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1-News-Heads

ANCHOR=Jean

Coming up on News 7-
The Shuttle Columbia is orbiting earth with a Hokie aboard- but problems may force the Shuttle back home.
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Folks are picking up the trash in Rockbridge County.
Plus who won the big game lottery? We'll tell you the results.
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Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Roy


In sports, the field is set for tomorrow's running of the Interstate Batteries 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And the Salem Avalanche will face the Durham Bulls in game two tonight at Salem Memorial Stadium.
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WX-Head
ANCHOR=Andrew


Some changes in store in the skies-- a chance of showers tonight, and tomorrow. The details coming up.



Shuttle


ANCHOR=Jean
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****ANCHOR TAG*****
A Virginia Tech alum is on the trip of his dreams aboard the space shuttle Columbia.
But that trip could be cut short.
NASA says problems with the shuttle's three fuel cells- may force Columbia to come home early.
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The Shuttle lifted off with Virginia Tech grad Roger Crouch aboard.
The 19-68 physics grad is fulfilling a lifelong dream.
He wanted to become an astronaut or fighter pilot but years ago colorblindness held him back.
Now Crouch is using his expertise in physics to work as a payload specialist aboard Columbia.
He'll conduct several experiments- with fire plants, crystals and metal.
But one day into the 16 day mission NASA now says the shuttle's three fuel cells are losing power.
Those cells generate the shuttle's electricity.
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If the loss of power continues, the shuttle will have to come home. NASA is keeping a close eye on the situation- and says it may turn the cell off and bring Columbia home.
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((ALL OTHER SYSTEMS ABOARD COLUMBIA ARE CONTINUING TO PERFORM WELL AND THE FLIGHT TEAM IS NOT MONITORING ANY OTHER SYSTEMS PROBLEMS ON BOARD.))
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ANCHOR=Jean
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While power is slowly trickling out- experiments continue going on- at full power.
NASA says the earliest the shuttle may come home is Monday.

R'Bridge-Dump


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#97-05
GRAPHIC=none


The Rockbridge Conservation Council is battling illegal dumping.
It hopes residents will join in the fight.
Each year the council targets a dump site for clean up.
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SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.;


For the second year volunteers met at a trashed ravine just off of old route 60.
Members say several companies donate equipment which make it possible to pull the tires and appliances up the hill.
Members have adopted the term promiscuous dumping to describe these illegal dump sites.
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SOT 10:47:10
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((ANDY MCTHENIA/ROCKBRIDGE CONSERVATION COUNCIL: WHERE YOUR SLEAZY INDIVIDUAL CAN SNEAK IN AT NIGHT AT DUMP LARGE APPLIANCES, DUMP TIRES, DUMP WHATEVER THEY NEED TO GET RID OF WITHOUT THE TROUBLE YOU GO THROUGH TO PUT SOMETHING INTO DUMPSTERS.))
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VO-NAT


Andy McThenia (Mc-Theen-ee-ah) says these volunteer efforts and work done by the county has slowly started to reduce the number of illegal dumps in the Rockbridge area.
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TEEN-CONFERENCE


ANCHOR=JEAN
NEWSCAST=SIX
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#97-08
GRAPHIC=none


The First Baptist Church in Roanoke may seem like an unusual place for a rock concert, but this was no ordinary music act.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The music and the more than 12-hundred dancing teenagers were a part of the Student Conference.
Shepherd Ministries travels to nearly 30 cities every year teaching young people the word of God.
The theme of this conference was finding hope for your home.
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((CANDICE BOWEN/CONFERENCE PARTICIPANT: I'VE LEARNED A LOT ABOUT FAMILY AND HOW LIKE GOD REALLY WORKS AND LIKE HELPS YOU OUT WITH DIFFICULT STUFF.))
SOT 13:14:16

((AMANDA METZLER/CONFERENCE PARTICIPANT: IT'S MADE YOU THINK A LOT LIKE WHAT YOU REALLY HAVE AND HOW TO LIKE APPRECIATE IT AND STUFF.))
SUPER=01-Candice Bowen/Conference Participant; :00
SUPER=01-Amanda Metzler/Conference Participant; :08 QUICK
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Organizers say the conference is designed to help children feel better about their families and themselves.
There are also counselors available to help children from abusive families.
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((DAWSON MCALLISTER/SHEPHERD MINISTRIES: THEY DON'T HAVE TO PLAY THE CLOWN, THEY DON'T HAVE TO PLAY THE ENABLER AND THEY DON'T HAVE TO PLAY THE VICTIM THAT THEY CAN BE, THEY CAN RESPOND TO THEIR PARENTS THE WAY CHRIST DID, HE OBEYED THEM, HE HONORED THEM.))
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Anchor=Jean
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First Baptist Church donated its facilities for the conference. Straight Street of Roanoke helped coordinate the event.

Straight-Street


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#97-09
GRAPHIC=none


While Straight Street has been active in Roanoke for several years the organization has NOT had a home of its own.
But that's about to change.
Denise Allen has more on the renovation project that's turning an old city building into a new teen center.
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The Roanoke Valley community is transforming this building into a teen hangout.
Keith Farmer stresses this is a community project.
For example the building was donated rent free for at least four years.
And many area contractors have donated time and materials to make this project possible.
Farmer says Straight Street has only had to raise about seven thousand dollars for renovations that include a new heating and duct system and a new roof.
He says young people could be having fun in here by summer.
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((KEITH FARMER/ROANOKE STRAIGHT STREET: THE TEENAGERS HAVE CHOICES THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT IF THEY JUST WANT TO SIT, TALK, AND WATCH TV OF JUST HANGOUT THEY CAN DO THAT OR PLAY POOL THEY CAN DO THAT.))
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When this work is completed there will be music and fun on weekend nights and tutoring sessions during the week.
All the music that will be played here has a Christian theme.
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((YOU DON'T BIBLE THUMP THE KIDS OR MAKE THEM SIGN A SLIP THAT SAYS THEY WENT TO CHURCH. ALL KIDS ARE WELCOME TO COME IN.))
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The Straight Street ministry started in Lynchburg and is now in 30 U.S. cities and one is opening soon in Europe.
The ministry has grown by word of mouth.
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((RICK OUIMET/LYNCHBURG STRAIGHT STREET: I WROTE UP A MANUEL OF HOW TO OPEN STRAIGHT STREET. THEN I DID A LOT OF TRAVELING TO THESE TOWNS AND WE JUST GO INTO A CITY OR TOWN AND SET UP A TOWN MEETING.))
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Straight Street organizers say the ministry offers a safe hangout for teenagers and an opportunity for adult volunteers to give guidance to area young people.
Denise Allen News 7.))

GILMORE


ANCHOR=JEAN
NEWSCAST=SIX
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#97-11
GRAPHIC=Gilmore, Jim


The race for the Governor's office is underway even though neither party has officially named its nominee.
Republican front-runner Jim Gilmore cruised the Roanoke Farmer's Market this afternoon to meet and greet potential supporters.
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Gilmore says he wants to prove to southwest Virginia voters he believes this region's future is crucial to the success of the entire state.
He also says he'll work to improve educational disparity.
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((JIM GILMORE/R-GOVERNOR CANDIDATE: I PROPOSED THE NEW CENTURY SCHOLARS PROGRAM WHICH WILL GIVE ANY YOUNG PERSON IN VIRGINIA, RURAL, URBAN OR SUBURBAN A CHANCE TO GO TO A SCHOOL HERE--A FOUR YEAR OF TWO YEAR COLLEGE, TECHNICAL SCHOOL AND TO MAKE FOR THEMSELVES THE BEST POSSIBLE FUTURE.))
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Gilmore plans to resign his position as State Attorney General on June 11th if he wins the Republican party nomination.
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ANCHOR=Jean
SS=Beyer, Don


Lieutenant Governor Don Beyer is Gilmore's likely Democratic opponent.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Jean
SS=NONE


Coming up on News-7 at SIX,
The roulette wheels won't turn at the Greenbrier any time soon,
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And it wasn't a trip to the casinos that made four Virginians 150-thousand dollars richer.
But first let's check in with Andrew in the weather center.
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ANCHOR=Andrew


While we enjoy a Calm weather day along the east coast, a severe storm is churning away in the middle of the country.
We do have a chance of showers tonight, as well as some rain again Sunday night.
We'll look at the complete forecast a little bit later, but first.... wx ad lib Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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VA-Lottery


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=lba
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=Va Lottery


Four Virginia residents will be 150-thousand dollars richer once they cash in their lottery tickets.
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SUPER=@file;


Lottery officials say tickets sold in Lynchburg, Martinsville, South Hill and Bristol matched five of the six Big Game numbers.
Three "out of state" tickets will share the 77-million dollar Big Game Jackpot for matching all six numbers.
One ticket was sold in Georgia, and two were sold in Massachusetts. take pre pro --pinnacle page 1000
The numbers were eight, twenty-one, twenty-two, thirty-five, forty-eight and the money ball twelve.
ANCHOR=Jean
SS=hold


The Big Game jackpot for next Friday is back to five- million dollars.

Tuition


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#NONE
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Virginia's done it. Now West Virginia may follow suit- giving parents a way to pre-pay their child's college tuition.
The West Virginia senate passed a bill Friday.
It creates an investment plan allowing parents to pay tuition ahead of time.
The bill would put money into a trust to be invested in the stock market.
The state would agree the investment would cover the cost of tuition at state schools.
The bill now goes to the House of Delegates.

Greenbrier


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=dse
TAPE#net (edit from 97-15)
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Apparently supporters luck ran out, A plan to allow gambling at the Greenbrier died yesterday, apparently because of slot machines.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-W. Sulphur Springs/File Tape;


West Virginia House Speaker Bob Kiss says the house of Delegates would not accept slot machines.
A Senate bill proposed both table games and slot machined for the White Sulphur Springs resort.
House and Senate leaders could not reach a compromise.
The Greenbrier hoped gambling would attract more guests to the resort during the winter.
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On-Record


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#net
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In 19-40 there were more than one million black farmers across this country.
There are now less than 16-thousand nationwide.
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EDIT TAPE 96-97 (12/20/96)
The National Black Farmers Association... based in Virginia... says the United State Department of Agriculture has racially discriminated against African Americans.
The U-S-D-A has admitted there is a problem and has made a series of recommendations to alleviate it.
But black farmers want more than talk.
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((JOHN BOYD/NATIONAL BLACK FARMERS ASSOCIATION: THERE ARE SOME EXCELLENT RECOMMENDATIONS. BUT RIGHT NOW WE NEED IMPLEMENTATION. WE NEED THESE THINGS TO COME TOGETHER AND ACTUALLY HAPPEN FOR US. ))
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ANCHOR=Jean
SS=on record


The plight of the black farmer will be tomorrow morning's On Record topic.
You can see it right here on W-D-B-J at 11.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Jean
SS=NONE


Coming up,
we'll have a preview of tonight's big Express game,
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VO-NAT


and most people like spring weather, including man's best friend. But that nice weather could mean trouble for your dog's health.
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Dog-Health


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=lba
TAPE#97-
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Dog owners may find this nice weather ideal for walks in the park.
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SUPER=@File;


But being outside presents a number of dangers for man's best friend.
Studies shows one out of every three canines may be infected by one or more of three prevalent pests.
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((DR. BYRON BLAGBURN/ALUMNI PROFESSOR OF PARASITOLOGY:THERE ARE SOME IMPORTANT WORM PARASITES. THE ONES THAT WE WANT TO EMPHASIZE ARE HEART WORM AND SOME INTESTINAL WORMS, HOOK WORM, ROUND WORM, WHIPS WORM THAT CAN THREATEN ARE PET'S HEALTH.))
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Dogs are exposed to these parasites through any number of things, mosquitoes, and different soils containing different worm stages.
Some of these unwanted guests can cause dogs serious health risks.
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((DR. BYRON BLAGBURN/ALUMNI PROFESSOR OF PARASITOLOGY:OF COURSE HEART WORM IS A VERY SEVERE DISEASE AND IF NEGLECTED IT CAN BE FATAL IN OUR PETS, SO WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE ENCOURAGE OUR PET OWNERS TO SEE THEIR VETERINARIAN FOR A SIMPLE ONCE A YEAR HEART WORM CHECK AND ALSO A CHECK FOR THESE INTESTINAL PARASITES.))
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Studies show round worm is most common in puppies.
Whip worm is mostly found in dogs over six months and hook worm is common throughout a dog's life.
Doctor Blag-burn says it is important to find a safe and effective medication to prevent heart worm infection and also intestinal parasite.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, VMI wraps up its spring practice the Avalanche gears up for game two against the Durham Bulls.
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And the Express is back at the Roundhouse with its playoff series with Hampton tied at one game each.
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S-Express


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NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=ICE-97
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The Express will try and break a 1-1 first round playoff tie with Hampton Roads tonight in game 3.
Two Express players went down with injury last night and Steve Mason joins us from the Round House with an update on their status. Steve.
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S-Avalanche


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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The Salem Avalanche got off to a good start in their season opener but Durham used a big fifth inning to beat the Avalanche 11 to 6.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Bulls vs. Avalanche; :00


A record crowd of 6-thousand 679 was on hand last night at the park to try and help the Avalanche get the season started with a win.
The Avalanche would use a balk and a sacrifice fly to help chase home the first run of the year in the bottom of the second as Ben Petrick's Sac fly makes it a 1-to-nothing game.
Salem got another run in the third as Jamie Taylor hits a line drive to right field. David Feuerstein scores from second base and it's 2-to-nothing Salem.
SUPER=37-Durham/11/Salem/6/;


But the Bulls exploded for seven runs in the fifth inning and go on to beat the Avalanche 11 to 6.
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((BILL MCGUIRE/AVALANCHE MANAGER: ))
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=HOLD AVALANCHE


These two teams play again tonight at 7, and then close out their series Sunday afternoon at 2 at Salem Memorial.

S-VMI


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-23
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The Keydets of V-M-I wrapped up their preseason practice with a light scrimmage at Alumni Memorial field.
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SUPER=03-Lexington; :


New head coach Ted Cain and his staff has spent the spring teaching the Keydets a new system.
And a lot of the attention has been directed to the younger players in the program.
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((TED CAIN/VMI HEAD COACH: )) ((AL LESTER/VMI QUARTERBACK: ))
SUPER=01-Ted Cain/VMI Head Coach; :00
SUPER=01-Al Lester/VMI Quarterback; :25
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OUT Q=.....ASK FOR MORE."
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S-Race


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Texas motor speedway


The sun broke through the clouds at the Texas Motor Speedway this morning but a wet track forced officials to cancel qualifying for the Interstate Batteries 500.
The time trails were rained out Thursday and yesterday.
NASCAR has set up the lineup by car owner points for the first 35 points and entry blank postmarks for the rest of the 42 car field.
Dale Jarrett and Jeff Gordon are on the front row. And here's a look at the rest of the field.
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WIPE TO QUALIFYING
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SUPER=0107-1. Dale Jarrett//2. Jeff Gordon//3. Terry Labonte//4. Bobby

Labonte//5. Jeff Burton//;
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SUPER=0107-6. Mark Martin//7. Geoff Bodine//8. Ricky Rudd//9. Rusty

Wallace//10. Ernie Irvan//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-11. Ted Musgrave//12. Johnny Benson//13. Ward Burton//14. Darrell

Waltrip//15. Dale Earnhardt//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-16. Bill Elliott//17. Bobby Hamilton//18. Todd Bodine//19. Morgan

Shepherd//20. Jeremy Mayfield//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-21. Michael Waltrip//22. Sterling Marlin//23. Kyle Petty//24. Lake

Speed//25. Mike Skinner//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-26. Brett Bodine//27. Ken Schrader//28. Rick Mast//29. Robby

Gordon//30. John Andretti//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-31. Kenny Wallace//32. Dick Trickle//33. Jimmy Spencer//34. Hut

Stricklin//35. Steve Grissom//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-36. Dave Marcis//37. Derrike Cope//38. Chad Little//39. Greg

Sacks//40. Joe Nemechek//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-41. Bobby Hillin//42. Mike Wallace//43. Billy Standridge//;
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S-Busch


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-35
GRAPHIC=Texas Logo


Mark Martin started 20-th but when the Green Flag dropped he was the winner of the Coca Cola 300 the first Busch Grand National Race at the Texas Motor Speedway.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke, Texas; :


All Day long Martin had to work his way through traffic and with less than 50 laps to go he was running a close second behind leader Jimmy Spencer.
Martin made his move and blew past Spencer holding him off to take the checkered flag winning again on the Busch Grand National Circuit.
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((MARK MARTIN/COCA COLA 300 WINNER: ))
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=Hold Logo


Jeff Burton of South Boston was third Todd Bodine fourth and Mike McLaughlin was fifth. Wx-Tape
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Daylight-Savings


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=lba
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=none


It's time to set your clocks ahead.
For most of the nation, this is the last day on standard time.
Daylight-saving time returns at 2 a-m tomorrow.
So tonight, when you go to bed, you'll need to move your clocks ahead one hour. the evening. The change means more sunlight in