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Today on News 7 at 5, one of the nation's major airports is shut down after explosives are detected on a man's shoe.

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Also officials say a highly toxic chemical is found at a site in the city of Roanoke.
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[ANCHOR=Robin]
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No suprise here, the records were crushed today by the warm weather. The early tally when we check the forecast.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tbr]
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Also today, the government says it is running its own scam on the internet,
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[VO-NAT]

And on Health Check we will meet a doctor who says making house calls is the best way to treat his patients.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]



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[SOT 14:27:47]
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((HIS TENNIS SHOES ALERTED ONE OF OUR EXPLOSIVE TRACE DETECTORS.))
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And that was enough to evacuate the San Francisco Airport and halt air traffic there today.
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A man going through a routine security check sets off an explosive detectors- and then the man disappeared- before authorities could stop him.
As Manuel Gallegus reports- that forced thousands of passengers out of the terminal.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-San Francisco, CA;]
[SUPER=01-Ron Wilson/Airport Spokesman;]
[SUPER=01-Mindy Ware/Passenger;]
[SUPER=01-Manuel Gallegus/CBS News;]
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((THOUSANDS OF PASSENGERS AT SAN FRANCISCOS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WERE EVACUATED AFTER WHAT APPEARS TO BE A SERIOUS BREECH IN SECURITY. AT 6:25 THIS MORNING, A CHECKPOINT SCREENER, DOING RANDOM TESTS, SWABBED A MANS SANDALS FOR EXPLOSIVES. THE SCREENER GAVE HIM HIS SANDALS BACK AND AS HE DISAPPEARED INTO THE SECURE AREA OF THE UNITED TERMINAL HIS SANDALS CAME UP POSITIVE FOR EXPLOSIVES. RON WILSON, AIRPORT SPOKESMAN its an extremely delicate piece of equipment and can pick up microscopic or even trace amounts of explosives. SOURCES TELL CBS NEWS THE MATERIAL FOUND IS RDX A COMPONENT USED IN PLASTIC EXPLOSIVES. THE F.A.A. SAYS THE SCREENER WAS TAKEN ABROAD THREE DIFFERENT FLIGHTS TO TRY TO FIND THE SUSPICIOUS MAN, BUT HE WASN'T FOUND. THE F.A.A. ALSO SAYS THERE WAS AN HOUR DELAY BEFORE FEDERAL AUTHORITIES WERE NOTIFIED. IT WAS ONLY THEN THAT 28 GATES WERE CLOSED AND PASSENGERS WERE STUCK. STILL, MANY PASSENGERS SAID BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY. Lindy Ware/PASSENGER: You've got to be safe in this particular time..history has been made here and you've got to look after yourselves. SEVERAL FLIGHTS DID TAKE OFF FROM THE TIME OF THE SECURITY BREECH UNTIL THE AIRPORT WAS SHUTDOWN. AND UNITED AIRLINES AND THE SECURITY COMPANY COULD FACE SANCTIONS. MANUEL GALLEGUS CBS NEWS.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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More violence in Israel- yet another suicide bomber blows himself up- this time it happened not in the West Bank, but in Central Israel.
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The man blew himself up next to two agents of Israel's security service- the bombing follows a string of suicide attacks in the last week.
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[SOT 14:22:16]
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((DORE GOLD/ADVISOR TO ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER: UNFORTUNATELY DESPITE ALL THE INTERNATIONAL REQUESTS, YASSIR ARAFAT HAS REFUSED TO TURN OFF THE SWITCH TO THESE ATTACKS.))
[SUPER=01-Dore Gold/Advisor to Isreal's Prime Minister; ]
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[OUT Q=THESE ATTACKS.]
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Arafat says the Palestinians are seeking a strong American role in Middle East diplomacy.
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((YASSAR ARAFAT: FIRST OF ALL WE ARE IN CONTACT WITH THE AMERICAN ADMINISTRATION.))
[SUPER=01-Yasser Arafat/Palestinian President; quick!! ]
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[OUT Q=American administration.]
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[vo-nat 12 plus pad]
Meanwhile this woman may be the first female Palestinian suicide bomber. The bombing Sunday killed one person and wounded more than a dozen others- The former paramedic apparently said she wanted to die a martyr.
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A toxic substance is found at an old Roanoke Warehouse. They are PCB's and now the Department of Environmental Quality is investigating.
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Officials say they've found P-C-B contamination in the soil at the former Evans Paint Company building on Cleveland Avenue. The levels of contamination are not high enough to meet the Environmental Protection Agency's requirements for cleanup. Meanwhile, officials say there is no reason for people to stop using the river.
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[IN Q=The sampling we did...]

((RICHARD WEEKS/DEQ REGIONAL DIRECTOR; THE SAMPLING WE DID BACK IN 1999 SHOW IT WAY BELOW THE HEALTH RISK LEVEL. SO IN THIS AREA, I REALLY DON'T SEE ANY CONCERN. WE'RE GOING TO DOUBLE CHECK THAT TO BE SURE.))
[SUPER=01-Richard Weeks/DEQ Regional Director;]
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[OUT Q=to be sure.]
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Two years ago, routine fish testing revealed
[SUPER=@FILE;]elevated readings of P-C-B's. The E-P-A then supervised a cleanup of drums and smaller containers of haz

ardous materials from the Evans Paint Company in September of 2000.
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Lynchburg police are still looking into whether the city's fire department unknowingly bought two-way radios that "may" have been stolen from the Ericsson Corporation.
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Former firefighter Gregory Scott Simms resigned from the department after his arrest last month for allegedly stealing radios from Ericsson, where he worked part- time as an E-M-T.
Simms' arrest led police to search the home of another Ericsson employee, Allan Johnson, where they seized radios, programming software and manuals.
Police say Johnson has sold at least seven radios to the fire department.. they're still checking to see if those radios were stolen.
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[SOT 1:13:27]
[IN Q=Ericsson, SCI]

((LT. WAYNE DUFF/LYNCHBURG POLICE: ERICSSON, S-C-I, MA/COM, THEY'RE ALL BEING VERY COOPERATIVE BUT IT JUST TAKES SOME TIME OBVIOUSLY, WITH THE SIZE OF THEIR COMPANY, TO TRACK ALL OF THESE RECORDS AND THAT'S WHAT WE'RE GOING THROUGH NOW, SO UNTIL THAT'S DONE, WE'RE NOT GOING TO KNOW EXACTLY WHAT WE HAVE.))
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[OUT Q=what we have.]
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Allan Johnson has "not" been charged with any crime.
Simms is charged with grand larceny.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up next on the newscast, we will tell you why a congressional agency is suing the White House,
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[VO] also another branch of the government says it has set up its very own scam on the internet. We'll tell you why after the break.
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A government agency says it's created its own Internet scam to teach naive investors a lesson.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission says it's placed a series of websites on the net with phony investment opportunities.
One such hoax is for McWhortle Enterprises -
It's a make believe company praised on its Web site by phony analysts and customers.
The company supposedly sells a "hand-held" biohazard detector guaranteed to beep and flash in the presence of anthrax or other deadly germs.
Those who tried to invest their money got the punchline: ``If you responded to an investment idea like this -- you could get scammed!''
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The Consumer Federation of America says it has no problem with the government's unorthodox methods in trying to educate the public. [Take Pinnacle Page Full]
You can find out more on internet scams through a link to our webpage at WDBJ7-dot-com.

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The General Accounting Office carries out investigations for Congress.
Now it wants to know what went on in meetings attended by Enron officials and vice president Dick Cheney. To get the documents that will give it the answers, the G-A-O is suing the White House.
Aleen Sirgany reports.
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC;]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Henry Waxman/(D) California;]
[SUPER=01-Mary Matalin/Vice Presidential Spokeswoman;]
[SUPER=01-Allan Lichtman/Political Analyst;]
[SUPER=01-Alleen Sirgany/CBS News;]
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((IT'S NOT A VERY NICE BIRTHDAY PRESENT FOR VICE PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY. AS HE CELEBRATED HIS 61ST BIRTHDAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY, THE NEWS BROKE: THE INVESTIGATIVE ARM OF CONGRESS IS PLANNING TO SUE THE WHITE HOUSE FOR REFUSING TO RELEASE DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE ENERGY TASK FORCE HE CHAIRED.

(SOT) REP. HENRY WAXMAN/(D)CA. "Vice President Cheney is stonewalling on

this so the GAO has no other choice but to file a lawsuit. It's really quite unprecedented." (04)
SOME OF THE TASK FORCE MEETINGS INCLUDED OFFICIALS FROM ENRON. THE G-A-O WANTS TO KNOW EXACTLY HOW INFLUENTIAL THOSE OFFICIALS WERE IN SETTING THE NATION'S ENERGY POLICY... AND JUST HOW CLOSE A RELATIONSHIP THE COMPANY HAD WITH THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION.
THE WHITE HOUSE "DOES" ADMIT ENRONS FORMER CHAIRMAN KEN LAY GAVE THE VICE PRESIDENT A MEMO MAKING SEVERAL SUGGESTIONS AND REQUESTS CONCERNING THE GOVERNMENTS ENERGY PLAN. BUT THE VICE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE SAYS RELEASING ANY PAPERS WOULD HARM THEIR ABILITY TO RECEIVE ADVICE FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR IN THE FUTURE.

SOT: MARY MATALIN/VICE PRESIDENTIAL SPOKESWOMAN:

We want to protect our ability to get unvarnished information and we want to protect those who want to give it to us. (08)
PRESIDENT BUSH, WHO TOOK HIS STATE OF THE UNION MESSAGE ON THE ROAD TODAY, DIDN'T COMMENT ON THE LAWSUIT. BUT THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS THE PRESIDENT WILL QUOTE "STAND ON PRINCIPLE" AND OPPOSE THE RELEASE OF THE PAPERS. SOME EXPERTS SAY THAT'S A MISTAKE.

(SOT) ALLAN LICHTMAN/POLITICAL ANALYST:

George Bush is repeating the mistake virtually every President has made in the early stages of a scandal: withholding information and making it look like the administration has something to hide. (13)
STAND-UP: THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IN THE G-A-O-S 80-YEAR HISTORY THAT IT IS SUING THE WHITE HOUSE. THE PRESIDENT SAYS HE'S READY TO GO TO COURT. AS, CBS NEWS, DCTERMS.))

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In Health Check Tonight,
He's a local doctor who ONLY does house calls.
And his mission is to bring health care to seniors and the housebound.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has details.
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Jean, Doctor Steven Collins is a family physician.
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And he says he can offer the same care you would find in a doctors office.
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((
By only making house calls, Doctor Collins says he's fulfilling a higher calling by making health care accessible to everyone.
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[IN Q=This for us is a ministry]

(( THIS FOR US IS A MINISTRY WE WANT TO BRING TOTAL CARE TO THE PATIENT. WE WANT TO BRING A LOVING ATTITUDE TO THE PATIENT)) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=a loving attitude to the patient]


And he'll travel up to 25 miles outside of Roanoke and sometimes even further just to visit a patient.
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[IN Q=How you doing today]

(( HOW YOU DOING TODAY.... LAST TIME WE CAME WE FIND OUT YOUR PRESSURE WAS A LITTLE UP AND YOUR BLOOD SUGAR WAS A LITTLE UP)) [RUNS12]
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James Scalf says he wouldn't have found out he had diabetes and high blood pressure if it wasn't for Doctor Collins.
He hadn't been to a doctor in over a year because of his condition.
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[IN Q=My weight and I have]

((MY WEIGHT AND I HAVE PRESSURE SORES --I CAN'T SIT-UP AND I NEED AN AMBULANCE TO GO )) [RUNS08]
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Collins say by coming to his patients' homes --he can spend as much time as he needs. And he says he get a chance check out their living environment which can play a big role in treatment.
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[SOT19:24:54]
[IN Q=Is there healthy food in the kitchen]

(( IS THERE HEALTHY FOOD IN THE KITCHEN OR READY TO SERVE HIGH FAT, HIGH SUGAR, HIGH SALT FOODS I'LL BE ABLE TO LOOK AT THEIR MEDICINES )) [RUNS12]
[OUT Q=at the medicines]


But he says the best part is that he gets to develop a relationship with the patient --who really seem to open-up more when they are in the comfort of home.
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[SOT19:43:56]
[IN Q=The foods that give]

((THE FOOD THAT'S GIVE YOU LOTS OF SUGAR REALLY FAST ...LIKE POTATOES CUT THOSE DOWN A LITTLE BIT )) [RUNS13]
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For the homebound patient it means one less barrier to health care.
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[IN Q=I think its very good]

(( I THINK IT'S VERY GOOD --A LOT OF PEOPLE CAN'T GET TO THE DOCTOR BY THE TIME THEY GET THERE IT MAY BE TOO LATE )) [RUNS08]
[OUT Q=it may be too late]))
[ANCHOR=Joy Full]


St. Paul's House calls says it will accept any patient regardless of their ability to pay.
But most of their patients have Medicare.
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Jean,

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Coming up next on the newscast, Jacey Birch will take us to a classroom where the children are required to act up.


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THESE KIDS HERE ARE LEARNING THE INS AND OUTS OF PUTTING ON A THEATRE PRODUCTION, BUT THEY'RE NOT IN CLASS AND THEY'RE NOT GETTING A GRADE. STAY TUNED TO NEWS SEVEN AT FIVE BECAUSE WE'RE GOING TO TELL YOU ABOUT MILL MOUNTAIN THEATRE'S EDUCATION PROGRAM.
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If you have ever been to a live play, you know that acting in the theatre is much more than just learning lines and hitting marks.
As Jacey Birch found out... some middle and high school students are working hard to discover all they can from the professionals at Mill Mountain Theatre.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Let's just do a]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Pat Wilhelms/Education Coordinator; :23]
[SUPER=01-David Dvorscak/Youth Ensemble Director; 1:01]
[SUPER=01-Sarah Stanley/7th Grader; 1:29]
[SUPER=01-Daisy Edwards Frabell/7th Grader; 1:32]
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[OUT Q=I'm Jacey Birch]
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[SOT 34:10-18 (nat snd of Pat)]

((LET'S JUST DO A RUNNING REHEARSAL OF THE BEGINNING PART WHEN WE'RE BEHIND THE CURTAIN. OKAY, DOES THAT SOUND GOOD? MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A PENCIL, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR SCRIPT AND PLACES!))
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[OUT Q=script and places!]


Pat Wilhelms is a professional actress who is passing on her knowledge and experience to middle schoolers. She is working with the Mill Mountain Theater's education and outreach program to give budding young actors the full range of needed skills.
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[SOT 23:47-24:00]

((WHAT MAKES THIS CLASS SPECIAL FROM ANY OTHER ONE THAT WE'VE DONE IS THAT THEY'RE LEARNING ALL THE ASPECTS OF PUTTING ON A PLAY, THE BACKSTAGE INVOLVEMENT, HOW TO MARKET YOUR PLAY, HOW TO PREPARE PROPS, HOW TO DESIGN YOUR SET.))
[IN Q=What makes this]
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[OUT Q=design your set.]


David Dvorscak brings his talents as a Theatre professor at Hollins University to the high schoolers here.
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[SOT 43:48-50 (nat snd of David)]

((SO YOU'RE SCARED. I WANT TO SEE THAT.))
[IN Q=So you're scared]
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[OUT Q=to see that.]


Along with showing emotions... blocking movement and understanding motivation... David also tries to teach his students the art of connecting with the audience.
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[SOT 33:05-19]

((WHENEVER THEY ARE WORKING IN THE THEATRE, WHEN THEY ARE ON STAGE, IT'S ABOUT WORKING FROM AN IMPULSE THAT'S A GIFT-GIVING IMPULSE, SO THAT THEY SAY, HERE IS ALL THE WORK I'VE DONE AND THEY GIVE IT TO THE AUDIENCE.))
[IN Q=Whenever they are]
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[OUT Q=to the audience.]
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[SOT 43:15-18 (nat snd of David)]

((DID YOU MARK ANY BEATS WHERE YOU CHANGED YOUR INTENTIONS?))
[IN Q=Did you mark]
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[OUT Q=your intentions]


While David and Pat teach... they also draw out the personalities of the students.
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[SOT 37:20-30]

((WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW WHAT WE'RE HAVING FOR SUPPER TONIGHT? OOH CHOCOLATE CAKE? NO. CHERRY PIE? NO. STRAWBERRY TARTS? NO. WHAT THEN? NOTHING))
[IN Q=Would you like]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=what then? Nothing.]
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[SOT 50:23-28]

((I'VE NOTICED THAT SINCE I STARTED DOING THEATRE I'VE JUST BEEN MORE OUTGOING AND WILLING TO TRY NEW THINGS AND STUFF.))
[IN Q=I've noticed that]
[RUNS=05]
[OUT Q=things and stuff.]
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[SOT 46:57-47:05]

((I LOVE THEATER BECAUSE IT'S SO MUCH FUN TO BE UP THERE AND HAVE EVERYBODY WATCHING YOU.))
[IN Q=I love theatre]
[RUNS=08]
[OUT Q=watching you.]
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[SOT 25:56-26:09]

((VERY SHY KIDS WHO COME IN HERE AND THEY FEEL NOBODY KNOWS THEM, THEY'RE PROBABLY NOT LIKED BUT I ALREADY SEE WONDERFUL FRIENDSHIPS DEVELOPING AND CARING, RESPECT TOWARDS EACH OTHER, I LOVE SEEING THAT.))
[IN Q=Very shy kids]
[RUNS=13]
[OUT Q=love seeing that.]


And others may love to see their personalities turn into a profession.
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[SOT 47:19-33]

((I JUST WANTED TO HAVE A GOOD TIME AND GET MORE THEATRE EXPERIENCE TO HOPEFULLY ONE DAY MAKE IT INTO ONE OF THE REAL MILL MOUNTAIN THEATRE PLAYS ON THE BIG STAGE AND I'M JUST HAVING A LOT OF FUN AND GETTING A LOT OF PRACTICE.))
[IN Q=I just wanted]
[RUNS=14]
[OUT Q=a lot of practice]
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((AND CURTAIN...))
[IN Q=and]
[RUNS=02]
[OUT Q=curtain.]


Jacey Birch, News Seven, Roanoke.))

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Up next on the newscast, good news on the economy boosts stock prices. We'll have the details in today's Marketwatch report,
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And in Sports, Steve Mason will show us some local basketball players who are winners on and off the basketball court.


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[ANCHOR=jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=tbr]
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Stocks moved higher as traders celebrated some positive economic comments from the Federal Reserve, even though Alan Greenspan and company declined to lower interest rates again.
Alexis Christoforous reports.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Alexis Christoforous/CBS Marketwatch]
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[OUT Q=News 7 at 5]



[S5-Hoops]


[ANCHOR=jean]
[NEWSCAST=5pm]
[WRITER=sma]
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It is now time for our two minute ticker.
[graphic=hometown hoops weekly]


Wednesday means high school basketball. Today, Steve Mason tells us how the Martinsville boys basketball team is winning on the court and in the community.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=@steve1; :00]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville/March 2001; :22 ]
[SUPER=01-Troy Wells/Martinsville Head Coach; :41]
[SUPER=03-Bassett; :54]
[SUPER=01-Brian Frazier/Martinsville Point Guard; 1:13]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; 1:25]
[SUPER=01-Jovan Williamson/Martinsville Guard; 1:47]
[RUNS=1:57]
[OUT Q=.....hometown Hoops Weekly"]
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((STEVE MASON:)) ((State championship hardware and hard times go hand in hand with Martinsville. VF Image Ware will close it's doors this summer, thus eliminating over two thousand jobs. The basketball team welcomes the job of winning on the court and lifting community spirits. ((:)) ((:))
The economy will also force the closing of two prominent Piedmont District schools in Fieldale Collinsville and Laurel Park. One might think it's a relief to a program like Martinsville to lose two tough rivals, but, as far as the Bulldogs are concerned, that's hardly the case. ((:)) ((:))
Combined with their state championship season last year, the Bulldogs are 43 and 2 up to this point in 2002. The players and coach seem to have taken a chapter out of the community on how to succeed. ((:)) The Bulldogs are also 13 and OH in the Piedmont District. Steve Mason, Hometown Hoops Weekly.))
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[5-Calfee]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=5]
[WRITER=rca]
[TAPE#=501-02 1:47:26]
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The local mother of a Marine serving in Afghanistan got a surprise when she opened the newspaper this weekend.
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[VO-NAT :19.5]
[SUPER=03-Newbern;]

Carolyn Calfee saw her son's name...Sergeant Charles Calfee in print. The 28-year-old marine is quoted in an Associated Press article written from Kandahar. The Pulaski High School graduate is part of the cave by cave search for terrorists. Calfee says her son has been secretive about his assignment since September.
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[SOT 54:14:23]
[IN Q=HE SAYS]

((CAROLYN CALFEE/MARINE'S MOM; HE SAYS DON'T WORRY ABOUT ME I'M OK I'VE GOT A LOT OF BACK UP I'VE GOT A LOT OF MEN BEHIND ME AND IN FRONT OF ME AND HE LOVES WHAT HE'S DOING AND HE SAYS I SHOULDN'T WORRY BUT THAT'S A MOTHER'S PREROGATIVE TO.))
[SUPER=01-Carolyn Calfee/Marine's Mom;]
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[OUT Q=PEROGATIVE TO.]
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[VO-NAT]

Sergeant Calfee describes his duties in Afghanistan as "his proudest moments as a marine".
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