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[ANCHOR=Eric]

[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=eea]
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Up next on News 7 at 11...
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[VO-NAT]


A group of workers at a Bedford plant vote to go on strike in two days.
A church group makes an unusual discovery while renovating an old house.
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And Blacksburg police are warning residents about a sexual assault suspect.
News 7 at 11 is up next.

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[Rubatex-Strike]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=99-43 6:33:11]
[GRAPHIC=Strike]


Union workers at Rubatex in Bedford will NOT return to work Monday, they'll hit the picket lines instead.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford]


Members of the United Steelworkers Local 240 met at the Bedford Middle School today.
They voted 299 to 12 in favor of a strike.
Union members rejected a new contract proposal, saying in includes unfair labor practices.
They say the new deal would require them to work different shifts, and pay part of their insurance
premiums. New employees would not be part of the pension plan.
Rubatex makes rubber products like sheets and tubing. Company officials were not available for comment.
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[Sexual-Assault]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=kwe]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=none]


The Blacksburg Police Department is asking for you help tonight to find a man who has been charged with indecent exposure and sexual assault. Since August 29 of this year this man has exposed himself to four females in downtown Blacksburg between College Avenue and Country Club Drive.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN PINNACLE] The man is described as a white male between the ages of 18 and 24. He stands between five foot nine and five foot eleven inches tall with light colored hair and a goatee. [TAKE FULL SCREEN PINNACLE] If you have any information please contact the Blacksburg Police department at 540-961-1150 or the Tipline at 540-981-1819.


[Clifton-Bones]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=99-26 1;46:35]
[GRAPHIC=none]


A church group made an unusual discovery while making repairs to a home in Clifton Forge.
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Clifton Forge]

They found what is suspected to be human bones. The bones were discovered when the group was digging underneath the porch of this house on Main Street that is more than 80 year old.
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[SOT 07:47:43]
[IN Q=There was a rib]
[SUPER=01-Glenn Linthicum/Clifton Forge Baptist Church]

((GLENN LINTHICUM/PASTOR CLIFTON FORGE BAPTIST CHURCH:THERE WAS A RIB BONE. SEVERAL BONES THAT I WOULD SAY WERE LEG BONES. THERE WERE VERTEBRAE AND THEN BROKEN CHIPS))
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[OUT Q=bone chips]
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[VO-NAT]

Investigators say there is a possiblity the bones could be from an animal. The Clifton Forge Police Department will be conducting tests to determine where they came from.
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[East-Timor]


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[WRITER=eea]
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President Clinton says it's possible U.S. troops could be involved in a peacekeeping mission to East Timor.
He says U.S. forces could be involved in airlift, logistics, and intelligence support.
The situation inside the country is increasing pressure for a United Nations mission.
Allen Pizzey has more.
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[IN Q=The charred wasteland]
[SUPER=03-Dili, East Timor; :00]
[SUPER=01-Sister Anne Forbes/Evacuee; :35]
[SUPER=01-Gen. Wiranto/Indonesian Defense Minister; :59-quick ]
[SUPER=01-Sir Jeremy Greenstock/U.N. Ambassador; 1:09]
[SUPER=01-Allen Pizzey/Reporting; 1:28]
[RUNS=1:52]
[OUT Q=CBS News, Jakarta]

((The charred wasteland the UN ambassadors found in East Timor apparently shocked even the Indonesian defense minister who accompanied them. General Wiranto said he would ask his government to consider allowing a UN peacekeeping mission in to quell the turmoil sooner rather than later.

NAT SOT General Wiranto


vo: The apparent about-turn in Indonesian policy wasn't enough to reassure civilians trapped in the UN compound however.

NAT SOT Weeping etc.


vo: The unimaginable horror that has driven 200,000 people from their homes in East Timor was graphically described by a nun who was evacuated to Australia.

SOT Sister Anne Forbes, Roman Catholic Nun (APTN ex-Darwin)


"After that second young boy, young man, was killed, they hammered his head with nails and they took their machetes and cut flesh off him and said 'now we've got meat."
vo: The failure of Indonesian troops to control the looting...murder...and terror spree of the militiamen was excused by General Wiranto.

SOT: General Wiranto, Indonesian Defence Minister


"I can understand it is very hard for them to shoot their own people and their brothers-in-arms."
vo: That didn't overly impress the UN ambassadors.

SOT Sir Jeremy Greenstock, British UN Ambassador


"What counts is a decision, an invitation, a change in the Indonesian attitude and we will have to wait for the real thing."
vo: Children and widows of Indonesian soldiers who died during more than twenty years of war there demonstrated outside the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta today...demanding that foreigners stay out of Indonesia's affairs.
o/c: This orchestrated demonstration is an indication of the tensions that exist in Indonesia over East Timor. The politicians gave the territory away...the military resents it...which leaves the question the question . . .who is setting policy now?
vo: The answer seems to be the military...and their track record of doing the right thing in East Timor is less than credible ...which means the jury is still out on the offer of UN peacekeepers. Allen Pizzy, CBS News, ))


[Tourist-Rescue]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=eea]
[TAPE#=net]
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A group of tourists stranded during a sight-seeing tour in Alaska were rescued today.
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[VO-NAT]
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Five cruise ship passengers and a helicopter pilot were stranded on top a glacier when their helicopter was forced down by bad weather.
They reportedly piled snow on the downed chopper, turning it into a makeshift igloo.
13 rescues were also stranded on the glacier when their helicopters were also forced to land.
There were no serious injuries, and everyone is now safely off the ice.
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[Urban-Business]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[WRITER=jha]
[TAPE#=99-35 00:44:55]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Thirty six businesses gathered in Roanoke this afternoon to show residents how much the valley has to offer.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]
The event is called Urban Business Appreciation Day --- it gives businesses in the Northwest area advertising and pr

omotion opportunities they normally would not have.
It also gave residents a chance to see what businesses are advancing in the area.
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[IN Q=to let everyone]
[SUPER=01-Nakia Price/Chamber of Commerce]

((NAKIA PRICE/ CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: TO LET EVERYONE KNOW THAT WE DO HAVE ACTUAL BUSINESS THAT PROSPER AND ARE GROWING WAS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING THAT EVERYONE GOT A CHANCE TO SEE FOR THEMSELVES.))
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[OUT Q=for themselves]


There were activities for everyone including music, food and face painting.
Between two and three thousand people participated in the event making it an even larger success than organizers had hoped.
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[SOT 16:22:28]
[IN Q=we didn't]

((NIKIA PRICE/ CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: WE DIDN'T EXPECT THIS BIG OF A TURNOUT, ESPECIALLY IN THE FIRST YEAR IT WAS ESTIMATED MAYBE ABOUT THREE TO FIVE HUNDRED TO BE QUITE HONEST.))
[SUPER=01-Nakia Price/ Chamber of Commerce]
[RUNS=:08]
[OUT Q=quite honest]


Coordinators say because of the successful turnout they plan to bring it back next year.
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[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[SS=None]

A lost city in Montgomery County may be brought back to life..the details coming up.
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[VO-NAT]

And find out why well water is being blamed for an outbreak of the E-Coli virus in New York and Illinois
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[Ecoli-breakout]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=eea]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Health workers in Illinois and New York are fighting E-Coli infections.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Washington Co., NY;]


The outbreak in New York has been traced to a County Fair North of Albany, where cow manure may have washed into a back-up well several people drank from.
More than 600 are infected.
79 year old Ernest Wester died yesterday.
His daughter says Fair officials never tested the well.
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[SOT 20:06:05]
[IN Q=there was no ]

((TRACEY WEAVER/VICTIM'S DAUGHTER; THERE WAS NO REASON FOR THE FAIR TO OPEN THAT OTHER WELL WITHOUT TESTING IT. IT JUST STANDS TO REASON THAT IF YOU'RE GOING TO OPEN A WELL THAT NEVER GETS USED, TEST IT.))
[SUPER=01-Tracey Weaver/Victim's Daughter;]
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[OUT Q=test it]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Menard Co., IL;]


In Illinois, they know where the outbreak started, but not how.
It was traced to a party in a cow pasture attended by 1800 people.
More than 100 are sick... health workers are trying to find out how they were exposed.
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[Coal-Park]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=99-25 1:45:12]
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It was once a booming business area in Montgomery County. These days many people don't know it ever existed.
But some local college students are hoping to change that.
Joy Sutton has details.
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[SUPER=07-Helen Hatcher;07]
[SUPER=01-Fred Lawson/Former Merrimac Coal Miner;25]
[SUPER=01-Mary LaLone/Radford University Professor;56 ]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Zelinski/Radford University Student;1:09]
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(( People who bike and walk along Huckleberry Trial are often unaware of the rich history surrounding them.
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[IN Q=I'd be glad to]

((HELEN HATCHER: I'D BE GLAD TO KNOW MYSELF, CAUSE IT WOULD BE INTERESTING TO FIND OUT WHAT IT WAS ALL ABOUT))
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[OUT Q=all about]


This area use to be a coal mining community -- complete with a hotel and it's own way of life -- until 1934 when the coal mine shut down.
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[SOT00:19:41]
[IN Q=At one time this]

((FRED LAWSON/FORMER MERRIMAC COAL MINER: AT ONE TIME THIS YOU SEE COAL MINING OPERATION HERE WAS ACTUALLY THE MAIN STAY IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY. EVERYTHING WAS BASED AROUND THIS INSTEAD OF TECH AND RADFORD ARSENAL))
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[SOT]
[IN Q=NAT Sound with students]

((NAT. SOUND FORMER MINERS TALKING WITH STUDENTS))
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Students from a Radford University anthropology class are learning about this once vibrant community. And they're developing a plan to turn this area into a coal mining heritage park.
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[SOT 21:25]
[IN Q=This is a hands]

((MARY LA LONE/RADFORD UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR: THIS IS A HANDS ON PROJECT WHERE THEY CAN LEARN HOW TO APPLY ANTHROPOLOGY, THEIR KNOWLEDGE TO HELP THE COMMUNITY DESIGN THIS PARK THAT WILL PROMOTE THE HERITAGE OF THE MINING IN THIS REGION))
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[OUT Q=in this region]


And the students say they already have many ideas.
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[SOT 23:51]
[IN Q=I'd like to see]

((JENNIFER ZELINSKI/RADFORD UNIVERSITY STUDENT: I'D LIKE TO SEE THE RECREATION OF SOME TOWN. SO IT ISN'T JUST LIKE THEIR IS A TRIAL IN THE MIDDLE OF THE WOOD. SO THAT YOU COULD SEE PART OF THE COAL MINING, PIECES OF MACHINERY, SOME OF THE HOUSES.))
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[OUT Q=of the houses]


The students plan to present their ideas to the community -- and are working with the Coal Mining Association.
So far the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors has voted to give about 70 thousand dollars to start the project.

That's good news for the students who want to make sure the history of the Merrimac mining community is never forgotten.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Montgomery County.))
















[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[SS=None]

One of our countries leaders had more then just a passion for politics.
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[VO-NAT]

Coming up in this week's "Time Off" we'll take you to Monticello and show you one of Thomas Jefferson's favorite past times.
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[lotto]

[SUPER=137-4 8 2/0 1 3 2/1 3 15 29 30/5 21 23 24 27 32/2 3 8 9 4 2][Monticello]



[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=Time Off]
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In the history books you read as a child, Thomas Jefferson was portrayed as one of the country's founding fathers, the third U-S President, and a master of architecture.
But Jefferson ALSO liked to get his hands dirty....
This week's "Time Off" profiles the gardens at Jefferson's home, Monticello.
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[IN Q=Thomas Jefferson ]
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[SUPER=01-Peter Hatch/Gardens and Grounds Dir.; :21]
[SUPER=01-Susan Stein/Curator; 1:03]
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((Thomas Jefferson was often quoted as saying "the greatest service which can be rendered any country is to add a useful plant to its culture..."
That's a bold statement for a former U-S President.
But gardening was said to be Jefferson's passion, and one that he cultivated throughout the grounds of his beloved Monticello.
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[SOT 11:30:26 ]

((PETER HATCH/GARDENS AND GROUNDS DIR.: GARDENING, I THINK WAS A GREAT EXPRESSION OF A LOT OF JEFFERSON'S BOTH SCIENTIFIC, BUT ALSO IT TELLS YOU A LOT ABOUT THOMAS JEFFERSON HIMSELF.)) [RUNS:07]
And thanks to Hatch and others who work to keep the gardens alive, there are still some 250 varieties of vegetables and countless types of rare flowers like the Princess Feather, Heliotrope, and African Marigolds.
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[SOT 11:06:34 ]

((PETER HATCH/GARDENS AND GROUNDS DIR.: MANY OF THESE PLANTS ARE DISAPPEARING FROM CULTIVATION THAT THOMAS JEFFERSON GREW. THEY WERE GROWN IN EARLY AMERICA. THEY WERE THE FOREFATHERS OF THE PLANTS WE GROW IN GARDENS TODAY.)) [RUNS:10]
Hatch says the recent rainfall has helped bring back a lot of color to the gardens, in which tours are offered every day.
The Fall season will also bring natural history walks and various workshops.
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[SOT 12:17:39]

((SUSAN STEIN/CURATOR: JEFFERSON HAD SUCH A DIVERSITY OF INTERESTS AND WAS SUCH A FOCUSED INDIVIDUAL THAT MANY, MANY PEOPLE AT MONTICELLO ARE DEVOTED JUST TO STUDYING WHAT ONE MAN ACCOMPLISHED IN ONE LIFETIME.)) [RUNS:16]
Stein has spent the past 14 years working at Monticello.
But even with the passage of time, she says each day brings new information about Jefferson's family, his home, and mostly, about the man himself.
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[SOT 12:18:32 ]

((SUSAN STEIN/CURATOR: I THINK MEET PEOPLE COME TO MONTICELLO BECAUSE THEY WANT TO LEARN ABOUT JEFFERSON AND THEY ALSO WANT TO EXPERIENCE THE PLACE, WHICH IS ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SPOTS IN ALL OF AMERICA.)) [RUNS:11]
As for the home itself, Monticello is the ONLY house in the U-S on the Unived Nation's prestigious World Heritage List of International Treasures.))
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[GRAPHIC=FS WDBJ ADDRESS]


It'd be a great day for a drive up there...For directions to Monticello, simply click on our website at W-D-B-J-7-DOT-COM.




[Habitat-Home]


[ANCHOR=Eric]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=99-38 00;13:56]
[GRAPHIC=none]
It's a first its kind for Habitat for Humanity --- a wheelchair accessible home.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Nat sound of hammers]

((NAT. SOUND OF HAMMERS.))
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[OUT Q=Nat sound of hammers]


A special lot had to be chosen for this home to make it easily accessible for it's new owner Kiona Howard.
This home and others are being built as part of a new revitalization project in the Loudon - Melrose Neighborhood.
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[SOT 1:19:45]
[IN Q=This summer habitat]

((TERRY SMITH/HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: THIS SUMMER HABITAT GOT THE DEED TO 8 LOTS IN THE LOUDON - MELROSE NEIGHBORHOOD AND WE'RE BUILDING ON FOUR OF THOSE LOTS THIS FALL))
[SUPER=01-Terry Smith/Habitat for Humanity]
[RUNS=9]
[OUT Q=those lots this fall]
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[VO-NAT]


Students from Roanoke College are helping to build the new wheelchair accessible home.
Habitat hopes this home will be ready before the end of the year.
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[SUPER=X5001;][S-Tech]



[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-37 (1:48:17)]
[GRAPHIC=Tech Logo]


It wasn't pretty but the Hokies of Virginia Tech picked up their second win of the season beating Alabama-Birmingham this afternoon 31 to 10.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="Frank Beamer...]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Hokies vs Blazers; :]
[SUPER=01-Andre Kendrick/Threw T.D. Pass; 1:01]
[SUPER=36-Virginia Tech/31/UAB/10; 1:20]
[SUPER=01-Lee Suggs/Scores 1st College T.D.; 1:30]
[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Virginia Tech Head Coach; 1:36]
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[OUT Q=...played good."]

((Frank Beamer leads the Hokies into Lane Stadium for the showdown with the Blazers.
On Tech's first possession the Hokies would use the air attack to jump on the Blazers. Here Dave Meyer connects with a diving Emmett Johnson in the back of the end zone for the 41 yard T-D play as Tech led 7 to nothing.
Not to be outdone the Hokies defense stepped it up early as well. U-A-B quarterback Daniel Dixon is picked off by Michael Hawkes who returns it across the field down the right sideline and into Blazer Territory.
Tech would put up points on the next possession Shane Graham boots this 22 yard field goal and the Tech lead was 10 to nothing late in the first quarter.
The Hokies last score of the half would come at the 9-44 mark as Shyrone Stith jumps the trough the defense for the 1 yard touchdown Tech led 17 to nothing.
The Hokies then pull a trick out of the bag. Here Andre Kendrick takes the handoff and tosses the halfback option pass to Andre Davis for the 35 yard touchdown pass play to make it 24 to 10 Tech.
Tech's defense would play tough the entire game but especially in the second half giving up only 28 yards and holding the Blazers scoreless with plays like this Nick Sorensen sack of the U-A-B quarterback.
Capping off the scoring for the Hokies is Lee Suggs, The fleming graduate goes up and over the goal line as the Hokies beat the Blazers 31 to 10.))
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[S-UVA]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-38 (1:58:23)]
[GRAPHIC=UVA Logo]


Virginia trailed 20 to nothing at the half and Clemson scored twice in the third quarter to put away the Cavaliers 33 to 14.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Clemson, SC/ABC SPORTS; :]


Virginia hoping to go 2 and 0 in the conference.
But early in the first quarter, Brandon Streeter hooks up with Brian Wofford on the 19 yard touchdown pass play and the Cavaliers trailed 7 to nothing.
Clemson would keep it in the air in the quarter. This time Streeter hits fullback Pat Cyrgalis on the short touchdown pass play and thte Tigers would go up 17 to nothing in the second.
It was 20 to nothing at the half then Clemson would score twice in the third quarter. Travis Zachery takes the handoff and scores on the three yard run to make it 27 to nothing Clemson.
[SUPER=36-Clemson/33/Virginia/14/;]


Virginia would score on the pass and this Thomas Jones touchdown run in the fourth quarter but Clemson holds on for the 33 to 14 win.
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[S-VMI]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-46 tc 20:15]
[GRAPHIC=VMI]


Next, we head up 81 where VMI and Concord squared off, both teams looking for the first win of the season.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington;]


Cal McCombs first home opener turned out to be a lucky one as the Keydets broke an 11 game losing streak with the 15-to-14 win.
VMI scores midway through the first quarter as Trey Frost takes the hand off and scoots 32 yards to ground zero, the attempt for two is good and it's eight-nothing Keydets.
But in the second quarter the Mountain Lions would tie it as Tyler Hull finds Ryshaune Ward with the pass. It's good for 31 yards and the score. The game is locked up at eight.
[super=36-Concord/14/VMI/15;]


The VMI defense assured the win when TY Williams makes the interception and then the 65 yard return and the Keydets pick up their first 'W' of the season with the 15-14 victory as the expense of Concord.
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[S-Ferrum]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-33 (2:03:14)]
[GRAPHIC=Ferrum Logo]


The Ferrum Panthers faced a big test at home today hosting Emory and Henry.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ferrum/Panthers vs Wasp; :]


The Panthers head to the field to do battle with the Wasps.
Emory and Henry gets on the board in the first quarter when tailback Oliver Jordan of Alleghany County dives over from the one to make the score 6 to nothing.
But the Panthers answered the call in the second quarter Phillip Hairston puts it into the air and hits Tony Childress on the 16 yard touchdown pass play but Ferrum Trailed 9 to 7.
[SUPER=36-Emory & Henry/12/Ferrum/7/;]


The Wasps would add this Chris Epperley field goal in the first half and hold on to beat the Panthers 12 to 7.
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[S-College]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=College Football]


Penn State dodged the bullet today for that and all of the college scores lets check the boards.
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And coming up, The Winston Cup Drivers were in Richmond tonight.
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And Serena Williams wins the U-S Open tennis championship.
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Tony Stewart gets his first Winston Cup win at Richmond tonight.
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Rick Mast would get in trouble early hitting the wall on the left side but he was able to get the car to the pit.


The strongest car on the track belonged to Tony Stewart and he was leading the race after 125 laps Jeff Gordon was second.
Then on lap 170 Chad Little hits the wall bringing out the third caution of the night.
Gordon would lead 18 laps after the re-start but Tony Stewart would pass Gordon and he was the leader at the half way mark of the race.
Dale Earnhardt Junior and Jimmy Spencer get together Spencer hits the wall bringing out the sixth caution of the race.
But Stewart would keep his Joe Gibbs Pontiac up front and he takes the checkered winning the Exide 400 for his first win on the Winston Cup circuit.
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Bobby Labonte was second, Dale Jarrett third, Sterling Marlin fourth and Kenny Irwin fifth.



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Serena Williams has beaten her sister Venus to a grand slam title by beating Martina Hingis in the U-S open Final.

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Williams and Hingas would go to battle in the final on center Court.
Williams would win the first set 6-3. Then with double match point she dropped three straight games however she would win the second set tiebreaker as Venus and the rest of the family watched from center court.
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Eric Milton has joined the ranks of no-hit pitchers.
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Today in Minneapolis, Milton pitched a no hitter in Minnesota's 7 to nothing win over Anaheim.


Milton capped the gem by fanning Jeff Davanon for his 13-th strikeout in the game. He's the fourth pitcher in Twins history to throw a no hitter and the first since Scott Erickson did it against Milwaukee in 1994.
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