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[VO-NAT]
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[SUPER=@Marya1;]
[SUPER=@Brent1;]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... The Music for Americans celebration in Roanoke went to the beat of a different drummer this year.
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And Lance Armstrong hopes to keep his winning streak alive in this year's Tour de France. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Russia-Blast]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=SatAM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=none]

At least ten people have been killed in a series of explosions near a rock festival on the outskirts of Moscow.
Russian news reports say the blasts occurred when police stopped a woman who detonated an explosive-packed belt. Officials say it terrorism.



[Iraq]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=sat. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Iraq Casualties]


Another morning has started out violently in Iraq.
Several Iraqis, believed to be police recruits, were killed in a bomb blast outside a police training center near Baghdad.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;]


The Fourth of July started out with violence as well.
A U-S soldier was killed by a sniper's bullet and 18 were wounded in a mortar attack at a base north of the capital.
But troops managed to celebrate the holiday with barbecue and a celebrity visit.
Arnold Schwarzenegger joined them for a screening of his latest Terminator movie.
He told soldiers he may PLAY the terminator, but that they're the TRUE terminators.
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[Mosque-Attack]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=sat. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
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Authorities now say 47 people died in an attack on a Shiite Muslim mosque yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Quetta, Pakistan;]


Witnesses say four attackers were involved in the massacre.
There were about 2-thousand people praying in the mosque when they entered.
Witnesses say three attackers fired on the worshippers and threw grenades, while another blew himself up.
No one's claimed responsibility, but Shiite Muslims are blaming Pakistan's president for not doing enough to protect them.
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[NM-Jailbreak]


[ANCHOR=marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Authorities in New Mexico are trying to figure out why a jailbreak went unreported for several hours.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Gallup, NM;]


Four inmates escaped yesterday.
Two were captured, but two of them are still on the loose.
One is a murder suspect.
The inmates escaped by leaping three floors from the jail's rooftop exercise enclosure.
Law enforcement officials only learned of the jailbreak when one of the inmates showed up at a local hospital seeking treatment for injuries from his escape.
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[11Music-Americans]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=myr]
[TAPE#=03-22 TC-59:16]
[GRAPHIC=4th of July]

Music for Americans entertained tens of thousands of people by adding a new twist to the usual celebration. And as Myranda Stevens tells us, there were a few surprises as well.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=it's not called]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jan Wilkins/Event Producer; :27]
[SUPER=01-Duane Howard/Citizens for a Sensible Stadium; :55]
[SUPER=01-Ann Emick/Supporters of Stephen Emick; 1:04]
[SUPER=@Myranda2; 1:34]
[RUNS=1:40]
[OUT Q=news 7, Roanoke]

((It's not called Music for Americans for nothing. But unlike the traditional patriotic tunes, this year's celebration included songs for every generation, from Elvis Presley to Christina Aguilera.
[SOT 5238]
[RUNS= 11]

((I'VE TALKED TO A LOT OF YOUNG PEOPLE WHO TELL ME THIS SHOW IS SO COOL NOW. 42 WE LOVE IT AND YET THOSE DIE-HARD PATRIOTIC TYPES THINKS THE BALANCE THAT WE HAD WAS ALSO VERY NICE FOR ALL GENERATIONS 49)) [NATS OF PETITIONERS] Something else new this year...no political campaigning. Petitioners for Save Victory Stadium and supporters for political candidate Stephen Emick quickly found that out as they were escorted off the property just before the show began.
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((DUANE HOWARD/CITIZENS FOR A SENSIBLE STADIUM: EVERY FOURTH OF JULY AT VICTORY STADIUM YOU ALWAYS SEE CAMPAIGNERS. IT'S LIKE APPLE PIE AND CHEVROLET, AMERICANA 38))
[SOT 5824]
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((ANN EMICK/SUPPORTERS FOR STEPHEN EMICK: IT'S ALWAYS BEEN ALRIGHT. I MEAN I'VE SEEN POLITICIANS HERE IN YEARS PAST, I GREW UP IN ROANOKE AND WE'VE SEEN POLITICIANS INSIDE THE STADIUM AND SPEAK TO PEOPLE AND PASS OUT PAMPHLETS AND I DON'T SEE WHAT THE REASON WAS THIS YEAR 37)) The reason...event producer Jan Wilkins says...was that it just wasn't the time or the place.
[SOT 5340]
[RUNS= 10]

((WE FELT THAT IT WAS INAPPROPRIATE FOR THEM TO COME UNANNOUNCED AT LEAST, AND SIT DOWN AT OUR ENTRY WAYS EVEN THOUGH THERE CAUSE MAY BE NOBLE IT'S NOT THE CAUSE IT WAS THE WAY IT WAS HANDLED 50)) While the incident sparked a few fireworks of its own, it was the real fireworks display that stole the show. [NATS OF FIREWORKS] Myranda Stephens, News 7, Roanoke. ))

[11Concord-Parade]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=03-18 2:00:00]
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Few things are more American than a parade on the Fourth of July.. and in Campbell County, they know how to throw one.
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[SOT ]
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[SUPER=03-Campbell Co.]


Hundreds of people lined Route 24 in Concord for the annual Ruritan Fourth of July parade.
Young and old alike were treated to a lineup that included emergency vehicles, motorcycles, band music.. and even a patriotic animal or two.
In fact, just about everyone had a splash of red, white and blue on them.. many said they felt it was important to display their patriotism after this year's war in Iraq.
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[Beckley-Mine]


[ANCHOR=Brent]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=Time Off]
[GRAPHIC=Time Off Fs Wx Mon]

There is a place in West Virginia where the sun never shines, the earth never dries and the stories never end. In this week's Time Off, Shannon Young has the dirt on the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Jim Bilbrey spends a good chunk of his life underground...]
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[SUPER=01-Jim Bilbrey/Tour Guide; :10]
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[RUNS:03] Jim Bilbrey spends a good chunk of his life underground. He's been in and around coal mines for 38-years.
[SOT 24:12-24:19]
[IN Q=Underground to me is no more...]

((JIM BILBREY/COAL MINE TOUR GUIDE: UNDERGROUND TO ME IS NO MORE THAN GOING IN MY HOUSE. I DON'T MIND BEING UNDERGROUND A BIT.)) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=underground a bit.]

Bilbrey is a tour guide at the Exhibition Coal Mine in Beckley, West Virginia. He and other guides, who share more than one hundred years of mining experience, routinely cart visitors 200 feet under the mountain. There they explain the process and the dangers of shoveling coal.
[SOT 36:26-36:34]
[IN Q=The flame is still the same...]

((JIM BILBREY: THE FLAME IS STILL THE SAME SIZE. THAT SIMPLY MEANS YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY METHANE SO YOU'RE NOT GONNA GET BLOWED UP TODAY.)) [RUNS:08]
[OUT Q=not gonna get blowed up today.]

The Beckley Mine operated for 20-years at the turn of the century. Nobody's quite sure why it was sealed in 1910. What they do know is that at 20-cents a ton, miners' pay was dependent on a strong back and skill with a shovel.
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[IN Q=You push it in the coal good and deep...]

((JIM BILBREY: YOU PUSH IT IN THE COAL GOOD AND DEEP AND WHEN YOU PICK IT UP YOU'VE GOT SOMEWHERE CLOSE TO 40 TO 50 POUNDS OF COAL AT A SCOOP.)) [RUNS40 to 50 pounds of coal at a scoop.] With tours running less than an hour, Bilbrey can only hope to...
[SOT 40:20 - 40:22]

[RUNS:02 ] ...shed a little light on the business that's colored much of his life. But it's enough for visitors to unearth the secret of why he keeps coming back.
[SOT 22:51-22:54]
[IN Q=It's like this...]

((JIM BILBREY/COAL MINE TOUR GUIDE: IT'S LIKE THIS IS HOME.)) [RUNS:03]
[OUT Q=this is home.]

Shannon Young, News 7, Beckley, West Virginia.))(++++++++)
[anchor=brent AT ANCHOR DESK]

[take webaddress fs]
For more information about the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine log onto our website at wdbj7 dot com and click on News 7 Saturday and Sunday Morning.
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[VO-NAT]
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Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning...... Sultry singing sensation Barry White has passed away. We'll take a look back on his 30-year career.
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And a Radford woman celebrates the nation's independence AND her 105th birthday.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[Barry-White]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
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Barry White is being remembered as a true master.
The velvet-voiced R and B singer died yesterday after a year-long struggle with kidney failure.
Don Correa has more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=nats: MUSIC]
[SUPER=01-Barry White/File Tape; :21]
[SUPER=01-Enrique Correa/Reporting; 2:03]
[RUNS=2:25]
[OUT Q=FOR CBS NEWS.]
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HE WAS KNOWN FOR HIS LUSH BARITONE AND HIS SONGS THAT OOZED SEX APPEAL.....

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1:00:32
"TRUE LOVE MAKES A PERSON SHARING MAKES EM CARING, MAKES YOU WANT TO HELP YOUR FELLOW PERSON WOMAN OR MAN MAKES NO DIFFERENCE LOVE IS A GREAT THING."

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BARRY WHITE WAS BORN IN 1944 IN GALVESTON TEXAS, TO A SINGLE MOTHER. WHITE SPENT MOST OF HIS CHILDHOOD IN LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA AND BEGAN SINGING AT A BAPTIST CHURCH AT THE AGE OF 8.
WHEN WHITE TURNED 14 HIS VOICE CHANGED AND HIS CARRER AS A SINGER TOOK A NEW PATH.

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1:02:09
"I AM VERY FORTUNATE, THERE ARE MANY MEN WITH LOW VOICES BUT SO FAR THERE'S ONLY ONE BARRY WHITE ON RECORD, SO MAKING MUSIC WITH THAT VOICE HAS BECOME A TRADEMARK IF YOU WILL FOR BARRY WHITE."

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BARRY WHITE'S CAREER HAS SPANNED THREE DECADES, BUT REACHED ITS PEAK IN THE EARLY 70'S. MANY CREDITED HIM WITH LAUNCHING THE DISCO ERA...
WHITE AND THE LOVE UNLIMITED ORCHESTRA MARRIED DISCO AND ROMANCE WITH "LOVE'S THEME" , "CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF YOUR LOVE" AND "YOU'RE THE FIRST, THE LAST MY EVERYTHING"

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WHITE FINALLY RECEIVED THE RECOGNITION HE DESERVED IN 2000 WHEN HE WON HIS FIRST TWO GRAMMY'S FOR THE SONG "STAYING POWER".

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THE HEALTH OF THE LEGENDARY "ICON OF LOVE" DETERIORATED LAST MAY WHEN WHITE SUFFERED A STROKE WHICH IMPAIRED HIS SPEECH AND THE RIGHT SIDE OF HIS BODY.
BARRY ALSO SUFFERED FROM KIDNEY FAILURE FROM YEARS OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AND WAS WAITING FOR A KIDNEY TRANSPLANT .

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WHITES IS SURVIVED BY EIGHT CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN AND HIS COMPANION CATHERINE DENTON.

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1:00:32
"LOVE IS A VERY POWERFUL EMOTION"

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IN NEW YORK CITY ENRIQUE CORREA CBS NEWS.))

[11Poplar-Forest]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=03-17 1:20:19]
[GRAPHIC=July 4th]


One of the MEN most responsible for why we have a Fourth of July to celebrate spent a good portion of his time in central Virginia.
At Poplar Forest, thousands of people turned out to learn more about Thomas Jefferson and his contributions to our country.
Steve Smallshaw brings us the sights and sounds of yesterday's celebration.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=natsot ]
[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Karen Sherbin/Poplar Forest; :25]
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((HAVE A FLAG WHILE YOU DECIDE WHERE TO GO. ALL RIGHT, THANK YOU.))
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[SOT 11:52:28]

((I WANT TO WELCOME YOU TO THOMAS JEFFERSON'S POPLAR FOREST. OF COURSE, MR. JEFFERSON WAS THE DRAFTER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE SO YOU'RE IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME ON THE RIGHT DAY.))
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[OUT Q=the right day.]
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((KAREN SHERBIN/POPLAR FOREST: THIS IS A WONDERFUL WAY TO REALLY CELEBRATE AMERICA. IT GIVES PEOPLE AN IDEA OF WHY WE HAVE THIS COUNTRY TO BEGIN WITH. THOMAS JEFFERSON AND ALL THE OTHER PEOPLE WHO SWORE ALLEGIANCE TO FREEDOM AND THEY WORKED VERY HARD AT IT TO FORM A NEW COUNTRY WHICH WE'RE ALL BENEFITTING FROM TODAY.))
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[OUT Q=from today.]
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((SHERBIN: THIS YEAR'S ALSO VERY SPECIAL BECAUSE WE'RE CELEBRATING THE 200TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION. SO WE HAVE SOME WONDERFUL LIVING HISTORY INTERPRETERS HERE TO HELP BRING ALIVE THE STORY OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION, WHICH REALLY BEGAN BECAUSE OF THE VISION OF JEFFERSON WHO WANTED TO EXPAND DEMOCRACY ACROSS THE NORTH AMERICAN CONTINENT.))
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[OUT Q=Clark expedition.]
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[SOT 11:57:11]

((THEY COULD MAKE ANYWHERE FROM 60 TO 100 NAILS AN HOUR OF VARIOUS SHAPES, SIZES AND TYPES.))
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((AS IT TURNED OUT, THEY DID HAVE ONE FATALITY.. ONE GUY DIED OF APPENDICITIS.))
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((SHERBIN: IT'S A SPECIAL HOOK TO BRING PEOPLE TO POPLAR FOREST. A LOT OF TIMES WHEN YOU HAVE A NATIONAL TREASURE IN YOUR OWN BACK YARD YOU TEND TO FORGET. BUT THIS IS A GOOD WAY TO REMIND PEOPLE WE'RE HERE. SO THERE'S A LOT HERE AND THE FOURTH OF JULY IS ONE OF THE BEST DAYS TO FIND THAT OUT.))
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[OUT Q=to find that out.]
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=myr]
[TAPE#=03-20 TC-57:32]
[GRAPHIC=4th of July]


A Christiansburg man is showing his patriotism in his yard this holiday weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Christiansburg;]

John Harmon retired from the Army in 1973 after serving for more than 21-years. But he's now traded in his military skills for woodcarving. Harmon says it took him about a week to make these servicemen statues, which will be added to his vast collection of other carvings.
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[SOT 6:19]
[IN Q=well i just]

((JOHN HARMON/RETIRED SOLDIER: WELL I JUST SAW IT IN THE BOOK AND I'M RETIRED SO IT GIVES ME SOMETHING TO DO 624))
[SUPER=01-John Harmon/Retired Soldier;]
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[OUT Q=something to do]
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[VO-NAT]

Harmon picked up his hobby two years ago...he says he has no idea how many carvings are in his collection.
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[11Ferrell]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=myr]
[TAPE#=03-19 TC-1:02:00]
[GRAPHIC=4th of July]

While the nation is celebrating 227 years of existence, one Radford woman celebrated her own 105 years. Myranda Stephens has her secret to staying young at heart.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=it's one thing]
[SUPER=03-Radford; :00]
[SUPER=01-Stella Ferrell/Turned 105 Yesterday; :21]
[SUPER=01-Alma Shelburne/Ferrell's 83-Year-Old Daughter; 1:04]
[SUPER=@Myranda2; 1:13]
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((It's one thing to live to be a century old,
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[RUNS05] ((REPORTER: HOW DO YOU STAY LOOKING SO GOOD? STELLA FERRELL: I DON'T KNOW THAT.)) but try adding on another five years. For Stella Ferrell the secret is in her green thumb.
[SOT 55:25]

[RUNS12] ((VOICE OF STELLA'S GRANDDAUGHTER: GRANDMA? WHAT IS YOUR SECRET TO LIVING SO LONG?. STELLA: (LAUGHS) BEING OUTDOORS. WORKING.)) Stella grew up in Radford and graduated from R-U in 1917. To this day, she proudly wears her class ring. After college, Stella worked at a bank in Riner, but was let go when the man she replaced returned from the war.
[SOT 55:51]

[RUNS13] ((FIRST WORLD WAR THEY TOOK ALL THEM BOYS AWAY AND PUT ME IN THE BANKS.)) Stella and her husband John later had three children. Alma, the oldest surviving child, says she has always tried to follow in her mom's footsteps.
[SOT 1:40]

[RUNS08] ((SHE ALWAYS LIVED A GOOD CHRISTIAN LIFE THAT'S THE MAIN THING. AND SHE WAS GOOD TO HER CHILDREN 148)) Who in turn gave Stella five grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren. Afterall, working in the garden is just one of the things that's kept her going. Myranda Stephens, News 7, Radford.))
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT] Judges aren't the only ones who get to rate cats at the show this weekend - you can pick your favorite furry friend and maybe even take him home. We'll explain a little later -
[ANCHOR=Brent]

But first
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[VO-NAT]

She's back -as bubbly and blonde as ever and now she's ready take on Capitol Hill. We'll have more in this weeks movie review
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[Lotto] [Break]

[Biz-Review]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=rca]
[TAPE#=Biz Review 11-02 TC 44:10]
[GRAPHIC=Business Review]

The picket line gets longer and a new kind of passport in Virginia. News 7's Rachel Cannon has those stories in this week's Business Review.
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[IN Q=MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :05]
[SUPER=01-Jeff Moran/Union Executive Board Member; :19]
[SUPER=03-Richmond; :31]
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(( [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS] This week review....
[TAPE#=502-12 1:38:15]

I-T-T Night Vision employees continue to strike. Now in its second week, workers want better health and pension rates. They also want to eliminate mandatory overtime.
Talks with the company are at a standstill.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=WE'RE HERE]

((JEFF MORAN/UNION EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER; WE'RE HERE TO GET A CONTRACT OK WE'RE HERE TO GET AN AGREEMENT WELL STAY AS LONG AS IT TAKES TO GET THAT. AS LONG AS THE COMPANY IS WILLING TO TALK WE'LL BE WILLING TO TALK.))
[OUT Q=TO TALK.]

ITT says it will not discuss contract details publicly. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=502-12 1:39:45]

Attorney General Jerry Kilgore has a new weapon to fight identity theft. He's introducing a state passport card for victims of the crime. It can shield them from being arrested for crimes committed by someone else using their identity. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS] [ran on thursday 7/3 not sure tape number at writing] Wal-Mart is now including gay workers under its anti discrimination policy. The decision doesn't affect benefits but sexual orientation will be added to the company's diversity awareness training. Wal-Mart is world's largest retailer is also the nation's largest private employer. For News 7, I'm Rachel Cannon and that's this week's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]))

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[Profile-Preview]


[ANCHOR=Brent]
[NEWSCAST=Sat. AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=Profile]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Covington is home to a unique baseball team that has high hopes.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Covington;]

The Covington Lumberjacks is playing its third ever season in the Shenandoah Valley League. The team play 40 games over a two month span. The league is unique because all of the players are in college, trying to get a little work in the off-season. And to make it easier on the players, residents in Covington open up their doors, and host a player or two in their homes.
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[SOT - 20:32:54]
[IN Q=Some host families...]
[SUPER=01-Jason Helmintoller/Lumberjacks Co-Owner;]
[RUNS=16]
[OUT Q=a place for them to stay.]
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[TAKE PROFILE PROMO BOARD FS #9156]

We'll have more on the Lumberjacks in our Virginia Profile, on News 7 Sunday Morning beginning at 8. (+++++++)