03/23/05

News 7 at 5


ENG#=1 Next on News 7 at 5, new developments


in a family's fight to keep a brain
damaged woman alive in Florida.

We'll have the latest in a live
report.
VO NAT VO NAT

Plus Roanoke police believe they
have found the person responsible for a
string of recent church burglaries.

(END VO) END VO


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Thunderstorms in the morning and
several more have popped up this
afternoon. We have the latest track on
Titan 3D.
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=2 Also today, a group of business


owners is concerned a new bypass will
divert its customers.
VO NAT VO NAT

On Healthcheck, a gift to two local
high schools could help prevent
tragedy.

(END VO) END VO



SHANNON ON CAM

Plus some cellular customers are
feeling disconnected from the phone
company.

News 7 at 5 is next.
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*CG 4063


*CG standup Shannon Young

syoung@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed
rreed@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com
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ENG#=3





SOT FULL SOT FULL (:33 - :44)



INQ=When I close my eyes... MARY SCHINDLER/TERRI'S SCHIAVO'S
RUNS=:11 MOTHER: WHEN I CLOSE MY EYES AT NIGHT
OQ=see is Terri dying. ALL I CAN SEE IS TERRI DYING.



VO-NAT :08 VO-NAT



It's a race against time for
Terri Schiavo's parents.

The couple today weathered a
second defeat in federal court.

(END VO) END VO



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

GRAPHIC=Schiavo Early today, a three-judge panel
ENG#=4 for the backup of a federal appeals court in Atlanta


rejected the couple's request that
Terri Schiavo be reconnected to life
support.

They then asked the full court to
get involved -- but the court refused
but has *not* given a reason for the
decision.

Schiavo's parents have vowed to
take the fight to the U-S

Supreme Court -- which, in the past,
has refused to get involved.

DOUBLE BOXES



Alison Harmelin is live in
Florida with more.

LIVE=CBS NEWSPATH FULL LIVE FULL

*CG 2line Alison Harmelin
CBS News


*CG live Pinellas Park, FL

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=




*CG 2line Mary Schindler
Terri Schiavo's Mother
:12



*CG 2line George Felos
Michael Schiavo's Attorney
:28


*CG 2line Angela Olson
Supports Schiavo's Husband
1:01 QUICK


*CG 2line Greg Hoza
Supports Schiavo's Parents
1:07


*CG live Pinellas Park, FL

RUNS=1:24 (END SOT)



OQ=now back to you. <

HAVE LOST A COURT DECISION

THAT COULD SAVE THE LIFE OF THEIR
SERIOUSLY BRAIN-DAMAGED DAUGHTER. FOR

THE THIRD TIME A FEDERAL COURT HAS
TURNED THEM DOWN.



TRACK: THEY COULD NOW APPEAL TO THE
SUPREME COURT.



SOT: MARY SCHINDLER /TERRI SCHIAVO'S


MOTHER



BUT THE HIGH COURT HAS TURNED DOWN THE
PARENT'S PREVIOUS


APPEALS...SIDING WITH SCHIAVO'S
HUSBAND, WHO HAS SAID HIS WIFE WOULDN'T

HAVE WANTED TO LIVE THIS WAY.



(SOT: GEORGE FELOS/HUSBAND'S ATTORNEY:





(HARMELIN STANDUP BRIDGE:

WITH URGING FROM FLORIDA GOVERNOR JEB
BUSH, THE STATE LEGISLATURE IS

ALSO WORKING ON A LAST-DITCH MEASURE
THAT WOULD KEEP SCHIAVO ALIVE.

BUT SIMILAR BILLS HAVE FAILED IN THE
PAST, )



TRACK: PRESIDENT BUSH SAYS HE AND
CONGRESS HAVE DONE THEIR BEST.



(SOT: BUSH



NOW WE'LL WATCH THE COURTS MAKE IT'S
DECISION.



(NAT)

TRACK: SCHIAVO HAS HAD A FEEDING TUBE
FOR MORE THAN A DECADE, AND

DOCTORS SAY WITHOUT IT, SHE WILL LIVE
ONLY A WEEK, MAYBE TWO. HER

HOSPICE HAS DRAWN PROTESTERS FROM
ACROSS THE SPECTRUM: THOSE WHO AGREE

WITH SCHIAVO'S HUSBAND:




(SOT: ANGELA OLSON/SUPPORT'S SCHIAVO'S


HUSBAND:

PEOPLE HAVE GOTTEN THE FACTS ALL
WRONG...SHE NEEDS TO HAVE THE RIGHT TO

DIE.



TRACK: ...AND THOSE WHO DON'T.



(SOT: GREG HOZA/SUPPORT'S PARENTS:



I'M HERE BECAUSE I BELIEVE IN LIFE.)



TRACK: SEVERAL PEOPLE...WERE ARRESTED
AS THEY TRIED TO BRING WATER TO

SCIAVO. THOSE EFFORTS FAILED. IT
WON'T BE LONG BEFORE THEY KNOW

WHETHER COURT EFFORTS TO KEEP HER
ALIVE... SUCCEED. ALLISON HARMELIN,

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Roanoke Police say they have solved
ENG#=1 a string of recent church burglaries.



VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke
March 3 Officers arrested a 17 year old boy
and charged him with six counts of

burglary, four counts of grand larceny,
and two counts of petit larceny.

He's accused of burglarizing four
churches in Southeast Roanoke between
February 26th and March first.

Police are not releasing his name
because of his age.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=None An effort to ease truck traffic
ENG#=2 in Fincastle is cruising ahead.



Some citizens are working to get
a bypass constructed to divert buses
and trucks around the town.

As Susan Bahorich tells us- it's
a plan that's already getting mixed
reviews.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=nats- The sight is...




*CG locator Fincastle
:00


*CG 2line Peggy Crosson
Historic Fincastle, Inc.
:10



*CG 2line Dee Tribbett
Courthouse Cafe
:49


*CG 2line Connie Skibinski
Fincastle Drug Store
1:14


*CG reporter Susan Bahorich
sbahorich@wdbj7.com
1:22


*CG 2line Jason Bond
V-DOT
1:32



RUNS=1:53 (END SOT)



OQ=SB, News7, Fincastle. <


(END SOT) trucks rumbling through



(END SOT)



The sight is nothing new to folks in
downtown Fincastle, but it's something
some would like to see a lot less of...

SOT FULL



@12:00.24

PEGGY CROSSON, HISTORIC FINCASTLE,
INC.: THE TOWN OF FINCASTLE WAS BUILT
IN THE LATE 18TH CENTURY AND WAS NOT

BUILT FOR 21ST CENTURY TRAFFIC.

(END SOT)



Peggy Crosson cross-on is the executive
director of Historic Fincastle,
Incorporated. She's also part of a
group which has been pushing for a
bypass.

NATS UP

peggy pointing saying something?

(END SOT)



The bypass would run from near the
intersection of Springwood and Poor
Farm Roads - follow the lay of the land
and then empty onto route 220, just
North of the town.

In all, it would run about eight-tenths
of a mile, but for business owners in
the heart of the town "going the
distance" could affect their
livelihoods.

SOT FULL



@25:39.21

DEE TRIBBETT, COURTHOUSE CAFE: I
APPRECIATE THE THOUGHT THAT THEY WANT
TO ALIEVE SOME OF THE TRAFFIC, BUT I
FAIL TO UNDERSTAND WHY THEY'RE GOING TO
DEVELOP THIS COUNTY IF THEY'RE GOING TO
CUT IF OFF AT ITS KNEES.

(END SOT)




The courthouse cafe has been operating
in downtown Fincastle for about
two-months. Tribbett says the
restaurant depends on the traffic and
word of mouth for it's business.

Down the street at the Fincastle Drug
Store the road is getting mixed
reviews.

SOT FULL



@22:15.19

CONNIE SKIBINSKI, FINCASTLE DRUG STORE:
FOR THE BUSINESS THAT COULD BE BAD
'CAUSE THAT WILL TAKE THE TRAFFIC AWAY
FROM US, BUT AT THE SAME TIME FOR
SAFETY ISSUES I THINK IT COULD BE A
GOOD THING.

(END SOT)



V-DOT officials say the bypass could
cost about three-point-six million
dollars and is still at least
three-years away.

SOT FULL



@32:20.00

JASON BOND, VDOT: THIS IS VERY EARLY IN
THE PROCESS. AT THIS POINT WE'RE
HAVING THE CITIZEN INFORMATION MEETINGS
TO INVOLVE PEOPLE IN THE PLANS AS WE
START MAKING SOME OF THOSE DESIGN
DECISIONS OF WHAT THE ROAD WILL LOOK

LIKE.

(END SOT)





People can weigh in and make
suggestions - at a meeting Tuesday,
March 29th at Central Academy. The
meeting will last from four until six
o'clock.



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Shannon ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None State education officials say the



ENG=3 No Child Left Behind Act needs to be


modified in order to work in Virginia.
EDUCATION BANNER Take Education Banner

In this Education 7 report,
Virginia is asking the federal
government to allow it to opt out of
some of the provisions.

RICHMOND DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & DOUBLE BOXES


Jennifer Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon joins us with the story.

Jenn, what does the request mean?

Shannon, The No Child Left Behind
Act allows states to request waivers to
parts of the law they find are unfair
to their students.

LIVE=Jennifer LIVE FULL

*CG live Richmond


*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@WDBJ7.com Virginia is taking advantage of
that in hopes of making the program
work better here in the Commonwealth.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=You just have to hope




*CG 2line Tom Jackson
Board of Education President
:00



*CG file File Tape
:11


*CG 2line Jo Lynne DeMary
Superintendent of Public Instruction
:24


*CG locator Richmond
:34


*CG 2line Princess Moss
Virginia Education Association
President
1:03



RUNS=1:16 (END SOT)



OQ=what it is costing us here in



Virginia. <


TOM JACKSON: YOU JUST HAVE TO HOPE
THERE'S ENOUGH FLEXIBILITY IN THE
FEDERAL SYSTEM RIGHT NOW THAT THEY CAN
REACT WHERE NECESSARY.

(END SOT)



Virginia has identified nine
areas that it believes need to be
waived.

But the department has only heard
favorable response on only a few of its
proposals...


One allows students with
disabilities or those with limited
English proficiency to stay in school
longer.

SOT FULL 15:16



JO LYNNE DeMARY: THE LAW PERMITS THEM
TO STAY IN SCHOOL LONGER AND IT
SHOULDN'T BE AS IMPORTANT HOW SOON THEY
GET IT AS THEY DO GET IT.

(END SOT)



Another waiver would change the
way adequate yearly progress is
calculated.

Currently an entire school could
make a failing grade if just 50
students in a particular subgroup test
poorly.

The state is then expected to
help remediate the entire school.

SOT FULL 9:18



TOM JACKSON: THAT IS A WASTE OF
RESOURCES AND NO ONE IN AMERICA CAN
AFFORD TO REMEDIATE AN ENTIRE SCHOOL
WHEN IT'S ONLY A SMALL GROUP OF
STUDENTS WHO NEED THE SERVICES.

(END SOT



Meanwhile the General Assembly
has commissioned a study to see what it
would cost to opt out of No Child Left

Behind all together.

SOT FULL 11:48



PRINCESS MOSS: I THINK IN ORDER TO
ADEQUATELY AND APPROPRIATELY ADDRESS
THE UNDERFUNDING OF NO CHILD LEFT
BEHIND, THE COMMONWEALTH NEEDS TO KNOW
WHAT EXACTLY IT IS COSTING US HERE IN
VIRGINIA.

(END SOT)>>



LIVE=Jennifer LIVE FULL

*CG live Richmond

The Department of Education
expects to hear a decision from the
federal government next week.

DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Jennifer (DOUBLE BOXES)



Shannon, the Board will then
decide what to do about the waivers
that are denied.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=APRISA After a quick break, a new


facility in Roanoke wants to spread the
word about sexually transmited
diseases,

VO-NAT VO-NAT



and changes with a cell phone company
have some customers standing in line...

and they're not happy about it.

(END VO) (END VO)

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MINI-OPEN SHAN ON CAM
SHAN ON CAM Michael Jackson may get a ruling
GRAPHIC=Jackson in his favor.



ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Santa Maria, CA

The judge in his child
molestation trial says he's

leaning toward agreeing with the
defense that adult material found

on computers should *not* be used as
evidence.

This morning, detectives
testified about items recovered from

the police raid on Jackson's home in
November 2003.

SOT FULL SOT FULL (:33 - :43)
INQ=The prosecution is...




*CG 2line J. Randy Taraborrelli
Jackson Biographer/Court Observer J.RANDY TARABORRELLI/JACKSON BIOGRAPHER
(CBS CONSULTANT/COURT OBSERVER)

THE PROSECUTION IS SLOWLY PUTTING
TOGETHER A TAPESTRY OF EVENTS AND

CIRCUMSTANCES TO CORROBORATE THE
ACCUSER AND HIS SIBLINGS' STORY.

RUNS=:10 (END SOT)



OQ=and his sibling's story.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Jackson arrived early for court
today.

He walked slowly but leaned on no
one.

His body guards now carry
cushions to help alleviate what's said
to be the singer's back pain.

(END VO) (END VO)


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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Cingular SunComm Some SunCom cell phone customers



ENG#=2 are upset with their new Cingular


service.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

The frustrated customers waited
more than hour to get their new phone.

Then they found out the stores
did *not* have the new phones in stock.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ="Each time...




*CG 2line Joyce Wooden
Upset Customer JOYCE WOODEN 11:15 "EACH TIME I AM TOLD
THEY DON'T HAVE SIM CARDS AND DON'T
HAVE THE PHONES. SO IT'S JUST BACK AND
FORTH AND AROUND AND AROUND AND YOU'RE
NOT GETTING ANYWHERE WITH THEM."11:25

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=...anywhere with them.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



A Cingular spokesperson told News
7 the store is experiencing high
demand.

To help fix the problem...new
equipment is being shipped to all the
company's stores every day.

The spokesperson also said the
deadline for SunCom customers to switch

their phones is June first.

(END VO) (END VO)


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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Medical News A new community resource is hoping
ENG#=3 to raise awareness about HIV and other


sexually transmitted diseases.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

The Council of Community Services
has opened the OperationLifeSaver
Drop-In Center... a place you can turn
to for information, support, and free
HIV testing.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 29:18 runs 09
INQ=The need is tremendous




*CG 2line Pam Meador
Council of Community Services THE NEED IS TREMENDOUS RIGHT NOW THE
CDC ESTIMATES THEY ARE OVER 40-THOUSAND
THAT DO NOT KNOW THEY ARE HIV INFECTED
AND THAT NUMBER IS A LOW COUNT 30 I
CAN'T PRESS PEOPLE TO GET HIV TESTED
ENOUGH

RUNS=09 (END SOT)



OUT Q=hiv tested enough



END SOT






VO-NAT VO-NAT



Meador (Met-ER) points out the
facility is not a clinic but more of a
resource center --where confidentiality
is a top priority.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 29:03 runs 05



INQ=I think it's a safe haven I THINK IT'S A SAFE HAVEN AND THINK


IT'S SOMETHING Roanoke HAS BEEN MISSING

RUNS=05 (END SOT)



OQ=has been missing VO-NAT



The Center is located on Church Avenue
and is open Monday thru Friday from 9
am to 6pm.

(END VO) (END VO)



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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Healthcheck The loss of their children is
ENG#=4 motivating some local parents to take


action to save others.

If they get their way every high
school in Southwest Virginia will be
equipped with Automatic External
Defibrillators or AED's.

TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY


Healthcheck Banner TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Joy Sutton joins us to explain in this
HealthCheck 7 Report

Shannon, the pain still runs deep for
these families. One mother last her son
in May --the other her daughter in
January.
JOY FULL JOY FULL *CG standup Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com While the first appeal to the general
assembly failed -- these families have
not given up the fight.

Now they finally have some help --
Carilion has agreed to donate 18 AED's
to the cause.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Adam Wickham




*CG 2line Michele Wickham
Adam's Mother
hits @ :07


*CG locator Vinton
hits @ :20


*CG 2line Verne Baker
Carilion VP for Cardiac Services

Hits @ :40


*CG 2line Lisa Lovegrove
Grace's Mother
hits @ 1:03



OUT Q=what so ever



Runs=1:16 << Adam Wickham was just 14 years old


when collapsed on the track at school
and later died.

SOT FULL 12:56 (runs:16)



THEY INDICATE IT WAS MOST LIKELY
ARRTHYMIA THAT HAD TAKEN HIM FROM US.
WE DON'T KNOW THAT AN AED COULD'VE
SAVED HIM IN THIS SITUATION WE DON'T
KNOW THAT IT COULDN'T HAVE 08 WE DO
KNOW THERE IS RESEARCH TO PROVE THAT
AED'S DO SAVE LIVES

(END SOT)



nat SOT FULL 16:17 runs 03



STAND CLEAR SHOCK WILL BE DELIVERED IN
5 SECONDS

(END SOT)



An AED delivers a life-saving shock to
the heart.

William Byrd High and Patrick Henry
High School were the first to receive
the equipment.

What makes these devices unique is they

are simple enough to be used by a young
student --and they won't shock a person
unless it's needed.

SOT FULL 24:31 (runs :07)



THE DEVICES ARE VERY EASY TO USE THEY
ARE MADE FOR THE LAY PERSON TO USE AND
ACTUALLY WALK YOU THROUGH VERBALLY

(END SOT)



Lisa Lovegrove has also joined the
fight to get these devices in more
schools. She lost her 18 year old
daughter Grace, a former Patrick Henry
student, to cardiac arrest. She's also
involved in another initiative to
encourage more people to learn CPR.

SOT FULL 19:45 runs :12



IN MY DAUGHTER SITUATION SHE HAD NO
HISTORY OF HEART PROBLEMS. SHE HAD BEEN
RUNNING SINCE 6TH GRADE. ALL OF HER
PHYSICAL POINTED TO NO HEART PROBLEMS
WHAT SO EVER

(END SOT)



(END SOT)>>


JOY FULL JOY FULL

This all came about because of the
mother of Adam's closet friend, Debbie
Petrine (Puh-Treen). Michele Wickham
she along with Carilion and others who
have given their support deserve a lot

of credit.
TWO SHOT SHANNO/JOY TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Shannon,
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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A week ago, the Liberty Flames had
ENG#=1 never won an N-C-double-A tournament


basketball game.

Now they've won two ... and hope to
add a few more.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Lynchburg

Highlights of last night's win by
the women's team over Depaul were shown
during the school's weekly convocation
service this morning.

Chancellor Jerry Falwell attended
the game and says his team of Davids
has a good chance of beating Goliath.

SOT FULL 10:31:11 SOT FULL
INQ=Our girls expect




*CG 2line Rev. Jerry Falwell
Liberty U. Chancellor REV. JERRY FALWELL/LIBERTY U.
CHANCELLOR: OUR GIRLS EXPECT TO WHIP
L-S-U, SO DON'T TELL THEM OTHERWISE,
THAT'S WHAT THEY TOLD ME LAST NIGHT ...

DON'T LAUGH. PENN STATE DID, DEPAUL
DID ... SHOULDN'T HAVE.

RUNS=18 (END SOT)



OQ=shouldn't have.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The school will help pay the cost
of a bus trip for students who want
cheer on the Lady Flames in Chattanooga
Saturday.

(END VO) (END VO)



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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=APRISA We'll have more on Liberty's trip


to the Sweet 16 coming up later in
Sports.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



Also we'll see how doctors are helping
a kitten start life on the right foot.

(END VO) (END VO)

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=APRISA Coming up a little later



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we'll see what happened after
televison's hottest show gave its
viewers the wrong number.

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*CG 5stox1 h
0.84
44.60
i
0.22
72.75
h
0.15
48.56

h
0.15
48.56
i
0.26
18.81


*CG 5stox2 i
0.15
10.82
i
0.07
23.30
i
0.91
25.70
i
0.30
89.97
h
1.41
68.20


*CG 5stox3 i
0.90
19.00
h
0.50
32.29

i
1.24
29.96
i
3.55
83.90


Unchg
48.78


*CG 5stox4 i
0.09
52.01
h
0.62
26.04


Unchg
26.10
i
0.19
5.27
h
0.06
47.32
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ANCHOR ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody. The
ENG#=1 Liberty University women are preparing


to dance in the Sweet 16 after last
night's win over DePaul.

The Flames, who had never won an
NCAA tournament game, have now won two
in three days.

The key has been the play of
six-eight center Katie Feenstra - who
has this to say to those who think LU
is a one woman team.

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*CG 2line Katie Feenstra
29 Points & 13 Rebounds Last Night
:00


*CG 2line Carey Green
Liberty Head Coach

:20

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OQ=...the bench as well."




ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC= Next up for the Flames is a
ENG#= Saturday date with the top seed in the


Chattanooga regional, LSU. The tip
time at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga
is set for 12 Noon. Duke and Georgia
will follow, with the winners meeting
on Monday night.






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WIPE TO BOARDS WIPE TO APRISA

ENG#=None (TAKE APRISA #1100)



ANCHOR=TRAVIS And don't forget the men's tourney


resumes tomorrow night here on Your
Hometown Station. Louisville and
Washington get things started just
after 7. That one is followed up by
the upstart West Virginia Mountaineers
and Bobby Knight's Texas Tech Red
Raiders.

(TAKE APRISA #1102)




Over on 7.2 it will be
Wisconsin-Milwaukee taking on top
seeded Illinois in the early game. In
the nightcap, Oklahoma State continues
its bid to make it back to the Final
Four against Lute Olson, Channing Frye
and Arizona.

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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM We finish up with news from the
ENG#=2 track. Today Nascar overturned the


suspensions of Hendrick crew chiefs
Chad Knaus and Alan Gustafson.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Concord, NC
January Knaus, the crew chief for Jimmie :00 Johnson had been suspended for 2 races
and fined 35 grand, and JJ was docked
25 points, after the pair was accused
of cheating in Atlanta.

Gustafson, Kyle Busch's crew
chief, received the same penalty with a
fine of 25 thousand dollars.

Both will now be in Bristol next
weekend, but have been placed on 90
days probation.


Rick Hendrick maintains that
neither cheated and that the cars
failed inspection because of mechanical
issues that developed over the course
of the 400 mile race.
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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

That's it for the ticker. Coming
up tonight at six, Mike Stevens checks
in from Blacksburg, where the Hokies
opened spring practice today, and
Marcus Vick addressed the media for the
first time since rejoining the team.
Have a great night everybody.
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GRAPHIC=NONE Wall Street was the site of a
ENG#=1 tug-of-war today as investors saw a new


report citing rising inflation and a
sharp drop in oil prices.

Alexis Christoforous has that and
more in our Money Watch report.

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*CG 2line Alexis Christoforous
CBS Money Watch
:00



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SHAN ON CAM SHAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None George Bailey's life may become
ENG#=2 even more wonderful.



VO-NAT :23 VO-NAT

*CG locator Raleigh, NC

The kitten with the same name as
Jimmy Stewart's character in the movie,
It's a Wonderful Life, underwent
surgery today to allow it to walk.

George was born without two of
his legs.

A surgical team from the North
Carolina State College of Veterinary
Medicine attached two metal artificial
limbs to the cat.

The artificial limbs are similar
to prosthetic legs used by runners.

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GRAPHIC=None Television's most popular show
ENG#=3 has dialed up a little trouble for


itself.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator "American Idol"
File Tape "American Idol" will not be
booting anyone off the stage tonight.

The show says it displayed the
wrong phone numbers that allow viewers
to pick their favorite of the eleven
remaining singers.

The contestant with the fewest
votes was to be eliminated.

Now, the show says it will do it
all over again and hold a re-vote after
tonight's broadcast.

Phone lines will be open for two
hours.

"American Idol" is in its fourth
season and draws nearly 30 MILLION
viewers an episode.

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email/copyright


*CG 4035
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Hold the line.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



Why many SunCom customers get a busy
signal at the Cingular office, tonight
CLOSING ANIMATION ANIMATION

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