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The discovery of four bodies in Martinsville leaves the Police Chief saying it's the worst case he's seen in 21 years.
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[vo-nat]
And Pennsylvania police say a beer truck is to blame for a deadly freeway accident this weekend.
More on those stories in just a moment.
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[11Murder-Suicide]


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Police in Martinsville believe a man caring for his family in snapped... and killed three family members ones before turning the gun on himself.
The bodies were discovered yesterday afternoon.
Kate Weidaw has more.
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((Police say Jesse LeRoy Brown Junior couldn't take the pressure of caring for his father who suffered from severe Alzheimer's and his 12 year old nephew who is physically and mentally disabled. Officials believe sometime between 10-30 am and 1 pm Saturday Brown Junior took the lives of his father Jesse Brown Senior, his nephew Demetri Brown and his sister 34 year old Dorothy Brown from Greensboro North Carolina in their home on Yorkshire Road in Martinsville before turning the gun on himself. Police Chief Mike Rogers says the evidence points to a murder suicide.

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((MIKE ROGERS/MARTINSVILLE POLICE CHIEF: WE FOUND A NOTE LEFT BY JESSE BROWN JUNIOR OUT LINING HIS FRUSTRATION WITH THE SITUATION AND ALSO LEFT ARRAIGNMENTS ON HOW HE WANTS HIS FUNERAL ARRAIGNMENTS AND WE FOUND A FIREARM IN HIS POSSESSION.))
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Neighbors say they're shocked.

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((DOUG INGRAM/NEIGHBOR: HE SEEMED LIKE A HAPPY GO LUCKY FELLOW SO IT'S A TRAGEDY AND SURPRISE TO EVERYONE.))
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Even though police say they know the motive for this murder-suicide they will be investigating. Kate Weidaw News 7 Martinsville.))



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A truck hauling 44-thousand pounds of beer jumped the median of a Pennsylvania freeway and collided with on coming traffic yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Donegal, PA;]


The truck hit two mini vans and a Cadillac. The accident killed two and injured eight others. Police have charged the driver of the truck, Raymond Revels, with vehicular homicide.
Revels was coming from Columbus, Ohio.
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A State Trooper suffered minor injuries during a hit-and-run accident on Interstate 81 this weekend.
Trooper J.D. Pickel was in Wythe County when he saw a vehicle in the south bound lane of I-81 cross over into the median Friday.
The car then spun around and hit his vehicle.
The driver, Seth Aaron Baumb, was ejected but got back into the car and proceeded to drive south in the north bound lane.
The car was located a half hour later near the Rural Retreat Raceway. Baumb wasn't located until around six yesterday morning.
The Trooper's car was totaled.
Baumb has been charged in connection with the incident.


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A strong earthquake jolted a string of islands off Tokyo this morning just hours after a volcanic eruption.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Kozushima, Japan;]


The quake cracked roads, burst water pipes and triggered landslides that damaged homes.
The magnitude was reportedly 6.0 and was centered on an island chain about 105 miles south of Tokyo.
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[Wisconsin-Flooding]

[Tease#1]



[ANCHOR=Denise]
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[both mics HOT]
Health experts warn that Americans are becoming complacent about AIDS.
Details from the international AIDS conference, still ahead.
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Plus...
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[TAKE VO]
It's been 20 years since a Radford University freshman vanished.
Her family still doesn't know where her body is - even as her killer remains behind bars.
We'll take a look back, in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
And...
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[SOT from Newspath Friday 10:33:34]
[In-Q=I'm Drew Levinson]
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[Out-Q=coming up.]
[comm #1]

[lott]






[AIDS]


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Public health officials worry, people are becoming more reckless in their sexual behavior.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Durban, South Africa;]


AIDS infections in the U-S have fallen since their peak in the 1980s.
But health officials fear complacency about the disease could bring AIDS roaring back.
That's the word released at the AIDS conference being held in Durban, South Africa. It's meant to focus on AIDS in developing nations.
Several CDC studies conclude that between two and four percent around four to five million of the adult population still puts themselves at high risk for contracting the disease.
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[Health-Week]


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[WRITER=chr]
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Beware of false labels on herbal and nutritional supplements...
And research shows kids who play several sports could be better off than children who stick with one.
Dr. Dave Hnida has those stories and more in Health Week.
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[SOT from Newspath Saturday 05:25:30]
[IN Q=It may]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Dave Hnida/Reporting]
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[OUT Q=CBS News]

((ON CAM IT MAY SEEM OBVIOUS- TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOURSELF AND THE BETTER THE CHANCE YOULL LIVE A LONG AND HEALTHY LIFE.BUT YOU PROBABLY DON'T REALIZE JUST HOW BETTER THAT CHANCE IS.

VT=VO

A 14 YEAR STUDY OF MORE THAN 84-THOUSAND WOMEN SHOWS A SENSIBLE DIET, REGULAR EXERCISE- A LITTLE ALCOHOL, AND NO SMOKING CAN CUT THE RISK OF A HEART ATTACK BY MORE THAN 80%.

VT=VO

HERBS AND NUTRITION SUPPLEMENTS ARE HOTTER THAN EVER- BUT DO YOU REALLY GET WHAT YOURE GETTING WHEN YOU BUY ONE?. A STUDY FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FOUND A NUMBER OF PRODUCTS DON'T CONTAIN ANY ACTIVE INGREDIENTS- EVEN IF THE LABEL SAYS IT DOES. FOR EXAMPLE WHEN RESEARCHERS TESTED 32 BRANDS OF CHONDROITIN SULFATE-WHICH IS SUPPOSED TO BE GOOD FOR BAD JOINTS- ONLY 5 ACTUALLY CONTAINED THE AMOUNT OF CHONDROITIN THE LABEL CLAIMED. MOST HAD LESS THAN HALF. AND SEVERAL GINSENG PRODUCTS CONTAINED NO GINSENG AT ALL.

VT=VO

FINALLY TODAY- THE TREND THESE DAYS FOR KIDS SEEMS TO BE: PICK A SPORT- BUT PICK JUST ONE. MORE AND MORE KIDS ARE PLAYING YEAR ROUND SOCCER- BASKETBALL, WHATEVER- BUT THE ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS SAYS IF YOU HAVE A ONE SPORT CHILD- YOU ARE RISKING INJURY- BOTH PHYSICAL AND MENTAL.THEY SAY- A WELL ROUNDED ATHLETIC CHILD IS ALLOWED TO TAKE PART IN A NUMBER OF SPORTS.- AVOID THE STRESS FRACTURES, TENDONITIS, AND MENTAL BURNOUT.
ON CAM THAT'S A LOOK AT SOME OF THIS WEEKS TOP HEALTH STORIES. IM DR DAVE HNIDA FOR CBS NEWS.))



[Ford-Motor]


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Ford Motor Company is investing another 450-million dollars in Virginia.
That's the price tag for a plant expansion that's expected to bring around 15- hundred jobs to Norfolk.
Ford hopes to expand its truck assembly plant by acquiring land owned by Allied Systems and the United Automobile Workers Local 9-19. The plant currently employs over 23-hundred workers.
[Reel-Open]
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[writer=chr]
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It's been 20 years since the disappearance of Radford University freshman Gina Renee Hall.
Though the 18-year-old's body was nowhere to be found, her family - and a jury of one man's peers - were convinced she was never coming home...
It became a landmark case in the lawbooks.
Keith Humphry takes a look back in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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[SUPER=21-Bland Co./1982; :16]
[SUPER=21-Pulaski Co./1980; :28]
[SUPER=21-Stephen Epperly/1982; 1:14]
[SUPER=21-Everett Shockley/December 16, 1980; 1:55]
[SUPER=21-John Hall/December 16, 1980; 2:43]
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[OUT Q=I'm Keith Humphry.]

[Open on Gina pic Tape S-136 TC 25:51] (( By all accounts - she just wanted to go dancing.
On June 29th, 1980, Gina Hall [TC 24:17 Jacob's Lounge building] left in her sister Dlana's car and went to a Blacksburg nightspot. [TC 24:19 Epperly walk shot] There, she met the man who would be convicted of her murder.
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[SOT from TAPE S-62 TC 2:46 - 2:50]
[IN Q=Did you kill]

((Did you kill Gina Hall? E: No I did not, no I did not.))
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[OUT Q=did not. -- DOUBLE OUT!!!]

[hold over Epperly in prison video]
28 year old Stephen Epperly said he met Hall at the Blacksburg Marriott.
He said the two left the nightspot together [Claytor Lake cabin VO - tape S-136 TC 7:48]
- and went to a cabin on Claytor Lake. There, they [Radford home tape S-136 TC 7:17] kissed - but she didn't want more. He said she drove him to his home in Radford, and it ended there. [Jurors on train trestle TAPE S-136 TC 6:14]
But prosecutors led Epperly, along with a jury of 5 women and 7 men, [Epperly on train trestle S-136 TC 6:30] along the trail they believe Epperly ACTUALLY followed with his victim.
The trail, determined by a tracking dog, started under the [S-136 tc 24:06 - bridge] railroad bridge on Hazel Hollow Road - where the abandoned car of Gina's [abandoned car TAPE S-136 TC 28:01]
sister was located.
From there, the dog followed Epperly's scent [FOLLOW SHOTS BEGINNING AT TC 28:04 - NARRATION ON NEWSREEL SHOULD MATCH VIDEO AND AUDIO AT THIS TIME CODE ON S-136] across the railroad bridge over the New River, along the tracks to Memorial Bridge and back past the makeshift landfill at the foot of Harvey Street.
Epperly believed the tracking dog [EPPERLY IN PRISON - any shot on TAPE S-62 near following sounbite TC will do] played a key role in his conviction. It would be a main point of contention in subsequent appeals.
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[SOT TAPE S-62 TC 1:39 - 1:52]
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((1:39 --- I will logically, truthfully,... prove that Everett Shockley Comm Atty of Pul Co... falsely incriminated me
w/ his tracking dog evidence --- 1:52))
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[hold over Epperly in prison VO]
The Supreme Court wasn't swayed. Attorneys for Epperly have filed several appeals since. He remains behind bars today. [EVERETT SHOCKLEY vo TAPE S-136 TC 13:58] Prosecutor Everett Shockley believed Epperly's own words were instrumental in his conviction. [TROOPER AUSTIN HALL TAPE S-136 TC 23:49]
Epperly reportedly told State Trooper Austin Hall he would "think about it" when Hall asked for help locating the woman's body. [GENERIC TRIAL/COURTHOUSE FOOTAGE - TAPE S-136 TC 1:53] Bill Cranwell, the brother of Vinton Delegate Dick Cranwell, testified Epperly asked him a curious question:
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[SOT TAPE S-136 TC 58:14 - 58:22]
[IN-Q=And then]

((58:14 And then of course the last witness today Bill Cranwell... he stated to him "What can they do to me if they don't find a body?" 58:22))
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[OUT-Q=find a body?]

[Prosecutor Shockley and Prosecution team TAPE S-136 TC 00:55]
Then there was the evidence - in all, 97 pieces submitted by the prosecution.
It included blood and hair samples from a bundle of clothing found near train tracks in Radford. It's believed to be the clothing Gina Hall wore the night she disappeared. [EPPERLY being driven away in a police car from TAPE S-136 29:39]
But as a murderer was convicted - another question remained.
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[IN-Q=Even as the trial]

((27:45 Even as the trial closed today the search for Gina Hall's body continued here in Radford -- 27:51))
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[OUT-Q=here in Radford.]

[FADE DOWN KEITH'S 1980 AUDIO!!! USE SEARCH VO]
The testimony and evidence was enough to bring about the first murder conviction in Virginia without a body OR an eyewitness to a body. [JOHN HALL (FATHER) LEAVING COURT TAPE S-136 TC 58:27]
But the conviction offered little if any consolation to a grieving father, when we asked John Hall about it 20 years ago.
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[SOT from TAPE S-136 tc 58:59 - 59:16]
[In-Q=No, no.]
((58:59 Hall: No, no. My daughter's my first concern and I'd love to have her back ------ 59:05 ---- but it uh, it hasn

't changed my mind. I feel like the only way I'll ever know, someone has to tell me where she's at and show me - 59:16))
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[Out-Q=and show me.]

[when he says "tell me" BRING UP GINA PICTURE from Tape S-136 TC 25:51]
He's still waiting.
That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))




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Sacramento notched its fifth win in six games and moved within four games of first-place Houston in the Western Conference. The Monarchs visit the Comets on Wednesday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Sacramento, CA;]


Last night at home the Monarchs dominated Washington. Ruthie Bolten-Holifield drives to the hoop to increase the lead.
On the break away, Kedra Holland-Corn makes the great one touch pass. Latasha Byears finishes the play with the bucket.
Chamique Holdsclaw led the Mystics and all scorers with 16 points as she pulls up to make the jumpshot here.
But Washington remains winless against Sacramento. The Monarchs hold the six and oh edge and win last night's contest 78-56.
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[anchor=Denise]
[ss=MLB]


Some of the major league's stars won't be shining in Tuesday night's all star game.
St. Louis' Mark McGwire is out with tendinitis in his knee. Seattle's Alex Rodriquez suffered a concussion Friday night and will watch from the American League dugout.
Baltimore Iron Man Cal Ripken is on the D-L with a back injury.
Cleveland outfielder Manny Ramirez is out with a hamstring pull.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning... 4 are dead in Martinsville in Virginia's second multiple-murder-suicide in as many weeks...
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[vo-nat] and the campaign trail leads to the Roanoke Valley, as Senator Chuck Robb and former governor George Allen make campaign stops. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[2Murder-Suicide]


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[TAPE#=Net -- from 00-22 47:23]
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Martinsville's Police Chief says it's the worst case he's seen in 21 years on the police force.
Yesterday - four bodies were discovered in a home on Yorkshire Road after an apparent murder-suicide.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville]


The estranged wife of Jesse LeRoy Brown Senior went to his home yesterday and discovered the bodies of Brown and three of his family members inside.
Authorities say a suicide note indicates Brown's son, Jesse LeRoy Brown Junior, killed his 63-year-old father, his sister, 34-year-old Dorothy Brown of Greensboro, North Carolina, and his 12-year-old nephew, Demetri Brown, whom he had adopted 10 years ago.
Brown had reportedly been caring for both his father, who suffered from Alzheimer's disease - and his adopted son, who was severely disabled.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]

((MIKE ROGERS/MARTINSVILLE POLICE CHIEF: WE FOUND A NOTE LEFT BY JESSE BROWN JUNIOR OUT LINING HIS FRUSTRATION WITH THE SITUATION AND ALSO LEFT ARRANGEMENTS ON HOW HE WANTS HIS FUNERAL ARRAIGNMENTS AND WE FOUND A FIREARM IN HIS POSSESSION.))
[SUPER=01-Mike Rogers/Martinsville Police Chief;:35]
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[OUT Q=in his possession.]
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[VO-NAT]


Police will continue to investigate the murders.
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[11Robb-Allen]


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The campaign trail for a hotly-contested Senate seat wound up in Roanoke yesterday.
Senator Chuck Robb and Republican challenger George Allen spoke at the state convention for the American Legion in Roanoke.
Allen seized an opportunity to attack Robb's record on military issues.
Joy Sutton reports.
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[OUT Q=js news7 roanoke.]

(( Senator Chuck Robb was welcomed by fellow veterans at the Virginia Council of American Legion convention in Roanoke. But instead of revving up the crowd with his military agenda --he choose to start his speech by clarifying why he voted against the flag-protection-amendment, an issue the American legion had been fighting for.
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[SOTtape#1 7:16:19]
[IN Q=If we reach past]

((CHUCK ROBB: IF WE REACH PAST OUR NATURAL ANGER AND DISGUST FOR A FEW PUBLICITY HUNGRY FLAG BURNERS WE KNOW IN OUR HEARTS THAT A GREAT NATION LIKE OURS SHOULD NOT IMPRISON INDIVIDUALS WHO EXERCISE THEIR RIGHT TO POLITICAL DISSENT))
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But when George Allen took the stage -- he wasted no time rallying the troops by criticizing Robb for not protecting the flag -- and vowing that he would vote in favor of the amendment if elected.
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[SOT4:29:40]
[IN Q=This organization]

((GEORGE ALLEN: THIS ORGANIZATION HAS SPENT MILLIONS OF HOURS PUSHING FOR THAT CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO BE SENT TO THE PEOPLE IN THE STATES. MY OPPONENT VOTES AGAINST IT EVERY YEAR. ))
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[OUT Q=every year]


But Allen also took the opportunity to attack Robb for supporting cuts in military spending.
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[SOT4;30:43]
[IN Q=He votes for major cuts]

((GEORGE ALLEN: HE VOTES FOR MAJOR CUTS. 112 BILLION DOLLARS IN CUTS. EVERYONE SAY THEY NEED ABOUT 80 BILLION MORE DOLLARS AND HE VOTES FOR 112 BILLION DOLLAR CUT PROPOSED BY CLINTON))
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[OUT Q=by Clinton]


Allen says it's time Virginia had two votes in favor of stronger national defense and adequate pay for those who are serving.
But Robb says Allen has not done his homework -- because he says anyone who has looked at his record knows he has been a consistent supporter of military spending.
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[SOT7;56:41]
[IN Q=If Governor Allen]

((CHUCK ROBB:IF GOVERNOR ALLEN HAS A SUBSTANTIVE AGREEMENT WITH ME WE OUGHT TO DEBATE THAT. BUT TO SUGGEST THAT I'M SOMEHOW SOFT ON DEFENSE OR INATTENTIVE TO OUR NATIONS MILITARY NEEDS IS SIMPLY NOT ACCURATE REFLECTION OF MY RECORD))
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[OUT Q=of my record]

Robb says it's not a wise campaign strategy for Allen to bring the military issue to the forefront because Robb says he doesn't stand a fighting chance.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))






[Wallens-Ridge]


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A Southwest Virginia prison was the subject of a protest in Connecticut this weekend.
Dozens of relatives of inmates sent to the Wallens Ridge Correctional Facility in Big Stone Gap protested the transfers yesterday.
The rally included relatives of Lawrence James Frazier - a Connecticut inmate who died last week after he was shocked with a stun gun at Wallens Ridge.
Relatives of David Tracy also attended the rally. The 20-year-old killed himself at the prison in April.

[N-Ireland]


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I-R-A dissidents are blamed for a car bombing this morning in Northern Ireland.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Drumcree, Ireland;]


The blast shook a predominantly Catholic town just hours before Northern Ireland's most contentious Protestant parade.
Two civilians have been treated for shock, but nobody was reported wounded.
Residents saw a masked man park the car outside the police base, and then flee in a waiting getaway car. Police were evacuating the center of the town when the bomb went off.
Today's Orange Order march has inspired a week of street clashes in Northern Ireland.
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[60-Minutes]


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By now you've probably heard plenty about Harry Potter - the fictional orphan-turned-wizard who's taken the bestseller list by storm.
But how much do you know about the poor, single mother who created him?
Lesley Stahl caught up with the woman who is, right now, the most successful author in the world.
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[IN Q=A little boy]
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[OUT Q=ever been before or since. Yeah.]
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You can catch that story and more on 60 Minutes tonight at seven here on your Hometown Station.


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

[BOTH MICS HOT]
Still to come on News 7....... College football's coming to Victory Stadium again - to help out Total Action Against Poverty.
We'll have some guests in the studio to tell us more about it.
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And... we'll tell you about a cussing coach - trying to help Americans clean up foul mouths.
Plus...
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[VO-NAT]


Rocky and Bullwinkle hit the big screen.
Roger Ebert says it's a multi-layer movie.
We'll explain, coming up. [Kimberly ad-lib into the travel forecast]
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[Cussing-Control]


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[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=Net]
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If you think cussing's become too common in American households, work places, and on sports fields... Never fear.


There's a cussing coach who plans to fix some BAD manners.
Drew Levinson reports
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[SOT from Fri 10:31:24 ]
[IN Q=When Tiger Woods]
[SUPER=01-Drew Levinson/Reporting]
[SUPER=01-James O'Connor/Cuss Control President;]
[RUNS=1:33]
[OUT Q=Northbrook, Illinois.]

(((natsound cursing) When Tiger Woods let loose a string of expletives after a bad shot at the US Open many viewers gasped.
(natsound cursing)

After a man fell out his canoe and started cursing in front of a young family-a Michigan judge convicted him.

(STANDUP DREW LEVINSON/CBS NEWS)

OUR LANGUAGE MAY BE NO MORE FOUL THAN BEFORE, BUT THIS FILTHY TALK IS GETTING A LOT MORE ATTENTION. SO MUCH SO THAT ONE REFORMED CURSER IS COMMITTED TO CLEANING IT UP.

(O'CONNOR AT A SEMINAR)

I THINK SWEARING IS ONE WAY THAT WE COMMUNICATE
James OConnor conducts seminars aimed to curb cussing. OConnor is also the president of an academy called Cuss Control and
the author of a book by the same name---he even has a web site.



(JAMES O'CONNOR/CUSS CONTROL ACADEMY)


I KNOW LOTS OF PEOPLE SWEAR BUT IT SEEMS MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE DOING IT WHENEVER AND WHEREVER THEY CHOOSE TO AND I DECIDED THAT I PERSONALLY WAS NOT GOING TO CONTRIBUTE TO THIS DECLINE IN CIVILITY.
For OConnor its not just about substituting a clean word for a dirty one, he says spewing profanity is all about attitude-its about communication.
SO MUCH OF OUR SWEARING IS COMPLAINING, IT IS CRITICIZING, IT IS EXPRESSING SOME SORT OF NEGATIVE VIEW ABOUT SOMETHING AND IT DOESN'T MAKE YOU PLEASANT TO BE WITH.
But at the same time OConnor admits lewd language is sometimes appropriate.
YOU STUB YOUR TOE, YOU HAVE PAIN I DON'T THINK ANYBODY ELSE IS GOING TO BLAME YOU FOR SWEARING.
And if youre going to swear, you might as well be in good company, of all the rude remarks out there, 70 percent include
THE SH WORD WE USE THAT FOR VIRTUALLY EVERYTHING
Still breaking the habit is not easy, but sometimes you just gotta say, the heh the heck with it.
Drew Levinson, CBS News Northbrook, IL.))




[Ebert-Picks]


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The talking moose and the flying squirrel who can't fly...
You may know them better as Rocky and Bullwinkle.
Roger Ebert tells us what he thinks of their appearance on the Big Screen.
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[SOT from EBERT PICS beta TAPE TC 4:26]
[SUPER=01-Roger Ebert/Movie Critic;:00]
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You can see Roger Ebert's reviews today at Eleven here on Your Hometown Station.

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DENISE JOINED BY 2 GUESTS LIVE ON RECORD

[Super=01-Annette Lewis/TAP Director]
[super=01-Ivan Brewer/Virginia Union Football Player]


[DENISE WRAPS AND INTROS 2-SPORTS]
(archive: TAP Project Recovery football Victory Stadium)