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1-News-Head

ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#NewsHd
GRAPHIC=
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VO-NAT


Coming up on News 7 at 6... a train carrying nuclear waste causes a bit of a stir as it travels through Roanoke.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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And across the world today, the names of millions of holocaust victims were spoken and remembered.

Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Headline
GRAPHIC=NONE


In sports, The Avalanche loses at home this afternoon the Miami Heat wins its first N-B-A Playoff series.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And the Orioles rout the Oakland A's at Camden Yard.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Andrew
SS=None


A very chilly night is in store, with scattered frost in the colder valleys. Tomorrow we warm up nicely. The forecast details ahead.

Roanoke-Ax


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-34
GRAPHIC=none


An unusual single vehicle accident this afternoon sent one woman to the hospital.
It happened around noon in Roanoke.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The driver of this blue car was traveling down Staunton Avenue when she lost control.
She ran off the road, plowed into a fence and overturned.
Neighbors freed the woman from the car.
Police are not sure why she lost control.
The driver was taken to an area hospital, her injuries did not appear to be life threatening.
Police have not released her name.
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Nuke-Train


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=dse
TAPE#97-17
GRAPHIC=None


Virginia Environmentalists are watching a train loaded with nuclear waste as it travels through the commonwealth.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


A nuclear reactor vessel from a dismantled nuclear power plant in Massachusetts is being shipped to South Carolina.
The train stopped in Roanoke last night before continuing on to North Carolina.
Some environmental groups worry that emergency crews along the route would not be prepared to respond to an accident.
But Yankee Atomic Electric Officials say the shipment is safe.
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10:57:54
IN Q=A person standing

((KELLEY SMITH/YANKEE SPOKESPERSON; A PERSON STANDING 20 FEET FROM THE PACKAGE WOULD HAVE TO STAND THERE FOR 20 HOURS FOR THEIR RADIATION EXPOSURE TO EQUAL THAT OF A ROUND TRIP, COAST TO COAST AIRLINE FLIGHT. ))
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=none


Yankee says low level nuclear material is shipped everyday by mail, truck and train all across the United States.

Bedford-Drugs


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#=97-28
GRAPHIC=none


As drug dealers look for more ways to ship narcotics cross-country, police have become more determined to stop them.
Knowing what to look for is the biggest advantage a police officer can have.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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IN Q=03-Lynchburg; :00
SUPER=01-Sheriff Mike Brown/Bedford Co.; :22
SUPER=@ssm1; :31
SUPER=01-Gary Swanhart/Instructor; :48
SUPER=01-George Ellen/Instructor; 1:04
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(( They came from 26 jurisdictions in seven different states.. police officers looking to learn more about rooting out illegal drugs and the people who deal them in their community.
The three- day seminar was taught by Florida- based cops who have seen it all come through their towns.
Bedford sheriff Mike Brown says central Virginia is ripe for this kind of training.
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SOT 6:30:55
IN Q=But it's all

((SHERIFF MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD COUNTY: BUT IT'S ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, THE DEPARTMENTS ARE DOING IT, THEY'RE BECOMING MORE AGGRESSIVE, PROACTIVE AND IT'S WORKING.))
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IN Q=As law enforcement

((But as law enforcement has turned up the heat on drug runners using planes and cars to ferry narcotics across country, authorities say the bad guys have turned to buses as their newest mode of transportation. But stopping a bus and weeding out potential drug suspects can be a difficult task.))
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((GARY SWANHART/INSTRUCTOR: YOU SHOULD BE A LITTLE BIT MORE ALERT BECAUSE YOU'RE GOING INTO A DANGER ZONE RIGHT NOW.))
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OUT Q=right now.


Seminar participants got a firsthand look at why, with little room to maneuver in, a bus can be a dangerous place to search for drugs and illegal weapons.
Having backup and a definite plan of action helps.
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((GEORGE ELLEN/INSTRUCTOR: IT'S A COLD HIT TYPE SITUATION AND THERE'S A LOT OF TECHNIQUE AND A LOT OF LEARNING THAT GOES INTO THIS TYPE OF WORK.))
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The technique will come in time for these officers.
The learning was taken care of this past week.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

Holocaust-Remembered


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-13
GRAPHIC=none


More than 50 years ago allied forces liberated hundreds of thousands of Jews from Nazi concentration camps.
That's when the world became aware of the 12 years of horror-- where more than SIX million Jewish people died.
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((SARAH BERMAN, MOSEY BERMAN, DEVON BERMAN....))
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Nationally, Jewish communities are participating in reading the names of people killed in the Nazi Concentration camps during World War Two.
At Temple Emanuel in Roanoke, 10-thousand names of Holocaust victims were read.
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((MORTON ROSENBERG/B'NAI B'RITH: THAT IS ONE OF THE IDEA BEHIND THE READING OF THESE NAMES IS TO REALIZE THAT SOMETHING LIKE THIS COULD HAPPEN AGAIN UNLESS WE'RE ALL AWARE OF WHAT'S GOING ON.)) ((DAVID DURHAM: I'M JUST SHOCKED THAT ALL THESE PEOPLE WOULD JUST KILL ALL THESE PEOPLE THAT THEY DIDN'T EVEN KNOW. IT'S JUST REALLY SHOCKING. I DON'T KNOW WHY THEY WOULD KILL ALL THESE CHILDREN FOR CAUSES AND JUST BELIEFS.))
SUPER=01-Morton Rosenberg/B'nai B'rith; :00
SUPER=07-David Durham; :13
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OUT Q=AND JUST BELIEFS
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VO-NAT


People of different faiths joined the children and other members of the Jewish community in the day-long reading.
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Thirteen-Bosnia


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#=97-20
GRAPHIC=Bosnia Peacekeepers


American soldiers in Bosnia are on a mission to keep the peace, but they are not alone in their efforts.
They're working side by side with many foreign troops-- including ones from Poland.
Teresa Hamilton and photographer Andrea DiRocco caught up with Danville National Guardsmen stationed in Bosnia to find out how the team effort is working out.
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IN Q=When the
SUPER=03-Bosnia Herzegovina; :00
SUPER=01-Mike Swanson/Danville National Guard Member; :13
SUPER=01-Mathew Ritchie/Danville National Guard Member; :27 quick
SUPER=@Teresa1; :53
SUPER=01-Billy Corns/Danville National Guard Member; 1:06
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OUT Q=Hamilton, NEWS 7, Bosnia-Herzegovina .

(( When the Danville soldiers arrived in Bosnia-- they were quickly assigned to different camps.
Eight of the men now live and work alongside the Polish.
It didn't take First Lieutenant Mike Swanson long to detect the irony.
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IN Q=We pulled

((MIKE SWANSON/DANVILLE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBER:WE PULLED IN THE MOTOR POOL AND WE SAW THE EQUIPMENT THAT WE TRAINED ON, YOU KNOW, POSSIBLY SHOOTING IN A REAL WAR, ONE DAY, AND NOW THEY'RE OUR ALLIES. ))
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OUT Q=our allies.


First Lieutenant Matthew Ritchie is also aware of the historical significance.
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IN Q=Until a few

((MATHEW RICHIE/DANVILLE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS: UNTIL A FEW YEARS AGO, IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE TO WORK WITH THEM, SO OUR TEAM, WAS GLAD TO GET WITH THEM AND WAS EXCITED TO WORK WITH THEM, THERE'S A LOT OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE POLISH ARMY AND THE AMERICAN ARMY A LOT OF DIFFERENCES IN OUR CULTURES. ))
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IN Q=They rely very

((MIKE SWANSON/DANVILLE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBER:THEY RELY VERY HEAVILY ON THEIR OFFICER CORE, THEIR NCO CORE AND THEIR ENLISTED MEN, THEY DON'T HARDLY MAKE ANY DECISIONS WITHOUT THE STAFF, OR THE OTHER OFFICERS MAKING THEM. WHEREAS, WITH THE AMERICAN AMERICAN ARMY DEPENDS ON A STRONG NCO CORE TO GET THE JOB DONE. ))
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OUT Q=the job done.

TAKE SU
A language barrier does exist between the American and the Polish but the soldiers say, aside from that, things have been running smoothly, although developing an appetite for Polish food has been an experience. END SU
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IN Q=The food

((BILLY CORNS/DANVILLE NATIONAL GUARD MEMBER:ANYTHING YOU HAVE TO DRINK IS ALWAYS HOT, I MEAN, YOU NEVER HAVE ANYTHING COLD, THERE'S NO ICE IN ANYTHING, THE FOOD IS DIFFERENT I MEAN ITS JUST SOMETHING YOU HAVE TO GET USED TO. ))
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The American soldiers aren't losing any weight-- at least as long as the U-S Postal service is involved-- it seems packages from home-- filled with snacks and chips-- are plentiful.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Bosnia Herzegovina.))
Tease#1

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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=NONE


When News 7 at 6 returns, cops from seven states descend on Lynchburg.
We'll find out why,
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VO-NAT

and the S-P-C-A is already in the middle of their national pet Adopt-A-Thon.
But they're also looking for some new members to adopt the organization.
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Cable-Phones


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#=97-22
GRAPHIC=Cable TV


You've all heard about how cable television companies plan to move into the phone business.
Well now it's happening right here in the Roanoke Valley.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./File Tape;


Cox Communications is expanding upon its cable offerings.
It now has what it believes is competitive long distance telephone service for its cable customers.
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SOT 10:03:57
IN Q=If you

((SHARRON DAVIES/COX COMMUNICATIONS: IF YOU ARE A COX COMMUNICATIONS CUSTOMER AND YOU GET COX LONG DISTANCE, YOU WILL GET THE 10 CENTS PER MINUTE AFTER 7PM AND ON WEEKENDS, IN ADDITION TO THAT, BEING A COX CUSTOMER, YOU GET 10 PERCENT OFF THE TOP OF THAT SO YOU'RE REALLY TALKING ABOUT NINE CENTS PER MINUTE.))
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OUT Q=per minute.
ANCHOR=Eric
SS=Cox


Cox says if you call its customer service representatives, you can get its long distance phone service in about two weeks.
No call to your local phone provider is needed.

Business-Review


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#=BIZ
GRAPHIC=Business Review


Two separate demonstrations in Covington and Roanoke over pension benefits, and a substantial job cutback at the Radford Arsenal.
Here's Len Besthoff with the News-7 Business Review.
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(( Nat Sot biz rev intro/outro
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About 50 Westvaco retirees picketed outside of the Covington plant Monday.
They're filing an age discrimination lawsuit against Westvaco because of what they call 'an insufficient pension plan.'
Occupational disability pensions prompted railroad workers across the country to stage an informational picket this week.
They're upset about proposed changes to some disability pension requirements.
89 people at the Radford Army Ammunition Plant will likely be affected by planned layoffs of temporary employees.
This has to do with a contract the arsenal lost to a manufacturer in Canada.
But on a statewide and regional basis, the jobless rates remain low.
Greater Lynchburg came in at four- percent, and the Roanoke area had a three- point- four- percent rate.
And some big honors for Glynn Loope, the head of Alleghany Highlands Economic Development Authority.
He's been selected as the Outstanding New Developer of 1997 by the American Economic Development Council.
A strong week for the financial markets, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 332 points, Nasdaq Composite surged 96 points.
Len Besthoff, with the News-7 Business Review. Nat Sot
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Bono


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#=97-24
GRAPHIC=Roanoke City Seal


Michelle Bono is trading the star city for the sunny south.
But as Roanoke's public information officer packed up and prepared to leave, Bono said she will miss her work here in Roanoke.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Wednesday;


Bono has served as the city's spokesman for nine years. She's moving to Tallahassee, Florida where she has been appointed Director of Communications.
Bono says it hasn't been hard for her to say good things about Roanoke, and she's especially proud of the two All- America City awards it won during her years here.
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IN Q=When people talk

((MICHELLE BONO/ROANOKE INFORMATION OFFICER: WHEN PEOPLE TALK ABOUT ROANOKE BEING AN ALL-AMERICA CITY, SOME PEOPLE THINK THAT MEANS WE'RE PERFECT. WHAT IT MEANS TO ME IS THAT CITIZENS IN ROANOKE WANT TO GET INVOLVED AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE, SO IF WE HAVE PROBLEMS, WE'RE WILLING TO WORK TOGETHER ON THEM AND THAT'S THAT PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENS. AND THAT'S WHAT THIS JOB TO ME HAS BEEN ALL ABOUT IS GETTING PEOPLE INVOLVED AND DOING THE KINDS OF THINGS THAT DO MAKE US AN ALL-AMERICA CITY.))
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OUT Q=an All- America City.
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VO-NAT


Wednesday was Bono's last day with the city of Roanoke. She starts in Tallahassee on May 12th.
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PETS


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-11
GRAPHIC=SPCA


The Roanoke Valley S-P-C-A is looking for MORE than a few good people to become members of their organization.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


The animal shelter has been participating in an adopt-a-thon all weekend, but it has also just started its membership drive.
Currently the S-P-C-A has about 800 members, the goal is to triple that number by the end of July.
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SOT 14:20:34
IN Q=A MEMBER PAYS

((JOHN PIEDMONT/ROANOKE VALLEY SPCA: A MEMBER PAYS A YEARLY FEE, YOU GET A NEWSLETTER, PLUS A NUMBER OF MERCHANTS IN THE VALLEY WILL GIVE YOU A SMALL DISCOUNT ON PRODUCTS AND SERVICES.))
SUPER=01-John Piedmont/Roanoke Valley SPCA;
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OUT Q=PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
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VO-NAT


Some members volunteer at the facility, but that's not a requirement.
The S-P-C-A cares for stray animals and tries to find homes for as many as possible.
S-P-C-A officers also investigate cruelty to animal charges.
The money generated through the membership drive helps pay the shelter's operating costs.
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Tease#2



ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=Tease2
GRAPHIC=NONE


Still to come on the newscast, Roy Stanley will join us with all the day's sports,
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VO-NAT


and there was more than baseball at today's Salem Avalanche game.
First though the News 7 weekend stock report.
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Wrastling


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-16
GRAPHIC=none


When Salem Avalanche fans hit the stands today, they saw a battle royal.
But it had nothing to do with baseball...
Denise Allen and videographer Rob Monroe introduce us to some heavy hitters.
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SUPER=03-Salem; :12
SUPER=07-Jimmy Valiant; :24
SUPER=01-El Toro/Pro Wrestler; :55
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((YOU'RE LOOKING AT THE UNIVERSAL CHAMPION AND THE UNIVERSAL TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS AND WE'LL COME OUT WHEN WE FEEL LIKE COMING OUT AND YOU CAN STAND HERE UNTIL THE BALL GAME'S OVER FOR ALL WE CARE.))
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(( ))
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(( ))
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SOT 13:37:27
IN Q=THE GREATEST ATHLETES

((JIMMY "THE BOOGIE WOOGIE MAN" VALIANT: THE GREATEST ATHLETES IN THE WORLD ARE PROFESSIONAL WRESTLERS. WE COME OUT THERE WITH NO PADS AND YOU GET SOMEBODY PICKIN 'EM UP OVER SIX FOOT AND SLAM 'EM DOWN I DON'T CARE THEY COULD TAKE IT RIGHT ON THIS CONCRETE.))
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(( ))
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W-W-F Hall of Fame wrestler Jimmy Valiant was one of the stars of the pre-game event.
10 of the 12 professional wrestlers on hand are Valiant's students.
They learn the art of pro wrestling at his camp in Shawsville.
His students look at this event as a stepping stone to the big time.
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((EL TORO/PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER: I WAS LOOKING FOR NEW MOVES TO SEE HOW THEY MIGHT WRESTLE. CAUSE ONE DAY I MIGHT HAVE TO WRESTLE THEM.))
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The wrestling free-for-all was a promotional event for the Salem Avalanche.
None of the wrestlers were paid.
Valiant says appearances like this one are his way of giving something back after a long, successful career.
He says he hopes he's helping other wrestlers make their dreams come true.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, The Avalanche wrapped up a three game series with the Keys this afternoon Steve Mason will check in from the go cart race in downtown Roanoke.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And the Miami Heat advance winning their first playoff series in franchise history.
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S-Avalanche


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-1
GRAPHIC=Salem Avalanche


Over in Salem this afternoon, The Avalanche and Frederick Keys squared off in the final game of a three game weekend set.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Salem/Avalanche vs Keys; :


Some kids at the game flexing their muscles ringing the bell.
Salem lead 1 to nothing but Frederick's LeRoy McKinnis hits a single down the first base side with the bases loaded and the game was tied at 1 to 1.
Then the very next batter David SUPER=37-Salem/2/Frederick/6/;Lamb hits a

line drive to left field scoring Chris Bryant the Keys led 2 to 1 and Frederick goes on to win the game 6 to 2.
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=Hillcats logo


Meantime, Over in Lynchburg this afternoon, The Hillcats beat Prince William 5 to 1.

S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-2
GRAPHIC=Orioles/A's


Roberto Alomar hit a grand slam and drove in five runs as Baltimore crushed Oakland today 11 to nothing.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Baltimore/MLB; :


Davey Johnson relaxing in the dug as his team gets ready to come to bat.
In the bottom of the first, Eric Davis hits a line drive in the gap at left centerfield scoring a run and the Orioles jumped out to the 1 to nothing lead.
Baltimore was leading 3 to nothing in the fifth when B.J. Surhoff hits a
SUPER=35-Baltimore/11/Oakland/0/;line drive in the gap at right centerfield

scoring another run the Orioles led 4 to nothing and Baltimore routs Oakland 11 to nothing.
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S-Braves


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-3
GRAPHIC=Braves/Pirates


The Atlanta Braves scored three runs in the third inning and that was enough to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3 to 1.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Atlanta/WTBS; :


The Braves were leading one to nothing when this fly ball goes out to right field. Pittsburgh's Emil Brown loses the ball in the sun and drops it allowing Chipper Jones and Fred McGriff to score to make it 3 to nothing.
The Pirates got on the board in the top of the sixth. Kevin Young hits a line drive double down the left field line scoring a run and Pittsburgh trailed 3 to 1.
Mark Wohlers entered the game and SUPER=35-Atlanta/3/Pittsburgh/1/;

worked his way out of an eighth inning jam he strikes out Jarmaine Allensworth to end the game the Braves win it 3 to 1.
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S-Race


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Sears Point


The Winston Cup cars are still on the road course at Sears Point. Pole sitter Mark Martin got the jump and led the first lap of the race and he was the leader at the halfway point with Rusty Wallace second.
But Wallace had car problems his Miller Lite ford running on only 7 cylinders.
When I came to the studio Mark Martin was leading the race with only a few laps left.

S-Carts


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-4
GRAPHIC=WDBJ Racing


Everyone was a winner in the Advance Auto Parts Trust 500 today as drivers fans and charity teamed for an afternoon of racing on the Market.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


32 go carts turned the downtown market to a superspeedway today. The twist and turns were reminiscent of the Sears Point course.
Four heat races started the days racing. The top finishers made the consolation final. From there 25 drivers survived to make up the championship 15 laps final which was won by THE 110 per cent tire driver who was hurt in the championship race at 5:40. Tony McGuire was seventh.
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((TONY MCGUIRE/FINISHED SEVENTH: ))
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VO-NAT (cont)


The competitive atmosphere did take a back seat to charity with all the proceeds from the event going to the Roanoke Valley Trouble Center.
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IN Q=very exciting

((JANICE DINKINS/ROANOKE VALLEY TROUBLE CENTER DIRECTOR: )) ((CHAD TILLEY/ADVANCE AUTO PARTS VICE PRESIDENT: ))
SUPER=01-Janice Dinkins/Roanoke Valley Trouble Center Director; :00
SUPER=01-Chad Tilley/Advance Auto Parts Vice President; :11
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OUT Q=....as the year goes on.
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S-NBA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-5
GRAPHIC=NBA LOGO


The Miami Heat has advanced to the Eastern Conference semi finals with a 91 to 83 win over Orlando.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Miami, FL/NBC SPORTS; :


Pat Riley's Heat would open the game up in the third.
Voshon Lenard hits the first of his three pointers in the quarter and Miami led 50 to 38.
The Magic comes right back at the Heat Darryl Armstrong hits a three pointer and the lead was cut to 9.
Miami gets the ball to its big man Alonzo Mourning who takes it in for a dunk and a 62 to 48 lead.
But Orlando's Penny Hardaway hits a big three pointer and the lead was cut to 3, 86 to 83.
Then Miami's Hardaway, Tim comes SUPER=32-Miami/91/Orlando/83/;right back

and nails a three pointer with 14 seconds left the Heat wins it 91 to 83.
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