[Afghanistan]

[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

[NEWSCAST=Noon]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


In the war on terrorism, all eyes are on Salt Lake City.
That stage is set for the Winter Olympics, and unprecedented security is in place.
Jennifer Jones has the latest.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC; :00]
[SUPER=03-Salt Lake City, UT; :08]
[SUPER=01-Michael Lehnert/U. S. Brigadier General; :46]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Jones/Reporting; 1:11]
[RUNS=1:33]
[OUT Q=Jones, CBS News, Washington.]

((

(PKG)

PRESIDENT BUSH LEAVES FOR SALT LAKE CITY THIS MORNING, TO MARK THE KICKOFF OF THE 2002 WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES. HIS VISIT IS JUST ONE MORE REASON -- FOR A SECURITY STRATEGY THAT'S TOPPED 300-MILLION DOLLARS.

(nats..fighter jets)

FIGHTER JETS AND BLACKHAWK HELICOPTERS WILL CIRCLE THE SKIES, DURING THE GAMES. ON THE GROUND, SOME 15-THOUSAND SECURITY OFFICERS ... INCLUDING FBI AGENTS, MILITARY TROOPS AND MARKSMEN. UNPRECEDENTED SECURITY -- FOR A WORLDWIDE EVENT ON AMERICAN SOIL -- THE U-S IS DETERMINED TO DEFEND.
AT GUANTANAMO BAY, U-S FORCES ARE SECURING MORE SUSPECTED TERRORISTS. ANOTHER 28 PRISONERS HAVE ARRIVED - AND THERE'S ROOM FOR MORE.

(SOUNDBITE - 10:07:26 U.S. BRIGADIER GENERAL MICHAEL LEHNERT "Camp

X-Ray construction is complete and can house 320 detainees")
OVER 150 PRISONERS ARE NOW BEING HELD HERE -- NONE IS CLASSIFIED AS A PRISONER OF WAR. AND PRESIDENT BUSH ANNOUNCED THURSDAY, THE GENEVA CONVENTION APPLIES TO TALIBAN CAPTIVES ONLY -- NOT TO FIGHTERS FROM AL-QAIDA.

(STANDUP)

BACK AT HOME, SECURITY OFFICIALS SAY THERE HAVE BEEN NO "CREDIBLE THREATS" AGAINST THE OLYMPIC GAMES. BUT HOMELAND SECURITY DIRECTOR TOM RIDGE SAYS THE THREAT OF TERRORISM IS INESCAPABLE. ...ADDING, THE WINTER GAMES WILL BE AS SAFE 'AS HUMAN BEINGS AND TECHNOLOGY CAN MAKE IT.' JENNIFER JONES, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.
))

[11Warner]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=01-57 TC1:15:35]
[GRAPHIC=None]


The State Senate has moved to block some of the appointments former Governor Jim Gilmore made before leaving office.
Senate Republicans have been at odds with Gilmore since last year, and last night they rejected 27 of the appointments he made in the final days of his term.
(------------)
[VO-NAT 18.5]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


Earlier, it was Governor Warner who took up the issue of appointments.
He announced a new commission that will review candidates for the governing boards of Virginia's public colleges and universities.
With the college presidents standing behind him, Warner said he hopes to take politics out of higher education.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Basically, we're expanding]

((GOV. MARK WARNER: BASICALLY WE'RE EXPANDING THE NET BY HAVING THIS COMMISSION IN PLACE. TO TRY TO GO OUT AND REACH OUT AND FIND PEOPLE WHO MIGHT OTHERWISE NOT COME THROUGH THE PROCESS, SO WE CAN GET THE BEST PEOPLE POSSIBLE TO SERVE ON THESE FINE INSTITUTION BOARDS.))
[SUPER=@markwarner;]
[RUNS=:20]
[OUT Q=on these fine institution boards.]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]


During the news conference, Warner also indicated that more bad financial news is on the way.
Next week, Warner will brief lawmakers on January revenues and it appears the numbers will fall below estimates once again.
(--------------)


[11Van-Ban]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=01-58 TC1:11:37]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Twice it came up for a vote... and twice it came up short.
Yesterday, the legislation that would have banned the use of 15- passenger vans to transport public school students failed in the House of Delegates.
(------------)
[VO-NAT :16]
[SUPER=04-July 1;]


House Bill 460 was a response to the church van accident last July that killed Jessika Lewis and injured several others.
In committee, lawmakers had narrowed the focus to exempt private schools, but the measure still faced strong opposition on the floor.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=I hope the bill passes]

((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH: I HOPE THE BILL PASSES, BUT WHETHER IT PASSES OR NOT, I HOPE THAT THE ATTENTION THAT HAS BEEN BROUGHT BY THIS BILL WILL ALERT EVERYONE THESE ARE CARGO VANS, NOT PEOPLE VANS AND THAT THEY REALLY OUGHT TO BE USED FOR CARGO AND OUGHT NOT TO BE USED FOR TRANSPORTING HUMAN BEINGS.))
[SUPER=01-Del. Morgan Griffith/(R) Salem;]
[RUNS=:15]
[OUT Q=transportation of human beings.]
(-------------)
[ANCHOR=Kim]
[GRAPHIC=none]


The measure failed by a single vote the first time, and by two votes when Griffith managed to bring it up again. Barring an unexpected political maneuver, supporters of the ban will have to wait until next year.

[11Police-Ceremony]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=01-]
[GRAPHIC=Attack on America]


Much has been made of the sacrifices the New York City fire department made on September 11th, when hundreds of firefighters died in the collapse of the World Trade Center towers.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford]


But some police officers feel law enforcement's contributions have sometimes been forgotten.
So Bedford County Sheriff Mike Brown has organized a tribute to the 71 police officers killed that day.
More than 300 officers from around the country are expected to attend Monday's ceremony, rain or shine.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 11:10:45]

((MIKE BROWN: ONE, I KNOW, POLICE OFFICER SAID IN RESPONDING `HEY, I DON'T CARE WHAT KID OF DAY IT'S GOING TO BE, IT'S GOING TO BE A GREAT DAY, BECAUSE AFTER THE CEREMONIES.. WE'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GO HOME TO OUR LOVED ONES, SOMETHING THAT THE OFFICERS THAT LOST THEIR LIVES IN NEW YORK WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO DO.))
[SUPER=01-Mike Brown/Bedford Co. Sheriff]
[RUNS=19]
[OUT Q=be able to do.]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]


Monday's ceremony starts at 9 a.m. at the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford.
(------------)



[Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=NET]
[GRAPHIC=Business News]


In business news, Wall Street has extended its losing streak to five straight sessions.
Alexis Christoforous has that story and more in this morning's Marketwatch.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Alexis Christoforous/Reporting; :00]
[RUNS=1:28]
[OUT Q=your local stocks]
(OC)

((THE STOCK MARKET WAS WHIPSAWED BY A CLOUDY OUTLOOK FROM CISCO SYSTEMS AND ENRON-INDUCED ACCOUNTING FEARS.
THE MAJOR AVERAGES CHALKED UP THEIR FIFTH STRAIGHT DECLINE...

(GR)

THE DOW SANK JUST UNDER 28 POINTS

(GR)

AND THE NASDAQ TUMBLED 30 DRAGGED LOWER BY CISCO SYSTEMS..

(OC)

WHICH OFFERED A CLOUDY FINANCIAL OUTLOOK FOR THE CURRENT QTR.

(GR)

WORLDCOM FINALLY STOPPED THE BLEEDING..THE STOCK RALLIED 15 PERCENT AFTER THE LONG DISTANCE GIANT SAID ITS REDUCED ITS DEBT IN THE FOURTH QTR.

(OC)

AND DISCOUNTERS RULED THE RETAIL LANDSCAPE IN JANUARY.

(GR)

WALMART POSTED AN 8.3 PERCENT JUMP, ANN TAYLOR A 15 PERCENT RISE IN SALES AND TARGET A 5.8 PERCENT INCREASE.

(OC)

IN AFTER THE BELL ACTION,

(GR)

Film producer Pixar Animation SAID fourth quarter profits fell by more than half from a year ago even as its new hit "Monsters, Inc." debuted.

(OC)

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SECURITIES DEALERS HAS PROPSED NEW RULES FOR ANALSYTS WHO MAKE STOCK RECOMMENDAIONS.
AMONG THE PROPOSED CHANGES, INCREASING DISCLOSURES OF CONFLICTS IN RESEARCH REPORTS AND PUBLIC APPEARANCES, PROHIBITING ANALYSTS FROM BUYING OR RECEIVING STOCK AT A PREFERRED PRICE BEFORE ITS INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING AND PROHIBITING FIRMS FROM TYING AN ANALYSTS COMPENSATION TO INVESTMENT BANKING TRANSACTIONS.

(GR)

TRACK ALL THE PRE-MARKET ACTION AT CBS.MW.COM ...

(OC)

AT THE NASDAQ I'M AC IN NY.))



(tape tosses to stocks)

[STOCKS] [COMM]


[Olympics]


[ANCHOR=Olympics]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=kmc]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Olympics]


Tonight the 2002 Winter Olympic Games will officially get under way when the Olympic flame lights the cauldron at opening ceremonies.
The flame arrived in Salt Lake City last night.
Jennifer Miller has the story.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Salt Lake City, UT; :00]
[SUPER=01-Marae Pearsson/Utah Resident; :23]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/Reporting; :36]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY; :48]
[SUPER=01-Matthew Dahl/Victim's Son; 1:12]
[RUNS=1:35]
[OUT Q=Miller, CBS News, Salt Lake City.]
(



IT TOOK MORE THAN 30 YEARS TO BRING THE OLYMPIC FLAME TO SALT LAKE CITY, BUT THURSDAY NIGHT IT ARRIVED IGNITING CHEERS FROM CROWDS AT THE STATE CAPITOL, THE MORMONS TEMPLE SQUARE AND FINALLY THE CITY/COUNTY BUILDING.
SINCE THE MID-60S THE CITY HAS BID TO HOST THE GAMES, THEY WERE FINALLY AWARDED IN 1995.

(SOT FROM MARAE PEARSSON/UTAH RESIDENT

"It's our torch ... we worked so hard to get it here."
STANDUP BRIDGE BUT BEFORE THE TORCH REACHED SALT LAKE CITY IT CROSSED THROUGH 46 STATES AND WARMED THE HEARTS OF MORE THAN 11-THOUSAND AMERICANS.

(NATS)


ONE OF THEM WAS 82 YEAR OLD BETH LOVE

(SOT Beth Love/Torch Bearer)


BUT SOME OVERCAME GREAT ODDS. IN NASHVILLE, JASON GAUL WHO SUFFERS FROM SPINA BIFIDA HAD BEEN TOLD HE WOULD NEVER WALK HE BEAT THE ODDS.

(NATS OF JASON WALKING W/ CRUTCHES)


IN NEW YORK CITY POLICE, FIREFIGHTERS AND RELATIVES OF SEPTEMBER 11TH VICTIMS PASSED THE TORCH AS IT WAS FERRIED TO MANHATTAN. WHERE FORMER MAYOR RUDOLF GIULIANI CARRIED IT THROUGH ROCKEFELLER CENTER.

(NATS AT ROCKEFELLER CENTER)


IT WAS EVENTUALLY HANDED OFF TO MATTHEW DAHL (IN COLORADO) HIS FATHER WAS A PILOT OF HEROIC FLIGHT 93 .THE ONE THAT CRASHED IN PENNSYLVANIA TO AVERT A LARGER DISASTER.
DENVER TORCH 11:26 -: 37 MATTHEW DAHL/SON OF SEPT. 11 VICTIM The 11th was something that devastated this country, myself, and you know the flame is Americas spirit and so its wonderful.
IT REPRESENTS THE PASSION AND INSPIRATION OF OLYMPIANS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
BUT FOR MANY AMERICANS ON THIS TRIP, IT IS ALSO CHANCE TO BE A PART OF HISTORY. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, SALT LAKE CITY.

))[6-Medal-Ribbon]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=rca]
[TAPE#=01-55 TC1:53:14]
[GRAPHIC=none]

[***ANCHOR TAG***] A Southwest Virginia company will be taking first, second and third place at the Winter Games. The Paxar factory in Hillsville is producing 9-hundred Olympic ribbons to hold the winners' medals.
New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon takes us to the place where part of the highest athletic award is being made.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Nats]
[SUPER=03-Hillsville; :00]
[SUPER=01-Mark Adair/Director of Manufacturing; :11]
[SUPER=01-Steve Hoffmann/Technical Director; 1:10 QUICK]
[SUPER=@Rachel2; 1:15]
[RUNS=1:18]
[OUT Q=RC, News 7, Hillsville]

((Nats The weaving machines in this Hillsville plant are working at Olympic speed. A team at Paxar concentrated specifically on the ribbons.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 4:01:18]
[IN Q=when youy]

((MARK ADAIR/DIRECTOR OF MANUFACTURING; WHEN YOU HAVE GOT SOMETHING THAT THEY KNOW IS GOING TO GO OUT THERE AND GOING TO BE SEEN, YEAH, THEY TAKE A LITTLE EXTRA PRIDE IN PRODUCING THAT.))
[OUT Q=THAT]

The Olympic Committee came with several ribbon designs over a few months before approving the 4th and final version. Officials say producing it was challenging and detailed.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 2:01:25]
[IN Q=it took]

((MARK ADAIR/DIRECTOR OF MANUFACTURING; IT TOOK SEVERAL DAYS TO WAVE ITS AN INTRICATE WEAVE A TUBULAR WEAVE APPROXIMATELY 18-THOUSAND PICS IN THE LANARD ITSELF AND THAT MEANS INDIVIDUAL YARNS.))
[OUT Q=YARNS]

The ribbon sports three shades of blue...is 40-inches long and 2-inches wide. It reads Salt Lake 2002 and "light the fire within." Also included are the five Olympic rings woven in blue.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 1:45:28]
[IN Q=ITS SMETYHING]

((IT'S SOMETHING WE CAN SHOW OFF OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY THIS SMALL TOWN OF HILLSVILLE CONTRIBUTES TO THE WORLD.))
[OUT Q=THE WORLD]

Paxar has factories around the world.
New York based CEO Paul Griswold says "We at Paxar are extremely proud of our involvement in the creation of what is perhaps the world's most recognized and highly sought athletic award."
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 14:30:26]
[IN Q=a lot]

((A LOT OF PEOPLE WERE ANXIOUS TO SEE IT MADE OR TO SEE WHAT IT LOOKED LIKE WHEN WE WERE ALL FINISHED WITH IT. ))
[OUT Q=WITH IT.]

And a lot of athletes are anxious to see it around their necks. Rachel Cannon, News 7, Hillsville.))
(-------------)
[ANCHOR=Kim]
[SS=None]

Paxar is the third largest employer in Carroll County and it's expanding. Officials say they recently bought a second building, hired 30-workers and are looking to add nearly 20-more in the near future.

(Kimberly tosses to bump)


[bump-chyron]

[comm #3]




[6-Police-Ceremony]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=01-59 TC54:17]
[GRAPHIC=Attack on America]


On Monday, The National D-Day Memorial in Bedford will help honor soldiers who wore a different uniform in a different war.
Hundreds of police officers from around the country are expected to pay tribute to their comrades who were killed in New York City on September 11th.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=More than three]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/September 11; :00]
[SUPER=01-Mike Brown/Bedford Co. Sheriff; :17]
[SUPER=03-Bedford; :28]
[SUPER=@ssm1; 1:02]
[RUNS=1:13]
[OUT Q=News7, Bedford.]

((More than three hundred police officers and firefighters rushed into the World Trade Center on September 11th and never came back.
Much has been made of the sacrifices the fire service made that day, but Bedford County sheriff Mike Brown says many feel law enforcement has been somewhat forgotten.
[SOT 11:08:12]

((MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF: I THINK WE NEED TO KEEP IN FRONT OF THE COUNTRY WHAT THE POLICE SERVICE HAS LOST.. IT'S OUR BLEAKEST DAY.))
[RUNS= 11]
[OUT Q=bleakest day.]


So Brown is inviting police officers from around the country to Bedford County next week to honor the 71 officers killed in the line of duty that day in New York City.
The response has been tremendous, with more than 300 officers expected here, rain or shine.
[SOT 11:10:45]

((MIKE BROWN: ONE, I KNOW, POLICE OFFICER SAID IN RESPONDING `HEY, I DON'T CARE WHAT KID OF DAY IT'S GOING TO BE, IT'S GOING TO BE A GREAT DAY, BECAUSE AFTER THE CEREMONIES.. WE'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO GO HOME TO OUR LOVED ONES, SOMETHING THAT THE OFFICERS THAT LOST THEIR LIVES IN NEW YORK WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO DO.))
[RUNS= 19]
[OUT Q=be able to do.]

[Standup 11:22:20] ((Monday's ceremony will conclude with a 21-gun salute and the playing of "Taps" just a few minutes before ten.. exactly five months to the minute after the first World Trade tower fell. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Bedford.))
[RUNS= 12]
[OUT Q=News7, Bedford.] ))



[6-Dudley]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=02-02 TC23:11]
[GRAPHIC=None]


FEDERAL authorities have filed criminal information against Altavista's former rescue squad treasurer for obtaining money by false pretenses.
Edward Daniel Dudley faces five years in prison and a fine of 250 thousand dollars if he enters a guilty plea as expected.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Altavista/February 2001]


The investigation began last February when the squad's newly elected Treasurer noticed financial irregularities and reported them to Virginia State Police.
Five months after the investigation began, nine members resigned their positions saying they were unhappy with the direction the squad was going.
(------------)


[11Neely]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Keith Neely]

Former Christiansburg Attorney Keith Neely will not get a new trial. The same judge who presided over the federal jury trial nine years ago yesterday adopted the recommendation of a federal magistrate who reviewed the case last summer. Neely has served almost six years of a ten year sentence for his part in a drug conspiracy and money laundering scheme.

[1st-Business]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=ckor]
[TAPE#=NET]
[GRAPHIC=Business News]


In business news this morning, United Airlines Mechanics may go on strike. And American Airlines is grounding seatback air phones on hundreds of its planes.
Here's Barton Eckert with a look at the morning's top business stories..
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Barton Eckert/Reporting; :00]
[RUNS=1:06]
[OUT Q=in Washington.]


(( GOOD MORNING THIS FRIDAY THE 8TH OF FEBRUARY.
HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS MORNING.
--------------------------


THERE MAY BE AN AIRLINE STRIKE AFTER ALL...THE UNION REPRESENTING ALMOST 13,000 MECHANICS AT UNITED AIRLINES HAS WARNED THE COMPANY THAT A CONTRACT VOTE NEXT TUESDAY WILL PROBABLY NOT GO WELL..
EVEN WITH AN AGREEMENT LAST MONTH, RECOMMENDED BY A PRESIDENTIAL PANEL. A STRIKE AUTHORIZATION WAS ALREADY MADE AND THE FUTURE IS ,NOW, UP IN THE AIR.
--------------------------


LOW-COST CARRIER SUN COUNTRY AIRLINES, FORCED INTO BANKRUPTCY COURT BY CREDITORS LAST MONTH, HOPES TO GET NEW INVESTORS AND RESUME SCHEDULED SERVICE ON FEBRUARY 27TH.
SUN COUNTRY SUSPENDED MOST FLIGHTS AND LAID OFF ALMOST ALL OF ITS 900 WORKERS ON DECEMBER 7TH.
--------------------------


AMERICAN AIRLINES IS GROUNDING SEATBACK AIR PHONES ON HUNDREDS OF PLANES DUE TO WEAK PASSENGER DEMAND.
LESS THAN THREE CALLS ARE PLACED PER DAY, PER AIRCRAFT.
THE AIRLINE WILL CONTINUE TO OFFER SATELLITE PHONE SERVICE ON INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS.
TWO OTHER CARRIERS ALREADY SCRAPPED THEIR SERVICE: ALASKA AIRLINES AND SOUTHWEST .
--------------------------


EVEN WITH SALES NEWS FROM WAL-MART BOOSTING THURSDAY THERE WAS A SELLOFF... WILL WALl STREET REBOUND BEFORE DAYS END TODAY?
ON ASIAN MARKETS OVERNIGHT .. STOCKS FIRM IN TOKYO ..
THE BANK OF JAPAN HELD TO ITS ULTRA-EASY MONETARY POLICY.
--------------------------


AND THAT'S YOUR FIRST BUSINESS CHECK ON THE MORNING'S TOP BUSINESS HAPPENINGS..
I'M BARTON ECKERT IN WASHINGTON.))


(tape tosses to stocks)

[STOCKS] [COMM]

[6-Pulaski-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=rca]
[TAPE#=01-56 TC1:21:18]
[GRAPHIC=Fire]


A fire destroyed an apartment and damaged another in Pulaski.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pulaski;]

Officials say an electrical short in the microwave caused the blaze. It started just after 10 o'clock yesterday morning in an apartment building on Memorial Drive. About 40-firefighters from three departments fought the flames. No one was injured. The owner says he has insurance and is glad everyone got our safely. Damage is estimated at 40-thousand dollars.
(------------)



[11Hollins-Nepal]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=02-05 TC38:49]
[GRAPHIC=None]


A Hollins professor says that Americans can learn a thing or two about fighting illness from other cultures.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]


Every year, Doctor Robin Taylor leaves the classroom and heads to Nepal, to study how people there use plants as medicine.
She visits healers and learns their remedies for common illnesses.
Then, she and her students test them in the lab, to find out how they measure up to Western medicines.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 28:41 - :53]
[IN Q=Of all the plants]

((ROBIN TAYLOR/HOLLINS BIOLOGY PROFESSOR: OF ALL THE PLANTS THAT I TEST, 85-90% OF THEM WORK IN THE LABORATORY... WHICH TO ME MEANS THAT THESE PEOPLE REALLY KNOW WHAT THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT AND THIS TRADITIONAL MEDICINE REALLY WORKS.))
[SUPER=01-Robin Taylor/Hollins Biology Professor;]
[RUNS=:12]
[OUT Q=medicine really works.]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]


Taylor hopes her research in Nepal will help find new ways to treat bacterial infections and other illnesses.
(------------)



(Kim tosses to Steve at Desk)

[Desk 2-SHOT=Kim and Steve]