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Good Evening.
A rally tonight against Danville police.
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The uncle of a man killed by a RICHMOND police officer organized the rally- Protestors say they want to put an end to police shootings of young black males.
The ransom note in the Jon Benet Ramsey murder case was published in two Colorado papers today.
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And ready or not Jim Drunkenmiller will get his first N-F-L Start against the Rams this weekend.
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Plus have you seen this man driving around. He hopes to make the roads friendlier.
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Join us for News 7 at Eleven.

Diana


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A photographer at the fatal car crash of Princess Diana spoke exclusively to CBS News today-
Liz Mullen has his story plus the latest on funeral arrangements for the Princess.
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wipe wipe wipe ((AS PREPARATIONS CONTINUE FOR SATURDAY'S PROCESSION AND FUNERAL FOR PRINCESS DIANA, SOME OF THE PAPARAZZI BEING INVESTIGATED FOR POSSIBLY CONTRIBUTING TO HER DEATH ARE PUTTING THEIR OWN SPIN ON THE STORY. ONE OF THEM NOW SAYS HE WAS TRYING TO TAKE THE PRINCESS'S PULSE AS SHE WAS TRAPPED IN THE CAR, BECAUSE HE IS CERTIFIED IN FIRST AID AND CPR.
AND THIS ONE, IN AN EXCLUSIVE TELEVISION INTERVIEW WITH DAN RATHER, SAYS HE CAME UPON THE ACCIDENT SCENE AFTER THE OTHER PHOTOGRAPHERS, AND CLAIMS HE WAS NOT PART OF THE PACK THAT DESCENDED ON THE WRECKAGE.
JACQUES LANGEVIN/PHOTOGRAPHER/ CBS NEWS EXCLUSIVE: IT'S INAPPROPRIATE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS TO COME UPON SCENE AND TAKE PICTURES. THEY ARE NOT JOURNALISTS. THEY COULD BE CALLED KILLERS.
LANGEVIN AND THE OTHERS WERE RELEASED FROM JAIL YESTERDAY AFTER A FRENCH JUDGE DECIDED THERE WAS ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO INVESTIGATE THEM FOR POSSIBLE MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES.
FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 3 DAYS, BUCKINGHAM PALACE ISSUED A STATEMENT THANKING THE BRITISH FOR THEIR SUPPORT, SAYING PRINCE CHARLES AND DIANA'S SONS WERE PARTICULARLY MOVED. LIZ MULLEN/CBS NEWS: MEANWHILE PLANS FOR THE FUNERAL SATURDAY ARE UNDERWAY. IT IS BEING REPORTED THAT DIANA'S ELDEST SON WILLIAM WILL WALK WITH HIS FATHER BEHIND HIS MOTHER'S COFFIN. FOLLOWING THE SERVICE, BUCKINGHAM PALACE HAS ASKED THE COUNTRY TO STAND STILL FOR A MOMENT OF SILENCE. LIZ MULLEN CBS NEWS LONDON.))

MOM-Diana


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Princess Diana's mother Francis- Shank-Kydd arrived at London's Heathrow Airport from her home on the Scottish islands.
Diana's biological mother left the airport in a car with a police escort.
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You can watch the funeral live Saturday morning here on your hometown station- CBS will begin coverage at 5-am. The funeral is expected to begin at six in the morning.

SCLC


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WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-50
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A civil rights leader in Danville says police are committing racial genocide by shooting young black men.
Reverend William Avon Keen also says the black community and the police department can solve this problem together.
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Keen is the leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. He says Danville police must stop killing black men out of fear.
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Last week Officer Dewey Hancock Jr. shot and killed an alleged shoplifter who was trying to grab his gun.
Keen says the shooting victim was David Pryor of New York City, but police say they still don't know the man's name.
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((REVEREND WILLIAM AVON KEEN/SCLC: IF HE WAS SHOT BY POLICE AS AN UNIDENTIFIED INDIVIDUAL, HE WOULD BE TREATED AS A PAUPER AND BURIED AND JUST THROWN ASIDE, WHICH WOULD ALSO REINFORCE THAT A BLACK CRIMINAL'S LIFE IS VALUELESS.))
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Keen says white officers have shot three other black men before.
But Chief Neal Morris says police acted in self-defense and they patrol black neighborhoods with trust, not fear.
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((NEAL MORRIS/DANVILLE POLICE CHIEF: POLICE OFFICERS ARE NOT AFRAID OF BLACK MEN. WE CERTAINLY DON'T VIEW BLACK MEN OR ANY PERSON AS CRIMINALS BASED ON ANY PAST HISTORY OR ANYTHING ELSE.))
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Morris says he would fire an officer for making a racial slur.
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Rally


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SUPER=03-Danville;


Also in Danville, a rally against police.
It was organized by the uncle of Marco Loney, who was killed by a Richmond police officer as he fled on foot two years ago.
Protesters say they want to put an end to (quote) young black males lying dead in the streets for no reason.
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Boty-schools


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Before segregation, Central Academy was the only school for blacks in Botetourt County.
Now a community group says the new name honors a slave owner.
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The school is now called William Clark Middle School.
But the New County-wide League wants the old name back.
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((MARTIN JEFFREY: HERE WE ARE IN THE 90'S SAYING THAT THAT HISTORY IS NOT SIGNIFICANT. THAT IT'S MORE IMPORTANT THAT WE RECOGNIZE SLAVE OWNERS. WELL THAT'S NOT APPROPRIATE, THAT'S NOT ACCEPTABLE. )) ((VIOLA MERCHANT: WE DON'T HAVE ANYTHING IN BOTETOURT FOR AFRO-AMERICANS. AND THAT'S OUR STRUGGLE, THAT'S OUR PLEA TO THE SCHOOL BOARD OF BOTETOURT COUNTY. BUT THEY'RE NOT LISTENING TO US))
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The new name has plenty of supporters as well.
More than 200 residents signed a petition saying the name change issue is dead-- since the name was selected after public input over two years ago.
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Deweese


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Christopher Todd Deweese pled no contest to involuntary manslaughter charges in Roanoke today.
Two passengers were killed when
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Deweese slammed his pickup truck into a tree in July, after a police officer recognized him at Mill Mountain Park.
At that time, Deweese was wanted for failing to appear in court.
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((GERALD TEASTER/ASST. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY; THE EXTREME RECKLESS DISREGARD FOR HUMAN LIFE BY DRIVING AT HIGH SPEED IN THICK FOG ON A MOUNTAIN ELUDING POLICE. UNDER THE LAW, THAT CERTAINLY COULD BE INTERPRETED AND FOUND GUILTY BY A JUDGE OR A JURY OF INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER BY DOING THAT.))
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Deweese agreed to plead no contest, after the prosecution agreed not to seek a sentence above state guidelines.
If the judge decided to follow the guidelines, Deweese's sentence could range from 3 to 6 years.
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B'burg-Shooting


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300-thousand dollars.
That was the bond needed to free three Martinsville brothers charged with shooting a man inside a Blacksburg night spot.
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Leon and Kerry Scales were released from the Montgomery County jail yesterday.
Their brother, Terry, was bonded out this afternoon.
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They're charged with murdering a 30-year old Florida man after a dispute on the dance floor at Arnold's restaurant Sunday morning.
A Blacksburg attorney represented Terry Scales about a year ago when he was charged with assault and battery.
In that case-- Scales was found NOT guilty.
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((DUTTON OLINGER/DEFENSE ATTORNEY:VERY GOOD FAMILY AND THEY ALL HAVE GOOD RECORDS IN THE MARTINSVILLE AREA, IN HIGH SCHOOL, SPORTS, AND A VERY WELL KNOWN AND RESPECTED FAMILY IN THAT AREA. ))
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29-year old Paul Shoemaker was shot and wounded during the incident.
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Girls-Girls


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#97-58
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A Roanoke Jury will decide whether nude dancing at a Roanoke nightspot is obscene or an artistic expression protected by the First Amendment.
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Dancers at Girls, Girls, Girls routinely take off all their clothes. But the Supreme Court has said that doesn't necessarily constitute obscenity.
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In Court this afternoon the judge ruled the club may be prosecuted under both City ordinance and State law.
The defense claims police conducted an illegal search by videotaping performances at the club with a hidden camera.
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((JACK KENNETT/GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS, INC. ATTY.: THEY PAID TO GET IN, BUT THEY TRESPASSED TO THE PLACE WHERE THEY TOOK THE PHOTOGRAPHS. AND I'M NOT SO SURE THAT THAT DOESN'T MAKE ALL THAT INADMISSIBLE.))
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The case is set for trial at the end of the month.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
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Arizona's Governor is stepping down for his convictions. We'll have that story next.
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And for the first time the public gets to see the full ransom note in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case.
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Ramsey


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Two Denver newspapers have published the ransom note in the Jon Benet Ramsey murder-
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In it, the writer claims to represent "a small foreign faction" and theatens to kill the little girl if her father deviates from the instructions.
Prosecutors say they don't think the note's release will affect the investigation.
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((REPORTER: DO YOU THINK IT WILL BE HELPFUL LIKE THE UNABOMBER MANIFESTO? ALEX HUNTER/BOULDER CO. PROSECUTOR: I THINK THAT COULD BE ARGUED THAT'S A FAIR POINT TO MAKE. THERE ARE SOME DOWN SIDES TO IT AND SOME SUP SIDES.))
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The papers editors claim they got a copy of the note from Vanity Fair magazine-
But Prosecutors, the police and the Ramseys' lawyers had the only known copies.
Everyone has denied giving the note to Vanity Fair.
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Symington


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Arizona's governor is leaving office-
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after being convicted today. Republican Fife Symington was found guilty of fraudulently obtaining millions in loans when he was a real estate developer.
The 52-year old could face prison time.
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Three-Bedford


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TAPE#97-54
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Bedford County is having a hard time coming up with the money it needs to improve its school system.
It would like to spend more money on the students.
The question is how to accomplish that with the rest of the county's capital improvement needs. TAKE FULLSCREEN "G IS FOR GROWTH"
Steve Smallshaw tries to answer that in the final part of his series "G Is For Growth".
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(( You might call Bedford County a victim of its own success.
Thanks to the lure of low taxes, the county's population has grown by three percent every year since 1970.. and its school system has added 2500 students in the last ten years.. it can expect at least that many over the next five.
But that same low tax rate means the county has trouble affording everything it needs.
It's now coming to a head.. Bedford must spend ten million dollars to renovate its courthouse, seven million for three new libraries and the school system needed three new elementary schools YESTERDAY.
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((BILL ROLFE/BEDFORD CO. ADMINISTRATOR: THERE ARE NO FREE LUNCHES, UNFORTUNATELY AND IF WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO MEET THE BUILDING NEEDS OF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM AND PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL MONEY FOR OPERATIONAL EDUCATION THEN REVENUE IS GOING TO HAVE TO INCREASE.))
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But HOW it will increase is subject to debate.
Right now, supervisors would rather focus on economic development to help expand the county's tax base and keep its workforce at home.
The only people talking about raising taxes are the parents whose children attend classes in trailers.
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((ROBERT BASHORE/BEDFORD CO. SUPERVISOR: AGAIN, NOBODY WANTS TO TALK ABOUT TAX INCREASE AND NOBODY WANTS IT. I DO HEAR IN THE FOREST AREA MORE SO THAN I THINK IN OTHER PARTS OF THE COUNTY, THAT `WELL I WOULD PAY MORE TAXES AS LONG AS IT GOES TO EDUCATION'.))
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Even if the school system DOES get more money, some are worried about how it's spent.
The acrimony of last spring's budget process left many parents doubting whether the school board can do the job.
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((JAMES FIELDS/SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE: THERE'S A LOT OF POLITICS BEING PLAYED ON THE SCHOOL BOARD, AND IF THEY CAN'T GET ALONG WITH EACH OTHER AND THEY CAN'T COOPERATE WITH EACH OTHER, I DON'T WANT 'EM COOPERATING WITH MY MONEY. AND I DON'T THINK MANY OF THE TAXPAYERS IN THE COUNTY WOULD APPRECIATE THAT. I DON'T THINK MANY TAXPAYERS ALSO ARE WILLING TO HAVE THEIR TAXES RAISED FOR THE SCHOOLS IF THERE'S NOT GOING TO BE MORE ACCOUNTABILITY.))
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Of Bedford's eight- member school board, only three are left who were appointed to the post.
Not ONE of them will seek election to the board this fall.
With every new member there's a learning curve, and parents and teachers say they'll need to stay involved.
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((JERRY DANISZEWSKI/FOREST PTA COALITION: WE REALIZE WE'RE MAKING NOISE AND WE'RE TRYING LIKE HECK TO BE HELPFUL ANY WAY WE CAN AND WE'RE JUST TRYING TO MAKE SURE THAT THE BOARDS UNDERSTAND THIS IS WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT. I THINK THE BOARDS UNDERSTAND THAT NOW. YOU TALK TO THE BOARD MEMBERS, TALK TO THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION, TALK TO THE SCHOOL BOARD.. THERE'S PRETTY MUCH A CONSENSUS THAT THIS NEEDS TO GET DONE. IT'S JUST A QUESTION NOW OF TURNING THE CRANK AND MAKING IT WORK.))
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Parents, teachers and administrators alike all hope it starts working very soon.
Steve Smallshaw, News7.))
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Stay with us, Mike Stevens will be along with some big news for a former Hokie,
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but first we'll meet a Franklin County man who wants to bring a new wave of friendliness to the area roads.
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SIGN-MAN


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An Underground house, a handmade rock tower, and a carload of wooden signs.
It's all part of the mystery of Franklin County resident John Gabel.
Andrew Freiden and Videographer Greg Moore explain.
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(( John decided he wanted to live in an underground house.
So he got a couple of books on the subject, and built it himself.
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((JOHN GABEL: THE IDEA FOR THE UNDERGROUND HOUSE WAS MAINLY FOR HEATING AND COOLING PURPOSES. IT SOUNDED LIKE A FUN THING TO DO. AND I SAW ANOTHER PERSON IN THE COUNTY DOING IT, AND I SAID...WELL THAT DOESN'T LOOK TOO HARD. HA HA...))
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He got the building permit in 1985...but his home is still a work in progress.
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((BUT, I'VE GOT ANOTHER PART THAT'S ABOVE GROUND, AND THIS IS IT, AND IT MAKES IT ALL WORTHWHILE. YOU CAN SEE ROANOKE, AND IF YOU PAN TO THE LEFT, YOU CAN SEE THE PEAKS OF OTTER IN THE DISTANCE.))
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His current project?
A 20 foot high rock tower-- built out of 300 pound river rocks.
The 43 year old sixth grade science teacher moves the boulders by hand.
He says it helps keep him in shape.
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((YOU USE THE EDGE OF THE STAIR AS A FULCRUM, THEN YOU GET YOUR LEGS BEHIND IT, LIFT UP, AND PUSH ON THE TOP OF IT, IT ROLLS UP, AND SMASHES YOUR MICROPHONE! ))
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John says some people think he's crazy...
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((But you're not crazy, you're .... ECCENTRIC-- I ENJOY IT. I LIKE TO BE DIFFERENT, JUST TO BE DIFFERENT SOMETIMES ))
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And there's nothing more different than a guy who waves wooden signs at complete strangers on the street.
SOT 5:41:03

((WHEN I WAS YOUNG, MY PARENTS USED TO TALK ABOUT FUNNY THINGS THAT HAPPENED DURING THE DAY-- AND THEY'D MENTION IT AT THE DINNER TABLE. AND I THOUGHT, I'D LIKE TO BE IN SOMEBODY'S DINNER CONVERSATION. HEY-- I SAW THE FUNNIEST THING TODAY! ))
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((IT CATCHES PEOPLE OFF GUARD. THEY SEE THE SIGN, AND THEN THEY READ IT, AND IT'S LIKE-- OH! THAT'S WHAT I GO FOR, THAT CONNECTION.
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What about the people who say he should act his age?
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((IF GROWING UP MEANS BEING ALL SERIOUS AND GRUMPY...THEN I DON'T WANT TO GROW UP. ))

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So, if you're passing by a little blue car and John Gabel "waves" hello,-- give him a smile and wave back-- especially if you speak "sign" language.
Andrew Freiden, News 7, Franklin County. )) Wx-Tape
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S-Score


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Dale Earnhardt should be back on track this weekend. Last night a team spokesman says Doctors from two different hospitals have concluded that there is nothing wrong with Dale.
Earnhardt told us Tuesday night he plans to race in Richmond, and it appears NASCAR will give him the OK to do just that later today.
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S-Hillcats


ANCHOR=mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-CL-97
GRAPHIC=CAROLINA LEAGUE


Lynchburg and Kinston began the quest for the Mills Cup last night with Game 1 of the Carolina League championship.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Indians vs. Hillcats;


The Tribe was making its 3rd straight appearance in the finals, while it was the first trip for a Lynchburg team since 1992.
The 'Cats trailed 1-nil early, but broke through for 3 runs in the 4th. Mark Farris gets the base knock into center, scoring Aramis Ramirez from 3rd.
Then watch Luis Figueroa slap the hard grounder to short that gets booted, allowing Craig Wilson to scoot home, and Lynchburg led 3-1 after 4.
But Kinston did not go quietly. Marco Scutaro (SCOOT-UH ROW) goes back up the middle, scoring Mark Budzinski to make it a 3-2 game.
Two batters later, Patricio Claudio lines one into center, and Heath Hayes races around to tie things up in the 5th.
Ramirez untied things for Lynchburg in the bottom of the inning with this
shot down the line in left. Mike SUPER=37-Kinston/3/Lynchburg/5;

Asche's run made it 4-3 'Cats and Lynchburg takes game 1 by a 5-to-3 count.
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S-Druck


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


On to the NFL where the 49ers prized rookie Jim Druckenmiller is now on scheduled to get his first NFL start this Sunday against the St. Louis Rams.
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The former Hokie star will get the accelerated playing time because of injuries to both starter Steve Young and backup Jeff Brohm.
SUPER=04-Last Sunday;


Brohm has a broken finger, while Young has not been cleared by doctors to play after suffering his third concussion in less than year on Sunday when he was kneed in the head on this play.
SUPER=04-Preseason;


Druckenmiller played well in the preseason completing 19 passes for 167 yards, 1 touchdown and two interceptions.
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S-Young


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-12
GRAPHIC=49ERS


Young is determined to play some on Sunday, and he was back in practice yesterday afternoon.
But before stepping on the field yesterday he sounded very much like a man of reason.
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((STEVE YOUNG/49ERS QUARTERBACK:))
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
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The Redskins get another big early season test this week when they travel to PIttsburgh to take on the Steelers.
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The two teams got to know each other this summer when they scrimmaged in Frostburg during training camp.
The Skins are catching Kordell and his gang after they were whipped by Dallas, but you won't catch the Skins taking them lightly.
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((DARRELL GREEN/REDSKINS CORNERBACK:))
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Sports Tease


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Still to come tonight Steve Mason is back in the house
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for another season of the best in high school hoop news. The season premier of Hometown Hoops Weekly is straight ahead.
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S-Hoops


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It's the first Wednesday in September and that means time to jump start another season of Hometown Hoops Weekly with my man Steve Mason.
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((:))
((Blue Ridge player of the year candidate Brandy Allen is averaging around 19 points and 11 rebounds through a 4 and OH record. ((:))
In Seminole District news; Warner Dyke is in his first year as Brookville's head coach. ((:)) One of the state's if not the nations top recruits; Louisa guard Telisha Quarles, played in the Byrd tip off. She's averaging 15 points a game and UConn, Old Dominion and Virginia are in hot pursuit. ((:)) ((CHEER LEADERS:))
Former Virginia Tech and now NBA Charlotte Hornet Dell Curry on teamwork. ((:))
In single A, Floyd is 4 and oh; Julie Sowers is averaging 30 points a game. The Lady Buffaloes will have to contend with fellow Three Rivers foe Glenvar and first year coach Bryan Harvey.
Watch out for Tracy Poff and Shawsville. Megan Forester and her teammates did their off season homework.))