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[VO-NAT]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... Iranian radio suggests Osama Bin Laden was captured. Others deny that claim.
[ENG#2]
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[VO-NAT]

Henry County gets an economic pick me up. More than a hundred jobs are opening. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Conflicting reports coming out this morning concerning the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden.
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[VO-NAT]
[super=@file]


Iran's state radio quotes un-named sources saying bin Laden was captured in Pakistan -quote - a long time ago.
The station also says that U-S Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's trip to the region this week was in connection with the arrest.
The U-S and Pakistan deny the report.
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[11Grundy-Shooting]


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It was an emotional day for Peter Odighizuwa (oh-dig-uh-ZOO'-wah) yesterday as he burst into tears after hearing he was sentenced to life in prison.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Grundy/File Tape]


Television cameras weren't allowed in the courtroom, as the 45 year old former student pled guilty to capital murder.
Odighizuwa said he wished he could bring back the three people he killed at the Appalachian school of law.
Police said Odighizuwa was angry about flunking out of his classes when he took a gun to the school and started shooting.
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Richard Burrow yesterday chose Charlottesville as the venue for this second fraud trial.
But his lawyers kept arguing to keep the trial in Roanoke.
Earlier this month,
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[vo-nat]
a federal judge ruled that the National D-Day Memorial's former president's second trial would be moved from Roanoke and Lynchburg because of extensive news coverage. He gave Burrow's lawyers a choice of five locations.
Defense attorney John Lichtenstein said Charlottesville was best for convenience, expense and the possibility for a fair trial.
Burrow faces 10 counts of fraud and two counts of perjury in his second trial. It's scheduled to begin Sept. 13.


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[11County-Ax]


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Three people were taken to the hospital after an accident in Roanoke County.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Last Night;]


The accident happened just before seven last night in the Glenvar area.
Officials say 59 year old William McNew was driving west on West Main Street and 69 year old Ovella Shaver was turning onto Fort Lewis Church Road from eastbound West Main Street.
The two cars hit head-on.
McNew was airlifted to the hospital. Shaver, and her passenger 61 year old Phyllis Burton were also taken to an area hospital.
Police say there is no sign of speeding or alcohol use.
All parties appear to have been wearing seat belts.
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[11Bassett-Jobs]


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Several furniture makers in Henry County are primed for new workers.
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[VO-NAT ]
[SUPER=03-Bassett;]

Bassett Furniture has been working with the Virginia Employment Commission to find up to 1-hundred workers. For the last three weeks, the V-E-C has been sending out letters to more than 1-hundred-fifty qualified workers, but is still waiting to hear back from them to submit applications.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=I know we have...]

((JOYCE SNEAD/VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION MANAGER; I KNOW WE HAVE THE WORKFORCE HERE, AND I KNOW PEOPLE WANT TO WORK. WE DO HAVE A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER IN TRAINING. ))
[SUPER=01-Joyce Snead/Virginia Employment Commission Manager;]
[RUNS=7]
[OUT Q=number in training.]
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[VO-NAT]

Bassett is considering holding a job fair to attract potential employees but no date or time has been set. Stanley Furniture is also holding a job fair, that will be held March 10th. Anyone interested can contact the Virginia Employment Commission in Martinsville.
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Whether you think he's "The Greatest" or a draft-dodger, the idea to honor Muhammad Ali didn't go over without a fight.
A freshman delegate from Roanoke made a motion yesterday to adjourn for the day in honor Ali, who he calls his hero.
And while such motions are usually granted without objection, Richmond Bureau Chief Meghan Muldoon tells us that wasn't the case this time.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=IN RECOGNITION OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH]
[SUPER=03-Richmond; :00]
[SUPER=@Ware; :12]
[SUPER=01-Del. Mark Cole/(R) Fredericksburg; :34]
[SUPER=01-Del. Robert Hull/(D) Falls Church; 1:04 quick!]
[SUPER=01-Del. Dwight Jones/(D) Richmond; 1:17]
[SUPER=@Meghan1; 1:30]
[RUNS=1:45]
[OUT Q=MM, News 7 Richmond.]

(( In recognition of Black History Month, Roanoke Delegate Onzlee Ware asked that the House adjourn for the day in honor of his personal hero, Muhammad Ali.
[SOT :55:32]

((DELEGATE ONZLEE WARE/D-ROANOKE: THIS MAN IS A SYMBOL OF INTEGRITY AND DISCIPLINE HE FACED MANY ADVERSITIES IN HIS LIFE BUT HE WORKED HARD TO RISE ABOVE THEM TO REACH THE PINNACLE OF FAME AND RESPECT.)) [RUNS:14]
[OUT Q=.]


But Fredericksburg Delegate Mark Cole objected to the normally routine motion.
The Republican said Ali was not worthy of the honor.
And he called the former boxing champion a draft dodger and a man of questionable moral character.
[SOT 12:28:50]

((DELEGATE MARK COLE/R-FREDERICKSBURG: THE MAN REFUSED TO SERVE HIS COUNTRY AND TRIED TO, I THINK, HIDE BEHIND THE CLOAK OF HIS FAITH EVEN THOUGH MANY IN HIS FAITH DID SERVE HIS COUNTRY BUT WHEN IT CAME TO MORAL ISSUES HE DID NOT ADHERE TO HIS FAITH SO I THINK THE MAN WAS A COWARD.)) [RUNS:20]
Other delegates spoke in favor of the tribute.
[SOT 01:01:09]

((DELEGATE ROBERT HULL/D-FALLS CHURCH: UNLIKE MANY WHO WENT TO CANADA, MUHAMMAD ALI WAS WILLING TO GO TO PRISON FOR HIS BELIEFS AND I THINK ITS FITTING THAT WE HONOR HIM.)) [RUNS:08]
Ware's motion passed with only a handful of delegates voting no.
After the voice vote, some were still questioning Cole's motives.
[SOT 12:31:13]

((DELEGATE DWIGHT JONES/D-RICHMOND: I THINK WHEN YOU START TALKING ABOUT PEOPLE'S MORAL CHARACTER YOU OPEN A PANDORA'S BOX AND THAT WE WOULD DO WELL TO LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE IN THE BODY POLITICK IN LIGHT OF WHAT WE'VE LEARNED ABOUT SOME OF THE FOUNDING FATHERS IN THE LAST FEW YEARS.)) [RUNS:13]
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As for Delegate Ware he told me he disagrees with his colleague.
But like Ali, he had the courage to stand up and say what he believed.))


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The Justice Department is ordering six Planned Parenthood clinics across the country to hand over patient medical records.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-San Diego, CA]


But the San Diego Chapter of Planned Parenthood says it will not comply. The government wants the records to use as part of its defense to lawsuits challenging the federal ban on partial-birth abortions.
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[SOT:11]
[IN Q=rest assured]

((REST ASSURED PLANNED PARENTHOOD WILL NOT RELEASE THE NAMES OF ANY OF OUR PATIENTS. WE VALUE THE TRUST THE COMMUNITY HAS GIVEN US AND WE WILL NOT VIOLATE PATIENT PRIVACY))
[SUPER=01-Mark Salo/Planned Parenthood President and CEO]
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[OUT Q=violate patient privacy]
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[VO-NAT]

The subpoenas required the clinics to produce all records in the last year of surgical abortions performed on women 20 weeks after their last menstrual period. Attorney General John Ashcroft says every precaution would be taken to ensure the identities of the patients would be protected.
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Meanwhile, Planned Parenthood is involved in a lawsuit to get the government to overturn the Partial-Birth Abortion Act that was signed into law last year.

[College-Sex]


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The University of Colorado will face a state investigation into the recent sex scandal allegations.
Jennifer Miller has the story.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=after weeks of having]
[SUPER=03-Denver, CO; :00]
[SUPER=01-Governor Bill Owens/(R) Colorado; :17]
[SUPER=01-Gary Barnet/Head Football Coach; :44 - quick]
[SUPER=Jennifer Miller/CBS News; :50]
[SUPER=01-Karen Steinhauser/Legal Expert; 1:09]
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[OUT Q=jennifer miller cbs news, denver]

((AFTER WEEKS OF HAVING SEXUAL ASSAULT ALLEGATIONS LOBBED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADOS FOOTBALL PROGRAM, THE STATE IS LAUNCHING ITS OWN INVESTIGATION. FRIDAY, THE GOVERNOR APPOINTED HIS TOP COP TO LOOK INTO RECRUITING PRACTICES AND CHARGES OF SEXUAL ASSAULT.
GOVERNOR BILL OWENS/ (R) COLORADO The facts need to bet put on the table with no spin, no whitewash and no excuses.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT COMES AFTER A STRING OF REPUTATION-RUINING ALLEGATIONS.
BOULDERS DISTRICT ATTORNEY SAYS THE ATHLETIC PROGRAM USES SEX AND ALCOHOL TO RECRUIT PLAYERS. SINCE LAST MONTH, SEVEN WOMEN HAVE ACCUSED FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF SEXUALLY ASSAULTING THEM. AND AFTER FORMER KICKER KATIE HNIDA PUBLICLY CLAIMED SHE HAD BEEN ASSAULTED, COACH GARY BARNETT CRITICIZED HER PLAYING SKILLS.
GARY BARNET/HEAD FOOTBALL COACH She was awful.
STANDUP BRIDGE: THE COMMENTS GOT HIM SUSPENDED, THE SCHOOL HIRED A SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO OVERSEE THE ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT AND THE BOARD OF REGENTS APPOINTED AN INDEPENDENT PANEL TO INVESTIGATE RECRUITING PRACTICES.

(NATS OF NEWS CONFERENCE)

BUT THE GOVERNOR WANTS THE REGENTS TO ADD A SEXUAL ASSAULT PROSECUTOR AND VICTIMS ADVOCATE TO THE PANEL, AND HE GAVE IT SUBPOENA POWER.
KAREN STEINHAUSER/LEGAL EXPERT "They can issue a subpoena for anyone they want to talk to including football players, anyone in the administration, police officers, anyone."
BUT THE PANELS REPORT ISNT DUE UNTIL THE END OF APRIL, THE GOVERNOR HOPES A SPECIAL PROSECUTOR CAN RESOLVE THE PROBLEM SOONER .... SAYING THE UNIVERSITY AND ITS REPUTATION ARE AT STAKE. JENNIFER MILLER CBS NEWS, DENVER.))


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[JOY ONE SHOT]
Planned Parenthood of the Blue Ridge has started a free teen clinic --where everything is confidential. [JOY/GUEST TWO SHOT]
[SUPER=01-David Nova/Planned Parenthood of the Blue Ridge]


Here to tell us more about is David Nova the director.
1-why was this started 2-what services are offered 3-age group 4- how can you assure teenager its confidential

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[take 9702 Planned P-hood Board FS] The Teen Clinic is held every third Thursday of the month from 2:30 to 6:30pm. For more information you can call Planned Parenthood at 540-562-3457.
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Don't go away. News 7 Saturday Morning will be right back.

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It's not unusual to find animal paintings -- but it is uncommon
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN]

to find artwork actually painted by a dog or cat. But that's what is featured at this artshow. About 40 original paintings from homeless animals are part this showcase accompanied by a profile of the artists. The money raised goes to
support a mobile surgical van that provides low and no-cost spay and neuter services to homeless animals in Minnesota.


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[Art-Expo]


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((Brent ad libs))

[SUPER=01-Diane Gallant/Celebration Arts Expo; ]
[SUPER=01-Karen Sewell/Artist]



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[BRING PICTURES FS OVER INTERVIEW]
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[take info board fs]
The Celebration Arts Expo will be April 10 from 7 AM to 5 PM at the Wyndham Grand Ballroom. If you are interested in being a vendor at the event, call Diane at (434) 610 - 1330.
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[VO-NAT]
[ENG#1]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... Rumors have surfaced this morning that Osama Bin Laden has been captured.
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[VO-NAT]
[ENG#2]

And the trial of the former D-Day memorial President has been moved out of Roanoke. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[China-Talks]


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After four days of talks -- the U-S and North Korea still have not resolved the issue over the country's nuclear program.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Beijing, China]

This is the second round of talks organized by China to bring some resolution to situation. The U-S is demanding that North Korea dismantle its nuclear program.
U-S officials says the talks were successful even though there were no major break through.
A North Korean officials blames the U-S for being unwilling to solve the problem.
Both parties have agreed to hold more senior-level talks before July.
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Dr. Cecil Knox's office manager will get a court-appointed lawyer and it will be the same attorney she HIRED to defend her the first time.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/October]

The order was entered yesterday, granting Bev Boone court-appointed counsel. She convinced the judge the first trial on illegal drug distribution and racketeering charges had all-but bankrupted her. Attorney Bill Cleaveland will represent Boone at taxpayer's expense this time, as he gets ready for the new trial in April.
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Jerry Eller says it's only natural that his mother and brother would have died together.
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[VO-NAT]

The bodies of 83- year- old Ruby Eller and her son, 54- year- old Jackie, were found early Thursday morning in their burned out home.
[SUPER=03-Pulaski Co.;]

The Pulaski County natives had lived together all their lives. Relatives say Ruby's body was found next to her son's bed - she'd apparently been trying to wake him up. The hundred- year- old farm house off Clark Ferry Road was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived early Thursday morning. Police are still investigating the cause, but the family has been told there's so little left of the home they may never know what started the blaze.
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Three people are recovering from injuries sustained in an accident last night in Roanoke County.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Last Night;]


The accident happened just before seven in the Glenvar area.
Officials say 59 year old William McNew was driving west on West Main Street and 69 year old Ovella Shaver was turning onto Fort Lewis Church Road from eastbound West Main Street.
The two cars hit head-on.
McNew was airlifted to the hospital. Shaver, and her passenger 61 year old Phyllis Burton were also taken to an area hospital.
Police say there is no sign of speeding or alcohol use.
All parties appear to have been wearing seat belts.
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How long has the Grand Canyon been around? A new book is raising controversy over the issue.
Jerry Bowen explains.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=It's one of the worlds]
[SUPER=01-Jerry Bowen/CBS News; :31]
[SUPER=01-Brad Wallace/Grand Canyon Association; :46]
[SUPER=01-John Morris/Institute for Creation Research; 1:06]
[SUPER=01-Eugenie Scott/National Center for Science Education; 1:15]
[SUPER=01-Jeff Ruch/Employees for Environmental Responsibility; 1:34]
[RUNS=2:05]
[OUT Q=jerry bowen cbs news at the grand canyon.]

((ITS ONE OF THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD:

(NAT SOT:/COUPLE AT RIM) "OOH. LOOK!"


AND, BY ANY ACCOUNT, VERY OLD:

(SOT:/PARK RANGER) "THE ACTUAL GRAND CANYON, THIS COMBINATION OF ROCK

AND AIR SPACE IS CONSIDERED TO BE FIVE TO SIX MILLION YEARS OLD."
NOT SO FAST. THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE ITSELF HAS APPROVED SALE OF A NEW BOOK RIGHT IN PARK STORES THAT REPUDIATES THE LONG ACCEPTED TIMETABLE. A BOOK THAT SAYS THE CANYON IS JUST 10-THOUSAND YEARS OLD.

(ON CAM) "IN FACT THE BOOK CLAIMS THE GRAND CANYON WAS FORMED NOT BY AN

ACT OF NATURE BUT BY AN ACT OF GOD. BY THE SAME GREAT FLOOD MENTIONED IN THE OLD TESTAMENT."
THE FLOOD THAT NOAH'S ARK SURVIVED. THE GRAND CANYON ASSOCIATION, THE PARK'S BOOK STORE VENDOR, RECOMMENDED THE BOOK:

(SOT: BRAD WALLACE, GRAND CANYON ASSOCIATON) "WE JUST THOUGHT IT WAS AN

APPROPRIATE ALTERNATIVE VIEWPOINT TO BRING FORWARD."

(SOT: JERRY WITH JOHN MORRIS, PRESIDENT, INSTITUTE FOR CREATION

RESEARCH/011216)
(JB) WHAT HAPPENED AFTER THE FLOOD? (JM) AS THE WATERS DRAINED OFF OF

THE CONTINENTS, IT WOULD HAVE CARVED OFF CANYONS LIKE THIS." THE INSTITUTE FOR CREATION RESEARCH CONTRIBUTED TO THE BOOK. IT SAYS THE BIBLE, NOT EVOLUTION, BEST EXPLAINS THE GRAND CANYON:

(SOT:/JOHN MORRIS/010608) "THIS BOOK IS NOT ABOUT FAITH. THIS IS A

DIFFERENT SCIENTIFIC VIEW OF THE ORIGIN OF THE CANYON."
BOGUS SCIENCE SAY CRITICS:

(SOT:/DR. EUGENIE SCOTT, NAT CTR FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION) "CERTAINLY IF A

BOOK WERE PROPOSED THAT SAID THAT POLAR BEARS LIVE IN THE GRAND CANYON THE PARK WOULD SAY 'NO' THIS IS BAD SCIENCE. WE'RE NOT GOING TO HAVE IT. AND THIS IS WORSE."
THE PARK SERVICE'S OWN GEOLOGISTS WANT THE BOOK REMOVED. CRITICS SEE IT AS ONE MORE EXAMPLE OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION FAVORING ITS POLITICAL BASE:

(SOT:/JEFF RUCH/PUB. EMPLOYEES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY) "THE

PARK SERVICE LEADERSHIP IS CATERING TO THE FUNDAMENTALIST CHRISTIAN RIGHT TO THE POINT WHERE ITS TAKING THE POSITION THAT GEOLOGY DOESN'T EXIST."
NOT SO SAYS THE PARK SERVICE WHICH IS TRYING TO DIG ITSELF OUT OF A VERY DEEP HOLE.

(SOT:/BRAD WALLACE/195409) "THIS IS ONLY ONE BOOK OUT OF A THOUSAND

ITEMS THAT CARRIES THIS ALTERNATIVE VIEWPOINT AND I DON'T SEE THAT AS THREATENING TO THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY." (:08)
ONE LITTLE BOOK THAT IS SPEAKING VOLUMES ABOUT THAT COMBUSTIBLE MIX OF POLITICS AND RELIGION. JERRY BOWEN CBS NEWS AT THE GRAND CANYON.))



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Last week's Mega Millions jackpot winner has yet to step forward and claim the 239 million dollars.
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[VO-NAT]


The director of the Virginia Lottery says that's not necessarily a bad sign.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=We hope that]

((PENELOPE KYLE/VIRGINIA LOTTERY DIRECTOR; WE HOPE THE REASON THAT THEY HAVEN'T COME FORWARD YET IS THAT THEY'RE GETTING THE KINF OF ADVIE ANY ONE OF US WOULD NEED IF WE HAD A WINDFALL THE SIZE OF 239 MILLION.))
[SUPER=01-Penelope Kyle/Virginia Lottery Director]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=239 million.]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Stephens City]


The winning ticket was sold in the Shenandoah Valley.
So far the Virginia lottery's heard from two lawyers-- One from Virginia professing to represent the winner.... another from out of state who says their client was driving through the state and bought the winning ticket.
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Coming up after the break Mike Stevens will fill us in on last night's regional tournament action.
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[VO-NAT]

And Anna Wentworth will join us to review the new movie that's getting plenty of passionate response.
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[SUPER=43-Chevis Swearingen/Martinsville; ]


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[Biz-Review]


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[ENG#=1]


A company with national ties files for bankruptcy, while another makes its presence know on the east coast. And it may not be textiles, but furniture makers in Southside are hiring. Donald Graham has more in News 7's Business Review.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[SUPER=03-Buchanan; :05]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./January 2003; :21]
[SUPER=03-Bassett; :38]
[SUPER=03-Radford/Last Month; :53]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; 1:08]
[SUPER=01-Richard Lan/Maple Leaf Bakery CEO; 1:17]
[SUPER=19-Donald Graham/Reporting; 1:33]
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[TAPE#=04-03 TC25:38]

A national company with local ties files for bankruptcy. Ogleby Norton, the parent company of Global Stone James River in Buchanan, says the filing will not affect operations at any of its plants. Nearly 80 people work at the Buchanan plant. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=04-09 TC-13:02]

A Swedish company is buying part of Ingersoll Rand, including a production facility in Roanoke. Atlas Copco will buy Drillign Solutions, a company owned by Ingersoll Rand that makes construction, mining, and well drilling equipment. About 40 people work at the Roanoke plant. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=03-55 TC1:16:58]

Furniture makers in Henry County are looking for workers. Bassett furniture is hiring up to 100 new people. Stanley furniture is looking for employees too. They're holding a job fair in March to find new workers. Anyone interested can call the Virginia Unemployment commission. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=04-09 TC13:41]

Radford's loss may be Pulaski's gain. Pulaski county is now interested in a school for troubled teens that could create 70 new jobs. Radford City Council turned down a request by Concept One to turn an empty building into the school. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=503-06 tc 1:59:31]

Maple Leaf Bakery cut the ribbon on a new production line dedicated to making sandwich rolls for all Quizno's sandwich shops on the East coast.
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[SOT 18:23:47 - 18:24:02]
[IN Q=Uh, it's wonderful.]

((RICHARD LAN/MAPLE LEAF BAKERY CEO: UH, IT'S WONDERFUL. NOT ONLY IS IT A GREAT ADDITION TO OUR FACILITY IN ROANOKE BUT IT ALSO GIVES US THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO THINGS WITH QUIZNOS AROUND THE WORLD. WE'RE NOW MAKING BREAD FOR THEM IN CALGARY AND THE U.K. SO IT'S A GREAT PARTNERSHIP WITH A GLOBAL COMPANY.)) [RUNS:15]
[OUT Q=great partnership with a global company.]
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The new line runs 24 hours a day, and can produce nearly 5-thousand loaves an hour.
For News 7, I'm Donald Graham and that's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]))