEE THE VOTERS OF VIRGINIA APPROVE IT LAST YEAR AND HOPEFULLY WITH THIS RECENT COURT DECISION IT WILL BE IMPLEMENTED BEFORE TOO LONG.))
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OUT Q=before too long.


Governor Allen says he fears an increase in fraud.
Gilbert Butler, a republican member of the Roanoke Board of elections sees a pile of paperwork and additional expense.
SOT BUTLER 10:45:51
IN Q=It's just a huge

((GILBERT BUTLER/ROANOKE BOARD OF ELECTIONS: IT'S JUST A HUGE AMOUNT OF PAPERWORK, OF TIME CONSUMPTION, HOURS, ETC, THAT THE TAXPAYERS OF VIRGINIA ARE GOING TO HAVE TO PAY FOR BECAUSE OF THIS FEDERAL LAW. IT'S JUST ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF FEDERAL INTERVENTION ON THE STATE AND LOCAL LEVEL.))
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OUT Q=and local level.


Painter says her office will adjust to the changes, but ultimately the biggest challenge may be getting the city's newest voters to the polls on election day.
Joe Dashiell News 7))
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Still ahead on the broadcast, we'll tell you what has Bell Atlantic retirees so worried they'll protest in the rain,
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and we'll check in with the Jefferson National forest to see how that area is coming back from last April's forest fires.
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Bell-Atlantic


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#95-67
GRAPHIC=Bell Atlantic


Some Bell Atlantic retirees braved the rain to express their displeasure with the phone company's contract offer to union workers.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The retirees took part in an informational demonstration, saying Bell Atlantic wants to cut their health- care benefits.
This has people such as Fred Turner fuming, because he decided to take a voluntary retirement offer three years ago.
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SOT 09:49:59
IN Q=One of the

((FRED TURNER/FORMER BELL ATLANTIC EMPLOYEE: ONE OF THE DECIDING FACTORS WHEN I LEFT WAS THE FACT THAT I COULD TAKE MY HEALTH CARE BENEFITS WITH ME AND THAT THEY WOULD BE THERE FOR ME. AND WE'RE AT THAT TIME IN THE POINT OF OUR LIVES WHEN HEALTH CARE BENEFITS ARE A BIG THING TO US.))
SUPER=01-Fred Turner/Former Bell Atlantic Employee;
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OUT Q=a big thing to us.
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Bell Atlantic contends the Communications Workers of America agreed to have their retirees make health care co-payments during contract negotiations in 1989 and 1992.
It says the offer regarding their health care benefits is more generous this time around.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=HOLD


Union workers at Bell Atlantic have now gone two months without a new contract.
The issues at the core of the dispute are pay raises and job security.

Thyroid


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#95-73
GRAPHIC=Health Care


Millions of people-- mostly women-- are suffering from thyroid disease.
As Health Check's Connie Stevens explains, since the thyroid produces an important hormone, there can be serious complications.
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IN Q= The most common
SUPER=01-Dr. Jim Bailey/Endocrinologist; :00
SUPER=03-Gretna; :29
SUPER=01-Shirley Tucker/Overactive-Thryoid Patient; :36
SUPER=01-Shirley Moore/Underactive-Thryoid Patient; :43
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((
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IN Q=The most common

((THE MOST COMMON THYROID DISORDER IS AN UNDERACTIVE THYROID. IT'S VERY PREVALENT, IT EXISTS IN ONE PERCENT OF THE FEMALE POPULATION-- TO AS MANY AS FIVE PERCENT OF FEMALES AND THE PREVALENCE INCREASES WITH AGE. ))
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OUT Q=with age.


Underactive thyroid levels are known as hypo-thyroid.
An overactive thyroid is called HYPER-thyroid.
The thyroid gland is located just below the Adam's Apple.
Shirley Tucker, and her sister in law-Shirley Moore, cover the gamut of symptoms.
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SOT 10:47:48
IN Q=I didn't have

((SHIRLEY TUCKER/OVERACTIVE THYROID PATIENT:I DIDN'T HAVE ANY APPETITE AT ALL. I'D GO ALL DAY AND NOT EAT ANYTHING. MOST OF THE TIME I DIDN'T EAT ANYTHING BEFORE I WENT TO BED, EITHER. ))
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OUT Q=to bed, either.

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SOT 10:53:53
IN Q=It blurs

((SHIRLEY MOORE/UNDERACTIVE THYROID PATIENT:IT BLURS YOUR VISION, YOUR SKIN GETS REAL DRY AND COURSE, AND YOU CAN'T DO ANYTHING WITH YOUR HAIR, THAT GETS DRY AND BRITTLE. ))
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OUT Q=and brittle.


With thyroid disease, mood swings and weight changes are also common, along with intestinal trouble, heat or cold intolerance, changes in heart rate, and menstrual periods-- all depending on the form of thyroid disease.
It's diagnosed with a blood test, and the treatment is a synthetic form of hormone-- often very effective.
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SOT 13:07:35
IN Q=Really it's

((REALLY IT'S A GOOD TREATMENT. I'M NOT SURE THAT WE'RE GOING TO MAKE ANY SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENTS ON THAT TREATMENT BECAUSE THE SYNTHETIC FORMS OF THYROID HORMONE ARE ESSENTIALLY INDISTINGUISHABLE FROM THE THYROID HORMONE THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN MANUFACTURED BY THE PATIENT'S THYROID.))
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OUT Q=patient's thyroid.


And for some patients, such as Shirley Tucker and Shirley Moore, diagnosing and treating the condition can relieve some serious symptoms.
Connie Stevens, News 7.

Jefferson-Forest


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=bmy
TAPE#95-72
GRAPHIC=NONE


The threat of forest fires brings with it thoughts of blackened trees, smoldering leaves and a lifeless area.
But that's not necessarily so, according to forestry officials.
Beth Myer reports signs of new life are sprouting where fire destroyed more than five- thousand acres in Craig Co. last April.
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IN Q=This is the fire
SUPER=03-Craig Co./April 10;:00
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SUPER=01-Steve Croy/Forest Ecologist;:32
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OUT Q=Beth Myer, News 7.


((video is file 95-21 "forest fires"
Fire consumed thousands of acres of the Jefferson National Forest in April. It took firefighters days to contain the fires that spread throughout Craig County.
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11 16 22 00 - 11 16 36 00
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IN Q=This looks like

((BETH MYER: THIS LOOKS LIKE A SIMPLE PATH IN THE WOODS BUT IT'S ACTUALLY A FIRE LINE. FIRE CREWS DUG THIS LINE BY HAND. IF YOU LOOK UP THE HILL YOU CAN SEE HOW THE FOREST IS COMING BACK TO LIFE IN A PLACE THAT ACTUALLY BURNED.))
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OUT Q=actually burned.

Ecologist Steve Croy is carefully watching selected areas to see which plant and animal life is returning.
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10 00 57 00 - 10 01 15 00
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IN Q=In all cases

((STEVE CROY/FOREST ECOLOGIST: IN ALL CASES IT'S WHAT WE GENERALLY EXPECTED. WE ARE SEEING PINES ESPECIALLY TABLE MOUNTAIN PINES IN THE AREAS. THERE ARE A NUMBER OF SEEDLINGS OF THAT PARTICULAR PINE SPECIES. ))
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OUT Q=particular pine species.


Pine cones from this pine tree crack open when heated by fire. The seeds germinate quickly once they fall into a burned area. These spring seedlings are already 4 to 6-inches tall.
In the places where even the tree canopy burned, tree tops look barren. Still, these dead trees are full of life.
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IN Q=The trees was

((STEVE CROY/FOREST ECOLOGIST: THE TREE WAS KILLED BY THE FIRE, BUT THE WOODPECKERS HAVE BEEN BUSY, BARK BEETLES LIVING IN THE BARK. WOODPECKERS ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THESE DEAD TREES FEEDING ON BEETLES AND INSECTS FOR THE WINTER.))
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OUT Q=for the winter.


Croy says that in areas where just the understory of growth burned, it will take about five years for the forest to look it as once did.
Beth Myer, News 7.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=agi
TAPE#=
GRAPHIC=NONE


Fears over a weak third quarter continued to force the stock markets lower today.
Nasdaq lost nearly 18 points.
The DOW dropped nine points to close at 47-hundred-40.
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Soccer-Camp


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=bmy
TAPE#95-75
GRAPHIC=NONE


Middle school students got a "kick" out of soccer today when a pro demonstrated drills during gym class.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Rocky Mount;


Dustin Fonder plays for the Roanoke RiverDawgs. He spent the day teaching soccer skills to students at Ben Franklin Middle School in Rocky Mount.
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IN Q=We learned how

((KELLEY SLOAN/7TH GRADER: WE LEARNED HOW TO DRIBBLE, PASS THE BALL, AND THINGS TO HELP US DURING SOCCER.))
SUPER=01-Kelley Sloan/7th Grader;
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OUT Q=us during soccer.
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This is the first time a professional athlete has come to teach a sport at Ben Franklin.
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SOT
IN Q=FOr me, it feels

((DUSTIN FONDER/PROFESSIONAL SOCCER PLAYER: FOR ME IT FEELS FUNNY BECAUSE YOU'RE NOT A MEGA STAR, YOU'RE JUST A LOCAL SOCCER PLAYER. BUT THEY LOOK AT YOU LIKE YOU'RE A REALLY GREAT PLAYER. YOU HAVE TO LET THEM KNOW YOU'RE A REGULAR PERSON HERE TO SHOW THEM A FEW THINGS.))
SUPER=01-Dustin Fonder/Roanoke RiverDawgs;
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OUT Q= a few things.
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Teachers say they are trying to include more life- time sports in their curriculum. They say getting a pro to teach for a day enhances the classroom experience.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


The rain washes out tonight's qualifying at Charlotte.
The MLB divisional playoffs resume tonight.
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And we'll step out of the rain an onto the ice, as Roy Stanley takes up down into North Carolina for a training campo report on the Roanoke Express.
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S-Nascar


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-30
GRAPHIC=CHARLOTTE


Hurricane Opal has washed out tonight's Winston Cup Qualifying at Charlotte.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Concord, NC/This Afternoon; :00


Several teams tried to test the water, but they soon found themselves running for cover.
When the rain stops, defending race champ Dale Jarrett hopes to improve on his qualifying effort from a year ago when he started 22nd.
Yesterday I asked him THE likelihood of working his way through the field to win again.
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SOT
IN Q="I'd like....

((DALE JARRETT/UAW GM 500 DEFENDING RACE CHAMP:))
SUPER=01-Dale Jarrett/UAW GM 500 Defending Race Champ; :00
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=...IT TAKE TO WIN.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#ICE-95
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Express


Last season the lack of speed may have cost the Roanoke Express in its playoff series with Richmond.
Well, The Express has several players in training camp that could improve team speed.
Roy Stanley has more.
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IN Q=First audio
SUPER=03-Hillsborough, NC; :00
SUPER=01-Jeff Jestadt/Express Left Wing; :18
SUPER=01-Jason Clarke/Express Right Wing; :38
SUPER=01-Frank Anzalone/Express Head Coach; 1:02
SUPER=@Roy1; 1:22
RUNS=1:35
OUT Q=......news 7 sports."
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S-AL


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-22
GRAPHIC=YANKS/MARINERS


The Major league baseball divisional playoffs resume tonight with the Yankees looking to make it two in a row over the Mariners.
Last night the Yanks beat the Mariners 9-to-6.
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SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/Last Night - NBC; :00


The other American League divisional playoff game didn't end until after 2 AM, when Tony Pena hit this two out homer in the bottom of the 13th to give the Indians a five to four win over the Redsox.
But the game was not without controversy. The Redsox took Albert Belle's bat claming again that it is corked.
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IN Q="You know...

((ALBERT BELLE/INDIANS OUTFIELDER:))
SUPER=01-Albert Belle/Indians Outfielder; :00
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OUT Q=...TO US."
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S-NL


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-23
GRAPHIC=BRAVES ROCKIES


In the National League, Reds mauled the Dodgers last night, while the Braves were taken to the limit by the Colorado Rockies.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Denver, CO/Last Night - NBC; :00


The Braves needed two homers by rookie Chipper Jones, including this solo shot in the top of the ninth inning that turned out to be the game winner, as the Braves take game one 5-to-4.
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SOT
IN Q="That was...

((BOBBY COX/ATLANTA BRAVES MANAGER:))
SUPER=01-Bobby Cox/Atlanta Braves Manager; :00
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=...as we did."
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S-Rodman


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-21
GRAPHIC=RODMAN


And finally those of you wondering how in the world, wildman Dennis Rodman can play in CHICAGO n the same team with Michael Jordan, do hot fret any longer.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-This Afternoon; :00


The NBA's baddest boy showed up for this interview with his nails painted blue, and the his hair dyed Bulls red with the Chicago Bulls logo in the back of his head.
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