02/10/05

News-7 Mornin'



GRAPHIC=News 7 Mornin' North Korea has raised the stakes in
ENG#=1 its nuclear confrontation with the U-S.



VO-NAT





*CG file File Tape (VO-NAT)



For the first time, leaders said
they have nuclear weapons.

But they rejected moves to restart

disarmament talks anytime soon.

They say they need the weapons as
protection against an increasingly
hostile U-S.

The U-S, North and South Korea,
China, Japan and Russia have held three
rounds of talks since 2003, aimed at
persuading the North Koreans to abandon
their weapons development.

A fourth round was cancelled last
September when North Korea refused to
attend.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none On Capitol Hill, it's a battle over
ENG#2= Medicare.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Taxpayers will have to shell out
more for the new Medicare Prescription
Drug benefit-- hundreds of billions
more than the plan's original price
tag.

When the bill passed Congress in
2003, the price was 400 billion for the
first decade.

Two months after it became law, the

White House revised that to 534-
billion.

But the full benefit doesn't kick in
until 2006-- now the administration
says it'll cost 724 billion dollars.

President Bush says aging baby
boomers are pushing up the cost, and
stood by his plan.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I'm convinced President Bush: I'm convinced they'll


have cost savings for our society, and
I know it will make the life of our
seniors better.

RUNS=5 (END SOT)



OQ=our seniors better





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Medicare sticker shock court hurt the
President's social security plans, with
Congress questioning what the real cost
could be for private investment
accounts.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None President Bush's budget proposal
ENG#=3 includes more funding for the Roanoke



River Flood Reduction Project.

Yesterday, Congressman Bob Goodlatte
said the project is in line for another
five million dollars, if Congress
approves.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke
September 28 The project will not protect Roanoke
from a hundred year flood, but
representatives of the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers say it probably would have
prevented water from reaching Victory
Stadium last September.

They also told members of the Victory
Stadium Committee that the facility
could be flood-proofed, but that it's
unclear how much that would cost, and
whether federal funding would be
available.

The 10-mile flood control project will
be built in phases and is expected to
cost about 65-million dollars.
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ENG#=4



VO-NAT





*CG locator Roanoke
September Four months after flooding at the
stadium, the first check from the
National Flood Insurance program has
arrived- totalling 110 thousand
dollars.

The city filed claims for 300
thousand dollars to cover repairs and
cleanup at the stadium and Armory.


SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=nORMALLY we should




*CG 2line Glenn Asher
Roanoke Risk Management Officer GLENN ASHER/RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICER:
NORMALLY WE SHOULD HAVE THE MONEY BACK
BY NOW BUT LIKE I SAID FOUR HURRICANES
IN ONE MONTH THE NATIONAL FLOOD
INSURANCE PROGRAM THAT'S WHY THEY SENT
US ADVANCES. THEY DON'T EVEN KNOW WHEN
THEY'LL HAVE OUR CLAIM ADJUSTED.

RUNS=13



OQ=our claim adjusted





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The 300 thousand dollar price tag
did not cover field or fencing.

Neither is covered under national

flood insurance.

The city pays between 8 and 10
thousand dollars a year for flood
insurance on Victory Stadium- and
roughly 3-thousand for the Armory.

Much of the damage at Victory
stadium was electrical.

A large part of the expense also
went for cleanup.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none When the city of Roanoke
ENG#=1 drastically changed traffic patterns in


downtown, many shop owners said it
would drive them out of business.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

It's been more than a year since
traffic on Campbell Avenue went from
one way to two way.

Many merchants say it's now easier to
access the downtown region and
therefore business is up.

City leaders are also pleased with
the results.

SOT FULL 48:56 SOT FULL



INQ=It's been about




*CG 2line Mark Jamison
Roanoke City Traffic Engineer MARK JAMISON/CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER:
IT'S BEEN ABOUT 15 OR 16 MONTHS NOW,
WE'LL COME THROUGH THIS SPRING AND DO
SOME COUNTS AND MAY MAKE SOME
ADJUSTMENTS TO SOME OF THE TURN LANES
AND SIGNAL TIMES AND TRY TO IMPROVE
SOME OF THAT, BUT WE WANTED TO GIVE A
REASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME TO ADJUST TO
THE CHANGES AND WE THINK THAT HAS
HAPPENED.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=think that has happened





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Research already shows traffic
volumes have actually remained the same
on Campbell Avenue.

That has led to more congestion at
times because the street is no longer
one way.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none A major announcement from the



ENG#=2 British royal family--




VO-NAT





*CG file File Tape (VO-NAT)



Officials say Prince Charles will
marry Camilla Parker Bowles.

Charles was previously married to
Princess Diana, who died in a

car crash in 19-97.

The marriage is a sensitive issue
because Parker Bowles is

divorced, and her former husband is
still alive.

Charles would be the supreme governor
of the Church of England if he took the
throne, and some Anglicans are opposed
to remarriage after

divorce.

No official word on when the wedding
will take place, but British media
report the big day will be April Sixth.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=NCAA 6092



In sports, an N-C-A-A committee

has recommended that all schools and
football conferences be allowed to use
the video replay system tested in the
Big Ten last season.

The recommendation will be
considered by an oversight panel
February 24th and could be in place for
the upcoming season.

Now let's check the scoreboards.



<< GO TO SCORES

IN CUE=FIRST SCORE



RUNS=:25



OC=...LAST SCORE




*CG colbball


Florida State
55
j
Virginia
56


UVa Men Now 12 and 9



North Carolina #2


70
j


Duke #7


71


Duke's 4th Straight Win Over Heels


*CG colbball


Roanoke
75
j
Bridgewater
81


ODAC Men


Washington & Lee
78
j
Emory & Henry
87


ODAC Men


*CG colbball j
High Point
75


Radford
61



Radford Men Now 10 and 10
j
Liberty
74


Winthrop
50


Liberty Women Now 15 and 5


*CG hsbball j
William Fleming
72


Alleghany
65


Blue Ridge
j
Lord Botetourt
72


William Byrd
56


Blue Ridge


*CG hsbball j

North Cross
51


Glenvar
31




j
Galax
74


Bland Co.
46


*CG hsgbball j
Hidden Valley
67


Christiansburg
29


River Ridge
j
Radford
76


Eastern Montgomery
32



Radford 21 and 0


*CG hsgbball j
James River
56


Covington
29


Pioneer
j
Blacksburg
51


Salem
46


River Ridge


*CG hsgbball j >>
Pulaski Co.
49


Cave Spring
30


River Ridge
j
Parry McCluer

72


Highland Co.
22


Pioneer


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SOT FULL



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RUNS=05



OQ=your hometown weather.





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ANCHOR=Leo



Leo in Chromakey
Leo in Chromakey

(WeatherPro)

(WeatherPro)



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StAY ON 7 DAY PLANNER


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Lottery-Bump----NOT ON MONDAYS



COMM #-1


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5 1 9 2
09 20 21 27 33
04 19 22 26 27 43

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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=Business News



ENG#=1 In business news, stocks fell


yesterday.

And two credit card companies are
doubling the minimum monthly payment.

Ed Crane has those stories and more in
this morning's Market Update.





SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=




*CG 2line Ed Crane
Reporting

<
MIXED EARNINGS NEWS FROM CISCO
SYSTEMS..AND A DROP IN TREASURY YIELDS
CONSPIRE TRY DRIVE DOWN THE MARKES
CISCO MET IT'S TARGET NUMBER BUT
FORECAST WEEK SALES AHEAD...WHILE THE

TEN YEAR TREASURY YIELD FELL BELOW 4
PERCENT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MONTHS,



ESS=dow



THE DOW CLOSED DOWN 6O POINTS...



ESS=



THE NASDAQ LOST 34



ESS=s and p



AND THE S AND P FELL A BIT MORE THAN
TEN POINTS



VT=VO fiorina



BEFORE THE MARKETS OPENED CAME WORD

THAT CARLY FIORINA, ONE OF THE MOST
POWERFUL WOMEN IN AMERICAN BUSINESS HAD
BEEN SHOWN THE DOOR BY HEWLETT PACKARD.
WORD IS HER MANAGEMENT STYLE AND LONG
TERM STRATEGIC VIEW DID NOT SIT WELL
WITH BOARD MEMBERS.



ESS=boardroom shuffle:hpq/dell/gtw



HEWLETT PACKARD TRADED UP ON THE NEWS
AS DID COMPETITOR DELL
COMPUTER....SHARES OF BOXMAKER GATEWAY
NOT SEEING MUCH BEEN BENEFIT FROM THE
H-P SHAKE UP.




ONCAM=ED



AMONG OTHER STOCKS MOVING WEDNESDAY:



ESS=stocks in the spotlight: e bay/kkd



E BAY RALLIED ON AN ANALYST BUY RATING
AND TROUBLED KRISPY KREME ANNOUNCED IT
WOULD TRIM 25 PERCENT OF IT'S WHITE
COLLAR WORK FORCE TO CUT COSTS..BUT
INVESTORS WEREN'T IMPRESSED.



ONCAM=ED



IF YOU CARRY A CREDIT CARD BALANCE FROM
MONTH TO MONTH START BUDGETING FOR
HIGHER PAYMENTS.



VT=VO



TWO OF AMERICA'S LARGEST CREDIT CARD
ISSUERS...MBNA AND BANK OF AMERICA

ARE DOUBLING THE MINIMUM MONTHLY
PAYMENT CHARGED TO CONSUMERS WHO CHOOSE
TO CARRY A BALANCE...FROM 2 TO 4
PERCENT...COMPETITORS ARE EXPECTED TO
FOLLOW SUIT.



ONCAM=ED



FIRST IT WAS INFLIGHT MEALS...THAN
LEGROOM..NOW ONE MAJOR
AIRLINE..AMERICAN IS ELIMINATING
---PILLOWS TO SAVE MONEY.






TWO KEY REPORTS TO WATCH BEFORE THE
MARKETS OPEN....THE DECEMBER IMPORT
EXPORT GAP---AND THE MOST RECENT TALLY


OF FIRST TIME JOBLESS CLAIMS...



Graphic.C1S=graphic



ONCAM=ED



CHECK BUSINESS NEWS ANYTIME AT CBS NEWS
DOT COM...



ONCAM=ED



I'M ED CRANE CBS NEWS NY. >>





RUNS=1:29



OQ=CBS News, New York.



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ENG#=D1



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq Two car bombs exploded in Iraq
ENG#=1 today, leaving at least two people


dead.

VO-NAT





*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq (VO-NAT)



The first explosion blew up in
Baghdad after a U-S military convoy
passed by.

The other happened at a police
checkpoint south of the city, injuring
five people.

Meanwhile, Iraqi election results
were supposed to be released today, but
it's going to take more time.

Election officials say they need to
recount votes from about 300 ballot
boxes.

Allegations of voting
irregularities have complicated the
count.

Hundreds of other ballots have
been declared invalid because of
alleged tampering.

(END VO) (END VO)



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GRAPHIC=Iraq Casualty He was known for his uncanny
ENG#=2 impersonation of the Reverend Jerry


Falwell ... he even pretended to
collapse when Falwell handed him his
diploma in 2003.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Lynchburg

But those who knew Jesse Strong
during his days at Liberty University
say his enduring legacy will be one of
helping others.

The 24-year-old Strong died two
weeks ago when his Marine convoy was
ambushed in Iraq.

Thousands of students and faculty
gathered yesterday to pay tribute to
the native of Albany, Vermont.

SOT FULL 10:17:02 SOT FULL
INQ=Since his death




*CG 2line Tim Jones
Friend of Jesse Strong TIM JONES/FRIEND OF JESSE STRONG: SINCE
HIS DEATH, NUMEROUS GUYS HAVE COME UP
TO ME AND TOLD ME STORIES OF HOW JESSE
REACHED OUT TO THEM. THERE ARE SO MANY

STORIES OF HIS KINDNESS, HIS LAUGHTER,
HIS HUMOR, HIS JOY, HIS INTEGRITY, HIS
CHARACTER AND HIS LOVE FOR OTHERS.

RUNS=15



OQ=his love for others.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Reverend Falwell asked his
students to honor Strong's memory by
remaining ever faithful.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=VA Legislature One fashion statement has caught
ENG#=3 the eye of state lawmakers.



VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG file File Tape

A bill that would fine Virginians
50- bucks for exposing their underwear
in an offensive way is getting national
attention and sparking debate.

The bill's aimed at people who
wear their pants below the waist.

Some say it's just a passing fad
and believe it would be
unconstitutional to keep young people
from expressing themselves.


Others, however, call it
offensive.

The bill passed the the House and
is now before the Senate.

(END VO) (END VO)

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*CG standup Steve Pardon
spardon@wdbj7.com
Steve on Perfomance Set




*CG 2line Rachel Ivory
U. S. Postal Service


*CG telephon (540) 985-8828
U. S. Postal Service Consumer Affairs






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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=none



ENG#=




*cg 4070

Good Morning. Here's a look at today's
top stories.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#1 For the first time, North Korea


admits to having nuclear weapons.

But they're turning down efforts
restart disarmament talks anytime
soon-- saying they need the weapons as
protection against the U-S.


VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#2 Some lawmakers are experiencing


sticker shock at the cost of the
President's prescription drug benefit
plan.

New numbers on Medicare show the
President's plan will cost nearly
twice as much as originally estimated.


VO-NAT VO-NAT




ENG#3 And, the federal government may reach


into its pocketbook for the Roanoke
River Flood Reduction Project.

Congressman Bob Goodlatte says the
project is in line for another five
million dollars, if Congress approves
it.

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Stay tuned.

News 7 Mornin' will be right back.



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GRAPHIC=none




OPEN

ENG#=D1




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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News 7 Mornin' Some tough words from North Korea
ENG#=1 on the topic of nuclear weapons.



VO-NAT





*CG file File Tape (VO-NAT)



For the first time, leaders said
they have nuclear weapons.

But they rejected moves to restart
disarmament talks anytime soon.

They say they need the weapons as
protection against an increasingly
hostile U-S.

The U-S, North and South Korea,
China, Japan and Russia have held three
rounds of talks since 2003, aimed at
persuading the North Koreans to abandon
their weapons development.

A fourth round was cancelled last
September when North Korea refused to
attend.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM.

GRAPHIC=none New numbers on Medicare show the
ENG#=2 President's prescription drug



benefit plan will cost nearly twice as
much as originally estimated.

At a time when the government's in
debt, several lawmakers have expressed
concern, while Bush insists the plan
will still save money.

Susan Roberts reports.

SOT FULL (SOT FULL)
INQ=Taxpayers will have




*CG 2line Rep. Nancy Pelosi

(D) House Minority Leader


:08


*CG 2line Dr. Mark McClellan
Medicare Services Administration
:44


*CG 2line Sen. Olympia Snowe

(R) Maine


1:07


*CG 2line Susan Roberts
CBS News

1:23



RUNS=1:32 (END SOT)



OQ=Roberts, CBS news, Washington. <<



(END SOT) TAX PAYERS WILL HAVE TO PAY MORE FOR


THE NEW MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG

BENEFIT HUNDREDS OF BILLIONS OF DOLLARS
MORE THAN THE PLANS ORIGINAL

PRICE TAG.



(Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), House
Minority Leader)

PELOSI SOT 00:23:10 it seems to me it


is at the very least appalling

that this administration did not no
from one year to the next what the

cost would be of its prescription drug
bill



(GFX)

WHEN THE BILL PASSED CONGRESS IN 2003
THE STICKER PRICE WAS 400 BILLION

DOLLARS FOR THE FIRST 10 YEARS.

TWO MONTHS AFTER IT BECAME LAW THE
WHITE HOUSE REVISED THAT TO 534

BILLION.



BUT THE FULL PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFIT
DOESNT KICK IN UNTIL 2006.. SO


LOOKING AT THE FIRST DECADE WITH THE
FULL BENEFIT- THE BUSH

ADMINISTRATION SAYS IT WILL NOW COST
724 BILLION DOLLARS.



(Dr. Mark McClellan/Medicare & Medicaid
Services Administrator)

SOT our estimates of the cost of the


medicare prescription drug benefit

are the same as they were before -- now
we're into 2005 so we're looking

further into the future



BUT DEMOCRATS CALL IT A CLASSIC BAIT
AND SWITCH. SOME LAWMAKERS ON BOTH

SIDES OF THE AISLE WANT THE BILL
REOPENED - TO ALLOW MEDICARE TO

NEGOTIATE FOR LOWER DRUG PRICES OR TO
LEGALIZE CHEAPER PRESCRIPTION

IMPORTS FROM CANADA.



(Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-ME))

SNOW SOT: we received 400 billion


dollar estimates. So now what is

driving these issues we have to know.



PRESIDENT BUSH SAID AGING BABY BOOMERS
ARE PUSHING UP MEDICARES COST..

AS HE STOOD BY HIS PLAN.




BUSH 12:17:20 I look forward to
watching those reforms take effect. I'm

convinced they'll have cost savings for
our society, and I know it will

make the life of our seniors better.



STAND-UP CLOSE: MEDICARE STICKER SHOCK
COULD HURT THE PRESIDENTS SOCIAL

SECURITY PLANS.. WITH CONGRESS
QUESTIONING WHAT THE REAL COST COULD BE

FOR PRIVATE INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS. SUSAN
ROBERTS, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.>>
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GRAPHIC=None The Roanoke River Flood Reduction
ENG#=3 Project may get some money from the


federal government.

Yesterday, Congressman Bob Goodlatte
said the project is in line for another
five million dollars, if Congress
approves.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke
September 28 The project will not protect Roanoke
from a hundred year flood, but
representatives of the U.S. Army Corps

of Engineers say it probably would have
prevented water from reaching Victory
Stadium last September.

They also told members of the Victory
Stadium Committee that the facility
could be flood-proofed, but that it's
unclear how much that would cost, and
whether federal funding would be
available.

The 10-mile flood control project will
be built in phases and is expected to
cost about 65-million dollars.


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Victory Stadium It costs Roanoke City taxpayers
ENG#=4 money each year to pay for flood


insurance for Victory Stadium.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke
September Now four months after flooding there,
the first check from the National
Flood Insurance program has arrived-
totalling 110 thousand dollars.

The city filed claims for 300
thousand dollars for cleanup and
repairs at the stadium and Armory.



SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=nORMALLY we should




*CG 2line Glenn Asher
Roanoke Risk Management Officer GLENN ASHER/RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICER:
THE ELECTRICAL BOXES WERE ALL PLACED
FIVE FEET OFF THE FLOOR AND THE FLOOD
WAS FIVE AND HALF FEET DEEP. ALL THE
ELECTRICAL BOXES WERE UNDER JUST A
TREMENDOUS EXPENSE ON THAT REPLACING
HOT WATER HEATERS.

RUNS=13



OQ=our claim adjusted





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The 300 thousand price tag does not
cover the field or fencing. That is not
covered under national flood insurance.

The city pays between 8 and 10
thousand dollars a year to pay for
flood insurance on Victory Stadium- and
roughly 3-thousand for the Armory.
KIMBERLY ON CAM KIM on cam

GRAPHIC=HOLD National flood insurance money is


slow coming in because there were so
many claims following four hurricanes
last year.
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A Virginia Tech student was


rundown in the middle of a Blacksburg
crosswalk yesterday afternoon.

The suspected driver is in the
Montgomery County jail.

New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa was there as police
tried to figure out what happened.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=The man was




*CG locator Blacksburg
00


*CG 2line Terry Barber
Witness
08


*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com << 25 Year old Joshua Ryan :49 Rossand a friend were walking back to
the Virginia Tech campus when Ross was
hit by a car.

SOT FULL



Terry Barber: 33:18:00 AS WE CAME UP WE

SEEN TWO YOUNG MEN TRYING TO CROSS THE
STREET. AS HE DID, ONE YOUNG MAN
STEPPED BACK. :24 AS HE STEPPED BACK,
:25 THE CAR WAS COMING UP PASSED US..
CAUSE WE WAS DOING ABOUT 35. THE CAR
HIT HIM AND TOSSED HIM ABOUT THREE
FEET IN THE AIR.

(END SOT)



Police say traffic had stopped for the
second year grad student when a silver
chevy passed by and ran into Ross.

The car stopped for a moment and then
took off.

Police immediately started taking
measurments and marking their crime
scene as the man was rushed to the Old
Blacksburg Middle School.

From there he was flown to
Roanoke Memorial Hospital's trauma
center where he's awake and in stable
condition. >>

RUNS=1:00



OQ= RD, News Seven, Blacksburg


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none When the city of Roanoke
ENG#=2 drastically changed traffic patterns in



downtown, many shop owners said it
would drive them out of business.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

It's been more than a year since
traffic on Campbell Avenue went from
one way to two way.

Many merchants say it's now easier to
access the downtown region and
therefore business is up.

City leaders are also pleased with
the results.

SOT FULL 48:56 SOT FULL
INQ=It's been about




*CG 2line Mark Jamison
Roanoke City Traffic Engineer MARK JAMISON/CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER:
IT'S BEEN ABOUT 15 OR 16 MONTHS NOW,
WE'LL COME THROUGH THIS SPRING AND DO
SOME COUNTS AND MAY MAKE SOME
ADJUSTMENTS TO SOME OF THE TURN LANES
AND SIGNAL TIMES AND TRY TO IMPROVE
SOME OF THAT, BUT WE WANTED TO GIVE A
REASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME TO ADJUST TO
THE CHANGES AND WE THINK THAT HAS
HAPPENED.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=think that has happened






VO-NAT VO-NAT



Research already shows traffic
volumes have actually remained the same
on Campbell Avenue.

That has led to more congestion at
times because the street is no longer
one way.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none The British royal family has announced
ENG#=3 that Prince Charles will marry Camilla


Parker Bowles.


VO-NAT





*CG file File Tape (VO-NAT)





Charles was previously married to
Princess Diana, who died in a

car crash in 19-97.

The marriage is a sensitive issue
because Parker Bowles is

divorced, and her former husband is
still alive.

Charles would be the supreme governor
of the Church of England if he took the

throne, and some Anglicans remain
opposed to remarriage after

divorce.

No official word on when the wedding
will take place, but British media
report the big day will be April Sixth.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=none



ENG#=1 In sports, this week's Hometown Hoops


Weekly highlights Heritage High School.

Mike Stevens has more.





SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Good morning









RUNS=2:14 (END SOT)



OQ=later this morning.



(END SOT) weather intro next




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OPEN# E2018 - no fade



SOT FULL



INQ=From the skytracker



RUNS=05



OQ=your hometown weather.





(END SOT) (END SOT)



ANCHOR=Leo



Leo in Chromakey
Leo in Chromakey

(WeatherPro)

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(Leo tosses to Kim and Steve at desk)
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*CG standup Steve Pardon
spardon@wdbj7.com
Steve on Performance Set




*CG 2line
*CG telephon (540) 985-8828
U. S. Postal Service Consumer Affairs











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Steve tosses to Kim

(Archive: Black History US Postal

Service)
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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=Business News



ENG#=1 In business news, there's an unexpected


surge in Valentine's Day flower orders
for South American growers and U-S
shippers.

U-P-S and Fed EX are bringing in extra
workers and planes to handle the
shipments from Colombia and Ecuador
where most roses sold in the U-S are
grown.

Now here's a look at your local
stocks.





RUNS=1:16



OQ=I'm Stan Case.



(END SOT)





Tape tosses to stocks (END SOT)


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COMM (Tape tosses to stocks)
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10664.11
y
34.13
2052.55
x
80.21
11553.56


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0.63
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0.01
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0.09
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0.19
17.25
h
0.16
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1.06
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ENG#=D1



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq At least two people were killed
ENG#=1 today in a bombing in Iraq.



VO-NAT





*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq (VO-NAT)



The explosion blew up in Baghdad
after a U-S military convoy passed by.

Another blast happened at a police
checkpoint south of the city, injuring
five people.

Meanwhile, Iraqi election results
were supposed to be released today, but
it's going to take more time.

Election officials say they need to
recount votes from about 300 ballot
boxes.

Allegations of voting
irregularities have complicated the
count.

Hundreds of other ballots have
been declared invalid because of

alleged tampering.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None An Army M-P who's spent the past
ENG#=2 year working at Abu Ghraib prison in


Iraq is back home.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

Sergeant Debbie Camicia
cah-MISH-uh stepped off the plane in
Roanoke yesterday and kissed the
ground.

Her parents were waiting inside
the terminal with banners and balloons,
along with NEWS 7's Keith Humphry.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
In Q=You've left




*CG 2line Sgt. Debbie Camicia
391st Military Police Battallion SGT. DEBBIE CAMICIA/391ST MILITARY
POLICE BATTALLION; YOU'VE LEFT IRAQ.
YOU'VE SPENT A FEW DAYS AT FT. DIX, BUT
YOUR MIND IS STILL IN IRAQ. SURE. SURE.
I THINK IT'LL BE THAT WAY FOR A LITTLE
WHILE. I'M STILL EXPECTING TO GET... I
GOTTA GO BACK.


RUNS=14



OUTQ=gotta go back.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



She hopes she's not redeployed.
After a year in Iraq, she says, it's
hard to get prison detainees and mortar
fire out of her head.
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ENG#=3



VO-NAT




*CG locator Christiansburg

Another soldier marched into
Christiansburg Elementary school
yesterday morning to thank students for
all their letters while he was in
Afghanistan.

Sergeant Ben Kramer returned home
Sunday after serving six months
overseas.

His son, Charles, is in the class
and couldn't be happier to have dad
home.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=WELL I THINK




*CG 2line Charles Kramer
Son CHARLES KRAMER: WELL I THINK HE'S A
BIG 6 FOOT 2 THAT'S FUNNY AND HE'S FUN
TO PLAY WITH. AND YOU'RE GLAD TO HAVE
HIM BACK? YES VERY MUCH.

RUNS=:10



OQ=VERY MUCH





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Sergeant Kramer showed the class
souveniers from Afghanistan and told
them all about his journey.

He also gave the school a flag
flown over Camp Cherry/Beasley in
Afghanistan on December 29th.

(END VO) (END VO)

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WX-PRO
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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR ON CAM



GRAPHIC=none



ENG#=




*cg 4070

Here's a look at today's top stories.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#1 For the first time, North Korea admits


to having nuclear weapons.

But they're turning down efforts
restart disarmament talks anytime
soon-- saying they need the weapons as
protection against the U-S.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#2 Some lawmakers are experiencing


sticker shock at the cost of the

President's prescription drug benefit
plan.

New numbers on Medicare show the
President's plan will cost nearly
twice as much as originally estimated.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#3 And, the federal government may reach


into its pocketbook for the Roanoke
River Flood Reduction Project.

Congressman Bob Goodlatte says the
project is in line for another five
million dollars, if Congress approves
it.

(END VO) (END VO)





ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim


Kim tosses to break

And that's what's making news on this COMM Thursday, February 10th.

News 7 Mornin' will be right back.

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INQ=









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OQ=dial now




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OPEN

ENG#=D1




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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News 7 Mornin' North Korea has raised the stakes in
ENG#=1 its nuclear confrontation with the U-S.



VO-NAT





*CG file File Tape (VO-NAT)



For the first time, leaders said
they have nuclear weapons.

But they rejected moves to restart
disarmament talks anytime soon.

They say they need the weapons as
protection against an increasingly
hostile U-S.

The U-S, North and South Korea,
China, Japan and Russia have held three
rounds of talks since 2003, aimed at
persuading the North Koreans to abandon
their weapons development.

A fourth round was cancelled last
September when North Korea refused to
attend.

(END VO) (END VO)





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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none On Capitol Hill, it's a battle over
ENG#=2 Medicare.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Taxpayers will have to shell out
more for the new Medicare Prescription
Drug benefit-- hundreds of billions
more than the plan's original price
tag.

When the bill passed Congress in
2003, the price was 400 billion for the
first decade.

Two months after it became law, the
White House revised that to 534-
billion.

But the full benefit doesn't kick in
until 2006-- now the administration
says it'll cost 724 billion dollars.

President Bush says aging baby
boomers are pushing up the cost, and
stood by his plan.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I'm convinced President Bush: I'm convinced they'll


have cost savings for our society, and
I know it will make the life of our

seniors better.

RUNS=5 (END SOT)



OQ=our seniors better





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Medicare sticker shock court hurt the
President's social security plans, with
Congress questioning what the real cost
could be for private investment
accounts.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None President Bush's budget proposal
ENG#=3 includes more funding for the Roanoke


River Flood Reduction Project.

Yesterday, Congressman Bob Goodlatte
said the project is in line for another
five million dollars, if Congress
approves.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke
September 28 The project will not protect Roanoke
from a hundred year flood, but
representatives of the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers say it probably would have
prevented water from reaching Victory

Stadium last September.

They also told members of the Victory
Stadium Committee that the facility
could be flood-proofed, but that it's
unclear how much that would cost, and
whether federal funding would be
available.

The 10-mile flood control project will
be built in phases and is expected to
cost about 65-million dollars.
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ENG#=4



VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
September Four months after flooding at the
stadium the first check from the
National Flood Insurance program has
arrived- totalling 110 thousand
dollars.

The city filed claims for 300
thousand dollars to cover repairs and
cleanup at the stadium and Armory.


SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=nORMALLY we should




*CG 2line Glenn Asher
Roanoke Risk Management Officer GLENN ASHER/RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICER:
NORMALLY WE SHOULD HAVE THE MONEY BACK
BY NOW BUT LIKE I SAID FOUR HURRICANES
IN ONE MONTH THE NATIONAL FLOOD
INSURANCE PROGRAM THAT'S WHY THEY SENT
US ADVANCES. THEY DON'T EVEN KNOW WHEN
THEY'LL HAVE OUR CLAIM ADJUSTED.

RUNS=13



OQ=our claim adjusted





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The 300 thousand dollar price tag
did not cover field or fencing.

Neither is covered under national
flood insurance.

The city pays between 8 and 10
thousand dollars a year for flood
insurance on Victory Stadium- and
roughly 3-thousand for the Armory.

Much of the damage at Victory
stadium was electrical.

A large part of the expense also
went for cleanup.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none Some said it was one of the biggest


mistakes the city of Roanoke ever made.

More than a year ago, the city
introduced two way traffic in downtown.

Is it working?

Justin McLeod reports.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
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*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line David Diaz
Downtown Roanoke, Inc.
:10


*CG 2line Mark Jamison
Roanoke City Traffic Engineer
:35 (QUICK)


*CG 2line Cynthia Gardner
Twist & Turns Owner
:49


*CG 2line Carl Rosen
Henri Kessler Furs

1:08


*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com <<((NAT SOUND OF SKATEBOARDERS RIDING 1:41 BY AT 51:27))

Most agree downtown Roanoke is a
great place to be, it just hasn't
always been easy to get to.

SOT FULL



DAVID DIAZ/DOWNTOWN ROANOKE INC.:
WILLIAMSON ROAD IS OUR MAIN GATEWAY YET
PEOPLE COULDN'T MAKE A RIGHT TURN INTO
OUR DOWNTOWN.

(END SOT)



So back in October 2003, the city
made a drastic change on Campbell
Avenue.

Traffic went from one way to two way
in front of the city market.

Not everyone liked the idea.

SOT FULL



DAVID DIAZ/DOWNTOWN ROANOKE INC.: WE
HAD JUST AS MANY PEOPLE FOR IT THAT WE
HAD AGAINST IT.

(END SOT)



So more than a year later, has
traffic improved here in downtown?

SOT FULL



MARK JAMISON/CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER:

THE VOLUMES ON CAMPBELL AND SALEM
HAVEN'T ACTUALLY CHANGED SIGNIFICANTLY
SO IF YOU TAKE THE SAME VOLUME OF
TRAFFIC AND PUT IT ON ONE LANE INSTEAD
OF TWO WE DO HAVE PERIODS OF THE DAY
THAT THERE IS SOME CONGESTION.

(END SOT)



But most agree accessing downtown is
now much easier.

SOT FULL



CYNTHIA GARDNER/TWIST AND TURNS OWNER:
PARKING IS EASIER, LOADING AND
UNLOADING ITEMS, PICKING UP FOOD,
WHATEVER THE CASE MAY BE, VERY PLEASED
WITH IT.

(END SOT)



Gardner owns Twists and Turns in
downtown.

She says the traffic change has
helped business, how much?

SOT FULL



CYNTHIA GARDNER: I'LL JUST SAY SUPER.

(END SOT)



Business is also super down the road
here at Henri Kessler.

SOT FULL



CARL ROSEN/HENRI KESSLER FURS: OUR
BUSINESS HERE IS UP SIGNIFICANTLY FROM
LAST YEAR AND THE YEAR BEFORE.


(END SOT)



Part of the reason Rosen says is the
new traffic pattern has provided more
parking spaces in front of his store.

Pretty amazing coming from a man who
vehemently opposed the change.

SOT FULL



CARL ROSEN/HENRI KESSLER FURS: SO YOU
WERE WRONG? ABSOLUTELY WRONG.

(END SOT)



But some like the Weiner Stand say
business is still down.

However overall, many say downtown is
now more of a destination.

SOT FULL



MARK JAMISON/CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER:
CERTAINLY FROM A VISITOR'S TO ROANOKE
STANDPOINT, IT MAKES SENSE TO HAVE TWO
WAY STREETS IT IS VERY EASY, MUCH
EASIER FOR VISITORS.

(END SOT)



SOT FULL



JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE CITY
HOPES TO PROVE THAT BY CLOSELY STUDYING
TRAFFIC PATTERNS THIS SPRING. ALREADY
THERE'S TALK OF ADJUSTING TURNING LANES
AND SIGNAL TIMES. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS
7.

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GRAPHIC=none A major announcement from the
ENG#=2 British royal family--




VO-NAT





*CG file File Tape (VO-NAT)



Officials say Prince Charles will
marry Camilla Parker Bowles.

Charles was previously married to
Princess Diana, who died in a

car crash in 19-97.

The marriage is a sensitive issue
because Parker Bowles is

divorced, and her former husband is
still alive.

Charles would be the supreme governor
of the Church of England if he took the
throne, and some Anglicans remain
opposed to remarriage after

divorce.

No official word on when the wedding
will take place, but British media

report the big day will be April Sixth.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=NCAA 6092



In sports, an N-C-A-A committee
has recommended that all schools and
football conferences be allowed to use
the video replay system tested in the
Big Ten last season.

The recommendation will be
considered by an oversight panel
February 24th and could be in place for
the upcoming season.
GRAPHIC=ACC



In other sports, a couple of close
games last night in the A-C-C.

Mike Stevens has those highlights
coming up in our next sports segment.

But first let's check the
scoreboards.



<< GO TO SCORES

IN CUE=FIRST SCORE



RUNS=:25



OC=...LAST SCORE





*CG colbball


Florida State
55
j
Virginia
56


UVa Men Now 12 and 9



North Carolina #2


70
j

Duke #7


71


Duke's 4th Straight Win Over Heels


*CG colbball


Roanoke
75
j
Bridgewater
81


ODAC Men



Washington & Lee
78
j
Emory & Henry
87


ODAC Men


*CG colbball j
High Point
75


Radford
61


Radford Men Now 10 and 10
j
Liberty
74


Winthrop
50


Liberty Women Now 15 and 5


*CG hsbball j
William Fleming
72



Alleghany
65


Blue Ridge
j
Lord Botetourt
72


William Byrd
56


Blue Ridge


*CG hsbball j
North Cross
51


Glenvar
31




j
Galax
74


Bland Co.
46


*CG hsgbball j

Hidden Valley
67


Christiansburg
29


River Ridge
j
Radford
76


Eastern Montgomery
32


Radford 21 and 0


*CG hsgbball j
James River
56


Covington
29


Pioneer
j
Blacksburg
51


Salem

46


River Ridge


*CG hsgbball j >>
Pulaski Co.
49


Cave Spring
30


River Ridge
j
Parry McCluer
72


Highland Co.
22


Pioneer


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OQ=your hometown weather.





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ANCHOR=Leo



Leo in Chromakey
Leo in Chromakey

(WeatherPro)

(WeatherPro)



(Leo tosses to Kim and Steve at desk)
StAY ON 7 DAY PLANNER

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*CG wakeup Bernard Martin
Roanoke



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BIRTHDAYS NEXT!!! (END SOT)



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*CG standup Steve Pardon
spardon@wdbj7.com


*CG 2line Tasha Pannell U. S. Postal Service


*CG file






*CG telephon (540) 985-8828
U. S. Postal Service Consumer Affairs




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MINI-OPEN MINI-OPEN

ENG#=D1



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Kim and Leo Hello LEO WX Pro


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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR ON CAM






Here's a look at today's top stories.

VO-NAT VO-NAT
ENG#1




*CG file File Tape

For the first time, North Korea admits
to having nuclear weapons.

But they're turning down efforts
restart disarmament talks anytime
soon-- saying they need the weapons as
protection against the U-S.

VO-NAT VO-NAT
ENG#2




*CG file File Tape

Some lawmakers are experiencing sticker
shock at the cost of the President's
prescription drug benefit plan.

New numbers on Medicare show the
President's plan will cost nearly
twice as much as originally estimated.

VO-NAT VO-NAT
ENG#3




*CG locator Roanoke

The federal government may reach into
its pocketbook for the Roanoke River
Flood Reduction Project.

Congressman Bob Goodlatte says the

project is in line for another five
million dollars, if Congress approves
it.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=Iraq Two car bombs exploded in Iraq
ENG#=4 today, leaving at least two people


dead.

VO-NAT





*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq (VO-NAT)



The first explosion blew up in
Baghdad after a U-S military convoy
passed by.

The other happened at a police
checkpoint south of the city, injuring
five people.

Meanwhile, Iraqi election results
were supposed to be released today, but
it's going to take more time.

Election officials say they need to
recount votes from about 300 ballot
boxes.

Allegations of voting
irregularities have complicated the
count.


Hundreds of other ballots have
been declared invalid because of
alleged tampering.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=VA Legislature One fashion statement has caught
ENG#=3 the eye of state lawmakers.



VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG file File Tape

A bill that would fine Virginians
50- bucks for exposing their underwear
in an offensive way is getting national
attention and sparking debate.

The bill's aimed at people who
wear their pants below the waist.

Some say it's just a passing fad
and believe it would be
unconstitutional to keep young people
from expressing themselves.

Others, however, call it
offensive.

The bill passed the House and is
now before the Senate.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=none



ENG#=4 In sports, Duke beat U-N-C last night.



Mike Stevens has all the highlights.





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INQ=Good morning









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OQ=ACC Connection.



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Leo in Chromakey Leo in Chromakey


LEO TOSS STRAIGHT TO COMMERCIAL toss straight to commerical


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GRAPHIC=none




*cg 4059

Now here's a look at today's top local
stories.
TAKE FS Schooltouch TAKE FS GFX

Schools in Bland County, Highland
County and Pocahontas County, West
Virginia are running two hours late.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#1



A hit and run accident in Blacksburg
sent a Virginia Tech student to the
hospital.

25 Year old Joshua Ryan Rossand a
friend were walking back to the tech

campus when Ross was hit by a car.

The suspected driver is in the
Montgomery County jail.







VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#2 The Roanoke River Flood Reduction


Project may get some money from the
federal government.

Congressman Bob Goodlatte says the
project is in line for another five
million dollars, if Congress approves.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#3



It's been more than a year since
Campbell Avenue went from one way to
two way traffic.

Many merchants say their
business is up as a result.

City leaders are also pleased
with the change.









(END VO) (END VO)



ANCHOR=Leo



Leo mic hot ANCHOR=LEO


Leo ad-lib weather (Leo adlib weather) DESK-2 SHOT



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ANCHOR=Kim



Now here's Jean Jadhon with News 7 at 6



ENG#4 SOT FULL



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OQ=on News 7 at 6.





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