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[TALENT=Keith]

Wanna bet? You're not alone- -in fact they're literally lined up at the border, clamoring for Virginia's Big G
ame Lottery tickets. We'll begin with that... tonight... on NEWS 7 at Six.
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And it looks like somebody pulled the plug on Carvins Cove. We'll see how severe the water shortage is- -in the face of a call for conservation.
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In sports, you'll meet the 1999 Salem Avalance team, NASCAR's top rookie took a spin at Martinsville today.
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And the Roanoke Express names an interim General Manager and the franchise's owners say the team is not for sale.
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[WX-Head]
[TALENT=Patrick]
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Cloudy skies are on the way out, and sunnier weather is on tap for tomorrow. Next chance of rainfall: Late Friday, stay tuned for all the weather details. [open]
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[VO-NAT]


Some BIG lines for the BIG Game.
But does the lure of easy money lead to too BIG a gamble?
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[ANCHOR=Keith]


Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.[The-Odds]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ejo]
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[GRAPHIC=Big Game 190 Million]


The odds may be long, but the jackpot is huge .. at least 190 million dollars. It's already close to the second-largest in U-S history.
(+++++++++++)

[Take Pinnacle page 1002]
The record-setter was a whopper ... 295 million dollars, set just last Fall in the multi-state "Powerball" drawing. [Next Page 1003]
The Powerball odds then and now are very steep ... about one in 80 million. [Next Page 1004]
The odds of winning the Big Game are a little better, but they're still very remote... one in 76-point-3 million.

[Big-Game]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The odds probably don't matter, though, to the thousands who've been flocking to Carroll County, over the past few days.
Cana is a particular hot spot for lottery sales.
Teresa Hamilton explains.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The Trading Post ]
[SUPER=03-Cana ; :00]
[SUPER=01-Anita Connell/North Carolina Resident; :25]
[SUPER=01-Jimmy Skordas/North Carolina Resident; :45]
[SUPER=@Teresa1; :55]
[SUPER=01-Hashan Byrom/New Jersey Resident; 1:14]
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[OUT Q=NEWS 7, Cana.]

((
The Trading Post in Cana is one of the Virginia Lottery's biggest customers.
And, the past few days have been NO exception with an estimated 190- million dollars up for grabs.
The "Big Game" is at an all time high because no one has picked the winning six number combination, since early February.
Anita Connell decided to gamble with her own combination of numbers.
[Sot---11:04:12]
[in q=My children's]

((ANITA CONNELL/NORTH CAROLINA RESIDENT: MY CHILDREN'S' AGES, MY HUSBAND'S AGE, MY AGE, SO FORTH, IT'S REALLY THE FIRST TIME I'VE EVER DONE THIS, SO IT'S KIND OF NEW.))
[out q= kind of new.]
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Connell drove an hour and fifteen minutes for tickets.
You see her home state of North Carolina doesn't have its own lottery, which means border towns, like Cana, profit well at times, like this.
[in q= I think (11:06:43)]

((JIMMY SKORDAS/NORTH CAROLINA RESIDENT: I THINK IT'S THE WORST THING WE'VE EVER DONE THAT THEY DON'T HAVE A LOTTERY, LIKE THIS, WE COME UP HERE AT LEAST TWO TIMES A WEEK, DRIVE UP HERE, IT'S 45- MINUTES AND WE PLAY TWICE A WEEK, TO COME UP HERE.))
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[TAKE SU] (( IF THE NUMBER OF TICKETS SOLD HAS ANYTHING TO DO WITH IT, THE TRADING POST MAY INDEED BE THE PLACE TO SPEND YOUR HARD EARNED DOLLARS.))
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Over the past ten years, The Trading Post has sold TWO separate million dollar tickets.
In fact, they sell so many tickets the Virginia Lottery recently brought in a third terminal to help handle this week's sales.
[sot 11:08:47]

((HASHAN BYROM/NEW JERSEY RESIDENT: I'M TRYING TO WIN BIG, I'M TRYING TO WIN BIG, IF I WIN I'M GOING TO BUY NORTH CAROLINA, I'M GOING TO BUY NORTH CAROLINA, I LOVE IT DOWN HERE, I'M GOING TO BUY IT, WOOH!))
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[OUT Q= it, wooh.]


The odds are remote, but then again Byrom, and the others in line, realize someone has to win, somewhere.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Cana. ))




[Gamblers-Anonymous]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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You stand a better chance of being killed in a plane crash or getting struck by lightning.
But the remote chance of winning the Big Game rarely discourages people from playing... in fact, they ATTRACT people who usually DON'T play.
Steve Smallshaw tells us large jackpots can also be dangerous for those with a gambling problem.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The reminders are]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Larry Nelson/Liberty U. Psychology Professor; :15]
[SUPER=01-Leslie Staley/Convenience Store Owner; 1:08]
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[OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.]


(( The reminders are everywhere.. 190 million dollars to be won for an investment of just one dollar.
All those zeros can make this a dangerous time for people battling a gambling addiction.
[SOT 2:29:02]

((DR. LARRY NELSON/LIBERTY U. PSYCHOLOGY PROFESSOR: THE GREATER THE REWARD THEN THE MORE I'M GOING TO RISK AS WELL, BECAUSE THE RETURN'S GOING TO BE GREATER.))
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[OUT Q=to be greater.]


Dr. Larry Nelson is a psychology professor at Liberty University.
He says lotteries like the Big Game help fuel the type of compulsive behavior seen in gambling addicts.
Even in the face of astronomical odds, players can lose their sense of reality.. and they start to justify spending more money in pursuit of a big return.
[SOT 2:31:49]

((DR. LARRY NELSON/LIBERTY U. PSYCHOLOGY PROFESSOR: I EQUATE IT TO A DRUG HABIT BECAUSE A HEROIN ADDICTION FOR INSTANCE, STARTS OUT WITH A FIVE DOLLAR A DAY, TEN DOLLAR A DAY HABIT, THEN IT STARTS BUILDING.. OF COURSE THE BODY STARTS ADJUSTING AS WELL, THEN IT BUILDS ON UP TO A 100 TO 200 DOLLAR A DAY HABIT.))
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Area convenience stores have been humming with activity, as everyone tries to get a piece of the action.
Leslie Staley has seen people spend as much as a hundred dollars on lottery tickets when the jackpot's big.. but so far, that's been the exception and not the norm.
[SOT 00:23:08]

((LESLIE STALEY/CONVENIENCE STORE OWNER: WE SEE SOME STRANGE FACES, BUT NORMALLY OUR REGULAR CUSTOMERS WILL JUST BUY A FEW MORE TICKETS.))
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[OUT Q=few more tickets.]


Experts say if you have a gambling problem, you should try to limit your spending.. or better yet, avoid buying lottery tickets altogether.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

[Martin]


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A jury heard the Botetourt County sheriff offer to kill a man for money today.
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[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;]


It's part of the trial against Dorothea Martin, accused of plotting to kill her husband James.
Last August, Martin's lover called a hit-man from jail and arranged the murder for hire.
Little did he know the hitman was really Sheriff Reed Kelly working undercover.
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[SOT 15:17:00]
[IN Q=I WANT A SHOTGUN]

((SHERIFF REED KELLY: I WANT A SHOTGUN BUTCH. BUTCH: OK. SHERIFF: THAT WORKS BETTER, ME AND MY BROTHER ARE BETTER WITH A SHOTGUN. BUTCH: I UNDERSTAND. SHERIFF: AND PISTOL, HE GETS KINDA EDGY WITH A PISTOL, YOU KNOW. AH, A SHOTGUN, I HOLD ON TO THAT, SO, SO, I, I MEAN, I KNOW, LIKE I TOLD YA, HE AIN'T TOO BRIGHT, AND AH AH YOU WANT THAT BOY'S FINGERS MASHED LIKE YOU SAID OR YOU WANT CUT OFF LIKE YOU SAID BEFORE? BUTCH: I WANT THEM SMASHED.))
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Prosecutors say Dorothea Martin sent her lover 450-dollars to help pay for the murder.
But on the phone -- her lover tells the hit-man Martin knows nothing.
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[SOT 15:27:19]
[IN Q=Alright dude and and]

((ALRIGHT DUDE AND AND YOUR AND YOUR WOMEN AIN'T GONNA CROSS YOU UP? BUTCH: NO. SHERIFF: YOU, YOU SURE BOUT THAT BUDDY, LET CAN I TELL YOU. BUTCH: I'M POSITIVE ON THAT. SHERIFF: YOU'RE POSITIVE SHE AIN'T GONNA CROSS YOU UP? BUTCH: YEAH. SHERIFF: SHE TIGHT IN THIS THING WITH YOU MAN? SHE TIGHT WITH YA? BUTCH: SHE DON'T KNOW ABOUT IT AND I DON'T WANT HER TO.))
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Defense attorneys say Dorothea Martin will testify tomorrow.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A baby- -just 23 days old- -lay dying in pediatric intensive care in Roanoke last May... and all her mother wanted to do was curl up in a corner and sleep.
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The mother WAS charged with felony homicide and felony child neglect.
But 27-year old Crystal Denise Johnson pled "no contest" today to manslaughter- -rather than face a jury trial
next week on the more serious charges.
Her social worker found three-week old Princess Johnson severely dehydrated.
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[SOT 12:50:02]
[IN Q=She described it]

((SHE DESCRIBED IT TO ME AS LOOKING LIKE SKIN ON A PRUNE OF THE BABY- -THAT CONSISTENCY: RUMPLED, ALL SHRIVELED UP, AND SHE SAID IT KIND OF LOOKED LIKE AN ETHIOPIAN CHILD.))
[SUPER=01-A.M. Williams/Roanoke Police Detective]
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[OUT Q=Ethiopian child.]
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[* * * Keith ON ENG * * *]
As nurses prepared to perform C-P-R on the baby- -one of several unsuccessful attempts to revive the child, Crystal Johnson asked for a pillow and blanket.
When they went to tell her it looked as if her baby was going to die, Johnson told the pediatrician to shut the door and let her sleep.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Interpretation of the mother]

((INTERPRETATION OF THE MOTHER, HIS PROFESSIONAL OPINION, WAS THE MOTHER DIDN'T SEEM OVERLY CONCERNED.))
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[OUT Q=overly concerned.]
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Johnson admitted to social workers she'd used crack cocaine the night Princess was born.
This was her third child.
Princess died of a blood clot in her kidney- -from a severe lack of fluid.
CRYSTAL Johnson faces up to ten years in prison, when she's sentenced in June.
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Officials in Henry County think they know the identity of a body found in a car fire. They expect to know for sure in a few days.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.]


Police found the burning vehicle in the Figsboro area yesterday afternoon.
Officials believe the body inside the vehicle was a 55-year-old Henry County resident that the car was registered to.
Investigators have not ruled out the possibility of homicide.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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You may soon be paying to put Governor Gilmore up in a hotel. Just ahead on News 7, find out why.
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And with Carvin's Cove at low levels, what's next in Roanoke's effort to save water? We'll spill the latest information, next.
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The water watch is on in earnest at Carvin's Cove, where water levels remain well below normal. (++++++++++) [Take Pinnacle Page]
Here is today's reading .... 17-point-8 feet below the spillway.
And it comes at a time of year when Roanoke's main water supply is normally at or near full pond.

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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=jda]
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With the water level at Carvins Cove so low, city council has called for voluntary conservation, and officials are reviewing more restrictive measures.
Joe Dashiell has more on the situation tonight.
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[IN Q=For Tommy Morgan]
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Tommy Morgan/Angler; :09]
[SUPER=01-Kit Kiser/Roanoke Utilities Director; :33]
[SUPER=01-Brenda Taylor/Carvins Cove Visitor; :59]
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[OUT Q=JD News 7 Botetourt Co.]


((For Tommy Morgan, a day off from school meant a trip to Carvins Cove, and a new perspective on a familiar fishing hole.
[SOT 17:49:19]
[IN Q=I remember sitting up there]

((I REMEMBER SITTIN UP THERE AND FISHING OUT THERE, INSTEAD OF FISHING DOWN HERE AND FISHING OUT THERE.))
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[OUT Q=fishing out there.]


City officials estimate that the reservoir is now at about half of its usable capacity, leaving a six- month supply of water.
Normally, during the first three months of the year nearby creeks recharge the reservoir, but it hasn't happened so far in '99, and Utilities Director Kit Kiser says we're entering a time of year when the demand for water is on the rise.
[SOT 17:37:11]
[IN Q=All you have to do is look at a trend]

((ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS LOOK AT A TREND CHART. YOU KNOW WE'RE GETTING INTO THE NORMAL SEASON WHEN THE COVE GOES DOWN. WE SHOULD HAVE FILLED UP, BUT NOW WE'RE NOT. WE'RE STARTING LOW AND GOING LOWER.))
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[OUT Q=and going lower.]


Though other local governments in the Roanoke Valley are NOT reporting any serious water shortages, the city is asking residents to voluntarily cut their water use by ten percent. And officials are reviewing mandatory restrictions in case the water level continues to drop.
Back at Carvins Cove, Brenda Taylor is concerned.
[SOT 17:45:07]
[IN Q=We come out pretty often]

((WE COME OUT PRETTY OFTEN, EVERY CHANCE WE GET, AND TODAY AS IT HAS IN THE LAST FEW WEEKS, IT'S JUST DOWN SOMETHING AWFUL.))
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[OUT Q=just down something awful.]

[STAND-UP CLOSE]
Officials say a couple of weeks of rainy weather will make a big difference here at the Cove.
In the meantime, they'll be keeping a close watch on the water level, and praying for rain.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Botetourt County))


[Stocks]


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The news from Wall Street is mixed today. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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[SUPER=430-y/43.84/9963.49/x/3.11/2563.17;]


The Dow fell 44 points, closing at 9963.
And Nasdaq made a 3-point gain.
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[ AE/ATT/Bank of America/Bell/Columbia]
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[Dana/Dimon/Dominion Resources/First Union/First VA]
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[General Electric/Kroger/Norfolk Southern/Optical Cable/Philip Morris]
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[Roanoke Electric Steel/SunTrust/Trigon/Wachovia/Walmart]

[Gay-Protest]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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President Clinton released his Hate Crimes Prevention Act today. He told Americans they must value their diversity.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem]

And as the President spoke, students at Roanoke College prepared for their own protest against hate. Tomorrow is the Day of Silence protest at college campuses across the country. Participating students will remain silent for nine hours. Their silence is supposed to represent oppression and silence of gays throughout the world.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=If you're participating]
[SUPER=01-Chris Severance/Lamda Alliance President]

[00:10:13] ((CHRIS SEVERANCE: IF YOU'RE PARTICIPATING IN THE DAY OF SILENCE IT DOESN'T MEAN YOU'RE A GAY OR LESBIAN OR BISEXUAL OR TRANSGENDERED. IT'S A QUESTION OF HUMANITY AND NOT LABELS.))
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[OUT Q=NOT LABELS.]
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About 200 students, faculty and staff at Roanoke College are expected to participate in the event. The protestors will be wearing T-shirts and holding signs that show their support for the cause. The protest will end at 5-PM tomorrow with a group scream.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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There is some evident opposition... just last night someone painted over one of the advertisement's for the event, with a passage from the Bible.


[Gov-Hotel]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Governor Jim Gilmore is a man on the move-- literally.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


The first family of Virginia is definitely moving out of the Executive Mansion this month for a restoration project expected to take several months.
But there may be a gap between the Mansion project beginning and the new rental digs in west Richmond being ready.


That may mean a few days at the Commonwealth Park Suites Hotel.
The hotel is just outside the southwest corner of Capitol Square.
And an administration source says the hotel has agreed to take in the Gilmore's mixed breed dog Sparky as part of the deal.
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[ANCHOR=denise]
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Coming up in sports, The Roanoke Express names an interim G-M, the Salem Avalanche hit the practice field in preparation for opening day.
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[VO-NAT]


And some rookies find out the learning curve can be very difficult at the Martinsville Speedway.
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[S-Express]


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The Express opens the playoffs tomorrow night at the Roundhouse against the Dayton Bombers, but this afternoon management took time to put the lid on some recent rumors surrounding the team.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Owner Joe Steffen says despite the team's recent financial woes, the club is NOT for sale!!!
Steffen says the owners have paid, or are working to pay all of the delinquint bills.
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[OUT Q=...totally square."]
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In other news from the ice today, Sean O'Connell was named the team's interim general manager.
The best of five series with Dayton opens tomorrow night. Games one, two and five will be played at the Roundhouse.


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New members of the Salem Avalanche were introduced to Southwest Virginia this afternoon.
For many of the players this is their first shot at pro-baseball. The team is untested but opening day is always one filled with hope.
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The Avalanche opens the season Thurday night at home against the Wilmington Blue Rocks.

[S-Baseball]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[WRITER=dal]
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The race has started again. Sammy Sosa has his chance to even the homerun count with Mark McGwire tonight in Houston.
The Cubs open thier season against the Astros.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO/ESPN;]


Mark McGwuire started '99 off in the same way he began the last season.
The St. Louis slugger smacked a dinger to the opposite field in last night's opener with Milwaukee.
THe Cardinals lost to the Brewers 10 to eight.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/This season;]


Virginin Tech Senior guard Lisa Witherspoon is the Virginia College Sports Information director's Women's Basketball player of the year.
Spoon is joined by teammate Tere Williams on the first team.
Tech Coach Bonnie Henrickson is the coach of the year.
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The Winston Cup circuit comes back to life this week in Bristol, but Mike Stevens says Martinsville was the place to be today - especially if you're a rookie.
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