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Coming up on News 7-
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Highlights of tonight's State of the Union Address...
She went on TV for Mark Warner- Now what does this teacher think of his plan NOT to give teacher's raises?
and this is not a happy polar bear cub- Find out why.
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[Talent=Jean]


Plus did we break a record today?
News 7 is up next.

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((PRESIDENT BUSH: THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE ARMED FORCES HAVE SHOWN THAT EVEN 7 THOUSAND MILES AWAY ACROSS OCEANS AND CONTINENTS, IN CAVES AND OTHER PLACES YOU WILL NOT ESCAPE THE JUSTICE OF THIS NATION. APPLAUSE APPLAUSE.))
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A standing ovation for President Bush as he delivers his first State of the Union Address.
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[ANCHOR =Jean]
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[State-Union]


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President Bush told the nation "America will do what is necessary to assure our nation's security."
He touched on many topics.. but said his priorities are winning the war on terrorism, protecting the homeland and reviving the economy.
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Teri Okita is in Washington. She joins us live with more on the tonight's speech- and reaction.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH'S TOP PRIORITIES BEGIN WITH THE WAR ON TERRORISM. AS AFGHANISTAN'S INTERIM LEADER LOOKED ON, THE PRESIDENT SAID AMERICANS MUST PREPARE FOR THE LONG HAUL. Tens of thousands of trained terrorists are still at-large. These enemies view the entire world as a battlefield, and we must pursue them wherever they are. THE PRESIDENT WANTS BILLIONS TO BEEF UP HOMELAND SECURITY AND IS FOCUSING ON BIO-TERRORISM, EMERGENCY RESPONSE, AND INCREASED AIRPORT AND BORDER PATROLS. Bush: We have spent more than a billion dollars a month over 30 million a day and we must be prepared for further operations. THE RECESSION TOPPED HIS DOMESTIC AGENDA, AND THE PRESIDENT PUSHED AN ECONOMIC STIMULUS PACKAGE THAT INCLUDES TAX CUTS AND ASSISTANCE FOR THE UNEMPLOYED. Bush: When America works, America prospers so my economic security plan can be summed up in one word: Jobs. THE PRESIDENT MADE NO MENTION OF THE ENRON SCANDAL, BUT URGED CORPORATE AMERICA TO BE MORE ACCOUNTABLE. DEMOCRATS supported the speech's focus on war and promised to work together on the economy. Rep. Richard Gephardt/Minority Leader:I refuse to accept that while we stand shoulder-to-shoulder on the war, we should stand toe-to-toe on the economy. We need to find a way to respect each other and trust each other. Teri Okita/Reporting: President Bush's popularity is soaring higher than 80-percent, and now that he's laid out his agenda, time will tell if the recession and the Enron debacle will have any impact on the effectiveness of his strong presidency. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))
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[Grundy-Shooting]


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Defense attorneys want a psychiatrist to examine the man charged with killing three people at the Appalachian School of Law this month.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Grundy/January 17]


Peter Odighizuwa (oh-dee-gee-ZOO-uh) is accused of going on a shooting spree after learning he had flunked out of school.
His attorney said he has quote-"distorted perceptions of reality.''
Attorney Jimmy Turk wants Odighizuwa (oh-dee-gee-ZOO-uh) txamined before a preliminary hearing scheduled for March 21-st.
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[Tyson]


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Boxer Mike Tyson won't be fighting in Las Vegas....
The Nevada Athletic Commission voted late today to deny Tyson's request-
The vote came after last week's New York Press conference turned into a brawl.. Chris Lawrence reports.
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[SUPER=03-Las Vegas, NV; :00]
[SUPER=01-Mike Tyson/Denied License; :09]
[SUPER=01-Amy Ayoub/Nevada Boxing Commissioner; :14]
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((AS THE NEVADA ATHLETIC COMMISSION VOTED TO DENY MIKE TYSON A BOXING LICENSE, TYSON APPEARED BEFORE THEM AND PUT HIS CAREER AND LIFE INTO PERSPECTIVE.
(SOT: MIKE TYSON/HEAVYWEIGHT BOXER)

"I'm not mother Teresa, but I'm not Charles Manson either." COMMISSIONERS GRILLED TYSON, ASKING HIM TO ACCOUNT FOR HIS ACTIONS, AND PROVE WHY HE DESERVED A LICENSE.
(SOT: Amy Ayoub/Nevada Boxing Commissioner)

"We will not tolerate this type of behavior Mr. Tyson, not in boxing, not in life." ALL THIS WAS SUPPOSE TO BE A FORMALITY, UNTIL LAST WEEK'S PRESS CONFERENCE WITH LENNOX LEWIS BROKE DOWN. TYSON SCUFFLED WITH LEWIS AND BODYGUARDS, AND THEN ATTACKED A REPORTER IN THE CROWD.
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AT TUESDAY'S HEARING, TYSON SAID HE REGRETS WHAT HAPPENED THAT DAY.
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"... I have to live with this the rest of my life" THE CITY OF LAS VEGAS HAS BEEN EAGERLY AWAITING THE DECISION. OFFICIALS HOPE THE FIGHT WOULD BRING 100-MILLION DOLLARS TO THE ECONOMY, MUCH NEEDED AFTER TOURISM DRIED UP AFTER SEPTEMBER 11TH. BUT COMPLICATING THE MATTER, LAS VEGAS POLICE NOW BELIEVE THERE'S ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO CHARGE TYSON WITH RAPING A WOMAN IN HIS HOME.
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AS TYSON RUSHED OUT OF THIS BUILDING, HE ACCUSED THE COMMISSIONERS OF MAKING RACIST AND INAPPROPRIATE COMMENTS. ON WEDNESDAY, HIS TEAM WILL RELEASE AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT ON THE STATUS OF THE FIGHT. CHRIS LAWRENCE, CBS NEWS, LAS VEGAS.))

[Henry-Schools]


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More heat tonight for the Henry County school board and its controversial plan to close and consolidate several schools.
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Teresa Hamilton listened to the debate tonight and joins us now from the County administration building.
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[School-teacher]


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A math teacher from Floyd County signed on to help the election campaign of Mark Warner last year.
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Amy Williams appeared in a television ad, touting Warner as "the education governor we need."
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Keith Humphry visited her classroom at Check Elementary today to measure her reaction to the Governor Warner's first budget that does not include a teacher pay raise, as promised.
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[IN Q=At the time that campaign...]

((AMY WILLIAMS/MATH TEACHER; AT THE TIME THAT CAMPAIGN PROMISE WAS MADE, I DON'T THINK ANY OF US REALIZED THE FINANCIAL DIRE STRAITS VIRGINIA WAS GOING TO BE IN IN JANUARY, 2002. INCLUDING MARK WARNER? YES. I DON'T THINK HE REALIZED WHAT HE WAS GOING TO INHERIT, BUDGET WISE.))
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[OUT Q=what he was going to inherit, budget wise.]
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[VO-NAT]

Williams says she's still hopeful there will be a pay raise from Richmond in COMING years. As President of the Floyd County Education Association, she says she's grateful the school board and superintendent have worked out a proposal that could provide local raises this year and next.
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Lynchburg firefighters may be using hot radios.
We'll explain when News 7 returns.
And George W. Bush was in the spotlight in Washington tonight.
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[VO-NAT]


But his niece was getting attention in Florida today.
Find out why a little later.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as the Tech women take number one U-Conn to the final minute. The Roanoke Dazzle was dazzling for most of tonight as the team's gets a much needed win. We'll try to make some sense of the foot injury that has sidelined both Adam Hall and JJ Redick. Plus, Marty gets recharged in San Diego, and Dale Junior is ready to be your designated driver tonight on the Big 7.))

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A Lynchburg entrepreneur's dream of building a luxury hotel along the riverfront is about to become reality.
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[VO-NAT]
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Hal Craddock has put together 11-million dollars to finance his Bluffwalk Center... a complex that will include a hotel, conference center and restaurants. The final piece of the financial puzzle fell into place today when City Council agreed to borrow three-point-two million dollars in federal housing loans.
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((HAL CRADDOCK/BLUFFWALK DEVELOPER; I AM TICKLED TO DEATH... TO HAVE COUNCIL VOTE UNANIMOUSLY TO SUPPORT THIS PROJECT... IT'S JUST ANOTHER GREAT STEP TO BRINGING BACK DOWNTOWN AND CONNECTING WITH THE RIVERFRONT, REALLY MAKING LYNCHBURG A DYNAMIC PLACE TO BE.))
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The first phase of construction... a restaurant and office space... should be finished by this fall.
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[Fire-Radios]


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Lynchburg police confirm they're investigating a case involving "two way radios" that may have been stolen from the Ericsson corporation and allegedly sold to the Lynchburg fire department.
A Lynchburg firefighter resigned last month after being charged with stealing two radios from Ericsson where he worked part time as an E-M-T.
Police are not sure if more radios or another employee of Ericsson are involved.
They executed a search warrant Saturday at the home of a former Ericsson employee. No other charges have been filed.

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The House of Delegates will continue to open its sessions with a salute to the flag of Virginia.
Today, a proposal that would have ended the controversial pledge failed by two votes.
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The salute was approved at the start of the General Assembly session.
But black lawmakers objected after learning the pledge was written by a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
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((MARY CHRISTIAN/D- HAMPTON: IT IS NOT WE VERSUS THEY. IT IS NOT BLACK VERSUS WHITE. IT IS NOT REPUBLICAN VERSUS DEMOCRAT. IT IS A RESPONSE TO HUMAN FEELINGS AND HUMAN EMOTIONS.)) ((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/R- SALEM: I'VE LOOKED AT THE VIRGINIA STATUTE OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM, WRITTEN BY THOMAS JEFFERSON A SLAVEHOLDER... MUST IT COME DOWN?))
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The vote did not fall strictly along party lines... The house was divided almost equally... with 50 members voting to keep the salute, and 48 voting to drop it.
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Another of Jefferson's writings has been uncovered in a Boston attic...
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A woman was going through some old boxes of papers found she found a letter penned by Jefferson. The two-page letter was dated August 14-th, 18-11, and was written to former cabinet secretary Henry Dearborn. In the letter, Jefferson criticized Bostonians' lack of appetite for the upcoming War of 18-12. The owner of a local bookstore purchased the letter and hopes to sell it for at least 45- thousand dollars. Among the papers, the woman also found letters from John Quincy Adams... which she donated to the Massachusetts Historical Society.
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[Bible]


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The Bible has always been a timeless book...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Colorado Springs, CO]

But as times change... so will the Bible. There's a new "gender accurate" version of the bible hitting the stores this Spring. The "Today's New International Version Bible" is being published by the International Bible Society out in Colorado. Noticeable differences will be seen in passages such as "I urge you Brother," that will now be "I urge you brothers and sisters." The publishers say that they just want to improve the accuracy of the bible. The New Testament chapters will hit stores in April and the Old Testament should go on sale in 20-05.
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It's moving fast, especially through local colleges.
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[VO-NAT]


Still ahead on News 7, see how computer experts are fighting the photo virus.
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[WEB-ADDRESS]
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[Closet-Girl]


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Life in prison for the mom who starved her eight year old daughter and forced the girl to live in a closet.
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Barbara Atkinson was sentenced today-
The child was rescued from the closet of the family mobile home in June- after a neighbor called authorities.
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((PATRICIA HOGUE/PROSECUTOR; IT'S TOUCHED ALL OF US WE WILL NEVER FORGET THE EVIL WE HAVE SEEN.. EVIL LIKE WE NEVER KNEW EVIL EXISTED.))
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[VONAT 13 PLUS PAD]
Atkinson's ex-husband faces trial on aggravated sexual assault of the child.
A couple is now the girl's foster family- they want permanent custody.
The child has since gained weight and is enrolled in kindergarten.
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[Noelle-Bush]


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President Bush's niece is out of jail tonight.
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[VO-NAT]
Noelle Bush was arrested earlier today on a prescription fraud charge--- She allegedly tried to buy the anti-anxie

ty drug (ZAN-ehks) Xanax.
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The 24-year old daughter of Florida's Governor... could get five years in prison if convicted.
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Police say a woman claiming to be a doctor called in a prescription for Xanax for Noelle Bush last night.
They say that doctor no longer practices in the area.
Governor Jeb Bush and his wife issued a statement saying they were deeply saddened but their daughter is doing fine.
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[Computer-Virus]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Beware the latest computer virus- It's showing up on many computers- telling you you've received pictures.
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The e-mail virus titled "new pictures from my party" is spreading quickly on college campuses too.
[SUPER=03-Radford;]

At Radford University scanning programs are being updated to protect against it. The Director of Computing says if the message is opened it freezes your computer and automatically sends a copy to everyone in your address book.
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((ED OAKES/RADFORD UNIVERSITY COMPUTING DIR.; PEOPLE JUST HAVE THE HABIT OF WHEN THEY GET AN ATTACHMENT ASSUMABLE THAT IT IS SOMETHING REASONABLE AND CLICK ON IT AND OPEN IT UP.)) ((MICHAEL HAAS/RADFORD UNIVERSITY STUDENT; I THOUGHT IT WAS PICTURES FROM ONE OF MY FRIENDS HERE SO I JUST OPENED IT UP. ))
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[SUPER=01-Michael Haas/Radford University Student; :08]
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[VO-NAT]

The virus does create a backdoor on your computer..... it provides hackers access to a computer. The good new is this particular virus has not destroyed hard drives or saved information.
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

Virginia Tech officials also report the virus spread through a number of Tech List-servs over the weekend but that the latest anti-virus program now catches it.
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[S-Extra]


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The Tech women scare the life out of UConn. Steve Mason has highlights and postgame remarks. Plus, The Dazzle rocks the house and we'll check out the injury that has both JJ and Adam Hall on the shelf. But first in tonight's Extra Point -
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[SUPER=03-San Diego, CA; :00]

Marty Schottenheimer is back in the NFL. Today the Chargers officially named him their new head coach. He will make $10 million over the next four season and the Redskins will pay a big portion of that. Also, Good luck Marty. The Chargers haven't been to the playoffs since they forced out the great Bobby Ross after the 1996 season.
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[S-Tech]


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15 and 4 Virginia Tech was hoping to end a two game Big East skid last night as it hosted the top women's basketball team in the land - the U-Conn Huskies. Steve Mason says the Hokies made sure the more than 6000 fans got their money's worth at the Cassell.
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[S-Dazzle]


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The Roanoke Dazzle was home last night at the Roanoke Civic Center taking on the Fayetteville Patriots in a battle to stay out of last place in the NBDL.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

On a night when the Lady Hokies were taking U-Conn to the buzzer and high school hoops were in full swing - the Dazzle crowd wasn't much to look at. However, head coach Kent Davison took the mic before tipoff and not only thanked those in attendance but promised them better hoops in the future.
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Jeff Capel and his Patriots were undermanned tonight, but they still had former Clemson ace Terrell McIntyre - who knocks in the three pointer. He had a team high 24. But as Davison said things would get better. Andre McCollum slashes to the hoop, spins in the paint and scores off the Jeff Boese (BAYES) handoff. Boese would then take a pass at the elbow and use a soft touch to knock in the jump shot. He had 7 points. But Fayetteville brings the rock right back at the Dazzle. Former Dallas Maverick Omar Cook with the sick crossover dribble and drive to the hole.
[super=33-Fayetteville/79/Roanoke/83;]

But this was the Dazzle's night as Martin Lewis scored a game high 28 points and Anthony Pelle (PELL) cleans up the garbage and Roanoke gets its 12th win of the season 83-TO-79.
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[S-Injury]


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UVa's Adam Hall and Cave Spring's J.J. Redick are both big time basketball, who have lately been spending time in street clothes trying to cope with the same foot injury.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]


Hall has been out for several games with a Plantar Facia rupture, an injury to the tissue on the bottom of his right foot. Redick suffered a similar injury a week ago today. Roanoke Orthopedic surgeon T.K. Miller puts into layman's terms exactly what this painful, slow healing injury is.
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[IN Q=THE PLANTAR...]
[SUPER=01-T. K. Miller/Orthopedic Surgeon; :00]
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The problem is that each case is very different when it comes to recovery time.

[S-Dale]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The Super Bowl hype is underway in New Orleans and that means that the commercials that make the game such a television event can't be far behind.
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[VO-NAT]

Budweiser has always been one to spend millions and millions on the game and this year is no exception. However, Anheuser-Busch is using the game to showcase Dale Earnhardt Junior and the Budweiser Chevy as a vehicle for the company's "designated driver campaign."
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[OUT Q=...THAT OPPORTUNITY."]
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[Polar-Bear]


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Not many people like to go to the doctor- and apparently neither do polar bear cubs.
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[SOT 16:01:45]
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((NAT SOUND POLAR BEAR CRYING.))
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[VO-NAT 26 plus pad]


This is Cranberry- the newest polar bear at the Denver zoo.
It was checkup time for Cranberry today- The 10 week old let everyone know she wasn't too happy about it.
The vets weighed and measured Cranberry- and checked her teeth too.
While the vets gave her a clean bill of health, they say she is a little chubby and is the biggest cub the zoo has ever had.
Cranberry got her name because she was born right before Thanksgiving. (-------------)