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Coming up on News 7--

The head of Virginia's Republican Party is calling it quits, after pleading guilty to his role in the G-O-P eavesdropping scandal.
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And a pair of suicide bombings today in the Middle East leaves four people dead and nearly a dozen others injured.


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[Thomson]


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The investigation into GOP eavesdropping claims another casualty. Gary Thomson is stepping down as Chairman of the Republican Party of VA
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[VO] Earlier today, Thomson pled guilty to a misdeamnor charge of aiding and abetting unauthorized publication of a wire communication. He was sentenced to two years probation and a two thousand dollar fine. In a statement, Thomson said the charge does not disqualify him from serving as GOP chairman but that he believes his resignation is in the best interest ofthe party. Ed Matricardi, the former director of the state's Republican Party pleaded guilty to listening in on Democratic conference calls in March of 2002.
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[Verizon]


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After a three day break, Verizon and its union are talking again.
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Government mediators called for the hiatus after the company presented new proposals about job security. The Communication Workers of America say that and benefits continue to be their main concerns. Local President Guy Angell (Angel) says since negotiations resumed at ten this morning, there's been "some movement" but that the two sides are nowhere close to reaching an agreement. Workers are prepared to walk off the job and strike at any moment. Verizon says, in that case, management would pick up the slack.
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[Mideast-Bombings]


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After weeks of little violence in the Middle East, two suicide bombings today in Israel have killed at least four people, including the bombers.
As Teri Okita tells us, the renewed violence has created a major obstacle on the roadmap to peace.
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[SUPER=03-Rosh Haayin, Israel;]
[SUPER=01-Saeb Erekat/Senior Palestinian Official;]
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[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/CBS News;]
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TRACK: THE FIRST SUICIDE BOMB RIPPED THROUGH A GROCERY STORE IN A CROWDED SHOPPING MALL...NEAR TEL AVIV...KILLING ONE BYSTANDER. THE MILITANT GROUP AL AQSA MARTYRS BRIGADE HAS CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ATTACK.

(SUPER: Saeb Erekat/Senior Palestinian Official)
SOT: The Palestiniant leadership...or Palestinian.


TRACK: THE SECOND ATTACK CAME LESS THAN AN HOUR LATER...WHEN A SUICIDE BOMBER KILLED ONE OTHER PERSON NEAR A GAS STATION I THE WEST BANK. THE ISLAMIC MILITANT GROUP, HAMAS, SAID IT CAUSED THAT ATTACK.
IN BOTH BOMBINGS, THE GROUPS SAID THEY WERE TAKING REVENGE FOR ISRAEL'S KILLING OF FOUR PALESTINIANS IN A RAID IN THE WEST BANK LAST WEEK
TRACK: TODAY'S VIOLENCE ENDED A MONTH-AND-A-HALF OF RELATIVE CALM AND LEFT IN QUESTION A CEASEIRE BETWEEN ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS.
ISRAEL RESPONDED TO THE BOMBINGS BY DELAYING THE RELEASE OF ABOUT 75-PALESTINIAN PRISONERS..PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON SAYING, "IN CASE THE PALESTINIANS WILL NOT DO THEIR PART, IT WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE TO ADVANCE THE PROCESS."
TRACK: AT THE SAME TIME, PALESTINIAN LEADERS COMPLAINED OF CONTINUED ISRAELI ARMY RAIDS IN PALESTINIAN CITIES, WHIHC THEY BELIEVE, PROVOKE MORE BLOODSHED.
ISRAELIS SAY PALESTINIANS AREN'T DOING ENOUGH TO CURB MILITANT VIOLENCE.

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: And now, leaders are turning to the U-S for help ... calling on the Bush administration to intervene again and get the roadmap to peace back on track. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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U-S officials confirm both Americans on board a military transport plane died today, when the plane went down near Seoul, South Korea.
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Authorities say there were no casualties on the ground.
The 10- seat turbo-prop plane was on a maintenance test flight when it crashed into a rice paddy.
Authorities aren't yet saying what caused the crash.
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Violence and hunger continue plaguing Liberia, a day after President Charles Taylor left the country.
Witnesses say a rebel faction is marching toward the government-controlled airport in Monrovia, killing civilians along the way.
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Meanwhile, Taylor has begun his exile in Nigeria.
He arrived there yesterday to a muted reception from officials and hostility from human rights activists.
Nigeria offered Taylor asylum to bring an end to 14 years of almost non- stop war in Liberia.
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A convicted crack addict will spend the rest of his life in prison for killing the 89-year old night manager at Shenandoah Homes last year.
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Danny Rae Taylor has said he didn't mean to kill the woman. But the fact that he was IN the assisted living center when he shouldn't have been AND that he sexually assaulted Helen Cadd led to a plea agreement in the case. Taylor pled guilty yesterday afternoon to "felony murder" to avoid a possible death sentence.
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((RANDY LEACH/COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: OUR POSITION WAS YOU DON'T STRANGLE SOMEBODY BY ACCIDENT OR SMOTHER THEM. CHRIS KOWALCZUK/TAYLOR'S ATTORNEY: THERE'S NO QUESTION HE CAUSED HER DEATH AND THERE'S NO QUESTION HE SEXUALLY ASSAULTED HER. BUT IF IT'S AN UNINTENTIONAL KILLING IN THE COMMISSION OF A FELONY THEN IT'S FELONY MURDER NOT CAPITAL MURDER.))
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Taylor was sentenced to life plus five years in prison.

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A virus- like computer infection spread rapidly overnight.
It's already impacting tens of thousands of home and business computers- causing them to re- start and launch an electronic attack against a Microsoft Web site.
Security experts say the infection, which exploits an unusually dangerous flaw in Windows software, isn't seriously disrupting Internet traffic, but it does pose that risk as it spreads.
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Coming up next, the state attorney general believes hair dressers could help fight domestic violence.
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Also we'll tell you where in Michigan you can find all things James Bond.
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The state attorney general wants to enlist cosmetologists and manicurists in the fight against domestic abuse.
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Attorney General Jerry Kilgore has announced the Cut Out Domestic Violence campaign.
The program will train salon professionals how to respond if they suspect their client is a victim of abuse.
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((ATTORNEY GENERAL JERRY KILGORE: WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WE'RE BUILDING AN AWARENESS CAMPAIGN SO INDIVIDUALS KNOW WHERE TO TURN. MARIAN ALDERSON/VA. BOARD OF BARBERS AND COSMETOLOGISTS: YOU SPEND MAYBE THREE HOURS WITH A HAIR STYLIST AND YOU BUILD A RELATIONSHIP SO WHO BETTER TO KNOW THAT SOMETHING IS GOING ON IN AN INDIVIDUAL'S LIFE THAN THE NAIL TECHNICIAN AND THE HAIR STYLIST.))
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Cut Out Domestic Violence is based on a national initiative.
Training sessions for salon professionals will begin in the fall.
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[Oliver-Hill]


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Even at 96 years of age, Oliver Hill is still able to captivate a crowd with his experiences and views on civil rights.
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Last night the Virginia civil rights lawyer brought his stories to Roanoke. Hill was honored this evening by "The Committee for Community Preservation". Hill helped dismantle legalized segregation in Virginia.
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He and his legal team filed scores of lawsuits during the civil rights era. One case was a precursor to the famous Brown versus Board of Education case in 1954. In 1999, Hill was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
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Fans of super spy James Bond need not venture to any secret location to get close to him--
That's because a new exhibit featuring all things Double-Oh-Seven is opening at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.
Maureen Maher takes us on a tour of the interactive exhibit that celebrates 40 years of James Bond.
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(( SCRIPT

(Sound Up James Bond OpenMontage Of Stills From James Bond Movies W/

Music Under) NARRATION:
IF YOU'RE A JAMES BOND FAN OR EVER WANTED TO LIVE THE LIFE OF THE DEBONAIR SUPER AGENT THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO STEP INTO THE HIGH TECH SPY WORLD OF BOND, JAMES BOND, THE EXHIBIT..

(Maureen registering to be a spy with Scott mallets at museum)

SCOTT MALLWITZ) Now you get to pick between-- trainee agent, general agent and super agent depending on what your confidence is and your sophistication and-- and knowledge of the program-- MAUREN MAHER: Well, I'd like to consider myself a super agent but let's just go with training agent. General. SCOTT MALLWITZ: General agent, okay. MAUREN MAHER: General agent.
(B-ROLL EXHBITBIT INTO CROCK PROP DISSOLVE TO SCENE OF BOND IN ALLIGATOR HEAD FROM "OCTOPUSSY")
NARRATION: AFTER I SIGNED UP AS A GENERAL AGENT, SCOTT MALLWITZ, THE MUSEUM'S DIRECTOR OF EXPERIENCE DESIGN , GAVE ME A PERSONAL TOUR THROUGH 40 YEARS OF DOZENS OF COOL PROPS AND GADGETS USED BY DOUBLE O-7.
MAUREEN MAHER: -And this was-- this floated and he was actually in it? SCOTT MALLWITZ: (O/C dissolve to shot of Roger Moore from Film in crock sub) Yeah, this floated. He was in it. He was actually not laying down in it the way that it-- shown in the film. But his head was in this area. Through this lens you could see his eyes and his forehead. And he actually walked on the bottom of a pool as this was kind of suspended on his shoulders. NARRATION: JAMES BOND MAY HAVE LOOKED LIKE HE WAS FLYING BY THE SEAT OF HIS PANTS, BUT RARELY SEEN BEFORE- ORIGINAL STORYBOARDS FROM MANY OF THE FILMS- DETAIL HOW EVERY SUPER-STUNT AND EXPLOSIVE SCENE WAS CAREFULLY CHOREOGRAPHED.
- SCOTT MALLWITZ: (DISSOLVE INTO VIDEO OF MOVIE FROM "OCTOPUSSY")
(IN PROGRESS)-- missile comes into the building, the reaction--
(UNINTEL) reaction from the people who will be-- you know, the villains

there. Close up of the missile, the impact and then a long shot of the building blowing up. -So, this particular sequence involved a number of different people and a number of different sets.
NARRATION: CROWDS AT THE MUSEUM ARE CROSSING BOTH GENERATION AND GENDER LINES, BUT WHAT'S THE APPEAL OF JAMES BOND AFTER 4 DECADES?

MARC GREUTHER:- Curator of Industry, The Henry Ford Well, there's a sort of potent combination going on there. All of it's to do with exotic locations, and a lot of glamour. There's the cars. There's the danger. It's escapist, to a degree.
WOMAN COMMENT- - "I love the action..I kind of like that part of it"
NARRATION: EVEN WITH THE ACTION AND THE BEST GADGETS "Q" COULD EVER COME UP WITH - WE ALL KNOW A BOND MOVIE ISN'T COMPLETE WITHOUT THE CARS, THE VILLAIN - THE GIRLS.!!!! BOND'S MODIFIED ASTON MARTIN FROM THE LAST FLICK, ODDJOB'S DEADLY BOWLER AND SOLITAIRE'S CRIMSON DRESS- ARE ALL PART OF THE MASSIVE DISPLAY.
MAUREN MAHER: Okay, these are the original pieces? SCOTT MALLWITZ: Original costumes-- from the films-- including the shoes which I find really great. 'Cause sometimes they're custom made and sometimes they're bought off the shelf. I believe these boots were custom-- to match this dress.
MAUREN MAHER: What do you estimate the value of this collection to be? Or can you? SCOTT MALLWITZ: You can't estimate this value. It's all one of a kind. 01:08:36
STAND-UP- MAUREEN MAHER:- Like the character himself, the appeal of the Bond films seems ageless. This show has been sold out every weekend since it opened in June. The museum says the exhibit has given spies of all ages a license to thrill.
(SOUND UP OF FEMALE FAN IN DESTRUCTION ROOM)


MAUREEN MAHER IN DEARBORN, MI.)
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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Florida residents witness something they don't see everyday , as a waterspout forms off the coast.
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Ten rising high school juniors are already getting started on their higher educations.
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The ten are students at William Fleming High School, selected to participate in the E-C-M-C scholars program.
The program will track their performance and help them prepare for college, as well as offer each a six thousand dollar scholarship.
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((TRISTAN GOMEZ/ECMC SCHOLAR: IT MEANS THAT SOMEONE OUT THERE WANTS TO HELP ME AND SEE ME SUCCEED, AND THAT MEANS A GREAT DEAL TO ME.)) ((DONNA KUEBLER/TRISTAN'S MOTHER: EVEN WITH A TWO PARENT FAMILY IT'S A STRUGGLE TO PUT CHILDREN THROUGH COLLEGE, SO THIS IS A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY FOR HIM THAT HE MAY OTHERWISE MIGHT NOT HAVE.))
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William Fleming is one of ten schools in Virginia selected for the program.
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A waterspout off the coast of Miami, Florida evolved into a tornado after it hit land this morning--
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The unusual spectacle was caught on tape.
It left behind some debris and standing water, but no major damage was reported.
Several funnel clouds were spotted in the South Florida area this morning.
The National Weather Service says conditions are right for more to develop later.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was DOWN eight points. The NASDAQ is UP four.

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Coming up next in Sports, the Cavaliers get some good news about a star running back.
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Plus the man who lead the Americans to a miracle on ice is killed in an automobile accident.
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The man who pulled together a group of U-S amateurs who went on to beat the best in the world of ice hockey has died.
Scott Rapoport takes a look back at the life of Herb Brooks, who was often called the "Miracle on Ice" man.
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(( PKG. SCRIPT:
Nat/Sot "Do you believe in miracles? Yes!"
HE WAS THE ARCHITECT OF THE MOST IMPROBABLE BLUE-PRINT IN SPORTS...
CONSTRUCTING A TEAM OF AMATURES THAT BEAT THE SEEMINGLY UNBEATABLE RUSSIAN HOCKEY MACHINE...AND WENT ON TO WIN OLYMPIC GOLD AT THE 1980 GAMES IN LAKE PLACID.
Nat/Sot "This impossible dream comes true!"
HERB BROOKS...THE COACH OF THAT TEAM... KNEW A THING OR TWO ABOUT DREAMS. HE WAS A HOCKEY HALL OF FAMER. EXTRAORDINARY MOTIVATOR. THE MAN WHO TOLD THIS GROUP OF RAG-TAG KIDS THEY COULD DO THE IMPOSSIBLE...
...WHEN NO ONE ELSE BELIEVED IT.
Nat/Sot Crash scene...
66 YEAR OLD HERB BROOKS WAS KILLED LAST NIGHT WHEN HIS MINI-VAN ROLLED
OVER ON A MINNESOTA ROADWAY. HE WAS THROWN OUT OF THE VEHICLE. HE

APPARENTLY WASN'T WEARING HIS SEAT BELT.

SOT: Police officer/"Wearing seat belt may still be alive."


TODAY THE HOCKEY WORLD IS SHATTERED. AND MOURNING. THOSE BABY FACED HERO'S FROM YESTER-YEAR...NOW FULL GROWN ADULTS...REMEMBERING THE MAN...AND HIS MOMENT.

(shot of Eruzione on the medal stand in 1980..to his sound bite today)
Sot: Eruzione "He was brilliant. I tell people he orchestrated the greatest sports moment of the Century."
BROOKS WENT ON TO PROFESSIONAL COACHING SUCCESS IN THE NHL. THEN RETURNED TO HIS OLYMPIC ROOTS ...COACHING THE U.S. HOCKEY TEAM TO A SILVER MEDAL IN THE 2002 GAMES. BUT HE WILL ALWAYS BE REMEBERED AS THE ARCHITECT OF THE 1980 MIRACLE ON ICE.
SCOTT RAPOPORT...CBS NEWS.
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The Virginia Tech Hokies have started their first full week of preseason workouts in full pads. And for the Tech freshmen, the learning curve is a quick one this year.
They've been forced to learn the Tech football system without the traditional freshman "grace period."
Head coach Frank Beamer says that is both beneficial and challenging.
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The Hokies open the season August 31st against Central Florida at Lane Stadium.

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UVA is preparing for its season opener at home August 30th against Duke. And the Cavs are relieved to hear running back Wali Lundy's reported injury last Friday turned out to be severe cramps.
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Lundy was back in practice yesterday, going full speed for the Cavaliers.
He suffered those severe cramps on Friday because of the heat.
He was taken off the field, but returned to practice on Saturday.
Lundy knows there are three other backs waiting in line to take his spot, but he likes that, because everyone gets along.
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[S-Fleming]


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High school teams are also preparing for the upcoming season.
At William Fleming, the Colonels are hoping to improve upon last year's 7 and 4 record.
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Coach Kevin Smith returns 12 starters from that club, including 6 on each side of the ball.
After just two days in pads, the head coach is pleased with what he's seen so far.
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The Colonels are battle- tested after several close games a year ago.
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