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Iraq's prime minister makes a ``final call'' for militants to lay down their arms.
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And, a fireball lights up the esky near Houston, after an explosion at an underground gas storage facility.
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Hazy, hot, and humid weather today with a slight chance for a pop up thunderstorm, especially toward the mountains. I'll have your forecast.
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts right now.
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It's a last call for peace in Najaf--
Iraqi leaders are ordering followers of radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to disarm immediately, or face attack.


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[Iraq]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Good Afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.
Truce talks appear to have crumbled in the Iraqi city of Najaf.
The radical cleric who's leading the Shiite uprising has rejected an ultimatum to disband his militia and turn over all weapons.
Stacy Case has the latest.
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[SUPER=03-Najaf, Iraq; :00]
[SUPER=39-Iyad Allawi/Iraqi Prime Minister; :12]
[SUPER=01-Condoleezza Rice/National Security Advisor; :49]
[SUPER=01-Stacy Case/CBS News; 1:27]
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[OUT Q=Case, CBS News, Washington.]


(( NAT: gunfire
TRACK: THE SOUND OF GUNFIRE--- THE SMELL OF SMOKE--- SIGNS THAT

TALKS HAVE FAILED BETWEEN THE INTERIM IRAQI GOVERNMENT AND RADICAL CLERIC MUQTADA AL SADR.

SOT: VOICE OF TRANSLATOR FOR IYAD ALLAWI/IRAQI PRIME MINISTER

this is the final call to disarm...get out of the holy shrine
NAT: more from najaf TRACK: FIERCE FIGHTING BROKE OUT IN NAJAF AFTER AL SADR DEFIED GOVERNMENT ORDERS TO LEAVE THIS HOLIEST OF SHIITE SHRINES, DISSOLVE HIS MEHDI ARMY AND DISARM. A MORTAR ATTACK ON A POLICE STATION KILLED SEVERAL PEOPLE. IT WAS NOT IMMEDIATELY CLEAR IF THIS FIGHTING IS THE RESULT OF THE GOVERNMENT'S THREATENED OFFENSIVE.

SOT: UNIDENTIFIED US SOLDIER

it's not too bad. there had been sporadic gun fire, rpg fire.

TRACK: THE U-S IS NOT DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN NEGOTIATIONS--- INSTEAD U-S

SOLDIERS STAYED ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF NAJAF ALLOWING IRAQI FORCES TO TAKE THE LEAD.
SUPER: CONDOLEEZA RICE/NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR 7:10;59 the iraqi governnment is handling this very well. they've made some demands of muqtada al sadr. they're not going to allow him to become a law unto himself.
TRACK: AS PART OF THE ULTIMATUM, AL SADR MUST PUBLICALLY ANNOUNCE HIS COMPLIANCE AND RELEASE ALL CIVILIANS HIS MILITIA HAS KIDNAPPED. AL SADR'S MEN ARE THREATENING TO KILL AMERICAN JOURNALIST MICAH GAREN IF U-S FORCES DON'T PULL OUT OF IRAQ. AL SADR'S INFLUENCE HAS THREATENED SECURITY IN MANY SHIITE STRONHOLDS ACROSS IRAQ.
NAT: sadr city--announcement in arabic
TRACK: IN THIS BAGHDAD SHIITE SUBURB--- U-S FORCES ROLLED IN WITH TANKS
AND IN ARABIC--- TOLD RESIDENTS THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT HAS BANNED ALL

MILITIAS AND INSTRUCTED THEM TO SURRENDER THEIR WEAPONS.
STAND UP CLOSE; STACY CASE/REPORTING THE U-S MILITARY SAYS THE TWO WEEK STAND OFF HAS LEFT HUNDREDS OF MILITANTS DEAD. AT LEAST 9 U-S TROOPS AND 40 IRAQI POLICE HAVE ALSO BEEN KILLED. THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION SIMPLY SAYS AL SADR NEEDS TO MATCH HIS WORDS WITH DEEDS. STACY CASE CBS NEWS WASHINGTON. ))


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An explosion at an underground gas storage facility in Texas has forced dozens of residents from their homes.


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Moss Bluff, TX;]


The huge ball of fire appeared around four this morning in Moss Bluff, about 40 miles outside Houston.
Roads there are closed, and houses within a one- mile radius have been evacuated.
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[IN Q=I've been all the way]

((KEN BURCHETT/CHAMBERS CO., TX SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT: I'VE BEEN ALL THE WAY IN, AND WHEN I GOT IN ORIGINALLY IT HAD FLAMES 150, 200 FEET IN THE AIR. IT'S REAL LOUD, AND IT'S GOT VERY HIGH HEAT TO IT..))
[SUPER=01-Ken Burchett/Chambers Co., TX Sheriff's Department;]
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[OUT Q=very high heat to it.]
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[VO-NAT]


Witnesses say one person was inside the facility at the time of the explosion, but was able to escape.
So far, authorities aren't reporting any injuries, and still haven't determined what caused the blast.
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LEO in WX-Center
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[Rockbridge-Fatal]


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A Natural Bridge man who organized several large motorcycle benefits for his ailing son died this weekend.
Rick Dorsey was killed when his motorcycle crashed on Route 501 late Saturday night.
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[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co./February 29;]

Rick Dorsey had just moved to Natural Bridge a year ago when his 7 year old son, Dylan, was struck with a mysterious disease. When Dylan returned home from the hospital the end of February, about 500 motorcycles escorted him from Charlottesville to Natural Bridge. Rick Dorsey was 42 years old. Funeral arrangements have been made in Texas, but a local memorial service is being planned.
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A Halifax County man was executed last night, for three murders stemming from a simmering feud with neighbors.
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James Bryant Hudson pleaded guilty to shooting brothers Walter Stanley Cole and Thomas Wesley Cole, and Wesley's wife, Patsy Ayers Cole.
It happened outside their Halifax County home in July 2002.
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[SUPER=01-Justin Bergman/Execution Witness; :12]
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[OUT Q=see that his breath stopped.]
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Hudson was pronounced dead at 9:07 last night. For his last day, he refused all visitors. And unlike many capital cases, Hudson never appealed his conviction or death sentence.
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The Highlands will be sending some holiday cheer to the nation's capitol this year. A 70 foot red spruce in Highland County has been selected to stand on the front lawn of the U-S Capitol building. The tree's exact location is not being unveiled until it is cut in early November. The tree will then stop in 34 communities across Virginia before being placed in D-C.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Should low carbs get high marks when it comes to your health. We'll look into that just ahead.
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And the billboard that worked. Todd HAS a new liver, thanks to his very public appeal.
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[Liver-Billboard]


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The billboard and internet appeal worked.
A Texas man has a new liver, and his family is now using a new billboard to say thanks.
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You may have seen news accounts of the billboard, and it wasn't long before Todd Krampitz got the new liver he needed.

The out-of-state donor family specified that the liver go to Krampitz, who was diagnosed with liver cancer in May. The new billboard offers thanks and urges people to become organ donors.
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It's hard to miss -- low carb foods in stores and at restaurants. They're billed as a good way to watch your weight, but are low carb items healthy?
Justin McLeod went to the experts to find out.
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((((NAT SOUND OF CHECKING OUT AT REGISTER))
The next time you're at the grocery store, you're bound to see tons of low carb foods.
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[IN Q=In fact it's]

((HEATHER COX/KROGER'S NUTRITIONIST: IN FACT IT'S THE BIGGEST PUSH IN THE GROCERY INDUSTRY FOR ABOUT THE LAST SIX MONTHS TO A YEAR.)) [Runs04]
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But are these products good for you? We asked Kroger's nutritionist to take us through the grocery store to find out.
First up? Bread.
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[IN Q=Look for varieties]

((HEATHER COX/KROGER'S NUTRITIONIST: LOOK FOR VARIETIES WHERE THEY ARE MADE UP WITH 100-PERCENT WHOLE WHEAT. THAT'S REAL IMPORTANT AND SOME OF THE REDUCED CARBOHYDRATE VARIETIES AREN'T.)) [Runs09]
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That's because many of the low carb breads are made with white flour.
Another product you need to look out for are low carb ice creams, especially novelties.
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[IN Q=So what some of]

((HEATHER COX: SO WHAT SOME OF THE MANUFACTURERS HAVE DONE IS ACTUALLY ADDED MORE BUTTER FAT TO THEIR PRODUCT.)) [Runs04]
[OUT Q=TO THEIR PRODUCT]


That adds calories, something you should always be wary of.
But sugar free ice cream is ok.
So is low carb syrup.
The reason? A sugar substitute called splenda.
In juices, it cuts the calories by a third.
[SOT 5:10:07]
[IN Q=Because of that]

((HEATHER COX: SO NOW YOU'RE LOOKING AT 40 CALORIES PER EIGHT OUNCE SERVING ONLY 10 GRAMS OF CARBOHYDRATES VERSUS THE 35 GRAMS OF CARBOHYDRATE IN THE REGULAR VARIETY.)) [Runs08]
[OUT Q=the regular variety]


Other drinks are not as good.
Take low carb coke. Yes, it's better than regular coke but consider this.
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[IN Q=The healthiest choice]

((HEATHER COX: THE HEALTHIEST CHOICE IS GOING TO BE THE DIET.)) [Runs02]
[OUT Q=BE THE DIET]


Then there are the low carb beers.
Yes, they have fewer calories than regular beer but the alcohol content is the same.
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[IN Q=It's still an]

((HEATHER COX: IT'S STILL AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE YOU STILL NEED TO DRINK RESPONSIBLY.)) [Runs03]
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[IN Q=You also need]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: YOU ALSO NEED TO BE CAREFUL BECAUSE LOW CARB BEER IS A LOT LIKE LIGHT BEER BUT YOU'LL PAY MORE FOR THE LOW CARB STUFF. WE SAW THAT WITH A NUMBER OF OTHER PRODUCTS SO THE BOTTOM LINE READ THE LABEL AND BUYER BEWARE. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.))))


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You have to get ready for winter, even on Mars. Still ahead, the latest on the "Rovers".
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But the problem in Florida isn't winter, it's health hazards left by Hurricane Charley.
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They've lasted more than TWICE their life expectancy are still going strong--
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The Mars rovers have passed the 200- day mark of their mission, and are sending back new photos and scientific data from the Red Planet.
"Spirit and Opportunity" are facing the arrival of the Martian winter, though.
The shorter days will cause some difficulty for the solar- powered rovers.
Now mission specialists are trying to steer the vehicles toward brighter areas.
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In Florida, it's not just about re- building after the destruction left by Hurricane Charley.
Now residents are having to cope with new health hazards.
At least 22 deaths are now blamed on the hurricane.
Jim Acosta reports.
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[SUPER=01-Tim Moore/Fort Myers Resident; :49]
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((
SCRIPT

(swampy n-hood)


AUTHORITIES FEAR THERE COULD BE AS MANY DEATHS IN THE STORM'S AFTERMATH... AS THERE WERE DURING THE HURRICANE.

(nats: generator)


A FEW HAVE DIED RUNNING GENERATORS INSIDE THEIR HOMES.

(picture of light out)


THREE OTHERS DIED IN A CAR ACCIDENT... AFTER A DRIVER BLEW THROUGH A DOWNED TRAFFIC SIGNAL. AN ACCIDENT NEARLY REPEATED AT THIS INTERSECTION.

(sot: Dominique Jones, Trooper) "Almost struck the officer and caused

a collision."
A NEW MASH UNIT THAT REPLACED A DAMAGED HOSPITAL IS WORKING LONG HOURS...TREATING A RISING NUMBER OF INJURIES.

(sot: John Caprio, Federal Emergency Worker, 23:02) "Charlie is

getting worse now because people are making mistakes that they wouldn't normally make."

(stand-up: Jim Acosta) "The people who live here now have to ride out

a wave of health hazards. Pools of bacteria-filled standing water are just one of the dangers lurking in some of the hardest hit neighborhoods."

(nats: guy getting shot) tetanus shot


A LOCAL URGENT CARE CLINIC OFFERED FREE TETANUS SHOTS... TO WARD OFF INFECTIONS.

(sot: Tim Moore, Fort Meyers Resident) We cleaned up the yard over the

course of the past couple of days and we felt a little swollen... so we said we better go get a tetanus shot just to be safe."

(nats: homes) cleanup


THEN THERE'S THE PAIN INFLICTED BY PRICE GOUGERS... WHO ARE DEMANDING DOUBLE AND TRIPLE FOR FOOD AND SHELTER.

(sot: Charlie Crist, Fla. Attorney general) "People are dehydrated yet

people are overcharging for water. It's unconscionable."

(jake's ending shot)


THE SUN MAY BE SETTING ON CHARLEY'S IMMEDIATE AFTERMATH... BUT WITH SO MANY STILL GETTING HURT... IT WILL BE MANY MOONS HERE... BEFORE PARADISE RETURNS. JIM ACOSTA CBS NEWS FORT MEYERS BEACH FLORIDA. ))
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On Wall Street at Noon,
[super=460-y/40/y/6;]

the Dow was DOWN 40 points. Nasdaq was DOWN 6 points.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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An American gymnast's incredible finish. The gold medal details are just ahead.
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And the bear with a big taste for beer - but it's picky about the brand.
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[S-OLYMPICS]


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America's women's gymnasitics team is usually the talk of the Olympics, but last night, American male gymnast Paul Hamm stole the show -- and took home a gold medal. As Manuel Gallegus reports from Athens, even Hamm wasn't sure he'd pulled it off after some serious stumbles.
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((HEADING INTO THE ATHENS GAMES PAUL HAMM WAS THE U.S.S BEST HOPE FOR A MEDAL IN MENS GYMNASTICS
WEDNESDAY NIGHTHE WAS ON TARGET FOR GOLD WHEN HE MADE A COSTLY BLUNDERSOMETHING THAT HAD NEVER HAPPENED TO HIM IN A COMPETITON BEFORE.

-SOT-VAULT FAULT plus announcer



-SOT-PAUL HAMM, U.S OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST

in the air it felt finebut then when I landed I just felt weak in my legs and I just lost control
THE CRASH LANDING DROPPED HIM TO 12TH PLACE

-SOT-PAUL HAMM

I thought for sure I had cost myself any medal reallyI thought for sure the gold was out of the question
-STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS BUT PERHAPS BECAUSE SOME OF THE PRESSURE WAS OFF HAMM STAGED ONE OF THE MOST DRAMATIC COMEBACKS IN GYMNASTICS HISTORY

-NAT SOT-


COURTESY NBC OLYMPICS FIRST THE PARALLEL BARS.

-NAT SOT-


AND THEN IN ONE OF THE BEST HIGH BAR PERFORMANCES OF HIS LIFEANOTHER 9.837

-MORE SOT-


AT FIRST, HE THOUGHT HE MAY HAVE BARELY WON THE BRONZE BUT HE TOOK GOLD

-NAT SOT- including south Korean guy


HIS TWIN BROTHER WAS THRILLED
HIS KOREAN COMPETITOR, DEVESATED.

-SOT-PAUL HAMM I think Ive probably daydreamed about winning the

Olympics thousands of times. I did note ever picture myself having a mistake and then winning.
COURTESY NBC OLYMPICS HAMM STILL HAS THREE MORE CHANCES AT MEDALSBUT HES ALREADY A CHAMPIONJOINING MARY LOU RETTON AS JUST THE SECOND AMERICAN EVER TO WIN A GOLD ALL-AROUND.
NAT HE SHOWS OFF MEDAL
MANUEL GALLEGUS CBS NEWS ATHENS..))



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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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The Virginia Tech Hokies will hold their final scrimmage of the preseason this coming Saturday.
But last night, the coaching staff made some moves to firm up the depth chart and travel squad.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

For starters, Sean Glennon will officially open the season as Bryan Randall's backup at quarterback. Also, expect to see more young players than ever on the travel squad.
11 true freshmen, 11 redshirt freshmen and 16 sophomores will be in the mix this fall. Also, on the injury front -- receiver Chris Clifton had X-rays on what was thought to be a broken wrist.
They were negative, but head trainer Mike Goforth says a CT scan will be performed, because the area in question is known for hiding fractures.
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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UVa's All-America candidate Ahmad Brooks hasn't practiced all week, and at this time there's no word when or if he plans on returning to the team.
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville;]

The junior linebacker is back home with his family in Woodbridge. During a conference call yesterday afternoon, UVa coach Al Groh said the following - "There are some personal issues that Ahmad is dealing with. I have been in contact with the family, and we all are in complete compatibility in our thinking about this circumstance." Groh would not say when Brooks would be back with the team, or if he would be available for the first game. The Washington Post says Groh and Brooks got into an argument on Monday. Ever since the start of practice last week, Brooks hasn't been wearing the orange jersey that signifies a starter. Instead, his place in the starting lineup has been taken by senior Rich Bedeson.
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The ACC's basketball schedule for the upcoming season is out -- and conference schools will be on TV a record-setting 261 times this winter. Your Hometown Station will be one the homes for ACC hoops through a contract agreement reached with Raycom and Jefferson Pilot.
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[RUNS=:19]
[OUT Q=...good looking deal."]
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Eventually, WDBJ will be able to give viewers the chance to see more than one game at a time during hoop season.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I THINK...]
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[OUT Q=...out there."]
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The first game on WDBJ will be on December 28th - when Liberty takes on Maryland. The game many of you are wondering about is Thursday February 17th - that's when Duke and JJ Redick invade the Cassell for a 9 o'clock tip-off.

[Beer-Bear]


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[ENG#=1]

[NOTE ANCHOR TAG]
It's not that unusual to spot a bear in the woods of Washington State.
But this bear was seen swilling BEER-- but not just any brand of beer.
Chris Legaros has the story.
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[SUPER=03-Baker Lake, WA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Bryon Hadaway/Baker Lake Resort; :09]
[SUPER=01-Bill Heinck/Washington Fish & Wildlife; :48]
[SUPER=01-Chris Legaros/Reporting; :53]
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[OUT Q=the very next morning.]
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That was Chris Legaros reporting.


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