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SUPER=70-Eric Earnhart;
SUPER=70-Mike Stevens;
ANCHOR=Eric
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IN Q=Here's what's next

(( HERE'S WHAT'S NEXT ON NEWS-7 PRIMETIME... HE FOUGHT ALONGSIDE AMERICAN SOLDIERS IN VIETNAM, THEN PAID FOR IT WITH YEARS OF PERSECUTION AND EXILE. NOW SAM HO HAS JUST ARRIVED IN ROANOKE, READY TO MAKE A NEW LIFE FOR HIS FAMILY.
AND IT WAS A ONE TIME CHANCE FOR PARENTS WHO ARE BEHIND ON CHILD SUPPORT TO ESCAPE PROSECUTION.
MORE THAN THREE THOUSAND PARENTS HAVE SIGNED UP FOR THE STATE'S AMNESTY PROGRAM.))
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OUT Q=amnesty program



top-story


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#top
GRAPHIC=none
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TOP STORY GRAPHIC 11004
It's FRIDAY JUNE 20TH...
Our top story--
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SOT 16:53:03
IN Q=the marlboro man

((THE MARLBORO MAN WILL BE RIDING INTO THE SUNSET... ON JOE CAMEL ))
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=on joe camel
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VO-NAT


Tobacco makers make significant concessions to settle a series of lawsuits.
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P-Negotiations


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=News 7 Prime Time


Good evening, this is News 7 Prime Time on W-E-F-C.
I'm Eric Earnhart, sitting in for Connie Stevens.
SS=Tobacco Under Fire


They called it the most historic public health achievement in history.
Tobacco companies and lawyers for 40 states reached an agreement that settles billions of dollars in lawsuits.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


The agreement requires tobacco companies to pay a total of 360 billion dollars to settle dozens of lawsuits over the effects of smoking.
Tobacco ads will be sharply restricted... all outdoor cigarette advertising will end.
In return the tobacco companies no longer face about 60 lawsuits, and they can no longer be sued for anything they've done in the past.
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SOT 18:04:01
IN Q=we stand here

(( MICHAEL MOORE/MISSISSIPPI ATTORNEY GENERAL; WE STAND HERE TODAY, WE HOPE, PLANTING THE FLAG, THE BEGINNING IF YOU WILL, TO VICTORY AGAINST THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY, BUT WE ALSO STAND HERE IN HUMBLE RECOGNITION OF THE 50 YEARS OR SO OF FIGHTING THAT'S GONE ON BEFORE US.))
SUPER=01-Michael Moore/Mississippi Attorney General;
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=on before us
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN;

18:06:47
But one Attorney General who didn't join the agreement says it doesn't go far enough.
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SOT 18:05:46
IN Q=But instead of
((HUBERT HUMPHREY III, Minnesota BUT INSTEAD OF WAITING FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH

EXPERTS, THEY ARE NOW GOING TO ALLOW PEOPLE LIKE JESSE HELMS, NEWT GINGRICH, AND THE TOBACCO LOBBYISTS TO FIGURE IT OUT FOR ALL OF US. THAT I BELIEVE IS A PRESCRIPTION FOR DISASTER. ))
SUPER=01-Hubert Humphrey III/Minnesota Attorney General;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=for disaster
ANCHOR=Eric
SS=Tobacco Under Fire


Humphrey calls the settlement a tobacco bailout, and points to Wall Street as proof, noting tobacco stocks have gone up 20 percent since negotiations began.

p-Tobacco


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#597-31
GRAPHIC=Tobacco Under Fire


One side not represented at the talks in Washington was tobacco farmers...who say they stand to lose a lot.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville


In the Danville area, tobacco crops will bring in about 100 million dollars this year.
Farmers fear the settlement will eventually dry up their primary source of income.
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SOT
IN Q=I think it's going

((CLARENCE BRYANT/PRESIDENT, CONCERNED FRIENDS FOR TOBACCO: I THINK IT'S GOING TO LEAD TO MORE AND MORE LAWSUITS AND WHEN THAT HAPPENS AND JOBS ARE LOST IN AN ECONOMY LIKE OURS THAT'S SO DEPENDANT ON TOBACCO, THAT'S WHEN PEOPLE WILL REALIZE THEY MADE A MISTAKE.))
SUPER=01-Clarance Bryant/Concerned Friends for Tobacco;
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=made a mistake
ANCHOR=Eric
SS=Tobacco Under Fire


Farmers also point out if tobacco consumption drops, the government will have to find a way to replace the revenue generated from tobacco taxes.

P-Congress-Reax


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Tobacco Under Fire


The settlement must be approved by Congress and the president.
SS=John Warner


Senator John Warner issued a statement this afternoon.
He says although he hasn't had a chance to review all the details, the agreement does "appear to make strides toward ...keeping tobacco out of the hands of children."
SS=Virgil Goode


Congressman Virgil Goode's news secretary says Goode plans to review the agreement closely, to see how it affects tobacco growers and dealers.
No comment so far from other members of the Virginia delegation.

P-TV-Ads


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=THa
TAPE#597-25
GRAPHIC=Tobacco Under Fire


One Virginia Tech professor says today's clamp down on cigarette advertising brings the U-S in line with other countries.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Matt McAllister recently published a book about the affects of advertising on American culture.
Under today's deal, Joe Camel and the Marlboro Man are out.
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22:36:53
SOT
IN Q=A lot

((MATT MCALLISTER/COMMUNICATION STUDIES DEPT.: A LOT OF CIGARETTE ADS PLUG INTO RUGGEDNESS OR ROMANTICIZE CERTAIN ELEMENTS OF SMOKING, LIKE THE OUTDOORS, OR ADVENTURE OR REBELLION, AND THOSE ARE THEMES THAT YOUNG PEOPLE NATURALLY GRAVITATE TO.))
SUPER=01-Matt McAllister/Communication Studies Department; ;00
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OUT Q=gravitate to.
ANCHOR=Eric
ss=Tobacco Under Fire


McAllister says the United States is actually behind Europe in terms of restrictions on tobacco advertising.

P-Child-Support


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=sly
TAPE#597-30
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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VO-NAT


The deadline for parents to sign up for the state's child support amnesty program has passed.
So far about 34-hundred have taken advantage of the one-time program.
Letters were sent to 57-THOUSAND mothers and fathers this month who were not paying child support.
The amnesty program, which expired today, allowed those parents to call state social service offices and set up a payment plan.
In exchange, the state agreed not to pursue legal action against the parents.
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P-Refugees


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#97-35
GRAPHIC=NONE


22 years after the end of the Vietnam War, a group of Green Berets has finally brought some of its fellow soldiers to the United States.
These Vietnamese commandos fought along side U-S special forces.
Denise Allen introduces us to one such soldier and his family.
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IN Q=When he was
SUPER=02-Sam Ho/Vietnamese Refugee; :00
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :16
SUPER=01-Barbara Smith/Immigration and Refugee Services; :47
SUPER=01-David Burgess/Special Forces Association; 1:01
SUPER=@Denise2; 1:12
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((
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IN Q=

((SAM HO/VIETNAMESE REFUGEE: WHEN HE WAS PERSECUTED IN VIETNAM HE PLANNED TO ESCAPE TO HONG KONG. HE DIDN'T KNOW HE WOULD COME HERE BECAUSE IT WAS SO DIFFICULT.))
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=


But he says what they found was more persecution.
Ho was one of the many Vietnam Nung soldiers which fought side by side with United States Green Berets.
And in the end it was the special forces soldiers who lobbied the U.S. government to give the Vietnam Nung political asylum.
31 families arrived in the country yesterday.
But Ho says at least 30 more had already been shipped back to Vietnam before the U.S. intervened.
It was a fate he and his family feared and one he says could have cost them their lives.
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SOT 10:41:52
IN Q=THEY WERE LITERALLY

((BARBARA SMITH/IMMIGRATION SERVICES: THEY WERE LITERALLY JUST DAYS AWAY FROM BEING SENT BACK TO VIETNAM AND BEING RE-PATRIATED TO A COUNTRY THAT IS NOW DOMINATED BY THE COMMUNISTS AGAINST WHICH THEY FOUGHT.))
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=WHICH THEY FOUGHT
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SOT 14:16:55
IN Q=when the Ho family

((DAVID BURGESS/SPECIAL FORCES ASSN: WHEN THE HO FAMILY LANDED ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS SAM HO DID WAS TAKE OUT SOME MINIATURE FLAGS AND BEGIN WAVING THEM. SO THAT SAYS A LOT FOR HOW THEY FEEL ABOUT AMERICA.))
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=feel about America


Ho, his wife and three children will start their new lives by staying with relatives in Roanoke.
He says he is grateful to the U. S. and hopes his children will grow up to serve their new government.
Denise Allen News 7.

P-Booker


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#597-21
GRAPHIC=None


One man's journey in the footsteps of Booker T. Washington has ended.
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SOT
IN Q=NAT SOUND

((NAT SOUND SINGING))
RUNS=:03
OUT Q=NAT SOUND


Historian Joe Bundy arrived in Charleston, West Virginia yesterday, after a 250 mile walk from Franklin County.
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SOT
IN Q=The first couple

((THE FIRST COUPLE OF DAYS WE DID 25 MILES A DAY. THAT WAS UNIQUE WITHIN ITSELF. ))
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=within itself.
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VO-NAT


Bundy and some high school students who went with him had to endure flash flooding and stifling heat, but they made it.
Just as Washington and his family did when they were freed after the Civil War.
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ANCHOR=Eric
SUPER=x5040; Primetime Tease Load
SUPER=x5045; Start Motion
SUPER=x5041; Primetime Tease Stop


The search for whoever killed three young Spotsylvania girls goes nationwide.
That story when News 7 Prime Time returns.
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VO-NAT


Also a campaign is underway in Lynchburg to remember the sacrifices made by ALL who served their country.
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WEFC!!! go to break

P-American-Legion


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-34
GRAPHIC=NONE


A proposed Lynchburg memorial will honor all American Veterans, living AND deceased.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg


American Legion members say there are plenty of monuments honoring those who died in America's wars, but very few that remember veterans whose injuries keep them confined to local V-A hospitals.
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SOT 14:18:46
IN Q=And you go

((JIM TUCKER/AMERICAN LEGION POST 16: AND YOU GO TO THOSE PLACES AND YOU SEE THE SHAPE THAT SOME OF OUR VETERANS ARE IN AND THEY HAVE NOTHING TO SHOW FOR THEIR EFFORTS EXCEPT THEIR PAIN. SO WE DEVISED THIS IDEA OF PUTTING TOGETHER THIS MONUMENT THAT THOSE WHO ARE LIVING CAN ENJOY AND KNOW THAT IT BELONGS TO THEM AND NOT ONLY TO THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIFE.))
SUPER=01-Jim Tucker/American Legion Post 16; :00
RUNS=:27
OUT Q=gave their life.
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VO-NAT


The monument will be placed on the front lawn of the American Legion Hall on Greenview Drive.
The project carries a 30- thousand dollar price tag.
The post needs to raise half that amount in the next month in order to get work started.
Dedication is scheduled for Memorial Day, 1998.
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P-VA-Cares


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=jsu
TAPE#97-27
GRAPHIC=NONE


A lack of funds has temporarily closed a state program that helps ex-offenders successfully re-enter society.
Virginia CARES administrative office is closed until July 1st.
Locally TAP Virginia-CARES was forced to reduce its staff to two.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


TAP director Rosana Anderson says its difficult to operate with three fewer staff members.
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SOT 11:41:39
IN Q=that makes me

((ROSANA ANDERSON/TAP VA- CARES DIRECTOR: THAT MAKES ME FEEL SAD. I JUST WISH THAT THERE WERE FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR EX-OFFENDERS TO GIVE THEM AN OPPORTUNITY ))
SUPER=01-Rosana Anderson/TAP-VA Cares Director
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=an opportunity
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VO-NAT


Anderson maintains the program is cost effective and saves tax payers money.
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SOT 11:42:23
IN Q=It takes

((ROSANA ANDERSON/TAP VA-CARES DIRECTOR: IT TAKES OVER 50-THOUSAND DOLLARS TO HOUSE AN INMATE IN PRISON FOR AN AVERAGE OF TWO YEARS..OUR AVERAGE WE CAN TAKE 2-THOUSAND DOLLARS IN TWO YEARS A DEAL WITH ONE PARTICIPANT ))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=one participant
ANCHOR=Eric
SS=None


Virginia Cares lost the majority of its funding when it had to split state funds with other agencies.

P-Crenshaws


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#597-18
GRAPHIC=Crenshaws


It's been a long week for Crenshaw's employees and customers.
The electronics and appliance showroom in Roanoke reopened today but the doors of its Lynchburg store remained closed.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Valley View Mall store welcomed customers for the first time in four days.
A repossession action by a major lender kept both of Crenshaws' Virginia stores closed this week.
The Roanoke location still had a good amount of items on its shelves, but it was by no means filled to the rafters.
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Last Night;


A majority of the "repo" was completed after haulers took away merchandise from Crenshaws' Lynchburg store last night.
Crenshaws says many of the items were holdovers from the store's previous owner which weren't selling well.
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P-Missing-Girls


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=sly
TAPE#597-24
GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation


Investigators hope national television attention will lead to new information in the murders of three Spotsylvania County girls.
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VO-NAT Tape 97-38 at 13:47
SUPER=@File


The program "America's Most Wanted" will feature the murder cases of Sofia Silva and sisters Kristin and Kati Lisk this weekend and next.
A Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Department spokesperson says investigators are hopeful the national exposure will help them resolve the cases.
So far police have received more than 61-hundred leads, which are being investigated by 60 local, state and federal agents.
The Lisk sisters disappeared May first and were found five days later in a Hanover County river.
Silva was killed last September.
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ANCHOR=Eric
SUPER=x5040; Primetime Tease Load
SUPER=x5045; Start Motion
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Many artists wait a lifetime to have their work recognized--
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VO-NAT


but a Bedford girl's creations are already being seen around town--and around a few necks.
That story when News 7 Prime Time returns.
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WEFC!!! go to break

P-Kid-Ties


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=10p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#597-32
GRAPHIC=None


A young Bedford girl is cashing in on her artistic talents these days.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford;


12-year old Megan Glover was one of 17 winners across the nation in a tie-designing contest.
The contest was sponsored by the Men's Savant Apparell Division.
Megan called her winning entry "Summer Fun" and received a 500 dollar United States savings bond for her efforts.
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SOT 14.10.03 - 14.10.09
IN Q=I think it

((MEGAN GLOVER/YOUNG ARTIST: I THINK IT JUST LIKE CAME TO ME. IT WAS JUST THINKING ABOUT WHAT TO DRAW AND IT WAS JUST AN IDEA.))
SUPER=01-Megan Glover/Young Artist
RUNS=:06
OUT Q=just an idea
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VO-NAT


Megan's ties are now selling in local Belk department stores such as this one at Valley View Mall.
Five percent of the profit from the sell of the ties goes to Save the Children--a non-profit group helping children around the world.
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Forecasts
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SUPER=X5000;
SUPER=330-Partly/Cloudy/64-68/Partly Sunny/Scattered Storms/88-92;
SUPER=331-Scattered/Storms/66-70/Partly Sunny/Evening Storms/90-94;
SUPER=332-Evening Storms/Muggy/62-65/Partly Cloudy/Scattered Storms/83-87;
SUPER=333-Partly/Cloudy/62-66/Partly Sunny/Afternoon Storms/84-88;
SUPER=334-Evening Storms/Muggy/60-65/Partly Cloudy/Afternoon Storms/82-86;
SUPER=X5001;




P-Gordon


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=mjo
TAPE#597-27
GRAPHIC=Virginia State Seal


In HealthCheck tonight, un-planned pregnancies are a leading concern for Virginia's Health Department Commissioner.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


Dr. Randolph Gordon met with area leaders in Christiansburg this morning.
Gordon supports a new program designed to prevent unplanned pregnancies.
He says it could earn Virginia up to 80 million dollars if it's successful.
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SOT
IN Q=We have

((DR. RANDOLPH GORDON/ VA HEALTH DEPT. COMMISSIONER: WE HAVE A NEW INITIATIVE CALLED "PARTNERS IN PREVENTION" WHICH IS CONNECTED TO THE WELFARE REFORM INITIATIVE IN THE FEDERAL LEVEL, AND THAT'S REALLY LOOKING AT REDUCING OUT OF WEDLOCK BIRTHS. CONGRESS HAS SET ASIDE 20 MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR FOR FIVE STATES WHO ARE ABLE TO REDUCE THEIR OUT OF WEDLOCK BIRTHS THE MOST.))
SUPER=01-Dr. Randolph Gordon/VA Health Dept. Commissioner; :00
RUNS=:20
OUT Q=the most.
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VO-NAT


Gordon is also concerned about child immunizations.
Although most children are immunized by the time they reach school, he hopes to speed up that process.
(/////SOT/////)

17:23:23
SOT
IN Q=We're pretty

((DR. RANDOLPH GORDON/ VA HEALTH DEPT. COMMISSIONER:WE'RE PRETTY GOOD WHEN KIDS GET TO SCHOOL ABOUT ALL OF OUR CHILDREN WHEN THEY HIT SCHOOL AGE, AGE 6, ARE IMMUNIZED. IT'S THE TWO YEAR OLDS THAT WE'RE CONCERNED ABOUT. ))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=concerned about.
ANCHOR=Eric
SS=Virginia State Seal


Gordon wants to implement a computer tracking system that would allow doctors to find out what vaccines have been given to youngsters even if they received prior care elsewhere.

cool-video


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#cool
SUPER=x5042; Video of the Day Load
SUPER=x5045; Start Motion
GRAPHIC=News-7 primetime
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VO-NAT
SUPER=75-Coeur d'Alene, ID


Tonight's video comes from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho...
It's the Astro Rocket Launch... it's basically like strapping yourself to a giant slingshot...
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SOT 04:47:36
IN Q=

((nat sound "plunk" screaming yelling, bleeping, etc ))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=
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VO-NAT


The rocket chair hits sixty miles an hour in less then two seconds... generating 4 g's... that means you weigh four times heavier, and then all of a sudden you start to free-fall... and you just keep on bouncing...
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SUPER=x5043; Video of the Day Stop



SP-Score


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-28
GRAPHIC=PRIMETIME


Tonight on the Friday night edition of Primetime sports, qualifying results from California, as an average Joe wins the pole.
Plus, target practice in Frank County this weekend for you archers.
And what you've been waiting on - the Jack Russell Terrier races.
But first, some bad news for Tech football fans.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-Friday Football Extra; :00


top recruit Tyrone Robertson, the all-state player for Danville's George Washington high school dropped out of high school in late May because he reportedly was close to failing an English class.
Two of his coaches confirmed today that he failed to get his high school diploma, and now is considering enrolling at Fork Union.
Robertson was a Friday Football Extra player of the week last season.
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GO TO SCORE
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IN Q=first audio
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5010;
SUPER=0091-/Boston/6//Detroit/12/9///New York/5//Cleveland/1/9//;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0091-/Baltimore/0//Toronto/3/8///Kansas City/5//Milwaukee/6/7//;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0091-/Minnesota/3//Chicago/0//Rain Delay//Seattle/5//Texas/2/5/A's &

Angels -LATE/;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0092-j/Florida/2//Montreal/1///j/Atlanta/4//Philadelphia/1///;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0092-/Pittsburgh/0/j/New York/1////Cincinnati/3//St. Louis/2/7//;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0092-/Chicago/3//Houston/7/3///Colorado/0//San Diego/0/1//;
SUPER=x5011;
SUPER=0093-j/Salem/4//Kinston/2////Lynchburg/0/j/Winston-Salem/3///;
RUNS=:35
OUT Q=...LAST SCORE
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TAKE A BREAK

SP-Qualify


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#R-36
GRAPHIC=CALIFORNIA S'WAY


Let's begin primetime sports on this Friday night with a surprise pole winner from tonight's qualifying out in Fontana, California at Roger Penske's brand new track.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Fontana, CA/espn2; :00


Time trials began shortly after six eastern time with most eyes on who else but points leader Jeff Gordon.
Gordon was the fastest in practice yesterday, but only third fastest today.
Last week's pole winner at California's sister track in Michigan, Dale Jarrett qualified ninth.
His teammate Ernie Irvan had a firm grip on the pole until late in qualifying when Joe Nemechek went out and shocked the crowd with a record run of 183 point 015 miles an hour to win the inaugural pole for the California 500 by NAPA.
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SOT
IN Q="Our Bell South...

((JOE NEMECHEK/CALIFORNIA 500 POLE WINNER:))
SUPER=01-Joe Nemechek/California 500 Pole Winner; :00
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=...SUNDAY."
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VO-NAT CON'T


Jeff Burton for the final starting post on the first day, qualifying the Exide Ford 25th.
And Earnhardt was 14th quickest in the Goodwrench chevrolet.
Now the rundown.

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WIPE TO QUALIFYING
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5016;
SUPER=0107-1. Joe Nemechek /183.015/2. Ernie Irvan//3. Jeff Gordon//4. Wally

Dallenbach//5. Ken Schrader//;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0107-6. Geoff Bodine//7. Jeff Green//8. Darrell Waltrip//9. Dale

Jarrett//10. Terry Labonte//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-11. Ricky Craven//12. Mark Martin//13. Johnny Benson//14. Dale

Earnhardt//15. Bobby Labonte//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-16. Rusty Wallace//17. Bill Elliott//18. Michael Waltrip//19. Jimmy

Spencer//20. Ted Musgrave//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-21. Jeremy Mayfield//22. Lake Speed//23. Derrike Cope//24. Chad

Little//25. Jeff Burton//;
RUNS=:25
OUT Q=.....LAST CAR.
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ANCHOR=Steve
SS=Hold California


Ward Burton was 38th fastest and Rick Mast 39th.
The race is set for two on Sunday.

Sp-Archery


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-5
GRAPHIC=Archery logo


The Second annual Trebark A-S-A Pro/Am 3-D Archery tournament taking place in Franklin County this weekend may actually be two tournaments in one.
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VO-NAT Eng#
SUPER=03-Union Hall; :


Last week's tournament was called off by rain - marking the first time ever an ASA event has been washed out.
That leaves a void for those archers competing for shooter of the year.
However, sometime this weekend the shooters will vote on the best way to make up the tournament.
And their decision will be important in deciding an overall individual champion.
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SOT
IN Q="The Shooters...

((DAVE FOSTER/ASA MARKETING: ))
SUPER=01-Dave Foster/ASA Marketing; :
RUNS=:23
OUT Q=........about it yep."
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=Hold Logo


If you want to check out the tournament it's in the Union Hall section of Franklin County about 45 minutes south of Roanoke, just follow the big fluorescent signs.

SP-Terriers


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=10pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-12
GRAPHIC=HORSE SHOW


The Roanoke Valley horse show wraps up tomorrow night with the $50 thousand dollar Grand Prix, but for my money you can't beat tonight's attraction.
(----------------)
VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Salem; :00

Welcome to the $250 dollar jack Russell Terrier races, that attract owners and dogs of all sizes, shapes and temperament.
Tonight the terriers went through 1 practice heat and four rounds of heated competition before "Marvelous Myron" took home first place for his owner Magan Walker.
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SOT
IN Q="We train...

((MEGAN WALKER/"MARVELOUS MYRON'S" OWNER: ))
SUPER=01-Megan Walker/"Marvelous Myron's" Owner; :00
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=...ALL HE DOES."
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VO-NAT CON'T


Watch closely one this heat as the terrier on the left of the screen catches his backlegs and flips to the finish.
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preview-boards


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=10
WRITER=amo
TAPE#bds
GRAPHIC=none


That's all for us-- but for more news in 30- minutes ...Here's what you'll
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dissolve to boards see on NEWS-7 over on WDBJ-7.
SUPER=x5024; Coming up at 11 Load
SUPER=76-UFO Skywatch


What's in the skies over Arizona? Some residents say they've seen a U-F-O--and now the Governor's getting in on the act.
SUPER=x5025; Coming up at 11 Stop
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=NONE

for watching NEWS-7 Primetime, goodnight. Jean Jadhon will be along with that story and more over on WDBJ-7. Thanks