2/13/05

News 7 at 6:00


ENG#=1 Coming up on News 7,



Volvo workers vote "yes or no" on a new
contract.
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And a teenager is in critical condition
after his car slams right into a brick
house.

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ENG#=2 Tonight on News 7 Sports - the


UVa women beat Tech at Cassell

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and Dale Jarrett puts NASCAR's
young boys in their pace this afternoon
- winning the pole for next Sunday's
Daytona 500.

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BRENT ON CAM BRENT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Forget about the vase, mother


nature will provide the rain for those
Valentine's Day bouquets.

But will it washout those
late-night dates? The details coming
up.
MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA

News 7 at 6 is next.
Open OPEN

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*CG standup Myranda Stephens

mstephens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com

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OQ=but I'm voting no. QUESTIONS, BUT I'M VOTING NO.



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ANCHOR=MYRANDA



MYRANDA

Union employees at the Volvo
truck plant are voting right now on
whether to accept a new contract.

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MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

Good evening, I'm Myranda
Stephens.
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GRAPHIC=Volvo Trucks Contract Vote The workers have been in meetings most


of the afternoon, discussing the
contract proposal.

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GRAPHIC=Volvo Trucks Contract Vote in Jeremy Butterfield talked with union

BAM members before they went in.

Myranda, officials wouldn't allow our
cameras inside for the meeting or
voting,

LIVE=Jeremy Full/BAM LIVE FULL

*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com but we heard plenty in the Pulaski High
School parking lot before they went in.

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*CG 2line Timothy Showalter
Local 2069 Member
:00


*CG 2line Charlie Barbettini
Local 2069 President
:21


*CG locator Pulaski Co.
:32



*CG 2line Joseph Craft
Local 2069 Member
:40


*CG 2line Sandi Jones
Local 2069 Member
1:04





















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(END SOT) TIMOTHY SHOWALTER:THAT TAKES SOME OF


THE PRIDE AWAY FROM THE TRUCK TOO. WE
TRY AND PUT EVERYTHING WE CAN INTO IT
AND IT FEELS LIKE THE COMPANY IS TRYING
TO PULL THE RUG UP UNDERNEATH US.

Contract negotiations between the
United Auto Worker's Local 2069 and
Volvo have been going for about two
months now and Sunday was vote day.

CHARLIE BARBETTINI:IT'S UP TO THE

PEOPLE. THEY PAY THEIR DUES EACH MONTH
AND THAT'S WHY THEY PAY THEIR DUES SO
THAT THEY CAN TELL US IF THEY WANT THE
CONTRACT OR IF THEY DON'T WANT THE
CONTRACT.

Some workers said this is the
best they will get and planned to vote
yes, but others were convinced the new
contract would never pass.

JOSEPH CRAFT:WE DIDN'T GAIN WE LOST
ACROSS THE BOARD. THE TWO PERCENT
RAISE, NO ONE IS WORRIED ABOUT THE
RAISES AS MUCH AS THEY ARE ABOUT THE
INSURANCE, OUR PENSIONS, BIDDING
PROCEDURES. I KNOW EVERYBODY THINKS THE
UNIONS ARE JUST FOR MONEY BUT THAT'S
NOT TRUE.

Hourly and salaried workers first
met separately and then later came
together for the final vote.

Some kept their feelings to
themselves, while others left no doubt
which way they would be voting.

SANDI JONES:WE'RE NOT GOING TO TAKE IT
THIS TIME. THE LAST ONE WE HAD TO CHOKE
IT DOWN BECAUSE THEY THREATENED US.
WELL WE'RE NOT GOING TO BE THREATENED
NO MORE.

BUTT BUTT BUTT


JOSEPH CRAFT:EVERYBODY HAS THE FLIERS
GOING AROUND VOTE NO. BECAUSE WE'RE,
WE'RE LOSING TOO MUCH, THEY'RE TAKING
TO MUCH FROM US.

And long before the results would
be known,many union members were
arleady thinking what happens after a
"No" vote.

TIMOTHY SHOWALTER:THAT BASICALLY IS IN
THE INTERNATIONAL'S HAND'S. THE WAY I
HAVE HAD IT EXPLAINED TO ME IS THERE
ARE TWO POSSIBILITIES. IT WILL EITHER
BE IN A STRIKE OR IN RENOGOTIATING.

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LIVE=Jeremy Full/BAM LIVE FULL



Myranda most of what we heard was
negative but as is the case with
situations like this, you never

DOUBLE BOXES= Myranda& Jeremy/BAM DOUBLE BOXES



know how close or what the final
decision may be until those votes are
counted, and the final results may not
happen until early tomorrow morning.

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GRAPHIC=None A driver is in critical condition
ENG#=1 tonight after running into a brick


house with such force --that it brought
a corner of the home to the ground.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

It happened in the 57-hundred block of
Castle Rock Road. That's in southwest
Roanoke County.

Police say 18 year old Joshua Glenn
Crowder was taken to Roanoke Memorial
after he ran off the road and crashed
into the house around 5-30 this
morning.

Crowder's two-thousand Oldsmobile
narrowly missed a neighbor's house
before heavily damaging this one.

Chris Lawrence's *in-law's* own the
house. He says the family wonders how
quickly the car must have been
traveling.

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*CG 2line Chris Lawrence

Son-in-Law CHRIS LAWRENCE:IT'S THE MAIN ROAD
THROUGH THE NEIGHBORHOOD THAT MOST
PEOPLE DRIVE ON GOING THROUGH THE
NEIGHBORHOOD AND GENERALLY GOING UP
HILL PEOPLE AREN'T GOING ALL THAT
QUICK.

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Officers on the scene wouldn't
say whether speed was a factor, but
they did say the tire tracks give them
a pretty clear picture of what
happened.

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GRAPHIC=Shooting A *Danville* man is in critical
ENG#=None condition after an early-morning


shooting.

Officials say the 21-year-old man was
shot in the head in the parking lot of
North Hills Apartments around 3:15.

He was taken into surgery at Danville
Regional Medical Center where he
remains *unresponsive.*


Officials are not releasing the
victim's name at this time.
TAKE DANVILLE CRIMESTOPPER GFX TAKE FS GFX

Anyone with information is asked to
call the Danville Crimestoppers at
(434) 793-0000.

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GRAPHIC=Fire Investigation Officials say they should know tomorrow
ENG#=2 when the victims of yesterday's


apartment fire in Roanoke can return to
their homes.

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*CG locator Roanoke
Yesterday Fire officials say a four-year-old
child started the fire, damaging
12-units, and forcing about three dozen
people out of their homes.

Some of the residents have gotten
shelter at vacant apartments within the
complex, while others are getting
assistance from the Red Cross.

Fire inspectors are scheduled to visit

the property tomorrow.

Right now, officials estimate the
damage at more than 200-thousand
dollars.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Entries came in from around the world.
ENG#=APRISA Still ahead, improving Roanoke's


appearance -- by design.

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And how to *lobby* lawmakers. Students
from Radford and V-M-I get some
real-world lessons in Richmond.

But, first, let's check in with Brent.

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GRAPHIC=None The design competition is over. An
ENG#=1 exhibit of the most promising entries


closed today, and now organizers say
the hard part begins.

Tonight, Joe Dashiell reports on the
next stage of Roanoke's Cradle to
Cradle competition.

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*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Gregg Lewis
Roanoke Architect
:28



*CG 2line Walt Derey
Local Contractor
1:03


*CG reporter Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com
1:32



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OQ=Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke < (END SOT) Roanoke, and a call for innovative


entries, organizers of the c2c home
design and construction competition
caught the attention of architecture
students and professionals around the
world.

More than 600 submitted designs, and
during the last month Roanokers turned
out in surprising numbers to view the
winners and other promising concepts.

But Roanoke architect Gregg Lewis says
that was just the opening act.

GREGG LEWIS/ROANOKE ARCHITECT: THE NEXT
STEP IS WORKING VERY DELIBERATELY BOTH
WITH THE LOCAL CONSTRUCTION COMMUNITY
AND THE DESIGNERS WHO'VE SUBMITTED
DESIGNS TO THIS COMPETITION AND FIND A
WAY TO DEVELOP THESE DESIGNS

APPROPRIATELY, BOTH FROM A COST
STANDPOINT AND IN TERMS OF THEIR
APPROPRIATENESS FOR SOME OF THE GIVEN
NEIGHBORHOODS THAT WE'RE WORKING IN.

As the exhibit at the Art Museum of
Western Virginia was winding down,
local contractor Walt Derey accepted
Lewis' invitation to take a closer
look.

Derey says many of the concepts
embodied by the term "green
architecture" will eventually be
mandated, so it pays to keep an open
mind.

WALT DEREY/LOCAL CONTRACTOR: SOMETIMES
YOU KIND OF HAVE TO BE PUSHED THERE,
HAVE TO SEE THINGS BEFORE YOU CAN START
ACCEPTING EM AND I THINK IT'S GOOD TO
COME OUT AND LOOK AT DIFFERENT THINGS
LIKE THIS. AND THEN YOU KNOW MIGHT TAKE
SOMETHING FROM ONE PROJECT AND PUT IT
TO ANOTHER PROJECT AND LEARN. I THINK
THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT.

GREGG LEWIS: THE COMMUNITY HAS SHOWN A
TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF INTEREST IN THIS.
ALMOST FROM THE MOMENT WE ANNOUNCED IT
LOCALLY BACK IN AUGUST, AND I HAVE VERY
HIGH HOPES AND HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR
HOW THIS WILL IMPACT THE FUTURE OF

HOUSING AND THE FUTURE OF DEVELOPMENT
IN OUR REGION.

The first indications could come as
early as May, when construction is
expected to begin on the first of
several c2c homes.

Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke>>
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GRAPHIC=VA Legislature State legislators return to Richmond
ENG#=2 for another week tomorrow.



Among their most recent group of
lobbyists -- students -- from two area
colleges.

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HAIL.

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OQ=Hail O hail





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*CG locator Richmond

Radford University students met
with Governor Mark Warner after talking
to their local delegates and senators.

They're pushing for passage of
the Textbook Market Fairness Act.


It's a bill that would require
Virginia professors to post book lists
for their classes in advance.

That way students can shop around
for the best prices.

V-M-I cadets ALSO visited the
capitol-city to say "thank-you" -- for
the Senate's budget plan that allots
money to repair their barracks' roof.

Both Houses allotted money to
renovate *Kilbourne* Hall.

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INQ=There's older buildings




*CG 2line Andrew Stone
VMI Senior ANDREW STONE/VMI SENIOR: THERE'S OLDER
BUILDINGS, OLDER BARRACKS, THE
CONDITIONS AREN'T THAT GREAT AND WE'RE
TRYING TO DO WHAT WE CAN TO IMPROVE THE
LIVING CONDITIONS FOR THE FUTURE OF THE
CADETS THAT COME THROUGH THE CORP.
MAKE IT MORE OF AN ATTRACTIVE SCHOOL
AND SEE WHAT KINDS OF PEOPLE WE CAN
ATTRACT THROUGH THAT.

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The cadets say their uniforms
attracted a number of compliments in
the capitol.


They were formally recognized by
the House of Delegates.


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GRAPHIC=None Coming up in sports - Old School
ENG#=APRISA Daytona master Dale Jarrett wins the


pole for the 500.

The Hot Stove is raging in Salem
tonight.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And we'll head to Blacksburg
where the Hokies came up short against
the Hoos for the second straight day -
this time on the women's court.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=TECH/UVA Just over 24 hours after the Tech
ENG#=1 and UVa men battled in Charlottesville,


the Hokies and the Cavaliers got
together in Blacksburg on the women's
court in a key ACC Sunday matinee.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Blacksburg
Cavaliers vs. Hokies The Hokies brought back many of :00 their players from the past today and
gave them some recognition. Among
those in atttendance - Sarah Hicks -
from Botetourt.

The Hokies were trying to snap a
two game losing streak and Carrie Mason
would hit the bottom of the basket in
the opening half with the three

pointer. She finished with 14 points.

UVa's Jocelyn Logan Friend would
keep the Cavs in front most of the
first 20 minutes as she makes the steal
under the Tech hoop and go coast to
coast for the hoop. She finished with
6 points and 11 rebounds.

The Hokies' Erin Gibson had 12
points but made just 4 of 14 shots
froim the field. This one drops in
down low in traffic.

Neither team shot particularly
well today, especially from three
poiint range this Brenna McGuire's
triple was one of just 5 three pointers
in 26 attempts. *CG final Virginia
61 The Hokies trailed by seven at Virginia Tech the break, rallied to take the lead, 58 but Virginia is able to steal the
61-to-58 win on the Hokies home floor
and snap a three game losing streak of
their own.

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GRAPHIC=Hold MIKE ON CAMERA



One other note from the game -
Tech Kerri Gardin tied a Cassell
Coliseum record with 21 rebounds today.


Also Tech's streak of consecutvie
seasons with 20 or more wins is now a
little in jeopardy. The Hokies have 14
wins with four regular season games and
the ACC tournament to go.

Tech is back home on Wednesday
night against Ga. Tech.

UVa - now 17-and-8 - host
Maryland next Sunday.
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GRAPHIC=ACC On the ACC men's court, the North
ENG#=2 Carolina Tarheels stepped out of


conference this afternoon and beat
U-Conn on the road in Hartford.

VO-NAT

*CG locator Hartford, CT
CBS Sports The 19th ranked Huskies had to :00 play without their star Rashad
Anderson, but Josh Boone stepped up
with 16 points and 11 rebounds for
U-Conn.

The Huskies, who have led the
nation in blocked shots the last four
season, also swatted away 16 Tarheel
shots.

But you have to put Carolina away

late, or they'll sneak and back door
and take home a win. Rashad McCants
scored 15 points - 11 in the second
half.
*CG final North Carolina #2


77 And Jawad Williams stroked in 17
Connecticut #19 as the Heels win it 77-to-70


70 It' the first time in three years Tarheels Now 20 and 3 Carolina has had a 20 win season.

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GRAPHIC=DAYTONA 57 drivers went through time
ENG#=3 trials today at Daytona as qualifying


was held for next Sunday's Daytona 500.

VO-NAT

*CG locator Daytona Beach, FL
NASCAR Images Three-time 500 winner Dale :00 Jarrett, who was among the fastest
drivers in preseason testing turned in
a curcuit of 188.312 miles an hour, to
grab his third Daytona 500 pole and
first since 2000. Jimmie Johnson, one
of the last drivers on the track almost
won the pole, but had to settle for
second. He secures the only other spot

up for grabs today.

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*CG 2line Dale Jarrett
Daytona 500 Pole Winner
:00


*CG 2line Jimmie Johnson
Daytona 500 Outside Pole Winner
:20



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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD The rest of field will be decided


in Thursday qualifying races. By the
way, Ricky Rudd and the Wood Brother
were 9th fastest, Dale Junior just
39th.
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GRAPHIC=BASEBALL HALL OF FAME The Salem Roanoke Baseball Hall
ENG#=4 of Fame is holding it 14th annual Hot


Stove Banquet tonight at the Salem
Civic Center.


The guest speaker for the event
is former Chicago Cubs great and hall
of famer Ferguson Jenkins who is the
only Canadian in the hall of fame.

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*CG 2line Ferguson Jenkins
Hall of Fame Pitcher
:00





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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

We'll have much more on the
ceremony tonight on News 7 at 11 and we
talk with some of this year's
inductees.
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GRAPHIC=PGA TOUR Earlier today here on Your
ENG#=1 Hometown Station Phil Mickelson


captured his second straight win on the
PGA Tour by domainted the Pebble Beach
Pro Am.


VO-NAT

*CG locator Pebble Beach, CA
CBS Sports Mickelson came into today's final :00 round with a 20 under par total and a
seven stroke lead.

In fact his 20 under par total
was a 54 hole record for Pebble Beach.

It was windy, chilly and overcast
today, and while Mickelson didn't play
his best with multiple bogeys, and hit
plenty of good shots to win his second
Pebble Beach Pro Am.

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GRAPHIC=None Postal workers in Roanoke hosted
ENG#=3 an event today in an effort to give


back to the community they serve.

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*CG locator Roanoke

This was the 16th year the Post
Office hosted the Black History
Program.

The event featured crafts, games,
and live entertainment.

Organizers say the post office
wants residents to know they are more
than just mail carriers.

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*CG 2line Rachel Ivory
USPS Consumer Affairs Clerk RACHEL IVORY:THE GOAL IS JUST TO GET
THE COMMUNITY INVOLVED. TO LET THEM
KNOW THAT WE DO MORE THAN JUST SELL
STAMPS, BECAUSE THAT IS WHAT WE ARE
TRADITIONALLY KNOWN FOR. SO WE JUST
WANT TO DO A LITTLE MORE FOR THE
COMMUNITY AND SHOW THEM THAT WE LOVE
THEM AND THANK THEM FOR THEIR SUPPORT.

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Donations for non-profit groups
and relief efforts were also accepted
at the event.

The West End Center, an
organization serving kids in Roanoke,
and the Red Cross's tsunami Relief
effort all benefitted from the
program..

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