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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Andrew Freiden
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It Sunday March 1-st. And Welcome to New-7 Sunday Morning. There's lots of news and sports ahead, but first let's get a peek at the weather.
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One man is dead and a sherriff's deputy injured after a shootout in Botetourt County.
Sherriff Reid Kelly says it happened around three this morning.
Botetourt County deputy Ernest Spiva (Spy-va) pulled a pick-up truck over on Hardbarger Road under suspicion of drunk driving.
He called for backup and during the investigation the driver-- 28-year old Leonard Brent Jenkins of Buchanan-- pulled out a nine milli-meter pistol and fired three shots.
Deputy Spiva was hit twice in the chest.
He was wearing his protective vest and was only bruised by the bullets.
Deputy Greg Hepler fired one shot, killing Jenkins.
Sherriff Kelley called the incident "a completely justifiable shooting."

State Police are investigating.11-Stanley


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A shooting in Henry County leaves one man dead and his brother charged with murder.
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Police found Scott Alexander Stanley of Rocky Mount dead in his brother's home last night--apparently shot several times.
Authorities believe an argument between Scott and his brother Jason Brent Stanley may have led to the shooting.
Police arrested Jason and charged him with second degree murder.
Police also searched the home, seizing 596-gallons of moonshine, and two vans allegedly used to transport illegal whiskey.
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This family has a history of run-ins with the law.
The shooting victim's father, "Dee" Stanley, has been arrested a number of times for making moonshine in Franklin County.
And a year ago Dee was charged with shooting his son, Scott.
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But the charges were dropped when Scott could not identify his

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Kissing, but nothing else is the latest in the alleged sex scandal involving President Clinton and a White House intern.
The President is on his way back to Washington, after a winter vacation with his family in Utah.
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But the talk of the alleged sex scandal with Monica Lewinsky continues despite Clinton's absence from Washington.
Lewinsky's attorney, William Ginsburg, says he's not buying a report that says the administration is prepared to admit to a "kissing" relationship between the President and Lewinsky.
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Ginsburg also reiterated that he's not heard from Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr for three weeks, and has no idea when Starr plans to take Lewinsky's testimony.
The White House has not confirmed or denied "the kissing report."
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A three-seat sweep of the at-large council seats in Lynchburg left Republicans in control four years ago.
But, this year's elections could threaten the G-O-P power base.
Steve Smallshaw has more.
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(( With incumbents Bill McRorie and Bob Davenport stepping down, Lynchburg Republicans have recruited three new candidates to take their place.
Kevin Clauson lost the nomination by a single vote two years ago, Schaefer Oglesby lost an Independent bid for council in 1978.. financial consultant Jeff Helgeson is the only political newcomer.
All three made the same promise.
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The theme of this mass meeting was local Republicans don't have to apologize for being conservative.
The Lynchburg GOP has taken some heat recently for comments Mayor Jim Whitaker made in his State of the City speech last week.
Whitaker used that venue to praise city council's Republican majority, and urge voters to elect more conservatives in May.
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((WENDELL WALKER/LYNCHBURG REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN: SO I GUESS THE QUESTION IS WHAT IS WRONG WITH BEING A CONSERVATIVE? WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE SPEECH BY THE MAYOR RECOGNIZING THE FACT THAT CONSERVATIVES DO PRODUCE?)) RUNS:10
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Lynchburg Democrats do "not" nominate candidates for city council, but three of their party members ARE running as Independents.
At least three other candidates will be on the ballot in May.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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There are a few things to look forward to in March-- Daylight saving time, College Basketball tournament time, and of course, the best kite-flying weather of the year.
What should you expect this month? Here's the Almanac.
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This is a basketball fan's favorite season.
The second season--tournament time.
Roy Stanley is here with all the college action.
Good Morning Roy.
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Stress is an emotional and physical condition that occurs when we experience change.
The levels of stress can vary causing many health problems.
Tonya Flory reports.
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(( In today's culture -- stress is a common problem due to finances, family obligations and job headaches.
Stress has many symptoms -- some of which can be deceiving.
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((ANGIE GUNTHER/HEALTH EDUCATOR:STRESS IS ASSOCIATED WITH MANY MEDICAL CONDITIONS SUCH AS HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, HEART DISEASE, ULCERS, IT'S EVEN BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH MORE FREQUENT ACCIDENTS.)) RUNS:14
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The body reacts in many ways that eventually begin to wear and tear on internal muscles and organs.
The degree to which it affects your health often depends on how well you cope with it.
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((ANGIE GUNTHER/HEALTH EDUCATOR:PEOPLE WHO ARE KNOWN AS SWALLOWERS WANT IMMEDIATE RELIEF FROM STRESS, USING ALCOHOL, EATING, DRINKING COFFEE, SMOKING.EVEN PEOPLE USE THAT TO SAY THEY RELIEVE STRESS.)) RUNS:22
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That method only masks the symptoms and the results are temporary.
The most healthy way to deal with stress and actually provide relief is through soothing it with physical activity.
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((ANGIE GUNTHER/HEALTH EDUCATOR:THE NUMBER ONE METHOD WOULD BE USING EXERCISE, EXERCISE DOES RELEASE ENDORPHINS WHICH IS A NATURAL TRANQUILIZER SO THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST WAYS, TO TALK IT OUT TO USE YOUR SOCIAL SUPPORT AND TALK OUT YOUR PROBLEMS.)) RUNS:20
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Muscles relaxation or meditation are also recommended stress relievers.
New research finds stress can make a person more vulnerable to serious illnesses like cancer and heart disease. Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check.))




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Here's a look at today's top stories.
One man is dead after an early morning traffic stop in Botetourt County turned into a shootout.
Authorities say a truck driven by Leonard Brent Jenkins was pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving.
Jenkins fired three shots at Officer Ernest Spiva (Spy-va). He was wearing his protective vest and was not seriously injured.
Deputy Greg Hepler returned fire- killing Jenkins.
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A Henry County man is charged with murdering his brother Friday night.
Jason Brent Stanley allegedly shot his brother Scott Alexander Stanley several times. Police believe the shooting may have been sparked by an argument between the brothers.
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A single-engine plane crash at an Australian airshow killed the plane's pilot, but did not injure any spectators.
The plane was making a low-level pass when it suddenly plunged to the ground.
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And that's what's making news on this Sunday March 1-st.
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L'burgFire-Reel


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It was called the worst fire to ever hit the City of Lynchburg.
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David Seidel takes us back to 1975 in this week's edition of Virginia Newsreel.
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((The blaze started around 10:30 on the night of the 25-th.
By dawn on the 26-th, two firemen were dead, four were hurt and four buildings were smoking shells.
The fire apparently started in the basement of Downtown Sounds, a record store on Main Street, and spread to Smith Studio, the Lynchburg Coin and Stamp Shop and a vacant building.
Then an explosion in Smith Studio knocked a wall onto the roof of the coin shop.
It gave way, killing firefighters E.D. Stewart and R.H. Evans and injuring several others.
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Every firefighter in the city fought the blaze and the rubble continued to flare up well in the morning of the 26-th.
The owner of the coin shop lost everything.
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((I'VE HAD A LOSS BUT MY LOSS IS NOT NEAR AS GREAT AS THE DEATHS OF THE TWO FIREMEN.)) RUNS:09
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That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm David Seidel, News 7.))




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The Radford men's team captures the Big South Tournament title and gains its first ever N-C-Double-A tournament bid.
The Liberty women remain undefeated, scoring back to back conference titles and national tournament bids.
Now here are the scores.
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A web site is offering business owners some cost-cutting ideas.
And, if you're a pet lover but live in an apartment complex that doesn't allow them, there's an alternative on-line.
Eric Earnhart has more in this week's WebWatch.
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intro RUNS:05 (( If you have a business, and a computer, then you have access to the Smart Business Supersite.
Check out the hot tips of the day, or search for the topic you need...such as, communication...
Learn how to write better letters, how to be more believable...or how to compare telephone costs... that might save you some cash.
There's also a people finder, to help you locate consultants and experts in your field.

If you're looking for a home in another city, let Homescout look for you... Type in the city, state, price and type of property you're looking for and homescout searches real estate listings, and gives you the results.

If you've ever wondered about copyright law... like, is it really ok to make a copy of that movie you rented?
At the copyright website, you can learn about copyright infringement, and how to protect your own work and ideas.
Ask a question in the online forum, and learn about the evolving issues concerning internet and software copyrights.
The site is operated by copyright attorney Benidict O'Mahoney... so don't reprint any of this stuff without permission, ok?
Want a dog? No room? These guys live on your computer desktop. At the Virtual Dog site, visit the pound and pick out your new pet.
He lives in an on-line house, where you see how well you can take care of him. It's also sort of a contest, keep your dog happy, and win awards.
For links to all these sites, visit the webwatch page on the WDBJ website, at WDBJ7-dot-COM.
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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Andrew Freiden
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It's (time) on Sunday March 1. Welcome back to News-7 Sunday morning.
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Fifteen people are hurt this morning after a bus was hit by a train.
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Police in Sinton Texas say a school bus crossed a set of tracks while the warning bell was ringing and warning lights were flashing.
A Union Pacific train hit the end of the bus sending it spinning.
Authorities say none of the injuries are life threatening.
The bus was carrying a high school track team home when the accident happened.

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A plane crash during an airshow in Southeastern Australia killed one man.
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Hundreds watched, including the pilot's family as the bushfire fighting water bomber hurtled onto the runway.
The 42-year-old pilot was killed instantly.
He was making a low level pass over the city's airport when the crash happened.
No spectators were injured.
The pilot flew similar planes in last year's battle against bushfires in Indonesia.
The accident is under investigation.
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One man is dead and a sherriff's deputy injured after a shootout in Botetourt County.
Sherriff Reid Kelly says it happened around three this morning.
Botetourt County deputy Ernest Spiva (Spy-va) pulled a pick-up truck over on Hardbarger Road under suspicion of drunk driving.
He called for backup and during the investigation the driver-- 28-year old Leonard Brent Jenkins of Buchanan-- pulled out a nine milli-meter pistol and fired three shots.
Deputy Spiva was hit twice in the chest.
He was wearing his protective vest and was only bruised by the bullets.
Deputy Greg Hepler fired one shot, killing Jenkins.
Sherriff Kelley called the incident "a completely justifiable shooting."

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A shooting in Henry County leaves one man dead and his brother charged with murder.
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Police found Scott Alexander Stanley of Rocky Mount dead in his brother's home last night--apparently shot several times.
Authorities believe an argument between Scott and his brother Jason Brent Stanley may have led to the shooting.
Police arrested Jason and charged him with second degree murder.
Police also searched the home, seizing 596-gallons of moonshine, and two vans allegedly used to transport illegal whiskey.
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This family has a history of run-ins with the law.
The shooting victim's father, "Dee" Stanley, has been arrested a number of times for making moonshine in Franklin County.
And a year ago Dee was charged with shooting his son, Scott.
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But the charges were dropped when Scott could not identify his

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According to the U-S Department of Health and Human Services nearly half of teen-agers 18 and younger who light up a cigarette continue the habit on a daily basis.
A group in Montgomery County is hoping to convince youngsters in the Commonwealth to say no to smoking.
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The program is called Teens Against Tobacco Use, or TATU (tattoo).
It's part of the Breathin' Easy Coalition which relies on older students to tell younger ones about the dangers of smoking.
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The program started in 19-88.
Its goal is to significantly reduce the number of young smokers by the year 2000.
In 19-91 the percentage of high school smokers went up from 28 to 35 percent nationwide.
And, if the current trend continues it's estimated that five-million people 18 and younger will die early from a smoking-related disease.

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It was an all-out brawl.
They kicked their pals.
They punched their buddies.
And the crowd that gathered around did nothing to stop them.
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That's because the group of Botetourt County Kickboxers was raising money to fight Muscular Dystrophy.
The bruisers were part of "Muscles in Motion" --
A day-long fundraiser at Tanglewood Mall.
It featured a number of local performing groups.
All there to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association spread awareness about a debilitating disease.
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((TANYA HIGH-BROOKS/MDA PROGRAM SERVICES COOR.; ONE OF THE MAIN FOCUSES FOR US IS HELPING THOSE PEOPLE WHO LOSE THEIR MUSCLES TO NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE. THAT'S MDA'S FOCUS AND THESE PEOPLE ARE USING THEIR MUSCLES TO HELP OUT THOSE WHO CAN'T.))
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This was the second year for the "Muscles in Motion" fundraiser.
Organizers say all the money will go to local patients and families battling Muscular Dystrophy.
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Making profits from the billions in Western investments now flowing through formerly communist Russia, young and newly wealthy Muscovites are strutting their capitalist stuff.
That's one of the stories you'll see tonight on 60-Minutes.
Here's Morley Safer.
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You can see that story and more tonight at Seven here on your hometown station.

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In sports, area high school teams are making the journey to state titles.
And some are coming home with the prize.
Roy Stanley has the details.
Good morning again, Roy.
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His business is all about helping OTHER businesses grow.
And for the past twelve months, Lynchburg entrepreneur Claude Gunn has been doing just that.. with an eye towards helping minority business owners get their start.
Steve Smallshaw takes us inside the Hill City Renaissance Center, in this week's "Virginia Profile".
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Since its startup a year ago, Claude Gunn's Hill City Renaissance Center has certainly been going in the right direction.
Twelve tenants, most of them minority- owned businesses, now occupy portions of the old Lynchburg Foundry office building in the Lower Basin. There are other minority business incubators like this in the U.S.-- this is the only one to start up without any financial help from the government.
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((CLAUDE GUNN: AND THAT'S WHAT WE REALLY HOPE TO DO WITH THE CENTER IS THAT WE HOPE TO HELP THESE `MOM AND POP'S' THAT WANT TO START UP.)) RUNS:09
OUT Q=to start up.
natsot 9:56:48

((THE FIRST THING YOU SEE ON YOUR SCREEN ARE NAMES WITH LITTLE D-I-R'S BESIDE THEM. THEY'RE CALLED SUB- DIRECTORIES AND IT'S THE WAY WE ORGANIZE THE DATA THAT'S ON YOUR COMPUTER.)) RUNS:09
OUT Q=on your computer.


Twice a week, the center also offers computer literacy classes.
Alongside their parents, inner city children are learning the basics of computer applications.
Instructor Jim Henderson teaches the classes in exchange for free office space.. the idea is to provide his students with the skills they'll need to compete in a high- tech job marketplace.
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SOT 9:40:46
IN Q=Claude's mission

((JIM HENDERSON/COMPUTER TEACHER: CLAUDE'S MISSION AND MY MISSION AS HIS DISCIPLE IS TO FIND WHAT'S MEANINGFUL TO PEOPLE, WHAT CAN PEOPLE TAKE OUT IN THE WORLD AND USE AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THIS LIFE.)) RUNS:11
OUT Q=in this life.
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((Eventually, Claude Gunn would like to expand the computer classes into about 25 of the Lynchburg area's black churches.. allowing members there to take part in this high- tech revolution. Coupled with the business incubator, Gunn hopes to start making an impact on the central Virginia business world.)) RUNS:16
OUT Q=business world.
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IN Q=I see the

((CLAUDE GUNN/HCRC DIRECTOR: I SEE THE HILL CITY RENAISSANCE CENTER AS A FOCAL POINT, AS A BEACON, NOT JUST FOR THE RIVERFRONT, NOT JUST THE MINORITY COMMUNITY.)) RUNS:11
OUT Q=minority community.


His students and tenants will tell you he's already there.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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***Anchor Tag***
Sports fans may not care how Salem became the haven for division three college sports championships....they probably just enjoy the action.
One man was instrumental in bringing those sports competitions to the valley.
Dan Wooldridge has spent his lifetime either on a court or field.
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IN Q=DIVISION ONE

((DAN WOOLDRIDGE/RETIRED ODAC COMMISSIONER: DIVISION ONE OFFICIALS USED TO REFEREE ALL THE DIVISION THREE CHAMPIONSHIPS BOTH FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL. I ALWAYS FELT DIVISION THREE OFFICIALS SHOULD GET TO REFEREE THE DIVISION THREE CHAMPIONSHIPS. SO IN 1988 WE TOOK A CREW TO PHOENIX CITY, ALABAMA TO WORK THE GAME. )) RUNS:30
OUT Q=


It doesn't seen right just to title Dan Wooldridge as the retired commissioner of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.
Though he held that job for more than 20 years and was the conference's first commissioner.
Wooldridge has also worn the hat of the Big East Conference's head official.
Not to mention his community service with the Rotary Club.
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SOT 7:38:46
IN Q=I THOUGHT

((I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE GREAT TO HAVE ALL THE TEAMS AND PARENTS AT ONE LOCATION SO THEY STARTED IN 1980 AND THIS IS THE 18TH SEASON THAT THE ROTARY CLUB HAS SPONSORED IT. THE CLUB HAS MADE SOMEWHERE BETWEEN 175-200,000 DOLLARS THAT THEY'VE GIVEN BACK TO THE COMMUNITY AND THE CONFERENCE HAS MADE 85-90,000 DOLLARS.)) RUNS:30
OUT Q=85-90,000 dOLLARS


Wooldridge has spent years in the midst of the sports action both as a player and referee.
His committment with the Big East conference ended when the last whistle was blown in January's Bowl games.
Now you'll find him on the sidelines of the ODAC basketball tournament.
He had BOTH knees replaced in January, but the surgery hasn't sidelined this official.
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SOT 7:37:20
IN Q=NO I DON'T THINK

((NO I DON'T THINK I'LL REFEREE ANYMORE BUT I'M GOING TO STAY INVOLVED. I WANT TO GET MY KNEES COMPLETELY HEALED. SOMETIME AROUND THE FIRST OF JUNE I'LL MAKE A DECISION. I'VE BEEN OFFERED A POSITION WITH THE NFL TO SCOUT POTENTIAL OFFICIALS.)) RUNS:15
OUT Q=POTENTIAL OFFICIALS

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SS none
Or Wooldridge says he may help work with another conference or get back into coaching.
Golf is a definite.
But whatever he decides to do with his RETIREMENT, he says after more than

forty years he can't just hang up his cleats.2-Scores


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Gamblers are betting on a different game today in Las Vegas.
It's the Vegas 400 and the field is set.
Take a look at how the drivers stack up.
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Rusty Wallace;
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Petty//15. Jeff Burton;
SUPER=X5009
SUPER=107-16. Johnny Benson//17. Chad Little//18. Ernie Irvan//19. Ricky

Rudd//20. Robert Pressley;
SUPER=X5009
SUPER=107-21. Sterling Marlin//22. Greg Sacks//23. Ted Musgrave//24. Brett

Bodine//25. Wally Dallenbach;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-26. Dale Earnhardt/164.860/27. Darrell Waltrip//28. Terry

Labonte//29. Jimmy Spencer//30. John Andretti//;
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SUPER=0107-31. Jeff Green//32. Jeremy Mayfield//33. David Green//34. Mike

Skinner//35. Kevin LePage//;
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Irwin/Prov./39. Ricky Craven/Prov./40. Steve Grissom/Prov./;
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You can wake up with News-7 all week long
Here' Steve Pardon with a look ahead.
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New-Plane


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Finally this morning, it's definately not your average remote-control plane.
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5:32:35
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The air force unveiled it's newest airplane yesterday.
The Global Hawk is an unmanned surveillance plane.
It can fly up to 14,000 miles on a tank of gas and uses satellites and ground controllers for guidance.

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Monday:

SUPER=130-11/Chase Morrison/Roanoke;



SUPER=130-2/Christopher Thompson/Buchanan;



SUPER=130-50/Barry Sutphin/Pilot;



SUPER=130-36/Leeanna Brown/Pearisburg;



SUPER=130-7/Maria Redd/Collinsville;



SUPER=130-71/Mary Rucker/Hollins;



SUPER=130-2/Clay Linkous/Rocky Mount;



SUPER=130-9/David Martin/Martinsville;



SUPER=130-8/Trip Green/Phenix;


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(Anniversary)
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