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DIRECTORS PAGE US SOLDIER RELEASED-PKG
HEADLINES-VO IN TC TOSS TO BREAK-OC-BUMP
a) US SUICIDE BOMBER FL TIES-vo FORECAST OPEN-CLIP
b) FL ROBBERY ON CAM-vo FORECAST-WXWALL
c) SANIBEL COYOTES-vo HURRICANE TAX HOLIDAY-VIDBOX RVL
WEATHER OPEN-CLIP FREE PET ADOPTION DAY-trxVOTOPS-WIPE
FIRST WX-STC PINK HEELS RUN-VOTOPS
SATURDAY WX VIDEO-OC-TriANIBOX PETER BUSCH EVENT-VO
a) weather pics-vo TEASE SPORTS-2SHOT
b) time lapse-vo A)-VO
c) carlos wx vid-vo SPORTS OPEN-CLIP
SATURDAY STORMS-ONCAM SPURS THUNDER GAME 6-VOTOPS
SATURDAY STORMS-PKG NBA-ONCAM
COVERAGE PROMISE-ONCAM PHIL MICKELSON INVESTIGATION-ON CAM
US SUICIDE BOMBER FL TIES-trxVO-WIPE MICKELSON REAX-SOT-WIPE
US SUICIDE BOMBER FL TIES-PKG THE MEMORIAL THIRD ROUND-VOTOPS-WIPE
US SUICIDE BOMBER FL TIES-ONCAM FSU ELIMINATED IN NCAA TOURNEY-VOTOPS-WIPE
FL BURGLARY ON CAM-trxVOTOPS GATORS ELIMINATED IN NCAA TOURNEY-VOTOPS-WIPE
LAURIE COLLIER FIRST APPEARANCE-SS-VO MIAMI TEXAS TECH BASEBALL-VOTOPS
FL MOM OCEAN VAN UPDATE-trxVOTOPS RED SOX RAYS BAD BLOOD-ON CAM
SANIBEL COYOTES-trxVOTOPS-WIPE RED SOX RAYS-VOTOPS-WIPE
SANIBEL COYOTES-SOTVO TWINS YANKEES-VOTOPS-WIPE
NEW AT 11 OPEN-CLIP STONE CRABS BREVARD COUNTY-CGTOPS-WIPE
TEASE ONE------------ COWHERD IN NAPLES-VOTOPS-WIPE
A) US SOLDIER RELEASED-VOTOPS-WIPE COWHERD ON EVENT-SOT-WIPE
B) JACOB SPELLING BEE-NATVO FRENCH OPEN-VOTOPS
JACOB SPELLING BEE TALKS-trxSOTVO-WIPE SPORTS CLOSE-ON CAM
JACOB SPELLING BEE TALKS-SOTVO CLOSE-3SHOT
US SOLDIER RELEASED-PLASMA  


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HEADLINES-VO IN TC


THIS AMERICAN MAN'S INVOLVEMENT IN A DEADLY SUICIDE BOMBING, SENT SHOCKWAVES THROUGH THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY.

NEW TONIGHT --

NBC-2 IS CONFIRMING HIS IDENTITY -- AND HIS TIES TO FLORIDA.

PLUS --

THE PERSON RECORDING THIS VIDEO SAYS --

SHE WATCHED BURGLARS STEAL ELECTRONICS FROM HER HOME -- AND TAKE OFF.

THE NEW VIDEO YOU'LL ONLY SEE ON NBC-2.

AND --

CAUGHT ON CAMERA --

RESIDENTS ON SANIBEL ISLAND -- NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBORS WITH COYOTOES.

THE NEWS AT 11 -- STARTS NOW. Return to index of stories...


a) US SUICIDE BOMBER FL TIES-vo


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b) FL ROBBERY ON CAM-vo


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c) SANIBEL COYOTES-vo


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WEATHER OPEN-CLIP


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FIRST WX-STC


AD LIB FIRST WEATHER

EVENING STORMS EXPECTED

Thunderstorms are expected along the I-75 corridor this evening. Storms have been widespread across the interior sections of the state today, and as the activity migrates westward, thunderstorms moving across Southwest Florida can be expected to bring areas of heavy rain with ocassional lightning strikes as well.

Overnight temperatures are expected to cool to 72 at Fort Myers, with lows a touch milder along communities along the immediate coastline.

Once again on Sunday scattered thunderstorms are anticiapted with the movement of the seabreeze from the Gulf of Mexico. Timing of these storms looks most likely for the late afternoon and early evening along the I-75 corridor.

Temperatures at their warmest on Sunday are expected to reach to 91 degrees.

We'll be in a rather unsettled pattern for the upcoming week with the chance of showers and storms returning for the majority of days, especially through the afternoons. Temperatures look to warm into the upper 80s for highs starting Monday and lasting through Friday. Return to index of stories...


SATURDAY WX VIDEO-OC-TriANIBOX


ROB -- THANKS.

WE'VE RECEIEVED A NUMBER OF PICTURES IS TODAY'S WEATHER, FROM OUR NBC-2 VIEWERS.

THIS IS A PICTURE OF SOMEONE HOLDING HAIL, IN BONITA SPRINGS.

THAT'S JUST BEFORE THESE NASTY CLOUDS ROLLED THROUGH THE NAPLES AREA.

OUR NBC-2 CREW CAPTURED THIS TIME LAPSE VIDEO -- FROM GULF COAST TOWN CENTER, IN LEE COUNTY.

AND THIS VIDEO WAS SHOT NEAR THE EDISON MALL, IN FORT MYERS.

AS YOU CAN TELL -- WE GOT A GOOD AMOUNT OF RAINFALL, HERE IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA. Return to index of stories...


a) weather pics-vo


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b) time lapse-vo


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c) carlos wx vid-vo


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SATURDAY STORMS-ONCAM


SINCE SIX --

WE'VE BEEN KEEPING A CLOSE EYE ON TODAY'S STORMS.

THE SUDDEN RAINFALL LEFT STORM WATER FLOODING MANY LOCAL STREETS.

NEW TONIGHT --

NBC2'S ANDREA HUBBELL TALKED WITH LOCALS TRYING TO DODGE THE HIGH WATER. Return to index of stories...


SATURDAY STORMS-PKG


NAT - SPLASHING

INCHES IN A MATTER OF MINUTES.

30:38-41

Idk.

KATRINA ANDERSON

.look at the stop sign it's pretty bad

ISN'T SURPRISED

30:42-44

Ah: It's really deep. Yeah it is

TO SEE CARS PRACTICALLY SWIMMING ACROSS SAN CARLOS BOULEVARD.

SHE'S MORE SURPRISED --

30:48-50

He made it! He made it!

TO SEE THE CARS MAKE IT OUT OKAY.

BUT FOR THOSE WITHOUT WHEELS.

40:33-35

Just go barefoot and forget about it

IT'S A LITTLE MORE TRICKEY.

WE CAUGHT STEPHEN AND HIS WIFE,

38:13-17

You can see lakes. And you're going back and forth getting wet

MARGHERITA -- ZIG-ZAGGING THEIR WAY BACK HOME FROM THE BEACH.

37:56-59

The storm is not that bad it's just the after math.

NOT ANY EASY TASK AFTER A SOUTHWEST FLORIDA STORM -- LIKE THIS.

39:52-59

You got lakes rivers all the way down the right side of the street you got water all the way down

AT LEAST TWO INCHES WITHIN ONE HOUR.

40:03-08

You've got a reservoir over here. EVERYTIME we come down we get heavy rain you see this here.

LEAVING IT EASY TO WADE THROUGH THE WATER

31:06-09

Anywhere where there's water there's no place for it to drain

RATHER THAN WALK.

31:33-35

My crocs on ,,, what can I say

IN LEE COUNTY AH NBC2. Return to index of stories...


COVERAGE PROMISE-ONCAM


ANDREA -- THANKS.

NBC2 IS YOUR GO-TO STATION FOR EVERYTHING WEATHER RELATED IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA.

WE HAVE THE ONLY LIVE DOPPLER RADAR.

STAY WITH US -- ON AIR AND ONLINE -- WHENEVER SEVERE WEATHER IS THREATENING YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. Return to index of stories...


US SUICIDE BOMBER FL TIES-trxVO-WIPE


THERE'S NEW INFORMATION SURFACING TONIGHT -- SURROUNDING THE AMERICAN CITIZEN -- WHO CARRIED OUT A SUICIDE BOMBING, IN SYRIA, EARLIER THIS WEEK.

TONIGHT -- NBC-2 IS LEARNING THAT MAN -- HAS TIES TO FLORIDA.

WE CAN NOW CONFIRM -- 22-YEAR-OLD MONER MOHAMMED ABU-SALHA LIVED IN VERO BEACH.

HE WAS A PART OF A TERRORIST GROUP -- FORMED DURING SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR.

NBC'S ELIZABETH HARRINGTON PICKS UP THE STORY. Return to index of stories...


US SUICIDE BOMBER FL TIES-PKG


http:/www.wptv.com/news/region-st-lucie-county/fort-pierce/-moner-mohammed-abusalha-syria-suicide-bomber-from-the-treasure-coast

VERO BEACH, Fla. - The American suicide bomber who carried out an attack in Syria is believed to be from the Treasure Coast, according to several neighbors.

Sources confirm to WPTV that 22-year-old Moner Mohammed Abusalha was a Sebastian River High School student.

Resident Bill Miller says Abusalha, known as Mo, played football in high school and basketball with his kids at their home in Vero Beach. Miller says Abusalha's Facebook posts grew angry the last few years and that's one reason his kids were no longer close to their high school classmate.

According to neighbors, the family lives in a gated community in Vero Beach.

Abusalha was also called by the 'nom de guerre' Abu Hurayra Al-Amriki and the New York Times reports his name as Moner Abusalha.

Insurgents say he led Sunday's attack in Syria. A video posted online shows a truck being loaded with explosions. Moments later there's a massive blast followed by cries in Arabic saying 'god is great'. Insurgents claim he's the first U.S. citizen to carry out such an attack in Syria.

Abusalha is among a group of Americans whom intelligence agents have been trying to keep tabs on since they went to Syria some months ago to join extremists in the fight against the Syrian government.

Brad Robinson, a former CIA operative, says radical groups try to appeal to younger Americans using money, or ego.

"Might be thrill seeking, see that a lot in the younger people that have grown up especially in this era of ultra violent movies, video games," said Robinson.

Investigators are interviewing family members. His parents refused to comment Friday night. Return to index of stories...


US SUICIDE BOMBER FL TIES-ONCAM


NBC'S ELIZABETH HARRINGTON WITH THAT UPDATE.

WE FOUND OUT -- ABU-SALHA'S FAMILY STILL LIVES ALONG FLORIDA'S EAST COAST.

THEY'VE DECLINED TO COMMENT ON THE SITUATION. Return to index of stories...


FL BURGLARY ON CAM-trxVOTOPS


ALL NEW OUT OF CENTRAL FLORIDA --

NBC-2 GOT OUR HANDS ON NEW VIDEO -- SHOWING A WOMAN'S FRIGHTENING ENCOUNTER -- IN HER OWN DRIVEWAY.

THIS VIDEO SHOWS BURGLARS -- RUNNING OFF WITH HER STUFF.

THE WOMAN SAYS -- THEY BARGED INTO HER HOME, SWIPING A LARGE FLAT-SCREEN T-V -- BEFORE SHOVING IT INTO A CAR PARKED OUTSIDE.

ORANGE COUNTY DEPUTIES THINK THE MEN COULD BE CONNECTED TO A STRING OF HOME BURGLARIES IN THAT AREA. Return to index of stories...


LAURIE COLLIER FIRST APPEARANCE-SS-VO


THE WOMAN ACCUSED OF DRIVING THE WRONG WAY DOWN I-75 STEPPED IN FRONT OF A JUDGE THIS MORNING.

LAURIE COLLIER IS CHARGED WITH D-U-I, WRECKLESS DRIVING AND RESISTING ARREST.

DEPUTIES SAY THEY FOUND COLLIER DRIVING NORTH IN THE SOUTHBOUND LANE OF I-75 FOR CLOSE TO 15 MILES.

DEPUTIES EVENTUALLY RAN HER OFF THE ROAD.

SHE IS BEING HELD ON MORE THAN TEN-THOUSAND DOLLARS BOND. Return to index of stories...


FL MOM OCEAN VAN UPDATE-trxVOTOPS


NEW DETAILS ON THE FLORIDA MOTHER -- FACING CHARGES AFTER DRIVING HER MINIVAN INTO THE OCEAN, WITH HER THREE CHILDREN INSIDE.

EBONY WILKERSON IS NOW OUT ON BOND.

SHE'S UNABLE TO CONTACT HER CHILDREN --

AND SHE CAN'T LEAVE VOLUSIA COUNTY.

WILKERSON FACES THREE COUNTS OF ATTEMPTED MURDER --

SHE'LL BE BACK IN COURT, IN JULY. Return to index of stories...


SANIBEL COYOTES-trxVOTOPS-WIPE


VIDEO YOU'LL ONLY SEE ON NBC-2.

NIGHT CAMERAS CATCH TWO COYOTES ON A GOLF COURSE-

THE SUPERINTENDENT AT SANCTUARY GOLF CLUB SET UP A WILDLIFE CAMERA AFTER HE SPOTTED FOOTPRINTS ON THE COURSE.

THE FIRST COYOTE SIGHTINGS ON THE ISLAND WERE THREE YEARS AGO.

TONIGHT -- THE CITY SAYS IT'S GOTTEN CALLS FROM HOMEOWNERS RECENTLY ABOUT COYOTES ON THEIR PROPERTY. Return to index of stories...


SANIBEL COYOTES-SOTVO


Kyle Sweets, Sanctuary Golf Club

:36:08 we were surprised to see them.

Butt sot

:37:27 first of all you got to wonder how it got there!?

THE CITY IS SETTING UP ITS OWN SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS THIS SUMMER TO DOCUMENT THE COYOTES.

THE CITY SAYS ITS MAJOR CONCERNS ARE FOR FAMILY PETS AND ENDANGERED WILDLIFE. Return to index of stories...


NEW AT 11 OPEN-CLIP


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TEASE ONE------------


NBC-2 IS LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE U-S ARMY SEARGENT -- RELEASED AFTER BEING A PRISONER OF WAR FOR *FIVE YEARS.

TONIGHT -- THE NEGOTIATIONS ALLOWING THIS MAN TO RETURN HOME.

PLUS THIS --

"correct - applause":28sec

WHAT THIS CAPE CORAL TEEN HAS TO SAY --

AFTER COMPETING IN LAST WEEK'S NATIONAL SPELLING BEE.

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A) US SOLDIER RELEASED-VOTOPS-WIPE


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B) JACOB SPELLING BEE-NATVO


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JACOB SPELLING BEE TALKS-trxSOTVO-WIPE


I'm usually not nervous when I'm up there. I'm pretty calm, except for

when I get a word right.

NBC-2 HAS BEEN KEEPING YOU UPDATED ON A CAPE CORAL TEEN'S JOURNEY TO THE NATIONAL SPELLING BEE.

15 YEAR OLD JACOB WILLIAMSON DIDN'T WIN THE COMPETITION, BUT HE DID WIN THE TITLE AS "THE MOST ENTHUSIASTIC CONTESTANT."

DURING LAST WEEKS NATIONAL SPELLING BEE COMPETITION, WILLIAMSON MISSPELLED A WORD.

AND HE TOLD NBC-2 -- THERE WAS NOTHING STAGED ABOUT HIS REACTION. Return to index of stories...


JACOB SPELLING BEE TALKS-SOTVO


It's just my natural exuberance coming out. None of it's put on or anything

HE DIDN'T COME HOME EMPTY HANDED. JACOB BROUGHT HOME A GOLD AND A SILVER MEDAL. Return to index of stories...


US SOLDIER RELEASED-PLASMA


IT'S BEEN YEARS OF WAITING --

WONDERING --

AND WORRYING.

BUT FINALLY GOOD NEWS FOR THE FAMILY OF A SOLDIER WHO HAD BEEN HELD PRISONER BY THE TALIBAN.

HE'S SAFE. AND HE'S COMING HOME

NBC'S DAN SCHENEMAN HAS THE STORY. Return to index of stories...


US SOLDIER RELEASED-PKG


AFTER NEARLY FIVE YEARS IN CAPTIVITY.. ARMY SERGEANT BOWE BERGDAHL IS FREE.

HANDED OVER TO U-S SPECIAL FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN SATURDAY.

"The United States of America does not ever leave our men and women in uniform behind."

HIS PARENTS JOINED PRESIDENT OBAMA IN A LATE AFTERNOON PRESS CONFERENCE IN THE ROSE GARDEN.

"To each and every single one who effected this, in this country, in the service branches, at the State Department, throughout the whole of American government, and around the world, international governments around the world, thank you so much."

SEEN HERE IN A VIDEO RELEASED BY THE TALIBAN. BERGDAHL IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN CAPTURED ON JUNE 30, 2009.

AFTER YEARS OF ON AND OFF NEGOTIATIONS. TALKS INTENSIFIED JUST A WEEK AGO. WITH A FINALIZED AGREEMENT FOR A PRISONER EXCHANGE.

FIVE TALIBAN DETAINEES AT GUANTANAMO WERE TRANSFERRED TO QATARI CUSTODY FOR BERGDAHL'S FREEDOM.

IT'S A DECISION THAT'S ALREADY DRAWING CRITICISM.

BUT FOR BERGDAHL'S FAMILY. GRATITUDE.

"I just want to say thank you to everyone who has supported Bowe. He's had a wonderful team, everywhere."

SUPPORT THAT NEVER WAVERED IN BERGDAHL'S HOME TOWN OF HAILEY, IDAHO.

"The town is absolutely ecstatic - we have Bowe back."

RIBBONS AND POSTERS AND PRAYERS ANSWERED.

ALL SIGNS OF A PROMISE NEVER TO FORGET THEIR MISSING SOLDIER.

A SOLDIER THAT IS NOW FINALLY ON HIS WAY HOME.

DAN SCHENEMAN. NBC NEWS. Return to index of stories...


TOSS TO BREAK-OC-BUMP


DAN -- THANKS.

STILL TO COME ON THE NEWS AT 11 --

HURRICANE SEASON STARTS SUNDAY --

HOW YOU CAN ASSURE YOUR FAMILY IS PREPARED.

PLUS -- WHETHER WE'LL SEE MORE SHOWERS ACROSS SOUTHWEST FLORIDA, TOMORROW.

FOR NOW -- A LIVE LOOK ACROSS FORT MYERS.

WE'RE BACK IN TWO-MINUTES. Return to index of stories...


FORECAST OPEN-CLIP


FORECAST OPEN

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FORECAST-WXWALL


THIS WEATHERCAST HAS BEEN PREPARED BY THE NBC2 WEATHER STAFF.

IT IS NOT A VERBATIM OF WHAT IS BEING SAID, BUT IS THE FORECAST FOR OUR AREA.

EVENING STORMS EXPECTED

Thunderstorms are expected along the I-75 corridor this evening. Storms have been widespread across the interior sections of the state today, and as the activity migrates westward, thunderstorms moving across Southwest Florida can be expected to bring areas of heavy rain with ocassional lightning strikes as well.

Overnight temperatures are expected to cool to 72 at Fort Myers, with lows a touch milder along communities along the immediate coastline.

Once again on Sunday scattered thunderstorms are anticiapted with the movement of the seabreeze from the Gulf of Mexico. Timing of these storms looks most likely for the late afternoon and early evening along the I-75 corridor.

Temperatures at their warmest on Sunday are expected to reach to 91 degrees.

We'll be in a rather unsettled pattern for the upcoming week with the chance of showers and storms returning for the majority of days, especially through the afternoons. Temperatures look to warm into the upper 80s for highs starting Monday and lasting through Friday.

EVENING STORMS EXPECTED

Thunderstorms are expected along the I-75 corridor this evening. Storms have been widespread across the interior sections of the state today, and as the activity migrates westward, thunderstorms moving across Southwest Florida can be expected to bring areas of heavy rain with ocassional lightning strikes as well.

Overnight temperatures are expected to cool to 72 at Fort Myers, with lows a touch milder along communities along the immediate coastline.

Once again on Sunday scattered thunderstorms are anticiapted with the movement of the seabreeze from the Gulf of Mexico. Timing of these storms looks most likely for the late afternoon and early evening along the I-75 corridor.

Temperatures at their warmest on Sunday are expected to reach to 91 degrees.

We'll be in a rather unsettled pattern for the upcoming week with the chance of showers and storms returning for the majority of days, especially through the afternoons. Temperatures look to warm into the upper 80s for highs starting Monday and lasting through Friday. Return to index of stories...


HURRICANE TAX HOLIDAY-VIDBOX RVL


ROB -- THANKS.

HURRICANE SEASON STARTS TOMORROW.

A 9-DAY PERIOD OF NO SALES TAX FOR HURRICANE SUPPLIES, STARTED TODAY.

YOU CAN SAVE ON ANYTHING FROM GENERATORS TO FLASHLIGHTS.

GOVERNOR SCOTT EXPECTS SHOPPERS TO SAVE 20 MILLION DOLLARS DURING THE TAX FREE HOLIDAY.

YOU CAN FIND THE FULL LIST OF ELIGIBLE ITEMS ON OUR WEBSITE UNDER NEWSLINKS AT N-B-C DASH TWO DOT COM. Return to index of stories...


FREE PET ADOPTION DAY-trxVOTOPS-WIPE


HOPEFUL PET OWNERS PACKED THIS LEE COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER TODAY -- WAITING TO ADOPT A PET FOR FREE.

THE SHELTER WAS CHOSEN TO PARTICIPATE IN MADDY'S FREE PET ADOPTION WEEKEND.

EVERY YEAR, THE GROUP CHOOSES 14 COMMUNITIES IN 9 STATES THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY.

TODAY, THE SHELTER SAYS, 46 CATS AND 36 DOGS WERE ADOPTED.

THE EVENT CONTINUES TOMORROW WITH MORE FREE ADOPTIONS.

THAT WILL BE FROM 1130 TO 330 AT THE LEE COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES. Return to index of stories...


PINK HEELS RUN-VOTOPS


NEW VIDEO FROM DOWNTOWN FORT MYERS --

HUNDREDS OF RUNNERS DRESSED IN PINK THIS MORNING, TO SUPPORT A BRAVE LITTLE GIRL, BATTELING LEUKEMIA.

6 YEAR-OLD AMIYAH CASTRO WAS DIAGNOSED 2-MONTHS AGO --

PROCEEDS FROM TODAYS EVENT GO TO CASTRO'S FAMILY -- AND LOCAL CANCER CHARITIES. Return to index of stories...


PETER BUSCH EVENT-VO


A LOCAL 7 YEAR OLD BOY IS GETTING SOME BIG TIME HELP FROM HIS BIG SISTER.

GAVIN LAWREY IS FIGHTING A DISEASE THAT WEAKENS PARTS OF ALMOST EVERY CELL IN HIS BODY.

HIS SISTER, WROTE A BOOK ABOUT HER BROTHER TO RAISE MONEY.

TONIGHT, NBC2 ANCHOR PETER BUSCH HELPED THE LAWREYS RAISE MONEY FOR THE DEADLY DISEASE AT THE ELKS LODGE IN BONITA SPRINGS.

THE GOAL. $1 MILLION BUCKS. Return to index of stories...


TEASE SPORTS-2SHOT


AD-LIBS

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A)-VO


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SPORTS OPEN-CLIP


SPORTS OPEN

NEW! Return to index of stories...


SPURS THUNDER GAME 6-VOTOPS


THE MIAMI HEAT. LOOKING FOR A TEAM TO FACE IN THE N-B-A FINALS.

THE SPURS WITH A CHANCE TO JOIN THEM LAST NIGHT. GAME SIX AT O-K-C. KAWAI LEONARD. OPENING THINGS IN STYLE. DUNKING ON SERGE IBAKA.

THEN. IT WAS TIMMY TIME. TIM DUNCAN. DOING SOME DUNKING.

TONY PARKER MISSED THE SECOND HALF WITH AN ANKLE INJURY. BUT THE SPURS STILL PULL IT OUT, 112-107, IN OVERTIME.

THEY'LL HOST MIAMI IN GAME ONE OF THE N-B-A FINALS ON THURSDAY, JUNE 5TH. Return to index of stories...


NBA-ONCAM


THE SPURS AND THUNDER HAVE JUST GONE TO OVERTIME IN GAME SIX OF THE N-B-A'S WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS.

IF THE SPURS WIN. THEY'D HOST MIAMI IN GAME ONE OF THE N-B-A FINALS ON JUNE 5TH.

IF THE THUNDER WIN. THEY'LL PLAY GAME SEVEN AT SAN ANTONIO ON MONDAY. Return to index of stories...


PHIL MICKELSON INVESTIGATION-ON CAM


WHEN YOU SAY THE NAME PHIL MICKELSON. YOU THINK GREEN JACKETS.

NOT ORANGE PRISON SUITS.

BUT LEFTY IS CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION BY THE F-B-I AND SECURITY AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION FOR POTENTIAL INSIDER TRADING.

FOR THREE YEARS. BOTH HAVE LOOKED INTO TRADES MICKELSON MADE INVOLVING CHLOROX.

MICKELSON SAYS HE'S INNOCENT. AND COMPLETELY COOPERATING WITH THE INVESTIGATION. Return to index of stories...


MICKELSON REAX-SOT-WIPE


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THE MEMORIAL THIRD ROUND-VOTOPS-WIPE


MICKLESON IS WELL BACK AT THE MEMORIAL AT TWO UNDER PAR.

ADAM SCOTT. RIGHT IN THE MIX. BENDS IN THE BIRDIE AT SEVEN. THE WORLD NUMBER ONE. THREE BACK AT NINE UNDER.

YOUR LEADER. BUBBA WATSON. MAKES THE LONG BIRDIE AT TWO.

HE'S ON TOP BY ONE AT 12-UNDER. Return to index of stories...


FSU ELIMINATED IN NCAA TOURNEY-VOTOPS-WIPE


F-S-U FACING ALABAMA IN AN ELIMINATION GAME IN THE NCAA BASEBALL TOURNAMENT.

7TH INNING. BAMA'S WADE WASS. CRUSHING THE TWO-RUN HOMER. IT'S 6-0 CRIMSON TIDE.

THE NOLES STORMED BACK WITH FIVE RUNS IN THE NINTH. BUT GAGE WEST FLIES OUT WITH A RUNNER ON THIRD TO END IT.

'BAMA WINS, 6-5.

F-S-U. ELIMINATED IN THE FIRST TWO GAMES OF NCAA REGIONALS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 30 YEARS. Return to index of stories...


GATORS ELIMINATED IN NCAA TOURNEY-VOTOPS-WIPE


SECOND-RANKED FLORIDA. ALSO IN AN ELIMINATION GAME. TAKING ON NORTH CAROLINA.

THIS WAS SCARY. U-N-C'S MICHAEL RUSSELL. HIT IN THE HEAD. BLOOD WOULD FLOW. BUT HE'D BE OKAY.

A FIVE-RUN CAROLINA THIRD INNING PROVED TO BE THE DIFFERENCE. TYLER RAMIREZ. WITH A TWO-RUN DOUBLE TO CAP IT.

GATORS GO DOWN, 5-2.

THEIR SEASON IS OVER, TOO. Return to index of stories...


MIAMI TEXAS TECH BASEBALL-VOTOPS


MIAMI WON ON FRIDAY. SO A LOSS TO TEXAS TECH WOULDN'T END THE HURRICANES' SEASON.

NAPLES HIGH GRAD BRAD FIEGER DID HIS JOB. SINGLES IN THE FOURTH. HE HAD TWO OF MIAMI'S SIX HITS.

TECH HAD SIX HITS, TOO, BUT UNLIKE THE CANES, THEY SCORED RUNS. ERIC GUTIERREZ SINGLES ONE HOME IN THE EIGHTH.

CANES LOSE, 3-0.

THEY'LL PLAY BETHUNE-COOKMAN IN AN ELIMINATION GAME AT TWO P-M ON SUNDAY. Return to index of stories...


RED SOX RAYS BAD BLOOD-ON CAM


IF YOU WANT HISTORY. RED SOX/YANKEES IS WHERE IT'S AT.

BUT IF YOU WANT BAD BLOOD THIS YEAR. HOW 'BOUT THE RAYS AND RED SOX?

FRIDAY WAS THEIR SECOND-STRAIGHT MATCHUP WHERE THE BENCHES CLEARED.

THREE PLAYERS WERE THROWN AT.

FOUR RED SOX WERE EJECTED.

AND BIG PAPI CAPPED THE NIGHT BY COMPARING DAVID PRICE TO A LITTLE GIRL. Return to index of stories...


RED SOX RAYS-VOTOPS-WIPE


SO WHAT WOULD HAPPEN TONIGHT WHEN THEY FACED OFF AGAIN?

NOTHING OUT OF THE ORDINARY. LOTS OF RED SOX RUNS, THOUGH. THIRD INNING. BROCK HOLT LAUNCHING HIS FIRST CAREER HOMER. A TWO-RUN SHOT FOR THE EARLY LEAD.

JACKIE BRADLEY, JUNIOR HIT A TWO-RUN SHOT, TOO.

KEVIN KIERMAIER HAD AN INSIDE THE PARK HOMER FOR THE RAYS IN THE EIGHTH. BUT BOSTON WINS ITS SIXTH STRAIGHT, 7-1. Return to index of stories...


TWINS YANKEES-VOTOPS-WIPE


TWINS AND YANKEES IN THE BIG APPLE.

MINNESOTA STRIKES FIRST IN THE FIRST. JOSH WILLINGHAM RBI SINGLE. 1-0 TWINS.

WE WERE TIED AT ONE GOING TO THE EIGHTH. BRIAN MCCANN TAKES CARE OF THAT. R-B-I DOUBLE. JACOBY ELLSBURY SCORES THE WINNING RUN.

YANKS TAKE IT, 3-1. Return to index of stories...


STONE CRABS BREVARD COUNTY-CGTOPS-WIPE


IN THE MINORS. THE MIRACLE AND TAMPA WERE RAINED OUT.

THEY'LL PLAY A PAIR OF SEVEN INNINGS GAMES AT HAMMOND STADIUM SUNDAY STARTING AT THREE-OHH-FIVE.

THE STONE CRABS BEAT BREVARD COUNTY, 3-2, WITH A WALKOFF HIT. Return to index of stories...


COWHERD IN NAPLES-VOTOPS-WIPE


NOT MUCH GOLF AT TIBURON UNDER THE LIGHTNING TODAY. BUT THE RITZ-CARLTON GOLF RESORT. STILL PACKED FOR A CHARITY EVENT.

E-S-P-N RADIO'S COLIN COWHERD SPOKE THERE AT A DINNER THERE TONIGHT. WHICH BENEFITS THE PASSION FOUNDATION. AN ORGANIZATION THAT FOCUSES ON THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF MELANOMA.

COWHERD. SHARING ONE OF THE THEMES OF HIS SHOW: THE IDEA OF ADAPTING TO CHANGE. Return to index of stories...


COWHERD ON EVENT-SOT-WIPE


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FRENCH OPEN-VOTOPS


TO THE FRENCH OPEN. AN INCREDIBLE MATCH BETWEEN 7TH-SEEDED ANDY MURRAY AND 28-SEED PHILIP KOHLSCHRIEBER WILL HAVE TO BE COMPLETED TOMORROW.

THE DEFENDING WIMBLEDON CHAMP AND KOHLSCHREIBER PLAYED FOR TWO-AND-A-HALF HOURS SATURDAY. BEFORE THEIR BACK-AND-FORTH MATCH WAS SUSPENDED DUE TO DARKNESS IN PARIS.

THEY'LL RESUME ON SUNDAY. TIED SEVEN-ALL IN THE FIFTH AND DECIDING SET. Return to index of stories...


SPORTS CLOSE-ON CAM


NAPLES HIGH GRADS JACKIE TRAINA, RYAN IAMURRI, AND THE ALABAMA SOFTBALL TEAM ARE BACK IN ACTION SUNDAY.

A WIN WOULD PUT THEM IN THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES'S CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND.

THAT'S SPORTS. WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK. Return to index of stories...


CLOSE-3SHOT


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