05/14/05

News 7 at 6


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Coming up on News 7,

Lynchburg police investigate an
adoption scam.

ENG#=1 VO NAT


VO NAT And school's out for the summer --
leaving some businesses in Blacksburg
out in the cold.

Plus, downtown Roanoke turns into a
melting pot with a whole lot of flavor.

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Tonight in sports, Dale, Jr. talks
about Kurt Busch's actions last week in
Darlington, Indy qualifying is a
washout, and

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Roanoke College opens NCAA


lacrosse play against Widener.

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GRAPHIC=None An approaching cold front brings


unsettled weather to the region this
weekend. If your plans take your
outdoors, we'll have the latest
information in your SkyTracker7
forecast.
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*CG standup Myranda Stephens
mstephens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
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GRAPHIC=None Myranda Tosses to Brent



Good Evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.
Strong storms have been popping up
across the region this afternoon. Some
producing hail and damaging winds.

Brent Watts as been tracking
these storms with TITAN radar and has
the latest from the forecast center.
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GRAPHIC=Summer Business It's time for the Hokies to go


home.

But what happens to Blacksburg
businesses when the students leave for
the summer?

Jeremy Butterfield talked with
shop owners in Hokie country today, and
found out how they stay afloat during
the summer.

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*CG locator Blacksburg
:02


*CG 2line Laura Granninger
Virginia Tech Graduate
:19
*CG 2line Josh Peebles
Virginia Tech Student
:32
*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
:37
*CG 2line Andrea Weddle

Big Al's Bar Manager
:52
*CG 2line Len Comaratta (QUICK)
Crossroads Assistant Manager
1:24
*CG 2line Mark Bell
Bulldog Tattoo's Owner
1:35

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OQ=JB, News BB < (END SOT) Virginia Tech campus as students


celebrated the end of their college
career.

Most graduating students will
start their new careers while a large
chunk of undergraduates won't return
until the fall.

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LAURA GRANINGER:I PROLLY WOULD SAY
ABOUT HALF OF THE STUDENTS GO HOME AND
THEN HALF OF THE STUDENTS STAY HERE IN
APARTMENTS AND SUCH.

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OQ= That means the summer lull will


set in for Blacksburg.

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INQ= @16:21:37



LAURA GRANINGER:IT'S A LITTLE MORE LOW

KEY. CAMPUS IS PRETTY DEAD.

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JOSH PEEBLES:IT'S NICE THAT IT'S
QUITTER. LESS PEOPLE PEOPLE BEING CRAZY
IN THE STREETS.

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JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:AS GRADUATION
CEREMONIES BEGAN TO WRAP UP ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES BEGAN TO
FILL UP THE STREETS OF DOWNTOWN
BLACKSBURG. BUT WITH SUMMER FAST
APPROACHING RESTAURANTS AND SHOP OWNERS
ARE GOING TO BEGIN TO RELY ON THEIR
LOCAL REGULARS TO KEEP THEIR BUSINESS
ALIVE.

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ANDREA WEDDLE:A LOT OF LOCAL PEOPLE
START COMING OUT. THEY USUALLY DON'T
COME OUT WHEN IT'S REALLY BUSY WITH THE
LOCAL COLLEGE STUDENTS BUT THEY'LL

START COMING OUT NEXT WEEK.

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OQ= Weddle says the summer is


actually a nice vacation for the
locals.

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INQ= @16:24:53



ANDREA WEDDLE:IT'S A BREAK FOR THEM. A
LOT LESS TRAFFIC, NOT AS LONG TO WAIT
DOWNSTAIRS FOR DINNER SO IT WILL BE
GOOD.

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OQ= It's not just restaurants that


feel the affects of the summer slow.

Most SHOP owners also have their
own group of regulars that come around
during the summer break.

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INQ= @16:28:07



LEN COMARATTA:THERE'S A LARGE
POPULATION BESIDES THE UNIVERSITY THAT
COMES TO SHOP WITH US.

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OQ= Some businesses, like Bulldog


Tattoo's can feel the hit from the
vacant college crowd pretty hard.

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INQ= @16:34:24



MARK BELL:TATTOOS GONNA SLOW DOWN A

LITTLE BIT PIERCING USUALLY DIES OFF.
BUT WE USUALLY STAY BUSY TATTOOING, NOT
AS MUCH AS WHEN THE STUDENTS ARE HERE,
BUT STILL ALL RIGHT.

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OQ= Bell says his slow summer days


give him extra time to do more
intricate tattoo work on his local
customers and that's just fine with
him.

Most of the shops we talked to
say they definitely know when summer
time rolls around.

But thanks to there local
regulars, they stay busy enough until
the next fall semester rolls around,
and Hokie students fill the streets
once again.

Jeremy Butterfield, News 7,
Blacksburg.

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GRAPHIC=Lynchburg Police Lynchburg Police are investigating a


woman for running a fake adoption
service.

Police have not released the name of

the woman.

But they say she took *tens of
thousands of dollars* from families
over the Internet -- over a two-year
period.

The woman could face charges of fraud
and operating an adoption service
without a license.

Police say so far, about half of the
victims have come forward.
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GRAPHIC=None Lynchburg Police also need your help


finding a suspect on the loose.

He calls himself "MadMax" and he's
wanted in connection to a burglary and
sexual assault that happened May 5th on
Leesville Road.

The suspect is described as 5-foot-7,
and about 175 pounds. He was last seen
wearing a dark-colored sweatshirt.

Police say based on evidence collected
they believe he smokes Monarch
cigarettes.
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Police are also releasing this photo of
the crowbar used in the burglary. They

say it has some unique features that
make it easy to identify.
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Anyone with information asked to call
crime stoppers at 1-888-798-5900.
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GRAPHIC=None The state's top tourism official says


Virginia is NOT spending enough money
to promote the upcoming 400th
anniversary of the Jamestown
settlement.

The president of the Virginia Tourism
Corporation said earlier this week that
there's NOT enough marketing money for
the Jamestown 2007 events.

She also said little advertising is
taking place.

The tourism group is NOT in charge of
events marking the 400th anniversary of
the nation's first permanent English
colony.

But, it is working with groups across
the state that hope to profit from the
commemoration.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Still to come on News 7....some Roanoke


students trade in their pencils for
garden tools..

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT And they usually pick up your MAIL.


But today they were picking up food.

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GRAPHIC=Iraq The U-S military declared its weeklong


offensive near the Syrian border --
over.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Qaim, Western Iraq

Officials say they successfully

neutralized an insurgent sanctuary --
killing more than 125 militants -- and
detaining nearly 40 of intelligence
value.

Nine U-S Marines were killed and 40
injured during the campaign known as
Operation *Matador.*

Operation Matador was launched in Qaim
Came -- which is 200 miles west of
Baghdad.

The remote desert region is known as an
insurgent hideout.

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GRAPHIC=None Senator John Warner may be in a


make-or-break position next week when
it comes to deciding whether to allow a
Senate minority to block the
president's nominees for federal
judges.

For Democrats to prevail, they need the
support of three of the seven undecided
Republicans.

Senator Frist needs five votes from
five of those Republicans.

Warner and others say they have yet to

decide and hope they will NOT have to.

Warner says he worries that ending the
judicial filibuster will weaken the
Senate.
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GRAPHIC=None If you noticed the mail trucks


sitting a bit lower today -- that's
because they were full to the brim with
donated food items.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The National Association of
Letter Carriers held its annual Stamp
Out Hunger food drive today.

Folks were asked to set out a bag
of food along with their mail -- and
the mail carriers took care of the
rest.

The carriers will drop off the
donated items to the Southwestern
Virginia Second Harvest food bank in
Salem.

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GRAPHIC=NONE When News 7 at 6 returns....the latest


on Operation Matador in Iraq.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus...some local *school bus drivers*


go for a wild ride.

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GRAPHIC=None Some Roanoke middle school


students put down their pencils and
pens today in exchange for some
shovels.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT 10.5
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Both students and teachers spent
their Saturday planting flowers,

pulling weeds, and mulching the gardens
in front of Stonewall Jackson Middle
School.

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*CG 2line Stephanie Hogan
Stonewall Jackson Principal @01:53:26

STEPHANIE HOGAN:IT MEANS OWNERSHIP.
THAT'S WHAT WE REALLY WANT TO WORK ON
IS THAT THIS IS OUR SCHOOL. FOR THE
COMMUNITY IN SOUTHEAST I WANT THEM TO
KNOW THAT HERE AT STONEWALL JACKSON IT
IS NOT JUST FOR THE CHILDREN AND THE
STAFF IT'S FOR EVERYBODY.

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This is Hogan's first year as
principal.

She says there are more beauty
projects in store for the school,
including a new sign out front.

The volunteers today brought
there own equipment.

One teacher brought out his John
Deer tractor, saving on time and of
course, some back breaking shoveling.


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GRAPHIC=None He sold folks on his politics, but can


former Roanoke mayor Ralph Smith sell a
piece of furniture?

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Botetourt Co.

Smith, who now lives in Botetourt
County, held a yard sale today to get
rid of items that used to decorate his
OLD home -- the historic Rockledge on
Mill Mountain.

They included everything from bedroom
furniture to oil paintings.

Smith bought Rockledge in 1992 for just
over 600-thousand dollars.

He recently sold it to a couple for one
and half MILLION dollars.

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GRAPHIC=None Some local school bus drivers



were out testing their skills this
afternoon.

But, their buses stayed empty.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT 17.5
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

Drivers from Roanoke County,
Roanoke City and Montgomery County
public schools all participated in
today's school bus rodeo.

After completing a written test,
the drivers hit the road, and
negotiated a road course full of
obstacles they encounter every day on
their regular school routes.

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*CG 2line Jerry Hubbard
Roanoke Co. School Bus Supervisor @02:02:36

JERRY HUBBARD:IT'S A BRUSH UP OF THE
SKILLS, IT'S GREAT TRAINING, GOOD
EXPERIENCE FOR THE DRIVERS, JUST A GOOD
DAY FOR DRIVERS TO KIND OF FELLOWSHIP
TOGETHER AND BE WITH THE OTHER SCHOOL
DIVISIONS, AND WE JUST HAVE DOING IT
ALSO.

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OQ=have doing it also.





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The top winners will go on to
compete at the state level and from
there it's on to the national
competition in Washington D.C.

Hubbard says in the past drivers
from this region have taken top honors
at both the state and national levels.

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GRAPHIC=None Coming up, Roanoke advances to the


quarterfinals of the NCAA lax tourney,
Tech stays alive in ACC softball, and

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Willis White will add another


ring to his collection tonight in
Salem.

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GRAPHIC=Roanoke College Roanoke College hadn't won an NCAA
ENG#=1 lacrosse game since beating Gettysburg


in the 1992 semifinals entering today's
contest with Widener. The Maroons were
anxious to put an ODAC championship
loss to Lynchburg in the rear view
mirror this afternoon.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Salem
Widener vs. Maroons Bill Pilat's team found itself in :00 a game of runs with the visiting
Pioneers.

Chris Keating helped the home team
build on a 10-6 halftime lead, putting
in this tally early in the third
period.

Minutes later, Dan Reed found
Keating for another strike to make it
12-7 Roanoke.

But the man today was Jon Mason.
The sophomore fired in 8 goals in the
contest, tying a Division Three
Tournament record, as Roanoke won it 18
to 12.
*CG final Widener The Maroons will get another shot at 12 Lynchburg on Wednesday. The Hornets Roanoke beat Denison 9 to 6.
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*CG 2line Bill Pilat
Maroons Head Coach
:00


*CG 2line Jon Mason
Scored 8 Goals vs. Widener
:12

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OQ=with a big win."


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GRAPHIC=NEXTEL CUP Tempers will no doubt be running
ENG#=2 hot tonight in Richmond with the


running of the Chevy American
Revolution 400, similar to last week at
Darlington, where Kurt Busch cursed
Nascar on the radio and then hit an
official with a water bottle.

Busch was neither fined or

penalized for his actions, which leads
many to think that there's a double
standard in the sport.

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*CG 2line Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Bud Chevy Driver
:00



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OQ=same amount of respect."


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ENG#=3



ANCHOR=TRAVIS




*CG locator Indianapolis, IN
ESPN A steady rain wiped out the first :00 day of qualifying for the Indianapolis
500. The top 22 qualifiers will now be
determined on Sunday. As a result of
the wet weather, time trials will now
be shortened to three days. The final
two days of qualifying are scheduled
for May 21st and 22nd.

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GRAPHIC=WILLIS WHITE More than 400 friends and former


players of hall of fame high school
football coach Willis White are
gathering tonight at the Salem Civic
Center for an invitation only banquet
honoring the man who brought four state
titles to the City of Salem.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG file Friday Football Extra
:00 White retired before the start of
last season with 246 overall wins and
just 88 losses during his career at
Salem, Patrick Henry and Fort Chiswell.

Besides getting plenty of pats on
the backs - his former players have
chipped in to give him a very special
rememberance of the evening - a one of
a kind championship ring.

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*CG 2line Larry Wills
Willis White Banquet Organizer

:00


*CG 2line Joe Assaid
Herff Jones Ring Representative
:19



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GRAPHIC=ACC Georgia Tech beat Virginia


3-nothing today in the semis of the ACC
Softball Tournament in College Park,
Maryland, dropping the Cavs into the
loser's bracket.

Virginia Tech beat Maryland in
an elimination contest 5 to 3. Angela
Tincher struck out 7 in the win. The
Hokies and Cavs will now meet at 7pm.

TAKE ROANOKE COLLEGE OTS


In the Division Three
tournament, Roanoke lost to Salisbury 6
to 1, putting the Maroons in the
loser's bracket. The Maroons were then
ousted by Moravian 5-nothing.

TAKE FERRUM OTS

Meanwhile, that same Moravian
team ended Ferrum's season with a 6-3
decision earlier in the day.

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GRAPHIC=local colors Did you know there are 70 different


cultures represented in the Roanoke
Valley?

This weekend is the time to
celebrate those cultures.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke 09

Pearl Fu organizes the Local Colors
festival in downtown Roanoke. She says
there is something for everyone
including all kinds of music on tap for
tonight.

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*CG 2line Pearl Fu
Local Colors Organizer 13:44 WE HAVE REGGAE LATINO JAZZ WE
HAVE GERMAN SAUERKRAUT AND THE BIG ONE
IS THE CELTIC ANTER THE HAGUS. LAST
YEAR THEY WERE SO POPULAR PEOPLE ARE
CALLING FROM ALL OVER ASKING TO BOOK
HOTELS JUST TO COME AND SEE THEM.

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OQ=COME AND SEE THEM.





VO-NAT VO-NAT 12



Fu says come hungry. There will be
food from ten ethnic restaurants in the
Valley.

Local Colors is tonight and tomorrow
in downtown Roanoke.

It features music, food, a parade
and a fashion show.
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