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ANCHOR=Keith

Coming up on NEWS 7:
A six- year old boy drowns in the Roanoke River.
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A major structure fire on Church Street in Lynchburg- -we'll have a live report on the aftermath and clean-up- -now underway.
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Sports-head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, Jamie Sharper signs with the Ravens, a trio of former college stars from the state are trying to make their mark with the Skins.
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And we'll talk with Dell Curry, the Hornets veteran star guard, who was in Salem today.
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More rain on the way. Today's variety included very heavy downpours. We will see that again Wednesday.

Drowning


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jsu
TAPE#97-44
GRAPHIC=Drowning


A six year-old boy drowned this afternoon at the Roanoke River Wayside near Dixie Caverns.
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SOT 14:10:45
IN Q=The father and his 3

((BAT. CHIEF TOMMY FUQUA/ROANOKE CO.FIRE & RESCUE: THE FATHER AND HIS 3 YOUNG CHILDREN WERE WADING IN THE RIVER HERE. THEY GOT IN WATER OVER THEIR HEAD.. GOT IN DANGER ))
SUPER=01-Bat. Chief Tommy Fuqua/Roanoke Co. Fire & Rescue
RUNS=:06
OUT Q=got in danger
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.


The father WAS able to get two of the children safely to shore.
He went back in after his young son but couldn't find him.
It all happened shortly after noon. Divers from Salem, the State Police and Scrugs dive team were on the scene.
Low water- visibility and rain complicated the search.
The boy's body was found about an-hour and a half later. His identity has not been released.
Authorities say there have been several drownings at this same location over the past few years.
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L'Burg-Fire


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-51
GRAPHIC=Fire Aftermath


Stunned business owners are wondering how they're going to recover from last night's fire which gutted a building in downtown Lynchburg.
Double Boxes=Keith and Steve/Microwave


Steve Smallshaw talked with several of them today.
Live=Steve Full/Microwave
SUPER=@ssm1;
SUPER=05-Lynchburg;


Keith, it took firefighters more than six hours to bring that blaze under control.. but it will take weeks and even months before those burned out businesses can get back on track.
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IN Q=As firefighters
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Last Night; :00
SUPER=01-Wayne Ramsey/Dawson Ford Garbee Real Estate; :11
SUPER=04-Today; :21
SUPER=01-Lou Basten/Cousin of Owner; :38
SUPER=01-Bill Robertson/Marshall Lodge Member; :55
SUPER=01-John Jennings/Lynchburg Fire Marshal; 1:18
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OUT Q=unusual burn patterns.


(( As firefighters spent hours pouring water on the remains of 860 Church Street, those whose businesses went up in fire and smoke could only stand and watch.
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SOT 13:45:14
IN Q=I thought I

((WAYNE RAMSEY/DAWSON FORD GARBEE REAL ESTATE: I THOUGHT I HAD ENOUGH ON MY SHOULDERS PUTTING UP A NEW OFFICE, NOW I'VE GOT PLENTY. I'VE GOT TO REBUILD AN ENTIRE COMPANY, GET ALL NEW SUPPLIES, EVERYTHING.))
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=everything.


If misery loves company, Wayne Ramsey isn't alone.
Smoke had blackened most of the Preston- Hopkinson printing company in the basement of the burned out building.
Next door, six inches of water had flooded the Virginia Arts store.. and workers were trying to salvage valuable signed prints from the waterlogged room.
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SOT 5:44:58
IN Q=The real tragedy

((LOU BASTEN/COUSIN OF OWNER: THE REAL TRAGEDY OF A FIRE LIKE THIS, YOU LOSE ITEMS LIKE THIS, THEY CAN'T BE REPLACED.))
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OUT Q=be replaced.


Whether the building can be saved is another question.
The Masons lodge has stood on this spot for two hundred years and most of their upstairs headquarters is still intact.
They are understandably reluctant to move on.
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SOT 4:20:28
IN Q=I think what

((BILL ROBERTSON/MARSHALL LODGE MEMBER: I THINK WHAT WE'RE GOING TO DO IS JUST FALL BACK AND JUST WAIT UNTIL THEY DECIDE WHAT THEY WANT TO DO. NOW WE'RE TALKING ABOUT GETTING A CRANE AND REMOVING THE DEBRIS IN THE FRONT SIDE, AND THEN LOOK AT IT FROM THAT POINT.))
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Tons of debris will have to be removed before investigators can get inside and try to determine what caused the fire.
With this much damage, it's possible they may never know.
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SOT 1:08:28
IN Q=It's extremely

((JOHN JENNINGS/LYNCHBURG FIRE MARSHAL: IT'S EXTREMELY DIFFICULT ON DETERMINING FIRE CAUSE WHEN WE HAD SO MANY HOT SPOTS THAT BURNED FOR HOURS AND HOURS IN THERE, IT CAN GIVE US SOME REAL UNUSUAL BURN PATTERNS.))
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=unusual burn patterns.))
Live=Steve Full/Microwave
SUPER=05-Lynchburg;


Fire marshal John Jennings says he believes the building ultimately will have to be torn down.
Double Boxes=Keith and Steve/Microwave


He adds that any attempt at salvaging items from inside is only going to slow down his fire investigation. Keith?

Drug-Tests


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte/equ
TAPE#97-45
GRAPHIC=None


A surprise drug test put 120 people in handcuffs yesterday... again.
Former prison inmates in Lynchburg and Southside were told to meet in Collinsville yesterday, with no explanation.
Each of the 247 who showed up was searched by a police dog team and given a drug test.
41-PERCENT tested positive for cocaine, marijuana, amphetimenes, or morphine.
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SOT tape 2 13:40:35
IN Q=There was no

((DAVID BOTKINS/VA. DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS: THERE WAS NO INHERENT SUSPICION. I MEAN YOU ALWAYS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR PAROLEES AND PROBATIONERS WHO HAVE BEEN INCARCERATED IN THE PAST RE-OFFENDING, DOING SOMETHING WRONG, USING OR ABUSING DRUGS. AND RATHER THAN JUST HOPE THEY DON'T DO IT AGAIN, THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS IS ENSURING THEY'RE NOT GONNA DO IT AGAIN BY RANDOM DRUG TESTS.))
SUPER=01-David Botkins/Va. Dept. of Corrections;
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OUT Q=random drug tests.
TALENT=Keith
SS=None


It's the third "Operation Consequences" sting the state's conducted.
In the first two, in Richmond and Tidewater, only a little more than one in four of the ex- cons tested positive.

I-73


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#97-48
GRAPHIC=None


For years there's been talk about a new interstate coming through our area.
Now it's time to get down to the details of planning for it.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The Department of Transportation kicked off one of the most time- consuming phases of the I-73 project today.
It's conducting a location study for the part of the road between Roanoke and North Carolina.
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SOT 10:51:06
IN Q=The study

((FRED ALTIZER/VDOT: THE STUDY PHASE WE'RE IN NOW WILL TAKE ABOUT THREE YEARS TO ACCOMPLISH. AND WE'LL BEGIN THE JOB OF NARROWING DOWN THE CORRIDOR. AFTER THIS STUDY IS COMPLETED WE'LL HAVE A DESIGN LINE FROM WHICH WE COULD BEGIN OUR DESIGN PHASE WHICH COULD TAKE ANOTHER THREE OR FOUR YEARS. THAT HAS TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE WE EVER GET TO CONSTRUCTION.))
SUPER=01-Fred Altizer/VDOT;
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=construction.
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VO-NAT


V-DOT wants citizen input on the project.
You can comment by calling 1-888-I-73-PLAN.
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Wythe-Ax


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident


A head-on collision in Wythe County this morning killed two women from Bland County.
Two other people were seriously injured in the accident.
State police say 68-year-old Dorothy Umberger tried to pass a car on a road north of Wytheville, and ran head-on into another vehicle.
Umberger was killed, along with a passenger, 81-year-old Iva Atwell Neel.
A third woman in the car, Mary Jo Hunter, is listed in very serious condition at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The driver of the other vehicle, John Olinger, Jr. of Chilhowie, was also taken to R-M-H.

Yokohama


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#97-42
GRAPHIC=Yokohama


Three years ago union workers at Yokohama Tire in Salem engaged in a bitter, 11- week strike over a new contract.
That contract runs out at midnight tomorrow.
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VO-NAT


United Steelworkers local 10-23 and Yokohama management are still at the bargaining table.
Neither side will comment on how the talks are going.
SUPER=03-Salem;


But a person familiar with the situation does not believe they're close to a tentative agreement.
Yokohama has about 900 workers in Salem, making it one of the area's largest employers.
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Tease#1

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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


There has been international pressure on Governor Allen to commute Joseph
O'Dell's death sentence---today the governor responded. That story is

straight ahead on News 7 at Six.
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Also they vowed they weren't moving--but the protest is over for now for two activists opposed to logging at a National Forest.
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O'Dell


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-40
GRAPHIC=George Allen


Governor George Allen says he's had thousands of requests from around the world to spare Joseph O'Dell's life -- including two from the Pope.
And, he says, most have been respectful and well reasoned pleas.
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SOT 12:24:59 tape one
IN Q=It's hard

((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: IT'S HARD TO EXPLAIN. TO BE HONEST WITH YOU, OBVIOUSLY AS A CANDIDATE AND AS A GOVERNOR, I SUPPORT THE DEATH SENTENCE AS AN OPTION FOR JURIES. NEVERTHELESS IT'S DIFFERENT THOUGH WHEN YOU CAN ACTUALLY DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. HUMAN INSTINCT IS TO SAVE LIVES.))
SUPER=@Allen;
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=save lives.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


The Governor was less enthusiastic when told by a Washington Post reporter that some Italians were labelling Virginians "rednecks" because of O'Dell's pending execution.
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SOT 12:39:24
IN Q=Well I don't

((WELL I DON'T ACTUALLY BELIEVE THAT IS TRUE. I THINK THAT'S AN INSULTING REMARK. THIS IS THE PLACE OF THE CRADLE OF AMERICA'S CIVILIZATION AT JAMESTOWN.))
RUNS=:10
OUT Q=at Jamestown.
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VO-NAT


Allen insists that he's still considering some form of clemency -- although he says there's "a mountain of evidence" proving O'Dell's guilt.
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Logging-Arrest


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jsu
TAPE#97-43
GRAPHIC=None


Two activists with the Shenandoah Ecoysystems Defense Group now face federal charges--after blocking a logging road in George Washington National Forest yesterday.
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SOT 11:06:36
IN Q= We're physically putting

((JASON HALBERT/SEDG ACTIVIST: WE'RE PHYSICALLY PUTTING AND LOCKING OURSELVES TO THIS ROAD AND WE'RE NOT GOING TO BE REMOVED ))
SUPER=01-Jason Halbert/SEDG Activist;
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=to be removed
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Alleghany Co.;


But that wasn't the case. Halbert along with Tray Biasiolli was arrested last night.
They were protesting a plan to cut-down 187 acres of trees in the forest.
The pair had formed a human blockade by locking their arms to underground metal pipes.
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Abortion


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-36
GRAPHIC=Abortion


Anti-abortion protestors held a graphic demonstration in Roanoke today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


A group called Life and Liberty Ministries from Petersburg stood at the intersection of Williamson Road and Route 460, holding up large color posters showing an aborted fetus.
They say the graphic pictures are necessary to get their message across.
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SOT 10:12:44
IN Q=we just want

((DENNIS GREEN/LIFE AND LIBERTY MINISTRIES; WE JUST WANT PEOPLE TO SEE THE TRUTH, THAT'S THE FACT. WHEN PEOPLE THINK OF ABORTION, THEY THINK INTERMS OF CLICHES AND THE AFGUMENTS THAT MAY SIMPLIFY IT AND PUT IT IN A LITTLE BOX. BUT THAT'S THE REALITY, A DISMEMBERED CHILD, AND THAT;'S WHAT WE'RE SHOWING PEOPLE.))
SUPER=01-Dennis Green/Life And Liberty Ministries;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=what we're showing people
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VO-NAT


One motorists stopped and complained to police about the signs... she was upset because her five-year-old daughter saw them.
Police say a few people phoned in complaints as well.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Abortion


A local abortion rights group says it had an increase in donations as a result of the protest.
A spokesman for Planned Parenthood, says they were flooded with calls from people who were upset by the graphic posters.


Davidson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-39
GRAPHIC=Lawsuit


Roanoke city police don't need more training on how to arrest drunks.
That's the conclusion of a federal judge, dismissing a lawsuit against the city.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/1994


Lennord Davidson said city police used unnecessary force then they arrested him three years ago... tackled him and beat him, Davidson said.
He spent three weeks in the hospital.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=Lawsuit


Judge Jackson Kiser pointed to just 49 complaints out of more than 55-hundred arrests. The judge said that fails to indicate a need for more training.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE


Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan told a House committee today the economy's performance has been "exceptional." TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
His remarks set off a rally on Wall Street-- The Dow climbed 155 points to close at eight thousand 62... a record high. NASDAQ gained 24 points.
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Welfare-Reform


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#97-37
GRAPHIC=Welfare in Virginia


Supporters of welfare reform say people receiving public assistance are a largely untapped worker resource.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


That's part of the philosophy behind Virginia's Initiative for Employment Not Welfare.
VIEW takes effect October first in the Roanoke Valley, requiring able- bodied welfare recipients to find jobs. file shots of food stamps on tape 97-7
But it also includes an extensive training program to QUALIFY recipients for work.
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SOT 9:52:08
IN Q=I believe a majority

((JOYCE EARL/ROANOKE CO. SOCIAL SERVICES: I BELIEVE A MAJORITY OF THE JOB SEEKERS WNAT TO WORK-- MAYBE DON'T KNOW HOW TO GO ABOUT GETTING A JOB, ARE NOT IN A COMMUNITY WHERE THEY SEE OTHERS WORKING, ARE NOT FROM FAMILIES WHERE THEY'VE SEEN PEOPLE WORKING. I BELIEVE THAT ONCE THEY GO TO WORK, IT'LL BE CONTAGIOUS. ))
SUPER=01-Joyce Earl/Roanoke Co. Social Services;
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OUT Q=it'll be contagious
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PRE PRO HERE
VIEW requires eligible recipients to sign an agreement of personal responsibility.
Job seekers then must attend a job readiness program to develop employment skills.
After that, the job hunt begins.
And once they find a job, participants take part in an employment retention program to learn how to keep it.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight on News 7 sports, we'll talk with 11 year NBA veteran Dell Curry, who was in town today.
Plus, Jamie Sharper signs with the Ravens,
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and we'll head back up to Frostburg and talk with three former area college stars who trying to live out a dream of playing in the NFL.
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S-Curry


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-16
GRAPHIC=Dell Curry


Dell Curry is reaching a mile stone in his career, and his major goal after 11 years in the NBA is to earn a championship ring.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Salem; :


Curry is in the process of moving into a new home. And that along with the other activities he's involved with in charlotte during the Summer keep him hopping.
But the Hornets' shooting guard always has time to drive up from Charlotte to attend Page Moir's summer basketball camp.
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IN Q=FIRST AUDIO

((DELL CURRY/CHARLOTTE HORNET GUARD: ))
SUPER=01-Dell Curry/Charlotte Hornet Guard; :00
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OUT Q=.....TO COME BACK."
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VO-NAT (cont.)


Curry is an 11 year veteran in the N-B-A 9 of those years with the Hornets. He has a year left on his contract with Charlotte and he would like to end his career there.
And last years experience in the playoffs have Curry talking about some day winning an N-B-A championship.
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SOT
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OUT Q=...........WHAT HAPPENS."
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S-Sharper


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-11
GRAPHIC=UVA FOOTBALL


Another former Virginia Cavalier football star has come to contract terms with an NFL team.
Last week Tiki and Ronde Barber along with James Farrior all signed,
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-Last Season; ;00


and today James Farrior, Baltimore's second round draft pick inked a three year deal with the ravens.
The Ravens hope UVa's all-time leading tackler will be in uniform and in camp by tomorrow.
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S-Locals


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#RS97-1
GRAPHIC=REDSKINS CAMP


The Washington Redskins only practice of today just wrapped up a few minutes ago up in Frostburg, Maryland.
Right now more than 80 players are vying for spots on the final roster, including three former college stars from the state.
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SUPER=03-Frostburg, MD; :00
SUPER=01-Jim Kitts/Redskins Fullback From Ferrum; :28
SUPER=01-Don Reynolds/Redskins Tackle From UVa; 1:10
SUPER=01-Ryan Kuehl/Redskins Tackle From UVa; 1:39
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OUT Q=...MBA PROGRAMS."
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(( Former Ferrum College linebacker Jim Kitts is back in Frostburg this summer trying to prove that there's still a place in the NFL for longshots.
Kitts, who was also in camp last year playing defense, is trying to make the team as a fullback this summer.
And his good hands and the "No Fear" attitude he possess while playing special teams are at the very least earning him a look from General manager Charley Casserly. ((JIM KITTS/REDSKINS FULLBACK FROM FERRUM:))
Although he's three years older Kitts, former UVa star lineman Don Reynolds isn't ready to give up the pursuit of his dream either.
The Axton native, who played at Laurel Park high school, has been in camp with the Falcons, Lions, Patriots and Redskins since leaving Virginia in 1991 but he's yet to make it. ((DON REYNOLDS/REDSKINS DEFENSIVE END FROM UVA:))
Without a doubt former UVa star Ryan Kuehl has the best chance of making the team. The 1994 UVa graduate was on the Skins practice squad last season, and actually joined the active roster for two games. ((RYAN KUEHL/REDSKINS TACKLE FROM UVA:))
This year he brings those three features to not only his defensive tackle spot but also to special teams where he is a backup long snapper.
And through it all, Kuehl has managed to maintain his outrageous sense of humor.)) ((RYAN KUEHL:))

S-Golf


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#ST5-27
GRAPHIC=Golf Logo


The weather wasn't nearly as hot as the golf in the final round of the Roanoke Valley Golf Association's Junior tournament today.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


Travis Horak followed his 67 at Blue Hills yesterday by shooting a 7 under par 64 this afternoon at Countryside.
He was five under par at the 12-th hole, and he finished the tournament with a 131 two day total for a 10-shot win in the Senior Division.
Darryl Byrd shot a two under par 69 today to finish 36 holes at 141 in second place.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=Hold Logo


Lee Taylor won the Junior division Matthew Gregory took the Pee Wee title and Michael Kidd captured the Midget championship. Wx-Tape
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