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Coming up-
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Guilty on all counts for Timothy McVeigh. We'll have reaction.
A waterslide breaks at a California waterpark injuring 33 teens.
One Roanoke nightclub is facing charges- Authorities say the girls show too MUCH.
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And Robin has the latest on the rain and potential flooding.
News 7 is next.

Newsbreak


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Good Evening.
Guilty on all eleven counts for Timothy McVeigh.
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A jury came back with the verdicts today- Now the jurors must decide whether McVeigh will die for the crimes.
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A day of fun at a Waterpark turned to horror when a waterslide collapsed- critically injuring ten teens.
It happened at Waterworld in California.
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Several obsenity charges are filed against the Girls, Girls, Girls nightclub- Prosecutors say the women are taking too much off.
Plus an update on singer Bob Dylan's condition.
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ANCHOR=Jean


Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Ok-Trial


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TAPE#97-40
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The verdict is guilty -- but the Oklahoma City bombing trial isn't over yet.

The same jury that convicted Timothy McVeigh on eleven counts will decide whether McVeigh will face the death penalty.
Dave Fehling reports from Denver.
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((FOR THE VICTIMS AND FAMILIES OF THE OKLAHOMA BOMBING, IT WAS TWO YEARS IN COMING. A JURY OF SEVEN MEN AND FIVE WOMEN FOUND TIMOTHY MCVIEGH GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS. EIGHT COUNTS OF MURDER AND THREE COUNTS OF CONSPIRACY. THEY DELIBERATED FOUR DAYS IN THE TRIAL OF THE MAN NOW CONVICTED OF THE WORST ACT OF TERROR ON AMERICAN SOIL. THE 1995 BOMBING OF THE MURRAH FEDERAL BUILDING IN OKLAHOMA CITY. AN ATTACK THAT LEFT 168 PEOPLE DEAD.
Catherine Alaniz, Daughter of Victim Charles Tomlin, Father of Victim
INSIDE THE COURTROOM BEFORE THE VERDICT, THERE WAS AN ATMOSPHERE OF HIGH ANXIETY. THE ROOM WAS PACKED WITH VICTIMS AND FAMILY OF VICTIMS. MANY WERE IN TEARS, ONE WOMAN PRAYED. SOME GRABBED THE BACK OF BENCHES AS THE VERDICT WAS READ.
THEN JUDGE RICHARD MATSCH READ THE JURY'S DECISION. GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS. TIMOTHY MCVEIGH DID NOT MOVE. OUTSIDE VICTIMS WERE JUBILANT. Joseph Hartzler, Prosecutor
FOR DEFENSE ATTORNEY STEPHEN JONES, THERE WAS LITTLE TO SAY.
Stephen Jones, McVeigh's Attorney))

Reax-Ok


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((GOD BLESS AMERICA.. LAND THAT I LOVE))
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Tonight victims famlies gathered across from the bombing site-
For many the verdict brings some closure.
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((I'M RELIEVED REALLY MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE.)) 18:06:25 ((MOST OF THEM CLAPPED WHEN IT HAPPENED I COULDN'T DO THAT BECAUSE ONE SIDE TELLS US IT'S SO SAD THAT MCVEIGH PUT US THROUGH THIS. NOW HE'S PUTTING HIMSELF THROUGH WHAT HE'S GOING THROUGH.))
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People poured water on a tree that survived the blast- water representing the tears shed.
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Robin-Wx


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Yet another stormy night in the region- Day three with lots of rain. So how much longer is this wet weather going to last? Let's check in with meteorologist Robin Reed- What's going on out there?
MCU Robin in WeatherCenter
DOPPLER/FULL STORM LOOP
WXPRO/FULL WEATHER ANALYSIS
TOSS TO JEAN

Girls-Girls


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TAPE#97-37
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A Roanoke nightclub is facing charges for violating obscenity laws.
The Commonwealth's Attorney says an undercover investigation has revealed the dancers are in violation of the law.
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Andrew Freiden joins us from our newsroom.
Andrew, what's the latest on this story? Girls Girls Girls is being charged with 15 counts of obscenity for having its
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employees dance in the nude, and OTHER violations
But we spoke to the manager at girls girls girls tonight, he's says he's not breaking the law.
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(( He says the city has given them permission to dance nude as long as it is an artistic expression.
Apparently that's how they will fight the case.
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The commonwealth's attorney's office says otherwise-- that the dancers are violating community standards.
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((DENNIS NAGEL/ASST. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTY.: WE'RE TALKING COMPLETELY NUDE DANCING AND ALSO ACTIVITIES WHICH INDICATE THAT THEY'RE VIOLATING WHAT WE BELIEVE TO A COMMUNITY STANDARD OF ROANOKE.))

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A lawyer for the company says the "Company also wants to try to be a good valley citizen, they believe they're in compliance with all city ordinances and laws."
As of now only the corporate officers and owners of Girls Girls Girls have been charged.
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Jean, the dancers and the manager running Girls Girls Girls at the time of the alleged offenses may also face charges.
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Andrew, what do the dancers think of today's charges?

Campbell-Zoning


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A plan to carefully control residential growth is coming under fire in Campbell County.
Hundreds of residents turned out for a public hearing tonight to speak out against proposed changes to the county's zoning laws.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( The most controversial zoning change would mean anyone owning land zoned A-1 agricultural could only sell that land in parcels of five acres or MORE.
The idea is to limit the number of high- density mobile home parks and subdivisions that strain the county's resources.
Larry Leonard was one of just three people who spoke in favor.
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((LARRY LEONARD/SUPPORTS ZONING CHANGES: PLANNED GROWTH SUCH AS YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT HERE IS A GOOD FIRST START. THIS PROPOSAL HAS BEEN STUDIED BY NUMEROUS GROUPS AND IS NOT JUST A WHIM OF A FEW PEOPLE.))
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But the overwhelming majority oppose the plan, claiming the county is forcing people to buy more land than they can afford or maintain.
They also feel their rights as landowners are being usurped by a power- hungry county government.
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((FREDA YEATTS/REALTOR: WHAT YOU'RE PROPOSING NOW IS GOING TO ABSOLUTELY RESTRICT A-1 PROPERTY TO THE EXTENT THAT YOU CAN SIT THERE AND PAY TAXES ON IT BUT YOU'RE NOT GOING TO BE ABLE TO DO ANYTHING WITH IT.))
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((DOTY FITZGERALD: IF YOU DECIDE TO PASS IT WE CAN TAKE IT ABOVE AND BEYOND YOU TO COURT AND I PLAN ON DOING THAT BECAUSE IT IS NOT YOUR RIGHT TO DECIDE THAT.))
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Standup 9:01:35
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((The supervisors and the planning commission will have a chance to fine tune these zoning changes during work sessions this summer. Without knowing what's going to happen, residents who spoke up say if their voices weren't heard at this public hearing, they'll make sure they're heard at the polls in November. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Rustburg.))
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City-Council


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TAPE#97-22
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Members of Roanoke City Council say they got the message.
Today, they formally abandoned the plan to raise their own salaries and scaled back raises for top administrators.
Joe Dashiell has more on the controversy that members are now describing as a "fiasco."
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((The plan to raise the mayor's pay by 28 percent, and the rest of council by 14 percent has provoked widespread and vocal criticism.
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((W. H. HIGHFILL: AND I AM ASHAMED OF YOU AND I AM ASHAMED OF MY ALL AMERICAN CITY.))
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And it continued even as council members were preparing to abandon the idea.
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((MAYOR BOWERS? NO. THE NOS HAVE IT AND THE ORDINANCE IS DEFEATED.))
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They scrapped their own raises, and reduced the increases for top administrators.
Council members say they hope the vote will help them put the issue behind them.
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((JACK PARROTT/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: NOTHING IS WORTH DIVIDING THIS CITY. WE'VE GOT A TEAR THAT I THINK WE CAN REPAIR.)) ((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: WE TRIED TO DO IT LEGALLY AND RIGHT AND ETHICALLY, AND NONETHELESS IT HAS BEEN A FIASCO. THIS COMMUNITY, I BELIEVE I OWE YOU AN APOLOGY FOR ANY MISUNDERSTANDING ABOUT IT AND I DO OFFER THAT AND I JUST WANT TO SAY THAT WE HAVE HEARD YOU AND HOPE THAT OUR DECISION WILL BE IN THE EFFORT TO HEAL THIS COMMUNITY AND GET ON WITH THE BUSINESS AT HAND.))
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Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
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Still to come on the newscast, Roanoke's commisioner of revenue receives a critical report
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And over 30 young teenagers are injured as a water slide collapses in California.
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Waterworld


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A waterslide collapsed at a California amusement park- injuring 33 teens- at least seven critically.
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It happened at Waterworld U-S-A-
The teens were on the Bonzai Tower when they slid down together-
Witnesses say the slide buckled, sending the victims through the air and onto concrete and wooden stairs below.
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1:08:17 (( WE KIND OF HEARD A CRACK AND WE LOOKED UP AND HEARD SOME SCREAMS AND SAW WATER POURING OUT OF THE SLIDE.))
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((THERE WAS A SENIOR PRANK. THEY ALL WANTED TO HOLD HANDS BE TOGETHER YOU KNOW. THE GRADUATING CLASS.)) 1:09:07 ((AND YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO GO ONE AT A TIME AND THEY DISOBEYED THE LIFEGUARD THEY JUST WENT DOWN ALL TOGETHER.))
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One witness says the slide gave little warning- quickly giving way.
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Shabazz


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The wife of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X-
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remains in critical condition-
Today many well known visitors filed in and out of the hospital- including former New York Mayor Ed Koch.
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Shabazz was burned in a fire at her apartment.
Police say her 12 year old grandson set the blaze.
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((HER 12 YEAR OLD GRANDSON HER BLOOD LORD JESUS FATHER GOD THAT CHILD NEEDS PRAYER JUST AS WELL FATHER.))
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In Atlanta, a prayer vigil was held at the tomb of Martin Luther King Junior.
12 year old Malcolm Shabazz will be arraigned tomorrow.
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City-Council


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-22
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Seal


Members of Roanoke City Council say they got the message.
Today, they formally abandoned the plan to raise their own salaries and scaled back raises for top administrators.
Joe Dashiell has more on the controversy that members are now describing as a "fiasco."
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((The plan to raise the mayor's pay by 28 percent, and the rest of council by 14 percent has provoked widespread and vocal criticism.
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((W. H. HIGHFILL: AND I AM ASHAMED OF YOU AND I AM ASHAMED OF MY ALL AMERICAN CITY.))
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And it continued even as council members were preparing to abandon the idea.
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((MAYOR BOWERS? NO. THE NOS HAVE IT AND THE ORDINANCE IS DEFEATED.))
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They scrapped their own raises, and reduced the increases for top administrators.
Council members say they hope the vote will help them put the issue behind them.
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((JACK PARROTT/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: NOTHING IS WORTH DIVIDING THIS CITY. WE'VE GOT A TEAR THAT I THINK WE CAN REPAIR.)) ((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: WE TRIED TO DO IT LEGALLY AND RIGHT AND ETHICALLY, AND NONETHELESS IT HAS BEEN A FIASCO. THIS COMMUNITY, I BELIEVE I OWE YOU AN APOLOGY FOR ANY MISUNDERSTANDING ABOUT IT AND I DO OFFER THAT AND I JUST WANT TO SAY THAT WE HAVE HEARD YOU AND HOPE THAT OUR DECISION WILL BE IN THE EFFORT TO HEAL THIS COMMUNITY AND GET ON WITH THE BUSINESS AT HAND.))
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Audits


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TAPE#97-39
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Call it an assessment of the assessment.
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This afternoon, city auditor Bob Byrd handed down a list of recommendations to improve Roanoke's personal property estimate system.
He says by automating it, the process would be virtually error-free.
Commissioner of Revenue Marsha Compton Fielder has been criticized for under assessing some vehicles in recent years.
Fielder says she selected a gradual increase instead of a radical one for those vehicle owners.
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((MARSHA COMPTON FIELDER/COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE: SOME PEOPLE MAY DISAGREE WITH THE JUDGEMENT CALL I MADE. BUT I FROZE THE VEHICLE VALUES THAT WERE BELOW THE VALUE FROM THE OLDER CAR GUIDE FOR TWO YEARS IN A ROW. AND I'VE ATTEMPTED TO MOVE TOWARDS THE CAR ASSESSMENT VALUE THAT'S REQUIRED BY STATE CODE FOR ME TO USE. ))
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Members of the audit subcommittee will discuss the situation again, during their October meeting.
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Decals


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TAPE#97-24
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The assessment controversy ironically fell on the last day to paying personal property taxes.
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Compared to years past, today's deadline came and went without much fanfare.
Lines at the Department of Motor Vehicles and the city municipal building were small for the most part... and moved quickly.
If you haven't paid your personal property tax yet, your vehicle could be ticketed or towed.
You'll also face a financial penalty.
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Still to come on the newscast, (----------------)
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we'll meet a man who is going out of his way to pay tribute to Booker T. Washington.
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WEFC


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TAPE#97-31
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The Heart of Roanoke is changing hands.
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WEFC Channel 38 is being sold to a nationwide communications firm.
Current owner Ken Wright says the FCC is forcing him to sell because he can't afford the costly mandatory upgrade to digital TV.
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((KEN WRIGHT/WEFC OWNER: WE'VE BEEN PROVIDING A SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY. ACTUALLY IT WOULD COST US MORE TO UPGRADE THE STATION THAN IT COST US TO PUT IT ON THE AIR...WHEN WE BUILT IT IN 86. ))
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The buyer is reportedly "Paxson Communications," a company that owns more than 100 independent stations.
Most of those air Infomercials.
But Wright says the owner of the Paxson Communications is a devout Christian with plans for a Global Christian network.
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((KEN WRIGHT: AS FAR AS WE KNOW, THE STATION WOULD CONTINUE TO BE PRETTY MUCH AS IT IS. IT WILL STILL MAINTAIN MOST OF THE PROGRAMS THAT ARE CARRIED NOW.))
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Wright says he will continue to produce his daily show "Ken Wright and Friends."
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S-Score


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When you have taken the night off from work to see a little baseball you're just not going to give in to the weather without a fight.
This lady was determined to see some baseball last night at Salem Memorial as she waited all alone in the rain.
Looks like a good Snickers commercial to me.
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S-Avalanche


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#CL-97
GRAPHIC=AVALANCHE


The Salem Avalanche and frederick Keys gave it their best shot last night, but they didn't even get in a half inning before lightning and rain washed out game one of their four game series.
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Despite the forecast, there was good reason to give it a try, as Jamey Wright the first Avalanche player to ever make it to the majors was back in town on loan from the Rockies rehabbing a bad right clavicle.
But Wright had a rocky opening inning as runners reached second and third with just one out. Then Augie Ojeda was able to dash home from third on the fielder's choice to make it 1-to-Nothing Keys.
Wright would then find the right stuff with the strikeout as he and the Avalanche started to settle down.
But again their was no settling down mother nature as the skies opened and the fans started dashing for the exits.
The grounds crew did a nice job of getting the tarp down, but all that wicked lightning forced the game to be postponed. The two teams will try again tonight.
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S-Staples


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
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GRAPHIC=UVA


Roanoke's Curtis Staples is now one of 16 finalists for the 1997 USA World University basketball team.
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SUPER=03-Charlottesville;


The UVa shooting guard will be a world traveler by the time the summer is over, if he can make the final cut.
In early August he will practice out in Peoria, Illinois for a week, then head to Nova Scotia and then on to Italy, where the team will play for 10 days in August.
The final cut will take the team down to 12 players.
The selection process began on May 20th with 66 players.
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S-Brandon


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-4
GRAPHIC=NBA PLAYOFFS


The NBA playoffs are off until Wednesday night, but last night in Chicago, the league
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handed out its annual sportsmanship award, presenting it to the Cleveland Cavaliers Terrell Brandon, who received 55 of the 115 votes cast.
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((TERRELL BRANDON/NBA SPORTSMANSHIP WINNER:))
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Buck Williams of the Knicks was second in the balloting with Utah's Jeff Hornacek third.

S-Flyers


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#s7-7
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While the NBA finals are off until midweek, the Stanley Cup finals resume tonight in Philadelphia with the Flyers trailing the Red Wings 1 games to nothing.
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SUPER=03-Philadelphia; :00


Yesterday afternoon, Flyers' coach Terry Murray announced that Garth Snow will replace Ron Hextall in goal after a lackluster opener in which the Red Wings scored 4 times.
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S-Memorial


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-26
SS=PGA TOUR


Last week NASCAR and Indy finished their races on Monday and Tuesday, today it was the PGA Tour's turn to go an extra day to finish the Memorial.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Dublin, OH/ESPN; :00


Rain forced postponement on the weekend and reduced the event to 54 holes.
Vijay Singh took advantage of the overcast, foggy condition as he hits one of the finest 3 wood shots from the fairway that you will ever see, knocking the ball to within a foot of the cup on hole number 11.
Vijay shot a 67 today to finish the 54 holes with a two shot win over Greg Norman.
Singh picked up $342 thousand dollars with the win.
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Sports Tease


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WRITER=Mike
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Still to come tonight on News 7 sports, Steve Mason introduces us to an
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area high school baseball player who hit a homerun a game this past season.
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S-Giles


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GRAPHIC=Baseball


The State high school baseball and softball tournaments open tomorrow, for a number of area teams.
Giles failed to make it this far, but the Spartans did feature the top slugger in the area.
Steve Mason says more on Chris Hutchison.
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((Hutchison was an all state selection; leaving his coach with a easy decision when it came to working with Chris in his final year. ((:))
This year turned into a statistical eruption. Hutchison batted .650 with 52 RBI's and 18 homeruns. ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((CHRIS:))
Hutchison wears number 7 from his centerfield position for Giles. His hard work while dawning number 9 from the Spartan backfield has also aided his cause in at the plate. ((:)) Chris will play in the mid July East/West All star game in Hampton and is headed to Virginia Tech next year on a partial baseball scholarship.)) ((
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Bob-Dylan


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Singer Bob Dylan has been released from the hospital.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


Dylan is expected to make a complete recovery from (Histo-plasmosis) histoplasmosis, an infection that causes swelling around the heart.
Doctors say it will take the singer four to six weeks to return to normal.
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Booker-March


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WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-25
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Nineteenth Century educator Booker T. Washington lived the first nine years of his life on a plantation near Hale's Ford in Franklin County.
When he and his family were given their freedom at the end of the Civil War, they WALKED 250 miles to Malden, West Virginia.
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A 20th Century admirer is roughly re-tracing those footsteps this month.
Though it was a flight to freedom, Joe Bundy keeps in mind that Booker T. worked every bit as hard in the salt mines of West Virginia as he did as a slave... maybe harder.
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((JOSEPH BUNDY/BOOKER T. WASHINGTON SCHOLAR: THE STORY ABOUT HIM HAVING TO WORK IN THE SALT WORKS, LOAD SALT IN THE BARRELS, THEN WORK FROM LIKE FIVE O'CLOCK TO NINE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING, THEN GO TO SCHOOL AND COME BACK AFTER SCHOOL AND WORK... all at the age of about 11 or 12? YEAH. HE WAS ABOUT 11 AT THAT TIME. THEN WHEN HE REALIZED HE COULDN'T DO THAT, BECAUSE HE WAS GETTING TO SCHOOL TOO LATE, THE KID WORKS ALL DAY AND GOES TO NIGHT SCHOOL.))
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Booker T. Washington went on to earn a P-h-D and found Tuskegee Institute.
Bundy figures it'll take three weeks to walk to Charleston.
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