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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 09, 2015
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We're gonna leave you on a happy note today on a story that certainly didn't start very happy last week. You may recall we told you about a paralympic hopeful who's running blades were stolen at the time it seemed like heartless thieves had dashed his dreams. Pretty lousy stuff but that was before so many of you came forward to help make a difference. Here is our Anne Thompson. The U.S. Paralympic track and field championships are just under two weeks away. Paul Peterson is already a winner. Goo...
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Anne Thompson
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