02/20/05

News-7 at 6




ENG#=1 Coming up on News 7,



No rest on Sunday for Virginia
lawmakers - as they try to work out a
budget before the session ends.
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And some special kids go one-on-one
with some special players in
Blacksburg.

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ENG#=2 Tonight in sports, we'll hit the


hardwood in Salem with ODAC semifinals
and the

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track comes to life in Daytona
with the running of the 47th Great
American Race.

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GRAPHIC=None Sleet mixed with rain and snow


this afternoon but it won't last long.
Big temperature changes are on the way.

We'll track what's happening in
your neighborhood with TITAN3D Radar in
just a bit.
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*CG standup Myranda Stephens
mstephens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com

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ANCHOR=MYRANDA



MYRANDA

It's rain in most places, but some of
us could see sleet and freezing rain
tonight ... and what about tomorrow?

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Good evening, I'm Myranda
Stephens.
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Warmer temperatures are on the way, but
there are some winter weather

advisories still posted for tonight.

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Let's get the latest from Brent Watts
in our Skytracker 7 forecast center.
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GRAPHIC=Iraq-US Troops The B-Company Marine Reserve unit
ENG#=4 out of Roanoke has finished its


training, and as of tonight, they're
all *either inside Iraq* or on the way.

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*CG locator Roanoke
January 9, 2005 The Marines finished up training
in Virginia more than a month ago.

B-Company was then split into two
groups.One headed to Camp Lejeune,

North Carolina, and the other to
Twentynine Palms, California.

Captain John Knapp says the
Marines at Twentynine Palms have
already left, and in less than two
hours from now, the group at Camp
Lejeune will depart for Iraq.

Captain Knapp couldn't say
exactly where or what the Marines will
be doing --except that they will be in
support of the second Marine Division
combat unit.

B-Company will be in Iraq for six
to seven months.

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GRAPHIC=VA Budget With less than a week left in the


2005 session, Virginia lawmakers are
working this weekend

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General Assembly Animation to reach a budget compromise.

Here's the latest from Richmond in our
General Assembly Report.


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*CG locator Richmond

Both houses have appointed
conferees to *hash out* differences and
reach an agreement.

Senator Walter Stosch says the
two houses have similar goals, but
disagree on how to reach them.

He also says once a compromise IS
agreed to, some bills will be left
unpaid.

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*CG 2line Sen. Walter Stosch

(R) Glen Allen SEN. WALTER STOSCH/(R) GLEN ALLEN:


WHEN WE LEAVE HERE BEING SATISFIED WITH
OUR BUDGET AND CONTENT THAT WE'VE MET
THE NEEDS AS BEST WE CAN THERE WILL
REMAIN A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER OF UNPAID
OBLIGATIONS THAT WE WILL HAVE TO DEAL
WITH IN THE FUTURE.

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OQ=deal with in the future.





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Conferees were scheduled to meet

this afternoon. No word yet on any
outcome.

They have until midnight Tuesday
to reach a compromise.

The session ends Saturday.

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GRAPHIC=None For decades it was the
ENG#=3 cornerstone of the Craig County


community, but in the last several
years Camp Mitchell has fallen on hard
times.

Now, as Susan Bahorich reports-
the camp foundation is working to
change that and make a difference for
the community.



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*CG locator Craig Co.
:00


*CG 2line Walton Mitchell
Camp Mitchell
:18



*CG standup Susan Bahorich
sbahorich@wdbj7.com
:53


*CG 2line Lisa Campbell
Craig Co. Board of Supervisors
1:03


*CG 2line Lisa

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These rusty diving boards used to
bounce people into a crystal blue pool-
but the waters are clear no more.



A lot of things have changed at Camp
Mitchell over the last 30-years. The
camp which promotes recreation,
conservation and education - has fallen
on hardtimes.



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INQ=Our county we're.. WALTON MITCHELL, CAMP MITCHELL: OUR


COUNTY WE'RE LIMITED FINANCIALLY AND WE
HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE COMPETING FOR A
SMALL AMOUNT OF MONEY AND SO WE'RE
TRYING TO PROVIDE A SERVICE TO YOUNG

PEOPLE AND ADULTS HERE.

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OQ=.. and adults here.



Now the Camp Mitchell Foundation is
planning a resurrection. Officials
want to make it a centerpiece for
tourism and the community. They'll do
that by adding a lodge, additional
cabins, and a facility which would
house a gym and a new olympic-size
pool.



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INQ=In addition to giving... SUSAN BAHORICH, REPORTING: IN ADDITION


TO GIVING CAMP MITCHELL A NEW LOOK-
OFFICIALS HOPE IT WILL HELP CRAIG
COUNTY'S ECONOMY. THEY SAY THAT WILL
HAPPEN WITH FOOD, SALES AND LODGING
TAXES.

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OQ= .. sales and lodging taxes.



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INQ=They're hoping to build.. LISA CAMPBELL, CRAIG CO. BOARD OF


SUPERVISORS: THEY'RE HOPING TO BUILD
LODGES OR CABINS AND WE HAVE RECENTLY
IMPLEMENTED A LODGING TAX IN CRAIG,
WHICH WOULD GO INTO AND CREATE MORE
TOURISM DOLLARS.

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OQ=.. more tourism dollars.



But to make money- the foundation will
have to spend money.



The project has a price tag of nearly
four-million dollars which will be
funded by the federal and state
governments, along with grants and
donations from the community.



Construction is expected to begin
within the year and be completed within
4 to 5 years.



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GRAPHIC=NONE Tech athletes on a special assignment.
ENG#=APRISA Still ahead, what's happening today at


Cassell Coliseum.

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And do you remember the man who jumped
into a cold river after a police chase?

Troopers now have good reason to
believe he's still alive.

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GRAPHIC=None Authorities say a man who jumped into
ENG#=1 the Smith River trying to escape them


apparently survived.

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*CG locator Henry Co.
January 29 Last month, a state trooper tried to
pulled over a car along the Fairystone
Park Highway, when the driver jumped
out and ran into the river.

Police feared the man may have drowned,
but now believe he's still alive.

Apparently, someone picked up the man's
paycheck at his job in Bassett.

Authorities have identified him as
Miguel Bravo.

Anyone with information on Bravo's
whereabouts is asked to call police.


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GRAPHIC=Accident A Pearisburg man was thrown


from his truck after it flipped over
last night in Giles County.
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It happened on route 100 a few
miles south of Pearisburg.

Officials say Randall Palmer ran
off the left hand side of the road,
overcorrected and ran off of the right
side.

He over-corrected again, flipping
the pickup he was driving.

No word at this time on his
condition.

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GRAPHIC=None Less than a day after another
ENG#=2 Virginia Tech A-C-C victory, Cassell



Coliseum was home to a much different
kind of basketball action today.

Jeremy Butterfield takes us to
the Special Olympics Basketball
Tournament.

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*CG locator Blacksburg
:03


*CG 2line Nancy Morehouse
Southwest Special Olympics Director
:17


*CG 2line Bryan Mosby
Player
:36


*CG 2line Justin Mosby
Player's Brother
1:02


*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:17



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Hundreds of people of all ages
and abilities gave it their best effort
on Sunday, but organizers say the games
are almost a side note to what
tournaments like this one actually give
the players.

NANCY MOREHOUSE:THEY TRAVEL TOGETHER
THEY GO TO OTHER TOURNAMENTS TOGETHER.
SOME OF OUR TEAMS HAVE BEEN TOGETHER
FOR MAYBE EIGHT OR NINE YEARS NOW SO
THEY HAVE DEVELOPED A LOT OF
FRIENDSHIPS.

Bryan Mosby played in the
tournament and read the Special
Olympics Oath during the opening
ceremonies.

Mosby's played in the basketball
tournament for more than four years

BRYAN MOSBY:WE'RE ALL FRIENDS AND WE
TRY TO HELP EACHOTHER AND WE COME OUT
HERE AND WE JUST HAVE A LOT OF FUN
PLAYING AND WE HOPE WE WIN, BUT IF WE
DON'T WIN WERE JUST GOING TO TRY AND DO
OUR BEST IN THE ATTEMPT TO WIN.

Along with the team bond that
develops on the hardwood, the games
also bring flamilies closer together.

Organizers say there is something

about the game that brings out
abilities in the players that friends
and family members didn't expect to be
there.

JUSTIN MOSBY:IN GENERAL SOMETIMES THERE
IS AN UNDERESTIMATION OF WHAT THEIR
ABILITIES ARE. YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO
DO YOUR BILLS, LIVE ON YOUR OWN, OR
LISTEN TO WHAT YOUR MOM TELLS YOU TO
DO, BUT YOU COME OUT HERE AND YOU MAKE
FRIENDS AND BE A PART OF A TEAM OR BE A
TEAM CAPTAIN.

BUTT BUTT BUTT

JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:ALONG WITH THE
DRIBBLING AND SHOOTING COMES IMPROVED
SOCIAL SKILLS, THE STRENGTHENING OF
FAMILY BONDS, AND A HOST OF NEW
FRIENDS. JEREMY BUTTERFIELD, NEWS 7,
BLACKSBURG.

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GRAPHIC=NONE President Bush heads overseas. Still
ENG#=APRISA ahead his basic message to Europe:


let's be friends.

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And just what they need in California.

Another storm, and more troubles move
in tonight.

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GRAPHIC=George W. Bush President Bush has embarked on his
ENG#=1 first European trip since the start of


his second term.

The five-day tour will take him to
Belgium, Germany, and Slovakia to meet
with world leaders.

Kelly Cobiella reports.

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*CG locator Brussels, Belgium
:00


*CG 2line Javier Solana
European Union Representative
:32


*CG reporter Kelly Cobiella

CBS News
:



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OQ=STD < (END SOT) for this first trip of a new term..win


back some powerful European friends.

(nat protestors chant)

On the streets, the welcome was not a
warm one.

(nat mos from aptn 1830 "belgium US
WRAP)

"WE DON'T LOVE BUSH."

A crowd of demonstrators seven hundred
strong filled downtown Brussels hours
before the president's plane even
touched down.

(MOS 13:34:54 APTN)

"IT'S NOT ONLY THE PERSON BUSH, BUT
EVERYTHING HE REPRESENTS."

Brussels is in virtual lockdown for the
visit...with barricaded streets and a
thousand extra officers. President
Bush plans talks with more

than two dozen European leaders
including French President Jacques
Chirac, a key critic of the Iraq war.
Allies appear ready to move on.

(Javier Solana, EU High Representative

for Common Foreign and Security

Policy fm aptn 0330)

"THIS IS OVER. WHAT WE HAVE TO DO IS
LOOK TO THE FUTURE, TO TALK BETWEEN

US ABOUT HOW WE CAN RESOLVE BETTER THE
PROBLEMS WHICH ARE OUT THERE AND

WHICH ARE WELL KNOWN."

At the top of the list..Iran. Russia
wants the country to be allowed to have
nuclear power...not nuclear weapons.
Europe is also trying to talk the
country out of its uranium enrichment
program. The Bush Administration
refuses to join any talks.

In an interview with Belgian television
last week, Mister Bush would not rule
out military action against Iran, at
the same time, insisting the

US and Europe are on the same page.

(SOT PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH)



"MILITARY ACTION IS NEVER THE
PRESIDENTS FIRST CHOICE. DIPLOMACY IS
THE

FIRST CHOICE, AT LEAST MY FIRST CHOICE.
WE'VE GOT A COMMON GOAL AND THAT

IS THAT IRAN SHOULD NOT HAVE A NUCLEAR
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GRAPHIC=None Folks in Southern California are
ENG#=2 bracing for yet another blast of stormy


weather.

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*CG locator Temecula, CA

As much as three-inches of rain is
forecast along the coast tonight --
with up to ten inches possible in the
foothills.

Storms have already caused scattered
flooding, mudslides and two small
tornadoes.
*CG locator Sun Valley, CA

In one neighborhood, a broken sewer
line opened up a 20-foot-deep sinkhole.

Crews sandbagged around the hole to
keep it from filling with runoff water,
but repairs could take several days.

No major injuries from the storms have
been reported.

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GRAPHIC=None Coming up, ______ goes to victory
ENG#=APRISA lane at Daytona, and




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Randolph-Macon is headed back to
the ODAC title game. All that and more
next in sports.

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GRAPHIC=ODAC The ODAC Tournament rolled on this
ENG#=2 afternoon at the Salem Civic Center


with semifinal action. In today's
opener top seeded Randolph-Macon was
hoping to advance to the finals for the
third time in four years in a rematch
of last year's championship against
Hampden-Sydney.

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*CG locator Salem
Tigers vs. Yellow Jackets Yellow Jackets Coach Mike Rhoades :00 watched his team fall behind by 6
midway thru the second half.


But Macon went to work. Stephen
Sutherland puts in the floater off the
window cutting the lead to just two.

Drew Prehmus answers along the
baseline for Hampden-Sydney, but that
was one of just 3 Tiger field goals in
the final 10 minutes. *CG final Hampden-Sydney
63 Justin Wannsley put things away Randolph-Macon for the Yellow Jackets. Randolph-Macon 67 advances to the title game with a 67 to
63 win.

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*CG 2line Mike Rhoades
Randolph-Macon Head Coach
:02



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OQ=we can be proud of."

















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GRAPHIC=ODAC In game two today, Virginia
ENG#=3 Wesleyan tried to sew up a second


straight trip to the Monday night game
by beating Guilford.

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*CG locator Salem
Quakers vs. Marlins The 6th seeded Quakers were fresh :00 off an upset of number 3 Bridgewater on
Saturday.

Early on, check out Guilford's
Kerry Atkinson on the dribble drive.
Atkinson puts in the little left handed
runner.

Brandon Adair was a force for the
Marlins. He cleans the glass off the
missed jumper and puts up two with
authority. *CG final Guilford
81 Then later, Adair gets it done Virginia Wesleyan with a turnaround jumper Wesleyan is 94 headed to the title game after a 94 to
81 win over Guilford.

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GRAPHIC=ACC In the ACC today, Georgia Tech
ENG#=4 slipped past Florida State 76 to 75.


Duke and Wake Forest are set to tipoff
in just a few minutes in Durham.

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*CG locator Philadelphia, PA
ABC Sports To the Big East where Villanova :00 was on fire from the outside today
against Pittsburgh.

Allan Ray did most of the damage
for the Wildcats from long range in an
80 to 72 win. Nova gets another shot
at a ranked team Wednesday night when
number 6 BC visits Philly.

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GRAPHIC=None Finally, the pins were falling and the
ENG#=1 strikes were plentiful in Blacksburg


today-- and it was all for a good
cause.

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*CG locator Blacksburg

It didn't matter if you bowled a
three or a three hundred at the
Strike-Out Cancer tournament.

Ten dollars out of every fifteen
dollar entry fee went straight to the
American Cancer Society.

Organizers also raffled off a

scooter and a Virginia Tech bowling
ball signed by Frank Beamer, Beth
Dunkenberger, and Seth Greenberg.

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*CG 2line Julie Felix
Organizer JULIE FELIX:BOWLERS ARE LIKE GAMBLERS.
THERE ALWAYS TAKING CHANCES ON
SOMETHING PLUS IT'S A SPORT THAT
EVERYONE LIKES TO DO. IT'S A SPORT THAT
YOU CAN DO FROM VERY YOUNG TO VERY OLD.

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Felix's mother was diagnosed with
cancer four years ago, which inspired
him to start the Strike-Out Cancer
event.

Felix hopes to raise more than
three thousand dollars for the American
Cancer Society.

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