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HEADLINES

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Search teams will try again today to videotape a large object on the ocean floor -- which officials hope is the fuselage of the Boeing 747.
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And a pipe bomb is discovered at one of the nation's busiest airports. wx-head
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News 7 Mornin' is next.

Bombing


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At least six people are dead and 20 wounded after an explosion ripped through the airport terminal in Lahore, Pakistan.
It's not clear what caused the blast, but doctors treating the injured said some of the wounds appeared to be caused by shrapnel.

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Meantime there was a security scare last night at a major U-S airport.
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A crude pipe bomb was discovered at Chicago's O'Hare international airport.
The bomb squad safely detonated the device found lying on the tarmac of an air charter service.
O'Hare Airport was already on heightened security after two separate bomb threats forced the search of three airplanes.
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TWA-Crash


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Investigators of downed T-W-A Flight 800 have spotted a large chunk of debris off the coast of Long Island.
Navy divers today plan to try and videotape the mass to confirm it is part of the wreckage.
When the divers do descend, finding the so-called black boxes -- the two flight recorders -- will be the priority, because they could hold clues as to what caused the 7-47 to blow up.
Liz Mullen has the latest.
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One person is missing and at least 15 others injured after an explosion at a sugar refinery in Nebraska.
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The explosion shook the small town of Scottsbluff.
It leveled seven of eight silos and scattered plywood and sugar up to a mile away.
Rescue efforts for a missing worker are being hampered by ground vibrations which officials fear could topple the remaining silo.
The cause of the accident is believed to be sugar dust ignited by an unknown source.
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River-Ax


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OSHA officials are trying to figure out why a 15- year- old boy was electrocuted on the banks of the James River in Botetourt County.
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It happened yesterday morning.
The teen, his brother, and three other friends were apparently in a boat on the river when they went ashore near the James River Limestone Plant.
Officials believe the teenager was electrocuted when he got too close to an electric wire that was hooked to a pump.
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Authorities believe the voltage was AT LEAST four to eight times greater than normal household levels.
Police have not released the teen's name, pending notification of family.
But rescue squad personnel say the teen was from Wisconsin, visiting relatives in the area.

Dolan


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The U-S has struck Olympic gold.
Swimmer Tom Dolan brought America its first gold medal yesterday, winning the men's 400 meter individual medley.
The second gold also came in swimming -- in the men's 800-meter freestyle relay.
On tap today -- the Dream Team versus Angola.

1-Sports


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In other sports news -- the Salem Avalanche rolled over the Blue Rocks yesterday.
Roy Stanley has the highlights.
Good morning Roy.
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One-Larry


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(Roll cue:) Opening ceremonies of the Olympics Friday night.
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((As the top athletes in the world compete for the gold over the next few weeks, some of the top television production people in the country will be manning some of the most sophisticated equipment in the business today.
This years Miss Virginia pageant was a road test for this $3.5 million production facility.
Jefferson Pilot Sports & Entertainment has taken a tractor trailer and turned it into something hotter than the olympic flame.
Featuring all the conveniences of home, a director needs everything at his fingertips. A wall of fifty-eight monitors will enable them to give us the best seat possible.
A state-of-the art audio room is filled with rows of knobs, mixers, & faders, on a 48 input console board to bring that Olympic sound into our homes. There's a room with joy sticks that control the camera lens and flesh tones. And numerous patch panels filled with wires and cables.
One of the hot spots during the 21 day event will be the edit area for daily features. This is where the director and producer work closely with the video tape editor.
So the actual gold for this years Olympic Games may sit on 18 wheels bringing you a picture from the games.))
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Clinton


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President Clinton plans to focus on the Internet during a speech in Denver this morning.
He'll propose using the net to crack down on parents who neglect child support payments.
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Mr. Clinton is in Denver today on his biggest political fund-raising excursion of the year.
His three-day swing through the west is expected to raise about five- million dollars for democrats.
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Dole


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Meantime, Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole is 73 today.
On the eve of his birthday he wasn't talking about age, but his doctor released a health report that says he's in good shape.
Dole has low blood pressure, no signs of heart disease and a low cholesterol level.
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7/22-Common-Sense


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Ever wonder how much your worth? It's not that hard to find out.
Len Besthoff explains in this week's edition of Common Sense.
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((In this week's edition of Common Sense, Certified Financial Planner David Cissel will tell us about one of the most important steps in planning your finances, and that is determining your net worth.))
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((DAVID CISSEL/CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER: WELL THE FIRST THING YOU NEED TO DO IS GATHER SOME RECORDS. YOU NEED TO GATHER YOUR BANK ACCOUNT STATEMENTS, ANY INVESTMENT ACCOUNT STATEMENTS YOU HAVE, GET INFORMATION FROM YOUR EMPLOYER ABOUT INVESTMENT FUNDS AND RETIREMENT FUNDS, RETIREMENT FUNDS. IF YOU OWN A HOME HOW MUCH YOUR HOUSE IS WORTH, MAYBE THE VALUE OF YOUR AUTOMOBILES. THEN YOU ADD ALL THOSE UP AND THAT SHOWS YOU HOW MUCH YOU OWN. THEN THE NEXT STEP IS TO FIND OUT HOW MUCH YOU OWE. SO YOU WANNA LOOK AT CREDIT CARD STATEMENTS, YOUR MORTGAGE BALANCE, ANY OUTSTANDING BILLS YOU HAVE. AND THEN YOU SIMPLY SUBTRACT WHAT YOU OWN FROM THE VALUE OF WHAT YOU OWE, AND THAT WILL SHOW WHAT YOUR NET WORTH IS.))
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2-Scores


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In sports --
Baltimore capitalized on Boston's tenth-inning mistakes to post a 10-to-6 victory over the Red Sox.
Let's check out the scoreboards.
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
An explosion rips through an airport in Pakistan.
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Meantime, a security guard finds a crude pipe bomb at O'Hare International Airport, and officials detonate it safely.
The incident came after an anxious day with two earlier phoned in bomb threats, and searches of three different planes.
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Investigators plan to try again to identify a 15-foot high object rising from the ocean floor off New York's Long Island.
A Navy ship also will deliver an unmanned, underwater robot to help divers search for wreckage from T-W-A Flight 800.
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And damage is estimated at tens of millions of dollars in a weekend explosion that nearly demolished a Nebraska sugar plant.
One man is missing and 15 other employees were injured in the blast.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday the 22nd of July.
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Plane-Crash


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Search and recovery crews will try again today to locate more wreckage of T-W-A flight 800 and the plane's crucial data and cockpit voice recorders.
Problems with an underwater video camera yesterday foiled an attempt to inspect what may be a large fuselage section submerged under more than a hundred feet of water.
Another body was recovered yesterday, the one-hundred-first of the 230 victims of the T-W-A disaster.
Liz Mullen joins us with the latest.
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THREAT


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Authorities say at least six people are dead and 20 wounded after an explosion tore through an airport in Pakistan.
Reports indicate the blast occurred near a telephone booth close to the main departure lounge just moments before Pakistan International Airlines flight 715 was to leave for Karachi.
It's not clear what caused the explosion.
Meantime, some scary moments last night at Chicago's O'Hare Airport.
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A security guard found a pipe bomb lying on a tarmac outside an air charter service.
The bomb squad safely detonated the device.
The airport was already on heightened security after two separate bomb threats prompted a search of three airplanes.
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explosion


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One person is still missing after an explosion and fire at a sugar plant in western Nebraska.
At least 15 workers were injured.
The explosion leveled seven of eight silos and scattered plywood and sugar up to a mile away.
Rescue efforts for a missing worker are being hampered by ground vibrations which officials fear could topple the remaining silo.
The cause of the accident is believed to be sugar dust ignited by an unknown source.
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River-Ax


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OSHA officials are trying to figure out why a 15- year- old boy was electrocuted on the banks of the James River in Botetourt County.
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It happened yesterday morning.
The teen, his brother, and three other friends were apparently in a boat on the river when they went ashore near the James River Limestone Plant.
Officials believe the teenager was electrocuted when he got too close to an electric wire that was hooked to a pump.
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Authorities believe the voltage was AT LEAST four to eight times greater than normal household levels.
Police have not released the teen's name, pending notification of family.
But rescue squad personnel say the teen was from Wisconsin, visiting relatives in the area.

Tech-Survey


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A recent telephone survey by Virginia Tech finds that an overwhelming percentage of Virginia residents believe the Commonwealth is a good, or even excellent place to live.
87 percent of those polled are pleased with the quality of life in Virginia.
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Despite that, about a third of the respondents believe the Commonwealth is a tough place to find work.
And of those who do have jobs, about half are worried about keeping them.
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((ALAN BAYER/VT CENTER FOR SURVEY RESEARCH: I THINK ALL THE DOWNSIZING WE'VE HEARD ABOUT IN THE NEWS IS ALSO AFFECTING US AS CITIZENS IN VIRGINIA AND WE GET A LITTLE WORRIED ABOUT OUR JOBS. ))
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Nevertheless, nearly half of those surveyed said the state doesn't spend enough money on education, and they'd be willing to pay more.
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((AND THAT'S RATHER REMARKABLE WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT TAKING MONEY OUT OF THE POCKET, VOLUNTEERING TO TAKE MONEY OUT OF YOUR POCKET, THAT YOU WOULD HAVE THAT HIGH A PERCENTAGE OF VIRGINIANS SAYING THAT THEY WOULD INCREASE TAXES FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ))
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Tech's Center for Survey Research has conducted the Quality of Life Survey for the last five years.
This year it polled about 12 hundred residents around the state.

Letterman


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The quality of life for CBS's late night star has also improved.
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David Letterman has signed a contract keeping his Late Show on the air until the year 2002.
C-B-S says Letterman considered retiring-- but is now attacking his show with renewed vigor.
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3-Sports


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Rusty Wallace attacked the Miller 500 with great vigor and wound up posting his fourth Winston Cup win of the season.
Roy Stanley has the details in sports.
Good morning Roy.
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2THREAT


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At least six people are dead and 20 wounded after an explosion at a Pakistani airport.
Reports indicate the blast occurred near the main departure lounge just moments before Pakistan International Airlines flight 715 was to take off.
It's not clear what caused the explosion.
Meantime, some scary moments last night at Chicago's O'Hare Airport.
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A security guard found a pipe bomb lying on a tarmac outside an air charter service.
The bomb squad safely detonated the device.
The airport was already on heightened security after two separate bomb threats prompted a search of three airplanes.
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Crash


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Teams searching for the wreckage of T-W-A Flight 800 will try again today to videotape a large object sonar has detected on the ocean floor.
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Equipment problems frustrated yesterday's search.
Officials say the object could be the fuselage of the Boeing 7-47 that exploded off Long Island last week.
They hope the fuselage will yield more bodies.
So far, the remains of 101 people have been recovered.
The plane was carrying 230.
Also missing are the plane's two flight recorders which could help explain the cause of the tragedy.
Meantime, a U-S Navy salvage ship left Norfolk early this morning, carrying an unmanned, underwater robot to help in the search.
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Montoursville


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Friends and family gathered yesterday in Montoursville, Pennsylvania to remember 21 victims of Flight 800.
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Sixteen high school students and five chaperones died in the crash.
Five of the students killed attended the church where yesterday's service was held.
The teenagers belonged to the high school French club, and had spent much of the year working to raise money for their trip.
Fast food restaurants and businesses have put up signs around town in memory of the victims.
The high school that the students attended has become a shrine to their memory with well-wishers leaving flowers and notes.
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Ax


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A 15-year-old boy is dead after being electrocuted on the banks of the James River in Botetourt County.
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It happened yesterday morning.
The teen, his brother, and three other friends were apparently in a boat on the river when they went ashore near the James River Limestone Plant.
Officials believe the teenager was electrocuted when he got too close to an electric wire that was hooked to a pump.
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Authorities believe the voltage was AT LEAST four to eight times greater than normal household levels.
Police have not released the teen's name, pending notification of family.
But rescue squad personnel say the teen was from Wisconsin, visiting relatives in the area.

RVCS-Band


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A group of high schoolers from Roanoke is banding together and heading south to Atlanta.
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The Roanoke Valley Christian School Symphony Band has been selected by the mayor's office of Atlanta to perform during the games.
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It's all part of the "Performance in the Park" program.
Roanoke Valley Christian School was selected from thousands of schools across the country.
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The group will be on the road in just a few minutes.
"Performance in the Park" will provide free outdoor concerts in parks and public plazas during the entire games.
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Tom-Dolan


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Speaking of the games -- the U-S has struck Olympic gold.
Swimmer Tom Dolan brought America its first gold medal yesterday, winning the men's 400 meter individual medley.
The second gold also came in the men's 800-meter freestyle relay.
On tap today -- the Dream Team versus Angola.

4-Scores


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Also in sports --
Montreal used three solo homers to take a 4-to-3 decision over the New York Mets.
Let's check out the scoreboards.
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