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Coming up on news seven at eleven,
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Pope John Paul the second spends his last day in Baltimore before heading back to Rome.
And a newspaper in the Dominican Republic is reporting that O-J Simpson is getting married
And Candidates for four state offices went head to head in debates this afternoon.
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News seven at eleven is next. open
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Pope


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After spending the day in Baltimore, Pope John Paul the Second is on his way back to Rome.
But not before spreading his grace at Camden Yards.
Jane Robelot has more.
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((The alter in baltimore was beautiful, yet simple....a 30-foot cross draped in gold.
The music reminisent of an old fashioned revival......
CINDY: IT'S JUST A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY.
50-thousand catholics celebrated mass with the first pope to visit maryland...the birthplace of catholicism in America.
Pope John Paul the second celebrated that history with a challenge for the future.
POPE: THE WHOLE CHURCH IS PREPARING FOR THE THIRD CHRISTIAN MILLENNIUM. THE CHALLENGE OF THE GREAT JUBILEE OF THE YEAR 2000 IS THE NEW EVANGELIZATION.
Its a message that strikes a chord with some protestants, too.
NICOLE: HE'S VERY EVALGELISTIC AND THAT IS WHAT I LIKE . AND HE SAYS A LOT FOR WORLD PEACE."
In the final mass of his 5-day pilgrimage, he reiterated his message to America.
POPE: DEMOCRACY CANNOT BE SUSTAINED WITHOUT A SHARED COMMITTMENT TO CERTAIN MORAL TRUTHS ABOUT THE HUMAN PERSON AND HUMAN COMMUNITY.
Thousands lined the streets of downtown baltimore for a papal parade...all american style.
People of all faiths were invited to be parade marshalls.
John Paul the Second then lunched at a soup kitchen in downtown baltimore praising the catholic charities organization for its work with the poor.
He then paid a private visit to the oldest catholic cathederal in the united states....basilica of the assumption.
CBS, Balitmore.))

Bosnia


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NATO Warplanes were once again deployed after the deadly shelling of a Bosnian Refugee Center.
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United Nations officials say they hope Serb rebels won't jeopardize the peace process.
The appeal comes after a shell, blamed on Serb rebels, slammed into a government-run refugee camp today, killing at least six people.
Bosnian officials say most of the dead were children.
NATO deployed the warplanes but did not strike Serb targets.
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Mideast


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Israel has released its first Palestinian prisoner under the new agreement with the P-L-O to free five-thousand.
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A teen-ager who said she had been in solitary confinement went free after she had attempted to stab a soldier.
Twenty other women were set for release but are are staying in prison to protest Israel's refusal to release four prisoners.
The women say Israel is bound under its agreement to release all females.
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Simpson-Marriage


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A newspaper in the Dominican Republic is reporting that O-J Simpson is getting married.
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The paper quotes sources saying that Simpson and his apparent bride-to-be, model Paula Barbieri (BAR-BEE-AIR-EE), were seen leaving Los Angeles for Miami.
They were then to leave for the Dominican Republic, a territory of the United States, where marriages can be obtained quickly.
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Protest-Simpson


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Last night the National Organization of Women protested the O-J Simpson verdict with a candlelight march.
Over 2,000 people walked along the route where Nicole Brown Simpson used to jog.
The protestors were upset with the trial verdict, but the main message of the night was putting an end to domestic violence.
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Still to come,
Elections are less than a month away.
We'll see what the candidates had to say today in Roanoke,
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And there were plenty of people talkin' about this weekend's Arts and Crafts festival in Floyd County.
We'll take you there when News 7 continues.
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wx office
Temperatures already starting to cool off-- we'll likely drop into the 40's for overnight lows.
We have high pressure to thank for the pleasant forecast this week.
More on that in a few minutes-- plus we'll check in on the tropics.
One tropical system goes kaput-- and another takes shape.
All the details coming up shortly. MUSIC UP FULL
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Debate


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Candidates for four state offices squared off in debates this afternoon.
Republican challenger Trixie Averill(AV-ver-ill) met democratic incumbent Dick Cranwell at the podium.
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Averill defended Governor Allen's funding practices for higher education.
While Cranwell says he's for putting more money back into higher education.
When asked whether business owners would see a tax increase, both candidates said no.
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(( DICK CRANWELL/HOUSE OF DELEGATES: WHEN YOU LOOK AT VIRGINIA AS A WHOLE WE ARE A LOW TAX STATE, INSURANCE FOR BUSINESS IS LOW AND WE ARE A GOOD STATE TO DO BUSINESS IN AS FAR AS THE CIVIL JUSTICE SYSTEM.
TRIXIE AVERILL/(R) HOUSE OF DELEGATE CANDIDATE: I WOULD NOT GO FOR ANY NEW TAXES OR ANY TAX INCREASES AND I WAS VERY PROUD TO SIGN THE TAX PAYER PROTECTION PLEDGE AND THAT WILL ABSOLUTELY BE MY PLEDGE.))
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Bell-Edwards


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Senator Brandon Bell and Democratic hopeful John Edward also went head to head.
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Edwards contends that potential college students are leaving Virginia because of high tuition rates.
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((JOHN EDWARDS/(D) STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: YOU CAN GO TO THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA AS A VIRGINIA RESIDENT CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN GO TO VIRGINIA TECH OR THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. THAT'S AN IMPEDIMENT TO AMBITIONS. AND THE WAY TO GET THE TUITION RATES DOWN IS TO INCREASE THE COMMONWEALTHS'S INVESTMENT IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM OF VIRGINIA.))
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Bell says higher education is a priority.
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((SEN. BRANDON BELL/R- ROANOKE CO.: WE'RE A VERY PROSPEROUS STATE WITH A GROWING ECONOMY AND WE'RE EXCEPTING AT LEAST 700 MILLION DOLLARS IF NOT MORE IN OUR NEXT GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION. SO I THINK HIGHER EDUCATION WILL BE A FOCUS THAT WE'LL HAVE AVAILABLE TO CHANNEL IN THAT AREA. I THINK THAT WE'LL EASE THE BURDEN AS FAR AS OUR TUITION TAX.))
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Woodrum


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Candidates also voiced their opinions on such topics as higher eduction funding and corporate income taxes.
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But the studio audience also wanted to know about judicial reform -- what would these candidates do to end meaningless lawsuits.
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((WOODRUM/HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: THE WINNING PARTY AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVES COURT FEES AND COSTS, WOULD SEEM TO DENY THE KEY TO THE COURTHOUSE TO MOST OF THE AVERAGE PEOPLE IN VIRGINIA. I WOULD OPPOSE THAT. FALKINBURG/REPUBLICAN HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: THE WHOLE SYSTEM IS IN ABSOLUTE SHAMBLES. I THINK SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE. I THINK THE NOTION OF HAVING THE LOSER PAY THE COURT COSTS IS A PERFECTLY REASONABLE ONE. ))
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Falkinburg urges Virginia voters to choose a new representative to bring about reform.
Woodrum highlighted what he calls Virginia's good points and says the state is not in bad shape.
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Thomas-Artis


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The two candidates running for the House of Delegates are incumbent Vic Thomas and Republican Jeff Artis.
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During their debate they stressed empowerment and education.
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((VIC THOMAS/D- HOUSE OF DELEGATES: BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING GOING IN TO THE 21ST CENTURY IS THE EDUCATION. K THROUGH 12, HIGHER EDUCATION. WE WENT INTO A DOWNTURN IN THE EARLY 90'S. WE'VE GOT TO TURN THAT AROUND AND I THINK WE'VE ALREADY STARTED WITH IT.
JEFF ARTIS/R- HOUSE OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE: IT'S ABOUT POWER, IT'S ABOUT ECONOMIC POWER, IT'S ABOUT JOB POWER, IT'S ABOUT POWER GAINED THROUGH BECOMING ACCOUNTABLE FOR YOUR ACTIONS AND BECOMING SELF SUFFICIENT. IT'S ABOUT THE POWER TO HAVE OUTSTANDING SCHOOLS. MR. THOMAS WANTS TO TALK ABOUT SCHOOLS. LET'S HAVE A DEBATE, MR. THOMAS, ON SCHOOLS.))
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Up next,
We'll find out what the prospects are for the region's coal industry.
Len Besthoff has that story and more in the News 7 Business Review.
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And a man survives a fiery car crash on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Stay tuned.
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Abduction


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Police are still on the lookout for the man who abducted an 86- year- old Roanoke woman.
The woman was taken from the lower level parking lot at Towers Mall in Roanoke.
Police say she was walking to her car around 1:30 yesterday afternoon when a man with a small caliber gun forced her onto the floor of her car then drove away.
Police say the man stopped on Gults Mill Road in Amherst County, tied the woman up and left her in the woods.
The woman freed herself and walked to safety.
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Police are still looking for her car.
It's a '92 Oldsmobile, four door, Delta 88--
Dark red with red interior.
The licenses plate reads FKF-146.
Police say the driver is a black man age 35 to 40.
He has short black hair and a mustache and as mentioned, is armed.

Car-Fire


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Police say a man who survived a firey crash is lucky.
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It happened around one O'Clock this morning on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Park Rangers say the man was driving south at mile marker 1-19 in Roanoke County when he apparently fell asleep.
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((EDWARD CLARK/PARK RANGER: IT APPEARS THAT HE FELL ASLEEP AND RAN OFF THE SIDE OF THE ROAD, WENT INTO THE WOODS AND HIT A TREE, THE VEHICLE CAUGHT FIRE, CAUGHT THE SURROUNDING WOODS ON FIRE. AND LUCKILY BECAUSE OF ALL THE MOISTURE WE'VE HAD AND ALL THE RAIN RECENTLY THE WOODS DIDN'T BURN TOO MUCH AND THE CLEARBROOK FIRE DEPARTMENT WAS ABLE TO GET IT OUT.))
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Park Rangers say they are still investigating the incident and charges are pending.
The man's name has not been released.
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L'burg-Firefighters


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Two million fires last year claimed the lives of nearly 43- hundred people.
One- hundred firefighters also died in the line of duty, a thirty percent increase over 19-93.
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To mark the beginning of National Fire Prevention Week, firefighters gathered in Lynchburg today to remember some of their own colleagues who were killed on the job.
They included Carter Martin, a Lynchburg firefighter who was a volunteer with the Brookville- Timberlake fire company.
Martin was killed June 22nd when the Timber Lake Dam collapsed under heavy rains.
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((GERALD MAYS/BROOKVILLE- TIMBERLAKE VFD: WHILE UNSELFISHLY SERVING THE COMMUNITY HE SO DEARLY LOVED. HE WILL BE SO MISSED BY SO MANY AS A FATHER, AS A HUSBAND, AS A SON, AS A BROTHER, A AS A BROTHER IN THE FIRE SERVICE, AS A FRIEND, AS A TEACHER AND A COACH.))
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Martin and Kenith Patterson, a rescue squad worker who died in 19-36, were honored with a plaque unveiled during today's ceremonies.
Officials also dedicated new lighting for the fireman's fountain in Miller Park.
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Robertson


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Television Evangelist Pat Robertson is being sued by a North Carolina couple who claims the Christian broadcaster threatened to harm them after a financial deal went sour.
The lawsuit claims Robertson threatened to harm or kill Mark Peterson during a phone call last year and caused the Peterson family severe emotional distress.

Business-Review


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Rockbridge County is getting a new company, and a Galax furniture maker is getting sued.
Len Besthoff recaps the week's top economic stories in southwest and central Virginia with the News-7 Business Review.
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The main airline serving the Roanoke and Lynchburg airports has gone on the selling block.
United Airlines is apparently considering the purchase of U-S-Air, and reports say U-S-Air is also in talks with American Airlines.
Prospects appear good for the region's coal industry, at least in the short term.
At the Virginia Coal Council's annual meeting this week, Norfolk Southern said coal exports are on the rise, due in part to increased demand abroad.
The boards of First Union and First Fidelity approved the merger they announced in June, which will create the nation's largest bank branch network.
Federal regulators must give the deal the nod before it goes through.
And in Natural Bridge Station, the F-E-I Corporation has broken ground for a new plant they're building there.
The steel fabrication company will start off with 20 employees, but it could eventually hire many more.
Checking the Dow Jones Industrial Average for the week, it fell 18 points, closing at 4769.21.
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Also this week, the Vaughan-Bassett Furniture Company in Galax is being sued for allegedly copying a competitor's design.
A North Carolina company says Vaughan-Bassett has a product line virtually identical to one it introduced seven years ago.
Vaughan-Bassett's president could not be reached for comment. Roll
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S-Skins


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Gary Anderson booted a 34 yard field goal in over time to lead the Philadelphia Eagles over the Washington Redskins 37 to 34.
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Trailing 7 to 3 the Redskins special teams came up with a big play Brian Mitchell picks up this punt and works his way down field scoring from 60 yards out and the Redskins took a 10 to 7 lead.
Then with 13-minutes left in the second quarter Guss Frerotte goes to the air and hits Henry Ellard on this 40 yard touchdown pass and the Redskins took a 17 to 10 lead on the eagles.
The score was tied at 17 when Rodney Pete hits Fred Barnett over the middle on this two yard touchdown pass and the Eagles took a 24 to 17 lead at the half.
But the Redskins came back Frerrote on the play action at the goal line keeps the ball and scores from two yards out and the game was tied at 24.
The game ended regulation tied at
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came in and booted the 34 yard field goal and the Eagles win the game in overtime 37 to 34.
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((NORV TURNER/REDSKINS HEAD COACH: )) ((KEN HARVEY/REDSKINS LINEBACKER: ))
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S-Cowboys


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Troy Aikman returned to the Cowboy lineup this afternoon and Dallas cruises to the 34 to 24 win over the Packers.
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Aikman showed no signs of a calf injury on this play throwing this 10 yard touchdown pass to Jay Novachek for the games first touchdown in the second quarter.
The Cowboys came right back in the air in the third. This time Aikman throws the bomb to Michael Irvin for this 48 yard touchdown strike giving the Cowboys a big lead.
Then Aikman hands off to Emmitt SUPER=30-Dallas/=34/Green Bay/=24;Smith

who scores his second touchdown of the day on this 16 yard run and the Cowboys hold on to beat the Packers 34 to 24.
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S-Jaguars


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The Jacksonville Jaguars got their first win at home and their second straight today beating Pittsburgh 20 to 16.
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The Jags got on the board in the first quarter when Mark Brunell goes to the air and hits Cedric Tillman on the 10 yard T-d pass to make it 7 to nothing.
Jacksonville added another run later in the quarter. James Stewart takes the handoff and scores from 6 yards out to make it 14 to nothing.
The Steelers rallied behind the
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Steve Avery he breaks a tackle and scores from 18 yards out but the Jags beat the Steelers 20 to 16.
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S-Dolphins


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In Miami, Dan Marino set a new N-F-L record for career completions. This 5-yard touchdown pass to Irving Spikes tied Fran Tarkenton's completion record and the Dolphins led 14 to nothing.
Then in the second quarter he completes a pass to Ernest Byner to become the league's all time completions leader Miami led 21 to 3.
But the Colts rallied in the second half and Cory Blanchard booted this 27 yard field goal as the Colts upset the Dolphins.
For all of today's scores lets check the boards.
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CHRYON MOTION
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S-UVA


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Virginia's first appearance in the top 10 since 1992 didn't last long as unranked North Carolina came from behind for a 22 to 17 victory yesterday at Kenan Stadium.
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Tar Heel tailback Leon Johnson scored what proved to be the winning touchdown from five yards out with about 6 minutes left in the game.
The loss dropped the Cavaliers out of the top 10 and now Virginia checks in at number 19 with Duke coming to Scott Stadium next Saturday.
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Florida State's rout of Miami keeps the Seminoles number one in the A-P College football poll.
Nebraska is second, Florida third, Ohio State fourth and Southern Cal fifth.
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Rounding out the top 10 are Tennessee, Auburn, Kansas State, Colorado and Kansas.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, Brad Bryant gets his first win on the P-G-A tour The Yankees and Mariners battled in Seattle.
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And Mark Martin wins at Charlotte for his second straight win on the Winston Cup tour.
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S-MLB


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For the second night in a row, The New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners are going to the wire in the American League Playoffs.
Seattle took the one to nothing lead on a Joey Cora homer. New York answered when Paul O'Neal blasted a two run homer.
Paul O'Neil gave the Yankees a 2 to 1 lead when he belted a two run homer in the top of the fourth.
New york took a 4 to 2 lead when Don Mattingly hit a ground rule double with the bases loaded.
But Ken Griffey's solo homer in the 8-th made it 4 to 3 Yankees and it's tied at 4 to 4 going into the 11-th inning.
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S-Race


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Mark Martin stayed in the hunt from the beginning to the end and he takes the checkered flag winning the UAW-GM 500 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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A couple of early caution flags. Robert Pressley gets lose and spins out after hooking up with Joe Nemechek.
But Dale Earnhardt dodged the cautions and he worked his way from the rear of the pack to second place about 40 laps into the race.
Sterling Marlin's Morgan McClure Chevrolet was leading the race by about two seconds ahead of Earnhardt.
Ricky Rudd led on lap 135 but Jeff Gordon had rear end gear problems and had to pull the car behind the wall while he was running in the top 5.
But on lap 237 Earnhardt moved to the front to pass Rudd and take the lead for a couple of laps.
But the race got tight in the closing laps Martin passed leader Terry Labonte with about three laps to go and he wins the race his second victory in a row.
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((MARK MARTIN/UAW-GM 500 WINNER: ))
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Earnhardt finished second Terry Labonte third Ricky Rudd fourth and Dale Jarrett fifth. Ward Burton was seventh.
We'll have redskins highlights plus we'll have major league baseball coming up later in morning

S-Golf


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After 18 years and 460 events, Brad Bryant is finally a winner on the P-G-A tour.
Bryant shot a bogey free final round of 4 under par 68 to win the rain shortened Disney Classic.
He finished one shot in front of Hal sutton. He earned 216-thousand dollars and a two year tour exemption.
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Don't go away,
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when News 7 continues will trot down to Bedford County to see who was horsin' around today.
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Hunt-Club


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Hunters and equestrians were in Bedford County this morning to compete in the "The Old Fashion Point-To-Point."
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The day started with the Hunter Pace.
Riders in teams of two tried to match the ideal time set by the master huntsman.
The course is five miles long and is set up to resemble a hunt-run.
The team finishing closest to the ideal time wins.
But organizers say the crowd comes to see the master huntsman bring out the hounds.
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((PATRICIA HELD/BEDFORD COUNTY HUNT: HE WORKS WITH THE HOUNDS. HE HUNTS THE HOUNDS. HE WILL HAVE OUR HOUNDS OUT. HE'LL DO A DEMONSTRATION, HOW THEY WORK IN A PACK. WE WON'T ACTUALLY BE HUNTING. WE'RE JUST DOING A DEMONSTRATION FOR THE CROWDS.))
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The tailgate competition was a part of the pageantry also.
Various organizations tried to out do each other by putting on the best spreads.
The dining even included treats for the horses and hounds.
The proceeds from today's event help feed the Bedford County Hunt hounds.
The rest of the money goes to Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest.
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Floyd-Festival


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More than 6000 people attended this weekend's "Arts and Crafts Festival" in Floyd County.
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200 artists and craftsmen showed off their handiwork at Floyd County High School.
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