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Up next on News 7 at eleven-
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Investigators try to figure out what caused a TWA jet to explode in mid- air. We will have a live report from Long Island with the latest tonight.
A Roanoke landmark comes tumbling down today.
Plus some old favorites come to life on a Blacksburg stage.
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ANCHOR=Jean


News 7 is next.

Newsbreak


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Good Evening.
Safety officials say their top priority now is recovery of the victims of T-W-A Flight 800.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Off Long Island, NY;


More than 100 bodies have been pulled from the water.
At a press conference tonight- the officials say the next priority will be wreckage.
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SOT 47:03
IN Q=

((ROBERT FRANCIS/NAT'L TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD: IN TERMS OF RECOVERY, THE HIGHEST PRIORITY: RECOVERY OF THE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER AND COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER.))
SUPER=01-Robert Francis/Nat'l Transportation Safety Board;
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OUT Q=cockpit voice recorder."
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A Lynchburg delegation talks about the crash- The group was on the same flight two and half weeks ago.
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ANCHOR=Jean


Join us for News 7 at eleven.

TWA-Crash


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Plane Crash


Recovering victims is the top priority at the TWA Crash site-
That's according to Federal officials tonight-
Their next priority- The wreckage- specifically recovering the so called black boxes- and determining the cause.
Byron Harlen is standing by with the latest from Long Island.
SUPER=01-Byron Harlen/CBS News
SUPER=05-Moriches, NY
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SUPER=01-Robert Francis/Nat'l Transportation Safety Bd;
SUPER=01-James Kallstrom/FBI;
SUPER=01-Charles Welti/Suffolk County Medical Examiner;
SUPER=01-Montoursville, PA;
SUPER=07-Rev. Gary Finn;
RUNS=:00
OUT Q=back to you

((The search continues in the Atlantic as investigators try to figure out what happened to TWA Flight 800. The 747 exploded in mid-air off the coast of Long Island, killing all on board.

SOT Robert Francis, Vice Chairman of NTSB

Until we are convinced that there is one thing to focus on, we'll look at a full spectrum of possibilities. 9:30ish

SOT James Kallstrom, FBI, Asst.Dir., New York

We are very interested in citizens who ca7/8 tgll us what they saw. . 9;32ish
Speculation centers on a bomb.
Civilians worked alongside with the Coast Guard in a futile search for survivors. Bodies were gradually brought to shore, where the victims will be painstakingly identified.
Charles Wetli, Suffolk County Medical Examiner Massive blunt force injuries was the cause of death in most of the bodies recovered so far. 17:41:30
A crane collected crash fragments of the jumbo jet, some as big as twenty feet long. Pieces of the passe7/8ger's lives were pulled, bit by bit, from the Atlantic Ocean. A shoe.. a bag... an envelope with pictures.

(Locator: Montoursville, Pa.)



NAT SOT UP Service


In Montoursville, Pennsylvania, a prayer service was held for the 16 high school French Club students and their five chaperones who were on the Paris bound flight.

SOT Rev. Gary Finn


It took twenty five iowrs fos TWA to release the names of the people who were on the plane, one reason why relatives of the victims have expressed anger toward the airline.
Byron Harlan, CBS News, East Moriches, New York.))

L'burg-Delegation


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#96-61
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Just two and a half weeks ago a Lynchburg delegation was on T-W-A Flight 800, heading to Paris.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg


Frank Britt and members of a Lynchburg committee spent six days in France.
They were working on a sister city agreement with the city of (Ray Mahl-may-zone) Reuil-Mailmaison.
Britt says reports of the same flight going down left him shaken.
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SOT 6:26:03
IN Q=I said

((FRANK BRITT/SISTER CITY DELEGATION: I SAID `OH NO, NOT ANOTHER CRASH', AND I REALIZED IT WAS A TWA FLIGHT AND THEN THEY SAID IT WAS THE FLIGHT FROM JFK TO DE GAULLE, AND YOU CAN'T IMAGINE WHAT WENT THROUGH MY MIND. I SAID THIS COULD HAVE BEEN ME AND EVERYONE ELSE WHO WAS ON THE PLANE THAT I KNEW. IT WAS SCARY, IT WAS VERY SCARY.))
SUPER=01-Frank Britt/Sister City Delegation; :00
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OUT Q=it was very scary.
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Britt and Lynchburg College president Charles Warren were two of the people on that July 1st flight.
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Whitewater


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Clinton


Another Whitewater jury hears from President Clinton.
In videotaped testimony, the President said he never promised state jobs to two bankers in exchange for their political support.
The Arkansas bankers are accused of using bank money to pay off contributions to Clinton's campaign for Governor.

First-Baptist


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE#96-53
GRAPHIC=Fire aftermath


Rubble is all that remains tonight where the first black church in Roanoke used to stand.
This afternoon the old First Baptist Church was brought down.
Jay Moore was there.
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SOT
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SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=07-John Reynolds; :17
SUPER=07-Lanban Reid; :42
SUPER=04-November 1990; :50
SUPER=04-Amateur Video -- April 22, 1995; 1:01
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OUT Q=nEWS 7

(( The old First Baptist Church overcame many hurdles throughout its 97- year- history.
But it couldn't overcome a decision that its congregation made to raze what was left of the structure following arson.
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(( ))
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SOT 14:01:09
IN Q=I was baptized

((JOHN REYNOLDS: I WAS BAPTIZED HERE. MY FAMILY COME UP IN THIS CHURCH. WE'RE JUST REALLY GOING TO MISS IT.))
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=miss it.


The demolition of the church may have been a lot more than the construction crew bargained for.
After two attempts to pull down the 97- year- old structure using a bulldozer and cables...the process was delayed further while crews waited for a crane.
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SOT 14:00:26
IN Q=I'm a member

((LANBAN REID: I'M A MEMBER OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. I WAS BAPTIZED IN THAT CHURCH. IT WAS A LOT OF SENTIMENTAL VALUE. I'LL MISS IT. IT WAS A REAL PART OF ME.))
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OUT Q=part of me.


Old First Baptist was the first black church in the Roanoke area.
Its first congregation started construction with only 11 dollars in the bank.
Several years ago a group of artists and actors tried to resurrect it as an arts center.
But that was put to a halt after the church was gutted in April of last year when two juveniles set fire to the building.
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SOT 14:01:16
IN Q=We're just going

((REYNOLDS: WE'RE JUST GOING TO REALLY MISS IT BUT IT HAS TO GO AND BESIDES IT'S JUST BRICK AND MORTAR AND OUR MAIN MISSION, AS FAR AS CHRISTIANS, IS PEOPLE NOT JUST BRICK AND MORTAR.))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=brick and mortar.
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SOT 14:00:40
IN Q=In time everything has

((REID: IN TIME EVERYTHING HAS TO GO SO I CAN ADJUST TO THAT TOO.))
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OUT Q=to that to.


In Roanoke, Jay Moore, News 7.))
Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
Coming up next on News 7 at 11,
Some former employees of the Roanoke Times say a plan of continuous improvements is causing more problems than improvement,
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and we'll see why a New River Valley theater group is turning to an all kids cast who'll work hard for Peanuts.
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Patrick in Wx Center Roll Lake Levels MUSIC UP FULL

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7/18A-Roanoke-Times


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#96-60
GRAPHIC=Changing Times


Many employees at the Roanoke Times complain the paper spends too much time worrying about HOW it does things, rather than the quality of the paper it puts out.
Len Besthoff explains in part four of Changing Times at the Roanoke Times.
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SOT
IN Q=A program
SUPER=03-Salem; :13
SUPER=01-Ginny Melton/Medeco Employee; :17
SUPER=@Len1; :25
SUPER=01-Ham Smith/W&L Journalism Professor; :34
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :45
SUPER=01-Wendy Zomparelli/Roanoke Times Editor; 1:03
SUPER=01-Edmund Arnold/Newspaper Consultant; 1:26
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OUT Q=LB, News-7.

((
A program called Continuous Improvement, or C-I, has played a huge role in making manufacturers such as Medeco Security Locks more efficient.
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SOT MEDECO TAPE 01:10:30
IN Q=It's cut

((GINNY MELTON/MEDECO EMPLOYEE: WHERE WE USED TO WORK ORDERS AND LET THEM SIT FOR WEEKS AT A TIME, NOW THE PROCESS IS SO MUCH BETTER. ))
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=much better.


In 1990 Landmark Communications became something of a pioneer when it had all of its newspapers, including The Roanoke Times, adopt the program.
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SOT 11:15:35
IN Q=A lot

((HAM SMITH/JOURNALISM PROFESSOR: A LOT OF STANDARD MANAGEMENT THINGS THAT YOU HEAR, IN BANKS AND INSURANCE COMPANIES, AND ON THE FLOOR OF THE PRODUCTION COMPANIES ARE NOW COMING IN THE NEWSROOMS.))
SUPER=01-Ham Smith/Journalism Professor;
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=the newsrooms.


C-I, which stresses flattening management and having employee teams make decisions, has brought savings in the Roanoke Times' production oriented departments.
The paper says C-I prevented newsroom layoffs, and its heavy emphasis on customer feedback has improved its focus on its readers.
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SOT 8:24:46 ZOMPARELLI TAPE 2
IN Q=We recruit

((WENDY ZOMPARELLI/ROANOKE TIMES EDITOR: WE RECRUIT READERS WHO WILL UNDERTAKE TO ANSWER A SERIES OF QUESTIONS EVERYDAY ABOUT THE PAPER.))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=about the paper.


Many staffers remain uncomfortable with C-I's mandatory team meetings and strict measurement of things like how many stories people write.
Edmund Arnold, a longtime newspaper consultant now semi-retired and living in Roanoke, says C-I's group decision making philosophy just doesn't work.
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SOT 14:30:56 TIMES TAPE #3
IN Q=I think

((EDMUND ARNOLD/NEWSPAPER CONSULTANT: I THINK IT'S A PILE OF STUFF. I THINK IT'S STUPID IN NOT ONLY THE NEWSPAPER BUSINESS BUT IN ANY INDUSTRY. YOU CAN'T RUN A GOOD OPERATION BY DEMOCRACY.))
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=by democracy.


We'll conclude our series by discussing how C-I, newsroom turnover, and a smaller coverage area have changed the paper.
Len Besthoff, News-7. ))

Lexington-Bus


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-58;
GRAPHIC=NONE


Lexington's only bus station will remain open for at least several more months.
City Council voted tonight to let the Greyhound bus stop stay in business.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lexington/June 13;


The station, located on main street, had been on a 30- day- trial run.
Council has decided to form a committee to determine if the stop is detrimental to the downtown area by tying up traffic.
The stop will be open at least until December 31st.
The station's manager says business has been good.
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ANCHOR=Jean
SS=None


In the last month more than 100 passengers have gotten off in Lexington while 82 people have left the city.

460-Bypass


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-62
GRAPHIC=Highway Improvements


Plans for a new route 460 bypass and Interstate connector in Christiansburg is one step closer to reality.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board approved the design today at its monthly meeting.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


It's called Alternate 3-A.
It's meant to relieve congestion on route 460 between Blacksburg and Christiansburg.
The project includes a connector with Interstate 81 by way of a new cloverleaf interchange near Falling Branch Road.
Work on the 135 million dollar project is scheduled to begin late next year.
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Mod-U-Kraf


ANCHOR=jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-57
GRAPHIC=NONE


For twenty-five years a Franklin County company has given home-buyers more options.
And on its silver anniversary... Mod-U-Kraf is seizing a GOLDEN opportunity.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;


The modular home builder officially opened its second manufacturing plant-- this one at the Franklin County/Rocky Mount Industrial Park.
The new facility is 104-thousand square feet... and cost nearly 3-million dollars.
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SOT 2:30:01
IN Q=We've got

((DALE POWELL/MOD-U-KRAF PRESIDENT: WE'VE GOT BETTER WORKING CONDITIONS FOR OUR EMPLOYEES. THIS IS... IN EVERY WAY IT'S A HUNDRED PERCENT AHEAD OF WHAT WE HAD IN THE PAST.))
SUPER=01-Dale Powell/Mod-U-Kraf President;
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OUT Q=in the past
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VO-NAT


Mod-U-Kraf will continue operating its other Rocky Mount facility.
The new plant will employ sixty MORE workers... and could quadruple overall production.
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MUSIC ON TAPE
ANCHOR=Jean
SS=none


Coming up in just a moment, Robin Reed will be along with our weekend forecast,
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VO-NAT

and there known by many names, crawdads, crawfish, little lobsters...in a moment we'll meet an aqua farmer who calls these little beauties...a cash crop.

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B'burg-Play


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-51
GRAPHIC=NONE


The Peanuts gang is on its way to Blacksburg.
Tomorrow is opening night for the Playmakers and Company Theater's production of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown," it's first production with an all- kid cast.
Tracy Altizer has a sneak preview.
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SUPER=00-Lauren Trice/"Snoopy"; :32
SUPER=01-Christina Longobardi/"Lucy"; :39
SUPER=01-Scott Call/"Schroeder"; :44
SUPER=01-Ross Thompson/"Charlie Brown"; :56
SUPER=01-Robbin Nuckolls/Director; 1:14 QUICK
SUPER=@Tracy2; 1:19
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OUT OF THE PKG BEFORE THE TAG.)
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SOT 15:15:15 NAT OF SINGING

((YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN, YOU'RE A PRINCE AND A PRINCE COULD BE KING ))
RUNS=:11


The gang's all here...Charlie Brown, piano whiz-kid Schroeder, Snoopy and Woodstock, make that THREE Woodstocks, don't forget know-it-all Lucy, and of course Charlie Brown's heartthrob, known only as the Little Red-headed girl.
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SOT 15:22:41

((SHE NIBBLES HER PENCIL, SHE'S HUMAN. ))
RUNS=:03


For these young actors and actresses, the play is a chance to forget their own human natures and be someone else.
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SOT 1532:05

((LAUREN TRICE/"SNOOPY": I LIKE BEING ABLE TO BE WILD AND CRAZY WITHOUT MY MOM GOING "YOU CAN'T DO THAT" OR "CALM DOWN." ))
SOT 15:34:43

((CHRISTINA LONGOBARDI/"LUCY": THIS IS LIKE, WHAT I HOPE TO DO WHEN I GROW UP AND IT'S REALLY FUN."))
SOT 15:36:32

((SCOTT CALL/"SCHROEDER": I THINK IT'S REALLY FUN JUST TO WORK WITH OTHER KIDS, AND THE APPLAUSE AT THE END IS REWARDING.))
RUNS=:19


Rewarding enough for most of the cast to make all the summer sacrifices worthwhile.
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SOT 15:36:32

((ROSS THOMPSON/"CHARLIE BROWN": IT'S BEEN FUN EXCEPT IT'S ALSO BEEN A LOT OF HARD WORK. I'VE HAD TO STOP PLAYING BASEBALL AND STOP 4-H CAMP. ))
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((RUM PUM PUM, RUM PUM PUM 15:18:54RUM PA PA NA RUM PUM PUM))
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The sacrifice and hard work have apparently paid off.
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SOT 15:46:33

((ROBBIN NUCKOLLS/DIRECTOR: I SET MY EXPECTATIONS REALLY HIGH, PROBABLY HIGHER THAN I PROBABLY SHOULD, BUT THEY ALWAYS RISE UP AND THEY MEET IT, YOU KNOW, IT'S BEEN GREAT. ))
RUNS=:07


Of course, Charlie Brown is the hero. But it just wouldn't be Peanuts without Lucy getting the last word.
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SOT 15:21:01

((IF ONLY HE WEREN'T SO WISHY-WASHY. ))
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Tracy Altizer, News 7.)) Wx-Tape
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S-Score


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S-American


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#S6-11
GRAPHIC=MLB


The Boston Red Sox had won 7 of 8...that is until they met Baltimore last night. The Orioles topped the BoSox 6-3 in Bean Town.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Boston, MA/Orioles vs. Red Sox; :00


The Birds Jeff Huson went after a foul ball and found himself in one fans's dinner, Jeff missed the ball but did get some free carbs.
Jose canseco...Now if I can just do this right at the plate...
B.J. Surhoff and Chris Hoiles hit SUPER=35-Baltimore/==6/Boston/=3;

Homers for the O's. The Orioles have now won 3 of their last four.
Cal Ripken got some help from John Balentine who boots this routine grounder, another run scores and the O's win by 3.
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S-Shack


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6=17
GRAPHIC=Shaquille O'Neal

The richest total sports package in history goes to the player whose game lacks the complete package, a player who has never won a championship and who puts up a subpar free throw shooting percentage.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA; :00


Yesterday the Los Angeles Lakers signed Shaquille O'Neal to a 7 year, 120 million dollar contract in an afternoon news conference from the Reebok headquarters in Atlanta. Although leaving the Orlando magic after 4 years was hard, LA and Hollywood is the place for Shack.
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SOT
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((SHAQUILLE O'NEAL/SIGNED WITH THE LAKERS:))
SUPER=01-Shaquille O'Neal/Signed with the Lakers; :00
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=...of my talents"
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VO-NAT(Con't)
SUPER=04-NCAA;
In other signings, the Minnesota Timberwolves have signed Stephon Marbury

to a three year contract worth 5.67 million dollars.
Marybury was aquired from Milwaukee on draft day, minutes after the Bucks made him the 4th overall selection.
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S-Stith


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-16
GRAPHIC=NOne
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=04-NBA; :00


One other NBA free agent note. Former Virginia star and now Denver team captain Bryant Stith has decided to stay with the Nuggets despite other lucrative offers.
Stith is close to signing a deal believed to be worth 22 million over 5 years.
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S-Jeffers


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-8
GRAPHIC=UVa football


Patrick Jeffers, one of Stith's former classmates at UVa, has signed a contract with the Denver Broncos.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Ann Arbor, MI; :00


Jeffers, who was hurt a majority of last season, was Denver's fifth round pick. The receiver is fourth all time at Virginia in receptions with 108 for 1 thousand, 785 yards and 15 touchdowns.
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S-Tour


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ksh
TAPE#=S6-13
GRAPHIC=Tour de France


Dutchman Bart Voskamp won yesterday's 18th stage of the Tour De France.
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VO-NAT ENG #
SUPER=03-Hendaye, France; :00


He captured the 93-mile Pyrenees mountain stage from Pamplona, Spain into France.
Leader Bjarne Riis finished in the main pack nearly 16 minutes behind Voskamp.
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Sports tease


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=nnoe


Still to come, former Redskins coach Joe Gibbs extends his blood lines in racing,
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VO-NAT


and Mike Stevens will have a report from Skins training camp where the Hogs are fighting the elements as well as a few minor injuries.
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#=Edit
GRAPHIC=Redskins training camp


All 84 Redskins were present and accounted for as training camp opened this morning in Frostburg, Maryland. That has'nt happened since 1991.
Mike Stevens and Photographer Scott Ayres have these gridiorn notes from Frostburg State University.
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SUPER=@Mike1; :45
SUPER=01-Ken Harvey/Redskins Linebacker; :56
SUPER=01-Andre Johnson/First Round Draft Pick; 1:25
RUNS=1:37
OUT Q=.........News 7 sports.
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S-Coy


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-33
GRAPHIC=Joe Gibbs


Former Redskin head coach Joe Gibbs is getting deeper into racing. His son, Coy is climbing the late model stock ranks.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Franklin Co.; :00


Coy has raced cars on the legends circuit and just recently opened up a shop in North Carolina to build Late Model Stocks.
In the next two weeks Coy will be among the field of late model stock Cars in an upcoming Franklin County Speedway race.
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SOT
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((COY GIBBS/LATE MODEL STOCK DRIVER: ))
SUPER=01-Coy Gibbs/Late Model Stock Driver; :
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OUT Q=........as you go."
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power-outage


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=amo
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=none


We've all heard about power outages caused by squirrels or birds crawling into transformers--
In Charlottesville, the power outage involved a four-foot iguana.
Half of the city was without power yesterday after an iguana crawled atop a utility pole, inches away from 40-thousand volts.
Rather than risk an outage -- and frying the iguana -- Virginia Power workers shut down the line for a couple of minutes.
The iguana was not injured.

Crayfish


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-46
GRAPHIC=None


In Louisiana, they call them crawfish.
At Smith Mountain Lake, they call them bait.
But one Virginia farmer calls them Virginia crayfish -- and argues that bite for bite, they can lick Cajun crawfish with one claw tied behind their backs.
Ellen Qualls has her story.
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SUPER=01-Janet Sutton/Crayfish Farmer; :52
SUPER=@Ellen2; 1:13
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OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Kilmarnock.


(( It's a niche market at best.
But the these feisty little crustaceans are the cream of the crop as crayfish go, and Janet Sutton wants others to get hooked.
Other crayfish farmers that is -- who'll take the Virginia's Finest label she's earned for her acres of crayfish statewide.
sot 03;23;14 tape one

((JANET SUTTON/CRAYFISH FARMER: IT MAKES A NICE WATERFOWL HABITAT... WITH THE HERONS. laugh))
runs=:09


For Sutton, it was a way to use wetlands for farming.
But if you're into the really exotic, you can raise tropical ones inside.
nat sot 03:50:29 TAPE ONE

((THEY'RE CALLED BLUE LOBSTERS... WILL DIE IN THE VIRGINIA WATERS.))
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The secret for these gourmet beauties is NOT in the sauce -- it's in the purging.
Sutton harvests the crayfish, March through early July, and holds them in aerated tanks until they've cleaned out their little insides.
sot TAPE TWO 04:05:04

((IN THE DEEP SOUTH ...COOKING THEM IN MUD.))
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And if pinching the tails and sucking the heads is NOT your style -- feed 'em to the fish. Ellen Qualls, News 7, Kilmarnock.)) They make great bait.