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1-News-Head

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Next on News Seven at Six.
A Narrows teenager has been identified in yesterday's fatal diving accident.
And Roanoke City Police say they're ready to crack down on noisy motorist.

Sports-Head


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
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In sports, we will check in on the ROC cycling hillclimb and the Crestar soccer classic.
Highlights from the 80th Indy 500 and it's competitor the U.S. 500, plus major league baseball. WX-Head
TALENT=Kimberly
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Clouds, showers, and cool temperatures linger on for this Memorial Day weekend.
A flash flood watch is in effect for far southwestern Virginia-- We'll have the details in the forecast.

EMS-Memorial


ANCHOR=RON
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=afr
TAPE# 96-40
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It was standing room only at Greene Memorial United Methodist Church in Roanoke last night.
Hundreds gathered to pay tribute to 33 Emergency Medical Service providers.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


The men and women have died in recent years, assisting sick or injured persons.
Most emergency personnel accept the the dangers of their jobs, in order to help others.
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SOT 8:27:16
IN Q=you are there to

((GERALD MAYS: YOU ARE THERE TO SERVE THE PUBLIC. IF THE PUBLIC GETS IN DIRE STRAITS, IT'S YOUR DUTY TO HELP THEM OUT, UNFORTUNATELY SOMETIMES, WE HAVE MORE WORKING AGAINST US THAN WE HAVE WORKING FOR US. AND MEMBERS DO IN FACT LOST THEIR LIVES ))
SUPER=01-Gerald Mays/Brookville-Timberlake Fire Dept.;
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OUT Q=lost their lives.
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VO-NAT


Carter DeWitt Martin of Lynchburg was among those honored.
He lost his life last June while attempting to rescue flood victims.
Other local residents honored include... Pre-pro
Gerald Bostic of the Danville Lifesaving Crew,
James Griffin from Ridgeway District Volunteer Rescue Squad
Edwin Hook Junior and Kenith Patterson, both from the Lynchburg Lifesaving Crew.
And Randolph McCoy Senior from the Long Shop McCoy Fire Department.
The names of the honorees will be engraved on brass leaves and added to a permanent memorial to E-M-S personnel who died in the line of duty.
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GIles-Drowning


ANCHOR=Ron
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WRITER=Sta
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Police have released the name of the Narrows teenager who died following a diving accident last night.
Steven Dennis apparently slipped as he was preparing to dive off a cliff into Wolf Creek in Giles County.
He hit his head on some rocks on the way down, and plunged about 30 feet into the water.
It happened just before eight o-clock at a popular swimming area off route 61.
Dennis was pronounced dead at Giles Memorial Hospital almost two hours later.
He was nineteen.

Noise-Ord


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE# 96-30
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Roanoke City Police say they're going to crack down on travelling boom boxes this summer.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape;


As temperatures rise, police say some citizens will be driving their vehicles with the music blaring.
They say some loud music violates a city ordinance.
Police officials say they frequently receive complaints from citizens because of the music.
Officers offer this tip for those who can NOT fight the urge to play their music loud.
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SOT 15:41:55
IN Q=You either have to

((LT. R.A. BOWER/ROANOKE CITY POLICE: YOU EITHER HAVE TO RESIST THE URGE OR TAKE IT SOMEWHERE WHERE IT DOESN'T DISTURB ANYONE. TAKE IT OUT WHERE THERE IS NO BODY TO BOTHER.))
SUPER=01-Lt. R.A. Bower/Roanoke City Police;
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OUT Q=no body to bother.
ANCHOR=Ron
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Officers who hear music within a 50 foot radius of their car can issue a citation.
Lieutenant Bower says some violations can carry up to a thousand dollar fine.

M'ville-Museum


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 96-33
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The Virginia Museum of Natural History has a new director and, supporters hope, some new momentum.
Tonight Joe Dashiell reports on the Martinsville Museum and the latest plan to put its problems in the past.
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IN Q=Even as the Virginia
SUPER=03-Martinsville; :00
SUPER=01-Stephen Pike/Museum Director; :20
SUPER=01-Ron Ferrill/Museum Supporter; :48
SUPER=01-Iliene Hite/Museum Supporter; :59
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((Even as the Virginia Museum of Natural History has built an impressive collection, officials have had to fight for its survival and fight off challenges that would have moved the museum from Martinsville.
But three months after Stephen Pike signed on as director, he's convinced the museum can be a leading and lasting force in the community.
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IN Q=We kind of want to

((STEPHEN PIKE/MUSEUM DIRECTOR: WE KIND OF WANT TO MAKE A SPLASH AND SAY WE'RE BACK HERE IN THE COMMUNITY. WE WANT TO RE- EMERGE IN THE COMMUNITY AND BE A LEADING FORCE IN THE COMMUNITY'S GROWTH. AND TO REMAIN IN THE COMMUNITY? AND TO REMAIN IN THE COMMUNITY. ABSOLUTELY. WE'RE GOING TO SUCCEED HERE.))
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OUT Q=going to succeed here.


To that end, Pike is bringing in what he describes as a world- class exhibit, one that will feature partial and complete dinosaur skeletons, including Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Plans for the U-S debut may be ambitious, but supporters say that's exactly what the museum and Martinsville needs.
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IN Q=We have a tendency

((RON FERRILL/MUSEUM SUPPORTER: WE HAVE A TENDENCY TO MAYBE THINK WE'VE HAD A LOT OF THINGS GONE AGAINST US HERE. MAYBE WE KIND OF FEEL A LITTLE BEATEN DOWN, BUT THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO REALLY PULL TOGETHER ON SOMETHING THAT'S VERY WORTHWHILE.)) ((ILIENE HITE/MUSEUM SUPPORTER: FROM DAY ONE THIS WAS AN AMBITIOUS PROJECT. A LOT OF PEOPLE THOUGHT IT WOULD NEVER GO OVER, BUT IT HAS AND AS YOU WELL KNOW, WE DON'T WANT TO LOSE IT.))
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OUT Q=don't want to lose it.


And the ambition doesn't end with one new exhibit. Pike is already planning an expedition that would send paleontologist Nick Fraser in search of a dinosaur skeleton.
Ultimately, the museum will need a new building if it is going to thrive.
Joe Dashiell News 7))
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Ron
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Coming up on News-7,
Hard work gets recognized in Lynchburg.
V-DOT employees were honored for battling the heavy snow this winter.
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VO-NAT


And festival in the park participants forge on-- despite the dreary weather.
(Toss to Kim)
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ANCHOR=Kimberly

Wx ad lib
And dreary it is, Ron.
Overcast skies and showers have made it feel less like a holiday weekend.
Today's highs were mainly in the 50s and 60s-- Tomorrow's forecast promises warmer temperatures in some areas.
However, you may still have to dodge a few showers if you plan to celebrate outdoors.
We'll have all the details-- plus a look at the doppler radar.
Stay tuned. MUSIC UP FULL
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Festival-Rain


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 96-38
GRAPHIC=None


Rain threatened to wash out one of the busiest weekends of the year in western Virginia.
And while there were a few glitches, Roanokers and a valley full of visitors didn't let a little rain get in the way.
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IN Q=On the road and the sidelines
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=01-Sandy Claytor/Chesterfield Co. Soccer Fan; :14
SUPER=01-Penny Williams/Roanoke Valley Volleyball Assoc.; :35
SUPER=01-Yvonne Hegney/North Carolina Artist; :50
SUPER=01-Bob Canales/South Carolina Craftsman; 1:15
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OUT Q=and bring their umbrellas.


((On the road and on the sidelines of the soccer field, umbrellas were out in force... NAT SOUND OF SOCCER FAN 10:22:56
IN Q=KICK IT
(KICK IT HARD!))
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OUT Q=HARD!


...but a steady rain failed to stop the teams competing in the Crestar Festival Soccer Tournament. INTERVIEW WITH PARENT 10:25:47
IN Q=Never stops soccer

((SANDY CLAYTOR/CHESTERFIELD CO. SOCCER FAN: NEVER STOPS SOCCER FANS. WE PLAY IN ANYTHING. WE'VE FROZEN. WE'VE BEEN IN THE HEAT. THIS ISN'T BAD, BETTER THAN LAST YEAR.))
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OUT Q=better than last year.


The teams took the field in Salem as the N-C-Double-A Division Three Baseball Championships resumed.
And in Wasena Park, the volleyballs continued to fly, even as the rain fell...
SOT PENNY WILLIAMS 11:01:11
IN Q=Volleyball players

((PENNY WILLIAMS/ROANOKE VALLEY VOLLEYBALL ASSOC.: VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS DON'T LET A LITTLE RAIN GET IN THE WAY? A LITTLE RAIN, A LITTLE SNOW, WE GO OUT THERE AND PLAY WHATEVER WE CAN. AS LONG AS ITS NOT LIGHTNING, WE'LL STAY OUT HERE.))
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OUT Q=stay out here.


Artist Yvonne Hegney wasn't so lucky. Without a tent to cover her pottery, the morning rain sent her packing.
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IN Q=I didn't bring a tent

((YVONNE HEGNEY/NORTH CAROLINA POTTER: I DIDN'T BRING A TENT, SO IT WOULD BE SITTING OUT IN THE RAIN ALL DAY AND THEY'RE FORECASTING THUNDERSTORMS SO I HAVE TO PACK UP. I HAVE ANOTHER SHOW I HAVE TO LEAVE FOR ON TUESDAY UP IN CINCINATTI SO... SO YOU'RE OUT OF HERE? YEAH, UNFORTUNATELY, BUT EVERYONE ELSE IS GOING TO BE STAYING.))
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OUT Q=going to be staying.


Other exhibitors at Festival in the Park stayed dry... as they remained under cover and in business.
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IN Q=So a little rain

((BOB CANALES/SOUTH CAROLINA CRAFTSMAN: SO A LITTLE RAIN IS PART OF THE BARGAIN? I GUESS. YEAH IT GOES ALONG WITH THE GAME. SO WE ACCEPT IT AND WE JUST HOPE THAT THE PEOPLE ARE MOTIVATED ENOUGH TO COME OUT AND BRING THEIR UMBRELLAS.))
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OUT Q=bring their umbrellas.))
ANCHOR=Ron
SS=Festival in the Park


Barring any major downpours, Festival in the Park continues tonight and tomorrow with a full slate of activities in Elmwood Park.

Business-Review


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#=BIZ
GRAPHIC=Business News


A union vote fails at the Times Fiber plant in Pittsylvania County,
SS=Singer Logo

and Singer Furniture is closing its Roanoke plant.
SS=Business Review


Len Besthoff recaps the week's top economic stories in southwest and central Virginia with the News-7 Business Review.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Monday; :05
SUPER=03-Martinsville/File Tape; :16
SUPER=03-Roanoke/May 3; :44
SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co./Wednesday; :55
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Friday; 1:18
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(( Nat Sot
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IRA RAW
A central Virginia bank completed it's merger with another bank from West Virginia.
The Cooperative Savings Bank, which has 10 branches in greater Lynchburg and Danville, is now part of One Valley Bank. 96-20
Memorial Hospital of Martinsville and Henry County is now affilated with Carolina Medicorp of Winston- Salem, North Carolina.
CMI is a not- for- profit healthcare system serving Northwest North Carolina and Southwest Virginia. QUIBELL FILE
Instead of resuming production following a dispute with a bottle supplier, the Quibell Corporation is now talking takeover.
A beverage manufacturer from northern Virginia has entered into talks to purchase the Roanoke sparkling water company. HOLDREN'S FILE
Another Roanoke company is also being sold.
The Holdren's appliance store chain says it has all but wrapped up a deal to sell the business to a North Carolina investor. TIMES FIBER FROM WED/THU
The United Steel Workers Union narrowly lost its representation vote at the Times Fiber coaxial cable plant in Pittsylvania County.
This was not the first time organized labor attempted to come into the facility. OPTICAL CABLE FILE
A Roanoke County company that makes fiber optic cable keeps making the headlines.
At one point this week Optical Cable stock was selling well over 100- dollars, it closed at 92 dollars a share Friday.
And 290 people who work at the Singer Furniture plant in Roanoke have a month to find another job.
The company will consolidate its facility here with two operations it has in North Carolina.
Checking the Dow Jones Industrial Average for the week, it rose 75 points, closing at 5762.82.
Len Besthoff, with the News-7 Business Review. Nat Sot
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ANCHOR=Ron
SS=Business News


Also this week, the New River Valley Economic Development Alliance has a new executive director.
The Alliance announced that Stuart- C- Gilbert will run the organization.
Gilbert recently was head of an economic development commission in Maury County, Tennessee, where the Saturn Corporation is based.

VDOT-Crews


ANCHOR=Ron
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WRITER=ssm
TAPE# 96-29
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The blizzards of this past winter may be long forgotten-- but not those who helped us make it through the snow-packed roadways.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Last Week;


Last week, snow plow drivers at V-DOT headquarters in Lynchburg were honored for their efforts during the winter of '96.
State senator Steve Newman had sponsored a resolution in the past General Assembly recognizing the work of VDOT employees.
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IN Q=It's far too

((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R- LYNCHBURG: IT'S FAR TOO OFTEN WE SAY TO OUR STATE EMPLOYEES THAT WHEN YOU'RE NOT DOING SOMETHING RIGHT THEY GET A PHONE CALL. BUT QUITE HONESTLY THEY DO THINGS RIGHT MOST OF THE TIME AND THIS SNOWSTORM IS A GREAT EXAMPLE OF IT, WHERE THEY HAD ALMOST 100 MILLION DOLLARS HAD TO BE EXPENDED TO CLEAR THE ROADS DURING THIS HORRIBLE BLIZZARD.))
SUPER=01-Sen. Steve Newman/(R) Lynchburg; :00
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OUT Q=this horrible blizzard.
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Newman's first son was born during the height of the January blizzard.
He says the hard work of the snow plow drivers enabled he and his wife to reach the hospital safely.
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Tease#2

SOFT MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Ron
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Coming up,
A viewer gives us feedback on a story we covered about possible reverse discrimination.
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VO-NAT


And,
Auto racing sponsorship-- it's the wave of the future for some local businesses.
Stay with us.
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MUSIC UP FULL
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Feedback-5/26


ANCHOR=Ron
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WRITER=jmc
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A story about discrimination in the workplace brought a comment from a viewer in Blacksburg.
Assignment Editor Joe McKean brings us this week's Feedback.
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SUPER=03-Botetourt Co./May 6;
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(( The story was about the lawsuit filed by Greg Holdren, a former employee at the Transkrit company.
He was he was fired for not meeting production goals.
But Holdren said several other press operators, including a woman, had worse performance records.
He says that's reverse discrimination and is taking Transkrit to court.
A viewer in Blacksburg says: "In the interview, the man and the news reporter made it a point that a woman who also works at this company was not fired even though she was not performing as expected. This upsets me because this man said there were many other people who also were not performing on the job but only this one woman was pointed out as a problem. I understand that reverse discrimination can occur, but if many other men were not fired along with one woman, that is hardly discrimination of gender. Perhaps it is another form of discrimination. I am frustrated that women constantly have to prove that they deserve the jobs they have and if they don't perform they should be the first to go, not men in the same position. I have learned from personal experience that I have to work much harder than my male co-workers to maintain my position. I would appreciate in the future if your reporters would not imply that women should be the first to be fired when performances on the job are low.
If you'd like to comment on our news coverage or issues in the news, here's how to get in touch with us:
Letters should be sent to News-7 Feedback, PO Box 7, Roanoke, 240422-0007.
Faxes go to Feedback, at 540-343-7269.
And our E-mail address is wdbj7@teleweb.com.
Joe McKean, News-7. ))


MW-Racing


ANCHOR=Ron
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE# 96-36
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Area businesses are hoping to realize the benefits of racing team sponsorship.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC/Last Week;


Last weekend two area companies hit it big when their driver, Michael Waltrip, won the Winston Select race in Charlotte.
It was his first big splash in a Winston Cup event.
Grand Piano and Furniture of Roanoke is an associate sponsor on Waltrip's Winston Cup Car.
SUPER=03-Rocky Mount;


M-W Windows of Rocky Mount is the main sponsor on his Busch series car.
The Vice President of Marketing at M-W Windows, says now that Waltrip has hit the big time, his company will get a lot more exposure.
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SOT FROM MW/GRAND RACING TAPE 02:59:53
IN Q=We're really

((MIKE FARRIS/MW WINDOWS: WE'RE REALLY GLAD TO SEE THE WIN ON MICHAEL'S BEHALF. HE'S HAD SEVEN CAREER BUSCH SERIES WINS, AND WE'RE GLAD TO SEE HIM ADD ONE ON THE CUP SIDE. I'M SURE THAT THIS IS GONNA ADD A NEW DEGREE OF VISIBILITY BOTH TO HIM AS WELL AS TO MW'S MOTOR SPORTS MARKETING PROGRAM. SO IT WORKED OUT GREAT ALL THE WAY AROUND FOR EVERYBODY INVOLVED.))
SUPER=01-Mike Farris/MW Windows;
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OUT Q=everybody involved.
ANCHOR=Ron
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M-W Windows and Grand Piano have both been sponsoring race teams for several years with other drivers.
This is their first year with Waltrip.

Sports tease


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#none
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The 80th running of the Indianapolis 500 is in the books, as is the inaugural U.S. 500, The crestar Classic wraps up it's 10th year,
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VO-NAT


while the cyclists in the ROC Hillclimb are still going strong, highlights in a few!
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S-Indy


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=R-32
GRAPHIC=Indy 500


Buddy Lazier took the checkered flag in the 80th running of the Indianapolis 500 earlier today.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN; :00


All at the legendary speedway remembered Scott Brayton, who died while practicing at the track recently.
The green flag did finally drop for the 33 car field, which had an incredibly high number of rookie drivers, 17 was the count.
Several spins took place early in the race. Here Paul Durant spins out but he was not injured.
The crashed would continue throughout the day here, Scott Harrington and Lynn St. James get together and both are knocked out of the race. St. Lames broke her left arm!
Buddy lazier stayed away from trouble. In fact, with just 7 laps to go, Davy Jones was in the lead but crashed forcing the caution flag to come out. Lazier went on to capture the Indy 500, his best finish prior to today in the 500 was 14th.
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IN Q="You dream

((BUDDY LAZIER/WINNER OF INDY 500:))
SUPER=01-Buddy Lazier/Winner of Indy 500; :00
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OUT Q=...Car"
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S-US


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=R-33
GRAPHIC=Indy 500


Most of the top drivers who usually race in the INdy 500 spent this day racing in the inuaguaral U.S. 500 at Michigan international Raceway.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Detroit, MI; :00


One of the top drivers who defected was Jimmy Vasser, who was on the pole for the U.S. 500. As the green flag dropped, Vasser would get into the days first wreck. He and Adrian Fernadez get together. The race is still going on at this time, we will have the complete results at 11.
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S-Charlotte


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=Charlott motor speedway


On to other racing, NASCAR's longest race, the Coca-Cola 600 was supposed to star at 5pm today, but the race in being delayed by rain at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

S-Saturn


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-12
GRAPHIC=Tour DuPont


Move over Tour DuPont. The Roanoke Oththropedic Hillclimb and the Saturn Cup have taken over here in the Star City.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Today; :00


The ROC hillclimb hit the streets today. This is a time trial race where the 350 plus cyclists compete against the clock.
25 hundred dollars will be given for this mountain time trial, 600 going to the winner.
Amateurs to some of the world's top pros are competing.
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IN Q="The great

((PATRICK OBERG/RACE DIRECTOR:))
SUPER=01-Patrick Oberg/Race Director; :00
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OUT Q=...roanoke director"
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ANCHOR=Steve


The 27 mile Saturn Festival Cup race is tomorrow afternoon.

S-Crestar


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-11
GRAPHIC=soccer


The 10th annual Crestar Festival Soccer Tournament wrapped up today all over the valley.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke/This Afternoon; :00


The Rivers Edge Sports Complex was just one of 5 cites the over 3 thousand soccer players competed at over the weekend.
7 championships were held at Rivers Edge. The Youth 16 Roanoke Stars white team highlighted the competition with 24 goals in three games.
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SOT
IN Q=323 games

((DANNY BEAMER/TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR:))
SUPER=01-Danny Beamer/Tournament Director; :00
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=...been great"
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S-MLB


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#s6-8
GRAPHIC=MLB


To the diamond we go. A big day for major League baseball matinees. We start in the motor City.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Detroit, MI/Indians vs. Tigers; :00


Indians vs. Tigers. This fan was throwing down some hotdogs.
Dennis martinez was gobbling up batters. The ageless Indian pitcher led Cleveland to the 5-nothing shutout on an eight hitter. He fanned 5 and walked just one.
Yes, Cleveland would ring detroit's Belle. Albert Belle nails his 20th dinger on the season..that is tops in the majors, 5-nothing Indians win.
SUPER=03-Miami, FL/Cardinals vs. Marlins;


In Miami...we are reverting back to are child hood with the bubble maker.
Marlins hosting the Cardinals. Gary Sheffield shows his bat savy, crushing his 16th home run on the season, Florida downs St. Louis 8-2. now your numbers.
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Wipe to boards!!

S-Score


ANCHOR=steve
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WRITER=sma
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GRAPHIC=none
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Chyron in motion
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