SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM


ENG#=1 Today on News 7 at 5, new efforts


in Richmond to end what's called the
"Keg Party Loophole".
VO NAT VO NAT

Norfolk Southern needs less than a day
to restore service on the line
disrupted by yesterday's derailment.

(END VO) END VO


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ROBIN ON CAM ROBIN ON CAM


Anybody up for a quiet weather weekend?
Sunshine and 50's headline this
forecast.
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=2 We'll pay tribute to Ossie Davis,


who lived big lives on the screen and
in civil rights.
VO NAT VO NAT

On Healthcheck, we'll help you see the
facts of glaucoma, and why it takes
away the vision of so many people.

(END VO) END VO



SHANNON ON CAM

See why a man who runs a business under
Victory Stadium wants the city to pay
his flood losses.

News 7 at 5 is next.
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*CG 4063


*CG standup Shannon Young
syoung@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed

rreed@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com
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VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#=3 State legislators hope to limit


underage drinking. They're going after
the minors who do it and the adults who
provide the booze.

(END VO) END VO



Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=VA Legislature Republicans believe a bill
ENG#=4 moving through the General Assembly


will close the "keg party" loophole in
a Virginia law. *CG locator

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG file File Tape

When it comes to underaged

drinking both the drinker and the
provider can be prosecuted, but only
under certain circumstances.

Currently it is only illegal for
persons under the age of 21 to
*possess* or *attempt to possess*
alcohol.
*CG locator Richmond

Delegate Rob Bell is pushing a
bill that would also make it illegal
for people under 21 to *consume* an
alcoholic beverage.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=There's been this sort of




*CG 2line Del. Rob Bell

(R) Charlottesville DEL. ROB BELL/(R) CHARLOTTESVILLE:


THERE'S BEEN THIS SORT OF STRANGE RULE
THAT IF YOU PURCHASE IT OR POSSESS IT
IT'S ILLEGAL BUT IF YOU TAKE THE NEXT
STEP AND ACTUALLY DRINK IT IT'S MUCH
HARDER TO PROVE. SO WE'RE GOING TO
TAKE CARE OF THAT LOOPHOLE.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=take care of that loophole





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Bell's bill would also make it a
Class one misdemeanor for adults to

give alcohol to underaged drinkers.

He says, under current law, it's
hard to prosecute people who provide
alcohol to underaged guests in their
homes.

Delegate Dave Albo says 67-
percent of underaged drinkers get their
alcohol from an adult who's purchased
it for them.

Under Albo's bill anyone found
guilty of providing alcohol to an
underaged drinker would have his or her
driver's license suspended for one
year.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Norfolk Southern Norfolk Southern trains are rolling
ENG#=1 through Glenvar again.



VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Today Crews have finished clearing away
the 27 loaded coal cars that ran off
the tracks yesterday afternoon.

The derailment was the railroad's
third in about a month.

But federal statistics show Norfolk

Southern's track record is pretty good.

Last year, it reported 200
derailments to the Federal Railroad
Administration...about 9 for every
thousand miles of track.

CSX had just over 300 derailments,
or about 13 for every thousand miles.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=Victory Stadium A man who teaches Tae Kwon Do at


Victory Stadium says he lost big when
the stadium flooded four months ago-
and that he's still received no help
from the city.

DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Jean/Newsroom DOUBLE BOXES



Jean Jadhon spoke with him. Jean what
did he lose in flooding?

LIVE=Jean Full/Newsroom LIVE FULL
GRAPHIC=Victory Stadium FS in Monitor




*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com Shannon the list is long. Lyle Miller
says he lost practice targets, headgear
and uniforms- as well as video tapes
and books.

It's equipment he personally owns,

but uses to teach classes at the
stadium.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL LYLE MILLER: BUT THE TOP PART IF A FOMA
INQ=BUT THE TOP PART RUBBER SO IT SOAKED UP ALL THAT SEWAGE


AND WATER THAT CAME IN HERE.

RUNS=07 END SOT



OQ=THAT CAME IN HERE





VO-NAT VO NAT

*CG 2line Roanoke

Miller says his losses total 71-
hundred dollars- the equipment was
ruined when flooding hit Victory
Stadium back in September.

Four months later - Miller says he
hasn't seen any money from the city.

Miller has an agreement with the
city where he teaches classes at the
stadium and gives a percentage of what
he makes to the city.

SOT FULL (SOT FULL)
INQ=i'M NOT MAKING




*CG 2line Lyle Miller

Tae Kwon Do Instructor sot at 18:05 miller: i'm not making


MONEY HERE I TOLD YOU MY PRICES THEY'RE
NOT HIGH ENOUGH TO MAKE MONEY I'M DOING
IT MORE OUT OF LOVE TO DO IT HERE.


RUNS=13 (END SOT)



OQ=TO DO IT HERE.




Jean on cam ON CAM

Should the city pay Miller or is he
responsible for buying new equipment
himself?

DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Jean DOUBLE BOXES



We'll hear from the city risk
management officer coming up on News 7
at six. Shannon.

Shannon

Jean, since the flooding have classes
resumed?

LIVE=Jean Full/Newsroom LIVE FULL Jean newsroom



Miller is still teaching at Victory
Stadium. He says he does it out of love
for the students- and he's buying new
equipment he says little by little.

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GRAPHIC=None Things are looking up within the
ENG#=3 Lynchburg police department, just two


years after an internal survey revealed
major problems concerning pay and
morale.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Lynchburg
:00 City leaders unveiled a new survey
today that showed major improvement in
many of the problem areas that had been
cited in 2002.

More than half the force was
looking for employment elsewhere that
year ... new numbers show just 20
percent are job searching today.

Last year's pay raise went a long
way towards keeping many officers in
the Hill City.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 12:12:00
INQ=




*CG 2line Col. Charles Bennett
Lynchburg Police Chief COL. CHARLES BENNETT/LYNCHBURG POLICE
CHIEF: WE DO HAVE SOME MOVEMENT WITHIN
THE DEPARTMENT BUT IT HAS GOTTEN
SIGNIFICANTLY LESS, AND IN SOME CASES
SOME OF THE PEOPLE WHO HAD LEFT US HAVE
NOW RETURNED. WHICH IS A VERY POSITIVE

SIGN AS WELL.

RUNS=13 (END SOT)



OQ=positive sign as well.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The survey shows officers are
still concerned about their benefits
and promotional opportunities.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=None Actor, writer and producer Ossie Davis
ENG#=1 has died at the age of 87. He was found



dead in Miami, where he was shooting a
movie.

As Manuel Gallegus reports, Davis was a
leading figure in the arts and the
civil rights movement.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=(NAT SOT Davis)




*CG 2line Manuel Gallegus
Reporting
1:13



RUNS=1:28 (END SOT)



OQ=CBS News, Los Angeles, <


(END SOT)



HE WAS A MAINSTAY OF MOVIES,
TELEVISION, AND THE STAGEA CENTRAL
FIGURE

IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT AND IN
EFFORTS TO PROMOTE AFRICAN AMERICAN

PERFORMERS.



OSSIE DAVIS HAS DIEDAT 87.



-NAT SOT-





HIS CAREER AS AN ACTOR BEGAN IN 1939 IN
HARLEM.




AFTER SERVING IN WORLD WAR II HE
RETURNED TO THE STAGE IN NEW YORKAND

MARRIED THE LOVE OF HIS LIFE, RUBY
DEE... THEY WERE MARRIED MORE THAN 50

YEARS.



AS ACTIVISTS THEY BECAME CAUGHT-UP IN
THE COLD WARAND THE DEBATE OVER

SOCIAL AND RACIAL JUSTICE.



DAVIS DELIVERED THE EULOGY AT MALCOLM
XS FUNERAL.



-NAT SOT -CLIP





HE WAS IN COUNTLESS FILMSRADIO PROGRAMS
AND SHOWSFROM ROOTS TO

SPIKE LEES DO THE RIGHT THING.



-NAT SOT-





HE WAS HONORED AT THE KENNEDY CENTER
AND BY PRESIDENT CLINTON...



-SOT-PRESIDENT CLINTON PRESENTS AWARD





DAVIS WAS FOUND DEAD IN A HOTEL ROOM IN
MIAMIHE WAS ON LOCATION

SHOOTING A FILM CALLED RETIREMENT HIS

AGENT SAYS HE WAS SHOCKED, AND

CALLED HIM THE MOST WONDERFUL MAN IVE
EVER KNOWN.



MANUJEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LOS
ANGELES.>>





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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=APRISA A disease that can take away your


sight. Still ahead on Healthcheck, it
hits African Americans especially hard.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And President Bush continues his
push.

He's campaigning hard for changes
in the way we save for retirement.

(END VO) (END VO)

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++MINI-OPEN++


SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=George Bush As President Bush travels across
ENG#=1 a handful of states pushing Social


Security reform, he's facing more and
more questions.

As Jennifer Donelan reports,
those in the forty to fifty-four year
old age group feel they have the most
to lose.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Most presidents shy away from

social security.


*CG 2line Kymberly Mills
Worker
:19


*CG 2line Jennifer Donelan
CBS News
:48


*CG 2line Ronald Webb
Worker

:57


*CG 2line James Thurber
American University
1:15



RUNS=1:28 (END SOT)



OQ=STD <<"Most presidents shy away from social
(END SOT) security"





NOT PRESIDENT BUSH...



Bush

This makes sense to me because it gives
people ownership



FOR THE SECOND DAY IN A ROW, HE BROUGHT
HIS SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM PLAN

TO HAND-PICKED AUDIENCES... BUT IS THE
GENERAL PUBLIC READY TO BUY IT?



Sot - Kymberly Mills/Worker

"I don't think people really understand
it. You hear him speak and then

you read the articles and it's quite
different."



IT'S PREDICTED TRADITIONAL BENEFITS
WILL MOSTLY BE CUT.




(graphic) THE PRESIDENT'S PLAN ALLOWS A
WORKER TO PUT 4% OF THEIR INCOME

INTO A PERSONAL ACCOUNT, UP TO
1000-DOLLARS A YEAR. YOUR TRADITIONAL

SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT WOULD BE
REDUCED BY THE AMOUNT YOU PUT IN THE

ACCOUNT. IF THE PRIVATE ACCOUNT GROWS
BY MORE THAN 3% A YEAR THE WORKER

ENDS UP WITH MORE THAN THE TRADITIONAL
BENEFIT, IF IT DOESN'T, THERE'S

NO GUARANTEE.



Standup - Jennifer Donelan

"Caught in the middle. Workers in
their late 40's and 50's...too young

to have their benefits unaffected and
too old to have time to save up."



Sot - Ronald Webb/Worker

"That means I'll have to increase
something or spend less somewhere and

invest that and hope that it pays off."



BABY BOOMERS ARE A HEAVY VOTING BLOC,
HISTORICALLY UNAFRAID TO CALL

THEIR LOCAL LAWMAKERS TO COMPLAIN. THAT
MAKES POLITICIANS ON BOTH SIDES

VERY NERVOUS OF THE PRESIDENT'S

PROPOSAL...



Sot - James Thurber/American University

"Senators are running away from him on
the issue of ss because they have

to run again in a couple years, some of
them, and they don't like it and

they want to get reelected and that's a
problem."



THAT PROBLEM COULD BE THE DIFFERENCE
BETWEEN A BRUISING BATTLE AND A

LIFELONG LEGACY. JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS
NEWS, WASHINGTON.>>
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Healthcheck As part of Black History month


--tonight we focus on an eye disease
that's more prevalent and more severe
in the African American community.

Glaucoma is actually the leading
cause of blindness for African
Americans.
TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY


Healthcheck Banner TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY


Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins
us with details.

Shannon, the problem with glaucoma is
there often aren't any symptoms until
vision loss is severe.
JOY FULL JOY FULL

That's why African Americans
particularly those with a family
history of the disease need to get
regular eye exams.

If not they could end up like
entertainer Ray Charles


ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=The movie about




*CG locator
Universal Pictures
hits @ :00


*CG 2line Dr. Frank Cotter
Vistar Eye Center
Hits @ :26


*CG 2line Perneller Chubb-Wilson
Patient << The movie about Ray Charles life Hits @ :35 Quick revealed that the performer lost his
vision as a child because of glaucoma.


SOT FULL



10:40 (Movie Clip)

RAY I'M NOT GOING TO BEAT AROUND THE
BUSH WITH YOU. YOU'RE GOING BLIND THE
DOCTOR SAYS THEY'RE AINT NOTHING WE CAN
DO SO WE GOT TO DO IT OURSELVES

(END SOT)



This could've been the same fate for
Perneller Wilson. She waited so long
to see a doctor --she had already lost
a significant portion of her vision..

SOT FULL



14:19:19

PERNELLER ONLY HAS A SMALL PENCIL OF
VISION REMAINING IN THE CENTER OF HER
VISION IN BOTH EYES. SHE LOST ALL OF
HER PERIPHERAL VISION

(END SOT)



SOT FULL



14:14:24

DR. COTTER SAVED BOTH OF MY EYES IF I
HAD KEPT ON HE WAY I WAS GOING I
WOULDN'T HAVE ANY SITE

(END SOT)



With glaucoma, a person starts to
lose vision from the outside in over
the course of years -and that's why
it's difficult to detect.

SOT FULL




14:18:35

USUALLY BY THE TIME GLAUCOMA BECOMES
SYMPTOMATIC IT'S TOO LATE YOU'VE LOST
OVER 95 PERCENT OF OF YOUR VISION

(END SOT)



That's why Dr. Frank Cotter says
regular exam are critical to fighting
the disease.

SOT FULL



14:22:40

YOU NEED TO MAKE SURE IT'S NOT JUST A
SCREENING EXAM IN A MALL IT NEEDS TO
BE DONE BY HIGHLY TRAINED QUALIFIED
OPTHALMALOGIST... BECAUSE GLAUCOMA CAN
BE AN EXTREMELY DIFFICULT DISEASE TO
DIAGNOSE AND IT FREQUENTLY CAN BE
MISSED WITH CURSORY EXAMS

(END SOT)



because Perneller got help when she
did --she's has been able to prevent
any further vision loss.

SOT FULL



14:15:22

I HOPE MORE PEOPLE WILL GET THIS EYE
EXAM. IT COULD CREEP UP ON YOU. THERE
IS NOT NEED TO BE BLIND IF YOU DON'T
HAVE TO>>

(END SOT)
RUNS=1:35




OUT Q=If you don't have to




JOY FULL JOY FULL

African Americans are 4 times more
likely to have glaucoma then Caucasians
and 14 to 17 times likely to go blind
because of it.
TWO SHOT SHANNO/JOY TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Shannon,

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=APRISA If you've had enough of snowy weekends,


you'll love what Robin has to offer.
His complete forecast is still ahead.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And things are getting hot in Florida,
where the Super Bowl is two days away.

(END VO) (END VO)

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The countdown to Super Bowl is down to
ENG#=1 the final days.



Fans arriving in Jacksonville are
pumped, ready to play, and ready to
spend.

Aleen Sirgany has the story.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=(NAT SOT)




*CG locator Jacksonville, FL
:00
:00


*CG 2line Russ Frances
Former NFL Player
:32


*CG 2line Aleen Sirgany
CBS News
:44 Quick


*CG 2line Tom Petway
Super Bowl Host Committee
:49



*CG 2line Derrick Neal
Eagles Fan
1:12



RUNS=1:28 (END SOT)



OQ=CBS News, Jacksonville <<(NAT) SINGING



(END SOT)



THE FAN FEST STARTS............(NAT)...
AS SOON AS PEOPLE GET TO

JACKSONVILLE.



(NAT/SOT/Q&A )not long enough to super



"EAGLES, EAGLES. You guys are pumped up
and you haven't left the airport

yet. Man, we were pumped up before you
even left the airport in

Philadelphia."



AND HE'S NOT ALONE...ALSO PUMPED
UP......MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND

FANS FLOCKING TO THE SUNSHINE STATE FOR
SUPER BOWL 39.......INCLUDING

FORMER NFL GREAT.....



(NAT) "THIS IS FROM SUPER BOWL 19"



SUPER BOWL WINNER AND 49'ER STAR..RUSS
FANCIS.




(SOT)RUSS FANCES/FORMER NFL PLAYER



"anyone who says they don't hear the
fans, feel, smell and taste the

fans is lying..they are a huge part of
every game especially one as big

as the super bowl."



(BRIDGE)ALEEN SIRGANY/CBS NEWS"

"The hope is that this is a win win
situation. The fans come to

Jacksonville pumped up for the super
bowl and in turn they help pump up

Jacksonville's economy."



(sot)TOM PETWAY/SUPER BOWL HOST


COMMITTEE

"The reason we're excited about the
super bowl 39 is that it will put

Jacksonville on a world wide stage"



IF HISTORY IS ANY
INDICATION...JACKSONVILLE COULD NET A
PROFIT INTO THE

HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS.....FOR THE
FANS..........



(NAT)

"On a scale of one to ten how would you
describe yourself as a fan? I'm


a ten"



WHO SPENT THEIR OWN SMALL FORTUNE TO BE
HERE....



(NAT)"GO BIRDS"..........



.THEY'RE INVESTING IN A DREAM COME
TRUE.......



(sot)DERRICK NEAL/EAGLE'S FAN



"we didn't come here to lose.this is it
right here, we're taking it back

to Philly..I'm carrying the trophy
myself."



AND YOU CAN'T PUT A PRICE TAG ON
THAT....





(NAT)GUYS SINGING "WELCOME TO
JACKSONVILLE, SUPER BOWL"TC17:21



ALEEN SIRGANY, CBSNEWS, JACKSONVILLE.>>




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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=APRISA The Flames are on fire. Mike visits the


Liberty women next in the two-minute
ticker.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And talk about nickel bags. What's
behind the sacks and sacks of nickels
found buried in a Florida backyard.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody and
ENG#=1 welcome to the Friday ticker.



The Liberty University women head
to High Point for a 7pm tipoff tomorrow

night in Big South play. The Flames
are 13 and 5 overall.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Lynchburg
:00 But more importantly Carey
Green's team is a perfect 5 and oh in
the conference. With last Saturday's
win over Radford, the Liberty ladies
have now won a whopping 51 consecutive
games in the Big South--an eye popping
streak that has done plenty to inflate
expectations in the Hill City.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
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*CG 2line Kristal Tharp
Liberty Guard
:00


*CG 2line Carey Green
Liberty Head Coach KRISTAL THARP/LIBERTY GUARD:
:23 CAREY GREEN/LIBERTY HEAD COACH:

RUNS=:46 (END SOT)



OQ=don't look too far into the future."


S02 MIKE S5-WDBJ -- COPY APRISA 114, 107 AND 115 --
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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM The ACC plays on WDBJ this



weekend, in fact your can catch four
games tomorrow on either WDBJ-7 or our

digital channel 7-2.

TAKE FS GFX 114 TAKE FS GFX

The fun begins tomorrow afternoon
at one o'clock as the Duke Blue Devils
look to bounce back from their loss at
Wake Forest against Georgia Tech.
APRISA 107 (WIPE)

Then right after that one we're
headed to Blacksburg for the Hokies and
the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

That one should tip-off at 3pm
also right here on Your Hometown
Station.
APRISA 108 (WIPE)

Then tomorrow night - the
Virginia Cavaliers will try to get
their act together as they battle the
struggling Wolfpack of NC State in an 8
o'clock tip-off.
APRISA 109 (WIPE)

And for those of you capable of
catching our digital signal.

Seven Too tomorrow will have the
Maryland- Miami game at three o'clock.

Four big ACC games only on your
ACC Connection - WDBJ-7 tomorrow.


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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Super Bowl 39 is just a couple of
ENG#= days away as the Patriots and Eagles


begind finalizing their preparations
for one another.

The Patriots remain 7 points
favorites.

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*CG 2line Donovan McNabb
Philadelphia Quarterback
:00


*CG 2line Bill Belichick
Patriots Head Coach
:08



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OQ=AGAINST PHILADELPHIA





MIKE ON CAM

MIKE ON CAMERA

Coming up at the top of the hour
we'll check in with Rusty Wallace and
the ever growing empire at Penske
Motorsports.

Take care everybody.
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Market Update Stocks posted strong gains for the day,
ENG#=1 and for the second straight week.



Ed Crane has today's market update.

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*CG 2line Ed Crane
CBS Market Update
:00



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OQ=News 7 at 5. <<



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*CG 5stox1 i
0.16
45.50
h
0.70
70.21
h
1.46
52.39
i
0.95
46.21
i
0.126
18.28


*CG 5stox2 h
0.24
11.29
h
0.72
23.92
h
0.20
26.24
h
0.87
86.82

h
0.59
66.24


*CG 5stox3 h
0.01
18.40
h
0.58
29.45
h
0.91
32.51
h
1.22
92.62
i
0.59
49.60


*CG 5stox4 h
0.93
55.26
h
0.33
24.24
i
0.349
27.641

h
0.12
6.12
h
1.10
48.85
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Police in Florida are one step
ENG#=2 closer to solving a coin caper that's


gained national attention.

VO-NAT :25 VO-NAT

*CG locator Miami

Long-haul trucker Angel Mendoza
disappeared in mid-December while
transporting more than 3 and a half
million nickels from the Federal
Reserve Bank.

Somewhere along the way he and
the money disappeared.

Today, though, an anonymous tip
led police to a four foot hole behind a
Miami house where they found the
180-thousand dollars in coins
underneath a tarp, still in Federal
Reserve bags.

Mr. Mendoza, however, is still

missing.

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*CG 4034
email/copyright


*CG 4035
fax/copyright

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