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Coming up on News 7-
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What's being done to help the disabled get where they want to go?
An explosion at a Wythe County Truck stop- when a gas pump bursts into flames.
And Jesse Ventura meets up with Dave Letterman- a preview of his appearance coming up.
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News 7 is coming up next.
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Does the Roanoke Valley meet the challenge for disabled residents who rely on public transportation?
Many say the answer is no.
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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.

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Some disabled people say getting around the Roanoke Valley is a traveling dilemma.
As Joy Sutton reports, one local group is trying to change that.
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(( For Melissa Boder the Valley Metro Star is her only form of transportation.
It's a specialized transit system offering arranged rides for disabled residents in Roanoke.
But Boder says the Star has its limitations because it does not go to Roanoke County -- so she can only travel in the city.
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((MELISSA BODER: IT IS ISOLATING THERE ARE NO TWO WAYS ABOUT IT.))
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((MELISSA BODER:IT MAKES IT REAL DIFFICULT TO TRY AND KEEP IN CONTACT WITH PEOPLE THAT I'VE KNOWN FOR YEARS BECAUSE THEY'RE ALL SPREAD OUT IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS))
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And Boder says since the bus doesn't run on Sunday, she can't go to church.
Karen Michalski with the Regional Network of Transportation says many people who are disabled are frustrated with the system.
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[IN Q=Right now transportations]

((KAREN MICHALSKI/REGIONAL NETWORK OF TRANSPORTATION: RIGHT NOW TRANSPORTATION IS SO FRAGMENTED, IT'S UNAVAILABLE IN CERTAIN AREAS, CERTAIN TIMES AND REALLY NOT MEETING THE NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE IN THE VALLEY))
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The Star is one of two bus systems available to disabled residents in the Roanoke Valley --one runs in the city, the other in the county--and a person can only choose one of them.
But Michalski says the Regional Network for Transportation is trying to make things better.
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[IN Q=We went ahead]

((KAREN MICHALSKI/REGIONAL NETWORK FOR TRANSPORTATION: WE WENT AHEAD AND APPLIED FOR ANOTHER GRANT TO EXTEND OUT ON 460 CORRIDOR WHERE THERE'S A LOT OF EMPLOYERS AND ALSO OUT ON BRAMBELTON WHERE THERE IS A LOT OF PHYSICIANS. WE CONTACTED BUSINESSES TO SEE IF THEY WERE INTERESTED IN SUBSIDIZING TRANSPORTATION))
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The goal is to create a regional transportation system so that the Roanoke Valley is accessible to all its residents.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))















[Wythe-Explosion]


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A man is in critical condition tonight after an explosion at a Wythe County truck stop.
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34- year old Ernest Wade Osborne of Elk Creek was injured when the gas pump he was working on exploded in flames earlier today.
It happened around nine- thirty at the Flying J- Truck stop.
Sheriff's officials believe a truck towing a camper may have ignited fumes-- coming from the gas pump Osborne was working on.
Osborne suffered second and third degree burns over half of his body.
Another man who tried to help him was burned on his arm.
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[County-Schools]


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The school construction debate in Roanoke County takes a surprising turn.
Supervisors Chairman Bob Johnson wrote a letter to the school board offering to take control of the south county high school project.
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Johnson says he believes the county can construct the high school on time and under budget. He says the facility would include all of the components recently eliminated by the School Board because of budgetary constraints.
In the letter, he writes that students get the facilities they need, the school board gets the structure it desires without financial risk, and the board of supervisors ensures careful stewardship of taxpayer dollars.
Members of the school board are skeptical.
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((BILL IRVIN/ROANOKE CO. SCHOOL BOARD: CERTAINLY ALL OF US ARE LOOKING FOR LESS EXPENSIVE WAYS TO DO THINGS, BUT I WOULD HAVE A LOT OF QUESTIONS AS TO WHAT WOULD BE INVOLVED IN ORDER TO ACCOMPLISH WHAT SEEMS TO BE OFFERED.))
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The school board hasn't discussed the letter yet, but Irvin says he was elected to oversee school issues including new construction.
And he says he would be reluctant to turn over that responsibility to the Board of Supervisors.

[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

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[Toss back to anchor][Patients-bill]


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It's a bill that would give patients more strength fighting big insurance companies....
So it's not surprising that insurance company lobbyists showed up in force on Capitol Hill today- but did the big lobby win?
Bob Scheiffer has results of today's house vote on the Patients Bill of Rights.
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[not a standard outcue!!!] ((YOU'RE BLOCKING THE SIDEWALK..YOU NEED TO KEEP THE SIDEWALK CLEAR FOR THE MEMBERS.
The Insurance Industry had poured millions into blocking reform and was taking no chances.

SOT LAHOOD: IT LOOKS LIKE THEY'VE MOVED THEIR OFFICES UP HERE FOR THE

AFTERNOON.
But for all the arm twisting and all the legislative road blocks thrown up by Republican Leaders who sided with the insurance companies, a bi-partisan group of legislators banded together and against great odds, passed the reform bill.

(Floor) For all it's power the lobby just couldn't match the HMO horror

stories from constituents that members brought to the floor.

(SOTBONIOR): SHE DESPERATELY NEEDED TO SEE A SPECIALIST, BUT HER HMO WAS

WORRIED ABOUT THE COST//(STABENOW): JESSICA DIED WHILE HER FAMILY WAS FIGHTING THE HMO//THE HMO BUREAUCRAT DEMANDED THE PATIENT TO BE SENT HOME.//(BARRETT): THE PATIENT WENT HOME, SWALLOWED A BOTTLE OF ANTI-FREEZE AND KILLED HIMSELF.
The legislation passed by the house not only gives patients the right to sue hmos that wrong them..it guarantees immediate access to care in an emergency and prompt access to specialists.
The President was delighted.

SOT-CLINTON- THIS IS THE SORT OF THING AMERICA WANTS US TO DO. WE CAN

WORK TOGETHER ACROSS PARTY LINES TO GET THINGS DONE. THERE WILL BE PLENTY FOR THE TWO PARTIES TO ARGUE ABOUT IN GOOD CONSCIENCE IN THE COMING ELECTION.
And at the capitol, the winning side was euphoric. DINGELL: WE HAVE A LOT TO REJOICE BUT THE TIME FOR REJOICING IS NOT HERE WE CAN HAVE A LITTLE FUN BUT WE'VE GOT TO GO BACK TO WORK. That's because Senators must also approve the reforms when the bill goes to a conference committee.))

[Congress-Votes]


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The bill found little support among western Virginia's congressmen.
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[vo-nat]
Ninth District Democrat Rick Boucher did vote for it.
But Fifth District Democrat Virgil Goode was against it. Goode says he believes the bill will destroy Virginia's efforts to control malpractice lawsuit awards.
Sixth District Republican Bob Goodlatte also voted no.
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[Gilmore-Jones]


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Governor Jim Gilmore says he's NOT aware of the criminal record of a candidate he's endorsed.
But if voters are... they can consider it.
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Blacksburg businessman Jim Jones is challenging longtime Democratic Senator Madison Marye.
Jones has a misdemeanor assault conviction from 1993.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: UH, YOU KNOW, JIM JONES HAS PUT HIMSELF OUT AS A CANDIDATE. HIS RECORD WILL BE SCRUTINIZED. AND I THINK HIS OPPONENT'S WILL AS WELL. AND THE PEOPLE CAN MAKE THAT KIND OF DECISION. AND THAT'S WHAT OF COURSE THE ELECTION IS ALL ABOUT.))
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Jones says he was wrongfully convicted in 1993 of "unwanted touching" of a 21 year old female employee.

[Bell-Atlantic]


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Reverse directory assistance is on its way in Virginia.
The State Corporation Commission has approved "Call 54."
It's costs 75 cents- The service allows a caller to get a street address and name if they have just a phone number.

Or you could get a phone number and name if you just have a street address.
The Commission approval comes after staff members recommended denial because of privacy issues.




[Rubatex]


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After a month of silence, the union striking at Rubatex has said what it means by "unfair labor practices."
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The United Steelworkers Local 240 released its first public statement today ... saying Rubatex is guilty of "regressive" bargaining.
The union says Rubatex wants workers to take a step backward -- getting less take-home pay.
The union says the company wants workers to pay more for health insurance but isn't willing to raise pay enough to offset the cost.
For its part, Rubatex has scheduled a meeting with reporters tomorrow.
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An accident leaves one Danville street looking like a river.
We'll have details.
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And wait 'til you hear who's thinking of running for President.
What do political spectators think?
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((Everyone is waiting see if at the white house it's Trump, Trump, Trump in flashing lights.))
[OUT-Q=in flashing lights.]
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We'll have the story coming up.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey sports fans check this out, The Girls were on the court tonight we'll have some of the highlights, Florida State wide receiver Peter Warrwick is suspended indefinitely after being charged with grand theft, The Indians use the long ball to go two up on the Red Sox in their divisional playoff series and Tony Stewart and his car owner Joe Gibbs lend a hand to Habitat for Humanity.
All that and more coming up in sports.))
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[Internet-Law]


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15 Internet service providers, including several Virginia-based companies say the Commonwealth's new Internet decency law is UNconstitutional.
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The companies have filed a federal lawsuit to have the state law overturned.
It took effect in July.
It prohibits the "knowing display" for a commercial purpose of material that is "harmful to juveniles."
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((JOHN LOGALBO/PSINet: IT CREATES REAL PROBLEMS FOR INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS BECAUSE EACH ONE OF THE 50 STATES COULD DECIDE FOR THEMSELVES WHAT'S APPROPRIATE FOR MINORS AND WHAT'S NOT.))
[sot 14:15:36]

((MARK EARLEY/VIRGINIA ATTORNEY GENERAL: THERE'S ALREADY A FEDERAL STATUTE THAT MAKES IT PRETTY CLEAR THAT THIS DOESN'T APPLY TO INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS. IT REALLY APPLIES TO THE PEOPLE WHO ARE PUTTING OUT THE INFORMATION OVER THE INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER NETWORK.))
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The General Assembly just approved the new law in April.



[Trump]


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Trump one up for the latest contender in the Presidential race.-
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Tycoon Donald Trump is considering a run at the White House.
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((I'M NOT...... IT'S JUST TERRIBLE.))
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Trump says polls show he would do well- so he's exploring a run with the Reform Party.
The real estate magnate is meeting tonight with the Party's leading elected official- Minnesota Governor Jesse Vent

ura.
Trump says he will decide if he will seek the nomination early next year.
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A Danville street was transformed into a rushing river after a car hit a fire hydrant there earlier today.
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Police say 41-year old Alan Keith McDaniel lost consciousness while driving his van.
It veered into oncoming traffic and took out a fire hydrant near Piedmont Mall.
That flooded parts of Piedmont Drive and caused a waterfall in the mall parking lot.
Authorities say the water took away six feet of dirt supporting the street.
The driver of the car is in stable condition.
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Two Lynchburg men are hoping to turn an old downtown warehouse into the city's newest night spot.
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Greg Powell and Raymond Burford are putting a half million dollars into the renovation of this century- old building on Jefferson Street.
The club will feature a restaurant, bar and dance floor where blues singers and jazz bands will perform.
Powell and Burford say the city needs to attract more people to the riverfront.
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((GREG POWELL/ENTREPRENEUR: JUST DIFFERENT PLACES TO GO TO HAVE SOME ENTERTAINMENT HERE IN THE DOWNTOWN RIVERFRONT AREA. JUST TO SHOW THAT THE OPPORTUNITY IS HERE AND WE CAN BE SUCCESSFUL AND THAT'S WHAT WE'RE PLANNING ON, WE'RE PLANNING ON BEING HERE FOR A WHILE.))
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Powell hopes to have his rhythm and blues club open sometime in December.
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A miraculous story of survival - a woman trapped in an ice-packed river for hours speaks to the public today.
We'll have details.
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[VO-NAT]


And Jesse Ventura opens his mouth again - this time with Dave Letterman. We'll have a preview.
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Pick 3:
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Pick 4:
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(zero, two, nine, eight)


Cash 5:
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She fell into an ice-packed river, was immersed more than two hours...
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[15:06:58]
[SUPER=03-Tronsoe, Norway]

and lived to tell about it.
Today Anna (Bay-genholm) Baagenholm spoke about her brush with death 5 months ago.
She fell into a Norwegian river while skiing. Friends held her afloat with their skis until help arrived.
Her body temperature fell to a record-low 55 degrees... Today doctors showed the ultrasound of her heart, as it started to beat again.
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Baagenholm doesn't remember the accident, and suffers from partial paralysis of her hands.


[Danville-Teacher]


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The day turned out to be a scream for a Danville elementary school teacher who thought she was going to an assembly ... but instead got a 25-thousand dollar award.
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Tomeka Campbell ... a third-grade teacher at Park Avenue Elementary ... received the check as recognition for excellence in teaching.
She's one of eight teachers in the state being surprised this week with awards from the Milken Family Foundation.


She was selected out of 250 other candidates.
Campbell's students were just as thrilled as she was.
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[SUPER=01-Tomeka Campbell/3rd Grade Teacher; QUICK!]
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((BRITTANY HALL/3RD GRADER: I WAS REALLY EXCITED. (WHY?) BECAUSE I REALLY ENJOYED HAVING HER AS A 3RD GRADE TEACHER. ))
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((TOMEKA CAMPBELL/3RD GRADE TEACHER: I NEED A SUB. I NEED A SUBSTITUTE RIGHT AWAY!))
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[OUT Q=a substitute right away.]
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Campbell got her wish.
She had the rest of the day off to figure out what to do with the award money.
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Highlights from High School basketball and the Indians beat the Red Sox. But first our Extra Point.
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The Baltimore Orioles are in the market for a new manager.
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[SUPER=76-MLB; :]


Orioles owner Peter Angelos said today that manager Ray Miller has been fired. It's not really a surprise considering the fact that the Orioles have the highest payrolls in baseball and wound up their second straight sub 500 season under Miller.
Baltimore finished the season at 78 and 84. And the Orioles decided not to exercise the third year option on his contract.
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[S-Salem]


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The Blue Ridge District spotlight was shining over in Salem last night as the Spartans hosted the Blacksburg Indians.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Spartans vs Indians; :]


Salem Coach Tracy Driscoll talking to her team at halftime.
Lindsay Stratton hits the jumper drawing the foul for the three point play Salem led 33 to 27.
Blacksburg's Joselyn Travis takes a dribble and hits the three pointer cutting the Spartan lead to 2, 33 to 31.


[SUPER=33-Blacksburg/62/Salem/60/;]


Then Rachael Sanders gets away with the travel and hits Travis underneath for the score and the Indians win it 62 to 60.
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[S-Northside]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Northside vs Christiansburg; :]


At Northside, the fans whooping it up for the Vikings.
Jennifer Carty hits Loren Ellis for the nice layup and Northside led 52 to 29.
This time down the floor, they reverse roles, Ellis hits Carty for the nice layup and the Vikings held the lead.


[SUPER=33-Northside/58/Christiansburg/46/;]


Christiansburg's Adrian Sowers pulls up and hits the three but Northside wins it 58 to 46.
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[S-Glenvar]


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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Highlanders vs Spartans; :]


Up in Highlander Heaven the referees get ready for the game.
Nicole Shepherd feeds the post and finds Jessica Manning who gets the tough two for the Spartans.
But Glenvar's Courtney Waldron then hits Meredith Shouse for the three pointer.
[SUPER=33-Glenvar/67/Giles/25/;]


Shouse was feeling it tonight on this play she hits another three and the Lady Highlanders win the game 67 to 25.


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((THE INDIANS ROUT THE RED SOX. MORE LATER ON MORNIN'.))






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Week seven of Friday Football Extra is here. Our News 7 sports sharp shooters will bring you the highlights from 15 games. After Saturday, make that sixteen. Roanoke Catholic is five and OH and will look for another victory against Blessed Sacrament-Hugenot at Victory Stadium on Homecoming.
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[S-Noles]


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Florida State's top receiver Peter Warrick and his roommate Laveranues Coles are in trouble with the law.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-NCAA; :]


Warrick, a Heisman Trophy candidate, was arrested yesterday on grand theft charges. The charges stem from an alleged theft at a department store in Tallahassee.
Coles was also arrested and charged with grand theft.
Warrick has been suspended indefinitely and Coles has been thrown off the team.
The two are accused of buying over 400 Dollars worth of clothing from a department store for 21 Dollars. The clerk that sold them the merchandise has also be arrested.
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This Saturday, Virginia will host winless Duke at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]


Former UVa quarterback Aaron Brooks was roaming the sidelines during this past weekends Tech/UVa game. Brooks watched his first cousin Michael Vick pass for over 200 yards and a touchdown. The pair held a brief family reunion after the game. Brooks is trying to pass on his football knowledge to Vick while
[SUPER=03-San Francisco, CA/January 3, 1999;]Green Bay Packer quarterback Brett Favre is doing the same thing for Brook

s in his rookie season with the Pack.
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And coming up, Tony Stewart and his car owner Joe Gibbs lend a hand to Habitat for Humanity.
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[VO-NAT]


And the Indians rout the Red Sox in game two of the American League Divisional playoff series.
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The Cleveland Indians are 2 up on Boston in their best of five division series.
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[SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/ESPN; :]


Game two was in Cleveland yesterday.
The Indians had a big sixth inning, scoring six runs three of those runs came off the bat of Harold Baines who hits this homer to right field giving Cleveland a big lead.
[SUPER=35-Cleveland/11/Boston/2/;]


Cleveland would then score five more in the fourth. The big hit was this Jim Thome grand slam homer and the Indians go on to win it 11 to 2.
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[S-MLB]


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The Yankees and Rangers hooked up in game three of their division series. And New York led the game 2 to 1 in the top of the 8-th.
The series now stands at 1 to nothing Yankees.




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Joe Nemechek will start 26-th at the Lowes Motor Speedway. He turned in a speed of 182 Point 630 Miles per hour.
And now lets look at the rest of the second round qualifiers. [MOTION]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Joe Nemechek/182.630/27. Matt Kenseth//28. Ricky Craven//29. Bill Elliott//30. Brett Bodine//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Sterling Marlin//32. David Green//33. Chad Little//34. Kenny Irwin//35. Ken Schrader//;]
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[SUPER=0107-36. Dick Trickle//37. Jeff Burton//38. Wally Dallenbach//39. Johnny Benson//40. Elliott Sadler//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-41. Kyle Petty//42. Rich Bickle//43. Robert Pressley//;]
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[OUT Q=...last driver."]
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Tony Stewart will run a special Habitat for Humanity paint scheme on his #20 Pontiac during this week's UAW-GM Qua

lity 500 at the Lowe's Motor Speedway.
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[SUPER=03-Charlotte, NC; :]


Stewart and his car owner Joe Gibbs helped raise more than 4-million dollars for Habitat for Humanity.
The two were even on hand to help build some of the houses in cities throughout North America. The project will cover the next two years.
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[IN Q="Gives you...]
[SUPER=01-Tony Stewart/#20 Pontiac; :]
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[OUT Q=....a new home."]
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((THAT'S IT FOR SPORTS. HAVE A GREAT DAY EVERYBODY.))


[Ventura]


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It seems every time he opens his mouth, he gets into trouble-
Tonight Minnesota's Governor did the explaining with David Letterman-
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[IN Q=Why is it]

((DAVID LETTERMAN: WHY IS IT THAT ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE WHEN YOU SAY SOMETHING? JESSE VENTURA: I DON'T KNOW. I MEAN TWO YEARS AGO NO ONE CARED! AND IN REALITY DAVE ALL THE THINGS I'VE SAID BEFORE, THEY'RE NOT NEW BUT NOW ALL OF A SUDDEN THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE A MAJOR EFFECT ON WORLD POLICY.))
[SUPER=01-Gov. Jesse Ventura/Minnesota;]
[RUNS=20]
[OUT Q=ON WORLD POLICY.]
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[VO-NAT]
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Ventura talks about a possible running mate for Donald Trump-
That's all coming up next on the Late Show.
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