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Up next on News 7 at Six, a Roanoke County traffic accident sends a three-year old and four teens to the hospital...
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[VO-NAT]


And re-enactors re-live World War II in Vinton, marking the 54th anniversary of D-Day.
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[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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A photo finish at the Belmont Stakes The Bulls tie the N-B-A finals with the Jazz.
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[VO-NAT]


And Jeff Gordon thanks his team for putting him on the pole for tonights Pontiac Excitement 400 at Richmond.
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[TALENT=Andrew]
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Get out the blankets-- Near record lows tonight.
The sun reappears tomorrow, but it'll stay cool.
Details coming up.

[Roanoke-Ax]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=6p]
[WRITER=djo]
[TAPE#=98-39; 49:01]
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Rescue workers rushed a three year old and four Vinton teenagers to the hospital following a traffic accident in Roanoke County earlier this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]


The accident happened at the corner of Washington Street and Spring Grove.
According to police the driver of a Ford Bronco, a 17 year old, failed to yield to oncoming traffic.
A car, carrying a toddler, then hit the truck causing it to flip.
A second truck then slammed into the Bronco.
The youngsters were all treated for minor injuries and released from Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The teen driver of the Bronco was charged with wreckless driving.
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[Rockbridge-Ax]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Another accident along Route 11 in Rockbridge County last night left one woman dead.
State Police say the driver-- 50 year old Josephine Anne Branham-- died when her vehicle ran off the left shoulder of the road, hit an embankment and overturned.
It happened about 10 last night.
Investigators still don't know what caused the accident.

[Boucher]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Democrat Rick Boucher is looking forward to his ninth campaign for Congress.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Norton]


Boucher was renominated without opposition for another term in the House of Representatives today, at the Ninth District Democratic Convention in Wise County.
Boucher's opponent in the fall will be Republican Joe Barta, a Radford eye doctor.
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[Bowers]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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[GRAPHIC=David Bowers]


Sixth District Democrats declared their nominee earlier this week.
While Roanoke Mayor David Bowers may be the underdog in his fight against Republican Congressman Bob Goodlatte, the chairman of the State Democratic Party says a return to the basics will help the Democrats win.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Tuesday;]


Sixth District Democrats kicked off their congressional campaign on Tuesday with a rally at the City Market Building in Roanoke.
Ken Plum is a state Delegate from Fairfax County who has served as party chairman for just two months. He says Bowers is a viable candidate, who will make it a good fight.
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[SOT UB 16:22:57]
[IN Q=What we'll do in the Sixth District]

((DEL. KEN PLUM/STATE DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN: WHAT WE'LL DO IN THE SIXTH DISTRICT IS WHAT WE'RE PLANNING TO DO NOW IN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. WE'RE GOING BACK TO THE GRASS ROOTS. WE'RE GOING HOUSE TO HOUSE, NEIGHBORHOOD TO NEIGHBORHOOD AND TALKING TO PEOPLE ONE ON ONE. THAT'S WHEN YOU FIND OUT WHAT PEOPLE ARE REALLY THINKING AND THAT'S HOW YOU REALLY GET PEOPLE'S VOTES. IT'S GRASS ROOTS, GOOD OLD BASIC DEMOCRATIC POLITICS.))
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[OUT Q=basic Democratic politics.]
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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Roanoke Republican Bob Goodlatte is seeking his fourth term in Congress.

[WWII-Re-Enactors]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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[WRITER=djo]
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Today marks the 54th anniversary of D-Day.
And, in honor of the occasion, World War II re-enactors set up a display at the Vinton War Memorial.
As David Johnson explains, the event brought back memories for many former soldiers.
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[IN Q=Equipment used]
[SUPER=03-Vinton; 06]
[SUPER=01-Kenneth Johnson/World War II Veteran; :23]
[SUPER=01-Dave Gilmer/World War II Re-enactor; :42]
[SUPER=01-Mike Butler/World War II Re-enactor; :57]
[SUPER=01-Carter Fisher/World War II Veteran; 1:11]
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[OUT Q=News 7, Vinton.]


Equipment used by American and German soldiers during World War II was on display at the Vinton War Memorial.
Everything from guns, grenades and gas masks to survival kits and temporary living quarters.
Most were authentic items.
Even the uniforms were exact replicas.
Some veterans even brought their collection of memorabilia to share in reliving the times.
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((KENNETH JOHNSON/WORLD WAR II VETERAN; THIS IS JUST A MEMORY TO MAKE PEOPLE KNOW WHAT WENT ON AT THIS TIME.))
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[OUT Q=AT THIS TIME.]


That was part of the plan as well as increasing the visibility of the Bedford D-Day Memorial.
It's something the re-enactors do annually.
Not because they're obligated to, but because of their interest in bringing a part of history to life.
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[IN Q=THINGS THAT GO]

((DAVE GILBERT/WORLD WAR II RE-ENACTOR; THINGS THAT GO BEYOND WHAT YOU WOULD READ IN A BOOK. THE DUST IN YOUR MOUTH FROM MARCHING ON A DIRT ROAD. THE WEIGHT OF EQUIPMENT WHEN YOU RUN UP A HILL.)) ((MIKE BUTLER/WORLD WAR II RE-ENACTOR; I'VE ALWAYS ENJOYED THE HISTORY AND IT'S JUST A WAY TO EXPERIENCE SOME OF THE THINGS THAT YOU READ ABOUT.))
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Veterans didn't have to read about it. They were there in Normandy, France.
But they said being remembered made them feel appreciated.
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[IN Q=WHEN YOU LOOK]

((CARTER FISHER/WORLD WAR II VETERAN; WHEN YOU LOOK BACK ON IT, OF COURSE WE WERE ALL YOUNG AND DIDN'T KNOW WHAT WE WERE GOING TO GET INTO. BUT WE WERE MUCH BETTER OFF THAN WITH WHAT THESE POOR FELLOWS HAD TO GO ON SHORE WITH. WE ALWAYS HAVE RESPECT FOR THEM.))
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[OUT Q=FOR THEM.]


This display was particularly for the 29th Infantry which included many local soldiers.
David Johnson, News 7, Vinton.[Tease#1]

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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Straight ahead--Roanoke joins the rest of the country in celebrating its local trails.
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[VO-NAT]


And, residents in another part of the star city honor those who came before them.
We'll have both of those stories in a few minutes.
But, first let's get a check on our weekend weather with Andrew Freiden.
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A court date has been set in a case involving Giles County Supervisor Bobby Williams.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Giles Co./February 19;]


Williams, shown here at a supervisors' meeting in February, is facing charges related to an illegally taped phone conversation.
He attempted suicide the day the grand jury returned the indictment.
A jury is expected to hear the case September 18th.
Yesterday, the judge said he would consider the request from Williams' attorney to have the case moved out of Giles County.
The judge also ruled Williams' case would be heard separate from the other three defendants charged in the case.
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[Congress-Votes]


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The House of Representatives this week defeated a bid to cut government benefits for some immigrants.
Lawmakers adopted a bill providing almost 2-billion dollars for agricultural research, crop insurance and food stamp funds.
Conservatives had opposed the food stamp funding for legal immigrants.
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[take pinnacle board #1002]


And that was reflected in the votes of western Virginia's congressmen.
[take pinnacle board #1001]


Democrat Rick Boucher supported the measure.
[take pinnacle board #1000]


Democrat Virgil Goode and Bob Goodlatte were among the handful of legislators voting against it.
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[Small-Business]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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According to Mark Warner, small businesses are the backbone of a growing state economy.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


The Regional Chamber hosted its annual luncheon for small businesses yesterday.
They were honored for their contributions to the local economy.
Former Senate candidate Mark Warner was the keynote speaker.
He said the growth of smaller companies is giving a big boost to the state's economy.
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((MARK WARNER: SEVENTY PERCENT OF NEW JOBS CREATED IN VIRGINIA ARE BEING CREATED BY SMALL BUSINESS. WE READ ABOUT THE MOTOROLLAS, BUT IT'S SMALL BUSINESSES THAT ARE DRIVING THE STATE'S ECONOMY.))
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[VO-NAT]


Last month Warner announced he's heading up a venture capital fund.
The fund contains five million dollars to help new businesses get their feet off the ground.
Warner said the fund also will help Southwest Virginia compete for new businesses with places like Northern Virginia and the Silicon Valley.
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[Indian-Sign]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=6p]
[WRITER=djo]
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A portion of Roanoke was recognized today for its Native American heritage and history.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


The northeast section of the city was the site of the Buzzard Rock Indian Settlement.
Archeological digs in the early 1980's and recent research proved Tutlow (Toot-low), Titera(Ti-tear-ah) and Monacan (Mon-ah-can) as well as other Indians lived in Roanoke long before it was known as "Big Lick"--about 10-thousand years ago.
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((GARY FOUTZ/PROJECT COORDINATOR; WE KNOW IT'S SACRED GROUND. WE KNOW THAT FOR A FACT. UP TIL RIGHT NOW, THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THAT ANYTHING HAS REALLY GONE ON ABOUT IT. I FIGURE WE BETTER DO SOMETHING BECAUSE THIS IS A PART OF ROANOKE'S HISTORY.))
[SUPER=01-Gary Foutz/Project Coordinator;]
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[OUT Q=of Roanoke's history.]
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[VO-NAT]


The state Board of Historic Resources approved this marker, which was erected today.
However, there are no plans to preserve the area.
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[National-Trail]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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[WRITER=djo]
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The Roanoke Valley jumped on the national band wagon today by recognizing National Trails Day.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]


Trails Day has been acknowledged around the country for the past six years.
But, this marks the first year the Roanoke area has recognized it.
Events were organized by the Roanoke Appalachain Trail Club.
The theme behind the events was to "take the pledge".
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[SOT=10:41:58 - 10:33:10]
[IN Q=WE'D LIKE]

((LUCIEN METAYER/RATC EVENT COORDIANTOR; WE'D LIKE ONE, FOR PEOPLE TO SPEND MORE TIME ON THE TRAIL. TWO, TO HELP SUPPORT THE LOCAL TRAIL EFFORT BY JOINING A LOCAL TRAIL CLUB AND ALSO HELP WITH THE NATIONAL EFFORT BY JOINING THE AMERICAN HIKING SOCIETY.)) ((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR; ROANOKERS HAVE HAD A LONG HISTORY OF BEING INTERESTED IN CONSERVATION AND HIKING AND PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT AND TRAIL DEVELOPMENT. THAT'S TRUE EVEN TODAY WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GREENWAYS HERE IN THE URBAN AREAS OF ROANOKE.))
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[OUT Q=areas of Roanoke.]
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[VO-NAT]


Members of the Roanoke Appalachain Trail club sponsored hiking tours along local trails.
They also had information booths set up that included historical facts about trails in the Roanoke Valley.
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[Tease#2]

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[ANCHOR=Eric]
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Up next--Roanoke and state police call out their troops to corral a run-away cow.
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[VO-NAT]


Also, a local high school's yearbook is getting national attention these days for excellence.
And, dozens of students are lining up hoping to be part of its future.
That's up next when the news continues.
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[Cow-Chase]


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A member of a livestock owner's cargo apparently did not agree on its destination.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]
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((OFFICER J.C. WALLACE/ROANOKE CITY ANIMAL CONTROL; GENTLEMAN HAD ABOUT TEN TO FIFTEEN HEAD ON A TRUCK TRANSPORTING THEM AND THE BACK GATE ON THE TRUCK ACCIDENTALLY OPENED UP.))
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[OUT Q=OPENED UP.]
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[VO-NAT]


Davis Sale was on his way to a livestock auction in Moneta when "Lulu" decided to part company.
The cow got loose on Orange Avenue near I-581 around noon.
Roanoke police, state police and some citizens got involved in the chase.
Lulu ran from the Williamson Road intersection and even made her way onto I-581 before heading back down to 460.
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[IN Q=I WAS BORN]

((TROOPER BOB CARPENTERI/VA. STATE POLICE; WE GOT THE CALL AND CAME UP HERE TO CHECK IT OUT AND WE WERE ADVISED BY THE ROANOKE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT THAT THE COW HAD GOTTEN ONTO ORANGE AVENUE. SO WE TRIED TO ASSIST THEM.)) ((STUART GILBERT; I WAS BORN AND RAISED ON A FARM AND I KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE TO HAVE A COW LOOSE.)) ((DAVID SALE/LIVESTOCK OWNER; YOU CAN REPLACE THIS LIVESTOCK BUT YOU CAN'T REPLACE HUMAN LIVES, THAT'S THE WAY I SEE IT. BUT I SURE APPRECIATE EVERYBODY'S HELP IN HELPING US GETTING HERE CAUGHT.))
[SUPER=01-Trooper Bob Carpenteri/Va. State Police; :00]
[SUPER=07-Stuart Gilbert; :12]
[SUPER=01-David Sale/Livestock Owner; :17]
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[OUT Q=A COW LOOSE.]
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[VO-NAT]


After about a half hour, Lulu was cornered on Orange Avenue near Lucy Addison Middle School.
The cow was not harmed. No one else was injured.
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[Yearbook]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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[WRITER=sta]
[TAPE#=98-49 11:28]
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Thirty-five students are on a waiting list at Rockbridge County High School--trying to get into ONE class.
But, that's to be expected-- when the class has a national reputation.
Stacey Martin has more.
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[IN Q=For teacher Sheila]
[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.;:00]
[SUPER=01-Brianne Beverly/Photojournalism Student;:12]
[SUPER=01-Sheila Thompson/Photojournalism Teacher;:31]
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[OUT Q=SM, News 7 Rockbridge Co.]

((For teacher Sheila Thompson and company this is more than a class-- it's a 25,000 dollar business-producing Rockbridge County High School's award-winning yearbook--The Trivium.
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[SOT 09.14.17 - 09.14.23]
[IN Q=When we leave]

((BRIANNE BEVERLY/PHOTOJOURNALISM STUDENT:WHEN WE LEAVE HIGH SCHOOL, IT GIVES US SOMETHING TO LOOK BACK ON AND TO BE ABLE TO SAY HEY I DID THAT--WE WON THIS.)) [RUNS06]
[OUT Q=we won this.]


The photojournalism class requires a lengthy committment, with students taking pictures, writing captions and designing pages almost year round.
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[SOT 09.03.50 - 09.03.55]
[IN Q=It does take]

((SHEILA THOMPSON/PHOTOJOURNALISM TEACHER:IT DOES TAKE QUITE A COMMITTMENT IN TERMS OF TIME AND MOST ASSUREDLY IN TERMS OF STUDENT DEDICATION.)) [RUNS05]
[OUT Q=of student dedication.]


But, the rewards are many--including three national honors awarded for the most recent edition.
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[IN Q=This is the]

((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: THIS IS THE 1997 TRIVIUM, RECOGNIZED FOR EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN BOTH INSIDE AND OUT.))
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[OUT Q=inside and out.]


The yearbook won the "excellence" award from the Taylor Yearbook competition, a medal from the Scholastic Press Association and high marks for writing and design from the National Scholastic Press Association.
This year's Trivium will go on sale in August at 30 dollars apiece.
Stacey Martin, News 7 Rockbridge County.))

[Lexington-Alive]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
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[WRITER=sta]
[TAPE#=98-46 11:14]
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Some people in Lexington were dancing in the streets yesterday--during the first in a series of summer concerts.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington/Yesterday;]


Folks were doing the two-step and twirling to the sounds of the Fabulous Cruisers.
The band was the first of several scheduled to play at "Lexington Alive" this summer.
It's an event benefiting the Lexington Downtown Development Association.
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[SOT 18.10.01 - 18.10.12]
[IN Q=It's a fundraiser]

((KRISTA VANNOY/LEXINGTON DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION: IT'S A FUNDRAISER FOR THE LEXINGTON DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION AND IT'S A REALLY GOOD PROMOTIONAL EVENT FOR US TOO. IT GETS PEOPLE DOWNTOWN IN THE EVENING TO KICK-OFF THIR WEEKEND AND HAVE A GOOD TIME.))
[SUPER=01-Krista Vannoy/Development Association;]
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[OUT Q=a good time.]
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[VO-NAT]


Last year's concert series raised a total of 12 thousand dollars.
Admission is free.
And, the concerts will go on two Fridays a month through August.
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[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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And coming up, The Bulls beat the Jazz last night in Salt Lake city scores and highlights from Major League Baseball.
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[VO-NAT]


And Aranxta Sanchez-Vicario is the 1998 women's French Open Champion.
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[S-Horse]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-5]
[GRAPHIC=sPORTS LOGO]


A nose prevented "Real Quiet" from winning horse racing's triple crown.
"Victory Gallop came on strong on the outside and crossed the line a nose head of "Real Quiet" winning the Belmont Stakes.
Let's listen to the call by A-B-C's Dave Johnson.
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[S-Qualify]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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Jeff Gordon will start on the Pole for tonight's Pontiac Excitement 400 at the Richmond International Raceway.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond/ESPN2; :]


Gordon captured the pole with a record speed of 125 point 558 for his second pole this season.
And Gordon's crew is making it easy for the veteran driver.
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[SUPER=01-Jeff Gordon/Pole Winner; :]
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Ricky Rudd will start 26-th, Michael Waltrip 33-rd, Jimmy Spencer 37-th Dale Earnhardt 38-th, Rick Mast 40-th and Darrell waltrip 42-nd.


[S-French]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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Monica Seles's bid for the title at the French Open came up short this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Paris, France]


Seles and Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario would hook up in the tournaments finals.
Sanchez Vicario would win the first set in a close match and lose the second 0-6 before coming back and winning the final set 6-2. It was Sanchez-Vicario's fourth career grand slam title and her her third in Paris.
The victory spoiled what would have been a fairy tale ending for Seles, who was playing three weeks after her the death of her father.
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[S-MLB]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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The Atlanta Braves scored 4 in the first and held on to beat Baltimore this afternoon 10 to 5.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Baltimore, MD/FOX SPORTS; :]


Bobby Cox in the dugout looking for his 1-thousandth win.
Atlanta would score in the top of the first Ryan Klesko hits the double down the first baseline scoring two runs and the Braves led by a score of 2 to nothing.
Still in the first, Javier Lopez takes this pitch deep over the left field fence for a two run homer and the Braves had a 4 to nothing lead.
Baltimore would come back to score in the fourth
[SUPER=35-Atlanta/10/Baltimore/5/;]

Cal Ripken hits a grounder down the left field line score a run but the Braves hold on for the 10 to 5 win.
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[S-Scores]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Interleague play continued this afternoon here are some of today's scores from the Diamonds.
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[S-NBA]


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Michael Jordan scored 37 points last night as the Bulls beat the Jazz 93 to 88 to even the N-B-A finals at one game each.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salt Lake City, UT/NBC SPORTS; :]


The Bulls made all the plays down the stretch and made some key free throws to get the split in Utah as the series switches to Chicago tomorrow.
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[SUPER=01-Karl Malone/Jazz Forward; :24]
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Tip off tomorrow night in the Windy city is 7-thirty.


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