[Open-Heads]

[ANCHOR=Denise]

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[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
[SUPER=@Denise1;]
[SUPER=@Andrew1;]


Despite hundreds of arrests already, protesters are hitting the streets again today in Washington DCTERMS.
Their goal--- to disrupt the annual meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
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And, a Roanoke County business deals with the effects of a major fire... after losing a building full of construction equipment.
More on those stories just ahead.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]


[Protests]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=None]


There were hundreds of arrests in the nation's capital yesterday as protesters gathered in anticipation of The World Bank and International Monetary Fund meetings.
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC;]


An estimated 600 people were arrested in yesterday's protests.
Police gathered at every barricaded intersection for crowd control purposes.
Authorities blocked off some 50 blocks, creating one of the largest street closures in downtown Washington history.

Protesters accuse the banks of destroying the environment, allowing sweatshops to operate, and instating harsh debt-repayment programs that prevent poor countries from spending on social programs.
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[Buck-Mt-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jha]
[TAPE#=00-09 TC1:28:17]
[GRAPHIC=Fire]


A Roanoke County business lost an entire building full of construction equipment to fire yesterday afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


The blaze started just after one at J-P Turner Construction on Buck Mountain Road.
Fire officials say when they arrived, the garage and maintenance shop was engulfed and there was nothing they could do to save it.. so they focused efforts on keeping the fire contained.
How much was lost and the cause of the fire may not be known for several days.
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[Auburn-Teacher]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=dse]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=Legal Scales]


A Montgomery County teacher's aide is out on bond, after being charged with molesting a 13-year old student.
46-Year old Wanda Fraser of Christiansburg was served with six warrants Friday.
She's charged with carnal knowledge and taking indecent liberties with the boy.
Fraser was suspended from her job at Auburn Middle School in February.
Indictments allege the acts occurred between December and February at her home.

[11Meningitis]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=99-60 TC2:02:45]
[GRAPHIC=Meningitis]


Health officials believe everyone who may have come in contact with a former Radford University student diagnosed with Meningitis has been treated.
The 19 year old left Radford on April 7th and become very ill while at home in Richmond.
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[VO-NAT]


Dr. Jody Hershey says the teen is in stable condition at a Richmond area hospital.
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((Dr. JODY HERSHEY/NEW RIVER HEALTH DISTRICT: ONLY THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE IN CLOSE INTIMATE CONTACT WITH AN INDIVIDUAL ARE THOSE WHO WE THINK MAY BE AT INCREASED RISK AND AGAIN THE RELATIVE RISK TO MOST PEOPLE IS EXTREMELY LOW))
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[SUPER=@File;]


Dr. Hershey says there are usually one or two cases a year on local college campuses.
The symptoms of the bacterial infection include sudden high fever, an intense headache, nausea, vomiting and occasionally a rash.
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[Tease#1]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[SS=None]

[both mics HOT]
Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning... some local teens devote their weekend to combating drug and alcohol-use.
We'll have the story.
[anchor=Andrew]


And... Earth Day is just around the corner -
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[vo-nat]
We'll show you what some Roanoke County high-schoolers did nearly 30 years ago to celebrate Earth Day.
That's coming up in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
Stick around.
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[Health-Week]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun am]
[WRITER=tfl]
[TAPE#=Health Check TC 5:44]
[GRAPHIC=Health Check]

Former Lewis Gale Clinic doctors are starting new practices and staying in the Roanoke Valley... And Kidmotion is helping children get physical using a Far East exercise. Tonya Flory has those stories and more in this week's health check report.
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Kevin Kelleher/Family Practice; 26]
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[SUPER=01-Dr. James Weston/OB-GYN; 1:04 ]
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[IN Q=Welcome to Lee-Hi]

((WELCOME TO LEE-HI, I'M GLAD YOU FOLLOWED ME, I'M GLAD I COULD FIND YOU, YEAH, IT HAS BEEN DIFFICULT.))
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[OUT Q=been difficult.]

Several new doctor's offices are popping up all over the Roanoke Valley. Many physician who resigned from Lewis-Gale Clinic earlier this year are starting independent practices with the help of Lewis-Gale Medical Center. The problem is many patient are having trouble finding where their doctors have set up shop.
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[IN Q=It has been]

((DR. KEVIN KELLEHER/FAMILY PRACTICE: IT HAS BEEN VERY CONFUSING FOR PATIENTS AND PARTLY IT'S BECAUSE WE WEREN'T ALLOWED TO CONTACT THOSE PATIENTS WHILE WE WERE EMPLOYEES AT LEWIS-GALE CLINIC. WE DON'T HAVE ANY WAY TO CONTACT THEM SO WE'RE HOPING THE WORD GETS OUT THAT WE'RE STILL IN TOWN, THAT WE STILL WANT TO BE THEIR PHYSICIANS.))
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[OUT Q=their physicians.]

After 15 years at his family practice office in Back Creek, Doctor Kellerher has now joined Primary care Associates and is working at the privately run Lee-Hi facility in Salem.
[TAPE#=500-2 35:44]

The parents of an infant son born with a one in a million disease are hoping the Radford community can help save him. Three month old Patrick Henry Moore has Costmann's syndrome.
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((HENRY CAN DIE FROM INFECTIONS THAT YOU WOULDN'T EVEN THINK ABOUT, STREP THROAT FOR HENRY COULD BE DEVASTATING.))
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[out q=be devastating.]

Henry needs a bone marrow transplant and his family is searching for a donor. A blood drive is scheduled for Tuesday April 18th at Carilion New River Valley Medical Center.
[TAPE#=00-10 TC25:44]

And some Roanoke children are getting a leg up on healthy habits. Yoga classes are held every Wednesday afternoon at the Roanoke Co-Op on Grandin Road. The classes are for 3 to 5 year old -- who learn tree pose and butterfly. Parents say it a fun way for them to use their energy and interact with other children. Tonya Flory, News 7, Health Check.)) ))


[11Reach-2000]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=00-14 TC02:27]
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Drugs, alcohol, and peer pressure... They're just a few of the issues facing young people in our community.
And this weekend teens spent their time discussing those problems.
Joy Sutton reports on the 2-thousand Reach Conference.
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[SUPER=01-Madell Stanley/Middle School Student; :09]
[SUPER=01-Michael Oldson/High School Student; :16]
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(( Madell Stanley is in the 8th grade at Breckenridge Middle School -- she says even kids her age are confronted with the decision to smoke cigarettes and marijuana.
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((how big is the marijuana issue. MADELL STANLEY: IT'S VERY BIG CAUSE. PEOPLE DO IT WHEN THEY'RE NERVOUS OR DEPRESSED))
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((MICHAEL OLDSON/WILLIAM FLEMING STUDENT: IT'S A BIG ISSUE ESPECIALLY AROUND THIS CAMPUS, CAUSE A LOT OF KIDS HERE TRY HIDING FROM THE SECURITY GUARDS .. WHEN THEY'RE SMOKING CIGARETTES OR SAY THE DON'T SMOKE SOME KIDS EVEN BRING ALCOHOL PUTTING IT IN THE SLUSHIES AND STUFF)) [RUNS13]
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Many students say that's why they are participating in the Reach Conference at William Fleming -- a program designed to teach youth how prevent alcohol and drug use among their peers.
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((NAT SOUND OF STUDENTS CLAPPING)) [RUNS05]
Christian Graham says he uses entertainment as a tool to teach-- a method he encourages them to use when they reach out to other kids.
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((CHRISTIAN GRAHAM/REACH COORDINATOR:WE'RE TRYING TO TEACH THIS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS HOW TO PUT ON PROGRAMS FOR THE YOUNGER KIDS AND PART OF THAT GIVES THEM THE MOTIVATION THEMSELVES TO STAY CLEAN)) [RUNS05]
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[IN Q=The students say]

((JOY SUTTON/REPORTING: THE STUDENTS SAY THAT PEER PRESSURE AT SCHOOL IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST FACTORS ENCOURAGING HIGH SCHOOL AND EVEN YOUNGER STUDENTS TO BRING ALCOHOL, SMOKE CIGARETTES AND EVEN TRY MARIJUANA)) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=try marijuana]


And many are hoping a little positive peer pressure from kids who have gone through the conference will encourage other students to just say "no".
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

[11Volunteer-Day]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=00-15 TC01:23]
[GRAPHIC=None]


From preventing drug and alcohol abuse to keeping the environment clean - more teens were keeping themselves busy this weekend -
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


About a dozen volunteers from the Red Cross Youth Council got wet and muddy yesterday planting flowers and trees and picking weeds on the playground of the Lincoln Terrace Head Start office.
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[IN Q=Just knowing that]

((EVAN PERRY/RED CROSS YOUTH COUNCIL: JUST KNOWING THAT I'M DOING SOMETHING MAKES ME KIND OF HAPPY THAT I'M RETURNING TO THE COMMUNITY. IT JUST GIVES YOU A FEELING THAT YOU CAN'T MATCH))
[SUPER=01-Evan Perry/Red Cross Youth Council]
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[OUT Q=can't match]
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[VO-NAT]


The kids were taking part in a nationwide event -- National Youth Volunteer Day.
Each year these students pick a different location to volunteer their time.
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[Reel-Open]


[ANCHOR=Andrew]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=Reel Open]
[GRAPHIC=Va. Newsreel]


When Earth Day rolls around Saturday - it will be the 30th anniversary of the holiday that - in the words of its founder - took off like gangbusters.
In this week's Virginia Newsreel - Keith Humphry recycles some old News 7 video for a look at Earth Day's evolution in our area.
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[OUT Q=I'm Keith Humphry.]

(([Cave Spring bikers VO from Earth Day field tape, TC 17:20:53]
In April, 1971 - Cave Spring high school students and faculty were among the first to make a statement on Earth Day.

They decided to cut down on air pollution... by staying out of the car and off the school bus.
Instead, around 700 of them - nearly half the student body - rode their bikes or walked to school.
That was just [demonstrators VO from "First Earth Day" field tape, TC 15:40:32] a year after the first Earth Day was marked by 20-million demonstrators across the nation. [VO of Nelson from 99-5 1:24:40]
Former Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson founded Earth Day. Last year he told a Blacksburg crowd why.
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[SOT from 99-5 1:24:46 - 1:24:57]
[IN Q=I wanted the issue]

((FORMER SEN. GAYLORD NELSON/EARTH DAY FOUNDER: I WANTED THE ISSUE TO GET ON THE NATIONAL POLITICAL AGENDA SO THE ESTABLISHMENT WOULD PAY ATTENTION TO THIS URGENT ISSUE.)) [RUNS09]
[OUT Q=to this urgent issue.]

[gas-related VO from Earth Day field tape, TC 17:22:06, and 17:22:16]
On Earth Day 1989, environmental disaster contributed to a familiar problem: skyrocketing gasoline prices.
[sign and other gas-related VO from Earth Day field tape, TC 17:21:34]
Roanoke Valley motorists were among those questioning the price hike at the pump.
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[SOT from Earth Day field tape 17:21:41]
[IN Q=They're blaming]

((THEY'RE BLAMING IT ON THE BIG OIL SPILL THAT THEY HAD WHEN IN FACT THEY WILL BE DEDUCTING THAT AS A TAX LOSS AND GAIN PROFITS IN BOTH DIRECTIONS))
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[OUT-Q=in both directions.]

[VO of Exxon Valdez, from Earth Day file TC 17:21:38]
The month before the Exxon Valdez had run aground off the coast of Alaska. [more gas-related VO from Earth Day field tape]
On Earth Day, gas station owners told News 7 they were feeling the heat, after the worst oil spill in U-S history.

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[SOT from Earth Day field tape 17:22:00]
[IN-Q=We're taking]

((Bill Spencer - Operated Cave Spring Exxon for 20 yrs - also was pres of Va. Gasoline Assoc: WE'RE TAKING THE BRUNT OF THE PROBLEM))
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[Out-Q=of the problem.]

[VO of bank sign from Earth Day field tape, TC 17:23:09]
By Earth Day the following year - big business was making it known - IT wanted to be a part of Earth Day.
At one local celebration - [from Earth Day field tape, TC 17:24:10 - make sure the shot corresponds to writing here] you could find the APCo tent, right next to the Greenpeace table...
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[SOT from Earth Day field tape, TC 17:24:16 - 17:24:25]
[In-Q=It's a little bit]

((OLIN IT'S A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT THAN 20 YEARS AGO... THEN THEY WERE HIPPIE TYPES, PEOPLE CONSIDERED TO BE TROUBLE MAKERS... THAT'S NOT TRUE TODAY))
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[Out-Q=not true today.]

[VO of little boy with Earth ball, from Earth Day field tape 17:24:31]
It was a sign, that Earth Day might be covering a broader spectrum.
By 1994 - [generic "wildlife preserve" land shots, from Earth Day field tape TC 17:26:40, and 17:27:19] elementary school students in Franklin County spent the day creating their own wildlife preserve. [VO of bikers on campus, from 99-5 1:24:14]
Just last year - Virginia Tech students showed their appreciation for Mother Earth - by pedaling through [VO of bikers downtown, from 99-5 1:24:36] downtown Blacksburg, and encouraging others to cycle as well. [from Earth Day field tape, TC 17:20:56]
SO we've gone FULL cycle from the days those high school students in Roanoke County rode their bikes to school nearly 30 years ago.
That's Virginia Newsreel.
I'm Keith Humphry.))



[Sports-Plays]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=sports plays]
[GRAPHIC=Orioles]


Cal Ripken is the 24th player in major league history to get three thousand career hits.
The historic moment came in the seventh inning last night.
The Orioles' iron man singled hard up the middle in Baltimore's 6-to-4
win against Minnesota.


It was Ripken's third hit of the night.
Fans in the Metrodome gave him a two-minute standing ovation. The 39-year-old is the seventh major leaguer to get three-thousand hits and 400 home runs.
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[Chyron #7151 ]



[COMM # 3][Bestpitch-Profile]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun-AM]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=99-58 02:04:10]
[GRAPHIC=Campaign 2000]


Bill Bestpitch is making his second run for Roanoke City Council, but this year he's counting on a new pitch and party label.
This morning, Joe Dashiell continues our look at the council candidates with this profile of the Bestpitch campaign.
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[IN Q=I'm just trying to offer myself]

((BILL BESTPITCH/D- CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: I'M JUST TRYING TO OFFER MYSELF AS SOMEBODY WHO HAS TRIED TO PUT A LOT OF SERVICE IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY IN THE TEN YEARS THAT I'VE BEEN HERE, AND SOMEBODY WHO'S INTERESTED IN WORKING COOPERATIVELY WITH OTHER PEOPLE IN THE FUTURE.))
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[OUT Q=with other people in the future.]


Bill Bestpitch has been taking that message door to door in Roanoke's neighborhoods... [NAT SOUND?]
After an unsuccessful run as an Independent in 1998... Bestpitch worked for and won the Democratic nomination. With the 2000 campaign, he's adopted a more conciliatory tone... stressing teamwork and party unity.
[SOT 15:30:38]
[IN Q=What I've tried to say]

((WHAT I'VE TRIED TO SAY IS I THINK TEAMWORK IS THE REAL IMPORTANT ASPECT TO THIS ELECTION. I THINK THAT THE CHOICE FOR TEAMWORK IS REAL CLEAR IN THE MAY 2000 ELECTIONS. WE HAVE A GOOD TEAM ON THE DEMOCRATIC SIDE AND I HAVE TRIED TO EMPHASIZE THE POSITIVES BEHIND THAT TEAM.))
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[OUT Q=behind that team.]


Bestpitch is a social services consultant and a Radford University instructor... He says his 25 years of professional experience working with families will help him air all sides of an issue, and build a consensus toward an effective solution.
[SOT 15:33:57]
[IN Q=We hear a lot about]

((WE HEAR A LOT ABOUT WHAT THE PROBLEMS ARE, BUT WHAT WE NEED TO FOCUS ON IS HOW WE WORK TOGETHER AS A COMMUNITY, HOW WE GET THE DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS OF THE CITY INVOLVED, HOW WE GET NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS, HOW WE GET THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY INVOLVED, HOW WE GET LABOR ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED TO WORK COOPERATIVELY TOGETHER ON THE SOLUTIONS THAT ARE GOING TO MAKE ROANOKE A BETTER PLACE.))
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[OUT Q=make Roanoke a better place.]))
[ANCHOR=Denise]
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We'll continue our look at the Roanoke City Council race next weekend. Joe Dashiell will profile the remaining four candidates then.

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[WRITER=kor]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning......
Tensions are still simmering in Miami. Both sides in the Elian Gonzalez custody dispute are waiting to hear from a federal court.
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[anchor=Denise]


Plus-- A Dublin Elementary student showed up at school with a gun this week. A word from the school superintendent, just ahead.
[2-shot toss to hello]




[School-Gun]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=None]


A Dublin Elementary student was reportedly removed from school Friday after bringing a gun to class.
Pulaski County Superintendent David Cox says this is an isolated incident involving one student and that the school responded quickly and appropriately.
All Dublin elementary school students were given a note to take home informing their parents.
Cox would not say what will happen to the child-- but did say the gun has been turned over to Dublin police who are handling the investigation.

[2Protests]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Demonstrators in Washington got a head start on delegates going to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund meetings.
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Chanting that they would rather wear nothing than Gap, a dozen or so men and women in the crowd removed their clothes.
They stood in their underwear in the street - to the amusement of many onlookers.
The protesters gathered outside a 'Gap' store in the Georgetown neighborhood, to protest against the company's alleged sweatshop practices.
The protesters are hoping to repeat their success of November last year when they caused huge disruptions to the World Trade Organization talks in Seattle.
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[Cuban-Boy]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=Elian Gonzalez]


Both sides of the Elian Gonzalez custody case are waiting for a federal appeals court in Atlanta to issue a decision.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Miami, FL;]


The government has asked the judges to order the family to surrender the boy.
Family lawyers are calling for face-to-face talks with the father, Juan Miguel Gonzalez.
At the same time, they have released an affidavit accusing the father of being abusive.
Juan Miguel will speak with Dan Rather tonight at seven during 60 Minutes. That's right here on WDBJ 7.
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[11Gilmore]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=00-13 11:11]
[GRAPHIC=Jim Gilmore]


Governor Gilmore's been given a key position with George W- Bush's presidential campaign.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co./Friday;]


Gilmore, who was in Henry County Friday to announce the creation of new jobs, has been named co-chairman of the Republican National Committee's Victory two- thousand effort.
The committee will oversee election efforts for Governor George W. Bush as well as other candidates.
Bush was reportedly instrumental in having Gilmore named to the position.
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[11Jail-Lock-Up]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=99-57 TC1:54:14]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Some local folks spent their Saturday behind bars - at the mall.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


These willing volunteers -- agreed to be locked-up at Valley View Mall to raise money to fight against domestic violence.
Each prisoner was equipped with a cell phone and phone book, to call friends and family to pledge money for their bail -- with all of the money going to benefit the TAP Women's Resource Center.
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[SOT 4:08]
[IN Q=The more awareness and eduction]

((SGT. TAMMY CARMICHAEL/ROANOKE CITY POLICE DEPT: THE MORE AWARENESS THAT WE GET TO THE PEOPLE THAT THERE ARE AGENCIES OUT HERE THAT ARE HERE FOR THEM TO HELP THEM THE BETTER WE ARE. IF WE CAN HELP ONE VICTIM NOT BECOME A VICTIM OF A HOMICIDE THEN WE'VE DONE SOMETHING RIGHT))
[SUPER=01-Sgt. Tammy Carmichael/Roanoke Police Department]
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[OUT Q=something right]
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[VO-NAT]


Sergeant Carmichael says last year -- domestic violence related deaths accounted for about half of the homicides in Roanoke.
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[Tease#2]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT]
Still to come on News 7....... a look at the man who wants to turn Danville around.
We'll have a profile of new city manager Jerry Gwaltney.
And...
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we're going to hear from some college students who got thousands of dollars to make a C-D.
The catch is - they have to earn it back. [Andrew ad-lib into the travel forecast]
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He's only been on the job for several months. But already Danville's new city manager is making headway on the city's economy. In this week's Virginia Profile, Surae Chinn talks one on one with the new guy in town.
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