11:59-01

NOON-HEADLINES

ANCHOR=Melanie
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A day after O-J Simpson is set free, his jurors speak to the press.
A federal judge rules on Virginia's Motor voter law.
And from Lousiana to the Florida panhandle, residents are fleeing a category four hurricane.
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ANCHOR=Patrick
SS=None


Opal has become a very dangerous Hurricane, packing winds of 150 miles per hour, and she's slated to come ashore this afternoon.
It will affect our forecast, I'll have all the rainy, windy details.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE


Don't go away. The news is next.

HURRICANE


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Along the Gulf Coast this afternoon tens of thousands are fleeing Hurricane Opal.
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With 150 mile per hour winds Opal is the strongest hurricane to hit the United States in decades.
It's now a category four storm, on the verge of category five, the highest the scale goes.
Opal continues to pick up speed
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and is expected to make landfall near the Florida panhandle or Alabama coast sometime today.
Diana Gonzalez has more on storm preparations in Pensacola, Florida.
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opal


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SUPER=03-Pensacola, FL; :06
SUPER=01-Paula Darling/Resident; :43
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OUT Q= Diana Gonzalez, CBS News, Pensacola, Florida.


((ATTENTION ATTENTION HURRICANE OPAL HAS NOW TURNED INTO A CATEGORY THREE HURRICANE."
Late last night Pensacola police started warning people to get off Santa Rosa island as soon as possible.
Most beach hotels closed their doors and ordered guests to evacuate.
THEY SAID WE HAD TO LEAVE RIGHT NOW SO WE'RE MOVING OUT.
Hurricane Opal is being taken very seriously in Pensacola...an area which took a direct hit from another hurricane this past August.
POLICE: THE STORM THAT CAME THROUGH HERE 2 MONTHS AGO TODAY WAS ONLY A CATEGORY ONE. AND WE SAW ALOT OF DEVASTATING DAMAGE FROM THAT STORM."
Art and Paula Darling have lived on Pensacola Beach for 16 years. they're prepaing their home... hoping it doesn't take another hit.
PAULA DARLING: "WE JUST GOT ALL THIS REMODELLING DONE FROM HURRICANE ERIN. I DON'T WANT TO SEE IT TORN UP AGAIN. BUT AS LONG AS WE'RE SAFE THAT'S ALL THAT MATTERS.
Diana Gonzales, CBS News, Pensacola, Florida.))


Simpson


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
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A number of newspaper polls out today suggest about half of Americans disagree with the verdicts in the O-J Simpson murder trial.
And as Simpson celebrates his new-found freedom, mourners are shedding tears for murder victims Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
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SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA/Last Night;


The National Organization for Women says it ran out of candles for a Los Angeles vigil last night protesting Simpson's acquittal of murder charges.
An estimated 15-hundred showed up at the vigil, chanting "guilty" and "we remember Ron and Nicole."
Meantime jurors are speaking out about the rationale behind the acquittal and about their nine months of sequestration.
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IN Q=

((BRENDA MORAN: I'M HAPPY THAT THE CASE IS FINALLY OVER AND MY FAMILY SUPPORTED ME WHILE I WAS ON THIS CASE AND WITHOUT THEM HELPING ME AND GOD MOST OF ALL I DON'T THINK I COULD HAVE MADE IT THROUGH. ))
SUPER=01-Brenda Moran/Simpson Juror;
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Another juror, Lionel Cryer, tells the Los Angeles Times he and other jurors saw holes in the prosecution case and concluded there were many opportunities for contamination of evidence.
And a third juror cited the Mark Fuhrman controversy as playing a key role in her vote for acquittal.
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React-Simpson


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=spr
TAPE#95-71
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The local opinion of the Simpson case is pretty much the same as it is across the nation -- divided.
Scott Prince talked to several residents after the verdict was handed down.
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IN Q=I think O.J.
SUPER=01-Paulette Jones/Richmond Resident; :00
SUPER=01-Patricia Jackson/Lynchburg Resident; :06 (Quick!)
SUPER=01-Danny Goins/Roanoke Resident; :12
SUPER=01-Paul Thomson/Woods, Rogers & Hazelgrove; :40
SUPER=@File; :55
SUPER=01-Darlene Young/Turning Point Women's Shelter; 1:06
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((PAULETTE JONES/RICHMOND RESIDENT: I THINK O.J. WAS GUILTY AND I THINK MOST OF MY FRIENDS REALLY THOUGHT SO. THEY REALLY DID. ))
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OUT Q=really did
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SOT 00:00:28 (Lynchburg reactions tape)
IN Q=He had to be

((PATRICIA JACKSON/LYNCHBURG RESIDENT: HE HAD TO BE INNOCENT BECAUSE WHY WOULD THERE BE ALL THAT BLOODSHED? ))
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SOT 04:04:43 (Roanoke reactions tape)
IN Q=I really felt

((DANNY GOINS/ROANOKE RESIDENT: I REALLY FELT LIKE HE WAS PROBABLY GUILTY. BUT THE JURY JUST CAME TO THE DECISION THAT THEY DID NOT WANT THE REPERCUSSIONS REBOUNDING THROUGH THE COUNTRY BECAUSE OF THE RACE ISSUE. ))
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OUT Q=race issue


Only the jury knows whether or not the decision was based on race, but it was definitely one of the cards defense attorneys tried to play.
Some lawyers here in the Roanoke Valley say there were a variety of issues, including the collection of evidence, that could've led to the quick verdicts.
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SOT 4:36:38
IN Q=Clearly the defense

((PAUL THOMSON/WOODS, ROGERS & HAZLEGROVE: CLEARLY THE DEFENSE WAS QUITE SKILLFUL IN PUTTING OUT THOSE ISSUES THAT WOULD LIKELY GIVE RISE TO REASONABLE DOUBT, AND THEY APPARENTLY KNEW THEIR AUDIENCE WELL AND GOT A FAIRLY PREDICTABLE RESULT. ))
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OUT Q=predictable result


One person who could not predict the outcome was Darlene Young. She runs the Turning Point Women's Shelter in Roanoke and listens to tragic stories of domestic violence every day.
She believes the verdict is major step backward for battered women.
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SOT 04:54:16
IN Q=I think the whole

((DARLENE YOUNG/TURNING POINT WOMEN'S SHELTER: I THINK THE WHOLE ISSUE HERE SHOULD HAVE BEEN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND I THINK THAT IT TURNED SOMEWHERE ALONG THE WAY. ))
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OUT Q=along the way


The trial lasted 9 months, the jury deliberated for 4 hours.
People will be talking about it for lifetimes to come.
Scott Prince, News7.))

DeLamieuleure


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#95-78
GRAPHIC=simpson


One of Simpson's former teammates has mixed emotions about the verdict.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file


As an offensive lineman for the Buffalo Bills, Joe DeLamielleure
(da- LAM-ah-lor) opened the holes that helped O.J. to a record- breaking two

thousand yard season in 1973.
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Yesterday;


(da-LAM-ah-lor) DeLamielleure is now an offensive line coach at Liberty University.
The six- time Pro Bowler says he empathizes with the victims' families.
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SOT 4:20:25
IN Q=I think he

((JOE DELAMIELLEURE/FORMER SIMPSON TEAMMATE: I THINK HE HAD THE BEST DEFENSE MONEY COULD BUY AND MAYBE THAT'S THE AMERICAN WAY, I DON'T KNOW. I DON'T KNOW WHAT JUSTICE IS. I WAS THE VICTIM OF A CRIME ONE TIME AND THE GUY'S IN JAIL, AND I KNOW WHAT I WENT THROUGH WAITING FOR THAT VERDICT. AND I'M JUST VERY MELANCHOLY, KIND OF LIKE IN A DAZE RIGHT NOW.))
SUPER=01-Joe DeLamielleure/Former Simpson Teammate; :00
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OUT Q=in a daze right now.
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(da-LAM-ah-lor) DeLamielleure doesn't know how HE would have voted had he been on the Simpson jury, except that he felt there was enough evidence to convict O.J.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE


Still to come, thanks to a federal court ruling, you'll soon have another place to register to vote,
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and the U-S gets ready for a little divine intervention.
Pope John Paul's visit, next.
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Navy-Crash


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
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The Navy is still searching for the four crew members of a Navy helicopter that crashed off the coast of Cape Henry.
The H-46 Sea Knight helicopter was reported missing at about nine last night.
A Navy spokesman says fragments of the aircraft have been sighted.
The dual-engine aircraft was based at Norfolk Naval Air Station.
The cause of the crash is under investigation.

Accident


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=tal
TAPEedit of #95-79
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One person is dead and three others injured following a car accident in Pulaski County.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pulaski Co./Last Night;


It happened on Route 747 near Fairlawn at about five o-clock last night.
The car skidded off the road, went airbourne and plunged about 50 feet to the railroad tracks.
The driver, 37- year- old Kathy Joe Kleckner of Dublin, died at the scene.
It took rescuers an hour to free the first of the three survivors.
One of them was partially trapped between the rock face and the car.
Kleckner's 13- year- old daughter and 17- year- old son are in critical condition at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Another teenaged victim is in stable condition at Radford Community.
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Curfew


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=tha
TAPE#95-73
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A new curfew in Danville will keep minors off the streets late at night.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/Last Night;


About 20- people gathered to witness the decision last night at a city council meeting.
A few citizens spoke out against the measure before the vote.
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IN Q=This curfew

((RAY GARRETT/CURFEW OPPONENT: THIS CURFEW LAW IS AN ATTEMPT TO QUICK FIX A PROBLEM THAT HAS TAKEN DECADES TO DEVELOP. IT IS A PINT SIZED BAND AIDE ON A GAPING WOUND OF SOCIETY AND HERE WE ARE HOLDING THE BLOODY KNIVES IN OUR OWN HANDS.))
SUPER=01-Ray Garrett/Curfew Opponent;
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OUT Q=in our own hands.
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Police say the curfew is necessary.
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((NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: THERE ARE A LOT OF GOOD PARENTS OUT THERE, WHO HAVE THEIR CHILDREN UNDER CONTROL, BUT THERE'S ALSO A VIOLENT GROUP OUT THERE THAT ARE NOT UNDER CONTROL AND UNFORTUNATELY THAT IS WHAT DICTATES WHAT OUR ORDINANCES ARE. ))
SUPER=01-Neal Morris/Danville Police Chief;
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OUT Q=our ordinances are.
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Mayor Seward Anderson and councilwoman Shirley Mayhew were the only ones to vote against the curfew.
The measure requires minors to be off the streets after eleven p.m. on week nights and midnight on weekends.
Violators and their parents are subject to fines and possible jail time.
The curfew is only good for a year, after that council must decide whether to renew it.
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Motor-Voter


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 95-84
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Virginians will soon be able to register to vote at D-M-V's and welfare offices.
A federal judge has declared the "Motor Voter" law constitutional, and ordered Virginia to implement it within six months.
Ellen Qualls has the story.
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IN Q=The U.S. Justice
SUPER=@file; :05
SUPER=01-Gilda Williams/U.S. Dept. of Justice; :08
SUPER=01-Lawrence Ottinger/People for the American Way; :27
SUPER=@Allen; :49
SUPER=01-Virginia DeSimone/League of Women Voters; 1:02
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(( The U.S. Justice Department fought for Motor Voter to become law in Virginia, allowing registration at the D-M-V and social service offices.
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((GILDA WILLIAMS/U.S. DEPT. OF JUSTICE: BECAUSE WE THINK IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT THE CITIZENS OF VIRGINIA REAP THE BENEFITS OF THIS ACT. THE ACT HAS ALREADY REGISTERED MORE THAN FIVE MILLION VOTERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.))
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But Governor Allen and Attorney General Jim Gilmore sued the federal government -- calling it an unfunded mandate that could encourage voter fraud.
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((LAWRENCE OTTINGER/PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY: VIRGINIA HAS PREDICTED THAT THERE WOULD BE 1.5 MILLION NEW REGISTRANTS IN FIVE YEARS UNDER THIS ACT. WHY ARE THEY TRYING TO KEEP REGISTRANTS OUT OF THE VOTING BOOTH? GOVERNOR ALLEN SHOULD BE LEADING THE WAY. POLITICS CAN BE THE ONLY REASON THAT HE'S DOING THIS.))
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The unspoken assumption is that registration at welfare offices and D-M-V's might be more likely to add those with Democratic leanings to the voter rolls.

sot DANVILLE BITE

((GOVERNOR GEORGE ALLEN: WELFARE OFFICES ARE FOR RUNNING SOCIAL SERVICES TO BE IMPLEMENTING WORK FARE, WHICH IS WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO AND REFORM THE WELFARE SYSTEM, NOT TURN IT INTO A YOU KNOW, ADVOCACY GROUP FOR REGISTRATION.))
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SOT 04:44

((VIRGINIA DESIMONE/LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS: CLEARLY THE VOTERS HAVE SPOKEN TO THEM. THE JUDGE HAS NOW SPOKEN TO THEM.))
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"'Nuff said" says the Allen Administration.
A spokesman for Attorney General Jim Gilmore -- who privately supports wider registration but acts as the Governor's attorney -- says there will be NO appeal, and the administration will work to implement the law by March.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE


Up next, former Bell Atlantic employees call the company's offer a bad one,
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and your Hometown Station was looking sharp on its 40th anniversary.
Highlights of our big birthday party, next, on News 7 at Noon.
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pope


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Pope John Paul the second is on his way to the United States for a five-day visit.
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SUPER=03-Rome;


He left Rome this morning for Newark, New Jersey where he will be greeted by President Clinton.
While in the U-S, the Pope will address the U-N General Assembly and lead several outdoor masses.
He'll also have lunch with the homeless at a soup kitchen in Baltimore.
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ANNIVERSARY


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=PEV
TAPE#95-70
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Members of the W-D-B-J television family helped the station celebrate its 40th anniversary yesterday.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The focal point of the activities: The unveiling of a portrait in memory of long-time Mornin' Show host Irv Sharp.
Artist Eric Fitzpatrick and Irv's widow, Mary Lee Sharp did the honors before a crowd of family, friends, and W-D-B-J employees, past and present.
After the portrait's unveiling, General Manager Bob Lee was presented with the station's 40th Anniversary Quilt.
He says the celebration was a good time to remember "Cousin Irv's" contributions to Roanoke television.
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((ROBERT LEE/WDBJ GENERAL MANAGER: I THINK THE PORTRAIT CAPTURES THE ESSENCE OF IRV OVER THE LONG PERIOD OF TIME THAT HE WAS ON THE AIR. FOR SO MANY YEARS, IRV WAS A SYMBOL OF THIS STATION, AND IN THIS PORTRAIT WE SEE HIM THROUGH HIS LONG CAREER AT WDBJ-7. ))
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The portrait will remain in the lobby of W-D-B-J T-V, and the quilt will go on display in various locations around the region.

Bell-Atlantic


ANCHOR=Noon
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#95-67
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Two months and counting: that's how long union workers at Bell Atlantic have gone without a new contract.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


This morning some Bell Atlantic RETIREES who belonged to the Communications Workers of America held an informational picket outside a Bell Atlantic office in Roanoke.
Their beef is that the new contract proposed by Bell Atlantic and its C-E-O Ray Smith calls for cutting the health benefits of retired union members.
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SOT 09:45:10
IN Q=I definitely

((BETTY FRANKLIN/RETIRED BELL ATLANTIC EMPLOYEE: I DEFINITELY THINK THEY'RE GETTING THE SHAFT. I THINK RAY SMITH IS OUT TO DO EVERYBODY HE CAN AND TAKE ALL OF OUR BENEFITS AWAY AND THIS IS HOW IT STARTS.))
SUPER=01-Betty Franklin/Retired Bell Atlantic Employee;
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=how it starts.
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=HOLD


Bell Atlantic says that the C-W-A actually agreed to having retirees pay a portion of their health care costs during previous bargaining sessions in 19-89 and 19-92.
It adds the terms of the current proposal are better for retirees than what was agreed to before.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=cro
TAPE#none
SS=stocks


On Wall Street at noon, the Dow was DOWN four points.
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ANCHOR=Melanie


Up next -- a look at how the Indians poked a hole in the Sox' playoff hopes,
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and if you celebrated the game last night with food, stay tuned.
We'll chew the fat on tailgate fare when News 7 at Noon continues.
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Baseball


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=cro
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=Indians/Red Sox


Thirteen was lucky for Tony Pena (PAYN'-yuh) and the Cleveland Indians.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/TBN-NBC SPORTS


(Payn-ya) Pena ended the longest game in postseason history with a 13th-inning homer in Cleveland's win over Boston.
The Indians grabbed a 1-to-nothing lead in their American League playoff series by earning their 28th victory in their final at-bat.
For that playoff score and more, let's take a look at the scoreboards.
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ANCHOR=Melanie


Cleveland beat Boston five to four.
The New York Yankees sunk the Seattle Mariners 9 to 6.
It was Cincinnati over Los Angeles 7 to 2.
And Colorado lost to Atlanta 5 to 4.

Soccer-Camp


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=bmy
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Though the day is a bit soggy, it's still a good day for professional soccer, if you're inside a nice and dry middle school gymnasium, captivating the students.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Rocky Mount;


Dustin Fonder plays for the Roanoke River Dogs. He's spending the day teaching soccer skills to students at Ben Franklin Middle School in Franklin County.
Teachers say getting a pro to come teach for a day enhances the classroom experience and creates interest among the kids.
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((DONNA KREHBIEL/P.E. TEACHER: SOMETIMES IF ITS SOMEONE NEW AND DIFFERENT IT'S A NOVEL IDEA. THE PE TEACHER DOESN'T ALWAYS KNOW HOW TO DO EVERYTHING AND IT GIVE THEM A PROSPECTIVE FROM A PROFESSIONAL AND THEY THINK THEY'RE GETTING A BETTER EDUCATION, SOMETIMES THEY ARE IN SOME CASES. ))
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This is the first time a professional athlete has participated in gym classes at Ben Franklin. Teachers plan to bring other pros in as they try to include more life time sports in their curriculum.
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Jarrett


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-30
GRAPHIC=IRVAN


Don't look for Ernie Irvan in tonight's Winston Cup qualifying at Charlotte.
Irvan says he's decided to skip this weekend's U-A-W G-M 500.
The feeling was that Irvan wasn't ready for the 200 mile an hour speeds through the tri-ovals at the track.
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SUPER=04-1995 Season; :00


Irvan's teammate Dale Jarrett says the real problem wasn't that Irvan was scared, but rather that the Yates racing couldn't get four cars ready for the race.
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IN Q="He didn't...

((DALE JARRETT/DRIVER - HAVOLINE FORD:))
SUPER=01-Dale Jarrett/Driver - Havoline Ford; :00
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OUT Q=...IN A FEW WEEKS."
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Tailgate


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=cst
TAPE#595-28
GRAPHIC=healthy eating


There are plenty of Tailgate events this season-- from football games, to the upcoming Roanoke Symphony Polo Cup.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Salem; :


But dieticians have a warning about these celebrations-- they can be culinary disasters.
Often, tailgate foods are full of fat.
Lewis Gale's Health Management Center has come up with some fast and easy recipes for the NEW tailgate party.
Grilled chicken skewers replace fried chicken, and vegetable salad replaces macaroni salad.
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SOT 11:52:48
IN Q=I'm trying to

((LEE ANN MATHEWS/HEALTH MANAGEMENT CENTER: I'M TRYING TO KEEP IT VERY TASTY BUT VERY LOW FAT SO PEOPLE WILL CHANGE FROM THEIR TYPICAL FAVORITE FOODS TO SOME NEW FAVORITE FOODS. AND ALSO THE OTHER THEME IS VERY EASY-- THESE DAYS PEOPLE DON'T HAVE A LOT OF TIME TO SPEND IN THE KITCHEN.))
SUPER=01-Lee Ann Mathews/Health Management Center; :
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OUT Q=in the kitchen.
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VO-NAT


The new recipes include Teamonade-- a hybrid of tea and lemonade, and nearly fat-free roasted garlic dressing-- instead of high-fat dips.
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wrap


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=amo
TAPE#none
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE

Thanks for joining us. That's it for News 7 at NOON.