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ANCHOR=Connie
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WRITER=amo
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News-7 at FIVE is straight ahead--
The judge who allowed Virginia's parental Notification law to take effect two days ago, explains his ruling.
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An elderly man is found dead in a burning house in Roanoke.
And you better plan ahead, with where you're parking for the "Music for Americans" Celebration tomorrow night.
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Wx-Heads
TALENT=Robin
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Temperatures soar into the mid 90s today in most of the metro areas. What's ahead for the fourth? Stay tuned. MEDICAL-HEADS
ANCHOR=Connie


On Health Check-- officials talk about rabies--
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As a rabid cow was discovered in Montgomery County--
It came into contact with three people before it was diagnosed.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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Don't go away. News 7 at FIVE is straight ahead.

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An elderly Roanoke man died in a house fire overnight.
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5-Fatal-Fire


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#597-
GRAPHIC=news-7 at five


Good Evening, I'm Connie Stevens.
SS=fatal fire


Investigators consider the blaze suspicious.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke


The fire broke out just after 2:30, at a house in the three-thousand block of Grandin Road.
Police say two people who were caring for the man smelled smoke, got out of the house and called the fire department from a neighbor's home.
Firefighters found 72-year-old William Evans in his bedroom and got him out through a window.
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IN Q=The fire was contained

((PAT TAYLOR/ROANOKE FIRE AND EMS: THE FIRE WAS CONTAINED IN A ROOM FUNCTION AREA AT THE FAR END OF THE HOUSE. THE VICTIM SUCCUMBED TO SMOKE INHALATION IT APPEARS AT THIS TIME.))
SUPER=01-Pat Taylor/Roanoke Fire and EMS; :08
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While it is being looked at as suspicious, fire officials have not ruled out the possibility that it was accidental.
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5-Mountain-Ax


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=jsu
TAPE#597-22
GRAPHIC=none


The two people killed in a fatal truck accident yesterday in ROanoke, were workers at the Salem Fair.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


Evan Brooker and Shannon (Van-De-Lin-Day) Vandlinde were trapped inside a pick-up truck when it hit a tree and burst into flames.
SUPER=03-Salem;


The two were scheduled to work at the Salem Fair.
(Van-Da-Lin-Day) Vandlinde was a new employee-- Brooker worked at the fair last year.
The company that provides the fair attractions--says Brooker will be missed.
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((GREG DEGGELLER/VICE PRESIDENT DEGGELLER ATTRACTIONS: HE WAS A FINE WORKER HE DID HIS JOB VERY WELL AND WAS WELL LIKED AROUND HERE. EVERYBODY SEEMED TO GET ALONG WITH HIM REAL WELL ))
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ANCHOR=Connie
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25-year old Christopher Todd Deweese, the driver of the truck survived the crash.
Investigators say Deweese took off after seeing police at Mill Mountain Park.
The vehicle swerved off the road and over an embankment.
At the time of the accident Deweese was wanted for a probation violation.
Authorities say he will face charges.

5-Luttig


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=abortion


The federal appeals judge who cleared the way for Virginia's new parental notification law to take effect Tuesday has finally explained himself.
Judge Michael Luttig released a 37- page ruling today, BLASTING Judge James Turk for his temporary injunction of the law Monday.
Luttig disagrees with Turk on every major provision of his ruling.
He writes that the status quo should be upheld until the constitutionality of the law is decided...
And that status quo is "that which the People have wrought, not that which unaccountable federal judges impose on them."
Planned Parenthood has appealed Luttig's ruling.

5-Tobacco-Settlement


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#NET-A
GRAPHIC=TOBACCO UNDER FIRE


A big win for the state of Mississippi.
Cigarette makers have agreed to pay more than three billion dollars to cover smoking-related health costs.
Even if a tentative national settlement falls apart, Mississippi will get its money.
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SUPER=03-Jackson, MS; :


But Attorney General Mike Moore is still urging the federal government to approve the nationwide deal.
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((MIKE MOORE/MISSISSIPPI ATTORNEY GENERAL: TODAY THE CLOCK STARTS TICKING ONE MORE TIME, AND IT'S AN IMPORTANT CLOCK, CAUSE EVERY DAY IN THIS COUNTRY THREE THOUSAND KIDS START SMOKING. ))
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Moore says he expects other states to also try to work out their own settlements with tobacco companies.
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5-MI-Storms


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#NET-B
GRAPHIC=STORMS


A state of emergency in storm-ravaged areas of Michigan.
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SUPER=03-Detroit, MI; :


At least seven people are dead and nearly 200-thousand homes and businesses are in the dark, after severe storms and tornados touched down across the state.
Still untold numbers of homes were damaged.
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((BRENDA PERRY, HOLLY RESIDENT: WHEN I OPENED MY EYES AND EVERYTHING WAS SETTLED, I WAS ON THE GROUND, WITH THIS FLOOR ON TOP OF ME. HELEN HOOKS/DETROIT RESIDENT: IT WAS AWFUL, IT WAS TERRIBLE, BUT WE MADE IT. JOHN ENGLER/MICHIGAN GOVERNOR: MOTHER NATURE NEEDS TO BE TREATED SERIOUSLY, AND ONE OF THE THINGS WE ARE REMINDED OF IS THE AWESOME POWER OF NATURE. ))
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SUPER=01-Helen Hooks/Detroit Resident; :07
SUPER=01-John Engler/Michigan Governor; :13
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The same line of storms that wreaked havoc in Michigan also ripped through Indiana and Ohio.
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ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
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Protecting the rights of those who hunt and fish-- that's what one candidate wants to do...the story next on NEWS-7 at FIVE--
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And a change in the parking plan may be a surprise to you if you're planning to check out the fireworks at Victory Stadium tomorrow night...we'll fill you in.
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ANCHOR=Connie


Also coming up, Mike has action from the courts at Wimbledon in tonight's Ticker...stick around. cc sponsor
Comm Break#1


5-Rape


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#597-24
GRAPHIC=NONE


A man who allegedly raped a woman inside a Christiansburg laundromat may have tried to attack someone else.
A 20- year old woman says she was raped inside a bathroom at the "Suds Your Duds" laundromat last week.
The victim described her attacker as a white male, with light brown hair, in his mid 30's to early 40's.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


A second incident happened yesterday at the "Coin Laundry" on Kabrich
(Kay-Britch) Street in Blacksburg.


Police say a 73- year old woman told them a man matching a similar description attempted to rape her inside a bathroom.
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5-dolan


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
TAPE#597-25
GRAPHIC=dolan


Bill Dolan says as a hunter, he wants to protect the rights of other hunting enthusiasts.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke


The democratic candidate for Attorney General announced his proposal for an amendment to the state constitution.
Dolan calls it a Bill of Rights for those who hunt and fish-- a pre- emptive strike against any potential opposition to the sports.
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((BILL DOLAN/D- CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: IF THERE ARE THOSE WHO WOULD SEEK TO RESTRICT IT OR ELIMINATE IT, THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE TO CONFRONT THIS AMENDMENT AND THIS MOVEMENT THAT WE'RE GOING TO BUILD IN VIRGINIA WITH A PAST IN IT.. ))
SUPER=01-Bill Dolan/(D) Candidate for Attorney General;
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Dolan says just last year, eight states had constitutional amendments or ballot initiatives restricting both hunting and fishing.
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5-music-americans


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
TAPE#597-26
GRAPHIC=july fourth


If you're planning to take in tomorrow night's "Music for Americans" celebration at Victory Stadium, there are some changes you should know about.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/July 4, 1996;


Organizers have altered the parking plan for what they believe will make the festivities more accessible to more people.
In an effort to ease congestion before and after the show,
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there will be NO parking on Reserve Avenue as well as the Victory Stadium lot... except for production personnel. An expanded fleet of buses, dubbed The Totally Improved Shuttle Bus Service is being beefed up this year to accommodate many more people.
Shuttles will operate from the upper level of Towers Shopping Center and the Williamson Road Parking Garage in Downtown Roanoke.
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ANCHOR=Connie
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Tonight at six, a spokesperson from "Music For Americans" will talk more about these changes.

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ANCHOR=Connie
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It's up, up and away in Lexington this weekend for an annual balloon launch.
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STOCKS BUMP NEXT

5-BALLOON-FESTIVAL


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=FIVE
WRITER=PEV
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Lexington is the focus of a lot of hot air today, but in this case it's a good thing. DOUBLE BOX CONNIE/PATRICK
Speaking of hot air, Patrick Evans is on Post at VMI, where the Maury River Balloon festival is underway.
Patrick, when is the next launch scheduled?
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SUPER=21-Patrick Evans;
SUPER=06-Lexington;
SUPER=01-Joyce Robins/Balloon Pilot;
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DOUBLE BOX PATRICK/ROBIN Forecasts
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health music under


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
TAPE#tease 3
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Who's on the pole for tomorrow's Pepsi 400? That story tops tonight's Two Minute Ticker...
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On Health Check-- Independence Day is just about here-- we'll take this time to remind you about the dangers of fireworks--
Each year thousands are injured-- often blinded.
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((AN INNOCENT BYSTANDER, OR A YOUNG CHILD USING THEM, EVEN IF USING THEM PROPERLY, THINGS DON'T GO AS PLANNED AND A PATIENT LOSES AN EYE.))
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six-preview


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
TAPE#six preview
SUPER=@Keith1;


Good Evening, I'm Keith Humphry, there's much more coming up tonight on NEWS-7 at SIX...
Southside Virginia is a frequent stop for many lawmakers since the recent tobacco settlement.
Tonight Congressman Virgil Goode is in Danville talking with tobacco farmers, a group that could feel the pinch.
The farmers are prepared to talk to their Congressman-- since he'll be voting on the final tobacco settlement on Capitol Hill.
double boxes Keith/Connie


Connie-- Goode and the farmers speak tonight on NEWS-7 at SIX.
ANCHOR=Connie



5-Rabid-Cow


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=MJo
TAPE#597-28
GRAPHIC=rabies


A rabid cow was discovered in Montgomery County last week.
The animal apparently came into contact with three people before it was diagnosed.
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SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.;


The cow has been euthanized but health officials say the people will still have to undergo treatment for exposure.
Health officials believe the cow became rabid from a wild animal bite.
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2:03:19
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((DR. JODY HERSHEY/ NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT DIR.: THE RECENT COW THAT WAS FOUND TO BE RABID WAS IN A HERD OF APPROXIMATELY 200- 300 CATTLE AND YES, THIS WHOLE HERD NOW HAS A POTENTIAL OF BEING EXPOSED TO THIS ONE HERD MEMBER. THEREFORE THE WHOLE HERD IS BEING QUARANTINED IN STRICT ISOLATION. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. Jody Hershey/New River Health District Dir.
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OUT Q=strict isolation
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Mammals can carry the virus and many wild animals can be carriers for years, before they show any symptoms.
The Health Department reports an increase of rabies cases in Virginia over the past six years.
Hershey says to beware of wild animals, especially if they are acting tame.
Anyone who comes in contact with an animal a bit unusual should seek medical attention and contact animal control.
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5-Power-Lines


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-27
GRAPHIC=h/c bug


The most detailed research yet finds no link between exposure to high-voltage power lines and childhood leukemia.
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The study, in the New England Journal of Medicine, was the first to include measurements of electromagnetic fields inside homes with power lines nearby.
It's the most extensive research to date on the subject-- and may end the debate about power lines and cancer.
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5-Fireworks Safety


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=jsu
TAPE#597-21
GRAPHIC=fireworks safety


The fourth of July is a day of celebration.
But it can easily lead to injury when you're playing with fireworks.
Intern Reporter Joy Sutton has the story.
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IN Q=Every year thousands
SUPER=04-File Tape; :00
SUPER=01-Dr. Tom Martin/Opthamologist; :14
SUPER=01-Timothy Webster/Fireworks Victim; :36
SUPER=04-Consumer Product Safety Commission; :43
SUPER=20-Joy Sutton; 1:06
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(( Every year thousands of people are injured as a result of fireworks.
And eye injuries account for a vast majority of the cases.
Cornea Specialist Dr. Tom Martin says damage can result in eye loss.
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IN Q=The problem

((DR. TOM MARTIN/CORNEA SPECIALIST: THE PROBLEM WITH THE DEVICES THEY'RE JUST NOT RELIABLE. SO EVEN IF THEY'RE OPERATED PROPERLY THEY CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY..NOT JUST TO THE USERS OF THE DEVICES BUT ALSO TO THE PASSERS-BY ))
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Timothy Webster knows first-hand the dangers of playing with fireworks.
He was 9 years old when a M-80 exploded in his hands and caused significant eye damage.
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((TIMOTHY WEBSTER/FIREWORKS VICTIM: IT'S A QUICK COUPLE SECOND THRILL. BUT IT'S COST ME ABOUT 13 YEARS OF NOT BEING ABLE TO SEE THAT GOOD ))
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OUT Q=see that good


Even sparklers can be dangerous-- heating up to two-thousand degrees.
And they can easily ignite clothes.
Martin recommends not lighting your own fireworks.
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((DR. TOM MARTIN/CORNEA SPECIALIST: IN EVERYONE'S BEST INTEREST FOR SAFETY AND THAT FIREWORKS DISPLAYS ARE BEST DONE BY PROFESSIONALS ))
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Remember some fireworks are illegal--including bottle rockets, M-80's and cherrybombs.
Joy Sutton, News.7 ))

5-MRI


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE#597-30
GRAPHIC=breast cancer


Word from Israel about a potentially powerful new way to detect whether a lump in the breast is malignant or benign-- without a needle biopsy or surgery.
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IN Q=Nat, then Mammograms or
SUPER=03-Rehovot, Israel; :02
SUPER=01-Dr. Hadassa Degani/Weizmann Institute; :24
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Mammograms or sonograms are ways to identify suspicious masses in a woman's breast.
Actually figuring out whether the mass is cancer or not, usually requires a biopsy.
Now, a report in the journal, "nature medicine" describes a possible non-invasive alternative to biopsy using M-R-I.
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IN Q=The method is based

(( DR. HADASSA DEGANI/WEIZMANN INSTITUTE: THE METHOD IS BASED ON THE FACT THAT IN A BENIGN TUMOR OF THE BREAST, LIKE FIBROIDINOMA, THE BLOOD VESSELS THAT FEED THE TUMOR ARE DIFFERENT.))
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The method relies on a sophisticated understanding of the biochemistry and properties of the tissues that are being examined.
The end result is that it takes the information from the MRI scan, distinguishes between tumors and shows them on a monitor in different colors-- red for benign and blue for malignant.
The Weizmann Institute team looked at 18 women with breast tumors:
The MRI accurately confirmed benign tumors in eight of the women and cancer in ten.
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((IF THERE ARE A FEW TUMORS YOU CAN DETECT ALL OF THEM, YOU CAN KNOW EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE TUMOR. ))
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ANCHOR=Connie
SS=HOLD


THe next step-- large scale clinical trials to see if this can really work. 2-shot-toss
ANCHOr=Connie


Time now for sports...Winston Cup cars return to the beach, for the Pepsi 400. Here's Mike with qualifying results.

S5-Qualify


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-29
GRAPHIC=TWO MINUTE TICKER


Welcome folks to the two minute sports ticker on this Thursday afternoon, as the drivers in Daytona
SS=daytona


get set to declare their independence this weekend in the Pepsi 400.
Qualifying on the beach today,
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and not surprisingly all eyes were on points leader Jeff Gordon who went out in the DuPont Chevy and turned a lap at 189 point 358 miles an hour. It was good but not good enough.
Mike Skinner, who won the 500 pole back in February went out and proved it was not a fluke this afternoon by winning the top spot for the Pepsi 400 with a lap at 189.777 to top Gordon and his teammate Dale Earnhardt.
Now let's check out the entire top 25 qualifiers for Saturday morning's race. wipe to chyron

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WIPE TO QUALIFYING
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SUPER=0107-1. Mike Skinner/189.777/2. Dale Earnhardt//3. John Andretti//4.

Jeff Gordon//5. Jimmy Spencer//;
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SUPER=0107-6. Rusty Wallace//7. Billy Standridge//8. Michael Waltrip//9. Rick

Mast//10. Lake Speed//;
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SUPER=0107-11. Joe Nemechek//12. Dick Trickle//13. Ricky Rudd//14. Ken

Schrader//15. Johnny Benson//;
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SUPER=0107-16. Dale Jarrett//17. Bill Elliott//18. Mark Martin//19. Hut

Stricklin//20. Brett Bodine//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-21. Ward Burton//22. Ted Musgrave//23. Ernie Irvan//24. Jeff

Burton//25. Bobby Hamilton//;
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S5-Tennis


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-28
GRAPHIC=WIMBLEDON


The battle of 16 year olds at Wimbledon today was won by Martina Hingis.
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SUPER=03-Wimbledon, England/HBO & NBC;:00


Former President Bush and his wife Barbara were courtside today as the Swiss miss, beat fellow teenager Anna Kournikova in straight sets 6-3 and 6-2 to reach her first Wimbledon final.
She will play Jana Novotna for the title on Saturday. Jane beat Vicario in straight sets.
On the men's side, Pete Sampras won the marquee match of the day beating Boris Becker in four sets 6-1, 6-7, 6-1 and 6-4.
Sampras plays Todd Woodbridge next in the semi-finals.
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ANCHOR=Mike
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Cedric Pioline and Michael Stich make up the other semi-final.

S5-Shark


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=5pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ST5-27
GRAPHIC=SALEM FAIR


And as you probably know, the Salem Fair opens in front of Memorial stadium tonight, and while there's always plenty to eat, this year there's an attraction that also has been of bite.
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SUPER=03-Salem; :00


"The World of Shark Show" has rolled into town in a 45 foot tank complete with a high tech filtration system.
Marco and Philip Peters started the show a couple of years ago after they retired as dare-devils from the Ringling Brothers Circus.
And Roy Stanley will have their story coming up tonight at (-------------)
ANCHOR=Mike
SS=TWO MINUTE TICKER


Also, don't forget tonight the Avalanche and Hillcats shift their series to Lynchburg for a seven o'clock game at City Stadium.
More on that as well.
Have a great Holiday weekend everybody. take a break

5-kicker


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
TAPE#net-h
GRAPHIC=NONE


Donuts are making history...
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The chronicle of Krispy Kreme is bound for the archives of the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History.
SUPER=03-Winston-Salem, NC;


Pieces of Krispy Kreme equipment, photographs, employee manuals, packaging and hats were loaded into a van bound for Washington, DCTERMS.
Krispy Kreme made its first batch of donuts 60 years ago in Old Salem, North Carolina.
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(( ))
SUPER=01-John Fleckner/Smithsonian Museum Chief Archivist
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Krispy Kreme says a good donut cutter could make 120 DOZEN donuts per hour.
Eventually, a hole was cut in the front of the shop to sell donuts to the public.
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bye


ANCHOR=Connie
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=amo
GRAPHIC=NONE

Thanks for watching...good night. That's NEWS-7 at FIVE...