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Coming up next on News 7 at 6, a seven year old girl is dead after she was thrown from a pickup truck in Montgomery county.
The driver is under arrest tonight.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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And there are jobs out there, but does Southwestern Virginia have the people to fill them?

Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
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In sports, Highlights from major league baseball this afternoon the Bulls lead the Heat 3 to zip.
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And we'll check in with day one of the Largest two day pro am bicycle race right here in the valley.
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WX-Head
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The scattered rain and storms will stick around overnight.
Your memorial day forecast looks cool and rainy.
The forecast details ahead.

MontAx-folo


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=dal
TAPE#=97-34
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A seven year old girl is dead following a wreck in Montgomery County yesterday.
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Samantha O. Rentch of Elliston, VA died yesterday when the pick-up truck she was riding in slammed into an oncoming car.
The accident happened along route 460.
The little girl was thrown from the truck on impact.
Twelve year-old Tony D. Anders of Check and 25 year-old Philip L. Lewis if Christiansburg were also injured in the accident and taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Police arrested the driver of the pick-up truck Christopher Fisher.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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He's charged with driving under the influence, refusal to take a breath test and possession of marijuana.

Franklin-Ax


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=Accident


An early morning accident left an Appomattox man dead.
Curtis Brown died after driving over the edge of the highway and crashing into several trees.
The accident happened along route 220 at about six this morning.


Allen


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
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TAPE#=97-18
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Governor Allen spent the past week on another of his "listening tours."
This time, it was through southwest Virginia.
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The governor traveled on horseback, took a bicycle trip on the Virginia Creeper Trail near Abingdon, and rode a train from Giles County to the coalfields.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: I VERY MUCH ENJOY GETTING OUT WITH THE PEOPLE, LISTENING TO THE PEOPLE. MOST OF THEM ARE VERY OPTIMISTIC, THEY ARE VERY POSITIVE. THEY'RE PLEASED WITH EITHER THE JOBS OR THE GREATER SAFETY, OR THEY LIKE OUR ACADEMIC STANDARDS IN EDUCATION. AND YOU ALSO HEAR PEOPLE WHO HAVE SOME CONCERNS,AND THEY COME UP WITH ALL SORTS OF IDEAS, SOME REALLY GREAT IDEAS THAT NO ONE HAD THOUGHT ABOUT. ))
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Allen says these trips help him learn what really matters to ordinary Virginians.

Deregulation


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
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Virginia consumers could eventually be able to choose their electric company.
Later this year, the State Corporation Commission will tell the General Assembly how to deregulate utilities, and give consumers more options when choosing their electric supplier.
Officials are also considering a proposal to freeze Virginia Power electric rates for five years while the utility prepares for competition.

Collections


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=Virginia State Seal


Money owed by criminals is hard to collect.
In recent years, Virginia officials turned criminal debts over to prosecutors and collection agencies, which can garnish state wages, tax refunds and lottery prizes.
But some say the results aren't very impressive.
Alexandria has one of northern Virginia's most successful debt-collection efforts -- retrieving 22 percent of the overdue fines and fees referred this year.
But it still has back debts of 7-point-7 (m) million dollars.

Small-Business


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=tte
TAPE#=97-26
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There are plenty of jobs in Virginia, but not enough skilled workers to fill open positions.
That's the story according to a technology expert.
News 7's Tina Tenret reports.
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CURRENTLY THERE ARE 19-THOUSAND JOB VACANCIES IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA. IF WE COULD FIND A REGION OF VIRGINIA THAT HAD THE WORKFORCE SKILLS AND THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE, I THINK WE COULD BRING 500 OF THOSE HIGH-WAGE JOBS EVERY MONTH TO A REGION FOR THE NEXT TWO YEARS.))
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Will the region rise to this challenge?
Dr. Robert Templin is telling the Chamber of Commerce there are jobs out there.
The hot spot is technology, and Internet business is booming.
But Templin says the workforce falls short on skills.
He says computers in the classroom is a must for all ages.
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((ROBERT TEMPLIN/PRESIDENT OF VIRGINIA'S CENTER FOR INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY: IT'S NOT ALL JOBS THAT REQUIRE COLLEGE DEGREES, HOWEVER. THE MAJORITY OF NEW JOBS BEING CREATED REQUIRE MORE TRAINING THAN HIGH SCHOOL BUT LESS THAN A BACHELOR'S DEGREE. SO COMMUNITY COLLEGES FIGURE IN PROMINENTLY AS WELL.))
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Lee Ann Carter-Monsour is the president of her own Cabinet making business and the winner of the Chamber's Small Business Awards.
She agrees technology plays a large part in her store's success.
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((OUR MACHINERY IN THE SHOP, RUN BY COMPUTERS, AND I SORT OF DO EVERYTHING THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY AND THEN THEY HAVE TO TAKE WHAT I DO AND COMPUTERIZE IT AND MAKE IT HAPPEN. BUT IT'S MADE A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE.))
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Templin says Roanoke, Richmond and Lynchburg could compete globally in technology -- if the work force were up to speed. Tina Tenret, News-7.))

FEST-ARTISTS


ANCHOR=ERIC
NEWSCAST=SIX
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#=97-42
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Roanoke's Festival in the Park is boasting two award winning artists.
These area high school students have won money for college through the festival's scholarship program.
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((CATHY CADDY/SCHOLARSHIP CHAIRPERSON: WE THINK IT WILL PROBABLY GIVE SOME STUDENTS AN OPPORTUNITY TO FURTHER THEIR EDUCATION IN THE ARTS THAT PERHAPS THEY WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO DO SO OTHERWISE.))
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Creceda (Cree-CEE-da) LaMaire (La-Mare) won second place and will receive 750-dollars for each year of college as long as she majors in art.
The Cave Spring senior plans to attend Appalachian State in the fall.
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((CRECEDA LAMAIRE/SCHOLARSHIP WINNER: I PLAN ON GOING INTO ART THERAPY. IT'S A COMBINATION OF PSYCHOLOGY AND FINE ARTS AND IT'S JUST TO HELP ANYBODY WITH A PROBLEM TO EXPRESS THEMSELVES THROUGH ART RATHER THAN JUST THROUGH VERBAL COMMUNICATION.))
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Jason Bradford received special recognition.
The Festival provided him and Creceda with a free booth.
The money they make will go to their education.
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((JASON BRADFORD/SCHOLARSHIP WINNER: I PLAN TO GO TO ROANOKE COLLEGE AND GET MY BACHELOR'S DEGREE AND THEN FROM THERE PURSUE A CAREER IN SOME LINE OF COMMERCIAL ART WORK.))
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The festival has given away nearly 30-thousand dollars since the program began in 1992.
Funds raised by the annual Shrimpfest and donations from local businesses provide the scholarship money.
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As the summer heat continues more people may look to cool waters for relief.
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But, as Denise Allen explains, safety must come first. More on that when News 7 at Six returns.
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Business-Review


ANCHOR=Eric
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A plant closing in Martinsville, and one of the Roanoke Valley's largest employers gets a big honor.
Here's Len Besthoff with the News-7 Business Review.
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((After cutting several hundred jobs late last year, Hanover Direct expects to add 100 new ones this fall as it makes the Roanoke Valley its distribution hub.
Once the new hires are added, Hanover Direct will have the equivalent of 575 full time workers in Roanoke County.
A reorganization move by Bassett Furniture will include the closing of its W-M Bassett plant in Martinsville.
The company says the 400 employees there will be offered jobs at some of its other plants nearby.
For the eighth consecutive year Norfolk Southern has captured one of the railroad industry's most coveted honors, E-H Harriman Memorial Safety Award.
N-S has more than 3000 employees in our area.
A big week on Wall Street.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 151 points for the week, posting a new record, the Nasdaq Composite also reached a record, rising 49 points.
Len Besthoff, with the News-7 Business Review. Nat Sot
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Also this week, Nexus Communications plans to build a new four- point- three- million- dollar call center in Dickenson County.
About 130 workers will be hired initially, followed by as many as 500 over the next three years.
Nexus Communications provides direct- marketing and consumer- information services.))

Lifejackets


ANCHOR=ERIC
NEWSCAST=SIX
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#=97-38
GRAPHIC=Water Safety


Memorial Day weekend is traditionally the kickoff of summer fun.
And marina operators on Smith Mountain Lake are trying to make it a safe season as well.
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The BOAT-U.S. Foundation for Boating Safety has funded a life jacket loaner program.
These jackets are available at Saunders Parkway Marina at no cost.
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((JAMES CLAYTON/SAUNDERS PARKWAY MARINA: YOU JUST BASICALLY SIGN OUT ONE. WE GET YOUR NAME, PHONE NUMBER AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER. YOU TAKE A LIFE JACKET ACCORDING TO THE SIZE YOU NEED AS MANY AS YOU NEED FOR HOW MANY CHILDREN YOU HAVE IN YOUR PARTY OR GROUP GOING OUT ON A BOAT.))
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Clayton says children are more likely to be hurt in water accidents because they're inexperienced swimmers.
He hopes all boaters will use common sense by outfitting children in life preservers.
Clayton says he hopes this program will expand to other marinas on the lake in the future.
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Lost-World


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=NET
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With huge jaws snapping, and deadly claws ripping, the less than loveable dinosaurs of "Jurassic Park" are back. Based on the Michael Crichton book of the same title, "The Lost World," starts the summer movie season.
On the Universal lot where some of the scenes were shot, Patty Spitler talked to the film's female lead, Julianne Moore.
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((ISN'T IT GREAT? OOH, AHH! THAT'S HOW ALL THIS STARTS, THEN LATER THERE'S RUNNING AND SCREAMING.))
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Julianne Moore stars with Jeff Goldblum in "The Lost World," the sequel to the 1993 hit "Jurassic Park," and of course, her other co-stars are the dinosaurs - animatronic or computer generated.
Moore was forced to use vivid imagination when reacting to animals that don't exist.
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((PATTY SPITLER/REPORTING: WHAT DO YOU DRAW UPON WHEN YOU HAVE TO BE THAT AFRAID IN A MOVIE? JULIANNE MOORE: I THINK YOU JUST, YOU KNOW, IT'S A MATTER OF SUSPENDING YOUR DISBELIEF AND PRETENDING SOMEWHAT. IT WAS PRETTY EASY TO BE UNCOMFORTABLE IN THAT SCENE, BECAUSE IT WAS VERY, VERY COLD. I MEAN, IT WAS COLD INSIDE THAT TRAILER, AND IT WAS RAINING INSIDE THE TRAILER, SO ALL OF US WERE SHAKING FROM THE COLD AND THAT SORT OF HELPS THAT WAY, AND THEN YOU CAN IMAGINE THE REST - IT SORT OF LEADS YOU THERE.))
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((PATTY SPITLER/REPORTING: SO THEY MAKE YOU UNCOMFORTABLE AND THERE THE ACTING COMES EASIER AFTER THAT? JULIANNE MOORE: WELL, IT WORKED IN THAT CASE. THERE'S A LOT OF WETNESS IN THIS MOVIE. IT'S ALWAYS RAINING IN THE LOST WORLD.))
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Based on the Michael Crichton book, "The Lost World" finds Steven Spielberg again assuming the directing duties.
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((STEVEN SPIELBERG/DIRECTOR: YOU PUT TOGETHER ONE GROUP OF HUNTERS AND ANOTHER GROUP OF DINOSAUR ADVOCATES. WHEN THESE TWO GROUPS COME TOGETHER, IT'S MORE THAN JUST RUNNING AND DINOSAURS. IT'S HUMAN DRAMA IN THIS ONE.))
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And his actors have nothing but praise for their acclaimed director.
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((JULIANNE MOORE/ACTRESS: WHENEVER WE WERE UNCOMFORTABLE, HE WOULD GET US IN AND OUT OF THERE AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. HE REALLY WOULD SING TO US OVER THE MIC. HE'D SING SONGS, HE'D TELL JOKES. IF WE WERE EVER IN A POSITION THAT WE COULDN'T GET OUT OF WHILE THEY WERE SETTING UP, HE'D KIND OF CODDLE US. HE WAS GREAT.))
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((JULIANNE MOORE/ACTRESS: I THINK IF A CHILD IS OLD ENOUGH TO UNDERSTAND THAT STUFF IS PRETEND, IT'S OK FOR THEM TO SEE IT. I THINK WHEN THEY ARE STILL YOUNG ENOUGH TO BELIEVE THAT SOMETHING IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING, IT MIGHT BE TOO MUCH FOR THEM TO SEE THE MOVIE.))
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Actually, the rating board guideline has determined that kids under 13 might be pretty scared by the dinosaurs - "The Lost World" is rated PG13. In Hollywood, I'm Patty Spitler for CBS News.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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By the way, "The Lost World" is Steven Spielberg's first film since 1993. That year, he directed both "Jurassic Park" and "Schindler's List."
You can catch the movie at local theaters in the Roanoke area.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Eric
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Still to come on the newscast,
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It won't set sail until June, but there's a lot of work to keep a batteau afloat.
But first, a look at your weekend stocks.
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BATEAU-Festival


ANCHOR=ERIC
NEWSCAST=SIX
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#=97-39
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Hard work and skilled craftsmanship are the building blocks of the James River Batteau Festival.
Denise Allen and videographer Rob Monroe introduce us to one crew, as they work to make their craft sea-worthy.
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((WE CHOSE 1816 AS OUR FOCUS FOR THE GOVERNOR HENRY.))
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The crew of the Governor Henry successfully completed the 126 mile journey down the James last year.
But before they launch the craft on June 14th some repairs need to be made.
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((PAUL THOMAS/GOVERNOR HENRY CAPT.: THIS IS SIDNEY HUGGINS AND SHE'S CAULKING THE BOAT. WE HAVE A WOODEN SPINE AND THE CRACK WHICH IS QUITE LARGE AND WE'RE PACKING COTTON ON EITHER SIDE OF THAT SPINE.))
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The wood is then saturated with water.
It swells and the cotton acts like a gasket sealing the cracks.
That's the way it was done back then.
And that's why this group won the authenticity award last year.
They say they're trying to create an awareness of another time.
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((LYNN WARD/ROANOKE-STAUNTON RIVER BATTEAU SOCIETY: FIGURING OUT HOW THEY IN THOSE DAYS PRESERVED THEIR FOOD, CARRIED FOOD WITH THEM, WHAT KIND OF FOODS. IT'S NOT JUST THE BOAT TRAVELING DOWN THE RIVER.))
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Before the Governor Henry ever saw water, this crew did a lot of research.
They say there's proof of batteau travel down the Pig River in Franklin County.
That research also helped them construct this 46 foot boat from white oak and poplar trees.
The repairs are almost complete and the crew says they're ready for their trip back to the 1816.
Denise Allen News 7.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
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And coming up, The Rockets and Jazz hooked up again in Houston this afternoon the Bulls talk about their win over the Heat yesterday.
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And Virginia Tech is knocked out of the N-C-Double-A regional baseball tournament.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#CL-97
GRAPHIC=Tech Baseball


Virginia Tech's run in the N-C-double-A South Two regional ended last night.
Southern California, A team the Hokies beat earlier in the tournament, beat the hokies 6 to 2 last night.
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The Hokies fell behind early and in the fifth inning Southern Cal's Eric Munson belted this two run homer over the right field wall to make it 6 to nothing Trojans.
Tech got on the board in the fifth when Chad Foutz hit an R-B-I double down the left field line for his second hit of the game but the Trojans beat the Hokies 6 to 2.
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S-Pirates


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-10
GRAPHIC=Pirates/Expos


A 5 run eighth inning carried the Pittsburgh Pirates past Montreal 8 to 6.
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Felipe Alou looking on at the start ot the game.
The Expos got on the board first David Segui hits this grounder up the middle for an R-B-I single and Montreal went on top 1 to nothing.
The Expos padded that lead an inning later Mike Lansing sending this pitch deep over the left field wall to make it 2 to nothing Montreal.
Pittsburgh then started to rally SUPER=35-Pittsburgh/8/Montreal/6/;Dale

Swarm gets all of this pitch sending it over the centerfield wall for a three run homer and the Pirates beat the Expos 8 to 6.
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S-Jays


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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The Toronto Blue Jays picked up a win this afternoon beating Anaheim in 11 innings 4 to 3.
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Tony Phillips watching from the dugout.
In the top of the second Luis Alicea hits this shot for a triple to right field two runs score and the Angels took the 2 to nothing lead.
But the Blue Jays rallied in the bottom of the second Carlos Delgado hits this solo homer deep over the right centerfield wall to make it 2 to 1 Angels.
And in the bottom of the fourth, SUPER=35-Toronto/4/Anaheim/3/;Carlos

Garcia hits a single to left field scoring a run to make it 3 to 2 Toronto and the Blue Jays win it 4 to 3 in 11.
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S-NBA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-28
GRAPHIC=NBA Logo


The Rockets and Jazz resumed their Western Conference playoff series this afternoon in Houston.
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Houston's Charles Barkley takes it inside on Karl Malone he scores and draws the foul sending Malone to the bench with two.
The Jazz went to Malone's replacement Antoine Carr he hits the jumper and the Jazz maintained a three point lead.
The Rockets come right back going SUPER=32-Utah/92/Houston/95/;to Clyde

Drexler for the basket and Houston goes on to win the game 95 to 92.
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S-Bulls


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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The Chicago Bulls, who've lost only one game in three playoff rounds, routed Miami 98 to 74 to take a 3 to nothing lead in that series.
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The Bulls can advance to the finals with a win tomorrow in Miami.

S-Cycles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-9
GRAPHIC=Sports Logo


The first of a two day pro-am bicycle race kicked off this afternoon with the ROC Hillclimb.
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Over 400 cyclist will compete this weekend and the event got off today with the start of the Hillclimb at the bottom of Mill Mountain.
The riders head up the mountain in the individual time trial up the scenic back roads to the top.
And the finish is at the top of the mountain where the individual times are recorded.
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((MIKE GRISSOM/BLUE RIDGE XALOY: ))
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