[Open-Heads]

[ANCHOR=Joy]

[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
[SUPER=@Joy1;]
[SUPER=@Jacey1;]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Another deadly explosion rocks the streets of downtown Jerusalem...
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And a new technology center is helping Franklin County residents log-on to a better future. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Explosion]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=kgu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Explosion]


A suicide bomb attack rattles Jerusalem...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Jerusalem]

At least 30 people are wounded after the explosion in a crowded downtown street. A police spokesman says the attacker blew himself up next to a shoe shop along a commercial strip that runs through western Jerusalem. The blast blew out shop windows and left victims sprawled in the street. Just yesterday, the Palestinian Cabinet had issued a plea for an end to the militant attacks on Israelis. A statement said such attacks were not in what it referred to as the ``national cause'' of Palestinians.
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[Acosta]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=War on Terrorism]


Secretary of State Colin Powell is calling for new protections for the Al-Quaida and Taliban fighters now being detained at a U-S Naval base in Cuba.
This comes as the President prepares for his State of the Union address.
Jim Acosta has details.
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[SOT5:08:24]
[IN Q=First Europe complained]
[SUPER=01-Tommy Franks/U. S. Central Command; 1:06]
[SUPER=01-Jim Acosta/CBS News; 1:19]
[RUNS=1:32]
[OUT Q=standard]

((First Europe complained about the treatment of Al-Qaeda prisoners at Camp X-Ray in Cuba. Now it appears Secretary of State Colin Powell wants changes made. Published reports say Powell will ask the President to grant captives new protections under the Geneva Convention -- that could shield them from interrogations. The idea challenges the White House position that the detainees are "unlawful combatants" and not prisoners of war.

(nats of bush arriving)



(TRACK)

The debate could be a distraction for the President who is warming up for his State of the Union speech. In his weekly radio address -- Mr. Bush said he wants to "spend what it takes to win the war against terrorism."

SOT: President Bush


"My budget calls for the largest increase in defense spending in the last 20 years, investing in more precision weapons, missile defenses, unmanned vehicles, and high-tech equipment for our soldiers on the ground."

(TRACK)


AND IT LOOKS LIKE THE PRESIDENT WON'T HAVE TROUBLE SELLING THE PUBLIC.
A NEW CBS, NEW YORK TIMES POLL SHOWS AMERICANS OVERWHELMINGLY SUPPORT THE WAR..

(GRAPHIC)


HOWEVER, WELL OVER HALF DON'T THINK THE U-S CAN DECLARE VICTORY UNTIL OSAMA BIN LADEN IS KILLED OR CAPTURED.
AND FOR NOW THE U-S MILITARY SAYS IT HAS NO IDEA WHERE THE TERRORIST LEADER IS HIDING.

SOT: Gen. Tommy Franks/Cmdr. of U.S. Forces

"What we do though everyday is we receive fresh intelligence information and some of it turns out to be good information and some of it not."

(Stand-up)

Afghanistan's prime minister wants American forces to keep the fight going -- until all Al Qeada fighters are blasted out of his country. Hamid Karzai will be a guest of honor at Tuesday's state of the union speech. Jim Acosta CBS News Washington"))

[Enron]


[ANCHOR=JOy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Enron]


The Governor of Texas is speaking out about the demise of Enron.
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[VO-NAT5:18:23]
[SUPER=03-Houston, TX]


Governor Rick Perry says it is tragic to have such a profitable company go under. But he says Texans are resilient and will bounce back. Enron contributed to Perry's campaign for governor two years ago. But he says he has no plans of giving the money back.
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[SOT5;19:58]
[IN Q=Those individuals in good faith]

(( Those individuals in good faith that gave those contributions so that I could be elected to this office that I hold and I think that's what it was intended for that is what it is going to be used, for the bulk of it has already been spent frankly."))
[RUNS=11]
[OUT Q=has already been spent frankly]
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
[GRAPHIC=hold]


However, Washington Governor Gary Locke plans to donate the 2-thousand dollars in contributions he received from the company to former Enron employees.


[Tech-Center]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=02-08 TC-7:33]
[GRAPHIC=none]

A grant from the Department of Education totalling more than 280-thousand dollars is giving workers in Franklin County a chance to succeed. The county is home to a new Community Technology Center which offers free computer training. Jennifer Miele has details.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Nat sound]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;:00]
[SUPER=01-George Washington/Superintendent of Schools;:23]
[SUPER=01-Larry Quinn/Project Coordinator;:41]
[SUPER=@jennifer1;1:02]
[SUPER=01-Sharlene Williamson/Instructional Technology Administrator;1:24]
[RUNS=1:40]
[OUT Q=JM News 7 Franklin County.]

(( [NAT OF RIBBON CUTTING]
[RUNS= 03]


It was a proud day for Franklin County Schools.
A well-written federal grant proposal paid-off in the form of a new Community Technology Center.
It's a place for residents to learn how to e-mail, surf the web, and use digital cameras, scanners and printers.


[SOT]

[tc:00:22:48] ((GEORGE WASHINGTON/SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS:COMPUTERS HAVE ALWAYS HAD THIS MYSTIQUE ABOUT THEM, AND I'M TRUSTING THAT ONCE PEOPLE BEGIN TO WORK WITH THEM, THEY'LL BEGIN TO FLY, TAKE OFF.))
[RUNS= 08]


With about six percent of the county's population out of work, the Tech Center is being a called a much needed crutch in worker retraining.
Larry Quinn will head-up the project -- and there's a reason why he's so devoted to it.
[SOT]

[TC:00:23:50] ((LARRY QUINN/PROJECT COORDINATOR: I WORKED AT LANE COMPANY FOR 21 YEARS. IN THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENTS. WHEN THEY SHUT DOWN, I WAS ONE OF THE FIRST PEOPLE TO GO IN JUNE. I WAS OUT OF WORK FOR FIVE AND A HALF MONTHS, BEFORE I WAS ABLE TO GET THIS JOB.))
[RUNS= 14]

[STANDUP] [tc:00:28:10]
((JENNIFER MIELE/REPORTING: TECHNOLOGY --- FRANKLIN COUNTY IS HOPING TO MAKE ITSELF MORE ATTRACTIVE TO HIGH-TECH INDUST

RY. BY PROVIDING FREE COMPUTER TRAINING MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY THIS COMPUTER LAB WILL SEE TO IT, THAT FRANKLIN COUNTY WORKS.))
[RUNS= 13]


The Center has been unofficially open for about a month.
Organized classes on Saturdays are when most of the users get down to business -- logging on for an average of 5 hours each visit.
The success of the Community Technology Center depends greatly on the success of each user.
[SOT]

[TC:00:21:31] ((SHARLENE WILLIAMSON/INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY ADMINISTRATOR: I'M IN THE PROCESS, IN THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, AND MOST OF MARCH, IN WRITING ANOTHER GRANT TO HOPEFULLY KEEP THIS UP.))
[RUNS= 10]


Now residents are just a click away to an investment in their future.
Jennifer Miele, News 7, Franklin County.))




[Job-fair]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=02-04 TC-08:09]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Good news for workers in the Roanoke area - Johnson and Johnson's Spectacle Lens Group is hiring... and several hundred people attended a job fair held yesterday to try and snag some of the openings.
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[SOT]

[TC:20:50:21]
[IN Q=We're very impressed]

((NATALIE ESTRELLA/JOHNSON & JOHNSON: WE'RE VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE CALIBER OF PEOPLE WE'VE SEEN, THE SKILL SETS THAT THEY BRING WITH THEM, WE'RE VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE PEOPLE IN THE VALLEY, AND THE CANDIDATES THAT WE ARE SEEING TODAY.))

[SUPER=01-Natalie Estrella/Johnson & Johnson]
[RUNS=11]
[OUT Q=seeing today.]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-Johnson & Johnson Video;]


The Spectacle Lens Group is looking to fill engineering, manufacturing, technician and administrative positions.
Johnson and Johnson wouldn't say how many it will hire, but did say its gearing up to produce more of its patented no-line bifocals.
The company, formerly known as Innotech, broke ground in 1999, but assembly line problems kept it from manufacturing.
Company officials say the kinks are all worked out, and the no-line bifocals are being tested in Eastern Virginia and Washington D.C.
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[Tease#1]



[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT] Roanoke's history of theatre has been wrought with tragedy -
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning -
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[VO-NAT]

We'll take a look back at times when drama took center stage.
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[Lotto]
[Break #1]



[Reel-Open]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun-AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=Va Newsreel]
[GRAPHIC=Va. newsreel]

Last year, the Grandin Theatre showed it's last picture show. While restoration efforts are in play right now there are no curtain calls for the grand old theatre. This isn't the first blow to theatre here in the Roanoke Valley. Shannon Young shows how hard it's been to get on with the show in today's Virginia Newsreel.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=animation]
[RUNS=:05]
[OUT Q=stop animation]


[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]

[Theatre-Reel]


[ANCHOR=wipe]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=VA Newsreel tc 1:50:49]
[GRAPHIC=WIPE]


[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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[SOT]
[IN Q=The American]
[SUPER=07-Bob Fishburn; :14]
[SUPER=01-David Huddleston/Actor; 1:16]
[SUPER=01-Jim Ayers/Director; 1:32]
[SUPER=01-Julie Hunsacker/Owner; 2:04]
[SUPER=01-Bill Murray/Actor; 2:27]
[SUPER=@Shannon2; 2:40ish]
[RUNS=2:49]
[OUT Q=Shannon Young]

(( [92-108 46:13] The American Theatre opened its doors in 1928 -giving Roanokers a taste of the theatre - [92-108 46:36] both on stage and the silver screen. Throughout World War Two - [92-108 47:34] patrons flocked downtown to see the latest releases. [92-108 46:30]
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=It was the ]
[RUNS= 5]

((BOB FISHBURN: IT WAS THE CENTER OF DOWNTOWN WHEN DOWNTOWN WAS THE CENTER OF SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA))
[OUT Q=Southwest Virginia]

[92-108 47:31] The American was primarily a movie palace - [92-108 47:34] but it also hosted several live productions... including the Miss Virginia Pageant. [any shots of American Theatre] The moviehouse closed in 1971 and Roanoke lost a piece of history when the building was demolished to make way far a bank. [92-108 47:46]
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=What really]
[RUNS= 21]

((BOB FISHBURN: WHAT REALLY MAKES ME NOSTALGIC IS TO THINK OF THE BUILDING THATS THERE NOW - THE DOMINION BANK BUILDING - WHICH IS, IF NOTHING ELSE, A FAIRLY COMMON PLACE MODERN BUILDING AND WHAT THEY TORE DOWN, WHICH WAS KIND OF A LIGHT INTO THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.))
[OUT Q=19th century]

[01-46 1:29:35] Roanoke's Summer Theatre got into the act in 1964 when it opened the doors to its new home. [01-46 1:29:42] Amid many doubts - the company renovated the Rocklegdge Inn on [01-46 1:30:14] Mill Mountain which had fallen to ruin during the depression. [01-46 1:30:05]
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Isn't this]
[RUNS= 8]

((REPORTER: ISN'T THIS GONG TO BE AN ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TASK? ACTOR: I THINK ITS A PERFECT BUILDING AND A A PERFECT SETTING FOR AN INTIMATE TYPE THEATRE.))
[OUT Q=type theatre]

[01-46 1:29:46] That summer the theatre group gave the building new life and the theatre a new name. [01-46 1:31:16] The playhouse became the Mill Mountian Theatre - and its focus was on being class act. [A35 1:07:14]
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=The actors]
[RUNS= 6]

((DAVID HUDDLESTON/ACTOR: THE ACTORS, DIRECTORS AND STAFF WILL BE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY AND MOST WILL BE OF BROADWAY CALIBER AND EXPERIENCE.))
[OUT Q=and experience]

[01-46 1:30:39] The theatre continued to entertain at the Rockledge Inn [01-46 1:30:46 - you may have to loop it, if that would work. This is all the fire video we have. or else use generic shots after you show fire!! Thanks] fire destroyed the building in 1976. The blaze may have ruined the playhouse - but not the spirits of the players [Mill Mountain Dub tape 1:43:09]
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=At this time]
[RUNS= 7]

((JIM AYERS/DIRECTOR:AT THIS TIME, I FEEL LIKE THERE'S NO WAY THAT THERE IS NOT GOING TO CONTINUE TO BE A MILL MOUNTAIN PLAYHOUSE EVEN IF WE HAVE TO HAVE IT SOMEWHERE ELSE.))
[OUT Q=somewhere else]

[01-46 1:31:10 to 1:31:16] The company found a temparory home in the Grandin Theatre. [01-46 1:31:17 to end] They stayed there until 1983 when the Mill Mountain Theatre moved to is present home at Center in the Square. [S244 1:12:26] The Grandin Theatre may have rescued the Mill Mountain at its time of need - [S244 1:12:45] but it wasn't long before the Grandin found itself in need of rescue. [S244 1:13:27] Financial problems closed the moviehouse in 1986. [S244 1:13:09] New buyers stepped up to the plate and made improvements to the building. [86:51 1:24:02 or use unused shots from S244!] But construction delays kept the Grandin from opening on time.. [86-51 1:24:12]
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=We have to ]
[RUNS= 11(approx)]

((JULIE HUNSACKER/OWNER: WE HAVE TO WAIT ON PARTS FOR THINGS AND, YOU KNOW, WE GET BEHIND PICKING OUT EXACTLY THE RIGHT COLOR AND DOING EVERYTHING THE WAY WE THINK IT OUGHT TO BE RATHER THAN JUST THROWING IT TOGETHER AND OPENING.))
[OUT Q=together and opening]

[86-51 1:24:37] The Grandin did eventually re-open in 1988 - but the drama didn't end there. Last year it bid farewell to patrons and let the curtain fall. [90-99 3:38 or any shot of him that works in this edit!] Bill Murray spoke the hearts of many Roanokers when he visited in 1990 - [90-99 4:09]
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=A theatre]
[RUNS= 11]

((BILL MURRAY/ACTOR: A THEATRE LIKE THIS THAT PLAYS, YA KNOW, SPECIAL MOVIES, UNUSUAL MOVIES IS REALLY VALUABLE. IT'S LIKE LOSING A CERTIAN FORM OF LIFE IN A NEIGHBORHOOD IF YOU LOSE A THEATRE LIKE THIS.))
[OUT Q=like this]

[either 01-61 starting at 3:01 or 02-02 starting at 4:27] The Grandin Theatre Foundation is currently working to ensure this life form lives on .. on the big screen instead [92-108 48-01] of following in the footsteps of the American. That's Virginia Newsreel. I'm Shannon Young. ))[TimeOff-Tease]
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[newscast=Sun AM]
[Tape=Time Off]
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Learn about]
[RUNS=:12]
[OUT Q=News 7]


[STRAIGHT TO BUMP]

[Wax-Museum]


[ANCHOR=Jacey]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=TimeOff]
[GRAPHIC=Time Off]

Natural Bridge has more to offer than a unique earth formation. In this week's Time Off Shannon Young takes us to a history museum with a twist.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Legend has it...]
[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-John McFerren/Natural Bridge Wax Museum; 1:04]
[SUPER=@Shannon1; 1:16]
[RUNS=2:01]
[OUT Q=STD]



(([SOT 5:45:59]
[IN Q=Legend has it...]
[RUNS= :20]
[OUT Q=never to be heard from again.]

There's a place where legends and lore meet biblical and Virginia history. At the Natural Bridge Wax Museum George Washington stands just feet away from Adam and Eve. An authentic still from the James River recreation area rounds out a traditional southern scene... And an old elevator marks the discovery of Natural Bridge as a tourist destination.
[SOT 5:35:04-5:35:07]
[IN Q=That was the first elevator...]

((That was the first elevator that was built in 1834.))
[RUNS= :03]
[OUT Q=that was built in 1834.]

John McFerren's been in the wax figure business for decades. He's come to recognize which themes work best in certain parts of the country. Virginia's Bible Belt status makes some displays more popular than others.
[SOT 5:35:43-5:35:49]
[IN Q=Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper is one of our better scenes.]

((Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper is one of our better scenes. It works really well in the area.))
[RUNS= :06]
[OUT Q=really well in the area.]

[BUTT BUTT BUTT]
[SOT 5:35:57-5:36:08]
[IN Q=It's an 8 minute narrative...]

((It's an 8-minute narrative, has sound, got the storm, kind of explains what Leonardo da Vinci's painting is all about.))
[RUNS= :11]
[OUT Q=painting is all about.]
[SOT 5:26:54-5:27:03]
[IN Q=The scenes are designed...]

((The scenes are designed to give you a feel for the people and places of the past but McFerren says he'll also be adding some current personalities.))
[RUNS= :09]
[OUT Q=to add some current personalities.]

Keep your eye on the Hall of Presidents.
[SOT 5:38:30-5:38:40]
[IN Q=it's the only area...]

((It's the only area I can use to show current events. We're getting ready to bring George Bush down and put the two Bush boys together.))
[RUNS= :10]
[OUT Q=two Bush boys together.]

90-percent of the figures are scultped from photographs.
[SOT 5:36:44-5:36:53]
[IN Q=We try to put the emotions of the time.]

((We try to put the emotions of the time, if there's anguish or happiness we have the figure smiling))
[RUNS= :09]
[OUT Q=trying to depict.]

After the heads are shaped the bodies are assembled in the factory downstairs. A tour of the body shop is included in the price of admission. Shannon Young, News 7, Natural Bridge.))
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[TAKE WEB PAGE FS - 4472EssC]
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

For more information about Natural Bridge Wax Museum log onto our website at wdbj7 dot com and click on the Time Off suitcase.
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[Albums-Bump] [soft music under]
(adlib toss to albums bump)

[Take Full Screen albums Bump]
[Chyron #7151 ]



[COMM # 3][Health-Open]



[ANCHOR=Jacey]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=health]
[GRAPHIC=Focus on Health]


In this weeks Focus on Health, we'll tell you how determine if you're an emotional eater.
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[start animation]
[runs=04]


[end animation][Focus-Health]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=]

[JOY ONE SHOT]
Do you eat when your not hungry ? Or feel guilty when you eat the foods you like?
Well if so --you could be an emotional eater. [JOY/GUEST TWO SHOT]
Here to tell us more about emotional eating is Ilyse Simon a registered dietitian and owner of Healing with Whole foods.
[SUPER=01-Ilyse Simon/Registered Dietitian]


1-WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF EMOTIONAL EATING?
2-WHAT ARE THE REASONS THAT PEOPLE OVEREAT?
3-HOW DO YOU END EMOTIONAL EATING?
4-TELL ABOUT THE WORKSHOP YOU'RE OFFERING?
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[TAKE FS 101essC ]
For more information about the 6 week workshop which runs from January 30th through March 6th you can call 362-2822.


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Jacey will have your forecast right after this.

[STRAIGHT TO BREAK]


[2Open-Heads]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


[roll cold out of the open]

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

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... The F-B-I is hunting down some new agents...
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And some recording artists are putting an end to the music over lengthy contracts.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to hello]

[2-Explosion]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=kgu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Explosion]

A suicide bomb attack injures dozens of people in Jerusalem.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Jerusalem]

At least 30 people are wounded after the explosion in a crowded downtown street. A police spokesman says the attacker blew himself up next to a shoe shop along a commercial strip that runs through western Jerusalem. The blast blew out shop windows and left victims sprawled in the street. Just yesterday, the Palestinian Cabinet had issued a plea for an end to the militant attacks on Israelis. A statement said such attacks were not in what it referred to as the ``national cause'' of Palestinians.
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[FBI-Recruits]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none - CHANGE FROM LINEUP]


The F-B-I is on a mission to recruit new agents.
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[VO-NAT]


The Bureau estimates 9-hundred agents will be hired within the next few months to fill special agent positions.
Filling the job openings means finding people with special skills.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=We've gone now to find]

((we've gone now to find people with computer science, information technology , foreign language skill, chinese arabic))
[SUPER=01-Joseph Carrico/Dallas FBI]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=chinese arabic]
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
[GRAPHIC=hold]


Special agents must be U-S citizens between the ages of 23 to 35. You must also be a college graduate.
[SUPER=07-www.fbi.gov]


You can apply on-line for a job at the address at the bottom of your screen... that is fbi-dot-gov - . [NC-Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=01-59 TC-40:45]
[GRAPHIC=Shooting]

North Carolina police say a Catawba College student was killed Friday night after an argument with students from nearby Livingstone College.
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[VO-NAT 16:26:43]
[SUPER=03-Salisbury, NC;]

A football player for Catawba College in Salisbury was killed on campus Friday night. Darris Morris was a 21- year old linebacker from South Carolina. Police say students from Catawba and Livingstone College were partying in a dorm-- when the mood took a different turn.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 16:10:06]
[IN Q=A FIGHT BROKE OUT ]
[SUPER=01-Mark Wilhelm/Salisbury Police Department; :00]

((A FIGHT BROKE OUT AND MOVED FROM THE DORM INTO THE STREET NEAR A VEHICLE SOME OF THE LIVINGSTONE STUDENTS WERE IN THE VEHICLE. THERE WAS AN EXCHANGE OF GUNFIRE AND THREE CATAWBA STUDENTS WERE STRUCK AND TWO LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE STUDENTS WERE STRUCK BY GUNFIRE.))
[RUNS=24]
[OUT Q=STRUCK BY GUNFIRE.]
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[VO-NAT]

Security officers for Catawba exchanged gunfire with the students in the car. Six students from Livingstone have been charged with murder in Morris' death.
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[Grammy-Singer]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Are record companies taking advantage of artist? That's what some singers say and they're planning to do something about it.
Sandra Hughes has details.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Grammy Award Winner]
[SUPER=01-Sheryl Crow/Singer; :14]
[SUPER=01-Don Henley/Singer; :31]
[SUPER=01-Sandra Hughes/CBS News; :37]
[SUPER=01-LeAnn Rimes/Singer; :57]
[SUPER=01-Michael Nathanson/Music Industry Analyst; 1:28]
[RUNS=2:02]
[OUT Q=sh, cbs news, hollywood]

((GRAMMY AWARD WINNER SHERYL CROW IS SINGING A NEW TUNE AS A POLITICAL ACTIVIST.... TRYING TO CHANGE THE LAWS THAT BIND SINGERS TO THEIR RECORD COMPANIES-AND SHE CLAIMS, TURNS SOME ARTISTS INTO INDENTURED SERVANTS:

SOT: Sheryl Crow/Singer

" after a certain amount of time of success, if you're lucky enough to have it, you don't get to exercise your option to leave..all the options are exercised by the record label"
CROW AND A HANDFUL OF OTHER SUCCESSFUL SINGERS LINED UP IN SACRAMENTO IN SUPPORT OF A PROPOSED CALIFORNIA LAW TO CHANGE ALL THAT.

SOT: Don Henley/ Singer

"The industry perceives itself as being a special case. It's not a special case. "(5 secs)
CG : Sandra HughesCBS News O.C THAT LAW WOULD REPEAL 1987 LEGISLATION THAT EXEMPTED RECORD COMPANIES IN CALIFORNIA FROM STATE LABOR LAWS. ALL OTHER WORKERS CAN TERMINATE AN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT AFTER 7 YEARS-BUT SINGERS DON'T HAVE THAT RIGHT AND IF THEY DON'T PRODUCE THE AGREED UPON NUMBER OF ALBUMS, THE RECORD COMPANY CAN SUE September 2001

SOT: LeAnn Rimes/Singer

I just turned 19 last month, and if I record at the rate of one album every two years, which is about the average in the industry, I'll be 35 before the contract is over.
THE RECORD INDUSTRY SAYS COMPANIES SPEND MILLIONS TO CREATE SUCCESSFUL TAKING VIRTUAL UNKNOWNS..TO SUPERSTARDOM.. (GRAPHIC) IN A LETTER THIS WEEK TOP RECORDING EXECUTIVES CLAIM " THE ONLY WAY RECORD COMPANIES CAN CONTINUE TO INVEST IN NEW TALENT IS IF SUCCESSFUL ARTISTS LIVE UP TO THEIR AGREEMENTS" (END GRAPHIC)
MUSIC ANALYST MICHAEL NATHANSON PREDICTS THE NEW LAW WOULDN'T BENEFIT ALL SINGERS:

CG: Michael NathansonMusic Industry Analyst "There will be a shake out period when people get dropped in the coming years b/c it's just not worth the risk to keep them on contract "
NATS UP Mariah Carey singing
SOME RECORD COMPANIES ARE ALREADY LOOKING TO ELIMINATE RISKS. THIS WEEK EMI-VIRGIN RECORDS PAID SUPERSTAR MARIAH CAREY HALF AN 80-MILLION DOLLAR DEAL TO TERMINATE HER CONTRACT. DECIDING IT WAS MORE COST EFFICIENT TO PAY CAREY NOT TO SING THAN RISK ANOTHER ALBUM FLOP. SH CBS NEWS HOLLYWOOD.))


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[BOTH MICS HOT] Most everyone has heard about patches for medicine and curbing smoking -
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but Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning
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We'll show you a patch that could make taking birth control a whole lot easier for some women. But first if you are waiting for the AFC and NFC matchups this afternoon, ... ((Ad lib forecast)) [Jacey ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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Women looking for a new birth control method --now have three more options... the ring, the patch, and lunelle. [JOY/GUEST TWO SHOT]
Here to tell us more about them is Dr. Mona Sadek with the Roanoke Valley Women's Ctr.
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1- THE PATCH
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A Martinsville man is heading to the Winter Olympics, not to compete but to serve and protect.
Justin McLeod has his story in this week's Virginia Profile.
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Sgt. Robert Fincher will soon leave his beat here in Martinsville for a new assignment.
You could say he's following his Olympic dreams.
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That love prompted Fincher to volunteer to work security at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah.
He'll be just one of 500 officers from across the country selected for the Law Enforcement Volunteer program.
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((SGT. ROBERT FINCHER/MARTINSVILLE POLICE DEPT.: I'M EXCITED AND NERVOUS AT THE SAME TIME. I'M EXCITED THAT I'M GOING, I'M A LITTLE NERVOUS, CONCERNED ABOUT FORGETTING SOMETHING, LEAVING SOMETHING BEHIND.))
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One thing Fincher doesn't want to leave behind is his gun.
Since the events of September 11th, air travel is not what it used to be, even for police officers.
He's had to fill out special paper work, but in the end the pilot will have the say on whether his gun makes it on the plane.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: SGT. FINCHER WILL LEAVE HERE FROM MARTINSVILLE TO SALT LAKE ON FEBRUARY 5TH. HE'LL SPEND THE FIRST COUPLE OF DAYS TRAINING. HE'LL THEN BE STATIONED AT THE OLYMPIC FAMILY HOTEL. THERE, HE'LL BE PROTECTING THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE, HEADS OF STATE, AND OTHER DIGNITARIES.))
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Like any good athlete, you must first train before you head to the Olympics.
Fincher's training mainly came from this computer program.
Regulations prevent him from sharing specifics with us.
But with 310 million dollars earmarked for security, Fincher says you can bet law enforcement has done everything humanly possible to safeguard the games.
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((SGT. ROBERT FINCHER: RECEIVED A REPORT FROM THE UTAH OLYMPIC PUBLIC SAFETY COMMAND SAYING THEY ESTIMATE THERE'S GOING TO BE SOMEWHERE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF 10-THOUSAND OFFICERS WORKING THIS EVENT.))
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Officers that will be working long hours.
Fincher will be on duty six days a week, working 9 and 1/2 hour shifts.
Even so, he does plan to make time to see the games themselves.
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After all, Fincher is volunteering his time.
He's paying his own way to get to Salt Lake.
The only thing he gets in return is this uniform and of course a chance to see the world compete. Justin McLeod, News 7, Martinsville.))