12:00-01

NOON-HEADLINES

TALENT=Melanie
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VO-NAT


New York authorities search for a motive in yesterday's deadly shooting spree at the Empire State building.
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ANCHOR=Melanie


And a Roanoke County man is charged with first degree murder following a weekend shooting.
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TALENT=Patrick
SS=None


A few clouds today, and colder tomorrow. Stay tuned for complete forecast details, and a look at ODAC results from this weekend.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE


Stick around News 7 at Noon is next.

EMPIRE-State


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=shooting


The observation deck at the Empire State building remains closed this afternoon as New York police and the F-B-I investigate yesterday's deadly shooting.
A 69- year- old Palestinian man opened fire on a crowd of tourists.
He killed one person and wounded six others before taking his own life.
Officials say the gunman was an English teacher from Gaza City.
Managers of the landmark skyscraper are now reviewing security measures.
Right now there are no metal detectors between the building's lobby and the observation deck on the 86th floor.
Lee Cowan is in New York with the latest. *******take from NEWSPATH********
SUPER=01-Lee Cowan/Reporting;
SUPER=05-New York, NY;
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IN Q=
SUPER=03-New York, NY; :00
SUPER=01-Rudolph Giuliani/New York Mayor;
SUPER=01-Suzie Mary Smith/Tenants' Association;
RUNS=:00
OUT Q=BACK TO YOU.

((THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS TODAY, BUT THE OBSERVATION DECK, ONE OF NEW YORK'S MOST POPULAR TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, REMAINS CLOSED. A PLACE FAMOUS FOR ROMANCE AND SPECTACULAR VIEWS, IT WAS A SCENE OF MADNESS YESTERDAY, WHEN A LONE GUNMAN WENT ON A SHOOTING RAMPAGE.

(SOT, WITNESS, SOUNDED LIKE FIRECRACKERS)


BUT THEY WERE THE SOUNDS OF A SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN THE HANDS OF THIS MAN, IDENTIFIED AS ALI ABU KAMAL, A 69-YEAR OLD PALESTINIAN WHO'D BEEN IN THIS COUNTRY SINCE CHRISTMAS EVE. WITHOUT APPARENT WARNING, HE OPENED FIRE. ONE PERSON WAS KILLED, A 27-YEAR OLD DANISH TOURIST. SIX OTHER PEOPLE WERE WOUNDED. AND THEN, POLICE SAY, ABU KAMAL SHOT HIMSELF IN THE HEAD. HE DIED FIVE HOURS LATER.

(SOT, RUDOLPH GIULIANI, MAYOR, NO REASON TO BELIEVE THIS WAS ANYTHING BUT AN

ISOLATED INCIDENT, ETC.)
WHILE THE COMPANY THAT RUNS THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING SAYS SECURITY IS ADEQUATE, THERE ARE SURE TO BE QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW EASY IT IS FOR ANY ONE TO JUST WALK IN, BUY A TICKET AND GO UP TO THE 86TH FLOOR OBSERVATION DECK, UNCHALLENGED.

(SOT, SUZIE MARY SMITH, EMPIRE STATE BUILDING TENANTS ASSN., YOU COULD WALK IN

HERE WITH A BOX LABELED "BOMB" IN FIVE LANGUAGES AND HAVE NO PROBLEM GETTING IN)
STILL, THE TOURISTS KEEP COMING.
Lee Cowen CBS NEWS New York.))
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County-Murder


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=kmc
TAPE# None
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


A Roanoke County man was arraigned on a first degree murder charge this morning after allegedly shooting another man during an argument.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


Roanoke County Police say 56- year- old Paskel Tinsley Junior allegedly shot 37- year- old Rick Knobel (KA-nobel) yesterday morning.
Ka-nobel died at the scene.
Tinsley's wife was home, but police say she was sleeping.
Tinsley's court date has been set for April seventh.
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TALENT=MELANIE
SS=hold


Meanwhile, Tinsley is being held in the Roanoke county jail, pending a bond hearing Wednesday morning.

E-Search


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 97-1
GRAPHIC=None


A man accused of abducting his ex-girlfriend is in the clear after she turned up unharmed.
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VO-NAT


The Commonwealth's attorney yesterday agreed to drop the charges against Robert Wayne Hickson.
Rebecca Lee Hicks showed up at a friend's house yesterday morning and told police she was never kidnapped.
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co./Saturday;


Several police teams spent Saturday searching for HICKSON near Bradshaw Road in MONTGOMERY COUNTY.
SUPER=04-Sunday; Quick!!!


Hickson's MOTHER talked with HICKS and says she was hungry, but in good health.
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SOT 15:09:08
IN Q=SHE HAD BLACK EYES

((BETTY HICKSON/ROBERT'S MOTHER: SHE HAD BLACK EYES. SHE SAID IT WAS FROM THE FIGHT THAT WAS IN ROANOKE AND SHE WAS TRYING TO GET THEM OFF MY SON.))
SUPER=01-Betty Hickson/Robert's Mother;
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=OFF MY SON
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=None


Mrs. Hickson says Hicks told her she was hit in the face as she tried to help her ex-boyfriend during the fight Thursday night.
It was the same fight that led to the abduction charges.
Robert Hickson still has not been seen.

E-Bedford-Fire


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=dse
TAPE#96-104
GRAPHIC=Fire


Fire gutted a Bedford County home last night.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;


Fire officials say Randy Carter's house on Taylor's Mountain is a total loss.
The investigation into the cause continues this afternoon.
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E-XGR


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 97-4
GRAPHIC=Session 97


The legislative year is over in Virginia.
Ellen Qualls has highlights of the 46 day session.
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SOT
IN Q=Assembly historians
SUPER=03-Richmond; :00
SUPER=@Allen; :06
SUPER=@Trumbo; :32
SUPER=01-Del. Earl Dickenson/(D) Louisa; 1:04
SUPER=@Woodrum; 1:16
SUPER=@Hawkins; 1:39
SUPER=@Griffith; 1:49
SUPER=@Ellen2; 2:03
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OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Richmond.

(( Assembly historians may remember 1997 as the year two long- fought battles ended.
sot ALLEN TAPE 14:44:16

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: FINALLY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY HAS HEARD AND HEEDED THE WILL OF THE MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA. WE HAVE A TRUE PARENTAL NOTIFICATION BILL.))
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An 18- year abortion fight yields to a George Allen campaign promise.
nat sot Carry Me Back
runs=:04


And peace is declared in a 27- year fight over the state song.
SOT SATURDAY TAPE ONE 02:55:36

((SEN. BO TRUMBO: EVEN THOUGH THERE WERE VOLUMINOUS BILLS, IN MY OPINION MOST OF WHICH DID NOTHING, I THINK THAT WE HAVE CONCENTRATED ON THOSE AREAS OF THE LAW THAT NEED REFINEMENT, AS OPPOSED TO NEW INITIATIVES AND I DON'T THINK THAT'S BAD.))
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sot 14:51:26

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: BUT I DON'T BELIEVE I'LL HAVE TO VETO AS MANY BILLS GENERALLY AS I'VE HAD IN THE PAST. I THINK THAT MEMBERS REALIZE WHEN I SAY I'M GOING TO VETO A BILL I'M GOING TO VETO IT. SO MANY OF THESE BILLS HAVE BEEN KILLED SO I DON'T HAVE TO VETO 'EM.))
runs=:14


Statewide, there were obvious winners in the budget war.
sot 12:50:44 EARL TAPE

((DEL. EARL DICKENSON: A FOUR-PERCENT INCREASE...TEACHING FACULTY.))
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sot

((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM: ))
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Regionally speaking, Southside and Southwest Virginia picked up some help with--
SOT SATURDAY TAPE ONE 02:44:47

((SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, PRIMARILY THE BUDGET. ... COMPETE IN THE NEXT CENTURY.))
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SOT 03:27:15 SATURDAY TAPE

((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH: THE BUDGET WAS A FAIRLY EASY PROCESS AGAIN THIS YEAR. WE DO HAVE SOME CONCERNS THERE ABOUT LOTTERY MONEY BEING SPENT IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA TO BUILD A BASEBALL STADIUM.))
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Politically speaking, Don Beyer had a good year.
He got his way on every bill he proposed but one -- and bi-partisan praise at the end of eight years at the helm of the senate.
In a sense he's playing catch-up with his likely opponent for governor. Jim Gilmore's record was largely built over the last two years -- as was his 93 ticket mate's -- who still cheered this year.
SOT ALLEN TAPE 14:42:50

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: I WANTED TO EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION TO MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, IN A SESSION THAT HAS TURNED OUT TO BE ONE OF THE MOST PRODUCTIVE AND SUCCESSFUL THAT ANYONE CAN REMEMBER.))
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Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Albright


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


China and the U-S are bumping heads today over human rights.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Beijing;


Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is in Beijing on the last stop of her nine country trip.
In a meeting with Chinese officials she noted that China has released some political prisoners, but the U-S wants to see more released.
But China's foreign minister maintains Chinese courts deal fairly with criminals.
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WIPE/WIPE/WIPE

CHINA


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=WIPE WIPE WIPE
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VO-NAT


Albright arrived in Beijing on the eve of the official memorial service for Deng Xiaoping (dung shah-oh-ping).
More than 100-thousand people lined the streets to watch as the motorcade carrying Dung's body passed by.
His body was then cremated at a cemetery for Communist heroes.
His ashes will be scattered at sea.
No foreign dignitaries have been invited to tomorrow's service.
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SHEEP-CLONE


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


Scientists in Scotland say they've produced the world's first clone of an adult animal.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Edinburgh;


The duplicate was created by combining a single cell from an adult sheep with an unfertilized egg.
"Dolly" is already seven months old and said to be developing normally.
Scientists hope this experiment will eventually provide a greater understanding of hereditary diseases but they say it won't lead to human cloning.
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SOT
IN Q=

4:26:28 ((DR. RON JAMES, MANAGING DIRECTOR, PPL THERAPEUTICS :THEORETICALLY YES WE ARE A STEP CLOSER TO CLONING HUMANS THAN, SAY, WE WERE THIS TIME LAST WEEK. WHY NOT HUMANS? BECAUSE IT WOULDN'T BE ETHICAL TO DO SO. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. Ron James/PPL Therapeutics;
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OUT Q=TO DO SO.
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VO-NAT


Details of the experiment are to be published in this week's edition of the journal "NATURE."
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E-South-Boston


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=THa
TAPE# 97-11
GRAPHIC=None


There's a new weapon on the streets of South Boston.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-South Boston;


The police department recently bought three video cameras for the officers to use in their cars.
They've been using the cameras for a while to get accustomed to them before receiving official training about a week ago.
The classroom training included officers from neighboring jurisdictions.
Police Chief Jim Hall believes the cameras will protect the officer as well as the public.
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SOT
IN Q=Not only

((JIM HALL/SOUTH BOSTON POLICE CHIEF:NOT ONLY DOES IT TELL THE TRUE STORY BECAUSE THE PICTURES ARE THERE, THE RECORDED AUDIO IS THERE, IT SHOWS EXACTLY WHAT DID TRANSPIRE. MARTY DAVIS/BOYDTON POLICE CHIEF:IT'S ONLY HELPED, IT'S HELPED TREMENDOUSLY, IF THERE'S A DISCREPANCY OR ANYTHING, WE CAN GO BACK AND LOOK AT THE TAPE, I ALSO USE IT TO CRITIQUE MYSELF TO SEE HOW I CAN BETTER CHANGE AND DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY, SO I WOULDN'T WORK WITHOUT ONE. ))
SUPER=01-Jim Hall/South Boston Police Chief; :00 quick
SUPER=00-Marty Davis/Boydton Police Chief; :13
RUNS=:24
OUT Q=without one.
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VO-NAT


The cameras cost the town of South Boston about four thousand dollars each-- money Chief Hall believes is well worth it.
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S-Boucher


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 97-3
GRAPHIC=Education


NASA is helping to give schools in western Virginia high- speed access to the Internet.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Pulaski/Last Week;


A ribbon- cutting ceremony last week launched Future Net, which will eventually link the Southwest Virginia Governor's School with classroom computers in several counties.
70- thousand dollars from NASA and a matching amount of local funds will pay for computers, modems and a high- speed connection.
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SOT
IN Q=The internet is rapidly

((REP. RICK BOUCHER/D- NINTH DISTRICT: THE INTERNET IS RAPIDLY BECOMING AN INDISPENSIBLE TOOL FOR EDUCATION AND IN NO PLACE IN RURAL AMERICA IS THAT INFORMATION NOW MORE AVAILABLE THAN IT IS HERE IN PULASKI COUNTY AND SOON TO BE AVAILABLE ELSEWHERE IN THE NEW RIVER VALLEY.))
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OUT Q=in the New River Valley.
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=hold


Pulaski County schools will be the first linked to Future Net.
Soon to follow are classrooms in Giles, Wythe, Bland, Carroll, and Smyth Counties.

E-Race-Group


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=kmc
TAPE# 97-5
GRAPHIC=None


You won't see them marching down the street or holding protests.
But for nearly six years, the group People Uniting Against Racism has gathered at the Roanoke Tribune.
They believe straight talk is the best weapon against racism.
Kimberly McBroom has more.
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SOT
IN Q=Anita Bond began coming
SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape; :07
SUPER=01-Anita Bond/People Uniting Against Racism; :10
SUPER=01-Marcie Weis/Group Member; :32
SUPER=@Kimberly1; :53
SUPER=01-Claudia Whitworth/Roanoke Tribune; 1:03
SUPER=01-Rochelle Loritts/Group Member; 1:18
RUNS=1:36
OUT Q=McBroom, News 7


(( Anita Bond began coming to the Thursday night meetings, looking for support in raising her bi- racial adopted daughter.
Her experience hasn't been that of overt racism--
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SOT tape 1 10:28:37

((ANITA BOND/PEOPLE UNITING AGAINST RACISM: BUT IT'S MORE OF THE SUBTLE TYPE OF STARES AND INNUENDOES THAT WE GET AS A FAMILY. ))
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Hers is just one example of the racial tension that still exists in the Roanoke Valley and beyond.
A recent housing study named Roanoke the most segregated city in Virginia-- which comes as no surprise to group members.
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SOT tape 1 10:37:41

((MARCIE WEIS/GROUP MEMBER: AS SOON AS YOU SAY NORTHWEST IN ROANOKE, YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT A BLACK NEIGHBORHOOD. OR IT'S-- I'M SORRY THAT IT HAS TO BE THAT WAY. ))
RUNS=:11


But Weis says she's made friends at the bi- monthly gatherings, and believes socialization among races is key to improving relations. STANDUP HERE
More than coming together to try to fix the world-- these people are learning to deal with their own prejudice feelings and attitudes.
For them, the group provides a gateway to mutual understanding. end standup
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SOT tape 2 11:04:35

((CLAUDIA WHITWORTH/ROANOKE TRIBUNE OWNER: THIS IS OUR FEELING. WE KNOW THIS IS A PREJUDICED FEELING. WE KNOW IT MIGHT BE A RACIST FEELING, WHATEVER, SOME FORM OF PREJUDICE. BUT IT'S IN HERE B-ROLL SECOND PART OF BITE WITH MEETING COVER AND OUR BEING HERE TO START WITH MEANS WE'D LIKE SOME HELP WITH IT.))
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SOT tape 2 11:17:57

((ROCHELLE LORITTS/GROUP MEMBER: THERE ARE SO MANY PEOPLE IN THE WORLD AND SO MANY STAGES FOR RACISM TO PLAY A PART ON THAT IT'S HARD TO SAY THAT IT WILL EVER NOT BE HERE. I CAN'T IMAGINE THAT. BUT I WOULD LIKE TO THINK THAT.))
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And it's that hope that keeps the dialogue going.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7.))

Cav-Donations


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lba
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=uva


It may cost a little more to get a good seat at a U-V-A football game.
University officials say they need more money for sports scholarships.
So they want season ticket holders with seats between the 20-yard lines at Scott Stadium to give at least 100 dollars to the U-V-A Student Aid Foundation.
Those refusing might be bumped by more generous fans.
Only five of U-V-A's 24 sports teams had full scholarship funding this year.
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Forecasts
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Common-Sense


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#Common Sense
GRAPHIC=Common Sense


Tax time can create a number f worries.
Len Besthoff explains in this week's edition of Common Sense.
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SOT
IN Q=Today
SUPER=@Len1; :00
SUPER=01-Bill Williams/H&R Block; :09
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OUT Q=the newsdesk.

((
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SOT tape one 06:24:01
IN Q=Today on Common

((Today on Common Sense Bill Williams with H&R Block talks about some of the most common worries taxpayers have.))
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OUT Q=taxpayers have.
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SOT TAPE ONE 05:59:22
IN Q=The vast

((BILL WILLIAMS/H&R BLOCK: THE VAST MAJORITY OF TAXPAYERS IN MY JUDGEMENT ARE HONEST. THEY WANT TO DO THE RIGHT THING. I THINK THEY'RE CONCERNED THEY'RE GONNA CLAIM SOME CREDITS OR DEDUCTIONS THAT THEY'RE NOT ENTITLED TO, AND THEY'RE GONNA WIND UP GETTING A LETTER OR AN AUDIT LETTER FROM THE IRS, AND THEY REALLY DON'T WANT TO GET INVOLVED IN AN AUDIT, SO AS A RESULT, SOMETIMES THEY DON'T CLAIM ALL THE DEDUCTIONS AND CREDITS THEY'RE ENTITLED TO. And that's a mistake. WILLIAMS: THAT'S A MISTAKE. A TAXPAYER SHOULD CLAIM EVERYTHING THEY'RE ENTITLED TO UNDER THE LAW AND MINIMIZE THEIR TAXES TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE.))
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OUT Q=extent possible.
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SOT TAPE TWO 06:30:21
IN Q=I'm Len Besthoff

((I'm Len Besthoff with this week's edition of Common Sense, let's send it back to the newsdesk.))
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OUT Q=newsdesk.))



UVA


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#net (edit of VB97-1)
GRAPHIC=ACC Logo


The Lady Tar Heels clinched the A-C-C regular season championship with a win over Virginia.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Chapel Hill, NC/North Carolina vs Virginia;


Carolina's Shenell Wright hits the three pointer.
Moments later Tracy Reid scores two of her game high 20 points and the Tar Heel lead was 10.
Virginia would make a run cutting the lead to 2 with 13 minutes left in the second half.
But Carolina would open it up to SUPER=33-North

Carolina/70/Virginia/65/;five and the Lady Tar Heels beat Virginia 70 to 65.
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ODAC


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#net (edit of BB97-2)
GRAPHIC=ODAC LOGO


Hampden-Sydney knocked off Roanoke College by a single point.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Salem/Maroons vs Tigers;


Roanoke's Nathan Hungate would score two of his game high 14 points on this basket as Roanoke led by two early in the second half.
Roanoke had a chance to win it at
SUPER=33-Hampden-Sydney/63/Roanoke/62/;the Buzzer but two easy shots would

not fall and the Tigers beat the Maroons 63 to 62.
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SOT
IN Q="We had a

((PAGE MOIR/ROANOKE HEAD COACH: ))
SUPER=01-Page Moir/Roanoke Head Coach; :
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OUT Q=.......another way."
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VO-NAT (Cont.)
SUPER=04-Hornets vs Eagles; :


Hampden-Sydney will take on Lynchburg for the ODAC tournament championship.
The Hornets beat Bridgewater yesterday.
SUPER=33-Lynchburg/88/Bridgewater/73/;


Lynchburg's Chris Whelan shoots the jumper and scores as the Hornets took the lead in the first half.
They go on to win it 88 to 73.
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Race


ANCHOR=Patrick
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#net (edit of R-35)
GRAPHIC=The Rock


Jeff Gordon won his second straight Winston Cup race yesterday in the Goodwrench Service 400 at the North Carolina Motor Speedway.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC/TNN Sports;


Dale Jarrett had the strongest car on the track early in the race.
South Boston's Jeff Burton was having a good run. He was in fifth place after passing Ricky Craven.
With 163 laps to go Dick Trickle spins out and slides on the track bringing out the third caution of the day.
Gordon made a move and took the lead with 42 laps to go.
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SOT
IN Q="All of a

((JEFF GORDON/GOODWRENCH SERVICE 400 WINNER: )) ((DALE JARRETT/FINISHED SECOND: ))
SUPER=01-Jeff Gordon/Goodwrench Service 400 Winner; :00
SUPER=01-Dale Jarrett/Finished Second; :16
RUNS=:28
OUT Q=......40 laps."

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