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Coming up next on News 7 at 11.
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The Cassini space probe is just a few hours away from liftoff.
Attorney General Janet Reno says the President is NOT in the clear yet.
And a parenting network is helping stay-at-home moms deal with a difficult job.
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News 7 at 11 is next.

Cassini-probe


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In just a few hours the Cassini space probe and its radioactive fuel will blast into space.
Dave Fehling has more on the mission and the controversy.
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Reno


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Janet Reno says she may want to interview the President about democratic fundraising, saying reports that Clinton is in the clear are "exactly wrong."
On Meet The Press today she took aim at critics who say she looks foolish for not appointing a special prosecutor.
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((JANET RENO/ATTORNEY GENERAL; WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT ME, WHAT PEOPLE THREATEN, JUST ISN'T WHAT SHOULD BE DONE IN THIS INVESTIGATION, THIS INVESTIGATION SHOULD BE CONDUCTED, NOT IN HEADLINES, NOT IN THE PUBLIC'S VIEW, BUT IN AN ORDERLY WAY, WITH THAT GRAND JURY, TO SEE THAT JUSTICE IS DONE ))
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Reno says the federal fundraising probe is one of the most complex criminal investigations in history.

Clinton


ANCHOR=Eric
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President Clinton's lawyer tried to chip away some of Paula Jones's credibility today.
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Jones says she can prove Clinton exposed himself to her, because she saw distinctive anatomical features.
As the President toured South America today, his lawyer announced the results of Mr. Clinton's latest physical exam.
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((ROBERT BENNETT/PRESIDENT'S ATTORNEY; THERE ARE NO BLEMISHES, THERE ARE NO MOLES, THERE ARE NO GROWTHS. I TRUST NOW WE CAN PUT THIS BEHIND US. ))
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Bennett said it was awful to even have to discuss the topic, but the lawsuit left them no choice.

Plane-Crash


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Officials lifted a plane from a river near Knoxville, Tennessee where it crashed, killing three people.
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The single engine plane went down near the South Knoxville Bridge.
It crashed shortly after taking off from the Downtown Island Home Airport.. a small facility used by private planes.
The pilot, 55 year old Robert Garrett, his wife, Sandra Garrett, and their 16 year old son, Bobby Ridell Garrett all died.
The family apparent often used the airport when attending the University of Tennessee football games at nearby Neyland Stadium.
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Still ahead, women who gave up their careers to become stay-at-home moms - are finding support in their numbers.
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And, we'll learn about one man's efforts to help victims of drunk driving.
That's coming up when News 7 continues.
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DWI-FUNDRAISER


ANCHOR=ERIC
NEWSCAST=11p
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TAPE#=97-58
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One person every day goes to a Roanoke hospital as a result of alcohol related car accidents.
So a local man wants to start a non-profit group to help those who can't help themselves.
Michael Hicks was hit by a drunk driver in 1980 while he was walking down a road in Ohio.
His body was crushed from the waist down.
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In '95 he lost his right leg due to complications from the accident.
Last year, after 52 operations, he lost his left leg.
Now he speaks to students or any group that will listen.
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((MICHAEL HICKS/VICTIMS HELPING VICTIMS: IT'S NOT WORTH THE CONSEQUENCES OF DRINKING AND DRIVING. I WASN'T DRIVING AND I WASN'T DRINKING BUT I BECAME A VICTIM SO WHAT I'M TRYING TO DO IS PREVENT IT FROM HAPPENING TO SOMEBODY ELSE BY TALKING TO THEM.))
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Hicks' wife makes these crafts and proceeds from the sales will help them start a non-profit group called Victims Helping Victims.
Hicks says he's also going to work with his government representatives to develop legislation to help victims of drunk drivers.
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Parenting-10/8


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Giving up a career to care for an infant for some means making a difficult adjustment.
Being at home can be a lonely experience.
Stacey Martin has the story of one moms's efforts to build a network of support in this week's edition of Parenting.
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((JULIA JESSEE/M.O.M.S PRESIDENT: BEING A STAY-AT-HOME MOTHER IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT JOBS THAT A PERSON COULD DO AND YOU NEED THAT SUPPORT AND YOU NEED TO KNOW THAT THERE ARE OTHER PEOPLE THERE SO YOU'RE NOT FEELING LIKE YOU'RE THE ONLY OTHER PERSON THERE.))
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She made the choice when her daughter Emily was born to stay at home.
But, the decision brought with it some unexpected changes, a feeling of isolation and a loss of identity.
So, nine months ago, Jessee started a local chapter of the MOMS or the Mothers' Support Group of Lexington.
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((JULIA JESSEE/M.O.M.S: I WAS VERY LONELY WHEN WE MOVED HERE AND I WANTED TO MEET MORE PEOPLE.))
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The moms take early morning trips to the park for their kids and late nights out on the town for themselves.
They also swap stories and ideas about breast-feeding, potty-training and the challenges of parenting.
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((SHANNON HEPNER/M.O.M.S MEMBER: LAST YEAR WHEN MY BABY WAS BORN MY MIDDLE DAUGHTER WAS JUST STARTING THE TERRIBLE TWOS AND IT HELPED TO BE ABLE TO TALK TO OTHER PEOPLE AND ASK WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN THEY THROW A TEMPER TANTRUM IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SUPERMARKET.))
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Many of the mothers had jobs before they had their children but admit parenting is tougher.
Belonging to the group hasn't lessened the strain but is has provided a network of friends that can be counted on for encouragment, helpful hints and support.
Stacey Martin, News 7, Lexington.))

UR-Pagan


ANCHOR=Eric
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John Pagan has been looking toward the future ever since his appointment July first as the dean of law at the University of Richmond.
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This week, the former Arkansas state senator was in Roanoke addressing alumni and outlining his vision.
Pagan says the university is committed to preparing law graduates for the 21st century, by stressing an international focus in the curriculum.
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((JOHN PAGAN: TWO-THOUSAND VIRGINIA COMPANIES ARE ENGAGED IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND I THINK ITS INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT THAT VIRGINIA LAWYERS KNOW NOT ONLY THE LAW OF THE UNITED STATES, BUT ALSO UNDERSTAND THE WORLD'S OTHER GREAT LEGAL SYSTEMS. AND SO WE'RE GOING TO TRY TO PREPARE PEOPLE TO OPERATE IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT.))
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The Law school is also hoping to hit the big time-- Pagan wants to crack the top 50 among the nation's law schools in just a few years.
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((JOHN PAGAN: ITS AN AMBITIOUS AGENDA THAT WE'VE SET OUT, BUT WE HAVE A LOT TO WORK WITH. TALENTED FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY, A UNIVERSITY WITH RESOURCES AND AN EXCELLENT REPUTATION IN OUR AREA.))
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And Pagan says there's no better place to gain global experience than at the state's financial, commercial and legal center-- Richmond.

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When News 7 at Eleven continues, we'll see how Lynchburg's Italian Festival fared in its riverside location.
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And, Bruce Hornsby gives us a glimpse into "the way it is" for him as a musician.
We'll have that story in a moment along with Roy Stanley's sports and Andrew Frieden's extended weather forecast.
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Hornsby


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Bruce Hornsby's performance at the Salem Civic Center last week marked his first performance in the region in nine years.
But, as Joe Dashiell reports, the artist is no stranger to western Virginia and its musical traditions.
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((Bruce Hornsby may be best known for the jazz- flavored pop songs that brought him to prominence in the mid- 80s. nat sound
But his musical interests aren' t confined to one rack at the record store.
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((BRUCE HORNSBY: WE'RE PLAYING A BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL NEXT WEEK. WE PLAYED THE PLAYBOY JAZZ FESTIVAL AND THE NEWPORT JAZZ FESTIVAL THIS PAST YEAR. RUNNING THE GAMUT, YOU KNOW. TUPAC SHAKUR WE JUST FOUND OUT RECORDED THE WAY IT IS, AND I'M MAKING A RECORD WITH RANDY SCRUGGS IN NASHVILLE SO FROM COUNTRY TO RAP, AND FROM THE ORCHESTRAL THING, FROM BLUEGRASS TO JAZZ MUSIC IT'S WHAT I LIKE TO DO... RUN THE GAMUT.))
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In fact, Hornsby won one of his three grammys for a bluegrass version of Valley Road.
and a longtime interest in folk music and Bluegrass has carried him to the Old Fiddlers Convention in Galax for two years running.
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((BRUCE HORNSBY: I'D NEVER GONE TO THE OLD TIME FIDDLERS CONVENTION UNTIL LAST YEAR. I WENT WITH MY WIFE AND MY BOYS. NOT SURE MY WIFE HAD A GREAT TIME, BUT MY BOYS AND I DID AND MY BOYS WANTED TO GO BACK AGAIN. THEY WERE FOUR LAST YEAR AND THEY'RE FIVE THIS YEAR. SO SINCE THEY WANTED ME TO TAKE THEM BACK, I TOOK THEM BACK.))
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Hornsby will be mining those musical traditions again next week, when he and his band travel to the Black Mountain Music Festival near Asheville, North Carolina.
Joe Dashiell News 7.))

ITALIAN-FESTIVAL


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The weather didn't impact the Italian Festival, but the high cost of tickets may have.
As Denise Allen reports the poor turnout means some vendors aren't getting paid.
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((The Italian Festival didn't have to battle a hurricane this year.
Fran devastated the event last September and put organizers 170-thousand dollars in debt.
The four day festival needed a big turnout at its new location by the James River to recoup last year's losses and apparently that didn't happen.
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((MIKE BUSCEMI/FESTIVAL ORGANIZER: THE ATTENDANCE HERE ISN'T WHAT WE EXPECTED AND WE'RE NOT SURE 'TIL THE END OF THE FESTIVAL WHAT WE'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO DO IN RELATION TO REPAYMENT-WISE.))
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((PHYLLIS WILSON/WILSON SEPTIC INC: HE SIGNED THE AGREEMENT HE WOULD PAY 25-PERCENT PER NIGHT OF WHAT HE OWED LAST YEAR AS WELL AS WHAT HE OWED THIS YEAR AND HE DEFAULTED.))
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Wilson returned to the festival despite not being fully compensated for last year's services.
But says when the money she expected this time didn't materialize she pulled her potties from the park.
Buscemi says another company is filling the need.
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((I DON'T KNOW WHY HE COULDN'T HAVE WRITTEN A CHECK TO WILSON SEPTIC. WE WERE HERE LAST YEAR WHEN THE GOING WAS ROUGH. WE'VE BEEN HERE THIS YEAR AND STOOD BEHIND THEM SO WHAT'S GOING ON HERE.))
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Buscemi says no other vendor is pulling out.
But some visitors and vendors say organizers may have priced themselves out of business.
Tickets were 12-dollars at the gate and that did not include food or rides.
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((BUSCEMI: WE LOOKED AT THE TYPE OF ENTERTAINMENT WE BROUGHT IN AND OUR TICKET PRICES ARE ABOUT 50-PERCENT OF WHAT THEY WOULD HAVE RECEIVED HAD YOU SEEN THE EXACT ENTERTAINMENT IN AN AUDITORIUM.))
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DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7: MIKE BUSCEMI SAYS HE WANTS TO GIVE THE FESTIVAL ANOTHER SHOT.
HE SAYS WHAT MAY HAPPEN IS THE ITALIAN FESTIVAL MAY BE TURNED INTO A 'FOR PROFIT GROUP.'
A FINAL DECISION WILL COME AFTER THE GATE RECEIPTS ARE TOTALED.
DENISE ALLEN NEWS 7 LYNCHBURG.)) WX-tape

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S-Panthers


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The Carolina Panthers started Steve Beurlein instead of Kerry Collins and
the Panthers self destructed again losing 21 to 14 to Minnesota.
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The Vikings got on the board in the second quarter Brad Johnson tosses this six yard T-D pass to Cris Carter to make it 7 to nothing Vikings.
The Panthers rallied Buerlein goes to the air and hits Wesley Walls over the middle from 16 yards out and the game was tied 7 to 7.
Then in the fourth quarter Johnson's SUPER=30-Minnesota/21/Carolina/14/;

pass is batted back into his hands he tucks it in and scores from the four yard line and the Vikings beat the panthers 21 to 14.
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S-Jags


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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Jacksonville improved its record to 5 and 1 with a 38 to 21 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
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It was the James Stewart show as the Jaguars took the early lead. On the first series of the game Stewart takes the handoff and scores from 7 yards out to make it 7 to nothing.
Moments later the Jaguars struck again this time Stewart takes it into the house from 8 yards out and Jacksonville jumped out to a 14 to nothing lead.
Still in the first quarter the SUPER=30-Jacksonville/38/Philadelphia/21/;

Jaguars call Stewart's number again he will score over the right side from the one and Jacksonville wins it 38 to 21.
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S-Jets


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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Dan Marino is back today he passed for 372 yards and two touchdowns to lead Miami over the New York Jets 31 to 20.
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A beautiful day for a game at the Meadowlands.
The Jets led 7 to nothing on a short run then Marino puts it up in the air connecting with a wide open Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the 36 yard touchdown to tie it at 7 to 7.
But New York took the lead in the second quarter when quarterback Neil O'Donnell hits Keyshawn Johnson on the 7 yard touchdown strike to make it 14 to 7.
Marino comes back in the second SUPER=30-Miami/31/N.Y. Jets/20/;quarter

with this 22 yard T-D pass to Lamar Thomas and the Dolphins get the 31 to 20 win over the Jets.
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S-NFL


ANCHOR=Roy
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The first time Detroit played Tampa Bay the Bucs held Barry Sanders to 20 yards rushing.
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But today in Florida, Sanders rushed for 215 yards scoring three touchdowns two came from better than 80 yards as the Lions beat the Bucaneers this afternoon.
And now here's the rest of the N-F-L scores.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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Virginia Tech improved its record in the Big East to 4 and 0 with yesterday's 17 to 7 win over Boston College.
The Hokies have a week off before making a trip to Morgantown to take on the Mountaineers of West Virginia.
Tech will enter the game ranked 22-nd while West Virginia is 23-rd in the A-P college football poll.
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L-S-U upset Florida yesterday dropping the Gators to seventh. While Penn State moves to the top spot.

Sports Tease


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Still to come, Terry Labonte takes a ride to Victory Lane at Talladega. The Roanoke Express was on the ice at the Roundhouse for an exhibition game against Hampton Roads David Duvall gets his first win on the P-G-A tour this afternoon in Williamsburg.
And Florida pitcher Livan Hernandez
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sets a National League Championship Series record by striking out 15 in the Marlins win over the Braves.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Roy
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The Roanoke Express was back in the Roundhouse last night hosting the Hampton Roads Admirals in an E-C-H-L exhibition game.
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Gagnon and Chris were all the Express needed in the match up with Hampton.
Chris Lipsett started it off with a goal in the first period and the Express quickly jumped out to the one to nothing lead.
Then Gagnon came through in the net. On this play he makes a super stop with the glove holding the Admirals scoreless in the first period.
Then Chris Cantu would score his first of two goals in the first period as he slips the puck in the net to make it 2 to nothing Express.
Another Chris scored in the second SUPER=38-Roanoke/5/Hampton/0/;period.

Chris Fess with the shot that gets into the net to make it 4 to nothing and the Express wins it 5 to 0.
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S-Race


ANCHOR=Roy
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Terry Labonte picked up his first win of the Winston Cup Season taking the checkered flag in the Diehard 500 at Talladega.
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The speed was fast around the super-speedway at Talladega Dale Earnhardt looking for his first win was fourth 18 laps into the race.
Mark Martin started 31-st but about 25 laps into the race he was running in the 19-th spot.
Then on Lap 53 a couple of cars get together coming out of turn two Billy Standridge slides down the track bringing out the first caution of the day.
After several different lead changes Dale Jarrett worked his way to the front and he was the leader on lap 82.
Then a major crash on lap 140 Jeff Gordon cuts a tire coming out of turn 2 down the straight away and the group of cars begin sliding all over the track several cars were involved including Martin, Jarrett and Earnhardt to name a few bringing out the caution and sending cars to the garage area.
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Martin and Gordon both returned to the race trying to finish for the points.
But Terry Labonte blew past Ken Schrader with a lap and a half to go and he would hold off his brother Bobby to win the DieHard 500.
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((TERRY LABONTE/DIEHARD 500 WINNER: ))
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John Andretti was third, Schrader fourth and Ernie Irvan fifth.

S-Marlins


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Livan Hernandez started the game in place of injured Kevin Brown and the Marlin pitcher struck out 15 a championship series record as Florida beat Atlanta 2 to 1.
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An aerial view of Pro Player Stadium in Miami.
The Marlins took the lead in the first. Bobby Bonilla hits a line drive to center field scoring a run and Florida was on top by a score of 1 to nothing.
But the Braves would get back in the game in the top of the second Michael Tucker sends this pitch over the centerfield wall for a solo homer and the game was tied at 1 to 1.
It remained that way until the SUPER=35-Florida/2/Atlanta/1/;bottom of

the seventh Jeff Conine sends a line drive up the middle scoring Bonilla and the Marlins hold on to win it 2 to 1.
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S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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It was back to work for the Orioles and Indians at Jacobs field in Cleveland last night. And the Ball was flying out of the park like Geese heading south for the winter.
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Baltimore took a 1 to nothing lead but in the bottom of the second Sandy Alomar gets his bat on this pitch sending it over the centerfield wall for a 2 run homer and a 2 to 1 Indian lead.
But the Orioles came right back in the top of the third. First Brady Anderson smokes this pitch over the right field wall and the game was tied at 2 to 2.
Baltimore would hit 2 more in the SUPER=35-Baltimore/7/Cleveland/8/;

inning Harold Baines sending this pitch on a rope over the right field wall to make it 4 to 2 Orioles but Cleveland comes from behind in the ninth to win 8 to 7.
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Terry Labonte wins at Talladega. More later on Mornin'.

S-Golf


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-15
GRAPHIC=PGA Tour Logo


David Duval scores his first win on the P-G-A tour yesterday afternoon at the Michelob Championship in Williamsburg.
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Duvall was part of a three way playoff with Grant Waite and Duffy Waldorf.
And he made a ten foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to win the tournament.
All three golfers finished at 13 under. Before the win Duval had seven second place finishes.
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That's it for sports. Have a great day everybody.

Road-Report


ANCHOR=Eric
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WRITER=sta
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There are a few new traffic tie-ups on the roads and construction you'll want to avoid.
That's in this week's edition of Road Report.
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((V-DOT says repairs to fix the bridge over 581 on Wood Haven Road will mean some lanes will be closed along the Interstate so stay alert if you're travelling along that area this week.
Continuing construction also in Roanoke County along Route 220 traffic will be squeezed down to one lane.
VDOT will begin work to repair the northbound bridge over the Norfolk Southern Railroad tracks near the Franklin County line.
Drivers should expect some delays.
Elsewhere in the region, pre-pro
in Franklin County VDOT says a part of Route 649 will be shut down until the middle of November for construction. pre-pro
Also, in Giles County work to clean-up the debris left by a landslide continues along Route 724 continues. Have a good Columbus Day holiday tomorrow and a good work week commute!)) VDOT now says the work may take another two months.