[Open-Heads]

[ANCHOR=Susan]

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


[roll cold out of the open]

[ENG#=1]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning - A North Carolina native seeks U-S clemency after defecting to North Korea decades ago
[ENG#=2]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]

and more than 30 people gather to discuss the actions of a Roanoke landlord. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
(-------------)


[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Jenkins]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=sba]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=3]

Accused Army deserter Charles Jenkins and his family are in Japan where he'll undergo medical treatment and risk U-S prosecution on charges he defected to North Korea in the 1960s.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Tokyo, Japan]

Jenkins will get treatment for stomach problems following an operation in North Korea. The Japanese government has pushed for U-S clemency for the North Carolina native, who met his Japanese wife in North Korea after she was kidnapped from Japan in 1978 by Northern agents. American officials have suggested they will allow him to be treated before seeking custody.
(------------)


[Iraq]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=sba]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Iraq]
[ENG#=4]

Hospital and local officials say a U-S airstrike in the Iraqi city of Fallujah has killed 10-people.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Iraq]

The U-S military command says the attack targeted a home, but provided no other details. A lieutenant in the Fallujah Brigade, a defense force that guards the city, says the house was occupied by civilians.
He says the sound of jet planes was heard before the blasts. The U-S has previously targeted what it says are safehouses in Fallujah belonging to Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (ahl-zahr-KOW'-ee).
(------------)


[11Bill-White]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=04-20 TC-1:20:16]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=1]

Bill White recently bought nine rental properties on Chapman Avenue in Roanoke.
He has been identified as a neo-nazi and racist by at least one group. This weekend, more than 30- people gathered to discuss his actions. As Jennifer Wishon reports, tenants fear discrimination, but White says he's simply a business man trying to improve a neighborhood.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Daryle Jenkins/One People's Project Co-Founder; :22]
[SUPER=01-Lisa Germanio/Tenant; :44]
[SUPER=01-Bill White/Landlord; 1:02]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1; 1:26]
[RUNS=1:45]
[OUT Q=JW, News 7.]


(([31:22 - OPENING SHOT] A number of Bill White's tenants and other concerned residents gathered in Roanoke under the guidance of One People's Project, a anti- racist watchdog group that reports on alleged racist groups and individuals on its website. Co- founder Daryle Jenkins says the group has been keeping an eye on Bill White for three years.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 5:50]
[IN Q=A lot of people]

((DARYLE JENKINS: A LOT OF PEOPLE WOULD LOOK AT SOMEBODY BEING A RACIST AND THINK IT'S NO BIG DEAL - HE HAS HIS RIGHT TO BELIEVE HOWEVER HE WISHES, BUT WHEN THOSE THOUGHTS AND WHEN THOSE BELIEFS TURN INTO ACTIONS AGAINST OTHER PEOPLE THEN YOU'VE GOTTA STEP IN AND THAT'S WHAT WE'RE DOING.))
[RUNS= 12]
[OUT Q=what we're doing]

At least three of White's tenants on Chapman Avenue attended the meeting where they voiced their concerns about the language White uses on his website Overthrow.com.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 46:06]
[IN Q=With me having]

((LISA: WITH ME HAVING A BI-RACIAL CHILD - THAT'S WHAT SCARES ME AND HOW HE HAS SAID HOW PREJUDICE HE IS TOWARDS PEOPLE THAT MIX RACE.))
[RUNS= 07]
[OUT Q=that mix race]

White says he's simply in town to make money and that his former girlfriend Erica Hardwick-Hoesch is turning a private dispute into a public matter.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 2:07:38]
[IN Q=]

((BILL WHITE: YOU HAVE A NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE PERSONAL DISPUTES WITH ME WHO ARE SORT OF COMING TOGETHER. IT DOESN'T MATTER. I MEAN THEY'RE ALL OUT OF HERE. IN OCTOBER NOT A SINGLE ONE OF THESE PEOPLE COMPLAINING ARE GOING TO BE LIVING HERE. THAT'S NOT BECAUSE OF ME - THAT'S BECAUSE OF THEIR REFUSAL TO HONOR THEIR RENTAL CONTRACTS.))
[RUNS= 12]
[OUT Q=]

Erica Hardwick-Hoesch declined our request for an on- camera interview, but says she's simply trying to protect "good, honest, hardworking people who don't deserve" mistreatment.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=White says he is]

((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@NEWS7.COM: WHITE SAYS HE IS NOT AT ALL DISTURBED BY SATURDAY'S ORGANIZED MEETING ABOUT HIM. IN FACT, HE SAYS HE ASKED SOME OF HIS TENANTS TO GO ON HIS BEHALF TO SEE WHAT WAS DISCUSSED. MEANWHILE, LEADERS WITH ONE PEOPLE'S PROJECT SAYS THEIR PRESENCE IN ROANOKE IS HERE TO STAY AND ENCOURAGE TROUBLED RESIDENTS TO TAKE THEIR CONCERNS TO CITY GOVERNMENT. THEY SAY THEY WILL MEET AGAIN AND DISCUSSED RAISING MONEY FOR LEGAL COUNSEL. JENNIFER WISHON, NEWS 7.))
[OUT Q=JW, News 7]))




[11Globaltex]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=Business News]


Jobs from Mexico are coming to Henry County.
While outsourcing keeps increasing in popularity, textile manufacturer Globaltex is closing plants south of the border and bringing them to southwest Virginia.
The company, which opened the Henry County plant earlier this year in the old V-F Imagewear facility, has operated a factory in Mexico since 1994. Officials say the move will be more profitable because it takes at least five weeks to fill orders from their Mexican plant, compared to just three weeks from the Henry County plant. The move is expected to add more than 150 jobs.

[Roanoke-Airport]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. Morning]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=04-28 31:11]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=2]


Roanoke Regional Airport is getting a major face lift.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Crews are now smoothing a section at the end of the runway and adding a drainage system. That will make the area safer for passengers if a plane ever slides off the runway. A new lighting system is also being installed. Renovations will wrap up next year when the runway gets an overhaul.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 13:20]
[IN Q=They have to take]

((JACKIE SHUCK: THEY HAVE TO TAKE THE RUNWAY DOWN ALMOST TO SURFACE AT THAT POINT AND GET A SLIGHT GRADE INCREASE OUT OF IT THAT'S SORT OF A HUMP.))
[SUPER=01-Jackie Shuck/Roanoke Regional Airport Director;]
[RUNS=07]
[OUT Q=sort of a hump]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]

The airport's new air- traffic- control tower is now complete and in the process of getting wired.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 12:19]
[IN Q=Now the FAA is in]

((JACKIE SHUCK: NOW THE FAA IS IN THERE BUSILY WORKING TO MAKE SURE ALL THE NAVIGATIONAL AIDS THAT ARE AROUND EITHER THE AIRPORT OR THE VALLEY ARE BEING HOOKED IN SO THE CONTROLLERS CAN SEE IT ALL.))
[RUNS=12]
[OUT Q=controllers can see it all]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]


Roanoke Regional plans to start using the new tower in December.
(------------)


[11US-Air]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=04-18 TC-1:34:21]
[GRAPHIC=Business News]
[ENG#=3]


The head of U-S Airways is asking labor leaders to make concessions to keep the company from filing for bankruptcy again.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape;]

Bruce Lakefield made the plea in his weekly phone message to the company's 28-thousand employees. The flight attendants' union and a union representing reservation agents and gate workers, have recently agreed to enter formal contract negotiations. The pilots' union is already at the bargaining table. The union representing machinists still shows no signs of talking with the company. They say the company could save millions of dollars by improving safety programs and listening to employees' suggestions on maintenance issues.
(------------)



[Tease#1]



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

[SUSAN MIC HOT ONLY!!!!!!!!]
[ENG#=4]

The newest employee at one New York hospital is delivering more than just technology. See how robots are working in health care after the break.
[ANCHOR=Brent]
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]
[IN Q=AND A LITTLE BIT LATER.]
[RUNS=14]
[OUT Q=ON N7 SUNDAY MORNING]
(-------------)

[Almanac Bump]
[Break #1]



[Hospital-Robots]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Medical News]
[ENG#=2]


It's not a sci-fi movie, or even something yet to come in the future. It's reality featuring "Spencer" the hospital robot.
Dr. Sean Kenniff takes a look at what robots are doing in the world of healthcare.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Yonkers, NY; :00]
[SUPER=01-John Masi/St. John's Riverside Hospital; :32]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS News; :54]
[RUNS=1:37]
[OUT Q=Dr. SK, CBS News]

(((((Yonkers, NY)
(nats- "I am about to move, please stand clear"):03

MEET ONE OF THE NEWEST EMPLOYEES AT SAINT JOHN'S RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL IN YONKERS, NEW YORK. 25:30ALTHOUGH IT LOOKS LIKE NOTHING MORE THAN A CART WITH A COMPUTER - THIS ROBOT CAN NAVIGATE HALLWAYS ON ITS OWN, GET ON AN ELEVATOR AND EVEN TALK.

(nats-"please stand clear"):02



(SOT-John Masi/St. John's Riverside Hospital)

"it speaks english but it's multi-lingual, depending on what areas of the country it can speak spanish, english." :05
FELLOW WORKERS HAVE NAMED THIS ROBOT SPENCER..... AND SPENCER'S JOB IS TO DELIVER DRUGS FROM THE PHARMACY TO NURSING STATIONS AROUND THE HOSPITAL.

SOT-masi again)

"well it saves money by the fact that it doesn't call in sick and
(vo)it's working (butt to) about 16 to 17 hours a day." :07


AND HERE'S "HOW" IT WORKS... DELIVERIES ARE PLACED INSIDE AND THE COMPUTER IS TOLD WHERE TO GO. SPENCER NAVIGATES THE HALLS WITH THE HELP OF RADIO FREQUENCIES SET UP THROUGHOUT THE HOSPITAL. SENSORS ON ALL SIDES ALLOW THE ROBOT TO MOVE AROUND OBSTRUCTIONS.

(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS)

AND EVEN THOUGH SPENCER DOESN'T HAVE ANY FINGERS IT CAN EVEN DO THIS.

(nats)

THE ROBOT USES A COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM TO SUMMON THE ELEVATOR AND CHOOSE A FLOOR. AND THE ONLY TIME SPENCER NEEDS HELP IS IF IT GETS CORNERED BY SOMEONE LIKE A T-V CAMERAMAN.

(Nats-"my way is blocked please move the obstacle")


ONLY AUTHORIZED WORKERS CAN OPEN THE ROBOT.... BOTH A PASSWORD AND A FINGER PRINT SCAN ARE NEEDED. ONCE THE PRESCRIPTIONS ARE DELIVERED SPENCER IS ON THE MOVE AGAIN.
nats- "I'm about to move please stand clear" nurse- "thanks spencer") :03
WHILE SPENCER WON'T SAY "YOUR WELCOME".... MORE AND MORE HOSPITALS AROUND THE COUNTRY ARE EMPLOYING THIS ROBOT TECHNOLOGY... FREEING UP THE HUMAN WORKERS TO CONCENTRATE ON PATIENTS. DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))



[Health-Review]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=Health Review 1:51:11]
[GRAPHIC=Health Review]
[ENG#=3]

In health review,
A new website makes it easy to compare hospitals.
The Jefferson College of Health Sciences will soon offer graduate programs.
And a comedian uses laughter to help people get past his disability.
(++++++++)

[take health review 9003ess fs]
Joy Sutton has details in today's health review.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=I was driving in from Baltimore]
[SUPER=01-Michael Aronin/Comedian & Motivational Speaker; :21]
[SUPER=01-Ann Latstetter/Lewis-Gale Medical Center; :58]
[SUPER=01-Rebecca Clark/Associate Dean Academic Services; 1:31]
[SUPER=01-Tona Saint-Louis/Student; 1:47]
[SUPER=@Joy2;2:00]
[RUNS=2:11]
[OUT Q=that's health review, I'm Joy Sutton]

((
(///// SOT /////)
[NAT SOT]
[IN Q= I was driving in from Baltimore got pulled over on 81]
((NAT SOT: I WAS DRIVING IN FROM BALTIMORE --GOT PULLED OVER ON 81. THANK GOD THE COP DIDN'T MAKE ME WALK A STRAIGHT LI

NE))
[RUNS= 08]
[OUT Q=a straight line]


Michael Aronin (uh-roah-in) has cerebral palsy. But he doesn't seem to mind making fun of himself. In fact, he uses his comedy to make people feel comfortable around him.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 16:37:18]
[IN Q=Through humore they see I'm ok with]

((THROUGH HUMOR THEY SEE I'M OK WITH WHO I AM AND IT GIVES THEM PERMISSION TO BE THEMSELVES AROUND ME))
[RUNS= 10]
[OUT Q=around me]


Aronin (uh-roah-in) has been a stand up comic for 12 years. He was in Salem last week to help celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Blue Ridge Independent Living Center, an organization that helps people with disabilities.
[TAPE#=504-02 1:21:25]


A new website is making it possible for patients to see how well their community hospital or other medical facility meets certain standards of care in treatment of heart attacks, heart failure, pneumonia, and pregnancy.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT22:47]
[IN Q=I think it will put pressure on hospitals.]

((I THINK IT WILL PUT PRESSURE ON HOSPITALS. I THINK THERE IS COMPETITION OUT THERE AND HOSPITAL WANT TO BE PERCEIVED AS PROVIDING THE BEST CARE ALL THE TIME. AND I THINK THAT'S A GOOD THING))
[RUNS= 16]
[OUT Q=that's a good thing]


The site is designed to give patients the performance record of the facility and how it compares to the state and national average. You can find a link to the site on our webpage.
[TAPE#=503-02 2:01:56]


And finally in health news, students will soon be able to get a Master's degree at the Jefferson College of Health Sciences.
The college hopes its new graduate nursing program will not only produce more educated nurses but nursing teachers as well.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 16:00:35]
[IN Q=It's estimated that 40-percent of nursing schools]

((IT'S ESTIMATED THAT 40-PERCENT OF NURSING SCHOOLS ARE NOT ABLE TO TAKE SOME STUDENTS BECAUSE OF THE LACK OF GRADUATE FACULTY AND ALL NURSING FACULTY HAVE TO BE PREPARED WITH GRADUATE DEGREES))
[RUNS= 11]
[OUT Q=with graduate degrees]


Tona Saint-Louis says the program is needed because the qualifications for nurses are getting tougher.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT16:07:30]
[IN Q=Due to our shortage and a lot of malpractices]

((DUE TO OUR SHORTAGE AND A LOT OF MALPRACTICE'S AND MISTAKES AND INCOMPETENCE THEY ARE UPPING THE ANTY. AND I THINK THAT'S A GOOD THING AFTER ALL WE ARE ALL GOING TO BE PATIENTS ONE DAY))
[RUNS= 13]
[OUT Q=going to be patients one day]


The Jefferson College will begin offering the graduate nursing program in the fall 2005. Officials are already exploring the possibility of graduate programs in other areas as well.
That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.))
[toss to bump]


[2Open-Heads]


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


[roll cold out of the open]

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

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning - After the loss of state funding, cultural organizations in western Virginia consider a new plan for next year

(------------)
[ENG#=2]
[VO-NAT]

and Roanoke Regional Airport has a complete renovation in its wings. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
(-------------)


[2-shot toss to hello]

[CA-Fires]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=sba]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Wildfires]
[ENG#=4]

Crews continue to battle two wildfires in Southern California which have forced hundreds out of their homes.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Hemet,CA]

More than 500 firefighters are fighting the 32-hundred-acre blaze, which reportedly broke out yesterday after somebody shot a gun in a brush area near the town of Hemet.
[SUPER=03-Santa Clarita, CA;]

Meanwhile, a fire in northern Los Angeles County has burned 28-hundred acres. Hundreds of people near Santa Clarita were forced to evacuate, although officials have lifted evacuation orders affecting about one-hundred homes.
(------------)


[Arts-Funding]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=04-27 30:21]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=]


Museums and other cultural agencies in western Virginia have struggled with the loss of state funding.
Now local officials are looking toward next year, and Joe Dashiell reports they're considering a new approach.


(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=General Assembly budget battles have left local museums]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Brian Wishneff/Roanoke City Council; :11]
[SUPER=04-July 6; :29]
[SUPER=01-Rupert Cutler/Roanoke City Council; :45]
[SUPER=01-Del. Morgan Griffith/House Majority Leader; 1:16]
[RUNS=1:37]
[OUT Q=JD News 7 Roanoke]


((General Assembly budget battles have left local museums out in the cold.
In recent years, the label "non- state agency" has meant no state funding.
[SOT WISHNEFF 23:30]
[IN Q=We have the most to lose]

((BRIAN WISHNEFF/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: WE HAVE THE MOST TO LOSE IN THE CITY OF ROANOKE BECAUSE WE HAVE SUCH A LARGE CULTURAL BASE HERE, NONE OF WHICH GET STATE FUNDING, AND NOW IS NOT TOO SOON TO CRAFT SOME TYPE OF LEGISLATION, AND TRY TO WIN SOME OTHER SUPPORT AROUND THE STATE.))
[RUNS= :18]
[OUT Q=win some other support around the state.]


What Brian Wishneff recently proposed at a meeting of Roanoke City Council is a regional entity that would represent the area's cultural agencies in Richmond, appear as a recurring line item in the budget and serve as a conduit for state funds.
Rupert Cutler agreed.
[SOT CUTLER 24:20]
[IN Q=I have long harbored the idea]

((RUPERT CUTLER/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: I HAVE LONG HARBORED THE IDEA THAT WE NEED A REGIONAL ENTITY THAT SPEAKS FOR ALL OF THESE MUSEUMS, SOMETHING CALLED THE MUSEUMS OF WESTERN VIRGINIA OR SOMETHING OF THE SORT THAT WILL QUALIFY TO BE IN THE GOVERNOR'S BUDGET AND NOT HAVE TO PLEAD FOR THE SCRAPS LEFT OVER AFTER THE GOVERNOR'S BUDGET IS FINISHED.))
[RUNS= :20]
[OUT Q=after the Governor's budget is finished.]


Salem Delegate and House Majority Leader Morgan Griffith supports a united front, and says one line item in the budget, instead of seven or eight, would be helpful in the House of Delegates.
[SOT]
[IN Q=If we had one that doled out]

((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH: IF WE HAD ONE THAT DOLED OUT THE MONEY THERE WOULD BE SOME INTER-SQUAD RIVALRY, BUT WE WOULDN'T GET AS MUCH ATTENTION FROM FOLKS THINKING WE'RE GETTING TOO MUCH MONEY, OR GETTING MORE THAN OUR FAIR SHARE.))
[RUNS= :13]
[OUT Q=getting more than our fair share.]


He's less optimistic about support in the Senate Finance Committee, but agrees with members of city council that a new approach is worth a try.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))


[11Economic-Impact]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jbu]
[TAPE#=04-34 TC-2:54]
[GRAPHIC=Commonwealth Games]
[ENG#=3]


Area businesses are coming out winners with the Commonwealth Games.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

More than 10-thousand athletes are here for the games and the businesses in the area are loving it.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=All of the hotels]

((HEATHER HARRISON/HOLIDAY INN TANGLEWOOD GENERAL MANAGER; ALL OF THE HOTELS, ALL OF THE VENDORS, EVERYBODY IN THE CITY IS GLAD TO HAVE THEM HERE, WE REALLY ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET, WE'RE THRILLED TO HAVE THEM AND I THINK THEY DEFINITELY FEEL THAT." 20:57:59))
[SUPER=01-Heather Harrison/Holiday Inn Manager;]
[RUNS=:08]
[OUT Q=think they definitely feel that.]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]

The Holiday Inn Tanglewood is hosting the athletes and the rooms are filled up with the contenders and their parents.
All of the out-of-towners are expected to spend SIX TO EIGHT MILLION dollars in the region throughout the games.
(------------)



[11Survivor]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=myr]
[TAPE#=04-19 TC-1:20:28]
[GRAPHIC=none]
[ENG#=4]

Two Survivors formed a unique alliance with a movie rental business in Roanoke this weekend...
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Survivor all stars "Big Tom" and "Lex Van de Berghe" paired up in Roanoke to help celebrate the grand opening of the new Movie Starz, located on Orange Avenue and Gus Nicks Boulevard. Big Tom and Lex say they're actually good friends. In fact, Lex, who lives in California, says the only reason he was even in the area was to visit Big Tom, who lives in Rich Valley.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT1:5732 ]
[IN Q=me and lex]

((BIG TOM: WE HAD A COMMON GOAL DOING A LOT OF CHARITY WORK AND DOING A LOT OF STUFF, SO WE'RE A LOT A LIKE WE JUST LOOK DIFFERENT 38 REPORTER: YOU GUYS ACTUALLY DID GET ALONG ON THE SHOW? LEX: ABSOLUTELY, WE'RE LIKE BROTHERS.. YOU LOOK AT US, YOU COULDN'T FIND ANYONE MORE DIFFERENT, TRULY TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM, BUT WE ARE SO MUCH THE SAME ON THE INSIDE.))
[SUPER=01-"Big" Tom Buchanan/Survivor All-Stars;]
[SUPER=01-Lex Van de Berghe/Survivor All-Stars; :12]
[RUNS=22]
[OUT Q=on the inside]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]

Dozens of fans stood in line inside the store just to get a picture or autograph of the odd couple -- some as long as four hours. Despite all the attention, though, the two still consider themselves just regular people.
(------------)



[toss to weather] ((Wx Toss))

[Tease#2]



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

[BOTH MICS HOT]
[ENG#=V10]


The Transportation Museum is taking it's next exhibit one stitch at a time. We'll talk with the museum's director after the break.
[ANCHOR=Brent]


and
(----------------)
[VO-NAT]

Want strong, sculpted six pack abs? We're cutting to the core with our workout in today's Sunday Shapeup.
(-------------)

[LOTTERY] [Break]

[Bradshaw-Arrest]


[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=none]


An incoming U-V-A football player is arrested and charged with two misdemeanors.
(+++++++++)

[take Bradshaw pic FS]
18 year old Ahmad Rashad Bradshaw - an All-State running back from Bluefield Virginia - was charged yesterday with underage alcohol possession and obstruction of justice.
Officials say Bradshaw ran after an officer began questioning him, but was caught at the Rotunda and after a brief struggle, he was taken to jail.
Bradshaw has been released on a one thousand dollar bond.

(-----------------)[Sunday-Shapeup]



[ANCHOR=Susan]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=SSU]
[GRAPHIC=Sunday Shapeup]
[ENG#=2]


We're adding resistance to our core workouts
(++++++++++)

[take sunday shapeup board fs] in today's Sunday Shapeup.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=this morning we're]
[SUPER=01-Callie McMahon/Botetourt Athletic Club; :06]
[RUNS=2:14]
[OUT Q=Stay with us]


[tape tosses to break]
[SHAPEUP-BUMP]
Sunday Shape-Up Bump
[CHYRON # 7159]

[straight to break]