GRAPHIC=None Up next on News 7--


ENG#=1 Another snowstorm is eyeing our


region.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And, more than a dozen people are
injured after a plane crash this
morning in New Jersey.

The plane skidded off the runway and
plowed into a buildling.

(END VO) (END VO)


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LEO ON CAM LEO ON CAM

We're seeing sunshine right now but
some snow's not that far away. I'll
have your wintry forecast.



KIMBERLY ON CAM

Stay with us. News 7 at noon, starts
right now.
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*CG 4054


*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


*CG 305
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ANCHOR=KIMBERLY VO-NAT


VO-WX PRO KIMBERLY

ENG#=NONE Just when you thought it was safe to


go out on the road again, we face the
threat of winter weather again tonight.

(END VO) (END VO)


KIM ON CAM KIM ON CAM

Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.


Let's head over to meteorologist Leo
Hirsbrunner in the Skytracker 7
forecast center to learn what we should
expect tonight.
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SKYTRACKER FULL RADAR


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STORY


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GRAPHIC=None Everybody is now accounted for after
ENG#=2 a plane crash this morning in New


Jersey.


A corporate jet skidded off a runway
while trying to take off.

It then crossed a highway and
slammed into a building.

Alison Harmelin has more.

SOT FULL (SOT FULL)
INQ=




*CG locator Teterboro, NJ
:00


*CG 2line Dr. Joseph Feldman
Hackensack University Hospital
:19


*CG 2line Luis Ortega
Witness' Husband
:34


*CG 2line Alison Harmelin
Reporting
:46



RUNS=:56 (END SOT)



OQ=Harmelin, CBS News, Teterboro, NJ <<



(END SOT) THE MORNING RUSH HOUR IN NEW JERSEY


COULD HAVE TURNED TRAGIC WHEN A TWIN

ENGINE JET APPARENTLY SKIDDED OFF THE
RUNWAY, CROSSED A BUSY HIGHWAY AND


SLAMMED INTO A CLOTHING WAREHOUSE . AT
LEAST A DOZEN PEOPLE WERE

HURT....SOME SERIOUSLY.



THE AIRCRAFT CLIPPED A CAR AS IT
CAREENED ON IT'S WAY.... TWO PEOPLE

WERE IN THE VEHICLE.



SOT: DR. JOSEPH FELDMAN/HACKENSACK


UNIV. HOSPITAL...

"ONE IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION WITH A
NON-OPERABLE HEAD INJURY."



THOSE CAR COMMUTERS WERE LUCKY TO
SURVIVE. SO WERE THE EMPLOYEES OF THE

WAREHOUSE. THE PLANE BURST INTO FLAMES
UPON IMPACT BUT THE MORNING SHIFT

HAD NOT STARTED YET.



THIS MAN'S WIFE WAS INSIDE THE BUILDING
WHEN THE PLANE HIT.



SOT: LUIS ORTEGA/HUSBAND OF EYE WITNESS



"SHE SAID A PLANE STRIKED RIGHT INTO
THE SHIPPING DEPARTMENT AND THERE

WAS AN EXPLOSION SO ALL THE FIRE ALARMS
START GOING ON AND THAT'S WHEN

THEY EVACUATE THE WHOLE BUILDING.




ON CAMERA:

TETERBORO... JUST OUTSIDE NEW YORK
CITY... IS CONSIDERED ONE THE

NATION'S BUSIEST SMALL AIRPORTS. AN
FAA SPOKESMAN SAID THE DOWNED PLANE

AS A SMALL CHARTER JET.. WITH 12
PASSENGERS ON BOARD. ALISON HARMELIN,

CBS NEWS, TETERBORO , NEW JERSEY.>>
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GRAPHIC=Train Accident A deadly collision between two
ENG#=3 passenger trains has killed at least


two people in Latvia.

VO-NAT





*CG locator Riga, Latvia (VO-NAT)



Authorities say 16 others were
injured.

They believe the accident was likely
caused by an engineer on one of the
trains ignoring a red light signal.

Dozens of rescuers are trying to pull
those who are trapped out of the
rubble..

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=Bush In tonight's State of the Union
ENG#=4 speech, President Bush is expected to


tell the nation that it's facing a
challenging and historic time-- but one
of hope.

Jennifer Donelan reports from
Washington.

SOT FULL (SOT FULL)
INQ=




*CG 2line Dan Barlett
White House Communications Director


*CG 2line James Thurber
American University


*CG 2line Jennifer Donelan
CBS News

RUNS=1:40 (END SOT)



OQ=CBS NEWS Washington <


(END SOT) EXPECT A VICTORY SPEECH ON IRAQ AND A


SALES PITCH ON SOCIAL SECURITY.



MR. BUSH WILL EXPLAIN WHY THE NATION'S
AILING FEDERAL RETIREMENT PROGRAM NEEDS
A PERMANENT FIX NOW.




Sot - Dan Bartlett/White House
Communications Director

"We have a critical opportunity here to
put together a system that was just as
good for the last century, for the next
generation of our children and
grandchildren."



THE PRESIDENT HAS ALREADY PROPOSED
ALLOWING SOME WORKERS TO DIVERT A
PORTION OF THEIR INCOME TO THE
STOCKMARKET. HE'S EXPECTED TO FURTHER
THAT TONIGHT BY SAYING THAT THE
PERSONAL ACCOUNTS HE WANTS WILL BE
VOLUNTARY AND LIMITED TO CONSERVATIVE
INVESTMENTS. BUT HE'LL OFFER NO DETAILS
ON THE SIZE - OR HOW MUCH THOSE WHO USE
PERSONAL ACCOUNTS WILL HAVE THEIR
REGULAR BENEFITS CUT.



SOME DEMOCRATS HAVE ALREADY SAID NO TO
THE PROPOSAL. EVEN SOME NERVOUS
REPUBLICANS WANT THE PRESIDENT TO
CONVINCE AMERICANS BEFORE THEY ATTACH
THEIR POLITICAL FUTURES TO THE PLAN.



Sot - James A Thurber/American
University

It's going to be hard for the president

to enact his agenda, he has unified
party governments, same party in the
house and senate, but he's got deadlock
in the senate."



Nats Iraq



FOLLOWING THE POSITIVE REACTION TO
IRAQ'S ELECTION ...THE PRESIDENT IS
EXPECTED TO TALK ABOUT WHAT'S NEXT AND
TO ASK THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY FOR
MORE SUPPORT. ONE QUESTION...WHEN ARE
AMERICAN TROOPS PULLING OUT...WILL
LIKELY REMAIN UNANSWERED. THE PRESIDENT
IS NOT EXPECTED TO OUTLINE AN EXIT
STRATEGY.



Standup - Jennifer Donelan

The speech which has been rewritten 17
times already will be evenly divided
between foreign and domestic issues.
Those include cutting the federal
deficit in half, limiting medical
malpractice lawsuits, and immigration
reforms. Jennifer Donelan cbs news
washington>>


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KIM ON CAM Kim ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Volvo Volvo and the Auto Workers Union could
ENG#=1 avert a strike.



The two sides have reached a tentative
agreement on a new three-year contract
covering thousands of union employees
at the plant in Dublin.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Dublin
File Tape United Auto Workers Local 20-69 and
Volvo Trucks North America. have been
meeting since early December.

A five-year contract expired at
midnight Monday night.

Union members did take a vote last week
to authorize a strike if necessary,
meaning if negotiations break down.

But a statement last night from the
company said they agreed on terms
yesterday. It now goes to the union for
ratification.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=None Workers at the Celanese Plant are
ENG#=2 voting on a new contract, even as the



company prepares to eliminate more than
300 positions.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Giles Co.

The plant is discontinuing production
of acetate filament, a product which is
often used in clothing and other
household goods.

Members of UNITE HERE Local 2-0-2-4 are
considering a four year contract, that
includes severance benefits for workers
who are leaving.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Well I'm going



RUNS=:12



OQ=It shouldn't be that way.




*CG 2line Denise Masters
Celanese Employee
:00


*CG 2line Chuck Lucas
Celanese Employee DENISE MASTERS/CELANESE EMPLOYEE: WELL, :08 QUICK! I'M GOING TO BE LOSING MY JOB, SO I'LL
HAVE TO TAKE IT. I'LL HAVE TO TAKE WHAT
I CAN AND GO LOOK SOMEWHERE ELSE.

CHUCK LUCAS/CELANESE EMPLOYEE:
EVERYBODY LOSING THEIR JOBS. IT
SHOULDN'T BE THAT WAY.


VO-NAT VO-NAT



The contract proposal received mixed
reviews from union members NEWS 7 spoke
with yesterday. The votes will be
counted tonight.

The current contract expires in mid-
April.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=None Blacksburg police say they've


busted another drug lab.

This time people are susected of
making the drug Ecstasy.

Federal, state and local
authorities raided a home at 317 Clay
Street yesterday afternoon.

Officers say they found the
equipment and chemicals used to make
the drug.

So far no charges have been
placed, but the investigation is still
underway.
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KIMBERLY ON CAM TAKE VIDEO

ENG#=3 VO-NAT

*CG locator Amherst Co.

Five people in Central Virginia
face federal indictments for
methamphetamine trafficking.

In the past three days, police
have arrested Ciro and June Garcia,
Randy Ellington, George Barbour and
Travis Viar.

Ellington is from Appomattox
County ... the rest live in Amherst
County.
Kim on Cam KIM ON CAM

Graphic=None Authorities also have seized


nearly 500 grams of methamphetamine.

More arrests may follow.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER Still to come on the newscast,
ENG#=APRISA Roanoke is closer to hiring a new


school superintendent.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



Plus we'll have the latest on Pope
John Paul after yesterday's health
scare that landed him in the hospital.
END VO END VO

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GRAPHIC= A Vatican spokesman say there's no
ENG#= cause for alarm, as Pope John Paul's


condition stabilizes.

The 84-year-old pontiff was rushed
to a hospital last night.

Drew Levinson is in Rome with the
latest.

SOT FULL (SOT FULL)
INQ=




*CG locator Rome, Italy
File Tape


*CG 2line Father Gregory Waldrop

CBS News Consultant


*CG 2line Drew Levinson
CBS News


*CG 2line Father Owen Keenan
Catholic Priest


*CG locator Paris, France



RUNS=1:18 (END SOT)



OQ=Levinson, CBS News, Rome <<



(END SOT) Pkge:



(NATZ)(File/Pope/The Vatican

POPE JOHN PAUL THE SECOND IS EXPECTED
TO REMAIN IN THE HOSPITAL SEVERAL

MORE DAYS AS HE BATTLES RESPIRATORY
PROBLEMS BROUGHT ON BY THE FLU. THE

VATICAN SAYS THERE'S NO CAUSE FOR
ALARM...THAT THE DECISION TO RUSH THE

PONTIFF TO THE HOSPITAL OVERNIGHT WAS
MOSTLY PRECAUTIONARY.



SOT: Father Gregory Waldrop/CBS News


Consultant

"HE RESTED DURING THE NIGHT, SLEPT, WAS
UP AND ABOUT HAVING BREAKFAST

THIS MORNING AND WAS FEELING ALERT AND
WELL ENOUGH TO CON-CELEBRATE


MASS."



TESTS SHOWED THE 84 YEAR OLD PONTIFF'S
HEART TO BE FUNCTIONING NORMALLY.



(STANDUP BRIDGE)

BUT DESPITE THE POSITIVE NEWS...THE
POPE'S AGE AND BOUTS WITH

PARKINSON'S DISEASE...COMBINED TO SPARK
A FLURRY OF CONCERN AND

SPECULATION.



SOT: WALDROP AGAIN



"NO DOUBT THEY ARE CONTINUING TO BE
CAUTIOUS. THEY WANT TO MAKE SURE

THEY GET THIS THING UNDER CONTROL."



(NATZ ST. PETER'S SQUARE)



IN SAINT PETER'S SQUARE...SOME OF THE
FAITHFUL GATHERED EARLY THIS

MORNING.



SOT: FATHER OWEN KEENAN/CATHOLIC PRIEST



"JUST TO PRAY FOR HIS RECOVERY AND TO
PRAY FOR ALL THOSE WHO ARE CARING

FOR HIM."



(LOCATOR: PARIS )




AND AROUND THE WORLD..CATHOLICS ALSO
PRAYED FOR THEIR LEADER.



SOT: MOS TOURIST, NO NAME


AVAILABLE

"Yes I shall be, I shall be praying for
him. But he's an old man. He's

had a good run."



(MORE NATZ)



BACK IN ROME, ALL DAY-TO DAY ACTIVITIES
OF THE VATICAN ARE EXPECTED TO

PROCEED AS SCHEDULED. DOCTORS SAY THE
POPE'S RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS ARE

RARELY FATAL..AND EVERYONE HOPES TO SEE
THE PONTIFF OUT OF THE HOSPITAL

IN A FEW DAYS.

DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, ROME

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GRAPHIC=none



ENG#=2





SOT FULL KIMBERLY ON CAM




INQ=Nat sound Things could start changing at


Roanoke City Schools... including when
they start.

Administrators are considering
changing the begining of the school day

Justin McLeod has more.

SOT FULL

*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Loenda Toomer
Parent
:14


*CG 2line Louise Dillon
Preston Park Teacher
:25 (QUICK)


*CG 2line Hallie Pilcher
Middle School Student
:38


*CG 2line Howard Renfro
Parent
:49


*CG 2line Lissy Merenda
Roanoke City Schools Spokesperson
1:21



*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:29



RUNS=1:36 (END SOT)



OQ=Justin McLeod, News 7. <<((NAT SOUND OF TEACHING))



(END SOT) Here in Roanoke, the school day for


most elementary schools begins promptly
at nine o'clock in the morning.

Many however feel kids should be
here much earlier in the day.

SOT FULL



LOENDA TOOMER/PARENT: I THINK IT'S
PRETTY GOOD. THEY'RE FRESH AND I
BELIEVE THEY'LL DO BETTER.

(END SOT)



Teachers agree.

Here at Preston Park for example,
SOL tests are administered as early as
possible.

SOT FULL



LOUISE DILLON/PRESTON PARK TEACHER: WE
TRY TO HAVE THE CORE SUBJECTS EARLY
WHEN THE CHILDREN A VERY VERY WIDE
AWAKE.

(END SOT)



But it's just the opposite for
middle school students.


Research indicates older students
may learn more if they sleep later.

SOT FULL



HALLIE PILCHER/MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT:
IT'S A LITTLE BIT EASIER TO LEARN WHEN
IT'S LATER IN THE DAY AND NOT LIKE I
SAID FALLING ASLEEP.

(END SOT)



So Roanoke City is considering
changing the start of school.

Not everyone thinks it's a great
idea.

SOT FULL



HOWARD RENFRO/PARENT: I THINK IT WOULD
BE INCONVIENT ON A LOT OF THE PARENTS
WHO WORK AND DRIVE THEIR KIDS TO
SCHOOL.

(END SOT)



Roanoke realizes any change will be
controversial so it held this meeting
to gain public input.

((QUICK NAT SOUND OF MEETING))

Most have concerns but no strong
opposition.

One proposal that's getting a lot of
attention is to have the elementary
schools start first, and then have the
middle and high school start later and
at the same time.


But before that can happen, many
obstacles need to be worked out,
transportation being one.

SOT FULL



LISSY MERENDA/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS: WE
DO HAVE TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE THE
CAPACITY IN OUR FLEET TO HANDLE
APPROPIATE ROTATION.

(END SOT)



SOT FULL



JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE COMMITTEE
FORMED TO LOOK INTO THIS ISSUE WILL
MAKE A RECOMMENDATION TO THE SCHOOL
BOARD AT ITS MARCH FIRST MEETING. ANY
CHANGE COULD BE IMPLEMENTED AS EARLY AS
THIS FALL. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.

(END SOT)>>


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GRAPHIC=None Meanwhile the City is one step closer
ENG#=3 to selecting a new school


superintendent.

The school board met IN CLOSED
SESSION yesterday to narrow the list of
candidates.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

:00 While the chairwoman declined to say
how many finalists there are, she did
say the board is pleased with the
quality of candidates.

SOT FULL 19:31 SOT FULL
INQ=I'm a little



RUNS=19



OQ=for the position




*CG 2line Kathy Stockburger
Roanoke School Board Chairperson KATHY STOCKBURGER/SCHOOL BOARD
CHAIRWOMAN: I'M A LITTLE BIT SURPRISED
BY THE NUMBERS OF THE APPLICANTS AND
THE QUALITY AND SO I AM THRILLED
BECAUSE THAT PROVIDES A RICHER POOL FOR
US TO SEARCH THROUGH AND UTLIMATELY
FIND THE BEST CANDIDATE FOR THE
POSITION.
KEITH ON CAM KIM ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The school board will conduct


interviews over the next two weeks.

The public will then have a chance
to meet the finalists and offer input.

The school board hopes to hire
someone by the end of the month.
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Still to come on the newscast, it's
ENG#=APRISA Groundhog day



VO-NAT VO-NAT



so after the break, we'll see who has
the worse weather news... Leo or
Punxsutawney Phil .
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GRAPHIC=None You'll want to keep your winter coat
ENG#=1 handy for a while--



That after this morning's Groundhog
Day event in Punxsutawney,
Pennsylvania.


VO-NAT





*CG locator Punxsutawney, PA (VO-NAT)



Thousands of cheering fans stood

waiting for Punxsutawney Phil to be
awakened from hibernation to give his
yearly forecast.

But the festive atmosphere turned
somber, once the world's most famous
prognosticator saw his shadow.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=As I study the sun



RUNS=15



OQ=only the messenger





(END SOT) (END SOT)



And with that, a forecast of six
more weeks of winter.

(END VO) (END VO)


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On Wall Street at Noon, the Dow was UP
36 points.
*CG noonstox x The Nasdaq Composite Index has gained 36 4.
x
4

x=up y=down


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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER It took more than thirteen years,

ENG#=APRISA but the Fighting Quakers finally got a


win over Randolph Macon.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



Coming up in Sports, a twelve
game losing streak ends with a 90 foot
miracle.
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GRAPHIC=MOTOR MILE Five young stock car drivers get
ENG#=1 the break they've been dreaming of with


the Motor Mile Speedway's "Driver
Development Program."

VO-NAT VO-NAT



The speedway held a
newsconference yesterday at the
Christiansburg events center to
introduce the men who were selected
from a pool of 148 applicants.


They will be trained and funded
to compete at the track in Late Model,
Limited Sportsman, Late Model Truck and
Mini-Stock divisions.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=BITES



RUNS=:44



OQ=...ON TOP OF THINGS."




*CG 2line Joe Taylor
Mini-Stock Driver from New Castle


*CG 2line Ben Farmer
Limited Sportsman from Altavista


*CG 2line Forrest Reynolds
Late Model Truck Driver from Craig Co.



VO-NAT VO-NAT CON'T



The drivers also will be educated
in the art of public speaking, media
relations and asked to make public
appearances at malls and schools.

The program has a $500 thousand
dollar price tag, but the developers
believe the investment is worth it.

IN CUE: BITE SOT FULL
RUNS=:29



OC=...WOULDN'T OF HAD.





*CG 2line David Hagan
Motor Mile Speedway Co-Owner


*CG 2line Lynn Carroll
Driver Development Director



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Terrell Owens is the center of
ENG#=2 attention after Super Bowl media day.



The Eagles wide receiver, who
hurt his leg and ankle in the regular
season, practiced again today and
insists he will play and contribute on
Sunday.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ="I FEEL GREAT...



RUNS=:31



OQ=....JUST WAIT UNTIL SUNDAY."




*CG 2line Terrell Owens
Says He Will Play in Super Bowl













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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=ODAC A big play in the Old Dominion
ENG#=3 Athletic conference is making the


highlight reels.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Ashland
Guilford vs. Randolph Macon Randolph Macon head coach Mike
Rhodes was playing the percentages last
night just like any good coach would
when his team was tied with Guilford at
88-all, with six-tenths of a second to
play.

His guard Adam Krovic was at the
free throw line looking to win it.

He hit the first, and was then
instructed to intentionally miss the
second.

He did.

But Jordan Snipes grabbed it and
fired it 92 feet like a
baseball...straight into the basket at
the buzzer.

Snipes already had 31 points in

the game, but his unlikely three
pointer gave Guilford a 91-to-89 win in
overtime.

(END VO) (END VO)


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WXPRO FULL QUICKCAST










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*CG 4030
e-Mail/Copyright


*CG 4031
Fax/Copyright










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