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Up next on News 7 at eleven-
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The FBI says it needs more evidence in the TWA crash investigation.
A twister is captured on videotape in Wisconsin.
Plus tornadoes rip through one Maryland community- damaging 40 homes.
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Robin with our weekend forecast.
News 7 is next.

TWA-Crash


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Plane crash Investigation


Investigators are still wrestling with whether the T-W-A crash was an accident or a crime.
The F-B-I says it is not leaning in either direction yet.
It needs more evidence and is looking to the public for help.
Byron Harlan is covering the events and has the latest tonight from East Moriches, New York.
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Choppy seas and high winds slowed down the search in the chilly Atlantic Ocean today.
The coast guard is now combing a 500 square mile area for bodies and debris.
They've already recovered quite a bit of wreckage, but the two most important pieces, the flight recorders, are still missing.
At a briefing tonight, investigator Robert Francis re-stated that Flight 800 reported no problems before the explosion.
ROBERT FRANCIS/NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD: AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL REPORTED NO DISTRESS OR MAYDAY CALLS.
Two days after the disaster, there seems little doubt that investigators are looking for evidence of a bomb.
CBS news reports the feds believe there's no other explanation for what happened Wednesday night, although publicly, the FBI says it's still exploring all possibilities.
JIM KALLSTROM/FBI NY: WE HAVE A LOT OF SCENARIOS, A LOT OF POSSIBILITIES, AND THEY'RE ALL UP THERE ON THE BOARD.
So far, only a handful of the recovered bodies have been identified.
The local medical examiner says, based on what he has seen, the 230 victims probably died quickly.
CHARLES WETLI/SUFFOLK COUNTY MEDICAL EXAMINER: MOST WERE UNCONSCIOUS IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE EXPLOSION, IF NOT ALL OF THEM.

Families


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Grieving relatives gathered at a hotel near New York's Kennedy airport.
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The Red Cross is on hand helping with the healing process.
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((DR. LEAH BLUMBERG-LAPIDUS/AMERICAN RED CROSS: IT'S AMAZING THAT PEOPLE ARE VERY RESILENT. OF COURSE THERE'S THE SHOCK AND THE UNKNOWING AND THE HOPE IN THE IMMEDIATE HOURS THE HOPE THAT MAYBE YOUR PERSON WASN'T ON THAT PLANE FOR SOME REASON.))
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Red Cross workers say some relatives are handling the grief better than others- each person works through this time in their own way.
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RU-486


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Abortion


The French Abortion Pill is getting a boost from one group.
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VO-NAT
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A panel of scientific advisors is now recommending the Food and Drug Administration approve the pill.
Experts say the benefits of RU-486 outweigh the risks.
The F-D-A commissioner David Kessler says he hopes to make a decision within two months.
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Stallings


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-49
GRAPHIC=NONE


Police in three jurisdictions say amateur golfer and former school teacher Penny Stallings got caught up in a reverse drug buy last month.
Busted in Botetourt County, Stallings agreed to let drug enforcement agents search her home in Salem.
They allegedly found enough cocaine to show intent to distribute, plus at least half an ounce of marijuana and some simple amphetamine.
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Stallings is best known for her success on the links... as a three-time winner of the Roanoke Valley Hall of Fame Women's Golf Tournament.
She retired from the Salem schools with a disability in June of LAST year.
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ANCHOR=Jean
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She taught Phys Ed at Salem High School and at Andrew Lewis Middle School.
Though all this started when she allegedly set out to buy two ounces of cocaine June third, she has NOT been officialy charged with that.
A grand jury returned a three-count indictment against her today in Salem.

Jail-Hanging


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-59
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A Lynchburg woman is dead after hanging herself in a jail cell this afternoon.
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The 35-year old woman name has not been released. She was brought to the jail annex after she was allegedly found drunk in public.
Jailers had given her a sheet at her request, but when they checked five minutes later, she hanged herself with it.
The woman was pronounced dead on arrival at Lynchburg General Hospital.
Sheriff Lawrence Simpson says the woman had been in jail several times before, but never showed suicidal tendencies.
An investigation is underway.
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Singer


ANCHOR=jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-49
GRAPHIC=Singer Furniture


A Roanoke furniture plant has officially closed its doors.
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VO-NAT
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About 2 months ago, nearly 300 workers were got layoff notices.
Today they said goodbye.
For many, it was an emotional day- filled with uncertainty and disdain.
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((CAROLYN ANDERSON/LAID OFF WORKER: EIGHTEEN YEARS OF MY WHOLE LIFE, WASTED FOR NOTHING. NO RETIREMENT, NO NOTHING. )) ((WILLIAM SUMMIT/LAID OFF WORKER: WONDERING. WONDERING WILL I FIND ANOTHER JOB OR NOT. ))
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The last day was scheduled for Wednesday of next week but company officials said all of the work was complete.
Plant workers, however, will get paid through July 24th.
Administrative employees were able to keep their jobs.
About 20 other workers will stay on for a few more months to keep inventory.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
Coming up next on News 7 at 11, new jobs are coming to the New River Valley,
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and we'll hear from the Tuskegee Airman, as the elite War World Two pilots bring their message of encouragement to some future college students.
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Patrick in Wx Center Roll Lake Levels MUSIC UP FULL

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Wreck-Lawsuit


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-55
GRAPHIC=lAWSUIT


A wrongful death lawsuit in connection with a fatal accident in Danville has been settled.
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Twelve-year old Jami Earles and her 10-year old brother James died when the car they were riding in was broadsided by a dump truck October 19th.
Their mother, Tammy Mustain sued to recover the cost of the childrens' funerals.
Today, Nationwide Insurance agreed to pay Mustain 100- thousand dollars.
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((TOM BLAIR/MUSTAIN'S ATTORNEY: THIS IS A WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIM, THERE'S NEVER ENOUGH MONEY TO COMPENSATE PEOPLE FOR THEIR LOSS, BUT GIVEN THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT WAS THERE AND WE GOT IT ALL, THAT'S THE BEST WE CAN DO UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES.))
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19-thousand dollars will go to two young relatives of the victims.
The victim's biological fathers will each receive five hundred dollars.
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Arsenal


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WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-46
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The Radford Army Ammunition plant is preparing to welcome another commercial tenant.
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Congressman Rick Boucher announced today Air Products and Chemicals of Pennsylvania will provide 62 jobs at the arsenal.
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The company has contracted Alliant Techsystems, which operates the arsenal for the Army, to produce D-N-T, a chemical used in polyurethane foams.
Boucher hopes the arrival of a third commercial operator will have a snowball effect.
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((REP. RICK BOUCHER/(D) NINTH DISTRICT: EVERY NEW ITEM OF WORK THAT COMES TO THE RADFORD ARSENAL MAKES IT INCREMENTALLY EASIER TO ADD THE NEXT ITEM OF WORK. AND THE REASON FOR THAT IS THAT THE OVERALL COST OF OPERATING THE FACILITY PER UNIT OF ITEM PRODUCED GOES DOWN. ))
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Production for Air Products and Chemicals will begin as soon as Alliant secures the necessary regulatory approval.
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Patrick-Henry


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-54
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The Patrick Henry Hotel remains a step ahead of the repo man.
The U-S Department of Housing and Urban Development had scheduled an auction for today...
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because the Hotel was behind in its mortgage payments.
Tonight the hotel's owner says Affirmative Equities has reached "an amicable settlement with HUD... so the Hotel will NOT be sold."
Affirmative Equities inherited the mortgage when it bought the place in 1988 for three million dollars.
The company has invested another three and a quarter million in it since.
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7/19A-Roanoke-Times


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


Tonight we conclude our series Changing Times at the Roanoke Times.
Len Besthoff examines if the changes that've taken place since the early 90's have diminished the quality of the most widely read newspaper in our area.
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(( In the last five years, the Roanoke Times reduced its main coverage area from 19 counties to six, lost close to a dozen frontline journalists, and some say newsroom morale has been hurt by a strictly run team management program.
Has this affected the quality of the Roanoke Times' news product? Many believe it has.
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((DOUG PARDUE/FORMER ROANOKE TIMES REPORTER: AND I HAVE QUITE A FEW FRIENDS, WHO ARE PEOPLE I'VE COVERED, PEOPLE I KNEW IN THE COMMUNITY, LAWYERS, POLICE PROSECUTORS, BUSINESS PEOPLE, AND UNIFORMLY MANY OF THEM TELL ME THAT THE PAPER HAS SLIPPED, HAS SLIPPED, AND SLIPPED NOTICEABLY.))
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Awards are an incomplete measure of quality, but you can develop a pattern from them which means something.
The Roanoke Times was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in 1988, 89 and 90...but hasn't been since.
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((SANDRA BROWN KELLY/ROANOKE TIMES REPORTER: SOMETIMES IT'S TIMING. IT'S, THE SUBJECT IS THERE, AND THE PERSON IS THERE, OR THE PEOPLE ARE THERE TO PULL IT TOGETHER. AND IT CLICKS. IN ANOTHER YEAR, IT MIGHT NOT.))
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Even discounting the Pulitzer, staffers admit the paper has won fewer writing and reporting awards.
The person in charge of the Roanoke Times' newsroom notes it has dominated the competition for Virginia's Copeland Award.
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((WENDY ZOMPARELLI/ROANOKE TIMES EDITOR: SINCE 1990 WE HAVE WON IT FOUR TIMES COMPETING WITH MUCH BIGGER NEWSPAPERS. THIS IS FOR EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM THAT MAKES AN IMPACT AND HELPS DEVELOP A COMMUNITY. ))
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Even if many at the paper believe its last few years were subpar, it may be turning a corner.
Many staffers are more comfortable with the team management structure and the smaller coverage area, recent hires are gaining experience, and the paper is online.
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(( But the ultimate judges of the paper are its readers.
They will decide if this paper is worth buying, or not.
Len Besthoff, News-7. ))
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MUSIC ON TAPE
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Coming next on News 7, a former Hostage from Lebanon passes away,
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and we'll have dramatic video as tornadoes hit Maryland and Wisconsin.
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Tuskegee-Airmen


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE# 96-52
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They were a part of history more than 50 years ago.
But today in Lexington, two members of the Tuskegee Airmen used their knowledge to help make better futures for "at risk" high school students.
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Curtis Robinson and Woodrow Crockett were at V-M-I this afternoon sharing their real life experiences with minority male students.
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((CURTIS ROBINSON/TUSKEGEE AIRMEN: WE HAD A LOT OF RACISM AND SEGREGATION WAS THE LAW. WE HAD TO FIGHT THROUGH THAT BUT THESE KIDS HAVE GUNS AND DOPE AND OTHER STUFF TO GO THROUGH, SO THEY HAVE A TOUGH TIME.))
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SUPER=04-"The Tuskegee Airmen"- HBO;


The Tuskegee Experiment was concocted during World War II to show that African-Americans could not fly fighter planes.
Instead, it proved just the opposite.
The airmen are now regarded as among the world's finest pilots.
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((WOODROW CROCKETT/TUSKEGEE AIRMEN: WE THOUGHT THIS WAS AN EXPERIMENT BOTH THE AIR AND CREW PERSONNEL. WE WORKED VERY HARD TO MAKE SURE WE DID OUR JOB WELL AND EVENTUALLY IT WOULD BE RECOGNIZED.))
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This is the 10th year V-M-I has hosted the College Orientation Workshop.
The three-week program helps students prepare for college.
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Jenco


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


The Reverend Lawrence Jenco- who was held hostage in Lebanon- has died.
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SUPER=@File;


Jenco was a Roman Catholic priest held by Islamic Radicals for 18 months in the mid 1980's.
Jenco died in Chicago today of cancer. He was 61.
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Maryland-Tornado


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WRITER=JJA
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Tornadoes ripped through one Maryland neighborhood last this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Gamber, MD;


The twisters ripped off roofs, damaged walls and left debris scattered across lawns and roads-
The system tore therough the Four Seasons development in Gamber, Maryland.
It left extensive damage to more than 40 homes.
Two young children were reportedly blown out of house- They are in stable condition tonight at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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Tornado


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Tornado


A huge tornado hit Wisconsin- injuring 17 people and leaving hundreds more homeless.
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SUPER=03-Oakfield, WI/Amateur Video;


A resident captured the twister on videotape-
The tornado blew in last night uprooting trees, and knocking out power.
Heavy rain afterward also caused millions in damage.
The Governor is declaring the area a state of emergency.
Six of the injured are still in the hospital, although none of the injuries are life threatening.
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S-Dawgs


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-14
GRAPHIC=Riverdawgs


Not a lot of fans turned out to watch the dawgs tonight. Better watch though, they are one point out of first place in the Eastern Conference's Northern Division and the playoffs begin in two weeks.
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The wind was "a blowin" as the dawgs took on the Wilmington Hammerheads at Cave Spring Junior.
Wrestling or soccer? what's your preference. The Hammerheads Chuck panos pulls the dawgs Mike Botta to the ground, Botta says I'll have none of that and then gets a elbow to the face...no call.
SUPER=34-Roanoke/==1/Wilmington/==0;

Nathan Fairchild is just wide with this shot. Ian Spooner scored in the 83rd minute to give Roanoke the 1-nothing victory.
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S-Avalanche


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-CL-96
GRAPHIC=Avalanche


After 16 days on the road, and a stretch that contained 7 losses in 8 games, it is safe to say the Avalanche was relieved to return to the friendly confines of Memorial Stadium. Wilmington spolied the homecoming early.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Avalanche vs. Blue Rocks;


The homesick Avalanche was glad to see the home crowd.
We pick up the action in the 5th, tied at 2. The Blue Rocks load the bases for Sergio Nunez, who hits into this fielder's choice. Donovan Delaney comes in to make it a 3-2 game.
Still in the 5th, Carlos Mendez drops a single into center scoring Jimmie
Byington, but Julio Montilla SUPER=34-Wilmington/==4/Salem/==5;

isn't so lucky. He gets thrown out at the plate, but Salem comes back to win it 5 to 4.
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S-MLB


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-13
GRAPHIC=MLB


To the majors where the Oakland A's and the Texas rangers put on a homerun derby for the fans.
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VO-NAT #eng
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The ring leader...you guest it, Mark McGuire. Popey hit his 34th and 35th homeruns on the season and he did it back to back.
The rangers also speak softly and carry big sticks.
Ivan Rodriguez nails this pitch, the best catcher in baseball right now!!
Juan Gonzalez also gave a fan a souvenir,, right now, the A's lead 9-5 in the ___.
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S-Baseball


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-12
GRAPHIC=None
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VO-NAT #eng
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Time to go fishing. Phillies against the marlins in National League action. But it was Philadelphia that got hooked as Florida pounds the Phils 11 to 2.
devon White crushed this grand SUPER=35-Florida/=11/Philadelphia/==2;

slam in the 8th. It was his 8th on the year.
Chris Hammonds gets the win to improve to 3 and 5.
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S-Qualify


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=R-33
GRAPHIC=Pocono


It was a long day at Long Pond as qualifying for Sunday's Miller 500 at Pocono International Raceway was postponed because of rain. Drivers will qualify tomorrow morning at 9.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Long Pond, PA/Prime; :00


6 drivers did qualify for the 17th race of the season. Bobby hamilton and the STP Pontiac turned the 2.5 mile tri oval first.
Michael Waltrip then qualified the Wood Brothers Ford at a speed of 165.386 miles per hour.
Last week's winner Ernie Irvan qualified third in the Texaco Havoline Thunderbird,
Of the 6 drivers who did get on the track, Johnny Benson had the best time. Most of the 41 car field has had to play the waiting game all day with rain that affects teams mentally and physically.
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((JEFF GORDON/CURRENTLY 3RD IN POINTS:))
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S-British


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-14
GRAPHIC=Golf


Tom Lehman and Irishman Paul McGinley share the lead after two rounds at the British Open. Both are 8 under par, however McGinley had the shot of the day.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Lytham, England; :00


The luck of the irish was with him.On 9, he makes the perfect shot that falls near the cup..and then rolls in for the hole in one. He fired a 6 under 65 today of a 2 day total of 134.
Lehman was more balanced, he completed his second straight round at 67. Here he birdies 17.
The golden bear is in contention!!! He is one shot off the lead at 7 under, He shot a 66 today.
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S-Score


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Sports tease


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
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We are hardly through with sports, (----------------)
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the driving rain drove these hogs indoors for practice, Mike Stevens has the inside scoop on the Redskins QB questions when we come back!
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#ST5-21
GRAPHIC=Skin training camp


Redskins training camp and some inclement weather teamed up again at Frostburg State University in Maryland, forcing the team INSIDE for practice.
Mike Stevens and photographer Scott Ayers also went inside...inside to find out what the deal is with Washington's two sided, double edged, quarterback situation.
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Teacher-Camp


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=bmy
TAPE#96-50
GRAPHIC=Education


Ten Franklin County elementary school teachers are getting a valuble lesson right in their own backyards
In a program run by a Ferrum College professor, the teachers are learning how to get children excited about science and their enviroment.
Beth Myer jas more.
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bug....
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((ISN'T HE BEAUTIFUL? LOOK AT THAT CREST BACK FROM HIS HEAD! ))
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Teachers are exploring the backyards of four Franklin County Elementary Schools so they can plan lessons to include the things they find in the schoolyard.
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((BOB POHLAD/FERRUM COLLEGE PROFESSOR: UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE IS NOT JUST A TEXTBOOK THING. WE WANT THEM TO USE HANDS ON TO GET THE CHILDREN EXCITED AND HAVE CHILDREN WORK TO REALLY FEEL SCIENCE IS PART OF THEIR LIVES AND HOPEFULLY CONTINUE TO APPRECIATE IT. ))
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The teachers are drawing maps of what they discover.
Pohlad says HOW the teachers learn to incorporate the schoolyard into their lessons will be part of a training manual used nationwide for ecologists and teachers.
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((PENELOPE LYNCH/SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER: THIS REALLY GIVES US A WAY TO GET KIDS OUT OF THE CLASSROOM AND ONTO THE PLAY GROUND AND REALIZE THE BIODIVERSITY WE HAVE HERE IN THE SCHOOL YARD. ))
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Children will be encouraged to take what they learn to their own backyards.
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((PAT MILLER/ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER: WE'RE TALKING ABOUT THE SCHOOLYARD IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD SO THE PLANTS AND CRITTERS ARE WHAT THEY'LL FIND IN THEIR BACKYARD AND WE HOPE WHAT THEY LEARN HERE THEY'LL TAKE HOME AND APPLY THAT KNOWLEDGE TO THEIR EXPERIENCE THERE. ))
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Teachers are getting college credit for the camp and will attend several follow up sessions during the school year. Beth Myer, News 7, Franklin Co.))

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