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Coming up on News 7-
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If you don't have your state taxes in you don't have much time left- They're due in one hour.
Web Hubbell's taped phone conversations are made public.
Plus find out what Radford University is doing to crack down on underage drinking.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


And Jeff Gordon wins the pole in California-

News 7 is Next. [News-Heads]


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Coming up on News 7-
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If you don't have your state taxes in you don't have much time left- They're due in one hour.
Web Hubbell's taped phone conversations are made public.
Plus find out what Radford University is doing to crack down on underage drinking.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


And Jeff Gordon wins the pole in California-

News 7 is Next. [Newsbreak]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Good Evening.
State tax forms are due in less than two hours-
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Virginia tax forms must be postmarked before midnight- and that goes for extensions-
If you don't file and you owe, you'll pay penalties plus daily interest charges.
[SUPER=03-Buffalo, NY;]


A sherriff's deputy is charged with killing his wife at a Buffalo, New York school.
Plus prison tapes of Webster Hubbell and his wife are released. We'll hear what they're sayng.
[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]


And classic art goes up for auction in New York City- with works by Renoir, Monet and (DAY-ga) Degas.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]


Join us for News 7 at Eleven.[State-Taxes]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The 30 minute countdown is on to file your state taxes.
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Virginia tax forms must be postmarked sometime before midnight tonight to beat the deadline.
And, that goes for extensions as well, which require a special form.
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[SOT 17.06.00 - 17.06.18]
[IN Q=They should file]

((OLAF BARTHELMAI/MCLEOD AND CO.: THEY SHOULD FILE A FORM 760E AND I HOPE THEY WILL STILL GET IN WITH A STAMP BECAUSE IT'S ONLY GOOD IF THEY STAMP IT AND SENT IT IN AS OF TODAY AND IT SHOULD NORMALLY ALSO BE CERTIFIED MAIL.))
[SUPER=01-Olaf Barthelmai/McLeod and Co. Accountant]
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[OUT Q=be certified mail.]
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Barthelmai (BART-EL-MAY) says McLeod (MAC-CLOUD) and Company has already filed about 18 extensions for clients so far.
He says the only way to get around filing an extension is if you're sure you don't owe any taxes.
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[IN Q=The form of]

((OLAF BARTHELMAI/MCLEOD AND CO. ACCOUNTANT: THE FORM OF EXTENSION IS MAINLY TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU PAY YOUR TAXES ON TIME AND THE PENALTIES ARE ALL ASSESSED BASED ON THE TAX DUE. SO, IF THERE WAS NO TAX DUE THAN THE FILING OF THE FORM REALLY DOESN'T MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE.))
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[OUT Q=make any difference.]
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But, if you do owe and fail to file, you'll face monthly penalties and daily interest charges, so you should file as soon as possible.

[Hubbell]


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[*****NOTE anchor tag!!!****]
Prison recorded phone converstaions between Webester Hubbell and his wife are raising new questions-
including whether Hillary Clinotn might have overbilled legal clients.
Phil Jones has more.
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((Hubbell talked from a prison telephone to his wife Suzanne while he was serving time on charges related to marking up or overcharging legal clients.
SUZY HUBBELL: YOU DIDN'T ACTUALLY DO THAT DID YOU, MARK UP TIME FOR THE CLIENT WEB: YES I DID. SO DOES EVERY LAWYER IN THE COUNTRY. SUZY: THAT'S AN AREA WHERE HILLARY WOULD BE VULNERABLE. NOT UNLESS SHE OVERBILLED BY TIME RIGHT? WEB: NO, YOU ARE NOT LISTENING. WE ARE ON A RECORDED PHONE.

Mrs. Hubbell complained that Marsha Scott, a white house aide, was "squeezing" her to make sure Webb didn't do anything to jeopardize Mrs. Clinton, who also worked for the Rose law firm. He reassured his wife.
WEBB: I WILL NOT RAISE THOSE ALLEGATIONS THAT MIGHT OPEN IT UP TO HILLARY. AND YOU KNOW THAT.
Today Hubbell told CBS news the tapes imply no wrongdoing by Mrs. Clinton.
HUBBELL: ABSOLUTELY NOT. BECUASE I KNOW MRS. CLINTON, SHE NEVER DID ANYTHING WRONG AND I KNOW OF NO WRONG DOING. I'VE SAID THAT ALL ALONG AND I CONTINUE TO SAY THAT.))
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These phone conversations were obtained from the prison by the House oversight committee-
It claims numberous converstaions prove Hubbell isn't telling everything.

[Starr]


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Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth Starr says a President must turn over evidence- unless national security is at stake.


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Starr referred to Watergate- saying it taught the nation two valuable lessons.
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(( MR. CHERWERSKY SAID OUR CONSTITUTION WORKS. AND SECOND HE WROTE NO ONE ABSOLUTELY NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LAW.))
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Starr is hoping to prevent President Clinton from invoking executive privilege in the Monica Lewinsky investigation.[


Buffalo-Shooting]


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A Sheriff's deputy is under arrest in Buffalo, New York- charged with killing his wife at a school.
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Police say a woman was trying to get away from her husband when he fatally shot her in a Buffalo grammar school.
The man apparently followed his wife into the school office- killing her and wounding another woman.
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((I SEEN THE LADY GET OUT OF THE CAR LIKE RUNNING TOWARD THE BUILDING, RUN INTO THE BUILDING AND THE MAN RAN HE JUMPED OUT OF THE CAR AND RAN AFTER HER TOO. ))
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[OUT Q=ran after her too.]
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An eight-year old who hid says students were screaming when the man opened fire.
Police are holding the slain woman's husband-- 37-year old Juan Roman.
The father of four joined the police force in 1987.
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[Radford-Visitors]


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Radford University intends to crack down on underage drinking.
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The University has implemented a tougher alcohol policy that will go into effect this fall.
The new policy targets freshmen, under age 21, who're financially dependent on their parents.
Radford officials will notify parents of students who violate the school's alcohol policy twice or drug policy just once.
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((LAVERNE BECK/PARENT:I THINK IT'S A GOOD THING BUT ALSO IT'S A BAD THING BECAUSE YOUR KIDS WILL COME BACK TO YOU AND THINK YOU'RE INVADING THEIR PRIVACY. BRUCE BURSLIE/PARENT: I, AS A PARENT, WANT TO KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON WITH MY CHILD AND WHEN THEY'RE WAY FROM HOME YOU DON'T HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO THAT. ))
[SUPER=01-Laverne Beck/Parent; :00]
[SUPER=01-Bruce Burslie/Parent; :08]
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[OUT Q=do that.]
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The policy change grew out of a forum held in December in which students were asked what would discourage underage drinking.
The majority said notifying their parents.
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[VMI-Suit]


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A cadet who was expelled from Virginia Military Institute wants his honor- and his diploma - back.
Brian Benken was found guilty of cheating by V-M-I's honor court just days before he was supposed to graduate in 19-96.
A guilty verdict from the honor court means you're kicked out of school.
Today, Benken filed a suit in federal court, saying there was not enough evidence to prove he cheated.

He's suing for his diploma and 40-thousand dollars.[E-coli]


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Local health departments are warning consumers to regard ALL ground beef as potentially contaminated with E-coli, and cook it thoroughly.
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The U-S Food and Drug Administration sent an E-coli alert today to Virginia Health Departments after the nation's biggest meat packing company recalled over 250-thousand pounds of beef earlier this week.
So far the Roanoke, Alleghany and New River Valley Health Departments have not received any reports of people getting sick from eating meat.
I-B-P shipped the beef in question to 21 states including Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina.
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Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey

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Tobacco workers are fighting back, rallying against the proposed tobacco settlement,
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And
Lynchburg is still trying to recover from a March train derailment.
We'll have details up next.
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[Tobacco-Workers]


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Tobacco workers and union members are launching a new program called "Save Our Jobs, Save Our Community."
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About 150 people gathered in front of the Philip Morris plant in Richmond today to rally AGAINST the proposed tobacco settlement.
They say the bill will take money AND jobs away from tobacco companies.
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((SUSAN MARTIN/GILES CO. CELCO PLANT: WE'RE REALLY CONCERNED BECAUSE OUR COMMUNITY IN GILES COUNTY IS SMALL, AND CELANESE IS THE ONLY THING KEEPING THE COMMUNITY. AND IF CONGRESS WINS BY BRINGING DOWN PHILIP MORRIS OR R.J. REYNOLDS OR ANY OF THE TOBACCO COMPANIES, THEN WE'LL BE DEVASTATED. OUR COMMUNITY WILL BE WIPED OUT.))
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[OUT Q=will be wiped out]
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Proponents of the tobacco settlement say it will curb youth smoking.

[Train-Derailment]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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650-thousand dollars. That's how much Lynchburg estimates it lost in equipment and man-hours when two Norfolk Southern trains collided and caught fire there a month ago.
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The fire destroyed the city's salt storage building, 17-hundred tons of chemicals and all of Lynchburg's snow removal equipment.
The city also estimates it spent close to 80-thousand dollars in emergency and personnel costs.
That bill will be sent on to Norfolk Southern next week.
The railroad has agreed to compensate the city and nearby business owners for their losses.
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[81-Wreck]


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Traffic on Interstate 81 near Salem is moving along again after a couple of accidents this afternoon.
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Traffic in the southbound lanes slowed to a crawl for more than three hours, after a sport utility vehicle towing a horse trailer overturned.
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((TROOPER G.K. HARTH/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: AN ACCIDENT AHEAD AT THE 139 HAD TRAFFIC SLOWING DOWN, AND THE LADY DRIVING THIS VEHICLE CAME UP ON THAT SLOWED TRAFFIC AND LOST CONTROL OF HER VEHICLE DUE TO THE WEIGHT, PUSHING HER OFF THE ROAD.))
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[OUT Q=off the road.]
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Veterinarians had to tend to the horses injuries-- no word on how serious they were.
An elderly woman in the accident down the road was taken to the hospital-- It's not believed her injuries were life-threatening.
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[3-Roanoke-Council]


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Bill Bestpitch and Joe Nash may be the underdogs in the Roanoke City Council race, but the two independents believe that many Roanokers share their concern about city government.
Tonight, Joe Dashiell concludes our election preview.
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((Bill Bestpitch and Joe Nash aren't running as a team, but the two independents in the Roanoke City Council race share many of the same ideas about the campaign and the concerns of city residents.
Bestpitch first appeared in the public arena as an advocate for a ward system. Though opponents prevailed in last year's referendum, Bestpitch says the vote persuaded him that many Roanokers share his concern for the way city council operates.
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IN Q=I think there are very many people

((BILL BESTPITCH/I- CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: I THINK THERE ARE VERY MANY PEOPLE IN THE CITY OF ROANOKE RIGHT NOW WHO FEEL LIKE CITY COUNCIL DOESN'T LISTEN TO THEM, IS NOT REALLY UNDERSTANDING THEIR CONCERNS, NOT RESPONDING WELL, ESPECIALLY AROUND THE AREAS OF FLOOD CONTROL AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE NEIGHBORHOODS.)) [RUNS:14]
[OUT Q=to the neighborhoods.]


Neighborhoods are also a focus for Nash, who is making his second bid for a seat on city council. He helped organized neighbors when a drug dealer moved in down the street. And he believes the city can do a better job of addressing neighborhood concerns.
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[IN Q=There's pretty good sized segments]

((JOE NASH/I- CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: THERE'S PRETTY GOOD SIZE SEGMENTS OF THE POPULATION THAT HAVE BEEN IGNORED. THERE'S A LOT OF NEIGHBORHOODS THAT HAVE BEEN PUT ON THE BACK BURNER. A LOT OF INFRASTRUCTURE PROBLEMS THAT HAVEN'T BEEN DEALT WITH. ANY MORE IT SEEMS IT'S MANAGEMENT OF CRISIS. THERE'S VERY LITTLE PROACTIVE MANAGEMENT IN THE CITY.)) [RUNS:17]
[OUT Q=proactive management in the city.]


As independent challengers both Nash and Bestpitch admit their campaigns are viewed as a long shot... But they insist they will have a good shot when voters head to the polls on Tuesday.

Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))[VA-Unemployment]


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Another successful month for Virginia's unemployment rate.
The figure is March's lowest rate in 29 years at three-point two percent.
The rate was down from four percent for the same month last year, and lower than the five percent March unemployment nationwide.

[Tease2]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A Monet or Renior could be yours, for the right price,
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Plus,
Some Pittsylvania County youngsters are showing their farming skills.
We'll take you to the Danville Area Junior Livestock Show when News 7 at 11 returns.
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[Science-Museum]


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The textile industry is crucial to the South's economy.
Now there's a way young people can learn all about it.
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"Stitches to Britches" is a new exhibit at the Danville Science Museum.
It opens tomorrow... but these kindergartners got a sneak preview of the exhibit today.
Kids and their parents can look at tiny fibers through a microscope... or learn to weave on a loom.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Stitches to Britches is a ]

((GINNY LAUBINGER:STITCHES TO BRITCHES IS AN EXHIBIT THAT FOCUSES ON THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY BUT MORE THAN THAT IT ACTUALLY STARTS WITH COTTON, WOOL, RAYON, AND PERHAPS EVEN SYNTHETIC FIBERS AND TAKES IT THROUGH THE ENTIRE PROCESS FROM THE SPINNING TO THE WEAVING AND DYEING AND CUTTING THE PATTERNS.. THE WHOLE THINGS TO THE FINAL CLOTHING THAT YOU AND I WEAR.))
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[OUT Q=you and I wear.]
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"Stitches to Britches" is sponsored by Dan River Incorporated and runs through September 14th.
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[Livestock-Show]


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Hard work pays off for young farmers in Pittsylvania County.
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Dozens of kids showed their animals today at the 50th annual Danville Area Junior Livestock Show.
They spent months raising hogs, heffers, lambs, and steers.
These children paraded their lambs in front of the judges this afternoon.
Organizers say the show teaches kids life lessons such as financial responsibility.
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[SOT 1:50:39-:54]
[IN Q=It costs them money]

((STEVE BRITT: IT COSTS THEM MONEY TO BE IN THIS PROJECT SOME OF THEM HAVE TO MAKE LOANS... AS FAR AS LIVESTOCK OWNERS WILL HELP THEM BUT THEY LEARN THAT THEY HAVE BILLS AND THEY HAVE TO PAY THEM AND SO THEY LEARN ECONOMICS.))
[SUPER=01-Steve Britt/Virginia Cooperative Extension;]
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[OUT Q=so they learn economic.]
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The prize winning animals were then sold tonight at a livestock sale.
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[2 shot-toss to Robin][Almanac]


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Since the beginning of the year, precpitation totals have been record setting. Now we start off the month of May with more than an inch of rain in under an hour. Here's what we might normally expect in our almanac.
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Jeff Gordon wins the pole at California fines and suspensions following last nights brawl between Miami and New York and the Barbers tee it up at Hanging Rock.
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But first our extra point. The Eagles of G.W. Danville are trying to successfully defend their Western District Title.
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The Eagles are 7 and 2 overall and 3 and 1 in the district. But repeating ands staying on top down the stretch may not be that easy because the pitching in the league is so tought this season.
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[S-Hornets]


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The Charlotte Hornets have advanced to the second round of the N-B-A playoffs. Anthony Mason scored 28 as the Hornets beat Atlanta 91 to 82.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/TNT SPORTS; :00]


Christian Laetner returns to the floor after a time out.
The Hawks take it inside to Dikembe Mutombo who hits the jump hook to tie the game at 72 to 72.
Atlanta comes back David Wesley steps outside and hits the jumper and the Hornets took a 2 point lead.
after a tie at 74 Mason would score Charlotte's
[SUPER=32-Charlotte/91/Atlanta/82/;]

next 8 points he takes it inside for the layup and the Hornets win 91 to 82 and capture the series 3 games to one.

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Last night's fight at the end of the Miami New York game has resulted in Fines and suspensions.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Miami, FL/TNT SPORTS; :]


With just over a second left in the game Alonzo Mourning and Larry Johnson started throwing punches at each other. Johnson and Chris Mills of Knicks will miss Sunday's fifth and deciding game in New York and and so will Mourning.
Johnson and Mourning will miss two games and Mills only one. All three players have been fined, Morning 20-thousand, Johnson 10 thousand and Mills 25 hundred dollars.
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[S-Scores]


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[VO-NAT]
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In Chicago, Mark McGwire hit his 12-th homer but it was not enough as the Cubs beat the Cardinals 6 to 5. Now here's the rest of the scores from tonights pro action.
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[Sports Tease]


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And coming up, Jeff Gordon wins the pole at California Ward Burton will have a top 10 spot.
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[VO-NAT]


And the Barbers, Tiki and Ronde teed it up for charity this afternoon at Hanging Rock.

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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Jeff Gordon won his first pole of the season today. Gordon turned in a lap of 181 point 772 miles per hour and will start up front in Sunday's California 500 at Fontana, California.
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[IN Q="When we....]
[SUPER=01-Jeff Gordon/California 500 Pole Winner; :]
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[SUPER=03-Fontana, CA/ESPN2; :]


Meantime, South Boston's Ward burton turned in a speed of 179 point 435 and will start from the 8-th position.
Now, here's a look at the top 25.
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[SUPER=0107-6. Joe Nemechek//7. Bobby Labonte//8. Ward Burton//9. Terry Labonte//10. Morgan Shepherd//;]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Darrell Waltrip//12. Bill Elliott//13. Kevin Lepage//14. Sterling Marlin//15. Ken Schrader//;]
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Golfers avoided the rain at Hanging Rock golf club for the annual Young Life Golf Tournament today.
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New York Giant running back Tiki Barber and his twin brother
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Ronde; a Tampa Bay Buccaneer defensive back; came out for the event. Steve Mason has more.
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((The ninth annual Young Life golf tournament began much like past events; 31 teams with 4 players; captains choice; a shot gun start [NAT SOUND}]
But an NFL demension was added. Tiki and Ronde Barber took turns cutting up the fine turf with their clubs...not with their lighting fast feet. The pair was happy to involve Steve Spangler; their high school coach, in the good natured ribbing. ((TIKI:)) ((SPANGLER:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((RONDE:)) ((ZEGARSKI:))
the goals of the one day event; which is enjoying it's 7th straight at the scenic Hanging Rock Club, is two fold; generate around 10 thousand dollars for the Christina based Young Life oragnization; and spread it's awareness. ((:)) ((:)) Each team paid 300 dollars to play; butt it was clear; the fun and fellowship was well worth it. In Salem; Steve Mason

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Pieces of art history are going on the auction block in New York.
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Christie's auction house will hold its first ever combined sale of Impressionist and 19th Century art.
Forty-six works by artists such as Vincent van Gogh, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, and Edgar (DAY-Ga) Degas are expected to bring in an estimated 67 to 68 million dollars in the two night sessions next week.
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