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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 Sunday July 5th 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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Seven people died in one accident.
A driving rain may have been to blame for yesterday's accident near the Arcadia exit on I-81 in Botetourt County.

David Johnson has more.
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That was this state troopers response to a near head on collision with so much force behind it that the smaller vehicle, a Honda Accord, and its passengers, three men and three women, was crushed almost beyond recognition. The victims were all Virginia natives. So was the tractor trailer driver they ran into. Police have not identified any of the victims. This Alabama-bound trucker witnessed the whole incident.
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((IT WAS JUST RAINING PRETTY HARD AND THE CAR HYDROPLANED ACROSS THE MEDIAN INTO THE ONCOMING TRACTOR TRAILER. I MEAN THE TRUCK HIT THEM AND I COULDN'T MOVE. I JUST, I COULDN'T MOVE. THAT'S ALL I COULD DO WAS SIT THERE AND WATCH THEM GET THROWN ALL OVER THE INTERSTATE.)) [RUNS16]
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There was speculation that a little girl was also in the car. Authorities confirmed the child was safe in the care of her grandparents. Both vehicles tumbled onto the Route 11 underpass. The tanker spilled much of its 76-hundred gallon diesel payload. Haz-Mat teams were called to the scene and worked through the night to secure the area.
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The accident halted northbound holiday traffic for about three hours and it was backed up for about five to six miles.
But motorists were aware of what the dilemma was as truckers spread the word via C-B radio.
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((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; NOW ONE MOTORIST WHO HAD BEEN WAITING THE ENTIRE THREE HOURS TRAFFIC WAS BACKED UP, WHEN ASKED HOW HE WAS DOING HE SAID HE WAS DOING FINE AND THAT HE WAS MORE CONCERNED WITH FAMILIES OF THE VICTIMS IN THE ACCIDENT. DAVID JOHNSON, NEWS 7, BOTETOURT COUNTY.)) [RUNS14]
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A Lexington doctor will have to undergo a psychiatric exam.
Dr. William Weddle is accused of having sex with patients.
He will be allowed to work as an emergency room doctor, but must be chaperoned when examining female patients.
The ruling came from a Virginia Board of Medicine Panel that met Friday.
Weddle is accused having a sexual relationship with two of his patients.... he says the charges are false.
He'll appear before another medical panel next month.

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Many people will be heading home today after the holiday weekend and that means a stop
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at the gas pump. Gas prices across the nation are at some of the lowest levels in ten years. On average, prices are down 14-cents per gallon compared to July 4th last year. And the most recent Triple-A report indicates the Roanoke area is one of the best places to fill up.
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((TERESA PREGNALL; I WAIT TO FILL UP WHEN I COME TO ROANOKE AT THIS PARTICULAR GAS STATION BECAUSE I LIKE THE BRAND AND THE RATES ARE GREAT AND THEY KEER THEM DOWN, ALWAYS.)) ((THOM CLARKE; I'M HAPPY FOR IT BECAUSE I'M DRIVING THIS BIG HUGE JEEP OVER HERE AND I COULD USE ALL THE GAS I COULD GET FOR A DOLLAR. THAT'S FOR SURE.)) ((NICKI SETTLE/STOP-IN ASST. MGR.; WHEN THE GAS PRICES ARE LOWER THEN WE GET MORE BUSINESS. WHEN PEOPLE COME IN HERE TO BUY GAS, WHEN THEY COME IN HERE TO PAY, THEN THEY'LL BUY A DRINK OR CANDY OR SOMETHING ELSE LIKE THAT. SO IT HELPS OUR BUSINESS, ACTUALLY.))
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The average fuel price in the Mid-Atlantic region is about a dollar-ten cents per gallon. In Virginia, it's a dollar-two cents and Roanoke prices average about ten cents less than that. Triple-A says it's no coincidence that nearly 32-million people have hit the road this holiday, the most since 1987.
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[July-4th]


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Americans celebrated our Nations 222nd birthday in many different ways.
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Four children tapped the Liberty bell as a part of the national "Let Freedom Ring" ceremony in Philadelphia.
Bells rang out all over the country and on 334 commissioned Navy Ships.
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A record number of people from all over the world became U-S citizens yesterday in Seattle, Washington.
610 people from 78 countries packed the Seattle Center for the 14th annual naturalization ceremony.
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And demonstrators on both sides of the immigration issue protested in Los Angeles, California.
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In sports, it was a record setting day for the Yankees.
Roy Stanley has the details.
Good Morning Roy.
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In medical news today, we typically think of athletes being in perfect shape, but many suffer from health conditions like asthma. Scientists have developed a new program just for them. Tonya Flory reports, it could make a big difference both on and off the playing field.
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(([NAT SOUND] ((OKAY HERE WE GO)) [RUNS:02] Colleen Guest runs track...plays field hockey..and is a members of her high school swimming team. She also has asthma and takes medication to control her breathing problems.
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(( COLLEEN GUEST/ATHLETE WITH ASTHMA:WHEN I HAVE AN ASTHMA ATTACK...I USUALLY START COUGHING AND WHEEZING AND HYPERVENTILATING. AND SOMETIMES I GET T0 THE POINT WHERE I CAN'T BREATH ANYMORE.)) [RUNS:10]
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There at are least fifteen million people in this country with asthma, many are athletes. Gilbert D'Lonzo of the Temple University Medical Center has developed asthma watch...a program designed to help athletes with asthma by educating their coaches and trainers on how to assist them when they suffer an attack.
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((DR. GILBERT D'LONZO/TEMPLE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER:IT CREATES A GREAT DEAL OF IMPORTANCE IN BRINGING IN THE MEDICATION TO THE FIELD AND TO USE IT PROPERLY DURING AND BEFORE EXERCISE. IT HELPS IDENTIFY ATHLETES WHO ARE HAVING PROBLEMS WITH THEIR ASTHMA...DURING A SPORTING EVENT AND IT CREATES AN EASY PATHWAY FOR BETTER TREATMENT IF THERE DISEASE IS NOT CONTROLLED.)) [RUNS:20]
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For athletes like Colleen, it means that her coaches and trainers will have a better understanding on how to deal with a asthma attack.
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((JIM ROGERS/TEMPLE UNIVERSITY:THE DIAGNOSED ASTHMATIC ALWAYS HAS PERMISSION TO PLAY CONDITIONALLY AND THOSE CONDITIONS ARE THAT THE MEDICATION ALWAYS HAS TO BE IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. IT'S NOT QUITE GOOD ENOUGH FOR THE COACH TO HAVE THE MEDICATION IN HIS POCKET.)) [RUNS:10]
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((THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE IS CONDERING USE OF THE ASTHMA WATCH PROGRAM FOR THEIR TEAM MEMBERS AND OTHERS SUFFERING WITH ASTHMA. TONYA FLORY, NEWS 7, HEALTH CHECK.)) [RUNS:09]
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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No names yet on the seven people killed in a accident between a tractor trailer and a car on Interstate 81 yesterday.
The near head-on collision packed so much force that the smaller vehicle and its passengers, three men and three women, were crushed almost beyond recognition.
The accident halted holiday traffic for about three hours.
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The debate over whether the tobacco industry is purposfully luring teen smokers rages on.
Some local teen smokers say they are NOT victims of an advertising gimmick, but others have their doubts.
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Possible relief for firefighters in Florida.
A northward moving Carribean storm could bring a scorched central Florida its first significant rainfall since May.
A Forestry official says that may be able to cool the fires down.
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And that's what's making news on this Sunday July 5th.
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If you're still in that July Fourth mood, we have just the thing--
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As we crack open the archives for a musical look at Independence Days gone by.
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Many celebrated the Fourth by watching America's favorite past time.
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The A's defense notches, a double-play the first out on strikes, and the throw to second gets the runner
Oakland also performs on offense beating the Angels 8-to-3.
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Larry Walker misplays the short hit and San Diego takes advantage for the first score of the game.
Tony Gwynn gets a base hit and runs right out of his shoe and into the record books, tying Babe Ruth on the all time hit list with 2,873.
Larry Walker on defense redeems himself with the catch and great throw to the plate, but Kirt Manwaring can't handle the ball and the Padres beat the Rockies 9-to-1.
In Arlington, Texas gets off to a quick start, Ivon Rodiquez doubles down the left field line scoring three runs.
The Rangers hand Seattle a nine to two loss.
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Salem gets a win over Lynchburg and Wilmington beats Danville in Carolina League action.
Here's a look at your scoreboard.
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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 July 5th, Welcome back to News-7 Sunday morning.
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Seven people are dead after a car and a tractor trailer collided near the Arcadia exit on Interstate 81 last night.


State police have not released the names of the victims.
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The near head-on collision packed so much force that the smaller vehicle and its passengers, three men and three women, were crushed almost beyond recognition.
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The victims were all Virginia natives. So was the tractor trailer driver they ran into. Both vehicles fell onto the Route 11 underpass. The tanker spilled much of its 76-hundred gallon diesel payload. Haz-Mat teams were called to the scene and worked through the night to secure the area.
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((PETERS; THEY'RE PUMPING THE DIESEL FUEL FROM THE OVERTURNED TRACTOR TRAILER INTO ANOTHER TRACTOR TRAILER. THEN THE PRODUCT THAT HAS SPILLED ONTO THE SHOULDERS, THEY HAVE PUT UP DAMS FOR THAT AND HAVE GOTTEN UP AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.)) [RUNS18]
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The accident halted northbound holiday traffic for about three hours and it was backed up for about five to six miles.


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An motorcycle accident along the Blue Ridge Parkway yesterday sent one man to the hospital.
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It happened around one in the afternoon.
According to a witness, the biker lost control and smashed into a fence.
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Parkway officials say they don't know what caused 54-year old Jimmy Etters of Winton, North Carolina to lose control of his bike.
Authorities say Etters suffered many deep cuts that did NOT appear to be life-threatening.
He was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital and is listed in stable condition.
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Floridians are praying for rain and forecasters say they may get it by mid-week.
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A Caribbean storm could soon be moving north.
If the storm hits it would provide the first significant rainfall since the fires started in May.
Fire Fighters say mother nature brought them a bit of relief yesterday with higher humidity, cool breezes and some showers.
A Division of Forestry official says if that weather keeps up, they'll be able to cool the fires down.
Still many people will have to stay out of their homes at least through Monday morning.
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Tobacco is a hot topic in Washington...
President Clinton is pushing to keep cigarettes away from children, despite the failure of the tobacco bill in Congress.
But what do Roanoke valley residents think of the problem? Intern Reporter Aleesha Chaney has more.
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(( Cigarette Ads are just about every where you look. Most are featured with beautiful women or men--one marketing technique many believe lures teenagers to smoke.
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((TONI FERGUSON/AMERICAN LUNG ASSOC. OF VIRGINIA: THE ADS ARE SUBLIMINAL MESSAGES AND THEY USE A LOT OF GLAMOUR AND PANAGE AND THERE ARE VERY HEALTHY LOOKING PEOPLE IN THESE ADS.)) [RUNS12]
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The tobacco industry denies targeting teenagers, but not every one is buying that.
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((TONI FERGUSON/AMERICAN LUNG ASSOC. OF VIRGINIA: IF YOU'LL NOTICE THE BRAND THAT TEENS SMOKE AND THEN LOOK AT THE ADS OF THOSE BRANDS THEN YOU'LL FIND THAT THAT WAS THE MESSAGE THAT THEY ARE TRYING TO PORTRAY.)) [RUNS11]
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Many teen smokers don't believe they are the victim of an advertising gimmick. For them, smoking is just the cool thing to do.
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((MONICA LAW/TEEN SMOKER: THERE'S ALWAYS GOING TO BE TEENS OUT THERE THAT ARE GOING TO GET CIGARETTES ANYWAY THEY CAN AND THERE GOING TO KEEP BUYING THEM AND TEHRE ARE ALWAYS GOING TO BE PEOPLE TO KEEP SELLING THEM TO THEM.)) [RUNS08]
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But some teens feel whoever Big Tobacco is trying to get a message to, the industry is simply not being honest in its advertisements.
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((MONICA LAW/TEEN SMOKER: I REMEMBER WHEN I WAS JUST THIRTEEN YEARS OLD LOOKING UP ON THE SIDE OF A STORE WINDOW AND SEEING A MARRIOT SIGN UP THERE AND IT SHOWED THIS BEAUTIFUL YOUNG WOMAN AND PRETTY HAIR AND I REALIZE NOW THAT IS NOT WHAT YOU LOOK LIKE WHEN YOU SMOKE. )) [RUNS17]
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While the debate continues about big tobacco's advertising motives, anti-smoking advocates have their own approach: they stress statistics, like the fact more than 400,000 Americans die every year due from smoking-related diseases. Aleesha Chaney, News 7.))







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Some extraordinary gifts come with high price tags.
People born with Williams syndrome often can NOT do many things normal people take for granted, instead they have amazing talents in other areas.
Tonight on 60-Minutes, Morley Safer will take a closer look at these very special people.
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You can see that story and more tonight at seven here on W-D-B-J.

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Wimbledon crowns its champion in women's tennis and World Cup competition continues.
Roy Stanley has more.
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This holiday weekend holds special meaning for one Pulaski man who's dedicated his career to the military.
George Albright served in NOT one but four different wars.
Teresa Hamilton has his story in the latest installment of our special series "Virginia Profiles".
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(( There was NO way George Albright could have known it at the time...
But this class photo taken when he was just six years old, holding an American flag, would actually foreshadow his future.
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Albright's fascination with the military began while in high school when he joined the National Guard.
In fact-- he hadn't even graduated high school when he was called to active duty in September of 1940 in preparation for World War II-- a battle in which he saw plenty of combat.
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Albright's military days weren't over when the war ended.
He would also serve in Korea-- which is when he decided to make the Army a career.
His service also included three tours during Vietnam--
But he doesn't feel he's been scarred by any of his experiences, especially since it gave him the opportunity to study different languages.
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Albright was eventually honored with three combat infantry badges.
But his committment to the military wasn't over.
In 1991-- he volunteered for Desert Storm.
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((DUE TO THE VERY LOW CASUALTY RATE OF THE DESERT STORM THEY RELEASED ALL OF US, OUR TEAM ON THE 31ST OF MARCH OF '91--A GOOD EXPERIENCE. WE WERE ALL BACK, I WAS THE OLDEST ONE OF THE GROUP BUT WE ALL FOUND IT VERY INTERESTING AND INFORMATIVE. )) [RUNS:19]
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At age 75-- Albright doesn't plan to volunteer for any future military assignments.
But if called up-- he says there's no doubt he would be honored to serve.

Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Pulaski. ))[7-WEATHER]


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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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A near head-on collision between a tractor trailer and a car took the lives of all seven people involved.
State police have not released the victims' names, but say they are all from Virginia.
The accident, near the Arcadia exit of Interstate 81 halted holiday traffic for about three hours.
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And across the country, Americans celebrated Independence day with a bang.
In Philadelphia, children tapped the Liberty bell to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
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And if you're heading home after this holiday weekend, you'll likely need to to fill up your tank.
Gas prices across the nation are at some of the lowest levels in ten years.
In Virginia the average fuel price is a dollar and two cents per gallon.
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And that's what's making news on this Sunday .



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Several competitions have all ready taken place in the Annual Commonwealth games.
But there's much more to come and the action really starts to get fast and furious in the next few weeks.
And here is tell us about it is Virginia Amateur Sports' Stu Israel.

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The Yankees get win number 60 at the Orioles expense. And Atlanta notches its 58th win.
Here's how everybody else fared.
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Our environmental report this weekend stinks.
Or at least the subject of it does.
Here's Jeff Pegues (puh-GAYS) of affiliate W-S-V-N.
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(( For the first time in Florida, the world's stinkiest flower is opening up.
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Discovered in the rainforests of Sumatra in 1878, the Titan Arum can grow to twelve feet. For folks brave enough to inhale its overbearing bouquet, you'd better hurry.
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Historically, specimens collected from nature have died after their first bloom. Fairchild Tropical Garden has good reason to believe this one will last longer.
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And if it does survive, we may be in for an odiferous treat another three to four years from now...and could possibly even break a world record.
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But judging from the crowds, some may like the smell more than they're willing to admit.))

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You've seen the pictures of crop circles and heard the stories of possible extra-terrestrial artistry...
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but this is a bit different...it's a maze made from maize.
A group of non-profit organizations in Tanglewood, North Carolina came up with the idea....they're sponsoring team competitions to raise money for charity.
This weekend the maze opened to the public and it will reamain open through the end of September.
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As we head back into the work week, don't forget to tune in to News 7 Mornin' from 6 to 7.
Here's Steve Pardon with a rpeview of what he'll be doing this week.
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In case you turned in early,
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or just want another taste of the fourth...
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we'll close this morning with a look at fireworks across the country.
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