02/26/05

6 p.m.




ENG#=1 Coming up on News 7,



Will today be the day state lawmakers
finalize the budget? We'll have the
answer in a live report.
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And new information about yesterday's
fatal shooting outside the Rockbridge
County jail.

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ENG#=2 In sports, Bridgewater and


Randolph-Macon vie for the ODAC women's
championship, Tech-NC State highlights,
and

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we'll let you know who's on the
pole in California.

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GRAPHIC=None The weekend looks nice, but


there's more talk of wintry
precipitation that could arrive for the
workweek. The full forecast details in
just a bit.
MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA

News 7 at 6 is next.
Open OPEN

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*CG 306


*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

New information tonight on a fatal
shooting outside the Rockbridge County
jail. State police say they may never
know who fired the fatal shot from a
deputy's handgun.

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Good evening, I'm Myranda
Stephens.
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GRAPHIC=News7@6 Last night, the sheriff's department



ENG#=4 said 34-year-old Jerry Wayne Ruley had


control of the gun when it went off --
taking his life.

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*CG locator Rockbridge Co.
Yesterday But today, State Police say there was
still a struggle going on between Ruley
and sheriff's deputies when the the
gunshot struck Ruley in the neck.

Other accounts remain consistent:

A Buena Vista Sheriff's deputy was
bringing Ruley to the Rockbridge County
jail. Ruley was handcuffed in front of
him, but he was still able to grab the
deputy's service pistol.

That's when the struggle began -- now
involving other sheriff's deputies --
but somewhere in that struggle, the
service pistol went off.

Ruley's family members told us today
they do not wish to comment on the case
until they have a clearer understanding
of what happened.

The Buena Vista Sheriff's deputy who
took Ruley in is on administrative
leave until further notice.

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GRAPHIC=VA Budget State budget negotiators have


shaken hands over how to spend your
money in the coming year.

So, what's in and what's out?

ENG=1 RICHMOND ANIMATION


RICHMOND ANIMATION Jennifer Wishon is in our
Richmond Newsroom with the details in
tonight's General Assembly Report.

LIVE=Jennifer LIVE FULL

*CG live Richmond


*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@WDBJ7.com Myranda, the 63- billion dollar
budget deal came in the wee hours of
the morning.

Some say are calling it the best
compromise they've ever seen.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



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INQ=I want to announce that








*CG 2line Del. Vince Callahan


(R) McLean


:20


*CG 2line Del. Ben Cline

(R) Lexington


:27


*CG 2line Sen. John Chichester

(R) Fredericksburg


:51


*CG 2line Sen. Chuck Colgan

(D) Manassas


1:18


*CG 2line Del. Ward Armstrong

(D) Martinsville


1:34


*CG 2line Del. Tim Hugo

(R) Centreville


1:41



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OQ=ASK IT BE LEFT ON THE TABLE. <<
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INQ=I want to announce DEL. VINCE CALLAHAN: I WANT TO


ANNOUNCE THAT THERE IS WHITE SMOKE.
Cheers.


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OQ=Cheering It all came down to horses and a


tunnel.

Budget conferees agreed on 700-
thousand dollars towards annual debt
service at the Virginia Horse Center
and NOT to build an underground tunnel
between the Capitol and General
Assembly Buildings.

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INQ=The final sticking point DEL. VINCE CALLAHAN/(R) McLEAN: THE


FINAL STICKING POINT WAS THE TUNNEL
WHICH THE SENATE HAS BACKED OFF FROM SO
WE'RE ALL SET.

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OQ=from so we're all set.



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INQ=The horse center brings DEL. BEN CLINE/(R) LEXINGTON: THE


HORSE CENTER BRINGS IN ABOUT 5 DOLLARS
IN REVENUES FOR THE STATE FOR EVERY
DOLLAR THAT THE STATE INVESTS IN IT.
SO IT'S A MONEYMAKER FOR THE STATE.

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OQ=it's a moneymakers for the state. 50- million will go towards


cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay and
other Virginia waterways.

K-12 education will see an extra
14- million.

Meanwhile, nearly 850 million has

been allotted for transportation.

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INQ=I just don't want SEN. JOHN CHICHESTER/(R)


FREDERICKSBURG: I JUST DON'T WANT
ANYONE IN YOUR VIEWING AREA TO THINK
THAT WE'VE SOLVED TRANSPORTATION
BECAUSE WE HAVEN'T PUT A DROP IN THE
BUCKET FOR THE NEEDS THAT ARE THERE.

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OQ=for the needs that are there. The governor's plan to jump-


start hurting economies in Southwest
and Southside took a hit.

Negotiators agreed to less than
half of the 20- million- dollar plan.

Some money will go towards a new
university in Southside as well as the
Institute for Advanced Learning and
Research in Danville.

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INQ=Once we got over SEN. CHUCK COLGAN/(D) MANASSAS: ONCE


WE GOT OVER THE SQUABBLING I THINK WE
FELT PRETTY GOOD ABOUT IT. I THINK
EVERYBODY IS PRETTY SATISFIED.

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OQ=is pretty satisfied Weary eyed lawmakers also took up


other pieces of unfinished business.

The debate continued on whether
or not to ban teens from talking on
cell phones while driving.


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INQ=If our daughters are out DEL. WARD ARMSTRONG/(D) MARTINSVILLE:


IF OUR DAUGHTERS ARE OUT SOMEWHERE I
WANT TO BE ABLE TO GET IN TOUCH WITH
THEM AND I WANT THEM TO BE ABLE TO GET
IN TOUCH WITH ME.

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OQ=get in touch with me.





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INQ=The studies show that DEL. TIM HUGO/(R) CENTREVILLE: THE


STUDIES SHOW THAT WHEN A CHILD, A 16 OR
17 YEAR OLD IS ON A CELL PHONE, HE HAS
THE REACTION TIME OF SOMEONE 50 OR 60-
YEARS OLDER.

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OQ=50 or 60 years older. The House voted against the


measure.

That prompted the bill's sponsor
to ask it be left on the table.>>

LIVE=Jennifer LIVE FULL

*CG live Richmond

Meanwhile a constitutional
amendment banning gay marriage in the
Commonwealth easily passed both houses
today. Lawmakers have to pass it again
next year before Virginia voters get a
say.

DOUBLE BOXES=Myranda & Jennifer DOUBLE BOXES




Myranda, lawmakers will be back
tomorrow to vote on the budget
amendments and tie up any other loose
ends.

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GRAPHIC=NONE A murder victim's mother hopes others
ENG#=APRISA don't have to share her pain. Still


ahead, marching against violence.

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And another way to save lives. A
woman's loss turns into live-saving
courses for all ages.

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GRAPHIC=None Laura Arnold lost her best friend
ENG#=1 in a death that could have been


prevented.

Now Arnold is making it her
life's goal to educate people on how
they can save a life through a series
of free CPR classes.

Jeremy Butterfield explains.

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INQ=Laura Arnold lost her


*CG locator Roanoke Co.
:11
*CG 2line Laura Arnold
Erica Fulmer's Best Friend
:25


*CG 2line Katie Csorba
Girl Scout Troop 121
:46


*CG 2line Susan Osborne
Mother of Three
1:06


*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield

jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:16



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OQ=Roanoke County. <<



(END SOT) Laura Arnold lost her best


friend, Erica Fulmer more than two
years ago after Fulmer went into
cardiac arrest brought on by heart
disease..

Arnold says her friend might
still be alive if someone had performed
CPR.

Now, she has made it her goal to
educate the public on the life-saving
potential we all possess.

LAURA ARNOLD:IT REALLY DOESN'T TAKE
MUCH TIME TO LEARN THE BASICS OF CPR
AND IT'S THE DIFFERENCE OF SOMEBODY
RAISING HER TWO CHILDREN OR DYING AT
35.

The classes help any age group to
learn the basics of CPR.

Members of Girls Scout troop 121
performed CPR on a dummy during this
class and say it was fairly easy, and
fun to learn.

KATIE CSORBA:IT FEELS KIND OF GOOD THAT
YOU KNOW HOW YOU CAN SAVE SOMEBODY AND

THAT YOU CAN MAYBE LET THEM LIVE LONGER
AND LET THEM ENJOY THEIR LIFE LONGER.

That's why Susan Osborne brought
her family with her.

Osborne says her three daughters
ride horses and she knows when you're
riding, you can never be to cautious.

SUSAN OSBORNE:THINGS HAPPEN IN THE
BLINK OF AN EYE TO YOUNG AND OLD.
THAT'S WHY I HAVE THE GIRLS BECAUSE
THEY ARE OLDER NOW AND THEY NEED TO
KNOW HOW TO DO THIS, IN CASE SOMETHING
DOES HAPPEN.

BUTT BUTT BUTT

JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:THE TWO HOUR CLASS
WON'T MAKE ANY OF THESE PEOPLE AN
EXPERT BUT ORGANIZERS SAY THAT EVEN
NOVICE COULD HAVE SAVED ERICA FULMER'S
LIFE. JEREMY BUTTFIELD, NEWS 7, ROANOKE
COUNTY.

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GRAPHIC=None Demonstrators marched through
ENG#=2 Roanoke today hoping to make others


more aware of domestic violence in the
city.


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*CG locator Roanoke

Most of the demonstrators knew a
family member or a friend killed as a
result of domestic violence -- and
wanted to bring the issue of abuse
directly to the community.

They included the mother of
Desiree Jennings, gunned down by a
former boyfriend last month.

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INQ=This is for all the




*CG 2line Sandra Jennings
Desiree Jennings Mother SANDRA JENNINGS:THIS IS FOR ALL THE
YOUNG LADIES OUT THERE THAT HAS A
BOYFRIEND THAT TRIES TO HIT THEM OR
CONTROL THEM AND WE WANT THE YOUNG
LADIES TO KNOW THAT THEY CAN JUST
LEAVE, BECAUSE IT DOESN'T JUST HURT
THEM IT HURTS THE FAMILY TO. DESIREE
HAD TO SMALL CHILDREN AND THEY HURT
THEY MISS THEIR MOTHER.

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OQ=miss their mother.





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The group began its march on
Madison Avenue and continued past homes

and neighborhoods where domestic
violence-related murders have occurred.

Organizers hope the community
gets the message and the violence
stops.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Still ahead, they say it's a crime that
ENG#=APRISA kids get into trouble. How some people


are now trying to keep them out.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And what does it take to get noticed,
when you're trying to make "The Amazing
Race."

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GRAPHIC=None They say they're fed-up seeing
ENG#=1 children get into trouble, and now


they're working to do something about
it.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

The Southern Christian Leadership
Council hosted this meeting at William
Fleming High School. Organizers say
they believe most children who commit a
crime don't understand what they are
getting themselves into.

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*CG 2line Perneller Wilson
SCLC PERNELLER WILSON:IT'S A NEED HERE. IT'S
CALLED PREVENTION. OUR CHILDREN ARE
GOING ASTRAY. IT'S CALLED SAVE THE
CHILDREN. OUR CHILDREN DON'T UNDERSTAND
THE LAW, MOST OF THEM.

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OQ=most of them.





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The panel was made up of a State
Probation Officer, a Roanoke Police

Officer, and other authorities who know
the law -- and could explain what would
happen to a child after he or she
commits a crime.

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GRAPHIC=None Coming up, __________ grabs the
ENG#=APRISA pole for tomorrow's Auto Club 500, the


ODAC ladies settle their championship
in Salem, and

VO-NAT VO-NAT



the Hokies continue the home
stretch on Tobacco Road against the
Wolfpack.

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GRAPHIC=ACC The Virginia Tech Hokies opened
ENG#=1 the final 3 game stretch of the regular


season today at NC State--a critical
run that would likely determine whether
or not the Hokies make the NCAA
Tournament, the NIT, or stay at home
during March.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Raleigh, NC
Raycom-JP Early on the Hokies were getting :00 it done. Coleman Collins buries the
turnaround jumper along the baseline as
Tech led 4-nothing.

But Engin Atsur staked the Pack
to a 13 point halftime lead with some
hot shooting from downtown as State led
33 to 20.

Zabian Dowdell tried to lead a
Tech comeback. *CG final Virginia Tech He led the Hokies with 12 points, but 54 18 turnovers and a 38 percent N.C. State performance from the field were too 74 much to overcome. State cruised in the
second half, posting a 74 to 54 win.
Tech is now 14 and 11, 7 and 7 in the
ACC.

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GRAPHIC=ODAC The ODAC Women's Tournament went
ENG#=2 pretty much as scripted this weekend.


Today, the top two seeds,
Randolph-Macon and Bridgewater squared
off for the title.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Salem
Eagles vs. Yellow Jackets The Yellow Jackets were looking :00 for their third title and 2nd in three
years.

Macon led by 11 at the break.
Janessa Morusma adds to that total in
the second half, rolling right down the
lane and sticking the short jumper.

Bridgewater hung tough though.
Shannon Scales spots up behind the arc
and rolls home the long range bomb for
the Eagles.

But the Jackets were too much. *CG final Bridgewater Megan Silva deals to Michelle Orton in 55 transition and Randolph-Macon claimed Randolph-Macon the trophy thanks to a 72-55 win.
72



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GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup The Nextel Cup drivers are on the
ENG#=3 left coast this weekend for the running


of the Auto Club 500 at the California
Speedway, which should be the first
true test of the shorter spoilers.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Fontana, CA
FX In qualifying today, rookie Kyle :00 Busch set the pace with a hot lap at
188.24 miles an hour, but Dave Blaney
had some trouble, spinning the Jack
Daniel's machine into the wall. He'll
start 42nd.

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was just 40th
fastest. Here's what Junior had to say
about the new rules.

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*CG 2line Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Qualified 40th
:00



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OQ=with the tire wearing out."




WIPE TO APRISA WIPE TO APRISA<<
*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
1. Kyle Busch
188.245
2. Brian Vickers


3. Jeremy Mayfield


4. Joe Nemechek


5. Greg Biffle


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
6. Matt Kenseth


7. Dale Jarrett


8. Jimmie Johnson


9. Ryan Newman


10. Mike Bliss


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
11. Terry Labonte


12. Scott Riggs


13. Sterling Marlin



14. Bobby Labonte


15. Jamie McMurray


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
16. Casey Mears


17. Kasey Kahne


18. Mark Martin


19. Carl Edwards


20. Kurt Busch


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
21. Ricky Rudd


22. Bill Elliott


23. Rusty Wallace


24. John Andretti


25. Robby Gordon


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
26. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.



27. Scott Wimmer


28. Jeff Gordon


29. Tony Stewart


30. Michael Waltrip


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
31. Kevin Harvick


32. Jeff Burton


33. Mike Wallace


34. Randy Lajoie


35. Travis Kvapil


*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500
36. Kyle Petty


37. Jeff Green


38. Ken Schrader


39. Jason Leffler


40. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.



*CG nascar2 Auto Club 500 >>
41. Elliott Sadler


42. Dave Blaney


43. Kevin Lepage



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GRAPHIC=None How do you get noticed for a chance to
ENG#=1 win a million dollars?



That was the challenge facing families
of four in downtown Roanoke today, as
Your Hometown Station hosted auditions
for the CBS reality show The Amazing
Race.


Photographer Greg Moore shows how some
families took creative measures in
hopes of catching the show's attention.

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*CG locator Roanoke









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What the budget agreement in Richmond
means for our region.

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And new information on a fatal shooting
with a deputy's handgun
CLOSING ANIMATION ANIMATION

on News Seven at Eleven. (END VO) (END VO)