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ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
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Up next on News 7 at 11...Election Day is a month away... we'll preview tomorrow's big debate in the Governor's race.
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VO-NAT


And we'll find out how you can help your child develop speech and language skills.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Headline
GRAPHIC=NONE


In sports, Scores and Highlights from the N-F-L Virginia Tech drops in the A-P college football poll.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And the Winston Cup drivers were at the Charlotte Motor Speedway for the U-A-W G-M 500.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Andrew
SS=None


Coming up, a work week forecast that doesn't change-- plenty of heat, and plenty of sun.
All the details are straight ahead.

Debate


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-55
GRAPHIC=Campaign 97

There is an anchor tag!!
The race for the governor's mansion is rounding the corner and heading into the home stretch.
In just a few weeks Virginians will choose the new resident.
Tomorrow the candidates will make a pit-stop at the podium.
Denise Allen has a preview of the Beyer-Gilmore debate.
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IN Q=Democrat Don Beyer
SUPER=03-West Virginia/July; :00
SUPER=01-Ray Garland/Political Analyst; :25
SUPER=@Denise1; 1:13
RUNS=1:31
OUT Q=News 7


((Democrat Don Beyer and Republican Jim Gilmore are in a dead heat.
The hot issue of the race has been Gilmore's proposal to reduce property taxes.
His supporters say Beyer jumped on the band wagon, after criticizing Gilmore's plan, by creating his proposal.
Republicans say this shows Beyer's wishy washy ways.
But political analyst Ray Garland says that's not necessarily so.
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SOT 13:16:41
IN Q=HE AT LEAST

((RAY GARLAND/POLITICAL ANALYST: HE AT LEAST WENT PART OF THE WAY TO NEUTRALIZE GILMORE'S ADVANTAGE AND PROBABLY IT WOULD BE TOO RISKY TO MAKE A BOLD THING TO SAY WE NEED TO KEEP VIRGINIA MOVING TO ATTEND TO EDUCATION TO HIGHWAYS, ETC. THAT WOULD BE A VERY RISKY STRATEGY.))
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OUT Q=VERY RISKY STRATEGY


But Garland expects Gilmore to move ahead in the polls.
He says Virginians feel good about the ways things are going in the state, so they're likely to choose the candidate most similar to George Allen.
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SOT 13:18:26
IN Q=WHAT GILMORE HAS TO

((GARLAND: WHAT GILMORE HAS TO DO IS TO SAY GEORGE ALLEN HAS COMPILED A GOOD RECORD. HE'S CUT CRIME, HE'S INCREASED JOBS, HE'S BEGUN THE REFORM OF EDUCATION. HE'S REDUCED THE RATE OF GROWTH OF THE GOVERNMENT AND WE NEED TO CONTINUE THAT AND I AM THE LOGICAL PERSON TO DO THAT AND I THINK WE'LL SEE IN THE LAST SEVERAL WEEKS OF THE CAMPAIGN THE PRESENCE OF GOVERNOR ALLEN.))
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OUT Q=OF GOVERNOR ALLEN

((DENISE ALLEN/REPORTER: GARLAND SAYS BEYER AND GILMORE ARE CHARISMATICALLY CHALLENGED.
HE SAYS BOTH CANDIDATES NEED TO GENERATE EXCITEMENT IN THEIR OWN CAMPS SO WORKERS WILL BE WILLING TO POUND THE PAVEMENT FOR VOTES.
GARLAND SAYS WITH MUCH OF THE BLACK VOTE UNDECIDED, ULTIMATELY THE RACE MAY COME DOWN TO WHO COMES OUT TO VOTE.
DENISE ALLEN NEWS 7.
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ANCHOR=ERIC

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WDBJ-7 will air tomorrow night's debate live.
Coverage begins on your Hometown Station at eight.

Higher-Education


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#=97-71
GRAPHIC=Education


Faculty members at Virginia's colleges and universities say higher education has reached a crossroads in the state.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Thursday;


In Roanoke last week, the Faculty Senate of Virginia considered some of the important issues facing higher education in the next century.
Members heard from Don Beyer, and a representative of Jim Gilmore's campaign for Governor.
And they argued that this is a critical time for higher education in Virginia.
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SOT 11:09:21
IN Q=It's an important time

((THOMAS SHERMAN/FACULTY SENATE PRESIDENT: IT'S AN IMPORTANT TIME BECAUSE THERE ARE INCREASING NEEDS. WE SEE INCREASING NEEDS AND WE SEE THE EXPRESSION OF THESE INCREASING NEEDS. SO IT'S AN IMPORTANT DECISION FOR WHERE WE'RE GOING TO GO, PARTICULARLY AS WE LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND THE 21ST CENTURY AND THINK ABOUT WHAT KIND OF SUPPORT WE'RE GOING TO HAVE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY.))
SUPER=01-Thomas Sherman/Faculty Senate President;
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OUT Q=the 21st century.
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=none


The Faculty Senate of Virginia represents educators at all of the state's public and private institutions of higher education.

Fire-Prevention


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-60
GRAPHIC=none


Fire fighters in Botetourt County hope opening up their house will help protect other homes in the community.
The Read Mountain Fire house opened its doors to the public today.
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SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;


The annual open house helped kick off fire prevention week.
Children received special treatment getting to sit in the driver's seat of the vehicle of their choice.
The open house helps educate the public about the needs of the volunteer department--for instance this turnout gear carries a big price tag.
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SOT 14:49:03
IN Q=LET THE COMMUNITY

((CHIEF ADAM FLEMING/READ MT FIRE & RESCUE: LET THE COMMUNITY KNOW THAT WE'RE OUT HER FOR THEM. WE'RE GOING TO BE COMING, THIS IS WHAT THEY'RE GOING TO SEE WHEN WE PULL UP, WHAT KIND OF EQUIPMENT WE'RE GOING TO USE AS WELL AS PROMOTE SAFETY FOR THE COMMUNITY.))
SUPER=01-Chief Adam Fleming/Read MT. Fire & Rescue;
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=FOR THE COMMUNITY
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VO-NAT


Fire fighters will spend the week visiting area daycare centers to educate preschoolers on fire safety.
The Read Mountain Fire and Rescue Department is a joint effort between Botetourt and Roanoke Counties.
It serves Southwest Botetourt County and East Roanoke County.
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Fire-Dept-Recruits


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-62
GRAPHIC=none


The Roanoke City Fire Department is shopping for recruits at Valley View Mall.
Representatives manned a booth, answering questions and handing out applications to anyone who wanted one.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


This is a way for the department to reach a lot of people in a short period of time.
They hope it helps change the stereotype surrounding the fire department.
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SOT 4:30:05
IN Q=WE WOULD LIKE

((LT. R.S. LEE/ROANOKE FIRE-EMS: WE WOULD LIKE TO ENCOURAGE APPLICANTS FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE, ALL ETHNIC BACKGROUNDS, MALE, FEMALE AND SO FORTH TO COME OUT AND TRY TO BECOME A PART OF THE ROANOKE FIRE-EMS SYSTEM.))
SUPER=01-Lt. R.S. Lee/Roanoke Fire-EMS;
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=FIRE-EMS SYSTEM
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=none


Lee says the department expects eight to 12 jobs to open up within the next year.
They're looking for people who are physically fit and have a strong desire to help others.
If this sounds like something you'd be interested in and you couldn't make it to Valley View Mall this weekend, you can pick up an application at the personnel office at the Fire Department.
Tease#1

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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=NONE


Child development is a gradual process, and if your child is old enough to start speaking you'll want to stay tuned...
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VO-NAT


When News 7 returns, we'll have some tips on what you should listen for in the language of your toddler.
That story is coming up next but first let's check in with Andrew in the weather center and see just how warm this week will get...
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Parenting


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jsu
TAPE#=Parenting
GRAPHIC=Parenting


In the first few years of life a child develops speech and language skills.
But when a child doesn't learn the basics..it can be frustrating for the child and the parent.
Intern reporter Joy Sutton has that story in this week's edition of Parenting.
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IN Q= 15..18 months you expect
SUPER=07-Buffy Scarberry; :00
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SUPER=20-Joy Sutton; :47
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OUT Q=can also suffer academically

((
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SOT 02:48:06
IN Q=At 15..18 months

((BUFFY SCARBERRY: 15..18 MONTHS YOU EXPECT A TODDLER TO BE SPEAKING A LOT OR SAYING MAMA DRINK AND HE WASN'T SAYING ANY OF THAT AND NOW HE IMITATES EVEN OFF THE TV..HE'LL IMITATE A SOUND ))
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=imitate a sound


Buffy's son A.J has been working with a speech-language pathologist for the past few months.
And Buffy says he is finally learning to repeat and say new words.
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SOT 02:33:14 (NAT SOUND)
IN Q=You want up...

((You want up..up. up..up. ))
OUT Q= up..up


But how can you tell if your child is having a problem?
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SOT 02:06:17
IN Q=The general guideline are

((ELIZABETH DALTON/SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST : THE GENERAL GUIDELINES TO GO BY ARE IF THE CHILD IS AROUND ONE YEAR OF AGE THEY SHOULD START SPEAKING USING TRUE WORDS..BY TWO YEARS OF AGE THEY SHOULD BE COMBINING TWO AND THREE WORDS INTO SHORT SENTENCES ))
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OUT Q=into short sentences


There are ways you can help your child develop their language skills. Specialists suggest talking to your child in parentese or what is called "Baby Talk."
This is done by using a higher pitch, stretching out the words and repeating them more often.
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SOT 02:01:17
IN Q=A parent may say

((ELIZABETH DALTON: A PARENT MAY SAY INSTEAD THERE'S A DOG IT'S RUNNING THEY SAY MAY SAY..DOGGIE..DOGGIE. SEE THE DOGGIE. DOGGIE RUN ))
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OUT Q= doggie run


But whether or not you should use parentese also depends on the age of the child.
At around the age of four or five parents should talk the child like they were an adult.
And as the child starts to use more complex sentences so should the parent.
If you suspect your child is having problems it's best to seek help early.
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SOT= 02:50:32
IN Q=I definitely think
(BUFFY SCARBERRY : I DEFINITELY THINK THAT ANY PARENT..IF THEY EVEN HAVE THE

SLIGHTEST NOTION EVEN ABOVE THEIR PEDIATRICIAN..JUST GO AHEAD AND HAVE THEM CHECKED BY A NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST..MAKE SURE IT'S NOT SOMETHING THAT'S HOLDING THEM BACK.))
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OUT Q=pictures and colors


A speech or language problem can cause the child to suffer academically.
Often times the child will also become frustrated.
Joy Sutton, News 7. ))

School-Resource-Officers


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-58
GRAPHIC=none


Police officers became a daily part of school life about twenty years ago with the beginning of the School Resource Officers Program.
Stacey Martin caught up with one officer in the program to see how attitudes have changed through the years.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke; :13
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OUT Q=SM, News 7, Roanoke.

((
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SOT 10.00.24 - 10.00.37
IN Q=The first part

((OFFICER M.A. RAYL/ROANOKE POLICE: THE FIRST PART OF THE YEAR, I COULD FEEL THE TENSION. THE SECOND PART OF THE YEAR. THE TENSION WAS GONE. I THINK THEY SEE ME MORE AS THEIR FRIEND. AND, NOT AS THEIR ENEMY.))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=as their enemy.


That was the welcome he got six years ago, starting a new assignment as a school resource officer.
He was placed at William-Fleming High School which was known for its past racial problems.
And, he started at a time when racial tension was perhaps at its highest--three months after the Rodney King beating.
But, his presence is now welcome.
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SOT 10.50.56 - 10.51.13
IN Q=I think the

((ALYCE SZATHMARY/PRINCIPAL: I THINK THE PREVENTATIVE NATURE OF THIS PROGRAM. THE FACT THAT THE POLICE OFFICERS INTERACTS WITH THE CHILDREN ON A REPEATED BASIS, A CONTINUAL BASIS. ON CAMPUS, IN CLASSROOMS, AT ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS. IT IS SO PREVENTIVE THAT WE KEEP THINGS FROM HAPPENING.))
SUPER=01-Alyce Szathmary/Principal;
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=things from happening.


The number of Resource officers is getting smaller, in fact Rayl is one of about six resource officers assigned to middle schools and high schools throughout the city of Roanoke.
He's a man in blue first and foremost arresting students for fighting, dealing or possessing drugs.
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SOT 10.01.59 - 10.02.09
IN Q=We have a

((OFFICER M.A. RAYL: WE HAVE A JOB TO DO AND WE'LL DO THAT JOB. BUT, AT THE SAME TIME WE'RE NOT LOOKING TO HARASS THEM OR TO MAKE AN ARREST. THAT'S NOT WANTED.))
RUNS=:00
OUT Q=That's not wanted.


But he's also a teacher-- giving talks about the law, and reminding students of the consequences of breaking rules.
And, he's a friend -- helping youngsters feel safe enough to talk to him about problems and depend on him for solutions.
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SOT 13.52.17 - 13.52.33
IN Q=The program is

((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: THE PROGRAM IS NOW IN ITS 19TH YEAR OF OPERATION. AND, WHILE THERE'S A PUSH TO EXPAND IT INTO MORE SCHOOLS, THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH OFFICERS TO MEET THE DEMAND, LEAVING SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS TO FIGHT FOR ONE OF THE REMAINING FEW, GOOD, MEN IN BLUE. STACEY MARTIN, NEW 7, ROANOKE.))
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=SM, News 7, Roanoke.

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Video-Artist


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=afr
TAPE#=97-69
GRAPHIC=none


Art isn't always as obvious as a painting on a wall or a sculpture in a park.
As Andrew Freiden found out sometimes artistic works are hidden between the pages of everyday books and magazines.
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SOT
IN Q=Jane Stogner taught
SUPER=03-Ferrum; :02
SUPER=01-Jane Stogner/Art Professor; :12
SUPER=01-John O'Connor/Artist; :41
SUPER=@Andrew2; :56
RUNS=1:42
OUT Q=news 7, ferrum.


(( Jane Stogner taught art to John O'Connor at Ferrum College 25 years ago.
But the kind of art he produces for a living NOW doesn't look anything like what you learn in school.
SOT 5:39:55

((JANE STOGNER/FERRUM ART PROFESSOR: WE THOUGHT I'D BE GOOD FOR CAREER PREPARATION IF OUR STUDENTS COULD SEE AN ALUMNI COME BACK AND SHOW HIS SUCCESSES AND ALSO SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING IN NEW TECHNOLOGY IN ILLUSTRATIONS ))
RUNS=:14


O'Connor's main tool is an airbrush-- he's able to tightly control fine sprays of paint.
SOT 5:17:38

((JOHN O'CONNOR/ARTIST: AFTER THE MAIN COLORS ARE PUT IN, I'LL GO BACK WITH ANYTHING TO BRUSHES TO OILS TO PEN AND INK TO PUT IN THE DETAILS OF THE LIGHTS AND THE RIVER. ))
RUNS=:13


He is a commercial artist-- you won't see these paintings in galleries. But you will find them in textbooks, brochures, and advertisements.
Sometimes you can't even tell the difference between his art and a photograph.
SOT 5:16:14

USE AUDIO OVER VIDEO OF THE BOOTS--the video's shaky. ((I'VE SEEN COMPANIES ACTUALLY MOCK UP IN ORDER TO SCARE THE COMPETITION.-- THE BOX AND THEY HAVE THE THING LOOKING LIKE IT'S IN THE BOX. THE WHOLE NINE YARDS. AND IT'S ALL JUST AN AIRBRUSHED OIL ILLUSTRATION.))
RUNS=:15


In order to market himself to prospective clients, he paints things that show he can paint people too.
SOT 5:20:03

((MY KIDS MAKE READY MODELS-- NOT ALWAYS WILLING, AS THEY WERE HAVING A BIG FIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THIS. BUT YOU NEED TO SHOW VERSATILITY. )
RUNS=:10


John has come a long way in 25 years.
Now he produces art on his personal computer.
Something that wasn't even around when he was a college student.
Andrew Freiden, News 7, Ferrum.))
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=NONE


Coming up a little later in the newscast we'll have this week's movie review..
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VO-NAT


where we'll check in with leading man Nick Nolte to see just what gives him the drive to keep acting.
We'll have that story plus the latest weather and sports when the news returns.
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Movie-Review


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=NET
GRAPHIC=none

There is an anchor tag!!!
Nick Nolte takes a little bit of a departure from playing in action-packed movies to star in U-Turn.
As Dan Nicola explains, the actor thinks it was a necessary move to keep his artistic freedom.
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IN Q=No one will
SUPER=03-"U-Turn"/TriStar Pictures; :04
RUNS=1:31
OUT Q=I'm Dan Nicola.

((No one will accuse Nick Nolte of failing to take chances. Witness his role as the lecherous husband in Oliver Stone's "U-Turn."
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SOT
IN Q=Well, looks as

((NICK NOLTE/U-TURN: WELL, LOOKS AS THOUGH WE'VE GOT OURSELVES A CONTRACT. WE SHAKE HANDS... IF YOU CAN'T TRUST THE MAN YOU'VE HIRED TO KILL YOUR WIFE...))
RUNS=:00
OUT Q=kill your wife


Nick Nolte, from the time he was a kid in the 50's, a rebel supreme.
Still leading man handsome at 55, Nolte has resisted attempts to make him the traditional live action hero.
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SOT
IN Q=If an actor

((NICK NOLTE/U-TURN: IF AN ACTOR DECIDES WHAT HE WILL OR WON'T DO, HE LOSES HIS FREEDOM. THE MINUTE HE THINKS HE HAS A CONSTITUENCY, AN AUDIENCE, HE LOSES HIS FREEDOM.))
RUNS=:00
OUT Q=loses his freedom.


Nolte admits he's abandoned his principals more than once.
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IN Q=

((NICK NOLTE/U-TURN: I MADE MONEY AND I'VE ALWAYS DEVELOPED A HEART MURMUR. I MEAN LITERALLY, I'D HAVE TO GO THROUGH THE WHOLE FILM WITH MY HEART GOING BA-BOOM, BA-BOOM, PHRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. You're not going to tell me one of those movies, are you? OH, SURE, I COULD TELL YOU, "ANOTHER 48 HOURS," "I LOVE TROUBLE," THERE'S QUITE A FEW OF THEM, "BLUE CHIPS,"...YOU KNOW ONCE YOU GET ON THE SET, YOU KNOW EVERYBODY ELSE IS THERE FOR THE MONEY TOO, THAT'S THE DISARMING FACTOR. NOBODY REALLY CARES ABOUT THE FILM, THEY'RE REALLY THERE BECAUSE THEY ARE GOING TO MAKE MONEY. YOU DON'T JUST WALK IN HERE AND WALK OUT.))
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OUT Q=to make money


Nick Nolte - 55 - no pulled punches. From Hollywood, for CBS News, I'm Dan DiNicola.
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=none


The movie opened Friday and it's rated R.


Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, We'll check in with the winner of the U-A-W G-M 500 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Green Bay ends Tampa Bay's win streak.
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and the Eagles handle the Redskins this afternoon at the Vet.
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S-Race


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-37
GRAPHIC=Charlotte Logo


Dale Jarrett took the lead with 58 laps to go and he holds off Bobby Labonte to win the U-A-W G-M 500 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Concord, NC/WTBS; :


Bobby Labonte started on the outside position but he took off like a bullet lapping several cars including Rusty Wallace just 60 laps into the race.
Then on lap 104 pole sitter Geoff Bodine and Kevin LePage get hooked up in turn two causing a crash that involved several cars including Ricky Rudd. Labonte received minor damage in the crash.
South Boston's Jeff Burton is becoming a regular up front and he passed Dale Jarrett to take the lead shortly after the caution.
The Intimadator, Dale Earnhardt, was back in the mix also he took his turn up front to lead the race with 170 laps complete.
Points leader Jeff Gordon couldn't find the right set up and he was running in fourth place with about 70 laps to go.
But Dale Jarrett led 85 laps and he would hold off Labonte over the final 58 circuits to win the U-A-W G-M 500 for his sixth win of the year.
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((DALE JARRETT/UAW GM 500 WINNER: ))
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OUT Q=.........MAKE IT EASY."
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=Hold logo


Labonte was second, Earnhardt third, Mark Martin fourth, Gordon fifth and Jeff Burton sixth.

S-Skins


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#RS97-1
GRAPHIC=Skins/Eagles


The Philadelphia Eagles used a strong running game this afternoon to beat the Washington Redskins 24 to 10.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/FOX SPORTS; :


The Eagles got their first score on the ground Ty Detmer drops back to pass but he tucks it in and scores from four yards out to make it 7 to nothing.
The Redskins defense has had problems with the rush. with 13 minutes left in the second quarter Ricky Watters dives over the top for the score to make it 14 to nothing.
Washington trailed 17 to 3 at the half then Gus Frerotte goes to the air and hits Terry allen on the 5 yard touchdown pass to make the score 17 to 10 Eagles.
The Eagles added the icing to the
SUPER=30-Philadelphia/24/Washington/10/;cake with 13 minutes left in the game

Watters goes left and cuts back up the gut to score and Philadelphia beats Washington 24 to 10.
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S-Packers


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB97-1
GRAPHIC=Packers/Bucs


Tampa Bays win steak ended in Green bay this afternoon.
Brett Favre threw two touchdown passes as the Packers beat the Bucaneers 21 to 16.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Green Bay, WI/FOX SPORTS; :


Tony Dungy and the Bucs put their 5 game win streak on the line.
Trailing 3 to nothing the Packers get on the board. Brett Favre goes up top and hits Antonio Freeman on the 31 yard pass play to make it 7 to 3 Packers.
The Green Bay defense added to their lead in the second quarter Gabe Wilkins intercepts this Trent Dilfer pass jumps over a tackler and scores from 78 yards out as the Packers took a 14 to 3 lead before the half.
Favre added another touchdown pass SUPER=30-Green Bay/21/Tampa

Bay/16/;when he hooks up with Freeman again this time from six yards out and Green Bay goes to 4 and 2 with the 21 to 16 win.
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S-NFL


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
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The Giants upset the Cowboys Miami beats Kansas City and Jacksonville bounces back with a win over Cincinnati.
Let's go to the boards and check the scores.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Tech Football


Virginia Tech's upset loss to Miami of Ohio yesterday dropped the Hokies in the Associated Press top 25 college football poll.
Tech started the day ranked 14-th but they fall to the 23-rd spot in the poll.
The Hokies will have to recover quickly from the loss because Boston College comes to town next Saturday and the winner will claim the top spot in the Big East.

S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-19
GRAPHIC=MLB Logo


Major League Baseball's divisional playoff's resume today as the American league series continue.
SS=Orioles/Mariners


Baltimore leads Seattle 2 to 1 and they're playing this afternoon. Right now the game is in the 7-th inning with the Orioles leading 3 to 1.
SS=Yankees/Indians


In Cleveland the Indians lead their series with the Yankees 2 games to 1 the Yankees winning game three last night.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/NBC SPORTS; :


New York took an early 2 to nothing lead then in the fourth inning the Yankees blew it open. Paul O'Neill comes up big with this grand slam home run and the Yankees coast to the 6 to 1 win.
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ANCHOR=Roy
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The Yankees will send Doc Gooden to the mound and Oral Hershiser will pitch for the Indians. Game time is 7-thirty.
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SUPER=X5000;
SUPER=330-Clear/Patchy Fog Late/53-58/Sunny/& Warm/83-87;
SUPER=331-Clear/Patchy Fog Late/53-58/Sunny/& Warm/83-87;
SUPER=332-Clear/Patchy Fog/48-52/Patchy Dense Fog/Then Sunny/78-82;
SUPER=333-Clear/& Calm/48-52/Sunny/& Warm/80-85;

SUPER=X5001; SUPER=334-Clear With/Patchy Dense Fog/48-52/Fog Early/Turning Sunny/78-82;