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Up next on News 7 at 11...
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Roanoke residents fight crime with chainsaws and weedeaters... we'll show you how.
Some North Carolina residents are cleaning up after Floyd's flooding, some are still waiting.
And a killer dust storm causes a major pileup on a west coast interstate.
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News 7 is next.

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((IT'S ALSO A MESSAGE FROM US, IT'S OUR TURF AND WE'RE TAKING OUR TURF BACK))
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A local neighborhood joins forces with Roanoke City Police -- to make their community safer.
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Good Evening, I'm Eric Earnhart.


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It's called crime prevention through environmental design --- and it's one communities way of getting tough.


Joy Sutton has the story.
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The Roanoke City C.O.P.E unit is doing yard work along with residents who live in this northwest neighborhood.
This is not only effort to spruce up Jacques Victor's yard-- but a crime prevention method.
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((SGT.JAMES FAZIO/ROANOKE CITY C.O.P.E: WE'RE RIDDING THE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE CRIMINAL ELEMENT WE'RE TRYING TO CUT THINGS DOWN TO MAKE THINGS MORE VISIBLE))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTER: AS YOU CAN SEE SOME OF THE BUSHES ARE UP TO 8 TO 10 FT HIGH AND RESIDENTS IN THIS COMMUNITY SAY THESE WERE USED AS HIDING PLACES))
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((JOYCE ARJOMANDINIA/RESIDENT: WHEN THE POLICE WOULD BE CALLED THEY WOULD THROW DRUGS IN THE BUSHES THEIR GUNS IN THE BUSHES, THE BUSHES KEPT MR. VICTOR FROM LIVING HIS LIFE IN THIS HOME THE WAY HE SHOULD'VE BEEN.))
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And residents say this is their way of taking back their neighborhood.
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((JOYCE ARJOMANDINIA/RESIDENT: BY HAVING THE C.O.P.E TEAM OUT HERE AND ALL OF US. AS WELL AS GETTING THE HEDGES DOWN THAT THEY HIDE IN, THAT'S JUST GIVING THEM THE MESSAGE THAT WE'RE NOT GOING TO TOLERATE IT ANYMORE))
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((DARLEEN BUTLER/RESIDENT:IT SHOWS THAT WE CARE ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY AND THAT WE'RE NOT GOING TO MOVE AWAY. WE'RE GOING TO STAND AND WE'RE GOING TO MAKE THE COMMUNITY BETTER FOR THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE HERE))
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And Sergeant Fazio says that's important -- everyone working together to combat crime.
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((SGT JAMES FAZIO/ROANOKE CITY C.O.P.E: WE CAN'T DO THE JOB OURSELVES. THEY CAN'T DO THE JOB THEMSELVES. SO WE WORK TOGETHER TO TRY AND HELP THIS AREA UP))
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And although Fazio says this could be a slow process -- residents say they won't give-up until all the drugs and crime are out of this neighborhood.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))






















[Brown]


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A former Lynchburg probation officer and Baptist minister has been charged with taking indecent liberties with a minor.
Daryl Brown waived his preliminary hearing in Bedford County. Brown is accused of taking indecent liberties with one of his clients, a girl under the age of 18.
The charge dates back to February 24th.
Yesterday a judge certified the charge to a grand jury scheduled to meet next week.
Brown resigned as pastor of Bold Branch Baptist Church after the charges were filed.


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A small plane narrowly missed a crowd of people when it crashed into downtown Nashville this morning.
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The plane hit a residential section of town... witnesses say it lost a wing as it circled the neighborhood, crashed into a vacant house and caught fire.
Hundreds of people were crowded into a Farmer's Market just a couple of blocks away.
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((NEIGHBOR; IT WAS A GOOD SHAKE, IT FELT LIKE AN EARTHQUAKE, LIKE A TREMOR, THE WHOLE BUILDING KIND OF RATTLED, I MEAN, WHAT WAS THAT? I'M USED TO TREMORS BUT I'M IN TENNESSEE NOW. IT WAS JUST A MIRACLE THAT GUY MISSED THOSE BUILDINGS.
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Two men in the plane died, their name's have NOT been released. NO one on the ground was hurt.
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The cost of flooding from Hurricane Floyd in North Caroline is rising to record levels.
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In Tarboro, almost every business in town was hit by flooding.
Owners say they won't be able to reopen for months, if ever.
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((SHERRY DANIELS/BUSINESS OWNER; ONCE WE GET CLEANED UP WE CAN GET BACK TO HALF-WAY NORMAL AND THEN MAYBE NEXT YEAR WILL BE A NEW YEAR FOR US IN THE TARBORO AREA.
CLARA DANIELS/BUSINESS OWNER; IT TAKES A LITTLE SOMETHING OUT OF YOU, BUT YET AND STILL I SAY IF WE MADE IT BEFORE I THINK GOD WILL LET US MAKE IT AGAIN. ))
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Residents of Princeville have it as tough as anybody. The Tar river is still flowing through the town, and it may take another week for floodwaters to recede here.
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((PRINCEVILLE RESIDENT; WELL, ITS ROUGH BECAUSE WHEN YOU GO BACK IN AND YOU SEE YOUR HOUSE AND IT S COVERED WITH WATER AND ALL THAT YOU HAD YOU KNOW ALL THE MEMORIES OF EVERYTHING THERE HAVE JUST BEEN WASHED AWAY. IT S HARD BUT WITH THE GRACE OF GOD, MAN, THAT S WHAT I THINK KEEPS ALL OF US SANE,WHAT KEEPS ALL OF US SANE. ))
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The Red Cross says the recovery process will take years.
State officials now estimate the damage at six billion dollars, the most expensive disaster in North Carolina history.
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Both southbound lanes on Interstate 81 in Augusta County are have reopened tonight. A 35 foot deep sinkhole forced the lanes to be closed for nearly 36 hours while the area was excavated. The sinkhole started as a six inch depression Thursday afternoon and eventually grew 70 feet across. This was the fourth sinkhole on interstate 81 this month.

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Habitat for Humanity had something to celebrate in New York today.
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And they did it with sledge hammers.
Jimmy Carter and other dignitaries took the first blows against the side of a building that will be delolished on West 134th Street.
In September, Habitat will build it's 100-thousandth house.
City volunteers will help put it together.
Its part of the Jimmy Carter Work Project 2000.
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[Asthma]


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Nearly 15 million Americans suffer from asthma -- and many people don't even know they have it.
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Today, local physicians were offering free asthma screening at the Valley View Mall.
It's all part of an effort to detect the disease early, especially in children.
For some children, if they go untreated, can suffer from irreversible lung damage.
Physicians say many people are not aware of the symptoms.
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((DR.GATES HOOVER/ALLERGIST: OFTEN TIMES IT'S MISDIAGNOSED. A LOT PEOPLE THINK I JUST GET A LOT OF BRONCHITIS DURING THE WINTER TIME. OTHER PEOPLE LIMIT THEMSELVES WITH EXERCISE. THEY OFTEN SAY JEES I'M GETTING TIRED, I'M GETTING OVERWEIGHT, GETTING OUT OF SHAPE OR GETTING OLD, BUT THAT'S NOT NECESSARILY TRUE. A LOT OF TIMES ASTHMA REALLY AFFECT PEOPLES LIFE STYLES))
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Some of the common symptoms associated with asthma are coughing, chest tightness, wheezing and shortness of breath.


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Still to come on News 7, a Roanoke radio station cancels their format and then puts it back on, we'll take a look back in this week's Business Review.
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And find out what caused this deadly 50 car pile up on an Oregon highway this morning, the details coming up.
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At least six people were killed when a blinding dust storm hit a highway in Oregon.
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It happened near Hermiston this morning. High winds kicked up dust on Interstate 84, and motorists continued driving into the cloud.
At least 50 vehicles collided with each other.
23 people had to be hospitalized.
The highway was closed all day.
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If you watch T-V to shop at home ... your order might soon be processed in your back yard.
And one radio station's on-again, off-again format leaves listeners wondering what's going on.
Scott Goldberg has those stories and more in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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(([NOTHING ON CHROMAKEY THIS WEEK] [99-28 at 1:25:02, NAPA, ]
This week on the Review ... jobs coming into and getting shipped out of the area.
In Roanoke, Home Shopping Network says it's opening a new call center ... delivering 150 jobs...
The NAPA auto-parts distribution center is pulling out of town ... leaving 70 workers behind. [99-34 at 50:28]
At the Radford Arsenal, there's been an explosion in the demand for one line of ammunition.
And that could bring more than 50-jobs to town.
The new workers will pack propellant into bullets. [99-30 at 1:30:02]
The Vistar Eye doctors are trying one more time to get the state to see things their way.
They're appealing the health commissioner's decision from last year ...
That denied the doctors permission to build an eye-surgery center outside of Carilion hospitals. [99-31 at 1:11:54]
North Carolina's loss could be Southside's gain.
Rains from Hurricane Floyd swamped Carolina tobacco fields.
Farm Service agents say that could mean higher prices for crops grown in Virginia. [99-31 at 1:06:42 or 99-37- 46:16]
Modern-rock listeners tuned in and got ticked off this week when they heard easy-listening music on Z-101.
But just days after the station dumped its format saying modern-rock couldn't bring in advertisers ... it switched back to bands like Korn and Cake ... saying managers were inundated with phone calls begging them to stay.
The station swears the whole thing was not a publicity stunt. [DOW JONES PRE PRO]
It was a record-breaking week on Wall Street.
The Dow Industrials tumbled 524-points -- the worst one-week drop ever.
The Nasdaq plunged 129-points.
That's this week's Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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It's the first of it's kind for Roanoke -- a special education conference.
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The one day workshop teaches parents professional ways to improve the quality of life for those with disabilities.
53 people from around the region participated in the conference sponsored by the Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center.
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((DEBBIE PITTS/ROANOKE CO. PARKS AND RECREATION: IT'S GIVING PARENTS AND PROFESSIONALS THE INFORMATION THEY NEED TO ADVOCATE FOR THEIR CHILDREN OR THEIR CLIENTS AND TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY'RE GETTING THE QUALITY SERVICES THEY'RE ENTITLED TO))
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Sponsors of the workshop are hoping to make it an annual event.
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Coming up, we'll take you to a celebration to remember the good ole days on Henry Street.
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Plus it's a view for the birds -- but you can also caught a glimpse of the scenery if you're willing to take the hike, the story coming up in this week's Time Off.
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This week's "Time Off" segment is REALLY for the birds....
For decades now, hiking enthusiasts and birdwatchers have been making the up- hill trek to the Hanging Rock Lookout Tower where the view is nothing short of spectacular.
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((At 31- hundred feet into the air, it's virtually a BIRD'S EYE view....
Visitors come by the thousands each year to the Hanging Rock Lookout Tower, just to catch a glimpse of their favorite feathered creatures.
But it's not an EASY stroll to get here... the trail begins at the top of Peters Mountain in West Virginia.
Hikers who make the one- mile climb should dress in layers due to rapidly changing tempeatures, wear sturdy shoes and also carry water.
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((JIM LAIGNEL/FOREST RECREATION MANAGER: WE GET A LOT OF BIRD WATCHERS UP HERE IF YOU NOTICE, TODAY WE'VE GOT QUITE A FEW, PROBABLY ABOUT 20. IT'S ALSO A GOOD HIKING TRAIL, PROBABLY ABOUT A MILE WALK IN FROM THE PARKING LOT AND YOU CAN LOOK AROUND. THE SCENERY'S BEAUTIFUL UP HERE, NOT JUST THE BIRDS AND STUFF. BUT YOU CAN SEE OVER 100 MILES ON A NICE, CLEAR DAY UP HERE.)) [RUNS:17]
September and October are among the best months to watch for hawks and other birds, as they begin their yearly migration south.
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((HOW MANY BIRDS DID YA'LL COUNT UP HERE LAST YEAR? DO YOU REMEMBER? RIGHT AROUND 4,000.)) [RUNS:03]
Mona (Monna) Lou Deaver has been coming to the lookout tower for the last 12 years, when her husband got her interested in bird watching.
The Deavers' home is just down the mountain in nearby Union, West Virginia.
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((MONA LOU DEAVER/BIRD WATCHER: WE BUILT SHRUBS AND GROW WILDFLOWERS FOR THE BIRDS. SO, THIS WAS JUST AN EXTENSION OF OUR LOVE OF THE BIRDS. Kimberly McBroom/News 7: How do you identify them? Do you lok for a specific type of bird? DEAVER: WELL, I FEEL LIKE I'M STILL LEARNING. YOU LOOK FOR THE RED- TAIL HAWK AND FOR THE BROAD WINGS, AND THE EAGLES, OF COURSE. EVERYBODY GOES CRAZY WHEN THE EAGLES COME.)) [RUNS:28]
Hanging Rock was used as a fire observatory tower until 19-72.
The tower ITSELF fell victim to arson in 19-96, but was re-built a year later.
As much as it discourages vandalism, the forest service still keeps the tower accessible to the public.
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((JIM LAIGNEL/FOREST RECREATION MANAGER: IT'S OPEN ALL YEAR AND 24 HOURS A DAY. YOU CAN SLEEP UP HERE OVERNIGHT, BRING A SLEEPING BAG WITH YOU IF YOU WANT TO AND SLEEP INSIDE HERE.)) [RUNS:08]
Then, you can watch and listen for the OWLS.....))
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[Henry-Street]


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It's a time to remember and a time to celebrate one of Roanoke's oldest communities.
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It's the 10th annual Henry Street Heritage Festival.
The event commemorates Henry Street's historical past as a once vibrant community booming with a number of black-owned businesses.
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There was live music -- and a variety of booths -- from African artifacts and art, to booths where folks could register to vote.
The N-Double-A-C-P used the festival to kick-off it's membership drive.
The event is sponsored by the Harrison Museum of African-American culture.
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The Virginia Cavaliers went to Provo to take on the Cougars of Brigham Young.
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A look at the Mountains behind Cougar Stadium.
And the Cavaliers came out throwing. On Virginia's first possession Dan Ellis hits Anthony Southern who scores on the 15 yard pass play to make it 7 to nothing Cavaliers.
After a Cougar turnover, Ellis puts it up again. This time he hits Kevin Coffey he takes it to the house from 25 yards out and the Cavaliers led 14 to nothing with 6 minutes left in the first.
Virginia's Thomas Jones would make it a 21 to nothing lead when he scores on the 23 yard T-D run to end the first quarter.
B-Y-U scored with 7 minutes left in the second but moments later Thomas Jones takes off and scores from 45 yards out to make it 28 to 6 and Virginia leads 35 to 19 in the third quarter.
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Ferrum College went on the prow this afternoon looking for its second win of the season.
The prey this afternoon was an oh and two Bridgewater team.
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The Panthers lead this series winning all seven of the previous meetings and coach Dave Davis was trying to fire up his team and get victory number eight over the Eagles.
Ferrum seemed to have an easy time of moving the ball on the opening drive Phil Hairston hits Kodi Smith to get inside the Bridgewater 10.
Just a few plays later the Panthers draw first blood when Hairston finds Tony Childress in the corner of the zone for a seven to nothing lead.
[Super=36-Bridgewater/14/Ferrum/7;]


But with the score locked up at seven the Eagle special teams blocked this field goal attempt at the end of the first half. Bridgewater took that momentum and used it to get its first victory of the season and first over Ferrum 14 to 7 in overtime.
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[S-Noles]


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Florida State upped its record to 4 and 0 with a 42 to 10 win over North Carolina.
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The Tar Heels enter the stadium before the start of the game.
But Florida State would take the early leading. Leading 7 to nothing Travis Minor takes the handoff cuts it back to the inside scoring from the five and the Seminoles led 14 to nothing.
[SUPER=36-Florida St./42/UNC/10/;]


Another rough day for Ronald Curry. On this play Shawn Key makes the pick and returns it 30 yards for the score the Noles win it 42 to 10.
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[S-Wake]


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Wake Forest pulled off the big Upset in the A-C-C today beating 25-th ranked N.C. State 31 to 7.
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[SUPER=03-Winston-Salem, NC/SUN; :]


The crowd heading into Grove Stadium for the Kickoff.
N.C. State's Jamie Sankey hooks up with Rashon Spikes on this 19 yard touchdown pass play and the Wolfpack trailed 14 to 7 in the first quarter.
[SUPER=36-Wake Forest/31/N.C. State/7/;]


Wake's Morgan Kane rushed for 147 yards and three touchdowns as the Deacons beat State 31 to 7.
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V-M-I lost on the road tonight while Washington and Lee and Emory and Henry pick up wins.
For all of the scores lets check the boards.
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And coming up, We'll go to the Hill City for highlights of the Virginia 10 miler the Red Sox beat the Orioles today.
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And the United States will need a big comeback to keep the Ryder Cup.
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The Red Sox snapped a three game losing streak beating Baltimore 4 to 1.
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Red Sox pitcher Ramon Martinez warming up.
He would get help in the bottom of the third. Scott Hatteberg hits this solo homer over the right centerfield wall and the Red Sox jumped out to the 1 to nothing lead.
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Boston would break a 1 to 1 tie in the fourth when Brian Daubach sends one over the Green Monster and the Red Sox win it 4 to 1.
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Cincinnati moved into a tie for the top spot in the National League Wild Card race with the Mets.
And Greg Vaughn set a team record by hitting his 14-th homer this month as the Reds beat the Cardinals.
And here are tonight's scores.
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The United States trails 10 to 6 after two days of the Ryder Cup.
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Only 5 teams have come back in the final round after being down.
The Americans were led by the duo of David Duval and Phil Mickelson. Here Duval nails the long birdie putt and they would win their round in the afternoon.
But the team of Sergio Garcia and Jesper Parnevik continued to light up the course. Paranevik chips in from 35 feet he and Garcia are 3-0-and 1 after 2 days.
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They were pounding the pavement early this morning in Lynchburg for the 26th running of the Virignia Ten Miler.
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More than a thousand runners took part in this year's event, which also included a four- mile race for the first time.
From the beginning the race belonged to 1997 Ten Miler champ Peter Githuka (gi-THOO-ka) of Kenya.
Githuka established a BIG early lead and finished in 47 minutes 11 seconds.. a minute- 45 ahead of the second place finisher, two- time New York City marathon champion John Kagwe (KAG-way).
Margaret Kagiri (ka-GEER-ee), also of Kenya, took the women's division with a time of 50 minutes, 42 seconds.
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Casey Atwood picks up his second Busch win of the season taking the checkered flag in the MBNA Gold 200 in Dover.


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The 19 year old Atwood had his hands full in the final laps and he would hold off veteran Randy Lajoie to get the victory.
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Lajoie was second, Jeff Green third, Tony Raines fourth and Kenny Irwin fifth.


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