ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 06, 2001
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Amtrak's financial problems; Los Angeles jury order for Philip Morris tobacco company to pay billions in damages to a smoker; announcement that Florida Governor Jeb Bush will not grant an early clemency hearing for young murderer Lionel Tate; rain in Houston from Tropical Storm Allison; Black Enterprise magazine's ranking of Houston as the best city in the United States for black Americans and the number of students in Baltimore, Maryland, needing to attend summer school reported.
NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen after 5:32:50.
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