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[ANCHOR=Jean]

Next on News 7, the search continues in the mountains of North Carolina for the man suspecting of bombing an abortion
clinic.
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and the skies between Roanoke and Chicago are becoming a little more friendly. We'll tell you about new non-stop jet service.
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Much needed scattered showers ahead in the forecast. Details coming up.

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On Health Check, a new pain medication is about to hit the market.
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and we'll check out a new device that could save the lives of half a million heart patients every year.
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((JAMES KALLSTROM/CBS CRIME CONSULTANT: YOU KNOW YOU COULD BE THREE OR FOUR FEET AWAY YOU MAY NOT KNOW IT. IT'S GOING TO BE VERY RUGGED AND APPARENTLY HE KNOWS WHAT HE'S DOING HE'S ARMED AND DANGEROUS))
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So FBI agents ARMED with their own weapons and guided by bloodhounds- continue the search for Eric Robert Rudolph.
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[5-Abortion-Bomber]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
So close yet so far, That's the way FBI agents describe the search for Rudolph.
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[vo-nat]
The suspect in a deadly abortion bombing clinic knows the mountainous area near Andrews North Carolina- AND he had a
head start on authorities.
[super=03-Andrews, NC;]


But the search goes on around the small town- because Rudolph was sighted there last week.
FBI agents believe he filled this 1977 pickup with six months worth of food and headed back into the mountains-
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[IN Q=14:48:11]

((JAMES KALLSTROM/CBS CRIME CONSULTANT: THAT'S ROUGH COUNTRY. I WENT THROUGH THERE ONCE AND I KNOW SOME PEOPLE WHO ARE FAMILIAR WITH IT.)) [BUTT TO 14:48:30] ((WE HAVE REASON TO BELIEVE HE HAS FIREARMS AND WE ARE APPOACHING IT THAT WAY.))
[SUPER=01-James Kallstrom/CBS Crime Consultant;00-03 quick!]
[SUPER=01-Woody Enderson/FBI Task Force; 05!]
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[OUT Q=IT THAT WAY.]
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North Carolina police are now using heat seeking radar in hopes of zeroing in on Rudolph.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[TAPE#598-22 57:43]
[GRAPHIC=Murder investigation]


Police have identified the man found shot to death in a burning car in Lynchburg Sunday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


21-year old Peter (Speer-OP-l-lis) Spyropoulas of Arlington, Massachusetts was identified through dental records.
Police say Spyropoulas was shot in the head and his rental car set on fire in a wooded section near Graves Mill Road.
They still aren't sure why he was in Lynchburg.
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((INVEST. DANNY VIAR/LYNCHBURG POLICE: NO FAMILY THAT WE KNOW, NO FRIENDS THAT WE KNOW OF IN THIS AREA. WE'RE STILL TALKING TO PEOPLE, WE EVEN TALKED TO PEOPLE IN HIS HOMETOWN TRYING TO FIND OUT WHAT THEY KNOW OF WHO HE WAS SUPPOSED TO BE MEETING WITH AND WHAT HAVE YOU DOWN HERE.))
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Police ask anyone who may have seen (Speer-op-o-lis) or the green Chevy Malibu he was driving to call their toll-free Crimestoppers number.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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[GRAPHIC=Clinton]


What the secret service knows about President Clinton should be kept SECRET.
That's why justice department officials say- they're fighting a court ruling that says secret service agents must testify in the Monica Lewinsky case.
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC]


Attorney General Janet Reno says it's not an attempt to sidestep the case-
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((JANET RENO/ATTORNEY GENERAL: BUT I WILL TELL YOU MR. CHAIRMAN WITH ALL MY HEART IT' IS NOT DONE FOR DELAY THI IS A DIFFICULT ISSUE.))
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It was just yesterday that special prosecutor Ken Starr subpoened President Clinton's head of security... Larry Cockell.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tte]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident]


A 22-year old Rocky Mount man died this morning in a car accident.
Police say Jason Perdue lost control of his car as he rounded a curve on route 6-93 in Boones Mill.
He crashed into a utility pole and a tree before landing in a creek.
The accident happened at 4:15 this morning.
Police say Perdue died at the scene.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=sgo]
[TAPE#=598-24 56:40]
[GRAPHIC=Roanoke Regional Airport]


If you need to get to Chicago in a hurry, things just got a little easier.
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Starting today, Trans States Airlines -- operating as United Express -- is offering nonstop flights between Roanoke Regional and O'Hare airport.
It's a service Roanoke has been trying to land for six years.
Some of the first travelers to take the flight had rave reviews.
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((BETTY AND CHARLES ROSSBACH/CHICAGO TRAVELERS: OH IT'S GREAT. AN HOUR AND A HALF, THAT'S A BIG IMPROVEMENT OVER THE DRIVE.))
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The regional jets will fly to Chicago and back three times a day.
Trans States says its fares will be "competitive."
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((BILL MISHK/TRANS STATES AIRLINES: BUT THE MAIN UTILITY WE'RE BRINGING TO THE FLYING COMMUNITY IS WE'RE GOING TO BE CUTTING THE FLYING TIME TO O'HARE BY ROUGHLY TWO AND A HALF HOURS.))
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The airline is running a special:
Round-trip tickets starting at 218-dollars if you call two weeks in advance.
That deal ends in September.
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A former prosecutor in our area will spend time behind bars, we'll have the details next.
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and sportscaster Marv Albert is heading back to the air less than a year after he was fired under a cloud of controversy.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

In Health Check, we'll see how a new device is helping some heart attack victims avoid future attacks. and Patrick Evans will bring us up to date on preparations for the Commonwealth Games. [cc sponsor]
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=chu]
[TAPE#598-34 3;48]
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A former Pittsylvania County prosecutor will spend six months in jail for pistol-whipping a teenage boy.
61-year old Joseph Motley Whitehead was sentenced today for assaulting a 15-year old in 1997.
He must also pay 35-hundred dollars in fines.
The incident stemmed from Whitehead's belief that the boy stole from him.
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Whitehead served as Pittsylvania County's prosecutor from 1964 to 1975.
In the late 70's, he was convicted in two separate cases of bribery and protecting a prostitution ring.
Whitehead served a total of 16 months in prison for those crimes.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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After 10 months out of the business Marv Albert is returning to broadcasting.
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Albert resigned from the M-S-G Network and was fired from N-B-C after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge in a sex case. Today M-S-G Network announced Albert's return to the network.
Albert will anchor "M-S-G Sports Desk" for the Madison Square Garden Network in New York. He will also do some radio play-by-play of New York Knicks games.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Clifton Forge is raising the cost of trash collection by three dollars and 50 cents.
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The increase is part of the city's efforts to improve its finances.
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((MEREDITH MILLS/COUNCILMEMBER:AT THE PRESENT RATE CLIFTON FORGE CANNOT AFFORD TO NOT INCREASE THE REFUSE COLLECTION RATE BECAUSE AT PRESENT IT'S NOT SUPPPORTING ITSELF. SO, THE INCREASE IS A MATHMETICAL NECESSITY, TO BREAK EVEN AND MAKE IT A SELF-SUPPORTING ENTITITY.))
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City Council approved the increase at its meetings earlier this month.
The total cost for trash pick-up will go up to 17 dollars per household.
The increase goes into effect August first.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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It's believed to be the largest war game Virginia's ever seen.
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((CAPT. JOHN EPPERLY/VIRGINIA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: I HAVE SEVERAL NEW SOLDIERS THAT ARE JUST OUT OF BASIC TRAINING. SO THIS IS REALLY THE FIRST TIME THAT MANY OF THEM HAVE MANEUVERED AS A FULL SQUAD WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF PLATOON OPERATIONS.))09
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[SUPER=03-Nottoway Co.;]


Some three thousand Army National Guard reservists from the 29th Infantry Division are swarming the woods of Fort Pickett for their annual training.
This year's training is overshadowed by budget cuts to the Guard-- which means an artillery battery from the Danville area has limited live ammo with which to practice.
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((MAJ. GEN. CARROLL CHILDERS/29TH INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER: WE'RE TRYING TO GET VISIBILITY HERE BECAUSE THE RESOURCE CONSTRAINT ON THE NATIONAL GUARD. AND PARTICULARLY ON THE NATIONAL GUARD DIVISIONS. WE'VE GOT THE CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE ARMY, FOUR STAR GENERAL REIMER, COMING DOWN TODAY. AND WE'RE GOING TO SHOW HIM THAT THE GUARD CAN CONDUCT A COMPLEX OPERATION LIKE THIS. AND IF WE HAD MORE RESOURCES WE COULD BE EVEN BETTER.))
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The invasion of the fictitious Carribbean island of Marcala (mar-KAL-uh) continues for the next several days.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Former Fourth District congressman Watkins Abbitt Senior was laid to rest today in his native Appomattox.
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[VO-NAT]
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Abbitt died Monday at the age of 90.
Dozens of the state's top political names came to pay their last respects to the man who served 25 years in the House of Representatives.
To a person, they remembered him as a man who loved people and politics.
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[IN Q=Once he stood]

((MARK WARNER/FORMER SENATE CANDIDATE: ONCE HE STOOD UP AND STARTED TALKING, HE GOT INTO A STEMWINDER, HE HAD HIS HANDS WHIRLING AND WHILING AND YELLING AND GOING AT IT REAL TOUGH, AND THAT KIND OF ENERGY AND LOVE FOR PEOPLE IS THE MEMORY THAT I WILL TAKE AWAY FROM TODAY. RONNIE SPIGGLE/APPOMATTOX MAYOR: HE HAD THE ABILITY IN HIS ORATORY TO JUST SORT OF UPLIFT PEOPLE, TO GET PEOPLE INVOLVED, TO GET PEOPLE'S ATTENTION AND THAT SORT OF THING.))
[SUPER=01-Mark Warner/Former Senate Candidate; :00]
[SUPER=01-Ronnie Spiggle/Appomattox Mayor; :11]
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[OUT Q=that sort of thing.]
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[VO-NAT]


Abbitt is survived by his wife and three children, including Watkins Abbitt Junior, a member of the state House of Delegates.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The Valley is gearing up for one of the largest sporting events in its history. Patrick Evans is standing by to tell us what we can expect from this year's Commonwealth Games.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Rumors of a man working at the Salem Fair with Tuberculosis are untrue.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

The man did have the disease at the time of the fair but he NEVER worked because he was too ill. He was only on the payroll. The Roanoke City Health department did a screening on about 200 people who traveled with the man. Three of those people tested positive for T-B infection, but they were NOT considered a high risk to the public.
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((MOLLY RUTLEDGE/ROANOKE CITY HEALTH DEPT.: ANY FOLKS WHO WENT TO THE SALEM FAIR REALLY HAVE NO CONCERN THAT THEY MAY HAVE GOTTEN THE INFECTION FROM THIS INDIVIDUAL. ALTHOUGH WE UTILIZE THIS CASE TO REMIND FOLKS THAT TB DOES EXIST.))
[SUPER=01-Molly Rutledge/Roanoke City Health Dept.]
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[OUT Q=of that organism.]
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[VO-NAT]

To contract the disease you have to share a significant amount of air with an infected person. Some common symptoms are coughing, night sweats and weight loss.
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[5-Heart-Jet]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#=598-28 34:44]
[GRAPHIC=Heart Disease]


A hospital in Chicago is testing a revolutionary treatment to clean out blocked arteries in the heart.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chicago;]


A typical heart attack begins when a block is formed in a vessel.
The attack is often triggered when blood cells clot around the blockage.
In many cases doctors use a balloon to open up the vessel, but that can cause other problems.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=If a clot]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Eric Grassman/Loyola U. Medical Center;]
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[OUT Q=meaning a heart attack.]
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[VO-NAT]


A new device known as the Angiojet can help.
It doesn't just move a clot, it removes it with tiny jets of salt water.
Under a local sedative, it is guided up the leg into the heart vessel.
Then the jet breaks the clot up and removes its red blood cells from the body.
Doctor Grassman couldn't remove the clot in this vessel until he used the Angiojet.
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Doctors hope the procedure could help half a million patients every year.
The Angiojet is currently being tested at Loyola and a handful of other hospitals nationwide.
It'll be at least a year before it arrives in more hospitals.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
[TAPE#=598-29 24:50]
[GRAPHIC=HealthCheck]


The Food and Drug Administration is about to approve a drug that is being called "Super Aspirin."
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[VO-NAT]


The drug known as (SUH-LEE-BRUH) Celebra is said to have all the benefits of aspirin without its side effects.
Celebrea doesn't cause the stomach and kidney problems experienced by some people who use aspirin.
Aspirin and Ibuprofen can lead to stomach irritation and increase the risk of stomach ulcers.
That's because those drugs work by blocking the compounds in your body that cause inflammation.
It's similar to compounds that normally protect the stomach and kidneys.
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[SOT SUPERASPIRIN 6:33:14]
[IN Q=]

((Dr. ERIC RUDERMAN: THE ULCERS DON'T SEEM TO BE AS MUCH OF AN ISSUE. IN FACT THEY DON'T SEEM TO BE AN ISSUE AT ALL WITH THIS CLASS OF DRUGS.))
[SUPER=01-Dr. Eric Ruderman/Rush Pres. Medical Center;]
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[OUT Q=class of drugs.]
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[VO-NAT]


Celebra will first be a prescription drug used primarily for Arthritis patients, but it is ultimately expected to be sold over the counter.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=sp-22 9:57]
[GRAPHIC=TICKER]


Welcome folks to the midweek ticker that begins with some more long ball antics from the Atlanta Braves.
[graphic=braves/mets]


This afternoon the Braves returned to Shea Stadium for a rare Noon game during the work week.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/Braves vs. Mets;:00]


But Andres Gallaraga may want to play in the middle of the day the rest of the season.
In the top of the first he rocked this two run shot to left and plated Chipper Jones to give the Braves a 2-to-nothing lead.
Then the very next batter, Ryan Klesko slammed his 14th long ball of the season to right field.
It's a 3-to-nothing game.
That's all the Braves would need, but in the fourth Gallaraga gave them some insurance with his 30th homer of the season.
[super=35-Atlanta/12/New York/1/Gallaraga Two Homers;]


This three run blast to left went completely out of the park. The Braves get the 12-to-1 win as Gallaraga picks up five rbis.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-23 11:03]
[GRAPHIC=MARINERS/RANGERS]


Mark McGwire had a little heat applied to his homerun lead in the big leagues last night as Ken Griffey Junior hit two dingers to lead the M's to a 6 to 3 win over the Rangers.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Seattle, WA/Last Night; :00]


Look who was in the Kingdome last night - Tech head coach Frank Beamer. He was a classmate of Rangers manager Johnny Oates and Lou Piniella's son Derek plays football at Tech.
Frank would see Griffey crush this one in third inning deep into the right field seats. It's his 38th homer and his 15 hundredth career hit in the big leagues.
Later in the bottom of the seventh, Junior ripped
[SUPER=35-Texas/3/Seattle/6;]

his 39th homer of the year again over the right field fence. Alex Rodriguez scores and the M's win it 6 to 3.
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[S5-Hockey]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-24 9:19]
[GRAPHIC=NHL]


From the diamond to the ice. The New York Rangers kept their defesnvie anchor in tact and town today as they resigning goalie Mike Richter to a new four year contract worth $21 point 8 million.
He could have gotten more money in Florida but elected to stay in the Big Apple.
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[IN Q="A LOT...]
[SUPER=01-Mike Richter/Rangers Goalie; :00]
[RUNS=:21]
[OUT Q=...BE HERE TODAY."]
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Richter has spent his entire nine year career with the Rangers.
[graphic=ticker]


Coming up tonight at six, Steve Mason will have some more hockey news for us as we meet some youth skaters gearing up for the Commonwealth games this coming weekend.
Also, the rumors have been flying altely about Rick Mast's race team. I'll clear some of those up for you as well.


Have a great night everybody. [take a break]


[5-Milk-Man]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=bay]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=]


Some hobbies require no thinking at all, but others take skill and concentration.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Sarasota, FL;]
One Sarasota man knows how to stay focused on the job at hand.


The tower resting on his chin consists of 30 milk crates stacked on top of each other.
The last time he attempted this was three years ago. Now he is out to reclaim his record.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=20:04:30]

((I FEEL GREAT. I FEEL STRONG. I FEEL THAT I'M CAPABLE TO DO THIS BECAUSE THIS IS MY IDEA, I STARTED THIS RECORD. AND WHEN I STARTED, I STARTED OUT WITH 17 MILK CRATES AND IT HAS PROGRESSED THROUGH THE YEARS SINCE 1990.))
[RUNS=:16]
[OUT Q=20:04:46]
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[VO-NAT]


He got the idea to try for the record 10 years ago and has been working to improve his balancing skills ever since.

His most recent attempt was in memory of a loved one who passed away.
And since the balancing act was successful he will get his wish -- he once again goes into the Guinness Book of World Records.
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