23:00-01

Newsbreak

ANCHOR=Jean

Good Evening.
French prosecutors say Princess Diana's driver
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Paris/Sunday;

was drunk at the time of the crash.
One source says the former French Air Force pilot had three times as much alcohol in his blood as French law allows.
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SOT 20:15:39
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((DR. BOB HOFFMAN/EMERGENCY ROOM PHYSICIAN: THE AVERAGE 170 TO 180 POUND MAN WOULD HAVE TO DRINK SIX GLASSES OF WINE, A SIX PACK OF BEER OR SIX SHOTS OF HARD LIQUOR.))
SUPER=01-Dr. Bob Hoffman/Emergency Room Physician;
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OUT Q=of hard liquor."
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VO-NAT


Police have not yet questioned the bodyguard who survived.
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ANCHOR=Jean


Join us for News 7 at Eleven. News-Heads
ANCHOR=Jean


Coming up-
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VO-NAT


More details on the Princess Diana crash- including photos-
word from the doctor who first tried to save Diana- and news that the driver was drunk.
Plus today's the day wages went up for 10 million Americans.
And a fan tumbles from the stands- trying to catch a ball.
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Talent=Jean


News 7 is next.

Princess-Diana


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net A
GRAPHIC=Diana 1961-1997


A doctor who worked on Princess Diana at the crash site- says she was unconscious and moaning.
He says photographers took pictures but did not interfere.
Meanwhile, a London newspaper-- quotes a lawyer for one of the photographers- as saying they were following the car not chasing it.
They said the driver had taunted them earlier saying they would never be able to catch him.
And today French prosecutors reported the driver was legally drunk. Vicki Mabrey has more.
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Reax


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net D
GRAPHIC=Diana 1961-1997


There is sympathy for the two boys left behind-
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VO-NAT

Diana's sons 15 year old William and 12 year old Harry.
Diana showed them the real world- She believed in showing emotion.
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SOT 20:19:34
IN Q=

((ROSS BENSON/ROYAL WATCHER: SHE BELIEVED IN KISSING AND EMBRACING AND LAUGHTER AND WHEN NECESSARY IN TEARS. THE FAMILY SHE MARRIED INTO BELIEVED IN NONE OF THOSE THINGS.))
SUPER=01-Ross Benson/Royal Watcher;
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=none of those things.
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VO-NAT


A friend of Prince Charles says while the prince may seem cold in public he is a loving father.
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SOT 20:19:59
IN Q=

((JONATHAN DIMBLEBY/FRIEND OF PRINCE CHARLES: HE CUDDLES THEM, HE HAS THEM ON HIS LAP. HE TOUSELS THEIR HAIR, THEY HORSEPLAY, AND THEY MESS AROUND IN THE WAY THAT HEALTHY PARENTS AND CHILDREN DO.))
SUPER=02-Jonathan Dimbleby/Prince Charles' Friend;
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=and children do."
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-London/Sunday;


Even so, the royals are taught NOT to show emotion- Many say the children will be under pressure not to cry at their mother's funeral.
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Colonial-Downs


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-49
GRAPHIC=None


You can now "place your bets" at Colonial Downs.
More than 13 thousand people turned out for the opening of Virginia's first modern day racetrack.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-New Kent Co.;


The 58-million dollar facility was ready for the horses -- bright and early today.
Colonial Downs will boast six weeks of racing this fall, while Maryland's tracks close down to encourage it.
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SOT 13:33:22
IN Q=I think

((I THINK VIRGINIA'S PAST READY FOR IT. YOU KNOW FOLKS LIKE ME IN THE HORSE BUSINESS HAVE BEEN WORKING ON IT LITERALLY ALL THEIR LIVES. SO READY IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT. I THINK PEOPLE ARE SO EXCITED YOU CAN HARDLY DESCRIBE IT. I HAVE ONE GOAL FOR THE DAY. MY BIGGEST GOAL IS DON'T CRY ON TELEVISION.))
SUPER=01-Glenn Petty/Dir. of Horsemen Relations;
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=on television.
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VO-NAT


Live racing -- along with satellite wagering parlors -- are intended to encourage Virginia's BILLION dollar a year horse industry.
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Motley


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=tfl
TAPE#97-50
GRAPHIC=None


A Danville civil rights group says there's corruption in the city police department and group members are taking action to remedy the problem.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


Christians Policing Against Corruption says the fatal shooting of an alleged shoplifter Thursday has prompted their latest move.
SUPER=03-Danville/Thursday;


Officer Dewey Hancock, Junior shot and killed the shoplifting suspect after an altercation in a store parking lot.
Hancock is white; the suspect was black.
Executive Director of C-PAC Reverend Thomas Motley says this is the latest in a long line of incidents where police have gone too far in trying to make an arrest. Motley says his group is calling for the resignation of Danville Police Chief Neal Morris.
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SOT 17:07:54
IN Q=It is in our

((REV. THOMAS MOTLEY:IT IS IN OUR OPINION THAT HE HAS NOT DONE ENOUGH AS HIS TENURE AS POLICE CHIEF TO COME AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY AND THE USE OF EXCESSIVE AND DEADLY FORCE AGAINST AFRO-AMERICAN MALE CITIZEN HERE IN THE CITY OF DANVILLE))
SUPER=01-Rev. Thomas Motley/C-PAC Exec. Director;
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VO-NAT


Chief Morris was unavailable for comment.
Previously Morris has denied allegations of corruption in his department.
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Min-Wage


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net B
GRAPHIC=Minimum Wage


On this labor day, many workers are seeing a pay raise.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;.


The federal minimum wage went up today from four dollars and 75 cents an hour- to five dollars fifteen cents an hour.
The forty cents an hour boost is the second phase of an increase approved by Congress last summer.
The labor department says overall about 10 million workers will benefit from the increase.
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Labor-Day


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net C
GRAPHIC=wipe wipe wipe
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SOT 03:36:40
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((NAT SOUND BAGPIPES))
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OUT Q=bagpipes."
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Detroit;


A rally for organized labor in Detroit-
Union members and leaders marched through the streets- including James Hoffa, the man who's seeking the Teamsters' presidency.
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SOT 03:37:24
IN Q=

((WELL BECAUSE ALL LABORS BACK TOGETHER MAN. WE HAVE SOLIDARITY BABY AND WE'RE OUT SHOWING LABOR'S BACK AND WE'RE BACK BIG.))
SUPER=01-James P. Hoffa/Seeking Teamsters' Presidency;
RUNS=:06
OUT Q=we're back big.
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VO-NAT

Hoffa says unions speak for all workers, union members or not, setting standards to get wages up and ensure health coverage.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Jean
SS=NONE


It's one of the fastest growing school systems in the area--but along with those growing pains come plenty of problems. Coming up on News 7 at 11, we begin a special series of reports on Bedford Schools.
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and it was no holiday for the candidates for governor. They hit the campaign trail in Buena Vista today, exchanging barbs.
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Beyer-Gilmore


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#97-45
GRAPHIC=Campaign 97


The barbs are getting thornier in Campaign '97.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Buena Vista;


All six of Virginia's candidates for statewide office made the fall trek to Buena Vista to hustle votes along the parade route.
But the tone from the podium got markedly shriller in the race for governor.
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SOT tape one 11:30:29
IN Q=And we

((DON BEYER: AND WE WILL BUILD THE WILL TO RESIST THOSE WHO WOULD HARM OUR SCHOOLS, BY DENYING FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION AND GUIDANCE COUNSELORS TO CHILDREN. WHO WOULD TURN AWAY GOALS 2000 EDUCATION DOLLARS. AND WHO WOULD DIVERT OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDING TO PRIVATE AND RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS. ))
SOT TAPE TWO 11:43:05

((JIM GILMORE: THIS PAST YEAR HE HAD A CHANCE TO... WELFARE REFORM. FLIP AND THEN FLOP.)) butt*butt TAPE TWO 11:43:33 ((JIM GILMORE: HE OPPOSED OUR PAROLE REFORMATION EVERY STEP OF THE WAY. AND NOW STANDS FOR THE PROPOSITION THAT WE SHOULD BE ROLLING BACK PAROLE FOR NON-VIOLENT OFFENDERS. FLIP AND FLOP.))
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VO-NAT


Jim Gilmore says education's his top priority... but his new signs tout only his "no car tax" pledge.
Don Beyer's new signs boast his new theme: building the best Virginia.
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One-Bedford


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-54
GRAPHIC=G is for Growth


Another school year is underway, but it promises to be a rocky one behind the scenes in Bedford County.
The school system's ongoing budget problems have angered parents and county officials.
Tonight Steve Smallshaw has the first in a series of reports TAKE FULLSCREEN "G IS FOR GROWTH" "G is for Growth", looking into how the schools' financial picture has become so bleak.
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IN Q=Long before
SUPER=03-Bedford Co./File Tape; :00
SUPER=01-Bill Rolfe/Bedford Co. Administrator; :12
SUPER=10-Bob Crouch/Supervisor/May 19; :34
SUPER=01-Robert Bashore/Supervisor; :48
SUPER=01-Dr. John Kent/School Superintendent; 1:16
SUPER=@ssm2; 2:11
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(( Long before the packed budget meetings, before the angry testimonials from parents, teachers and students.. many could see the fiscal crisis in Bedford County's school system was about to boil over.
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SOT 3:11:58
IN Q=We knew there

((BILL ROLFE/COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR: WE KNEW THERE WAS A PROBLEM AT THE END OF THE LAST FISCAL YEAR. WE TRIED TO HAVE THE AUDITORS EXPLAIN THAT TO EVERYBODY. I THINK IT WAS NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN.))
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Things certainly got serious later on...when supervisors realized the school system was carrying over hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid bills for the THIRD straight year.
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IN Q=Dr. Kent

((BOB CROUCH/SUPERVISOR: DR. KENT ALLUDED TO THEY HAD SPENT APPROXIMATELY 700 THOUSAND DOLLARS. WHAT DO THEY INTEND TO DO WITH THIS?))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=do with this?


The answers were seldom there.
Without knowing exactly how it was being spent, supervisors were hesitant to give the school system more money.
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SOT 20:43:14
IN Q=It was difficult

((ROBERT BASHORE/SUPERVISOR: IT WAS DIFFICULT TO GET DEFINITIVE SPECIFIC ANSWERS AND THAT'S WHAT WE WERE WORKING TOWARDS MOST OF THE TIME.))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=of the time.


But school officials say that's hard to do when you're preparing a budget 18 months in advance.
With the county population growing by leaps and bounds, a school division saddled with dozens of unexpected students invariably needs more money than it budgeted for.
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SOT 00:16:30
IN Q=I don't want

((JOHN KENT/SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: I DON'T WANT TO SAY IT'S A LACK OF COMMUNICATION, MAYBE AS MUCH AS A LACK OF UNDERSTANDING OF THE NEEDS OF EACH OTHER OR WHATEVER. I THINK THE INFORMATION IS THERE, BUT IT'S HOW YOU INTERPRET AND UNDERSTAND THAT INFORMATION.))
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=that information.


But if there was a lack of understanding, much of the blame fell on John Kent's shoulders.
Calls for his suspension or resignation went nowhere.. and for now, at least, the CEO of the school division is here to stay.
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SOT 00:29:36
IN Q=Anytime that

((JOHN KENT: ANYTIME THAT YOU HEAD AN ORGANIZATION, YOU'RE GOING TO BE A LIGHTNING ROD FOR CRITICISM. AND IT'S NOT A PERFECT WORLD, I MEAN IT'S NOT AN EASY JOB.))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=an easy job.
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SOT 3:09:22
IN Q=I think we've

((BILL ROLFE: I THINK WE'VE GOT TO REMEMBER THAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT AN ORGANIZATION THAT IS FAST APPROACHING SPENDING A MILLION DOLLARS A WEEK, IT'S A BIG BUSINESS AND IT HAS TO BE TREATED AS SUCH. AND I THINK WHAT WE'RE SEEING NOW IS THAT WE'RE GOING THROUGH SOME GROWING PAINS.))
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OUT Q=some growing pains.


In part two of our series, we'll see how Bedford County is handling those growing pains, and what this year's students can expect as they head back to class.
Steve Smallshaw, News7.))
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Jean
SS=NONE


Another woman has left the ratline at V-M-I. We'll have details next on News 7 at 11.
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and a city sidewalk is a tempting canvas for one artist.
We'll sample his work.
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Falwell-Disney


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=jmc
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=Jerry Falwell


Jerry Falwell's church may join the Disney boycott.
The Southern Baptist Convention passed a resolution in June, urging its members to refuse to buy Disney products or watch its TV shows and movies.
Falwell says his Thomas Road Baptist Church will consider a similar resolution at a conference of pastors next month.
Falwell objects to two shows on ABC, which is owned by Disney: "Ellen", and a program set to air this fall, called "Nothing Sacred."

VMI


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#97-48
GRAPHIC=VMI


There's one less woman enduring the rigors of the ratline at Virginia Military Institute.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lexington/August 20;


School Spokesman Mike Strickler says three women and 28 men have dropped out since school began two weeks ago.
Strickler would not identify the latest female to leave, but said it wasn't the woman who complained a few days ago about being singled out.
This is the first year VMI has admitted women- after the Supreme Court ruled it had to as long as it received state funding.
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Almanac


ANCHOR=Andrew
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=pev
TAPE#Almanac Master
GRAPHIC=None
(Andrew ad lib)


Here's Patrick Evans with the September Almanac.
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S-Score


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-10
GRAPHIC=none
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Cincinnati, OH/Royals vs. Reds; :00


In Cincinnati, Pete Rose was in the stands because his son Pete Rose Junior was laboring on the field in his major league debut for the Reds.
Pete the 2nd went one for three with a single.
But even that duo was overshadowed by this occurrence.
Fan, Curtis Staker, falls out of the stands trying to catch a homerun ball.
He drops 20 feet and hits on his back and is carted off on a stretcher.
The 43 year old man is in fair condition with broken ribs.
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S-Sampras


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-12
GRAPHIC=US OPEN


America's premier tennis event will not have its premier men's player around for the championship round.
In the fourth round, Pete Sampras was beaten by Petr Korda in a five set marathon that was interrupted three times by showers.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-New York, NY/CBS; :00


Korda, who is a 29 year old lefthander, and seeded 15th in the tournament nearly beat Sampras at Wimbledon.
Yesterday he overcame a number of obstacles to win it 6-7, 7-5, 7-6, 3-6, and 7-6.
Sampras had won 11 of the previous 15 meetings between the two, including their last five matches.
The top seed on the women's side, Martina Hingis had a much easier day reaching the quarterfinals with a 6-love and 6-2 win over Florencia Labat.
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S-Rice


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-1
GRAPHIC=49ERS


49ers perennial all-pro Jerry Rice has played in 189 consecutive regular season games, but Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay was his last this season.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Tampa, FL/Fox;:00


Rice hurt his left knee on this reverse.
And he suffered what is known as the "Terrible Triad" - the worst knee injury possible.
Rice had surgery yesterdat to repair a torn medial collateral ligament, a torn anterior cruciate ligament, and torn medial meniscus cartilage.
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SOT
IN Q="The prognosis...

((STEVE MARIUCCI/49ERS HEAD COACH:))
SUPER=01-Steve Mariucci/49ers Head Coach; :00
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=...THE SEASON."
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=hold 49ers


Prior to this injury, the 11 time all-pro had never missed a game because of injury.

S-Earnhardt


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=EARNHARDT


Dale Earnhardt is out of the hospital tonight, but doctors still aren't sure what put him there.
Earnhardt spent last night at the McLeod regional medical center in Florence, South Carolina after double vision, and blackout-like symptoms forced him out of yesterday's race on the first lap.
The CAT scan performed on him was negative, but doctors are forbidding him from driving until they can conduct more tests this week.

S-Hillcats


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=HILLCATS


The Lynchburg Hillcats have advanced to the Carolina League's championship series after disposing of Frederick last night.
The Cats didn't have a hit until the eighth inning.
Finally in the 9th, Aramis Ramirez hit a two run homer to give Lynchburg the game 3-to-2 and series 2 games to none.
Lynchburg now hosts Kinston in game one of the best of five final Wednesday night at seven.

S-Yanks


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-16
GRAPHIC=YANKS/PHILS


The big leagues were all interleagues with the Yankees and Phils getting the Labor day swinging started.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/Yankees vs. Phils; :00


Yanks' owner George Steinbrenner on the front row at the Vet wearing a turtleneck on a 95 degree day and watching a not so hot pitcher in Hideki Irabu.
Irabu gave up five runs on nine hits in just over 3 innings as the Phillies beat the Yankees 5-to-1.
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S-O's


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-14
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Ft. Lauderdale, FL/Orioles vs. Marlins; :00

The Yanks blew another chance to make up ground on the Orioles who suffered their third straight loss.
The Marlins beat the O's 10-to-4 at Pro Player stadium thanks to this three run homer by Cliff Floyd and a grand slam from Devon White.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#TF97-1
GRAPHIC=BIG EAST FB


Virginia Tech quarterback Al Clark did more than just embarrass Rutgers with his running and passing on Saturday.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Piscataway, NJ/ESPN; :00


He also caught the attention of officials in the Big East.
Today, he was named the league's offensive player of the week after passing for 147 yards and running for 118 more.
Clark is the first Tech quarterback to top the century mark in both passing and running in his first start since Steve Casey in 1976.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Still to come tonight, the night after the Skins' opening night win in Charlotte,
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VO-NAT eng#


Steve Mason checks in with comments from both sides and a look at how neither team played like it did last season.
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#-CP97-1
GRAPHIC=Redskins/Panthers


At this time last night the smoke was just clearing at Ericsson Stadium in Charlotte after the Skins 24-to-10 win over the Panthers.
Tonight Steve Mason takes a look back at their season opener for both teams.
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IN Q=first audio
SUPER=03-Charlotte/Redskins vs. Panthers; :00
SUPER=01-Terry Allen/Scored Two Touchdowns; :12
SUPER=01-Norv Turner/Redskins Head Coach; :34
SUPER=01-Gus Frerotte/Redskins Quarterback; :43
SUPER=01-Anthony Johnson/25 Carries, 134 Yards; :58
SUPER=@Steve1; 1:15
SUPER=01-Darrell Green/Redskins Cornerback; 1:28
SUPER=30-Washington/24/Carolina/10; 1:41
SUPER=01-Eric Davis/Panthers Cornerback; 1:52
RUNS=2:04
OUT Q=...news 7 sports"
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((Terry Allen and the Redskins rolled into Charlotte and did what no other NFL team could; beat the Panthers at Erickson Stadium. ((:)) Allen generated 141 yards on the ground against last years 8th rated defense.
While Gus Frerotte's 10 for 27; 147 yard numbers were hardly as impressive; he lead a young offense that played turnover free football. ((NORV TURNER:)) ((GUS FREROTTE:))
The one bright spot for Carolina; running back Anthony Johnson; whose 134 yard outing was a career and a franchise high. ((ANTHONY JOHNSON::))
With Kerry Collins still nursing a broken jaw; the usually steady armed Steve Beuerlein faltered in his place; stumbling through a 108 yard, 2 interception performance. ((STEVE MASON:)) ((KEN HARVEY:)) ((DARRELL GREEN:)) A unit that would bend but not break; allowing 262 yards and a fourth quarter 24 yard Wesley walls touchdown. But the key statistic; 17 Redskins points off 4 panther turnovers. ((ERIC DAVIS:))
Next week; The Panthers travel to Atlanta; while the Redskins face the Steelers on the road, in Charlotte; Steve Mason, news 7 sports.))
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Kicker


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net H
GRAPHIC=None


It's called graffiti to some- street painting to others.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-New York City;


Artist Hani has left his mark on streets around the world.
The Palestinian's brought the 16th century Italian tradition to New York.
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SOT 3:44:46
IN Q=

((HANI/STREET PAINTER: I FEEL LIKE THERE'S MORE NEEDED HER THAN ANYWHERE. THERE IS VERY LITTLE ART IN THIS CITY. ALL BIG HUGE TALL BUILDINGS, GREY.))
SUPER=01-Hani/Street Painter;
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=tall buildings, grey."
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VO-NAT


Hani's latest job- is replicating the work of basketball star and painter Patrick Ewing at an unveiling ceremony for Ewing's art credit card. (----------------)