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Coming up-
Blacksburg prepares for this weekends UVa Tech game-
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A man is charged with the death of a nursing home patient.
A new shot that some doctors say DISSOLVES fat- Does it work?
Plus check out the real CSI Miami- Is it anything like the TV show?
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[Talent=Jean]


And the holiday forecast.
News 7 at Eleven is next.
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[SOT: 20:24:25]
[IN Q=With a few keystrokes....]

((JAMES COMEY/U.S. ATTORNEY: WITH A FEW KEYSTROKES, THESE MEN PICKED THE POCKETS OF TENS OF THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS, AND IN THE PROCESS TOOK THEIR IDENTITY, STOLE THEIR MONEY, AND SWIPED THEIR SECURITY.))
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[OUT Q=swiped their security.]
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[VO-NAT]

Three men are behind bars tonight for what authorities are calling the LARGEST identity theft case in U-S history.
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[Identity-Theft]


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The men have been charged with orchestrating a massive scam that's left at least 30-thousand victims with huge money problems.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY]

Investigators are still counting losses - but they're up to at least two-point-seven million dollars. They say the scheme began three years ago when a desk worker at a computer software company agreed to sell passwords and codes for downloading consumer credit reports to one of the conspirators.
The information was then passed on to at least twenty people who executed the enormous scam.
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[SOT 20:24:04]
[IN Q=We had a lady...]

((JAMES COMEY/U. S. ATTORNEY; WE HAD A LADY WHO CALLED UP IN TEARS, JUST IN THE LAST COUPLE OF DAYS THESE CROOKS OPENED UP A $35,000 LINE OF CREDIT IN HER NAME, AND STROKED a $34,000 DOLLAR CHECK." ))
[SUPER=01-James Comey/U. S. Attorney]
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[OUT Q=....thousand dollar check.]
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[VO-NAT]

More than 15-thousand credit reports were stolen from all across the country. Authorities say more arrests and thousands more victims are expected.
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[Taylor]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=tha]
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[SS=Murder Invest.]

It's been nearly two months since the night manager at Shenandoah Homes was found murdered. Today, a 34- year old man described as a transient was formally charged with killing Helen Cadd.
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[VO-NAT]

Police say Danny Ray Taylor was at the retirement home the night the 88- year old was found dead.
That evening, Taylor was arrested on a probation violation and has been in custody ever since.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./October 3;]

Today-- he was formally charged with capital murder and sexual assault. Authorities aren't saying what evidence led to today's arrest. Taylor is being held without bond and has been granted two court appointed attorneys. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for January.
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[Craig-Schools]


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School officials in Craig County hope their heating problems are history.
Two new boilers are now operating, and classes are scheduled to resume on Tuesday morning.
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[SUPER=03-Craig Co.]


Students stayed home one day last week, and again today, because of continuing problems with heating equipment at the county's combined school.
Technicians worked through the night to get the equipment up and running, and by midafternoon it was back online.
Because four additional days have been built into the schedule, the unexpected vacation has not affected the school calendar.
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[Fat-Shot]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[GRAPHIC=Medical News]


Liposuction is one of the most common cosmetic surgeries-
But now, that invasive surgery could be replaced by a shot....
It is a new injection that some say- dissolves fat.
Dr. Sean Keniff reports.
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[SUPER=03-Miami, FL; :00]
[SUPER=01-Misty Koons/30 Years Old; :09]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Soren White/Dermatologist; :50]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Sean Keniff/CBS News; 1:00]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Howard Sobel/Dermatologist; 1:15]
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[OUT Q=CBS News.]

((IF YOU HAVE SADDLE BAGS, LOVE HANDLES, OR THUNDER THIGHS...YOU'VE PROBABLY WONDERED WHY, YOU CAN'T SEEM TO LOSE THEM.
MISTY KOONS/30 YEARS OLD NO MATTER HOW MANY SITUPS I DO, SIDE BENDS, CARDIO, DIET-THESE LITTLE-UH-I COULD PINCH MORE THAN AN INCH LETS JUST SAY.
MISTY KOONS...DIDN'T EXACTLY HAVE A SPARE TIRE, BUT SHE WANTED A SLIMMER WAIST LINE ...AND SHE WANTED TO AVOID TRADITIONAL LIPOSUCTION. THAT'S WHEN SHE HEARD ABOUT LIPOSTABIL INJECTIONS. A LIQUID FORM OF A NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENT. MISTY KOONS/30 YEARS OLD I DON'T NEED LIPOSUCTION. ITS TOO EXTREME FOR ME - BUT I THOUGHT LIPOSTABIL-IF THIS REALLY WORKS-THIS COULD BE FOR ME.

DR. SOREN WHITE, A MANHATTAN COSMETIC DERMATOLOGIST, HAS USED THE SHOTS. HE SAYS...WHEN INJECTED... LIPOSTABIL MAY LITERALLY MELT THE FAT AWAY. DR. SOREN WHITE: MOST OF MY COLLEAGUES-PRIMARILY IN SOUTH AMERICA AND EUROPE-FIND OR BELIEVE THAT IT ACCELERATES LYPOLYSIS-WHICH IS THE BREAKDOWN OF FAT. BRIDGE A SHOT THAT DISSOLVES FAT?...COULD IT BE THAT EASY? SO FAR THE PROCEDURE HAS NOT BEEN FDA APPROVED BUT ..MANY DOCTORS IN THE COSMETIC FIELD SAY...EVEN IF IT WORKS...IT CAN'T WORK WELL ENOUGH...BECAUSE COSMETIC PROCEDURES ARE ABOUT CONTOURING.
SOT DR. HOWARD SOBEL

YOU ARE INJECTING A SUBSTANCE AND ITS GOING TO GO WHERE IT WANTS.. YOU MAY BE BREAKING UP AREA UNEVENLY AND THEN WHAT DO YOU DO DERMATOLOGIST DR. HOWARD SOBEL SAYS THE SHOTS ARE ALSO MORE EXPENSIVE, AND LESS EFFECTIVE THAN THE LATEST LIPOSUCTION TECHNIQUES. BUT IF YOU ASK MISTY ABOUT LIPOSTABIL...SHE'LL TELL YOU...IT WORKS...AND IT'S WORTH EVERY PENNY. MISTY KOONS NOW I CANT PINCH AN INCH. DR. SEAN KENNIFF...CBS NEWS.))


[DMV]


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It could have been much worse.... that's the word today from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
DMV officials say at one point, they considered closing more than 30 offices.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond]


They responded today to charges that the D-M-V intentionally sought to close offices in Republican districts.
Officials say they used factual data to shave 44-million dollars from the D-M-V's budget.
They closed a dozen D-M-V offices, including those in Bedford and Rocky Mount.
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[OUT Q=MOST DIFFICULT THING I'VE EVER DONE.]
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D-M-V officials say the closing of twelve offices was an "agonizing" decision but not a political one.
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[Falwell-Church]


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Jerry Falwell's big plans to expand Liberty University and Thomas Road Baptist Church may not get the blessing of Lynchburg
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city council.
Falwell is buying the Ericsson plant next door to Liberty for a new church and classroom space for the school.
But some city leaders are worried about taking Lynchburg's biggest industrial site off the tax rolls.
Falwell says he's confident city council will see the benefits.
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[SOT 14:38:03//15:03:32]
[IN Q=I think we'll]

((REV. JERRY FALWELL/LIBERTY U. CHANCELLOR: I THINK WE'LL BE EXCHANGING INFORMATION THAT SOMETIMES WILL APPEAR LIKE VOLLEYS, BUT I THINK THAT AT THE END OF THE DAY, THEY'RE ALL OUR FRIENDS, WE'RE THERE FRIENDS. BOTH OF US HAVE THE SAME THING IN MIND, THE WELFARE OF OUR COMMUNITY)) ((BERT DODSON/LYNCHBURG VICE MAYOR: BUT I THINK IT'S A BIG DISCUSSION WITHIN THE COMMUNITY. THIS IS AN ASSET OF THE COMMUNITY AND THIS WILL OUTLIVE MINISTERS, COUNCIL MEMBERS, WE NEED TO MAKE THE RIGHT DECISION FOR THE COMMUNITY AND WE JUST CANNOT SAY 'HEY IT'S OKAY, GO AHEAD AND DO IT.'))
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[SUPER=01-Bert Dodson/Lynchburg Vice Mayor; :15]
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[OUT Q=of our community.]
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[VO-NAT]


Officials say the re-zoning request likely won't be made until next year.
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[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
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College football's a rough sport... even off the field.
See how a string of fan riots has cops in Blacksburg planning for the worst when News 7 returns.
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[Sports-preview]


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[IN Q=Hey folks]
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[OUT Q=the BIG 7."]
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((Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office - as VMI hits the road tonight in Knoxville to battle the Volunteers. JJ and the Blue Devils get all they can handle from Davidson, while UVa shakes off pesky Chaminade on the 20th anniversary of the upset. Plus, FSU kicks its quarterback off the team, and the Tech-UVa hype begins. Tonight on the Big 7.))

[Iraq]


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United Nations Weapons inspectors say they're better equipped this time around. It's been years since inspectors went into Iraq.
As Aleen Sirgany reports, the inspectors are on the ground and ready to get to work on Wednesday.
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[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq; :00]
[SUPER=01-Hans Blix/Chief U. N. Weapons Inspector; :17]
[SUPER=01-Melissa Fleming/International Atomic Energy Agency; :49]
[SUPER=01-Michael Sailor/University of California, San Diego; 1:18]
[SUPER=@Sirgany1; 1:25]
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[OUT Q=CBS News, Washington.]

((A TEAM OF U.N. WEAPONS INSPECTORS NOW IN IRAQ ... WILL GO AHEAD WITH ITS MISSION AS PLANNED ... EVEN THOUGH BAGHDAD INSISTS IT NO LONGER HAS ANY WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION . CHIEF U.N. INSPECTOR, HANS BLIX, SAYS IRAQ NEEDS TO BACK UP THOSE WORDS WITH HARD EVIDENCE.
(SOT: HANS BLIX/CHIEF U.N. INSPECTOR)

"The production of mustard gas is not exactly the same as the production of marmalade. You do expect those who produce chemical weapons to keep some tracks." WHEN THE 17 INSPECTORS BEGIN THEIR SEARCH ON WEDNESDAY, THEY WILL PICK UP WHERE THEY LEFT OFF 4-YEARS AGO. THIS TIME THEY PLAN TO GO FORWARD WITH UNPRECEDENTED ACCESS INSPECTING SENSITIVE SITES, LIKE MILITARY BASES, MOSQUES, AND PRESIDENTIAL PALACES. AND THEY CAN INTERROGATE ANYONE WITHOUT THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT PRESENT -- EVEN IF IT MEANS TAKING PEOPLE OUT OF THE COUNTRY.
(SOT: MELISSA FLEMING/INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY)

"We're also aware that we will be watched practically every move." THE INSPECTORS COME EQUIPPED WITH AN ARRAY OF HIGH-TECH TOOLS -- INCLUDING SPY-PLANE AND SATELLITE IMAGES -- AS WELL AS AIRBORNE RADARS THAT CAN FIND HIDDEN BUNKERS UNDER THE IRAQI DESERT. RESEARCHERS ARE ALSO WORKING ON ADVANCED HAND-HELD DETECTORS, AND SENSORS ABOUT THE SIZE OF DUST.
(SOT: MICHAEL SAILOR/UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO)

"Unlike the regular glitter that's in cosmetics, this stuff will change color when it sees chemical agents."
(STANDUP)

ABOUT 35 MORE INSPECTORS WILL FLY TO BAGHDAD ON DECEMBER 8TH. THAT'S THE DEADLINE FOR IRAQ TO REPORT ANY WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION. BUT A CBS NEWS POLL SHOWS THAT 80-PERCENT OF AMERICANS BELIEVE SADDAM WILL NOT COOPERATE WITH THE INSPECTION TEAM. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))

[Homeland-Security]


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It is the biggest re-organization of the federal government in half a century-
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[SUPER=03-Washington, DC ]


Today with the stroke of a pen, President Bush created the new department of homeland security.
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[SOT Today we're taking]
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((TODAY WE'RE TAKING HISTORIC ACTION TO DEFEND THE UNITED STATES AND PROTECT OUR CITIZENS AGAINST THE DANGERS OF A NEW ERA.))
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[OUT Q=of a new era.]
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Two dozen agencies including the coast guard, the secret service and the transportation security administration will merge- bringing more than 170 thousand workers into the fold.
President Bush has tapped current Homeland Security Chief Tom Ridge to become the newest cabinet member.
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[IN Q=It's a one stop]

((TOM RIDGE/HOMELAND SECURITY CHIEF: IT'S A ONE STOP SHOP FOR US TO BUILD STRONG RELATIONSHIPS WORKING with THE STATE AND LOCAL ENFORCEMENT. WE'RE GOING TO SHARE INFORMATION ABOUT TERRORIST ACTIVITY))
[SUPER=01-Tom Ridge/Homeland Security Chief;]
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[OUT Q=ABOUT TERRORIST ACTIVITY.]
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[Vo-nat 09 PLUS PAD]
One controversial component of the legislation will allow pilots to carry guns in cockpits- after they undergo training.
That's set to go within 90 days.
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[Football-Security;]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=myr]
[TAPE#=02-40 TC1:27:58]
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Riots at recent college football games have Virginia Tech police on edge.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/November 1999]


This is footage from a 19-99 homegame, when the Hokies defeated Boston College.
But, with the big rivalry game coming up this weekend between the Hokies and the Hoos... Tech police realize the possibility of fan rioting after the game is very real.
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[SOT 31:29]
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[SUPER=01-Debra Duncan/VT Police Chief;]
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[OUT Q=subject to arrest.]
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Virginia Tech police won't be alone in keeping things under control this Saturday.
Duncan says the department will get some help from about one hundred additional officers from Blacksburg, Christiansburg and the Montgomery County Sheriff's office.
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[Peay]


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He's been described as a General's general.
He was also one of the most popular cadets in V-M-I's Class of ' 62. Next June General Binnie Peay (pee) will take over as the Institute's 14th Superintendent.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington]

He rose to the rank of four-star general. He commanded the 101st Airborne Division in the Gulf War. So some people were asking why Peay would want to lead Virginia Military Institute. As the son of a V-M-I cadet and father of two V-M-I graduates, General Peay points out the school was part of his life before he became a cadet.
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[SOT 54:30]
[IN Q=And so the chance]

((GEN. BINFORD PEAY/VMI'S NEW SUPERINTENDENT; AND SO THE CHANCE TO COME BACK TO AND JOIN AN INSTITUTION THAT'S HAD SUCH A BLUEPRINT ON YOUR LIFE IS A VERY VERY IMPORTANT THING. PAM AND I LOOK FORWARD TO DOING IT VERY MUCH.))
[SUPER=01-Gen. Binford Peay/VMI's New Superintendent]
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[OUT Q= doing it very much]
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[VO-NAT]

Peay and his wife will move to Lexington next June. General Robert Green will serve as acting superintendent in the meantime.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[WRITER=dse]
[NEWSCAST=11]
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Most of us would be happy winning just once.
Still ahead on News 7, meet a couple whos hit the jackpot twice with the Virginia Lottery.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus Bobby Brown gets some back-up in court....
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[Commercial]

[Bobby-Brown]


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She's not Tammy Wynette, but Whitney Houston is standing by her man.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Decatur, GA;]


The singer showed up at court by her husband Bobby Brown's side-
Brown skipped a 1997 hearing on D-U-I charges.
Now his attorney's argued too much time has passed for witnesses to clearly remember.
But a judge today refused to dismiss the charges and set a January trial date.
Brown was arrested earlier this month in Atlanta for allegedly speeding and possessing marijuana.
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[CSI-Reality]


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How do the stars of CSI Miami get all the technical lingo right?
The staff sometimes go behind the scenes at a real C-S-I unit-
One place they visited- the Miami crime lab- but is it really like the TV show?
Chris Lawrence finds out.
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[SUPER=03-Miami, FL; :00]
[SUPER=01-Lisbeth Colon/Criminalist; :28]
[SUPER=01-Jess Galan/Criminalist; :39]
[SUPER=01-Bud Stuver/Forensic Biology Division; 1:03]
[SUPER=@Lawrence2; 1:08]
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[OUT Q=CBS News.]

(( The teams investigate everything from homicides to holdups. The encryption is in blood on dark wood. Back at the lab, each department examines the evidence. But if you re expecting an office full of older men, it doesn t exist anymore. LISBETH COLON/CRIMINALIST IF YOU LOOK AROUND HERE, WE RE ALL MOSTLY YOUNG WOMEN. And like Lisbeth Colon, just a few years out of school. They say the show s investigators got the science right. But get results way too fast. COLON:PEOPLE EXPECT THAT FROM US, ACTUALLY. LIKE, CAN T YOU DO IT IN A COUPLE OF HOURS? HA-HA! NO! And unlike the show, most analysts are back in the lab not knocking down doors. JESS GALAN/CRIMINALIST: CHASING CRIMINALS IS UP TO THE UNIFORMED OFFICERS AND THE DETECTIVES. I USED TO CHASE EVIDENCE. Jess Galan has been at it for 20 years. But all of a sudden friends think he s cool. GALAN: THEY SAY, OH I SAW SOMETHING ON CSI LAST WEEK. HOW ABOUT THIS OR THAT? IS IT TRUE? DNA experts can remember when no one knew what they did. Now they see jurors nodding their heads during testimony. BUD STUVER/FORENSICE BIOLOGY DIVISION: The general public who watch these programs ultimately end up being your jury pool of people. And that may be bridging the gap between Hollywood and the real CSI Miami. Chris Lawrence CBS News.))

[S-Extra]


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[WRITER=mst]
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Hoops highlights tonight featuring UVa, VMI and Duke. Plus, Florida State kicks its quarterback of the team. And Steve Mason checks in from Charlottesville as the Tech-UVa week is on. But first tonight's Extra Point -
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]

Starting defensive tackle Kevin Lewis is definitely out for Saturday and for the rest of the season. He has opted for surgery to repair his torn pectoral muscle. He's even questionable for spring practice. However, head athletic trainer Mike Goforth says DeAngelo Hall's back has responded well to treatment and he is now listed as PROBABLE for the UVa.
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[S-VMI]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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[GRAPHIC=VMI HOOPS]

We begin this segment with the VMI basketball team that was on the road in Knoxville taking on the University of Tennessee Vols.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Knoxville, TN/Fox SportsSouth; ;00]

VMI knew it would need a huge night from Jason Conley to compete and while Conley did score a game high 25 points on a variety of shots - he was a microcosm of the VMI offense. Conley was just 8 of 23 and as a team the Keydets shot 28 percent. Conversely, the Vols shot 50 percent as a team as 4 hit in double
[SUPER=33-VMI/56/Tennessee/88;]

figures and 13 different Tennessee players scored. The Keydets lose it 88-to-56 and fall to one and one on the season.
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[S-Gillen]


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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-125 ]
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The Virginia men got another win and a history lesson yesterday afternoon as they played Chaminade on the 20th anniversary of the biggest upset in college hoops' history.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-1982;]

Twenty years ago, the number one ranked Cavs with Ralph Sampson, Jimmy Miller, Rick Carlisle and Ricky Stokes to mention a few were beaten by the NAIA school just two days before Christmas.
[SUPER=03-Maui, Hawaii/ESPN; :00]

Yesterday afternoon Ralph was in attendance to make sure there was no repeat performance. UVa's Jason Clark takes the ball to the rack with the hanging reverse layin. UVa led the game at the half. Pete Gillin broke the huddle to start the final 20 minutes, but not long after that big man Travis Watson picked up his 4th foul with over 18 minutes to play. The Silverswords took advantage of his absence and the steal and fastbreak will result in a 45-to-44 Chaminade lead. But Watson got off the mat and the bench to lead the Cavs back. He comes in and blows the game open with a menagerie of plays.
[SUPER=33-Virginia/86/Chaminade/72;]

Watson scores 16 and had 14 rebounds, Elton Brown adds a career high 22 as Pete Gillen's team improves to 2 and 0 with the 86 to 72 win.
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[S-Duke]


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The Duke Blue Devils improved their record to 2-and-0 tonight with a 95 to 80 win over a stubborn Davidson team.


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Durham, NC/espn2; :00]

Last year Davidson knocked off North Carolina and last night behind the play of Ruckersville native Ian Johnson, who played at Oak Hill, Davidson was within six with a couple of minutes to play. JJ Redick had another strong effort for the Blue Devils. JJ with the rebound and the nice outlet pass to fellow freshman Sean Dockery as the Blue Devils score on the break. In the opening half JJ gets set on the right wing off the break and he will bury the three pointer.
[SUPER=33-Duke/95/Davidson/80;]

In all he finished with ____ points including a four point play. Duke wins by 15 and JJ scores ____.
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[S-FSU]


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The quarterback of the ACC's regular season champion Florida State Seminoles was kicked off the team last night.

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Tallahassee, FL; :00]

Neither the school nor head coach Bobby Bowden would disclose why he was kicked off, but several reports out of Tallahassee indicate that he was questioned in the theft and forgery of a blank check. With McPherson out - Chris Rix returns as the Noles' starting quarterback.
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[SUPER=01-Bobby Bowden/FSU Head Coach; :12]
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[OUT Q=...DARN DISAPOINTING."]
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[ANCHOR=mike]
[graphic=acc]

At this time - McPherson has not been charged and the Tallahassee police department says it will not comment on the case until someone is formally charged.

[S-UVA]


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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-124 2:02:22]
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The 8 and 4 Virginia Cavaliers will try and beat their fourth ranked opponent of the season this Saturday in Blacksburg when the Wahoos take on Virginia Tech. Steve Mason talked with the Cavs today Charlottesville.
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[SOT]
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Saturday; :00]
[SUPER=01-Al Groh/UVa Head Football Coach; :18]
[SUPER=04-VT vs. UVa - Last Year; :34]
[SUPER=01-Elton Brown/UVa Offensive Guard; :40]
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[Richmond-Lotto]


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They say lightning doesn't strike twice.
But the Virginia Lottery has for one couple.
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[VO-NAT]
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Edith and Buck Shinault won nearly ten million in the Lottery back in April of 1991, something most would consider a once in a lifetime opportunity.
But today, the couple was back at lottery headquarters to claim one of the top prizes in the thousand-dollars per week Win for Life scratch game.
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[IN Q=I scratched]

((CLYDE "BUCK" SHINAULT/2 TIME LOTTERY WINNER; I SCRATCHED OFF ONE AND SAID HEY, I WON FIVE DOLLARS. SO I SCRATCHED OFF TWO MORE AND SAID WELL THESE DIDN'T WIN SO I'LL THROW THESE IN THE TRASH CAN. THEN SHE JUST SAYS WHOOPEE!))
[SUPER=01-Clyde "Buck" Shinault/2 Time Lottery Winner]
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[OUT Q=just says Whoopee!]
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[VO-NAT]


Buck says winning a multi-million dollar jackpot didn't change them the first time. But it has allowed the couple to retire early and travel extensively. (------------)