[Danville-Storm]

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Strong winds and heavy rain ripped through Southside last night leaving behind expensive damage.
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Jennifer Wishon is in Danville this morning with the latest.
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[IN Q=North Main Street.]
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[SUPER=01-Tyler Brown/Danville Resident;]
[SUPER=01-Mike Meadows/Danville Resident;]
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[Hurricane-Charley]


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Bonnie's wrath fizzled in Florida's panhandle.... but her big brother Charley is barreling toward the sunshine state.
Already a category 2 storm, forecasters say Charley could develop into a major hurricane. Aleen Sirgany is in Clearwater Beach with the latest.

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[SUPER=01-Mike Hamby/Florida Resident; :13]
[SUPER=01-Scott Daggett/Boater; :28]
[SUPER=01-Max Mayfield/National Hurricane Center; :42]
[SUPER=01-Aleen Sirgany/CBS News; :42]
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((

(nats...evacuations) LOCATOR: TAMPA, FL ABOUT A MILLION PEOPLE EMPTIED FLORIDA'S GULF COAST TO MAKE ROOM FOR ONE UNINV

ITED GUEST. HURRICANE CHARLEY IS EXPECTED TO SLAM ASHORE NEAR TAMPA LATER TODAY... AFTER PASSING WEST OF THE FLORIDA KEYS.

(SOT: MIKE HAMBY/FLORIDA RESIDENT) "There's a strange feeling about this one, I mean you can see all the forecasters ar

e a little more on edge with this one than they are other storms."

(nat -- boarding windows) RESIDENTS ARE BRACING FOR A BEATING... BOARDING UP WINDOWS ... FILLING SANDBAGS ... AND TYIN

G DOWN BOATS.

(SOT: SCOTT DAGGETT/BOATER) "It's scary. You don't know what to do. My whole life is wrapped up in that. It's the only

thing I've ever done in my whole life."

(possible gfx) HURRICANE CHARLEY IS PACKING WHIPPING WINDS, HEAVY RAIN, AND TORNADOES. BUT THERE'S AN EVEN GREATER THR

EAT.

(SOT: MAX MAYFIELD/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER) "The biggest concern of course with this hurricane is the storm surge fl

ooding once it gets in the Gulf of Mexico, the lower Keys, and the west Florida coast."

(STANDUP BRIDGE) MOST EVERYONE WHO HAS TO EVACUATE HAS -- AND FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T .. IT MAY BE TOO LATE. ONCE WINDS R

EACH A CERTAIN SPEED, EMERGENCY OFFICIALS SAY, YOU'LL BE ON YOUR OWN.

(nats...havana) LOCATOR: HAVANA, CUBA CHARLEY DRENCHED PARTS OF CUBA AND JAMAICA WHILE BARRELING TOWARD THE FLORIDA CO

AST. IT'S NOT EXACTLY THE SUMMER VACATION TOURISTS HAD ENVISIONED.
MOS - NO FONT AVAILABLE "I'd say the gang is a little disappointed, but we're looking forward to movies and finding a gym."
ABOUT 6 AND A HALF MILLION OF FLORIDA'S 17 MILLION RESIDENTS ARE IN THE STORMS' PROJECTED PATH... FORECASTERS SAY CHARLEY HAS ALL THE MAKINGS OF A CATEGORY THREE HURRICANE -- AND THE DAMAGE COULD BE SEVERE. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, CLEARWATER BEACH))





[McGreevey]


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One day after New Jersey's governor dropped a personal and political bombshell - more details are emerging about the man with whom he had an affair.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New Jersey]

James McGreevey - twice married and father of two- appointed Golan Cipel to serve as a Homeland Security adviser. Cipel an Israeli National with no security experience was removed from the post under fire and reassigned. Sources close to McGreevey say Cipel was threatening the Governor with a sexual harassment lawsuit unless he was paid millions of dollars.
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((GOV. JAMES MCGREEVEY, D-NJ: I REALIZE THE FACT OF THIS AFFAIR AND MY OWN SEXUALITY IF KEPT SECRET LEAVES ME, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE, VULNERABLE TO RUMORS, FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND THREATS OF DISCLOSURE.))
[SUPER=01-Gov. James McGreevey/(D) New Jersey]
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[OUT Q=.. threats of disclosure.]
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[VO-NAT]

The governor's resignation takes effect November 15th - keeping control of the New Jersey statehouse in Democrat control until early 2006. Already critics on the other side of the aisle are crying foul. Some Republican leaders say the governor is delaying the date of his resignation for political reasons.
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[D'ville-Robbery]


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Danville Police responded to an armed robbery late last night at a convenience store on the south side of town. An employee of Sunrise Convenience Store on South Main street reported that three armed men came in and forced her to the register. They took an undislcosed amount of money and left on foot.
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[TAKE DANVILLE CRIMESTOPPERS FS e530] Anyone with information on this robbery is asked to call Danville Crimestoppers at 434-793-0000.
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[11Graffiti]


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Lynchburg police are stepping up their patrols downtown after anarchist graffiti was found on several businesses overnight Wednesday.
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The symbol ... a circle with the letter "A" over it ... was found spraypainted on empty storefronts, a mailbox and the local police academy.
The phrase "Lost Boys" was also painted in at least two different locations.
Police say they have no suspects, but will increase their presence in the area.
Anyone with information can call the local Crimestoppers line and remain anonymous.
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[11US-Airways]


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In business news, U-S- Airways has announced plans to cut non- stop service from Pittsburgh to three Virginia airports.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape;]

On November seventh, US Airways affiliates will discontinue flights from Pittsburgh to Roanoke, Lynchburg and Charlottesville. 17- other airports will also lose the route. The airline says the move is part of its "Transformation Plan" and more cuts are possible once the U-S Airways Express network finishes its fall schedule.
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[Marketwatch]


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In business news, a disappointing profit report from Hewlett Packard led to a sell off on Wall Street yesterday.
Alexis Christoforous has that story and more in this morning's Marketwatch.
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((COMPUTER GIANT DELL MAY BREATHE SOME MUCH NEEDED LIFE INTO THE BEATEN DOWN TECH SECTOR.


AFTER THE CLOSING BELL DELL REPORTED THAT SECOND QUARTER PROFIT ROSE TO NEARLY 800 MILLION DOLLARS AS SALES JUMPED 20 PERCENT... BOTH WERE RIGHT IN LINE WITH ANALYST ESTIMATES...


THAT WAS NOT THE STORY FOR HEWLETT PACKARD, WHICH SENT TECH STOCKS INTO A TIZZY YESTERDAY.


THE COMPUTER AND PRINTER GIANT SHOCKED INVESTORS WITH THIRD QUARTER PROFIT THAT FELL WELL BELOW ESTIMATES.. IT ALSO ISSUED A WEAK BUSINESS OUTLOOK. AS A RESULT, H-P IS SHAKING UP MANAGEMENT IN ITS STORAGE AND SERVER DIVISION. THE STOCK TANKED 17 PERCENT AND LED THE MARKET SELLOFF...THE MAJOR MARKET INDEXES ARE NOW AT NEW LOWS FOR THE YEAR.


ANOTHER RECORD CLOSE FOR CRUDE OIL AT 45-50 A BARREL ALSO DIDN'T HELP.


THE DOW SLID 123 POINTS


THE NASDAQ FELL BACK NEARLY 30 POINTS...


WHILE HEWLETT PACKARD MAY BE FACING TOUGH TIMES, IBM PROVIDED SOME COMFORTING NEWS FOR TECH INVESTORS.. BIG BLUE PLANS TO HIRE 18-THOUSAND NEW EMPLOYEES WORLDWIDE THIS YEAR. IBM EXPECTS BUSINESS TO GROW IN AREAS LIKE CONSULTING AND SERVICES.


THE FED MAY HAVE RAISED SHORT TERM INTEREST RATES BY A QUARTER POINT THIS WEEK, BUT MORTGAGE RATES ACTUALLY FELL... THAT'S BECAUSE MORTGAGE RATES ARE NOT TIED TO THE SHORT TERM FED FUNDS RATE. THIS WEEK THE AVERAGE RATE ON A 30 YEAR MORTGAGE IS 5.85 PERCENT .. THE RATE ON A 15 YEAR FELL TO 5.24 PERCENT.




FIND OUT MORE AT CBS.MW.COM IN NY I'M AC.))

(tape tosses to stocks)

[STOCKS] [WOOD ROGERS SPONSOR BOARD 5185 ESSC] [COMM]


[11Water-Rescue]


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The area's only swift water rescue team expects flood-related dangers to run through Saturday.

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A handful of the Salem emergency responders checked inventory, prepped equipment and topped off boat fuel yesterday morning. They say most calls are to rescue drivers who've tried to cross flooded roads. One lieutenant says a typical family car will float in two feet of water. He also warns boaters to be careful when heading into creeks and rivers *after* the storm because water levels may have changed dramatically.
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[11OB-Services]


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Virginia says obstetric care needs a shot in the arm.
Yesterday, the governor announced a 34 percent increase in the reimbursement hospitals and doctors receive from MedicAid.
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[SUPER=03-Alleghany Co.;]

The move is designed to prevent hospitals and physicians from quitting the birthing business amid rising insurance costs. This is the first time MedicAid reimbursement for obstetrics has been raised in 10 years. Some hospitals like Alleghany Regional have already closed birthing centers, because there simply aren't enough patients for the number of doctors.
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((DANIEL JACKSON/ALLEGHANY REGIONAL HOSPITAL CEO; IT TAKES ON AVERAGE ABOUT 100 BIRTHS PER PHYSICIAN TO HAVE A VIABLE PRACTICE IN THAT SERVICE LINE. LAST YEAR WE HAD 120 BIRTHS.))
[SUPER=01-Daniel Jackson/Alleghany Regional Hospital CEO;]
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[OUT Q=last year we had 120 births.]
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[VO-NAT]

The increase will cost the state about 7 million dollars this year.
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[Olympics]


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As the Olympics begin today, the security effort is massive as the threat of terror looms. But American athletes say they feel safe and are focusing on the going for gold. Manuel Gallegus has as a preview.

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[SUPER=01-Breaux Greer/Javelin Thrower; :09]
[SUPER=01-Manuel Gallegus/CBS News; :33]
[SUPER=01-Dora Bakoyannis/Athens Mayor; :45]
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((DESPITE MONTHS OF HEARING ABOUT POSSIBILE TERRORORISMAS THE GAMES BEGIN AMERICAN ATHLETES ARE FEELING SAFE .
BREAUX GREER, JAVELIN THROWER
-SOT-(027: 14 tape 3 ) I m not really worried about itin the back of your mind you think about it sometimesbut what do

you do? We re here now.
THEY SHOULD FEEL SECURETHE GREEKS ARE SPENDING ONE AND A HALF BILLION DOLLARS ON SECURITYFOUR TIMES WHAT WAS SPENT IN SYDNEY IT S AN INTERNATIONAL NETWORK ON LAND AND AT SEAFROM OUZI-TOTING GUARDSTO TRUCK SCANNERSEVEN A SPYING BLIMP.WITH A PANORAMIC VIEW OF THIS ANCIENT CITY S MODERN MARVELTHE VAST, GLEAMING, OLYMPIC COMPLEX
-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, ATHENS OLYMPICS proud of the way they do things at the last minute, the greeks seem to have pulled it together just in time. Even the massive glass roof on the stadium. .

-SOT- DORA BAKOYANNIS, ATHENS MAYOR 11;27;20

It s a great relief hearing all the media around the world saying, Well they did it. We don t know how, but they did it!
THEY DID IT BY SPENDING SOME TEN BILLION DOLLARS

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ACROSS THE AEGEAN ON THE ISLAND OF CRETE.. THE AMERICAN TRACK AND FIELD TEAM IS NOW TRAININGGETTING USED TO THE HEATRELAXING.

SOT BRENDA TAYLOR,400 METER HURDLER (03:28:06 TAPE 4)

the sun is out 24 hours a day hereand the ocean right on our back porch, things couldn t be any better..!
EVEN HERE WATCHFUL EYES ARE ALWAYS ON THE ATHLETESBUT THEY RE TOO FOCUSED TO LET THREATS GET IN THE WAY OF THE GOLD

SOT- MAURICE GREENE, AMERICAN SPRINTER (2:54:27 TAPE 3)

I can t be looking over my shoulder thinking about what I want to do on the track all at the same time.
AND AGAINST THIS BACKDROP OF UNPRECEDENTED SECURITY, ATHLETES AND ORGANIZERS WANT TO SEND A GREATER MESSAGE.

SOT- PHILIP DUNN, 50K RACEWALKER (TAPE 2 01:56:56)

We re all from different countries, we re all doing different events, but hey we re all on the same stage and we re all together.
THE HOPE IS THAT SYMBOLIC MESSAGE OF UNITY WON T BE MARRED BY VIOLENCE ONE POSITIVE SIGNAS THE GAMES BEGIN INTELLIGENCE OFFICIALS SAY THEY'VE PICKED UP NO HINT OF PLANS FOR A TERRORIST ATTACK. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS ATHENS.))

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[Biz-Brief]


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In other business news, Stocks tumbled yesterday. Stan Case has more in today's business brief.
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((U.S. STOCKS SANK THURSDAY.


THE DOW INDUSTRIALS TUMBLED 123-POINTS.
WHILE THE NASDAQ DROPPED 29... CLOSING AT ITS LOWEST LEVEL IN 11 MONTHS.


HEWLETT-PACKARD SPARKED THE SELLING. IT REPORTED EARNINGS THAT MISSED WALL STREET EXPECTATIONS -- EXACERBATING FEARS OF A TECH SPENDING SLOWDOWN.
THE DOW COMPONENT POSTED QUARTERLY EARNINGS, EXCLUDING SPECIAL ITEMS, OF 728-MILLION DOLLARS, UP FROM 700-MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR AGO.
THE COMPANY CITED WEAKNESS IN ITS ENTERPRISE SERVERS AND STORAGE UNIT, AND CUT ITS FORECAST RANGE FOR FOURTH-QUARTER EARNINGS PER SHARE.
H-P SHARES DROPPED MORE THAN 15-PERCENT, DRAGGING A NUMBER OF OTHER TECHNOLOGY ISSUES WITH IT.
H-P'S WARNING IS THE LATEST IN A SERIES OF DISAPPOINTING RESULTS FROM LARGE TECH FIRMS.


THE PRICE OF CRUDE OIL IN NEW YORK PEAKED AT AN ALL-TIME HIGH OF 45-DOLLARS-AND-75-CENTS A BARREL.
THE RECORD PRICE CAME AS A BATTLE IN IRAQ ESCALATED AND AS STORMS APPROACHED A U-S PRODUCTION REGION IN THE GULF OF MEXICO.
CRUDE ROSE 70-CENTS, SETTLING AT 45-50 A BARREL.


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

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


[VOB-Olympics]


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Security teams are working around the clock to make sure the Olympics go off without a hitch.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Athens, Greece]

The summer games begin today in Athens, Greece. The security effort is top priority as the threat of terror looms. The Greeks are spending one-and a half *BILLION* dollars on security- that's *four-times* what was spent in Sydney. While safety is a concern, American athletes say they feel secure and are focusing on going for the gold.
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((I M NOT REALLY WORRIED ABOUT ITIN THE BACK OF YOUR MIND YOU THINK ABOUT IT SOMETIMESBUT WHAT DO YOU DO? WE'RE HERE NOW.))
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[OUT Q=.. We're here now.]
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[VO-NAT]

Even though security is tight, athletes and organizers want to send a greater message that unity won't be marred by violence. And, intelligence officials say they have picked up *NO* plans for a terrorist attack.
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[11Galax-Festival]


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The Old Fiddlers Convention in Galax is a showcase for bluegrass and old-time musicians.
But it may also be one of the region's biggest reunions.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Galax]


The 69th annual convention got underway with a youth competition on Monday.
And campers have filled Felts Park to capacity.
For many like Galax native Steve Barr the festival is a tradition.
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[IN Q=Meeting all of the new people]

((MEETING ALL OF THE NEW PEOPLE AND ALL THE OLD FRIENDS THAT YOU'VE MET IN THE PAST. JUST GETTING TOGETHER AND PICKING WITH THEM ALL. NAT SOUND OF BAND))
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[OUT Q=NAT SOUND OF BAND.]
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[VO-NAT]


The Old Fiddlers Convention continues through Saturday night, with competition in more than a dozen categories.
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[Weekend-Preview]


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It's alien versus predator this weekend. And, the Princess Diaries Two opens in theaters.
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[Take FS Weekend Preview] Anna Hovind takes a look at what's Now Showing in the weekend preview.
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((
SOT (T-"ATTACK" WHAT WAS THAT THING. WHAT IS THIS PLACE CALLED)


IT'S A BATTLE BETWEEN ALIEN VS. PREDATOR AND HUMANS ARE CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE.

SOT (T-THEY ARE NOT HUNTING US, WE ARE CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF A WAR, THEY ARE USING US AS BAIT)


ALIEN VS. PREDATOR IS RATED PG-13.

SOT (T-PRINCESS IS NOT MARRIEDSHUT UP)


IN THE PRINCESS DIARIES 2, ANNE HATHAWAY IS JUST SETTELING INTO HER NEW DUTIES, WHEN SHE HAS TO LOOK FOR LOVE.

SOT (T-ANDREW IS REAL NICEI DON'T THINK SO)


THE PRINCESS DIARIES 2 WAS DIRECTED BY GARY MARSHALL AND IS RATED G.

SOT (T-THERE IS NOTHING YOU CAN DO)


IN YU-GI-OH (U-GI-O), AN AGENT CARD GAME THAT CAN SUMMON FORTH MONSTERS HAS BEEN DISCOVERED AFTER 5-THOUSAND YEARS.

SOT (T-MY BEAST OF DISTRUCTION)


YU-GI-OH! IS RATED PG.
WITH NOW SHOWING, I'M ANNA HOVIND.))
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