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[SUPER=@Marya1;]
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Officials are investigating an early morning fire at a Lynchburg Hardee's...
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[vo-nat] And a Vinton Police officer is among those injured in an overnight accident... we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.


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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Vinton-Police]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. Morn]
[WRITER=tha]
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Two people were killed and a police officer injured in an overnight accident in Vinton.
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Police say 72 year-old Audrey Bryant St. Clair of Vinton was pulling out of her driveway when she struck a police officer in persuit of a speeder. St. Clair and her sister, 67-year old Mary Onita Bryant, died. The officer - John Randolph Munsey - suffered minor injuries in the accident. The crash happened shortly before midnight-- near the intersection of Route 24 and Washington Avenue. State police were called in to handle the investigation.
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[Olympics]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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The final day of the Winter Olympics got off to a rowdy start on the streets of Salt Lake City.
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Up to 100 police officers fired foam-tipped bullets to scatter an unruly crowd outside a downtown beer garden.
Police officials say people became rambunctious when they couldn't get into the beer garden.
Some tossed bottles and cans.
No serious injuries -- but police arrested at least 30 people.
There was some minor property damage reported.
The beer garden is just blocks from the Olympic medals plaza.
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[Ground-Zero]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=mjo]
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An M-I-T professor says he can explain why the SECOND World Trade Tower collapsed before the first one.
As Lee Cowan reports, videotape and mathematics helped solve the mystery.
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((NAT/SOT PLANE INTO SOUTH TOWER/SCREAMING


They are the most horrific images this generation has ever seen -- but in them may lie an answer to one basic question.

NAT/SOT COLLAPSE



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Why was the SECOND TOWER to be hit, the FIRST tower to fall.

M.I.T Professor Eduardo Kausel, thinks one reason was speed.

(SOT/EDUARDO KAUSEL, M.I.T.)

"The plane that hit the South tower was travelling basically at cruising speed, extremely fast actually."

(NARR: vo him with pictures)


Using calculations based on everyting from the sound of the engines -- to the distance from the video cameras -- Kausel estimates United flight 175 hit the South Tower at 550 miles an hour -- some 100 miles an hour FASTER than the American flight that hit the first tower.

(SOT/EDUARDO KAUSEL, M.I.T)

"Consider when you're flying 550 miles an hour, you're basically are flying 800 feet per second."

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But the difference wasn't just speed. Not only was the North Tower hit slower -- but American flight 11 also flew STRAIGHT INTO THE BUILDING -- high between the 94th and 99th floors. It stood for more than an hour and a half after.

By contrast the South Tower stood only 56 minutes after being hit HARDER AND LOWER -- between the 78th and 84 floors -- AND near a corner --

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....an indication the 767 may have come in so fast, the pilot nearly missed his target -- forcing the plane into a turn that engineers say would have pushed the jet close to its limits.

(SOT/EDUARDO KAUSEL, M.I.T.)

"The plane banked sharply to the west presumably in order to be able to actually hit the building. If it hadn't have done it, presumably the plane would have missed the building."

(COWAN ON CAM:)

"It's unclear how many MORE people would have survived had the buildings stayed up longer. Most of the fatalities were actually in the tower that stood the longest, not the shortest. But most engineers agree, had the planes not been carrying a full load of explosive jet fuel -- the buildings may never have collapsed. Lee Cowan, CBS News New York." ))

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Fire destroyed a fast food restaurant in Lynchburg this morning. Officials say the Hardees on Wards Road caught fire around 1:30 - It took firefighters nearly three hours to put it out. No one was inside the building.
Firefighters are investigating what caused the blaze.


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[BOTH MICS HOT] A nationally renowned Christian recording artist visits the Star City...
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning
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We'll introduce you to the man who tries to motivate people through music.
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[Lotto]
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[Staley-Collins]


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90-years ago, high society met rural Virginia in the small community of Marion. Today, the finery of the era can still be seen in some of the older homes. In this week's Time Off Shannon Young takes us to Smyth County for a tour of the Staley-Collins house.
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[IN Q=The exterior of the home]
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((The exterior of the home at 109 Strother Street is deceiving. Peeling paint and a slightly rundown air belie the historical jewel inside.
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[IN Q=IT'S A BEAUTIFUL VICTORIAN HOME.]

((BRENDA GWYN: IT'S A BEAUTIFUL VICTORIAN HOME... VERY RARE TO FIND SOMETHING IN THIS GOOD A CONDITION AT THIS POINT AND TIME IN HISTORY.))
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[OUT Q=POINT AND TIME IN HISTORY.]

A Mr. Baylor gets credit for building the home in 1905. But his tastes ran to the expensive and he went bankrupt during construction. In 1911, Mr. Henry B. Staley bought and completed the house which stayed in the family for the next 86-years and was home to two Lieutenant Governors, Benjamin Franklin Buchanan and Lewis Preston Collins.
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[IN Q=THE STALEY FAMILY MARRIED INTO THE COLLINS FAMILY.]

((THE STALEY FAMILY MARRIED INTO THE COLLINS FAMILY. THEY HAD TWO GIRLS AND A BOY. PAULINE STALEY MARRIED LEWIS PRESTON COLLINS. AND THEN THEIR FAMILIES, YOU KNOW, WORK ON DOWN.))
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The home is partially furnished, although much of the upstairs is still being restored. Every item, whether photograph, jewelry or furniture, can be traced back to one of the families that lived under the high ceilings and grand chandeliers. The pride the inhabitants took in their residence can still be seen in the well-oiled wood and what looks like wallpaper but is actually a charcoal drawing.
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[IN Q=THIS IS ALL SOLID WOOD...]

((THIS IS ALL SOLID WOOD, WAINSCOTTING UP TO THERE, THE PLATE RACK AROUND AND THEN, OF COURSE, THE HAND DRAWN PIECES. THAT'S ONE OF THE THINGS THAT EXCITES ME THE MOST BECAUSE IT'S TELLING A STORY OF ALL THE SETTLERS COMING FROM ENGLAND AND EUROPE OVER TO THE NEW WORLD.))
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[OUT Q=OVER TO THE NEW WORLD.]

The story the house tells is what appeals most to the Smyth County Historical Society. Former residents went by names like Staley, Sheffey and Denit, names that appear regularly in history books and weave through local lore. It's that connection to the past that Gwyn says must be preserved.
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[IN Q=ONE OF OUR GOALS...]

((ONE OF OUR GOALS IS THAT WE WANT THE CHILDREN TO FEEL THEIR HERITAGE, TO FEEL THE CULTURE THAT THEY HAVE IN THE BACKGROUND AND WE WANNA BUILD THEIR SELF ESTEEM BECAUSE IT'S IMPORTANT FOR THEM TO FEEL THIS.))
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[OUT Q=FOR THEM TO FEEL THIS.]

Shannon Young, News 7, Marion.))

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[JACEY ONE SHOT] There is a special basketball tournement going on this weekend for youth. It's called the Knights of Columbus basketball tournament - and here to tell us about that this morning is Tim Lowe. Good Morning Tim. [two shot]
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First, tell us about the tournament... what ages are participating?
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How did this tournament get started?
What made you want to get involved?
How do the kids get involved?
And the ticket price is just outrageous.. two dollars for how many games?

Thanks so much for joining us this morning.. and again the tournament starts Friday and lasts for two weekend and tickets are two dollars.. and they are good for both weekends.
Now here's Marya with a look at some more sports action ...

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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... An accident in Vinton last night sends three people to the hospital...
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And as the Olympics wind down-- a rowdy crowd stirred up a riot last night.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Police quelled unruly crowds in downtown Salt Lake City this morning as the final day of the Winter Olympics began.
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Up to 100 police officers fired foam-tipped bullets to scatter a crowd outside a downtown beer garden.
Police officials say people became rowdy when they couldn't get into the beer garden.
Some tossed bottles and cans.
No serious injuries -- but police arrested at least 30 people.
There was some minor property damage reported.
The beer garden is just blocks from the Olympic medals plaza.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
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[WRITER=tha]
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An accident in Vinton late last night killed two people - and injured a police officer.
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Police say 72 -year-old Audrey Bryant St. Clair of Vinton was pulling out of her driveway when she struck a police officer in persuit of a speeder. St. Clair and her sister, 67-year old Mary Onita Bryant, died. The officer - John Randolph Munsey - suffered only minor injuries. The crash happened shortly before midnight-- near the intersection of Route 24 and Washington Avenue. State police were called in to handle the investigation.
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[Pearl]


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[WRITER=mjo]
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U-S officials think Osama bin Laden is still alive.
Sources in the Bush administration say they believe he's hiding along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.
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[SUPER=03-Pakistan;]


Officials in Pakistan are warning Americans there to be on high alert.
They believe that Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl's kidnapping and murder may have been part of a wider terrorist scheme.
And they say dangers to Americans could be high as long as his killers are still on the loose.
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((Moinuddin Haider/Interior Minister: four more names are required who abducted him and kept him in underground cell possibly. we know their names, we know their identity. We are surely after them and once that is done the whole net will be broken.))
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[OUT Q=will be broken.]
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Authorities are doubtful they'll ever find Pearl's body.
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[Natural-Museum]


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Cultural organizations in central and western Virginia are keeping a close eye on the budget process in Richmond.


And one area museum may get all the money it needs.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville]


Both the House and Senate budget bills call for nearly 15-million dollars in bonds to build a new Museum of Natural History in Martinsville.
The current building is too small and too old.
Museum officials say a new state of the art facility will be worth every penny.
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[SOT 07:30]
[IN Q=When you have a]

((STEPHEN PIKE/MUSEUM DIRECTOR: WHEN YOU HAVE A 15-MILLION DOLLAR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT THAT'S FAIR AMOUNT OF JOBS RIGHT THERE BUT BEYOND THAT IT'S GOING TO BE A REAL HIGHLIGHT FOR THE ENTIRE REGION IN TERMS OF AN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE. IT WILL BE A GREAT POINT OF PRIDE FOR MARTINSVILLE AND HENRY COUNTY AND I HOPE FOR THE WHOLE SOUTHSIDE.))
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Both the House and Senate budgets are now in conference.
If the funding is approved, the museum hopes to begin construction next year on land located on Starling Avenue.
The museum would then open by 2005.
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning, Area agencies are working to improve neighborhoods in Roanoke
[ANCHOR=Jacey]

and
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one area is hoping million dollar renovation will help change its reputation [Jacey ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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[VA Profile Tease next!!!!!!!!][Cave-Spring]


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It was just plain over-crowded.
So Half of the Cave Spring High School student body will go to Hidden Valley High next year.
In this week's Virginia Profile, Jennifer Miele found that the kids are flipping for the change... literally.
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((Cave Spring High cheerleaders Elizabeth Layman and Stephen Hughes have been best friends since the fourth grade...
They and 700 other students will make the switch next year to Hidden Valley High.
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[17:10:57] ((ELIZABETH LAYMAN: I THINK NEXT YEAR SINCE WE'LL ALL BE AT A NEW SCHOOL, WE'LL ALL BE AT THE SAME LEVEL. IT WILL BE REALLY NICE TO KNOW YOU HAVE A BEST FRIEND THERE THAT YOU CAN COUNT ON IF YOU NEED THEM.))
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While the decision to split the school wasn't something students cheered at first -- many now see it as a welcomed change.
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[TC:17:08:44] ((STEPHEN HUGHES: I WAS KIND OF WORRIED BECAUSE I'M ALSO A FOOTBALL PLAYER TOO, AND SPLITTING FROM A TEAM, BUT IT'S AN OPPORTUNITY AND I'M EXCITED ABOUT IT.))
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New mascot... Titans. New colors... blue and gold. New challenges... no problem.
Just ask teacher and cheerleading coach Shannon Stanger.
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((YOU LOVE THESE GIRLS?.... SHANNON STANGER: I DO, AND ALL THE GIRLS ARE GREAT NO MATTER WHAT SCHOOL THEY GO TO. IT'S GOING TO BE A REBUILDING YEAR ANY TIME YOU MAKE A CHANGE, FOR ALL THE SPORTS TEAMS.))
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Coaches say it shouldn't be hard to rebuild because there is so much talent ... Football, boys swimming and girls indoor track were all District Champs this year.
And academically, an average of 90 percent of the student body is accepted and enrolls in post secondary programs. [tc:17:22:26] ((JENNIFER MIELE/REPORTING: EVEN THOUGH HALF OF THIS SQUAD WILL GO THE NEW SCHOOL NEXT YEAR, THEY SAY IT WON'T DIVIDE THEIR FRIENDSHIPS.))
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[TC:17:11:45] ((ELIZABETH/STEPHEN: BUT THEY'LL ALWAYS BE YOUR FRIENDS, NEXT YEAR, I'LL BE THE SAME WAY I AM NOW. JUST CALL THEM ON THE WEEKENDS AND SAY LET'S HANG OUT. STEPHEN: IT WON'T CHANGE. I'LL STILL HANG OUT WITH THOSE PEOPLE.))
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The kids say teamwork will make this change work.

Jennifer Miele, News 7.))[Afton-Gardens]


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Residents around Afton Gardens are hoping a new million dollar project will help change perceptions that their neighborhood is a haven for drug dealers and crime. As Justin McLeod discovered, the area has a new name, a new coat of paint, and maybe a new outlook.
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((((NAT SOUND OF DRILLING ))
Progress these days can be seen throughout Afton Gardens.
All of this (shot of blue) will soon be replaced with this. (shot of brown).
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((ROBERT SINGLETON/RESIDENT: IT'S A BIG IMPROVEMENT.))
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An improvement that's costing nearly two million dollars.
Every apartment here on Hunt Avenue has been gutted.
In its place are new bathrooms, kitchens, and a central air and heating system.
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[IN Q=When I walked through]

((MARGARET HARP/RESIDENT: WHEN I WALKED THROUGH THOSE DOORS AND LOOKED I SAID I'VE GONE TO HOLLYWOOD. IT WAS BEAUTIFUL.))
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[OUT Q=It was beautiful]


And more beauty is on its way.
Workers will soon landscape and install vandal proof lights as well as a brand new playground.
Once completed, Afton Gardens will be completely renovated from the inside out.
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[IN Q=Crime is also down]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: CRIME IS ALSO DOWN HERE. ABOUT A YEAR AGO, MANAGEMENT AND THE ROANOKE POLICE DEPARTMENT JOINED FORCES. THEY INCREASED FOOT PATROLS, ADDED SECURITY MEASURES LIKE LIGHTNING AND FENCING AND MORE IMPORTANTLY THEY STARTED EVICTING RESIDENTS WHO WERE CAUSING TROUBLE.))
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[OUT Q=causing trouble]


More than ten residents were evicted.
As a result, crime is now down nearly fifty percent.
Residents who once lived in fear can now venture safely outside. (SHOT OF KIDS OUTSIDE)
The hope is the public will soon see some of this work in progress.
[SOT 15:14]
[IN Q=We're trying to be]

((BOB FARMER/MANAGEMENT: WE'RE TRYING TO BE A GOOD NEW MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY PARTICULARLY WITH ALL THAT IS GOING ON NEXT DOOR AT THE LINCOLN TERRACE AND THAT'S SUCH A BIG IMPROVEMENT TO THIS AREA AND I HOPE WE'LL BE PART OF THAT.))
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[OUT Q=part of that]


It's a part that will soon be set in stone as renovations are set to be completed by May.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Roanoke.))

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[MARYA ONE SHOT] Afton Gardens isn't the only neighborhood in Roanoke in need of help. That's why organizations like Total Action Against Poverty, Roanoke Regional Housing Network and Habitat for Humanity are working to eliminate sub-standard housing in Roanoke City. Here to talk about that this morning are Karen Mason, the executive director of Habitat for Humanity and Elizabeth Middleton of TAP. Thanks so much for joining us here this morning ladies. [MARYA THREE SHOT]
[super=01-Karen Mason/Habitat for Humanity]
[SUPER=01-Elizabeth Middleton/TAP]

First tell me what plans are underway some of the sub-standard neighborhoods in the area.
Where are these areas you are talking about.
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How are your agencies going about working on this?
How are things going?
What are the challenges you are facing?

Thanks so much for talking with us here this morning.
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