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[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
[SUPER=@Joy1;]
[SUPER=@Brent1;]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning.......
A website reveals how candidates handle their campaign finances.
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[SOT SAT. Wildfire tease]
[IN Q=A critical day]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=have that story coming up.]
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[CA-Wildfires]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Wildfires]


The Governor of California has called on all available firefighters to battle a wildfire in the southern part of the state.
As Jennifer Miller reports the fire has already burned several homes and threatens many more.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Firefighter battling the grand]
[SUPER=03-San Bernardino County, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Rancho Cucamonga, CA; :56]
[SUPER=01-Gov. Gray Davis/California; 1:11]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News; 1:18]
[RUNS=1:32]
[OUT Q=san bernadino county california]

((FIREFIGHTERS BATTLING THE GRAND PRIX FIRE NEAR LOS ANGELES ARE NOT ONLY CONCENTRATING ON THE FLAMES -- THEY'RE PAYING CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE WINDS. THEY KNOW THE HOT, DRY GUSTS WILL ULTIMATELY DETERMINE WHERE THIS BLAZE IS HEADED..

(nat - firefighters at night)


CARRYING ONLY HAND TOOLS, CREWS WORKED THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT -- TRYING TO CONTAIN THE FIRE.

(SOT: FIREFIGHTER)

"We really feel it's an opportunity to control the fire versus the fire controlling us."
AS THE FLAMES INCHED CLOSER TO COMMUNITIES IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, HELPLESS RESIDENTS WATCHED -- AND WAITED.

(MOS)

"You're watching something that's happening so fast in front of you. It's just uncontrollable."

(nat -- packing bags)


BUT MOST HOMEOWNERS CHOSE TO KEEP THEIR DISTANCE.

(MOS)

"We have to leave. Come on let's go."

(locator: RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA)

THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE OBEYED A MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDER -- NOT KNOWING IF THEIR HOUSE WOULD BE THERE WHEN THEY RETURNED.

(MOS)

"Kinda nervous, kinda scary. Real scary."
SOME FOLKS ARE STAYING AT TEMPORARY SHELTERS -- AND REFLECTING ON WHAT'S MOST IMPORTANT.

(MOS)

"I just took the kids and left. That was the main concern."
OUTGOING GOVERNOR, GRAY DAVIS, SAYS HIS MAIN CONCERN IS THAT THE FIREFIGHTERS GET ALL THE RESOURCES THEY NEED.

(SOT: GOV. GRAY DAVIS/CALIFORNIA)

"We're determined to do everything it takes to knock this fire down, to save structure, and to save lives."

(STANDUP)

THE ARSON FIRE HAS ALREADY BURNED MORE THAN 12-THOUSAND ACRES SINCE IT STARTED LAST TUESDAY ... AND IT'S JUST ONE OF SEVERAL WILDFIRES TO SCORCH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THIS WEEK. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.))



[Carroll-Plane]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=none]


State police will continue searching for a plane reported missing in Carroll County.
The sheriff's department received a call just after seven last night from the tower at the Roanoke Airport saying it had lost contact with a plane.
State police say there is no evidence a plane did in fact go down and they are not sure where

[Russian-Miners]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


After nearly two days trapped underground in a flooded mine shaft, all 46 Russian miners are found alive.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Shakhty, Russia]


The miners were about 26-hundred feet down when water leaked into a shaft above them, blocking their way to the surface. Rescue crews had to go about half a mile underground to free them.
Crews will now focus on trying to plug the leak.
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[Korea-Nuclear]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


North Korea says it will consider President Bush's plan to ease nuclear tensions but only under certain conditions.

Bush's plan would give the country written assurances that the U-S and four of its neighboring countries would not attack North Korea if it dismantled its nuclear program.
A spokesman for the North Korean Foreign Ministry says they will consider the offer if it's based on the intention of co-existing with the North and offers simultaneous actions.

[SF-Mayor]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


He was only supposed to keep eye on things while the elected mayor was away on a trip to Asia.
But when San Francisco Supervisor Chris Daly was put in charge he did more more than that.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-San Francisco, CA]


Daly secretly appointed two environmentalist to the city's Public Utilities Commission and swore them in. He even announced the appointments on official letterhead he had drawn up. When Mayor Willie Brown found out he cut his trip short and quickly returned to San Francisco. Brown accusing Daly of staging a coup.
In order for Brown to undo the appointments, he will have to persuade at least eight of San Francisco's eleven supervisors to reject them.
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[11VPAP]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=mmu]
[TAPE#=03-41 tc 34:54]
[GRAPHIC=none]


All 140 seats in the General Assembly are up for grabs this year. If you need a way to sort through all those candidates, one group says help is just a few clicks away.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


The Virginia Public Access Project is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that tracks the flow of money in state politics.
V-PAP distills thousands of pages of campaign finance disclosure reports into a user-friendly database.
Their website offers voters detailed information about campaign donations, spending and trends.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 12:16]
[IN Q=CAMPAIGN DONATIONS MAY CLUE]

((DAVID POOLE/VA PUBLIC ACCESS PROJECT: CAMPAIGN DONATIONS MAY CLUE YOU IN ON HOW BROAD SOMEONE'S SUPPORT IS OR IS IT PERHAPS JUST A COUPLE OF NARROW INTERESTS TRYING TO PROMOTE THIS PERSON AND PUT THEM IN OFFICE. I THINK THAT'S JUST ONE PIECE OF INFORMATION VOTERS CAN USE IF THEY HAVEN'T MADE UP THEIR MIND BY NOW.))
[SUPER=01-David Poole/Va. Public Access Project]
[RUNS=:16]
[OUT Q=HAVEN'T MADE UP THEIR MIND BY NOW.]
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[VO-NAT]


That website is V-P-A-P dot-org.
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[11Poplar-Forest]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=03-33 TC1:40:38]
[SS=None]


Some folks at Poplar Forest are really digging a lesson on 19th century life in Bedford County.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.]


October is Archaeology Month at Thomas Jefferson's retreat, and officials say they have a lot to celebrate.
A summer's worth of excavation has uncovered the remains of what may be an 1850's-era slave cabin.
Artifacts such as pottery, glass, bricks and even a 19th century eggshell have all come to light.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 13:35:45]
[IN Q=This area that]

((BARBARA HEATH/POPLAR FOREST ARCHAEOLOGIST: THIS AREA THAT WE'RE DIGGING NOW IS INCREDIBLY RICH AND AS YOU CAN SEE WE HAVE REALLY DEEP DEPOSITS SO JUST TO FIGURE OUT WHAT'S GOING ON HERE IS PROBABLY GOING TO TAKE US SEVERAL YEARS, AND THEN THE AREA AROUND THE HOUSE WE HAVE LOTS OF QUESTIONS ABOUT THAT WE HAVEN'T ANSWERED, SO YES, IT WILL BE A LONG-TERM PROJECT.))
[SUPER=01-Barbara Heath/Poplar Forest Archaeologist]
[RUNS=15]
[OUT Q=long term project.]
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[VO-NAT]


Heath says the site was likely a slave or overseer's cabin that was torn down before the Civil War.
There's also evidence of Jefferson-era buildings on the same site.
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[S-Qualify]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-153 TC11035]
[GRAPHIC=Nascar]


Qualifying for tomorrow's Bass Pro Shops 500 wasn't very dramatic as Ryan Newman cruised to his 9th pole of the season.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Hampton, GA/SPEED; :00]


Newman laid down a lap at 194.29 miles per hour. He'll start right next to Bobby Labonte on row one. Now here's a look at the complete starting grid.
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[GO TO QUALIFYING BOARDS]
[SUPER=#556]
[SUPER=X5013;]
[SUPER=0107-1. Ryan Newman/194.29/2. Bobby Labonte//3. Dale Earnahrdt, Jr.//4. Brian Vickers//5. Bill Elliott//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-6. Elliott Sadler//7. Todd Bodine//8. Joe Nemechek//9. Jimmie Johnson//10. Kevin Harvick//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-11. John Andretti//12. Kevin Lepage//13. Michael Waltrip//14. Casey Mears//15. Jeremy Mayfield/;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-16. Robby Gordon//17. Kurt Busch//18. Jamie McMurray//19. Jeff Gordon//20. Steve Park//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-21. Rusty Wallace//22. Jimmy Spencer//23. Derrike Cope//24. Tony Stewart//25. Kyle Petty//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-26. Ricky Craven//27. Greg Biffle//28. Kenny Wallace//29. Ward Burton//30. Johnny Benson//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-31. Dale Jarrett//32. Terry Labonte//33. Tony Raines//34. Hermie Sadler//35. Dave Blaney//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-36. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.//37. Matt Kenseth/Prov/38. Jeff Burton/Prov/39. Mark Martin/Prov/40. Sterling Marli

n/Prov/;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0107-41. Scott Wimmer/Prov/42. Ricky Rudd/Prov/43. Ken Schrader/Prov/;]
[RUNS=:45]

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[JOY ONE SHOT]
If you or a loved one is homebound and seriously ill or dying and need medical assistance --there is a new service coming to the area. [JOY/GUEST TWO SHOT]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Alice Inouye/Jubilee Housecalls]

It's called Jubilee Housecalls --and it offers more than just medical care... here to tell us more is Dr. Alice Inouye (In-A-Way).



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[TAKE 8705ESS FS]
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Don't go away. News 7 Saturday Morning will be right back.
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[Daylight-Savings]


[ANCHOR=Brent @ Wx center]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]

[ANCHOR TAG!!!!!!!]
But some people are quite "ticked" about all the clock changing.
Eric Philips explains.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Bonnie Wolloff/Dislikes Daylight Savings; :16]
[SUPER=01-Cornell Tincz/Owns Clock Shop; :28]
[SUPER=@file; :52]
[SUPER=01-Michael Crenshaw/GSU Physics-Astronomy Professor; 1:10]
[SUPER=01-Eric Philips/Reporting; 1:18]
[RUNS=1:24]
[OUT Q=News 7 Saturday morning]


(( BEAUTIFUL SUNLIGHT...MAN IS CONSTANTLY LOOKING FOR WAYS PRESERVE IT..INCLUDING LITERALLY CHANGING TIME TWICE A
YEAR. ---SOTI hate it because it's annoying. ---TRACK--- BONNIE WOLLOFF IS A STAUNCH OPPONENT OF THE SWITCHING B
ACK AND FORTH. ---SOT--- The only good thing I see about daylight saving time is when you get to go back an hour
and I'm an hour younger. ---NATS---LOUD BONG ---TRACK--- YOU CAN IMAGINE THE STRESS A CLOCK SHOP OWNER GOES THROU
GH AS DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME COMES TO AN END --SOT-- Monday and Tuesday next week, I'm sure people will call me because
many do not remember how is the right way to set it. ---TRACK--- SOME WOULD SAY WHOEVER THOUGHT OF DAYLIGHT SAVING
TIME MUST HAVE BEEN... nats -- COO, COO ---TRACK--- ACTUALLY THE IDEA OF DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME WAS FIRST CONCEI

VED BY BENJAMIN FRANKLIN IN THE 17-HUNDREDS. BUT IT WASN'T UNTIL WORLD WARS ONE AND TWO THAT IT WAS IMPLEMENTED IN THE UNITED STATES, TO SAVE FUEL BY REDUCING THE NEED FOR ARTIFICIAL LIGHT. ALTHOUGH NOT ALL STATES USE DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
TIME, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT STANDARDIZED =WHEN= TO CHANGE YOUR CLOCKS WITH THE UNIFORM TIME ACT IN 1966. --SOT-- I
t does save about one percent of our total energy expenditures and so it's still a practical thing to do. ---TRACK--

- REGARDLESS, SOME WISH THE TIME WOULD REMAIN THE SAME YEAR-ROUND. IN ATLANTA nats -- coo, coo I'M ERIC PHILIPS for News 7 Saturday Morning. ))

[ANCHOR=BRENT]
[SS=NONE]

Today, Approximately 70 countries use daylight saving time in at lease a portion of the country. In fact, the only major industrialized country not to is Japan.
[toss to bump] [Know-Bump]
[Take full screen bump] [Chyron 7155] Did You Know?

[COMM#4]



[2Open-Heads]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning......
Virginia Tech students learn an important lesson outside the classroom.

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[SOT SAT. Wildfire tease]
[IN Q=A critical day]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=have that story coming up.]
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[2-shot toss to hello]

[2-CA-Wildfires]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Wildfire]


A massive wildfire in California has already burned more than 12-thousand acres --and it's still closing in on several communities.
Jennifer Miller has details.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Firefighter battling the grand]
[SUPER=03-San Bernardino County, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Rancho Cucamonga, CA; :56]
[SUPER=01-Gov. Gray Davis/California; 1:11]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News; 1:18]
[RUNS=1:32]
[OUT Q=san bernadino county california]

((FIREFIGHTERS BATTLING THE GRAND PRIX FIRE NEAR LOS ANGELES ARE NOT ONLY CONCENTRATING ON THE FLAMES -- THEY'RE PAYING CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE WINDS. THEY KNOW THE HOT, DRY GUSTS WILL ULTIMATELY DETERMINE WHERE THIS BLAZE IS HEADED..

(nat - firefighters at night)


CARRYING ONLY HAND TOOLS, CREWS WORKED THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT -- TRYING TO CONTAIN THE FIRE.

(SOT: FIREFIGHTER)

"We really feel it's an opportunity to control the fire versus the fire controlling us."
AS THE FLAMES INCHED CLOSER TO COMMUNITIES IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, HELPLESS RESIDENTS WATCHED -- AND WAITED.

(MOS)

"You're watching something that's happening so fast in front of you. It's just uncontrollable."

(nat -- packing bags)


BUT MOST HOMEOWNERS CHOSE TO KEEP THEIR DISTANCE.

(MOS)

"We have to leave. Come on let's go."

(locator: RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA)

THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE OBEYED A MANDATORY EVACUATION ORDER -- NOT KNOWING IF THEIR HOUSE WOULD BE THERE WHEN THEY RETURNED.

(MOS)

"Kinda nervous, kinda scary. Real scary."
SOME FOLKS ARE STAYING AT TEMPORARY SHELTERS -- AND REFLECTING ON WHAT'S MOST IMPORTANT.

(MOS)

"I just took the kids and left. That was the main concern."
OUTGOING GOVERNOR, GRAY DAVIS, SAYS HIS MAIN CONCERN IS THAT THE FIREFIGHTERS GET ALL THE RESOURCES THEY NEED.

(SOT: GOV. GRAY DAVIS/CALIFORNIA)

"We're determined to do everything it takes to knock this fire down, to save structure, and to save lives."

(STANDUP)

THE ARSON FIRE HAS ALREADY BURNED MORE THAN 12-THOUSAND ACRES SINCE IT STARTED LAST TUESDAY ... AND IT'S JUST ONE OF SEVERAL WILDFIRES TO SCORCH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THIS WEEK. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.))



[11Fire-Demo]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=03-38 TC1:01:23]
[GRAPHIC=None]

Sparks were flying over a demonstration on the Virginia Tech campus. School officials set fire to a dorm room yesterday to teach students a lesson that could save their lives.
Jennifer Wishon has more
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Nats of students talking]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Kristen Smith/Virginia Tech Student; :08 QUICK!!! ]
[SUPER=01-Sandra Kulik/Fire Safety Engineer; :25 ]
[SUPER=@Jennifer2; :30 ]
[SUPER=01-Tim Owens/Virginia Tech Cadet; :58 ]
[SUPER=01-Ed Spencer/Student Affairs Vice-President; 1:11 ]
[RUNS=1:26]
[OUT Q=JW, News 7, Blacksburg.]

((((NATS OF STUDENTS TALKING TC 1:13:29)) Students peered through the window of a mock dorm room Friday that looked similar to their own.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 1:32:53]
[IN Q=I know that a lot]

((KRISTEN SMITH: I KNOW THAT A LOT OF THE STUFF THAT WAS IN THERE WAS PRETTY MUCH WHAT I HAD IN MY DORMS.)) [RUNS05]
[OUT Q=shouldn't do in there]

Stuff like pizza boxes and papers that a volunteer student ignited with a single match. ((NAT SOUND POP OF SMOKE DETECTOR)) Within seconds flames were visible through the windows and within minutes the room became a toxic death trap.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 1:44:34]
[IN Q=No one would have]

((SANDRA KULIK: NO ONE WOULD HAVE SURVIVED THAT FIRE HAD THEY BEEN IN THAT ROOM MORE THAN TWO OR THREE MINUTES.)) [RUNS05]
[OUT Q=two of three minutes]

That's why university officials are hoping the demonstration will encourage students to "get out and stay out" each time they hear a smoke detector go off in their residence halls.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 1:33:20]
[IN Q=When I was a]

((KRISTEN SMITH: WHEN I WAS A FRESHMAN IF THE ALARM WENT OFF AND I WAS IN THE SHOWER I STAYED IN THE SHOWER, I DIDN'T REALLY PAY ATTENTION TO IT MUCH BECAUSE MOST OF THE TIME IT WAS A DRILL.)) [RUNS08]
[OUT Q=it was a drill]

School officials say many students stay in their rooms when they hear a fire alarm because they think it's just a hoax, but after Friday's demonstration, they hope students won't think twice about evacuating.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 1:37:31]
[IN Q=I was surprised that]

((TIM OWENS/VIRGINIA TECH STUDENT: I WAS SURPRISED THAT IN UNDER TWO MINUTES THAT THE CARBON MONOXIDE AND THE SMOKE WOULD HAVE OVERTAKEN SOMEBODY, THAT'S PRETTY SCARY.)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=much time you have]

A scare that so far hasn't claimed any lives at Virginia Tech, but the school still has fire related problems.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 1:40:00]
[IN Q=We certainly have had]

((ED SPENCER: WE CERTAINLY HAVE HAD FIRES, WE'VE HAD CASES OF ARSON IN THE RESIDENCE HALLS AND YOU SEE HOW DANGEROUS THIS IS.)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=dangerous this is]

A danger Spencer is hoping the university can avoid, now that students know what can happen. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Blacksburg.))

[11Teal]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=dse]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=Iraq Casualty]


A VMI graduate was killed in Iraq Thursday.
The Army says 31 year old Captain John Robert Teal died when a mine exploded near Baqubah (Ba-koo-buh).
Teal called Mechanicsville home and was a medical officer.

[11Coffee-Pot]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=03-39 tc 1:02:30]
[GRAPHIC=None]


The owner of a legendary Roanoke nightspot is saying goodbye to a way of life.
(///// SOT AT TOP /////)
[SOT 3:49:39-3:49:42]
[IN Q=Thanks for being here...]

((CARROLL BELL/OWNER, COFFEE POT: THANKS FOR BEING HERE. THANKS FOR BEING MY CUSTOMERS.))
[SUPER=01-Carroll Bell/Coffee Pot Owner; QUICK!!!]
[RUNS=:03]
[OUT Q= for being my customers.]
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[VO NAT :23]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Carroll Bell looked back at 25-years of owning the Coffee Pot Roadhouse. If all goes as planned, the business will be sold Monday to independent contractor Scott Curtis. Bell will still own the property. He says he's simply "too old" to work the hours required to keep the restaurant and bar successful. But that doesn't mean he won't indulge in the salad bar from time to time.
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[11Zukerman]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=03-34 TC1:56:33]
[GRAPHIC=None]


A woman known for her musical talents is in the Roanoke Valley to underscore her writing skills.
(///// SOT at top /////)
[SOT 9:49:56-9:50:01]

((NAT MUSIC))
[SUPER=03-Salem;]
[RUNS=:05]
[OUTQ=NAT MUSIC]
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[VO NAT :16] Flutist (FLOO-tist) Eugenia Zukerman (ZOO-ker-mihn) yesterday performed for and spoke to students and faculty at Roanoke College. While music is her first love, she's also the Arts Correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning and author of four books including this year's "In My Mother's Closet."
(//////SOT/////)
[SOT 9:39:13-9:39:27]
[IN Q=Of course little girls have a lot of questions...]

((EUGENIA ZUKERMAN/MUSICIAN, AUTHOR: OF COURSE LITTLE GIRLS HAVE A LOT OF QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT IT IS TO BECOME A WOMAN BUT THEY CAN'T EVEN FORMULATE THE QUESTIONS. SO, I THINK SLEUTHING THROUGH OUR MOTHER'S THINGS IS A WAY OF BEGINNING TO FIGURE IT ALL OUT.))
[SUPER=01-Eugenia Zukerman/Musician & Author;]
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=beginning to figure it all out.]
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[VO NAT :05] Zukerman is signing copies of the book today at Cantos Bookstore in Roanoke.


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[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT]
Traffic troubles are creating crossroads at one Roanoke shopping mall. See what's turning things around coming up.
[ANCHOR=Brent]


and
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[VO-NAT]


the then only thing scary about the third installment of a popular spoof may be its lack of spunk. We'll check out "Scary Movie Three" in today's movie review.
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[ANCHOR=Brent@ BAM]

[BRENT HAS WX HELLO]
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[11Mall-Traffic]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=03-44 TC20:24]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Many moviegoers who frequent the Valley View Grande in Roanoke often find it scary just making to the movie.
That's because of the traffic jam outside.
But as Justin McLeod discovered there is a coming attraction that may produce a happy ending.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Mark Jamison/City Traffic Engineer; 1:06]
[SUPER=@justin1; 1:19]
[RUNS=1:34]
[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Roanoke]


((((NAT SOUND OF TRAFFIC))
This is typical for a Friday night at the movies, especially here at Valley View Grande.
You often have to wait in line, not at the ticket booth but rather at the turn signal.
[SOT 27:55; 25:55; 27:01]
[IN Q=Been sitting here]

((MOVIEGOER: BEEN SITTING HERE ABOUT FIFTEEN MINUTES TRYING TO GET INTO THE MOVIE THEATER HERE.)) ((SARAH LAWSON: IT'S PRETTY BAD, IT'S PRETTY THICK)) ((ELIZABETH TURNER: VERY HECTIC, VERY BAD.)) [Runs05]
[OUT Q=very bad]

((QUICK NAT SOUND OF TRAFFIC))
Bad thanks to this traffic light on Valley View Blvd.
Theater traffic can sometimes back up all the way beyond Wal-mart.
Some motorists even contribute to the problem by attempting to make a U-Turn at the light.
[SOT 27:08]

((ELIZABETH TURNER: IT IS ALWAYS LIKE THIS, ALWAYS, A NEW LANE WOULD DEFINETELY HELP.)) [Runs03]
[OUT Q=would definetely help]


Many nearby businesses agree.
The developers of this shopping plaza next door to the theater recently installed a turning lane on Valley View Blvd.

It will allow motorists to access these businesses without having to first go to the light.
[SOT 2:17]
[IN Q=Any vehicle you]

((MARK JAMISON/CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER: ANY VEHICLE THAT YOU CAN TAKE OUT OF THE INTERSECTION DOWN THERE AT THE SIGNAL WILL HELP THE TRAFFIC.)) [Runs04]
[OUT Q=help the traffic]


How much of a help has yet to be determined.
When the new turning lane opens sometime next week, engineers with the city of Roanoke will begin a traffic study- to see how its working.
[SOT 2:03]
[IN Q=We don't have a good]

((MARK JAMISON/CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER: WE DON'T HAVE A GOOD HANDLE EXACTLY ON HOW MANY VEHICLES U-TURN, HOW MANY OF THE VEHICLES THAT YOU DO U-TURN ACTUALLY COME INTO THIS RETAIL CENTER.)) [Runs07]
[OUT Q=of this retail center]


You may still need some patience- because the new lane can only do so much.
[SOT 22:41]
[IN Q=The city concedes]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE CITY CONCEDES THERE IS VERY LITTLE IT CAN DO SHORT TERM TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM HERE AT THE INTERSECTION AT THE VALLEY VIEW GRANDE. LONG TERM HOWEVER THE CITY HOPES TO ONE DAY FINISH THE OVERPASS HERE AT 581 BUT SAYS THAT IS STILL YEARS DOWN THE ROAD. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7, ROANOKE.)) [Runs15]
[OUT Q=JM, NEWS 7, ROANOKE]))


[toss to bump]

[11Printing-Plant]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=03-32 TC2:01:19]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Readers of the Roanoke Times will soon be seeing red.
And green and blue.
That's because the paper's new 30 million dollar printing press is ready to roll - with living color.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


The Heidelberg Mainstream press has actually produced the Neighbors section for the last four weeks. Sunday night the new equipment will "go live" to produce the Monday morning edition.
The new paper will be slightly smaller, with more color and sharper images... and editor Mike Riley also promises a redesign.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=The press is a once in a lifetime deal.]

((MIKE RILEY/ROANOKE TIMES EDITOR; THE PRESS IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME DEAL. WHAT'S GOING TO BE INTERESTING TO SEE IS WHAT HAPPENS AND EVOLVES FROM THIS IN TERMS OF WHAT'S IN THE NEWSPAPER, AND I THINK THAT'S ONGOING AND EVOLUTIONARY AND THAT'S THE WAY IT SHOULD BE.))
[SUPER=01-Mike Riley/Roanoke Times Editor; ]
[RUNS=:12]
[OUT Q=and that's the way it should be.]
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[VO-NAT]


The new press can produce 80- thousand copies an hour. Eventually, that should allow later deadlines to accomodate breaking news, and give editors more time to put the newspaper together.
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[2BIRTHDAYS!]10/26/03
Sunday:

[SUPER=130-40/Wanda Garman/Roanoke]


Anniversary:
[SUPER=130-1st/Michael & Judith Mayo/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-6/Logan Hundley/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-26/John Loomis/Union Hall]



[SUPER=130-18/Charlie Coleman/Martinsville]


No Pictures:

[SUPER=131-/Elise Craighead/Rocky Mount]



[SUPER=131-18/Charlie Coleman/Martinsville]



[SUPER=131-36/Diane Young/Snow Creek]

[SUPER=131-/Kevin Alexander/Eagle Rock]