[Open-Heads]

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[ENG#=1]
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[VO-NAT]



Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... Roanoke welcomes a museum honoring the photography of O. Winston Link.
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[ANCHOR=SUSAN 1-SHOT]

and Montgomery County man is allegedly shot by his roomate.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Schooltouch]


[ANCHOR=Susan ]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
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The weather is causing one school system to close this morning.
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[TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH FS]
Danville Community College has cancelled all classes for today.
(++++++++++)

[TAKE WEBADDRESS FS]
And for a list of all schools, churches and businesses that have closings or delays today, log onto our website at wdbj7.com.
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[11Monty-Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=dgr]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Shooting]

Montgomery County man is in jail this morning after allegedly shooting his roommate yesterday.
(+++++++++)

[take shooting map fs] The shooting happened in the men's apartment on Elliot Creek Road in the Rogers area. Authorities say 53-year-old Thomas Wayne Saunders was shot in the head with a 22 caliber rifle. He is in critical condition at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
[SS=HOLD]

Deputies arrested his roommate, 64-year-old James Harless Stump for the shooting.

[11Brandon-Ax]


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[WRITER=rle]
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An accident in Roanoke sends one person to the hospital, and knocks out power to one section of the city. The accident happened shortly after 7:30 last night in the 600 block of Brandon Avenue near Towers Mall.
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Authorities say the driver of this car lost control, ran through a utility line, flipped over and came to rest in the Arby's parking lot. The driver, described as a man in his 60's, was trapped in the car for about 15 minutes, until rescue crews could cut away parts of the car. He was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital and is listed in serious condition. The accident knocked out power to a large portion of the Raleigh Court neighborhood, including Towers Mall for about 2 hours. The driver's name has not been released. Officials are still looking into what caused the accident.
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[11D'ville-Fatal]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident]

One man is dead following an accident this morning in Danville.
(+++++++)

[take danville ax map] Police say 62-year-old Bob Shuping Williams was driving his truck on Piney Forest Road shortly before 8 o'clock. Williams' truck veered to the left, hitting another car. He then ran off the right side of the road, struck a sign and a utility pole before overturning.
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[ANCHOR=SUSAN]
[ss=hold]

Williams was pronounced dead at Danville Regional Medical Center. The other driver was not hurt in the accident. Police are investigating.

[11Roanoke-Fire]


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[ENG#=2]

Investigators have ruled a deadly house fire in Roanoke County an accident.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Yesterday;]

Officials say the fire - at this home on Bighorn Drive - was apparently started by an electrical cord in an upstairs bedroom. When firefighters arrived shortly after 6:30 yesterday morning, they found 50-year-old David Lee Ful-cher, dead inside. Officials say an off-duty Salem firefighter actually spotted the fire on his way home, and immediately notified a neighbor to call 9-1-1. One firefighter was hurt in the blaze, but was treated and released at a local hospital.
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[Tourist]


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[ENG#=3]


A group of American tourists attacked by gunmen while on a trip to Guatemala- arrived back in the states yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salt Lake City, Utah;]

Guatemalan police continue to search for five gunman who attacked and robbed a bus of Mormon tourists. 52-year-old Brett Richards was shot and killed in the attack. The bus driver was also wounded and another man was kicked repeatedly in the face.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q= He grabbed for the gun..]

((:52- HE GRABBED FOR THE GUN, I THOUGHT THEY WERE GOING TO SHOOT HIM. I DIDN'T THINK HE COULD TAKE THE GUN AWAY FROM THEM BY HIMSELF, SO I JUMPED OVER THE SEAT AND TRIED TO TAKE THE GUN FROM THE GUY'S HAND. WE WERE BOTH PULLING ON IT, JUST TRYING TO KEEP IT FROM BEING POINTED AT ANYBODY.))
[SUPER=01-Val Morley/Tourist;]
[RUNS=:21]
[OUT Q=... POINTED AT ANYBODY.]
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[VO-NAT]

The FBI has opened an investigation into the incident and is sending a team of investigators to help Guatemalan officials.
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[11Opening-Link]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=jwi]
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[ENG#=4]


It's just how many pictured it. A museum honoring Photographer O. Winston Link became a reality this weekend in Roanoke.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=3, 2, 1]

((3, 2, 1 CLAPPING.))
[RUNS=04]
[OUT Q=Clapping]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;]

Congressman Bob Goodlatte and other local leaders participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony. Some 600- people packed the lobby making it standing room only. The museum is located in the newly renovated passenger station on Shenandoah Avenue. More than 250 prints and all of Link's negatives will be stored in the 15- thousand square foot facility. Visitors to the museum will also be able to see the equipment Link used to dramatically light his subjects and then capture them on film.
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[11Link-Exhibit]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[ENG#=1]



Link was made famous by his photographs of trains, the landscapes and people of southern railroad towns. Jennifer Wishon has more on the man and the legacy he's left behind.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=It was both a rewarding and]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Albert Link, Jr./Winston Link's Brother; :24]
[SUPER=01-Tom Pope/Parents Photographed by Link; :48]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1; 1:10]
[SUPER=01-David Helmer/Link Committee Chairman; 1:21]
[SUPER=01-Ed Meyer/Link's Attorney; 1:55]
[RUNS=2:17]
[OUT Q=JW, News 7, Roanoke]

((It was both a rewarding and emotional day for the hundreds of friends and admirers of O. Winston Link who gathered in Roanoke Saturday.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 01:14:39]
[IN Q=Yes, Winston's looking]

((DAVID HELMER: YES. WINSTON'S LOOKING AT US AND I THINK HE'S PROUD.))
[RUNS= 7]
[OUT Q=think he's proud]

The man whose pictures made him famous never had any formal training, but his brother Albert says Winston's father provided plenty of inspiration.
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[SOT 58:45]
[IN Q=He provided the early]

((ALBERT LINK: HE PROVIDED THE EARLY IMPETUSES IN TERMS OF ALWAYS HAVING US INVOLVED IN TRAINS. TOY TRAINS, LIONEL STANDARD GAUGE. AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER THERE WAS A LAY OUT AVAILABLE.))
[RUNS= 11]
[OUT Q=lay out available]

About 20 of Link's subjects or their descendants attended the museum opening. Wythe County native Tom Pope turned 14 the day Link took this picture from his parent's front porch.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 52:31]
[IN Q=It was cold and he]

((TOM POPE: IT WAS COLD AND HE WAS THERE AND WE AS KIDS DIDN'T HAVE TOO MUCH TO DO IN MAX MEADOWS AND WE WAS INTERESTED IN HANGING AROUND HIM AND WE'D CARRY THINGS FOR HIM.))
[RUNS= 09]
[OUT Q=carry things for him]

Pope remembers his parent's porch was chosen because of its intricate spindle work. The photograph was taken as the last steam engine on the route by his childhood home passed by.
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[SOT 01:31:55]
[IN Q=Before his death]

((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: BEFORE HIS DEATH IN 2001 O. WINSTON LINK REQUESTED THAT THE MUSEUM THAT WOULD BEAR HIS NAME BE LOCATED AT THE SAME PLACE WHERE PEOPLE USED TO GATHER BEFORE BOARDING OLD NORFOLK AND WESTERN TRAINS.))
[RUNS= 11]
[OUT Q=and Western trains]
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[SOT 1:12:43]
[IN Q=It physically had the]

((DAVID HELMER/CHAIRMAN LINK COMMITTEE: IT PHYSICALLY HAD THE CAPABILITY WITH RESTORATION THAT WE COULD PUT IN THE HUMIDITY CONTROLS, THE LIGHT CONTROLS, THE UV TYPE FILTERS THAT WE COULD PRESERVE AND DISPLAY HIS COLLECTION OF ITEMS.))

[RUNS= 14]
[OUT Q=collection of items]

In 1955 Link photographed himself as a passenger in front of the train schedule board. Today the old train station it looks the same way the photographer would have remembered it. Link's attorney says his client was proud of his work, but was more impressed by the life that made his pictures possible.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 1:18:58]
[IN Q=He felt that in]

((ED MEYER: THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS NOT WHAT'S ON THESE WALLS, BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS THE LIFE CULTURE AND STEAM ENGINES OF WESTERN VIRGINIA.))
[RUNS= 14]
[OUT Q=of western Virginia]

Albert Link says he hopes support of his brother's museum continues so that future generations may experience the same inspiration Winston gained from his father. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))


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[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT]


[ENG#=V10]


Coming up, hundreds survived our Roanoke Casting Call this weekend - but if you missed it, you have a second change.
[ANCHOR=Brent]

and [TAKE LIVE PIC SOUP ON PS] In this week's Weekend Diner, I will show you how to make use of your local specialty markets.
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[Break #1]



[11Survivor]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=rle]
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[ENG#=1]


Hundreds of folks tried for a chance to appear on a top television show yesterday in Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT - :20+]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

WDBJ hosted an open casting call for "Survivor Nine" yesterday at Valley View Mall. Folks could drop off an audition tape or we could record their 3 minute tape for a chance to appear on the show. "Survivor" producers will go through all of the entries nationwide and will begin conducting in-person interviews starting in March. The location of "Survivor Nine" has not been released.
(+++++++++)

[take lynchburg survivor fs] If you didn't make it out to Valley View yesterday, but still want a chance to be a part of our casting calls - it's not too late. We'll be hosting another casting call Thursday at River Ridge Mall in Lynchburg starting at 5 P-M. [WIPE TO WEBADDRESS] For more information, log onto our website and click on the "survivor casting call" logo.
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[Health-Review]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
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[GRAPHIC=Health Review]

[ANCHOR TAG!!!!!!]

[ENG#=2]


In health review,
- A non-surgical option for getting rid of wrinkles.
- There's a new drug to treat Alzheimer's disease.
- And meet a Roanoke man who hopes to be an inspiration to others with disabilities.
Joy Sutton has details.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=This month Bobby Johnson]
[SUPER=01-Lanay Ferguson/Commonwealth Supportive Services; :34]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Emad Alshami/Lewis-Gale Clinic; 1:04]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Carol Wray/Lewis-Gale Clinic; 1:35]
[RUNS=1:54]
[OUT Q=...I'm Joy Sutton]
[TAPE#=503-03 1:21:04]

((This month Bobby Johnson is celebrating his 5th year at Kroger. It's the longest he's ever held a job. He's faced many challenges along the way because he has cerebral palsy --including the words of one employer he will never forget.
(///// SOT /////)
[IN Q=He says Bobby there]

((HE SAYS BOBBY THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO JUST WISH YOU WOULD GO AWAY)) [RUNS12]
[OUT Q=wish you would go away]

But Johnson refused to give up and sought help from Commonwealth Supportive services.
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[IN Q=If they were to hire this person]

((LANAY FERGUSON/COMMONWEALTH SUPPORTIVE SERVICES: IF THEY HIRE THIS PERSON WE PROVIDE JOB COACHING, HELP ASSIST WITH JOB PAPER WORK AND TAXES AND THEIR TRAINING PROCESS)) [RUNS12]
[OUT Q=their training process]


Johnson not only works, he drives, and lives by himself.
[TAPE#=503-04 52:31]

In other news,
There's a new drug to treat patients with moderate to severe Alzheimer's. It's called Namenda and it's expected to hit the market this month.
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[SOT23:38:46]
[IN Q=Definetely slows the progression of the disease]

((DEFINITELY SLOWS THE PROGRESSION OF THE DISEASE BY 3 TO 5 YEARS, WHICH THIS MEANS DELAYING NURSING HOME PLACEMENT, KEEP PEOPLE FUNCTIONING)) [RUNS08]
[OUT Q=keep people functioning]

Doctor Emad (EE-Maud) Alshami says this new drug is not a cure for memory loss --but it's a promising step in the treatment of disease. [tape 503-04, 53:59]
And finally in medical news, Thermage is a new procedure that can give some of the benefits of a facelift with surgery or laser.
The procedure works by cooling the top layer of skin while using radio waves to heat the deeper structure. This helps reduce damage to the surface of the skin.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT22:51:45]
[IN Q=You may see some intial response some tightening]

((YOU MAY SEE SOME INITIAL RESPONSE SOME TIGHTENING. BUT WHAT'S MORE IMPORTANT IS BUILDING MORE COLLAGEN. OVER A PERIOD OF 4 TO 6 SIX MONTHS IS WHEN YOU ACTUALLY SEE THE RESULTS FROM THIS )) [RUNS12]
[OUT Q=results from this]

Dr. Wray says this new treatment option may soon be used on other parts of the body like the arms or stomach. That's health Review, I'm Joy Sutton.))
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[ANCHOR=SUSAN]
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Stay with us News 7 Sunday Morning will be right back.


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[2Open-Heads]


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[ENG#=1]
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... What's making our children so angry? We'll take a look at childhood rage..
[ENG#=2]
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[VO-NAT]

And an accident in Roanoke leaves part of the city without power and sends one man to the hospital.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to hello]

[kiddie-rage]


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[WRITER=sba]
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[ENG#=3]


Childhood is often considered the carefree, fun-time of life- but not anymore. Authorities say kindergarteners and first graders are having more behaviorial problems *today* than five-years ago. CBS' Thalia Assuras takes a look at this startling trend.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Kindergarten and first grade... ]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY; 00]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Michael Parker/Fort Worth Schools Psychiatric Services; 16]
[SUPER=01-Ericka Jackson/Bullying-Prevention; 50]
[SUPER=01-Ann Johnson/School Police Officer; 57]
[SUPER=01-Thalia Assuras/CBS News; 1:43]
[RUNS=1:58]
[OUT Q= standard]


[Wythe-Fatal]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday-Am]
[WRITER=cdo]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident]


An accident in Wythe County leaves one man dead and two people in the hospital.
Shortly after 7 o'clock last night, 47 year old Delmer Joseph Webb struck a Ford Explorer head on.
Webb was speeding and crossed the center line on Grayson Turnpike. He was pronounced dead on the scene. The passenger of the Explorer was flown to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The driver was taken to Wythe County Community Hospital.
Their names have not yet been released. Webb was not wearing a seatbelt.


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[ENG=1]

Attorney General Jerry Kilgore wants protective orders to pack more of a *punch* when trying to stop domestic abuse.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]

Kilgore is proposing legislation that would increase the penalties for those who violate restraining orders. He also wants to provide more money for shelters and for prosecutors who go after domestic violence offenders.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/December 18;]

Kilgore says these measures should help prevent tragic cases like that of Nee-sha Edwards of Roanoke. Last month, Edwards was murdered two-hours after she took out a protective order against her ex-boyfriend.
(/////SOT/////)
[SOT 1:36:11]
[IN Q=WE HAVE TO BE ABOUT OFFERING]

((ATTORNEY GENERAL JERRY KILGORE: WE HAVE TO BE ABOUT OFFERING HOPE AND OPPORTUNITY TO THESE VICTIMS. THEY NEED TO KNOW IF THEY GET A PROTECTIVE ORDER, THE LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY WILL BE THERE WITH YOU, THE JUDICIAL COMMUNITY WILL BE THERE AND THERE WILL BE SHELTERS AVAILABLE TO HELP YOU GET OUT OF HARM'S WAY.))
[SUPER=@Kilgore]
[RUNS=:17]
[OUT Q=YOU GET OUT OF HARM'S WAY.]
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[VO-NAT]

Kilgore is proposing an increase in court filing fees to help pay for his initiatives.
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[11Blood-Drive]


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[ENG#=2]


A blood drive for kids is being called a success.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

The Junior League of Roanoke Valley and the American Red Cross held a pediatric blood drive yesterday in Roanoke. This is the second year for the effort. The blood drive was only held in Roanoke last year, but was so much of a success that this year it was a statewide event.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Our provisional class...]

((NATALIE SMITH/JUNIOR LEAGUE OF ROANOKE VALLEY; OUR PROVISIONAL CLASS, OUR NEW MEMBERS HAVE BEEN RECRUITING FRIENDS NEIGHBORS, FAMILY, TO COME AND JOIN US. WE'VE HAD BUSINESSES THROUGHOUT ROANOKE THAT HAVE HELPED UP UNDERWRITE THE PROGRAM SO WE CAN HAVE THE GREAT ATMOSPHERE THAT WE HAVE HERE TODAY.))
[SUPER=01-Natalie Smith/Junior League of Roanoke Valley; :04]
[RUNS=21]
[OUT Q=that we have here today.]
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[VO-NAT]

The blood drive in Roanoke was expected to collect between 80 and 90 percent of the current pediatric blood needs in the Shenandoah Valley.
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[ANCHOR=SUSAN]
[ss=none]

While this will help those in need, the Red Cross is still in a critical state of need. Officials there say poor collections during the two holiday weeks and steady hospital usage have depleted the blood supply to unsafe levels. (++++++++) [take red cross FS] For more information on giving blood, call 1-800-Give-Life
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[tatoo]


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[WRITER=sba]
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[ENG#=3]

Some artists are taking their craft to a different canvas.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Austin, TX]

The 2004 Star of Texas Tattoo Revival is underway in Austin this weekend. Some of the world's greatest tattooists are performing creative body art on those looking for a fresh, new look. Everything from the typical rose to portraits are in the works. The convention includes tattoo contests and displays by vendors. The fun wraps up tonight.
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[Tease#2]



[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT]

[ENG#=V10]

Coming up, as football comes to an end, things are heating up on the women's basketball court.
[ANCHOR=Brent]

and
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[VO-NAT]


V-DOT and the Virginia State Police are gearing up for its new safety corridor.

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[LOTTO]
[Break #5]



[11NS-Union]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=03-47 TC-1:23:27]
[GRAPHIC=Norfolk Southern]



[ENG#=1]


The Brotherhood of Railway Signalmen is trying to get on board with its next step after learning about Norfolk Southern's decision to close the signal repair shop at Shaffer's Crossing. The group met yesterday in Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Friday;]

Friday, 18- employees were told their positions are being eliminated.
The company says the closing is part of an ongoing review designed to "decrease costs and increase efficiency." However, union leaders say shop employees are more skilled and efficient than the contractors the company plans to employ.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 15:29:52]
[IN Q=They have personally been]

((SCOTT CLARK/GENERAL CHAIRMAN: THEY HAVE PERSONALLY BEEN TOLD ALL THE WAY THROUGH FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS BY MANAGEMENT ALL THE WAY UP THE CHAIN OF COMMAND THAT THEY'VE BEEN DOING A GREAT JOB. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND THEN THEY JUST COME IN AND CLOSE THE DOORS.))
[SUPER=01-Scott Clark/General Chairman;]
[RUNS=20]
[OUT Q=close the doors]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;]

The 18 employees who lost their jobs do have enough seniority to move to other positions within the company, but Clark says THAT will put less senior employees out of THEIR jobs. The union has filed a lawsuit against the company in hopes of delaying or reversing the closing. Norfolk Southern has filed an injunction to keep the union from going on strike.
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[Biz-Review]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[TAPE#=Biz Review 1102 1:39:37]
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[ENG#=2]


Residents in Bath County who subscribe to Adelphia cable are set to lose all local programming, plus Norfolk and Southern is cutting more jobs in Roanoke. Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[SUPER=03-Bath Co.; :06]
[SUPER=01-Richard Armstrong/Satellite Customer; :22]
[SUPER=03-Danville/May; :42]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; 1:02]
[SUPER=01-Bill Ellenbogen/Coal Bank Ridge Developer; 1:17]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; 1:39]
[SUPER=01-Donald Graham/Reporting; 1:50]
[RUNS=2:08]
[OUT Q=MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]




(([MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=03-50 TC1:15:37]

Adelphia Cable says it will remove local network stations from the lineup in Bath County. They'll be replaced with stations from New York, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. That has many people in the county lining up to switch to satellite so the can still get local programming.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT - 06:18]
[IN Q=The news in Pennsylvania]

((RICHARD ARMSTRONG/SATELLITE CUSTOMER; THE NEWS IN PENNSYLVANIA DOES ME NO GOOD, I CAN CATCH THAT ON THE NATIONAL NEWS IF THERE'S ANYTHING HAPPENING THERE. THE WEATHER IN TENNESSEE IS NOT NECESSARILY THE WEATHER HERE.))
[SUPER=01-Richard Armstrong/Satellite Customer;]

[RUNS10]
[OUT Q=not necessarily the weather here.]
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[VO-NAT]

Officials with a Dish Network affiliate say new orders have skyrocketed since Adelphia made the decision. Adelphia says its exploring ways to keep showing local stations. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=03-55 TC18:05]

Adelphia is staying put in Danville, despite concerns from residents and some city leaders. The council voted to renew Adelphia's franchise agreement in the city for another decade. It comes just months after the cable bill was raised for the fourth time in three years. Some council members want the city to look into starting its own cable company. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=03-50 TC1:12:42]

A Blacksburg land developer thinks it has the cure for urban sprawl. Two developers are building a 226 acre subdivision that's completely hidden from view. The Coal Bank Ridge Subdivision will be buffered by 90 acres of forest.
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[SOT:26:21:00]
[IN Q=We feel what]

((BILL ELLENBOGEN: WE FEEL WHAT WE LIVE HERE FOR IS THE BEAUTY OF THE MOUNTAINS AND AS A DEVELOPER IF WE DESTROY THAT BEAUTY THEN WE FEEL WE'VE DONE A DISERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY AND WE'VE ALSO NOT HELPED THE HOMEOWNERS THAT WILL BUILD IN OUR SUBDIVISION.)) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=our subdivision.]

The idea was created after two land conservation groups stepped in and proposed a compromise between the developers and several nearby landowners. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=03-50 TC1:12:42]

A railroad union is fighting to keep the Roanoke Signal Shop open and nearly 20 members employed. The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen filed a federal lawsuit against Norfolk Southern after 18 workers were laid off.
N-S has gone to court seeking a preliminary injunction against the union. If a work stoppage is honored by other employees, the company says it will immediatley shut down rail traffic.
For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]))