[Primary]

[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

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Senator John Kerry is keeping up his winning pace.
He now has 10 of the 12 preliminary Democratic contest under his belt.
Now the candidates look toward tomorrow's contests in the South and next week's primary in Wisconsin.
Aleen Sirgany reports..
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[SUPER=01-Sen. John Kerry/(D) Presidential Candidate; :22]
[SUPER=01-Howard Dean/(D) Presidential Candidate; :43]
[SUPER=01-Ret. Gen. Wesley Clark/(D) Presidential Candidate; :49]
[SUPER=01-Sen. John Edwards/(D) Presidential Candidate; 1:09]
[SUPER=01-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News; 1:23]
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((

ANOTHER CAUCUS VICTORY.. ANOTHER ENDORSEMENT.. A WINNING WEEKEND FOR JOHN KERRY. THE MASSACHUSETTS SENATOR PUT EVEN MORE DISTANCE BETWEEN HIMSELF AND THE OTHER CANDIDATES.. EASILY TAKING MAINE.. AFTER SUCCESS IN MICHIGAN AND WASHINGTON STATE.
KERRYS CAMPAIGN LOOKS LIKE A FRONTRUNNERS.. WITH ALL HIS ATTACKS AIMED AT PRESIDENT BUSH.

KERRY SOT: 11:29:21 it appears he was telling the American people

stories in 2002
(John Kerry (D-MA), Presidential Candidate)


HOWARD DEAN HAD HOPED TO MAKE HEADWAY THIS WEEKEND.. BUT SEVERAL LAST MINUTE CAMPAIGN STOPS IN MAINE.. ONLY DELIVERED A DISTANT SECOND PLACE FINISH. DEAN DECLARED HED MAKE HIS LAST STAND IN WISCONSIN.. AND CONTINUES TO TRY AND DISTINGUISH HIMSELF FROM THE OTHER CONTENDERS.

DEAN SOT: 18:04:00 if all the people who are running had done what they

said about healthcare.. it wouldnt be an issue because youd have it by now
(Howard Dean, Presidential Candidate)



(NAT)
CLARK SOT 20:17:30 It is great to be here in Nashville in the great

state of Tennessee
(Ret. Gen. Wesley Clark, Presidential Candidate)


WESLEY CLARK AND JOHN EDWARDS.. BOTH NEED WINS ON TUESDAY TO KEEP THEIR CAMPAIGNS ALIVE. TOMORROWS CONTESTS ARE IN TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA. THE RETIRED GENERAL AND THE NORTH CAROLINA SENATOR.. ARE USING THEIR SOUTHERN ROOTS TO WOO PRIMARY VOTERS THERE.

EDWARDS SOT: 19:37:28 I know whats going on in rural America, Im not

like george bush on his ranch down in texas with his big belt buckle pretending he knows whats going on in rural america
(John Edwards (D-NC), Presidential Candidate)


THE PROBLEM FOR EDWARDS, CLARK AND DEAN.. POLLS ALREADY GIVE JOHN KERRY A SIZEABLE LEAD IN THE STATES THEYRE WORKING SO HARD TO WIN.
STANDUP CLOSE: AIDES FOR BOTH WESLEY CLARK AND JOHN EDWARDS SAID THEY EXPECT THEIR CANDIDATES TO LOSE TOMORROW BUT THE CANDIDATES THEMSELVES SAY THEYRE IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL. ITS NOT CLEAR EXACTLY HOW LONG THEYLL STICK AROUND TO FIGHT IF THEY DONT WIN IN TENNESSEE OR VIRGINIA. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON. ))

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John Kerry will be in Roanoke later this morning, to meet with local emergency personnel. He will be at the downtown firestation at 11:30. His wife will be campaigning in the Martinsville area later today. She will make an appearance with party supporters at the Dutch Inn at 4:30.

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Meanwhile, Governor Mark Warner announced yesterday morning that he is throwing his support to Kerry.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: I'M VERY PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT I WILL BE VOTING FOR SENATOR JOHN KERRY IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ON TUESDAY, AND I'M HERE TO ENDORSE HIS CAMPAIGN TO TAKE BACK THE WHITE HOUSE.))
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[VO-NAT]

Warner praised Kerry for his record of military service and his defense of programs for education and the needy.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Another candidate will be in the area tonight. Congressman Dennis Kucinich will be campaigning at Virginia Tech at 8 o'clock in Squires Student Center.

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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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The family of man who died after being shot in the head say they want justice.
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[VO-NAT]

41-year-old Frederick Mumford was taken off life-support yesterday afternoon.
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Police responded to a call in the 500 block of Mountain Avenue, Tuesday night just after ten o-clock. 23-year-old Abdishakur (ab-DIH-shuh-koor) Hassan of Roanoke is charged with malicious wounding, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. But Mumford's family says it wants the charges to be changed to murder.
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((PAUL MUMFORD/BROTHER: ME AND MY FAMILY IS GRIEVING REAL BAD, AND HE SITTING IN JAIL, PROBABLY LAUGHING IT UP RIGHT NOW. AND BRAGGING, LIKE I SAID I THINK HE SHOULD GET CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, HE SHOULDN'T HAVE NO FREEDOM AT ALL))
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[VO-NAT]

Police will confer with the Commonwealth's Attorney to decide how the case against Hassan will proceed. Hassan is being held at the Roanoke City Jail without bond.
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[PKG-Grammys]


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Last night's Grammy awards were tame in the wake of last week's controversial Super Bowl performance--
As he accepted a trophy, Justin Timberlake took another opportunity to apologize.
But the big winner of the night was Beyonce--
She tied the record for a female artist by winning five awards.
Manuel Gallegus has more from Los Angeles
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[SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Justin Timberlake/Male Pop Vocal Performance Winner; :28]
[SUPER=01-Christina Aguilera/Female Pop Vocal Performance Winner; :38]
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[SUPER=01-Beyonce/Winner of Five Grammy Awards; 1:16]
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((

Nats Sot: Andre 3000 "stank you - stank you - stank you very much"
But it wasn't all honors and accolades... The 46th annual Grammy awards had a dubious distinction... it was put on a 5 minute delay to avoid any more "eye" popping - performances. And although Justin TIMBERLAKE made the show....

SOT:

Justin Timberlake 20:44:37 What occurred was unintentional, completely regrettable and I apologize if you guys were offended.
Janet Jackson was a no show. BUT BEHIND THE SCENES THEY WERE STILL TALKING ABOUT HER.
Christina Aguilera people are so bored with it... i mean everyone's got one - a boob
Christina - who barely stayed in her dress - won her Grammy for Best Female pop vocal.
((Bridge)) best new artist went to rockers evenesence - lead vocalist Amy Lee says she doesn't have a home yet for her two Grammys.
So she's loaning them to her parents.
Sot: Amy Lee / Evanescence they can hold on to them and show them off to all their friends...

(nat pop Beyonce)


Beyonce - opened the show with medley of Princely hits.... then was brought back moments later to accept her Grammy for Best R&B album - Dangerously In Love. in the end she won five awards...tying the rcord...for female` artists.

SOT: 20:05:10

Beyonce: Performing was enough for me, Im just so honored.

-QUICK SOT- "COLDPLAY"


EVEN COLDPLAY SEEEMED A LITTLE SUPRISED WHEN THEY TOOK RECORD OF THE YEAR...AND STOLE A LITTLE THUNDER FROM THEIR HIP HOP CHALLENGERS... BUT OVERALL THE NIGHT BELONGED TO R AND B AND HIP HOP...PROVING THE GENRE IS NOW MAINSTREAM. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES. ))

[Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=chr]
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In business news, Coca Cola and Dell will report their earnings this week.
Alexis Christoforous has that story and more in this morning's Marketwatch.
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((> EARNINGS REPORTS HAVE SLOWED TO A TRICKLE ON WALL STREET. BUT THERE ARE > STILL SOME BIG NAMES LEFT TO REPORT.. INCLUDING > COCA COLA, DELL, HASBRO, METLIFE ANDPRUDENTIAL. > > ON WALL STREET... A LUKEWARM JANUARY JOBS REPORT HAD INVESTORS BELIEVE THE > FED WON'T RUSH TO RAISE INTEREST RATES ANYTIME SOON. > > THE DOW RALLIED 97 POINTS > > WHILE THE NASDAQ SHOT UP 44 PONTS AND BEGINS THE NEW TRADING WEEK AT ITS > HIGHEST LEVEL IN 2 AND A HALF MONTHS. > > KEEP YOUR EYE ON SHARES OF AT&T WIRELESS.. VODAFONE - EUROPE'S LARGEST > WIRELESS CARRIER IS REPORTEDLY SERIOUSLY CONSIDERINGA BID FOR ATT > WIRELESS. LAT MONTH CINGULAR MADE A 30 BILLION DOLLAR OFFER TO BUY THE > COMPANY .. AT THE TIME ATT WIRELESS SAID IT WAS ENTERTAINING SEVERAL > BUYOUT OFFERS. > > U.S. FARMERS AND RANCHERS WILL SEE INCOME FROM LIVESTOCK SALES FALL NEARLY > FIVE PERCENT THIS YEAR.. THAT'S AFTER THE FIRST CASE OF MAD COW DISEASE > IN THE UNITED STATES WAS DISCOVERED IN DECEMBER. LIVESTOCK SALES ARE > EXPECTED TO BE DOWN ABOUT 5 BILLION DOLLARS BECAUSE OF A SHARP DECLINE IN > CATTLE PRICES AND A VIRTUAL HALT IN U-S BEEF EXPORTS. > > TRACK ALL THE MARKET ACTION AT CBS.MW.COM IN NY I'M ALEXIS CHRISTOFOROUS.))


(tape tosses to stocks)

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[Stewart]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=kmc]
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Attorneys for Martha Stewart will cross examine the government's star witness when court resumes later today.
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Stewart is accused of lying to investigators about her timely sale of Imclone stock.
Douglast Faneuil, a former Merrill Lynch assistant, testified last week that Stewart's broker ordered him to tip her off that the Imclone founder was selling his shares.
Faneuil also said he was pressured to cover up Stewart's sale.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[WRITER=rle]
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[GRAPHIC=Accident]

Virginia State Police are investigating an accident in Giles County that sent one woman to the hospital. Police say Deborah L. Weeks of Princeton, West Virginia was driving West on Route 460 when she ran off the road and hit a rock wall around 9 o'clock. She is in stable condition today at Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Police say they believe that Weeks WAS wearing her seatbelt, and are investigating whether alcohol was involved.





[11Blood-Shortage]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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The National Guard in Lexington rolled up it's sleeves for a good cause.
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Kerry Kothbauer's (KOTH-Bower) son, Josh, was diagnosed with acute leukemia in December. So far he's received ten units of blood along with platelets. Yesterday a blood drive was held in his honor. Virginia Blood Services report blood supplies in Central Virginia are dangerously low. There's currently less than a one-day-supply of blood, and platelets are at risk of being depleted. Officials say winter weather has kept donors away and encourage anyone who's able to donate.
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(Kim tosses to bump) [BUMP]

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Grayson County is a little closer to re-opening one of its schools.
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Plans to renovate Fries (freeze) Middle School finally went out to bid this month.
The school was shutdown last summer because of a mold problem forcing students to share space at two other schools.
The cost for the project is estimated at 750-thousand dollars.
School officials say if bids come-in over a quarter million dollars, the plans will have to go back to the drawing board.
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[Winner]

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[SUPER=45-Millie Sizer/Buena Vista]


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[Biz-Brief]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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In business news, stocks closed out the trading week on a high note. Stan Case has more in today's business brief.
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((STOCKS CLOSED UP ON FRIDAY AFTER A POSITIVE JOBS REPORT FROM WASHINGTON.


THE DOW CLOSED UP 97-POINTS...
AND THE NASDAQ GAINED 44.


THE NATION'S UNEMPLOYMENT RATE REACHED A TWO-YEAR-LOW LAST MONTH.
THE LABOR DEPARTMENT REPORTS JANUARY'S JOBLESS RATE OF FIVE-POINT-SIX PERCENT WAS DOWN A TENTH-OF-A-PERCENT FROM DECEMBER.
THE REPORT SAYS THE ECONOMY ADDED 120-THOUSAND NEW JOBS OUTSIDE THE FARM SECTOR DURING THE MONTH.
ECONOMISTS HAD EXPECTED JOB GROWTH TO BE HIGHER AT 165-THOUSAND.


MCDONALD'S POSTED YET ANOTHER INCREASE IN ITS SAME-STORE SALES IN THE U-S.
THE WORLD'S LARGEST RESTAURANT CHAIN REPORTED A 13-POINT-FOUR-PERCENT JUMP FOR JANUARY.
THAT WAS THE FIFTH CONSECUTIVE MONTH OF DOUBLE DIGIT GAINS FOR DOMESTIC STORES.
MCDONALD'S SAYS THE POPULARITY OF ITS MCGRIDDLES BREAKFAST SANDWICH ADDED TO ITS NUMBERS.


CIGNA CORPORATION SAYS FOURTH-QUARTER REVENUE WAS OFF, BUT NET PROFIT WERE UP OVER LAST YEAR, WHEN IT SHOULDERED SOME HEAVY CHARGES.
THE HEALTH PLAN PROVIDER ALSO REVEALED PLANS TO CUT ABOUT THREE-THOUSAND JOBS TO SLASH ITS QUARTERLY DIVIDEND AFTER THE CURRENT PAYOUT.
NET INCOME WAS PUT AT TWO-DOLLARS-SIX-CENTS PER SHARE, IN THE FOURTH QUARTER. IT WAS 33 CENTS, A YEAR EARLIER.


WITH THE BUSINESS BRIEF, I'M STAN CASE.))

[TAPE TOSS TO STOCKS] [STOCKS] [WOOD ROGERS SPONSOR BOARD 5185 ESSC] [COMM]


[11Mayoral-Race]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=04-07 TC-8:30]
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Now that the ballot is set, Roanoke's mayoral candidates are gearing up for May's general election. Jennifer Wishon has more on the candidates and the issues defining the race.
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[SUPER=01-Nelson Harris/(D) Candidate for Mayor; :19]
[SUPER=04-July; :40]
[SUPER=04-November; :53]
[SUPER=04-May; :57]
[SUPER=01-Alice Hincker/(R) Candidate for Mayor; 1:05]
[SUPER=@Jennifer2; 1:21]
[SUPER=04-1993; 1:28]
[SUPER=01-Mac McCadden/(I) Candidate for Mayor; 1:45]

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