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[roll cold out of the open] Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
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((The passing of a President. I'm Jennifer Miller in Santa Monica California. Coming up, plans to honor President Reagan.))
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[TAKE JENN VIA MICROWAVE FULL] ((Jenn Adlibs))
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[ANCHOR=Susan]


We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes. [2-shot toss to Hello]

[Miller-Reagan]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Reagan Obit]


After battling Alzheimer's for a decade, Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States, died at his Los Angeles home. Reagan was 93. The former President died yesterday at one o'clock Pacific time from pneumonia. His wife and two of his children were at his side. Funeral plans are still being finalized. Reagan's body is expected to be taken to his presidential library and museum in Simi Valley, California. It will then flown to Washington to lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda. His funeral is expected to be at the National Cathedral. The body is to be returned to California for a sunset burial at his library. Jennifer Miller has the latest from Santa Monica.

[LIVE= Jennifer Miller /FULL]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News;]
[SUPER=05-Santa Monica, CA]


((ROLLCUE:..ROLLED FROM CBS.))

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[SOT]
[IN Q=NATS- Throughout the night...]
[SUPER=01-Michael Bloise/Maryland Resident; :14]
[SUPER=04-MLB International; :24]
[SUPER=01-Rabbi Marvin Hier/Simon Wiesenthal Center; :39]
[RUNS=1:30]
[OUT Q=STD]

(( (( nats: mourners / admirers ))
Throughout the night - an outpouring of grief and admiration flowed across a nation mourning the loss of Ronald Wilson Reagan . one America's most popular Presidents had died after a 10 year battle with alzheimers.

((SOT: MICHAEL BLOISE, FROM MARYLAND: I THINK HE WAS A GREAT MAN WHO WON THE COLD WAR. HE WILL BE MISSED BY MANY PEOPL

E."))
News of Reagan's death caused Americans to take pause at - Times Square - and at Yankees stadium.
((NATS FROM BASEBALL GAME: ANNOUNCER AT GAME: "GREAT AMERICAN... DIED TODAY AT 93"))
at the funeral home in California where the late President was taken Saturday afternoon - an impromptu memorial of flowers and flags amassed as the night wore on.

((SOT: RABBI MARVIN HIER / DEAN AND FOUNDER OF SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTER: "HE WAS A SPECIAL PERSON AND I AM SURE HE WILL

BE FONDLY REMEMBERED BY AMERICANS AND PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD." ))
Tomorrow the President's body will be moved to the Reagan Library for two days... he will then be flown to washington where he will lie in state. services will be held friday at the national cathedral, then the president will return to california one final time for a sunset burial at his library. President Bush gave tribute from France where Europe is honoring the 60th Anniversary of D-Day .

((SOT: BUSH FROM FRANCE))


((JENNIFER MILLER, REPORTING: REAGAN S PASSING LEAVES BEHIND ONLY FOUR FORMER U-S PRESIDENTS. REAGAN THE 40TH PRESIDENT WAS CONSIDERED THE GREAT COMMUNICATOR AND PRAISED WITH ENDING THE COLD WAR. THE PATRIOT WHO FOUGHT FOR FREEDOM WILL LIKELY BE REMEMBERED FOR EVEN MORE. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, SANTA MONICA CALIFORNIA.)) ))


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[Local-Reagan]
[anchor=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=04-09 TC-1:47:39]
[GRAPHIC=Reagan]
[ENG#=2]


Before Reagan fell ill, he made several visits to the Commonwealth. Myranda Stephens takes a look back at some of them.
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[SUPER=03-Detroit, MI/1980; :00]
[SUPER=03-Richmond/1980; :09]
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[SUPER=07-Rev. Jerry Falwell; 1:39]
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[OUT Q=But his legacy lives on.]

((
Former President Ronald Reagan's campaigning in the Commonwealth started in 1980 after he won the GOP nomination.

Reagan rallied with Republicans in Richmond, and was uplifted by the younger generation there to support the Republican cause.
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[IN Q=OH HOW HAPPY ]

((OH HOW HAPPY i AM TO SEE ALL YOU YOUNG PEOPLE HERE (APPLAUSE) YOU'RE WHAT THIS ELECTION'S, YOU'RE WHAT THIS ELECTION'S ABOUT. THE COUNTRY THAT YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE WHEN IT'S YOUR TURN TO TAKE OVER.))
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Reagan also made his way to Lynchburg that year, seeking support from Jerry Falwell and the National Religious Broadcasters at a rally at Liberty University.
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[IN Q=I BELIEVE]

((RONALD REAGAN: I BELIEVE THE PRESIDENT DOES HAVE THE POWERS OF MORAL SUASION. THAT IT CAN SET A STANDARD THROUGH THE APPOINTEES IT MAKES AND THE PRESIDENCY OR THE AND THE ADMINISTRATION. I BELIEVE THAT THE HALLS OF GOVERNMENT ARE WELL NIGH AS SACRED AS THE CHURCHES, THE TEMPLES, THE SYNAGOGUES, THE CATHEDRALS OF OUR RELIGION. IF GOVERNMENT SITS THAT KIND OF STANDARD, THEN I THINK IT WILL BE DONE A GREAT SERVICE FOR THE COUNTRY IN THAT WAY.))
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Falwell and the "Moral Majority" supported the actor-turn politician's bid for president, and were encouraged by his win.
Falwell saw Reagan as the person who would return America to what the reverend called its "moral sanity".
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((WE HAVE A PRESIDENT-ELECT WHO HAS SAID "WE WILL HELP YOU RETURN PRAYER TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS" WE HAVE A PRESIDENT-ELECT WHO HAS SAID "I WILL WORK HARD TO RETURN AMERICA TO THAT POSITION OF NUMBER ONE IN THE WORLD IN MILITARY MIGHT FOR THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM AND PEACE...))
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Reagan remained popular with Americans, even after he left office in 1989.
Five years later, his wife announced that he was suffering from Alzheimer's disease, and he fell from the public spectrum.
But his legacy lives on.))
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[anchor=susan]
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Funeral arrangements for President Reagan are expected to be announced later this morning.



[Normandy]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=sba]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=D-Day Anniversary]
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60 years ago today - U.S. and allied forces began a daring campaign to free France from the Nazis.
Now known simply as D-day--- American vets are called back to Normandy, France with open arms and heartfelt thank you'

s. Stacy Case reports.


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[IN Q=NATS- 60-YEARS OF FREEDOM...]
[SUPER=03-Normandy, France; :00]
[SUPER=01-Ralph Lanley/WWII Veteran; :49]
[SUPER=01-Jacques Chirac/French President; 1:19]
[SUPER=04-June 6, 1944; 1:24]
[SUPER=01-Stacy Case/CBS News; 1:28]
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((some ceremony music---


60 years of freedom and a life time of thanks.
NAT: ceremony music up again

in a show of solidarity for shared values--- president bush and french president jacques chirac paid tribute to america
n d-day vets--- those who are back and those who never left


((BUSH... NO SUPER TBA ))
the 60th anniversary ceremony of d-day overlooks the american cemetery, the final resting place of nearly 10 thousand war dead. it brings seasoned vets to the brink of emotion. still brave, but not afraid to cry.

((SOT: TBA.. ))



presidents bush and chirac moved past recent differences on iraq--- focusing solely on the reason for this reunion.


((SUPER: JACQUES CHIRAC/FRENCH PRESIDENT -- SOMETHING ABOUT WE WILL NEVER FORGET. ))
u-s and allied forces stormed the beaches of normandy, freeing france from germany's grip. success in the sand later paved the way for victory and the end of world war ii.

((STACY CASE/CBS NEWS: SOME 17 WORLD LEADERS ARE HERE FOR THE OCCASION--- FOR THE FIRST TIME GERMANY'S CHANCELLOR WAS I
NVITED. PREVIOUSLY, PRESIDENT BUSH LIKENED THE WAR ON TERROR TO THE LIBERATION OF EUROPE--- SOMETHING PRESIDENT CHIRAC

WOULD NOT ECHO AND SOMETHING MR BUSH DID NOT REPEAT TODAY. STACY CASE CBS NEWS NORMANDY. ))))





[D-Day-Pkg]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. Morning]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=04-28 1:23]
[GRAPHIC=Hold]

As we just told you, it was the largest air, land and sea battle the world has ever seen. Here in the U.S. - people across the country will pause to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Susan & Jennifer/Microwave;]

A number of events are planned at the National D- Day Memorial to remember the event and that's where we find Jennifer Wishon. Good Morning Jennifer. Good Morning Susan here at the base of the Peaks of Otter it's hard to tell exactly where the D- Day Memorial ends and the City of Bedford begins.
[LIVE=Jennifer/FULL]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1;]
[SUPER=05-Bedford;]

Many World War Two veterans, their spouses and their friends are now in their 80's, but the memories of how this small town was shaken 60 years ago today will always live here at the National D- Day Memorial. ((ROLLCUE: here at the National D-Day Memorial))
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(([SOT]

((NATS OF WWII OPENING SHOT)) It was a moment in time that steered the course of the world.
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[SOT Tape 01-42 TC 13:54:26]
[IN Q=Free societies in Europe]

((PRESIDENT BUSH: FREE SOCIETIES IN EUROPE CAN BE TRACED [COVER BITE HERE] TO THE FIRST FOOT PRINTS ON THE FIRST BEACH ON JUNE 6, 1944.))
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[OUT Q=on June 6, 1944]

Many of those first foot prints were made by the boots of some 30 brave men from Bedford. 19 of them lost their lives that day. One was Earl Parker - A husband and father who would never met his daughter, Mary Daniel Parker. "Danny," as she's known, was born while Earl was on active duty. She was 16 months old the day he died. Donning her Girl Scouts uniform she laid a wreath at this first D- Day Memorial. The plaque- laid in a stone from France- lists the names of all the Bedford Boys killed on D- Day and still stands in front of the Bedford Courthouse today.
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((NATS OF GUNS))
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[TAPE 01-41 TC 11:24:38 SHOT OF CONSTRUCTION OF OVERLORD ARCH] Bedford residents lived with stories like that of Earl Parker for 57 years before a fitting memorial was erected in 2001. Today hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world have visited the memorial and paid tribute to people like Ray Nance- the former Army Lieutenant who landed on the beaches of Normandy 60 years ago with Company A. A few years back he shared this memory with News 7's Keith Humphry.
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[SOT TAPE 01-41 TC 11:18:02]
[IN Q=At one point on that beach]

((RAY NANCE: AT ONE POINT ON THE BEACH IT LOOKED LIKE IT WAS JUST HOPELESS. PEOPLE WERE GETTING KNOCKED OFF AROUND ME AND IT LOOKED LIKE IT WAS THE END FOR ME TOO AND I REMEMBER LOOKING UP. I DIDN'T SEE A THINK UP THERE, BUT SHORTLY AFTER THE NICEST COMFORTING WARM FEELING SETTLED ON ME AND THEN I KNEW IT WAS ALRIGHT. Keith Humphry: God said your time wasn't up yet. WELL I TOOK IT THAT WAY.))
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[LIVE=Jennifer/FULL]
[SUPER=05-Bedford;]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Susan & Jennifer/Microwave;]

Susan, coming up a little later in the newscast we'll have a preview of events taking place here at the D- Day Memorial today and hear from Alex Kershaw - author of the book "The Bedford Boys."

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[ANCHOR=Susan]
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[WRITER=jen]
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A local band is getting tuned up for the finale of Festival in the Park tonight - and we'll get a preview of their performance coming up
[ANCHOR=Brent]

and
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[VO-NAT]


It may be known for its speedway, but we're shifting gears the the artistic side of Callaway in today's hometown.
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[Health-Review]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
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[ENG#=1]


In health review,
Many eligible seniors are not taking advantage of Medicare's drug discount program.
And the Carilion Medical Center plays a role in a nationwide trial on the best treatments for heart failure.
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[take health review fs]
Joy Sutton has more in today's Health Review.
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[IN Q=Every year more than 250-thousand american]
[SUPER=04-Guidant Video;00]
[SUPER=01-Dr. John Schmedtje/Carilion Medical Center; :20]
[SUPER=01-Hayward Statum/Xcelerated Performance Trainer; 1:13]
[SUPER=01-Gus Moysakis/Pharmacist; 1:48]
[SUPER=01-Shannon Abell/LOA Area Agency on Aging; 1:59]
[SUPER=@JOY2; 2:17]
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[OUT Q=I'm Joy Sutton]
[TAPE#=504-05, 48:01]

(( Every year about 250-thousand Americans die from heart failure. That's why Carilion took part in a study on different treatment options.
One group was given drug therapy. The second received medication AND patients were implanted with a type of pacemaker. The third group received the medication as well as a combination pacemaker and defibrillator.
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[IN Q=It turned out the group that had]

((IT TURNED OUT GROUP THAT HAD MOST ADVANCE TECHNOLOGY INVOLVING THE SYNCHRONIZATION DEVICE AND DEFIBRILLATOR. THEY HAD SIGNIFICANTLY LOWER RATES OF DEATH OVER THE COURSE OF TWO YEARS IN THE STUDY. IN FACT THEIR DEATH RATES WERE ABOUT 36 PERCENT LESS THAN IN PATIENTS WHO JUST RECEIVED MEDICATION ALONE))
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The study is leading doctors to rethink how they should treat patients.
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((I THINK WHAT IT TELLS US WE NEED TO APPLY THIS TECHNOLOGY MUCH MORE WIDELY THAN BEFORE. PREVIOUSLY THOUGH WE HAD THESE DEVICES WE WERE ONLY PUTTING THEM IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE ABNORMALITY OR SEVERE HEART FAILURE ))
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[OUT Q=severe heart failure]
[TAPE#=504-00 57:30]


In other news, There's a new fitness trend that's focused on on functional core training, or strengthening the muscles that surround the waist.
Xcelerated Performance only offers this type of workout to its clients instead of weight machines.
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[SOT37:38]
[IN Q=It's not like we eliminated weights from the picture at all]

((IT'S NOT LIKE WE ELIMINATED WEIGHTS FROM THE PICTURE AT ALL WE JUST DO WEIGHT TRAINING MORE IN A FUNCTIONAL EVERYDAY TYPE OF MANNER. SO YOU'RE GOING TO GET BENEFITS OF STRENGTHENING MOVEMENTS AS WELL AS GETTING THE CHISELED HARD LOOK EVERYBODY WANTS THE LEAN LOOK AS WELL ))
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[OUT Q=wants to look lean as well]


Another plus -- the trainers say strengthening your core --can prevent the majority of injuries.
[TAPE#=504-03 51:23]


Medicar's drug discount card program took affect Tuesday --but less than a fifth of eligible seniors are enrolled.
Pharmacist Gus Moysakis (Moy-sock-US) says that's because in some cases the saving with the cards is not worth the 30 dollar enrollment fee.
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[IN Q=By perception alone the difference is not signficant]

((BY PERCEPTION ALONE THE DIFFERENCE IS NOT SIGNIFICANT AT ALL. AS A MATTER OF FACT IN SOME CASES IT'S MORE THAN WHAT THEY WOULD PAY WITH A REGULAR 10-PERCENT DISCOUNT))
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[OUT Q=with a regular 10 percent discount]


But that's not the case for low-income seniors.
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((THEY'RE NOT SIGNING UP AND IT'S A FREE 6-HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH YEAR. SO OF COURSE WE WOULD ENCOURAGE LOW INCOME INDV. TO SIGN UP CAUSE IT'S FREE MONEY. EVEN IF THEY MADE A MISTAKE THEY COULD STILL SPEND THE 6-HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR ANY MEDICINE ))
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The LOA Area Agency on Aging says with more than 30 card to choose, many seniors are confused, and that's why they're not enrolling.
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[ANCHOR=SUSAN]
[Super=16-1-800-MEDICARE/Drug Discount Program]


For more on the program call 1-800-Medicare.
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[Electric-Soul]


[ANCHOR=Brent]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=2]


Three Hidden Valley students and one from Roanoke College have blended a little bit of the old with a little bit of new for their musical sound.
But Electric Soul isn't just making music behind the scenes, in fact, they will be performing later today at Roanoke's Festival in the Park and they are joining us this morning for a taste of what's in store.
Here they are with "Johnny B. Good"

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[SUPER=04-Electric Soul]
[SUPER=04-"Johnny B. Good"]

[bring cd cover fs] [bring performance info fs] [bring bump up over music]
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[2Open-Heads]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]

[roll cold out of the open]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]


Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning......

[ENG#=1]
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I'm Stacy Case]

((I'm Stacy Case in Normandy, France. Coming up, President Bush and French President Jacques Chirac put aside their differences to thank D-Day vets and memorialize those didn't make it home.))
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[OUT Q=didn't make it home]
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[TAKE JENN VIA MICROWAVE FULL] ((Jenn ad libs))
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[ANCHOR=Susan]

We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes. [2-shot toss to hello]

[2-Hello]


[ANCHOR=Susan 2-shot]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#none]
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[Re-Open]
Good morning, I'm Susan Bahorich.
[ANCHOR=Brent 2-shot]


And I'm Brent Watts.
[ANCHOR=Susan]


It's Sunday, June 6th. Welcome back to News-7 Sunday morning.
[ANCHOR=Brent]
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[ANCHOR=Susan]
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A man in Danville is in stable condition after being beaten with a beer bottle.
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[take wounding map fs]
Police say two men were fighting at a home on the 200 block of Parsons street when an unknown woman struck one of them with a glass beer bottle.
The 21 year old victim was transported to Danville Regional Medical Center were he underwent surgery for a severe lacceration to the upper left chest and a nick to the jugular vein.
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[anchor=susan]
[ss=none]

Danville Police are still investigating.
(XXXXXXXXX)

[TAKE CRIMELINE FULL]
Anyone with information is asked to call Danville Crimestoppers at 434-793- 0000.
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[Anniversary-Events]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. Morning]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=D-DAY ANNIVERSARY]

The National D-Day Memorial is expecting a large crowd today for the 60th Anniversary of D-Day.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Susan & Jennifer/Microwave;]

Jennifer Wishon joins us from Bedford once again where people have already starting arriving. Susan, the Memorial been planning for this day for months
[LIVE=Jennifer/FULL]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1]
[SUPER=05-Bedford]

and here to tell us a little bit about what we can expect is ????
??? The commemoration ceremony starts at 11, but there are number of things to do staring right now.

[SUPER=01-Jim Bryant/D-Day Veteran;]
[SUPER=01-Shannon Brooks/D-Day Memorial Assistant Site Manager;]


What can we expect from the ceremony at eleven?
Of course afterwards, visitors can be transported back in time by some 1940's music being performed at Bedford Elementary.
Thanks you for joining us. It's important to note that visitors will NOT be allowed to park at the Memorial until 1:00.
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[TAKE Parking FS] Until then parking has been set up at the Bedford Moose Lodge, Bedford Wal- Mart and Liberty Lake Park. Shuttle buses will then transport visitors to and from the memorial until 3:00.
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[DOUBLE BOXES=Susan & Jennifer/Microwave;]

Susan, Coming up tonight on News 7, myself and News photographer Clay Foltz will have complete coverage of the sounds and pictures of this special day.

[2-Miller-Reagan]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=sba]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Reagan]
[ENG#=3]

Around the world today there's praise for Ronald Reagan and sadness at the passing of the former president, who died at his home yesterday. He was 93. Jennifer Miller has the latest.

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[SOT]
[IN Q=NATS- Throughout the night...]
[SUPER=01-Michael Bloise/Maryland Resident; :14]
[SUPER=04-MLB International; :24]
[SUPER=01-Rabbi Marvin Hier/Simon Wiesenthal Center; :39]
[RUNS=1:30]
[OUT Q=STD]

(( (( nats: mourners / admirers ))
Throughout the night - an outpouring of grief and admiration flowed across a nation mourning the loss of Ronald Wilson Reagan . one America's most popular Presidents had died after a 10 year battle with alzheimers.

((SOT: MICHAEL BLOISE, FROM MARYLAND: I THINK HE WAS A GREAT MAN WHO WON THE COLD WAR. HE WILL BE MISSED BY MANY PEOPL

E."))
News of Reagan's death caused Americans to take pause at - Times Square - and at Yankees stadium.
((NATS FROM BASEBALL GAME: ANNOUNCER AT GAME: "GREAT AMERICAN... DIED TODAY AT 93"))
at the funeral home in California where the late President was taken Saturday afternoon - an impromptu memorial of flowers and flags amassed as the night wore on.

((SOT: RABBI MARVIN HIER / DEAN AND FOUNDER OF SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTER: "HE WAS A SPECIAL PERSON AND I AM SURE HE WILL

BE FONDLY REMEMBERED BY AMERICANS AND PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD." ))
Tomorrow the President's body will be moved to the Reagan Library for two days... he will then be flown to washington where he will lie in state. services will be held friday at the national cathedral, then the president will return to california one final time for a sunset burial at his library. President Bush gave tribute from France where Europe is honoring the 60th Anniversary of D-Day .

((SOT: BUSH FROM FRANCE))


((JENNIFER MILLER, REPORTING: REAGAN S PASSING LEAVES BEHIND ONLY FOUR FORMER U-S PRESIDENTS. REAGAN THE 40TH PRESIDENT WAS CONSIDERED THE GREAT COMMUNICATOR AND PRAISED WITH ENDING THE COLD WAR. THE PATRIOT WHO FOUGHT FOR FREEDOM WILL LIKELY BE REMEMBERED FOR EVEN MORE. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, SANTA MONICA CALIFORNIA.)) ))


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

[BOTH MICS HOT]
[ENG#=V10]


Coming up - Jennifer Wishon joins us live once again from the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford with the author of "the Bedford Boys"
[ANCHOR=Brent]

and
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[VO-NAT]


Living la vida loca - Six months after the fall of Bennifer, J-Lo reportedly ties the knot with her latest latin lover - Mark Anthony.
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[Alex-Kershaw]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. Morning]
[WRITER=jwi]
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Allied Forces suffered nearly 10-thousand casualties during the D- Day invasion. Bedford lost more men that day per capita than any other community in America.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Susan & Jennifer/Microwave;]

Jennifer Wishon joins us from Bedford - this time with a man who spent many hours researching Bedford's role in D- Day. Good Morning Jennifer... Good Morning once again Susan, the story of Bedford's troops was introduced to the world with the release of Alex Kershaw's book "The Bedford Boys."
[LIVE=Jennifer/FULL]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1]
[SUPER=05-Bedford]

I'm joined now by Mr. Kershaw - This book took lots and lots of research, what inspired you to write about the Bedford Boys?
[SUPER=01-Alex Kershaw/"The Bedford Boys" Author;]

[book cover fs - available to bring fs over interview] In the acknowledgments to your book you write "Bedford represents everything that is great and gracious about America," what did you mean by that?
You have a new book coming out called "The Few" which is also being turned into a movie.

[LIVE=Jennifer/FULL]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1]
[SUPER=05-Bedford]

Alex will be on hand this morning to sign copies of "The Bedford Boys" which are available in the D-Day Memorial Gift Shop.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Susan & Jennifer/Microwave;]

Susan, coming up a little later in the newscast we'll tell you about a number of other events taking place today to co

mmemorate the 60th anniversary of D-Day.[2-Electric-Soul]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=1]


Earlier we heard from a local group that's performing later today at Festival in the Park. They're back now with an original song, Electric Overture.

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[SOT]
[IN Q=music]
[SUPER=04-Electric Soul]
[SUPER=04-"Electric Overture"]

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Could the third time be a charm?
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According to US Weekly and People magazines -actress-singer-entrepreneur Jennifer Lopez has married Singer Marc Anthony. The magazines report Lopez and Anthony married in a small ceremony at her home yesterday- less than six-months after she ended her high-profiile engagement to Ben Affleck.
Anthony just divorced his wife a former Miss Universe last week in the Dominican Republic.
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[2BIRTHDAYS!] 6/7/04
Monday:

[SUPER=130-1/Kaylee Hall/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-1/Sidney Burks/Clifton Forge]



[SUPER=130-10/Dillon Craig/Ridgeway]



[SUPER=130-/Joan Law/Roanoke]



[SUPER=130-/Veta Stockton/Hillsville]



[SUPER=130-11/Kayla Wimmer/Rocky Mount]


Anniversary:
[SUPER=130-1st/Michael & Lisa Suthers/Buena Vista]


No Picture:

[SUPER=131-/Jessie Gardner/Cana]



[SUPER=131-/Tina Hostetter/Roanoke]



[SUPER=131-/Charlotte Pickle/Salem]



[SUPER=131-/Cynthia Gray/Roanoke]


[SUPER=131-/Tyrone Brown/Eagle Rock]