05/23/05

6 p.m.


JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

Police are on the scene of a bank
robbery right now.

ENG#=1 VO NAT


VO NAT


KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

Raleigh police are looking for help
solving the murder of a Roanoke College
Graduate-

Plus this isn't Victory Stadium but
a stadium in a city that decided to
renovate. Now that it's done do people

there think they made the right choice?

(END VO) END VO


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

Tonight on News 7 sports - the
NCAA softball champ is crowned in Salem
this afternoon at the Moyer.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And historic Reynolds Coliseum on


the N.C. State campus is damaged by
fire today.

(END VO) END VO


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ROBIN ON CAM ROBIN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Something weird going on with this


temperatures forecast. Temperatures
will be fully 15 degrees below normal
tomorrow.
JEAN 4-Shot JEAN 4-Shot

News Seven at Six is next
Open (Open)

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*CG 4054



*CG 306


*CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed
rreed@wdbj7.com
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VO-NAT




KEITH ON VO KEITH on VO

A bank hold-up on Hershberger
Road.
JEAN ON VO JEAN ON VO

The search is on for the man who
robbed the F-N-B branch about an hour
ago.

(END VO) (END VO)


JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

*CG breaknow BANK ROBBERY

Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon
KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

And I'm Keith Humphry
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KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

The robbery took place on one of
the busiest roads in Roanoke, at the
height of rush hour.
JEAN 2-SHOT JEAN 2-SHOT

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Police say the man went into the
F-N-B office in the 16-hundred block of
Hershberger, demanded money and ran
off.

Officials say he did NOT show a
weapon.

Police say the robber was a white
male, 18 to 40-years of age and had an
orange shirt pulled over his head.

So far, there's no sign of him.

No one was hurt.

(END VO) (END VO)


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Fire A fire has broken out in southern


Roanoke County.
TAKE MAP FULL TAKE APRISA

The house at 6840 Hofawger Road
caught fire about 45 minutes ago.

Roanoke County and Boones Mill
firefighters are trying to get it under
control.

So far, no word on any injuries.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Red Cross Bad blood for the American Red


Cross. It's being fined more than
three-million dollars by the federal
government.

The F-D-A says a blood- recall
between 2003 and 2004 could have been
prevented.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Jennifer/State DOUBLE BOXES


Micro Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon has more on the story.

Keith, all three regions covering
Virginia are cited for violations.


LIVE=Jennifer Full/State Micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com


*CG live Richmond

This comes after the Food and
Drug Administration reached a legal
agreement with the Red Cross last
summer in an effort to ensure the
safety and proper tracking of blood.

To help ensure compliance, the
FDA set up financial penalties.


ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG file File Tape
40



RUNS=1:03 (END SOT)



OQ=malaria to compromising sterility <

recall of nearly ten- thousand units of
blood or blood components in 2003 to
2004 could have been prevented if the
Red Cross had followed its own
guidelines.

{INSERT PRE PRO LIST LINE BY LINE}

The failures included

distribution of unsuitable units,
acceptance of ineligible donors,
incomplete documentation on Blood Donor
Referral Sheets and Improper arm
scrubs.

{END PRE PRO HERE}

According to an internal memo
obtained by News 7, Thomas Angle, Vice
President of the Colonial Division-
which covers Virginia {INSERT PRE PRO
QUOTE HERE} writes, "The errors that
contribute to recall events such as
identified in this review period
continue to occur."

{END PRE PRO HERE}

The Appalachian Region, which
covers the News 7 viewing area recalled
52 units of blood products because the
bags didn't contain enough platelets to
be effective.

That failure resulted in a fine
of nearly 160- thousand dollars.

The other two regions covering
parts of Virginia racked up fines
totaling 281,000 dollars for violations
ranging from taking blood from donors
who could have been exposed to malaria
to compromising sterility.>>

LIVE=Jennifer Full/Microwave LIVE FULL


*CG live Richmond

A Red Cross spokesman says the
cost of the fine will be taken out of
the operating budget and spread across
every division.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Jennifer/State DOUBLE BOXES


Micro Keith, According to the memo,
private donations will not be used to
pay the fines.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A judge has found sufficient


evidence against a Rockbridge County
high school student who cut an
eleven-year old girl aboard a county
school bus.

Four students who witnessed the
attack were called to testify in
Juvenile Court today.

A felony assault and battery
charge survived, though Judge Anita
Philson ruled there was not enough

evidence to support abduction.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Lexington
:00


*CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com
:18
*CG 2line Brook Southers
Victim
:51
*CG 2line Diana Knight

Mother of Another Bus #69 Student


1:03
*CG 2line Melissa Gualtieri
Brook's Mother
1:22

RUNS=1:32 (END SOT)



OQ=COUNSELING, HE NEEDS SOMETHING. <<



Brook Southers won't turn 12 'til
next week. She's a Sixth Grader at
Maury River Middle School.

The evidence is there'd been talk
around the school that Brook was saying
things about the boy from Rcokbridge
High and his girlfriend, rumors she was
trying to break up their relationship.


ENG#= SOT FULL 12:57:06



SOT FULL WE'RE NOT ALLOWED TO IDENTIFY THE BOY
INQ= INVOLVED. BUT HE DID ADMIT HE WAS


UPSET WHEN HE GOT ON THE BUS. HE SAID
HE WENT RIGHT BACK AND GOT IN BROOK
SOUTHERS' FACE, POINTED HIS FINGER AT
HER, SAID IT WAS HIS FINGERNAIL THAT
MIGHT HAVE CUT HER FACE.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= Photos taken April 15, the day it


happened, show a red mark on Brook's
face, though it's hard to tell what
caused it.

Other students testified they saw
a knife, though a search of the bus
failed to find one.

The young man has already been
expelled from school for a year for
having a knife on school property.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 12:43:30



INQ= BASICALLY I'M JUST GLAD HE'S OUT OF


SCHOOL RIGHT NOW. HE AIN'T NEAR ME SO
NOW I WON'T HAVE TO WORRY ANYMORE.

RUN06 (END SOT)



At least some parents wonder why
students of all ages are grouped
together on the same bus.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 11:55:25



INQ= I THINK THE OLDER HIGH SCHOOL KIDS



PROBABLY SHOULD BE SEPARATED FROM THE
YOUNGER KIDS, MIDDLE SCHOOL, HIGH
SCHOOL, ELEMENTARY. I THINK THEY OUGHT
TO HAVE THEY OWN SCHOOL BUSES.

RUN09 (END SOT)



OQ= Knight doesn't fault the bus


driver. She's sure it's tough keeping
an eye on everyone.

The judge won't make a final
disposition in this case until August.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 12:45:15



INQ= I WOULD HOPE AT LEAST HE WOULD GET


SOME TYPE OF DETENTION, A LOT OF HELP.
COUNSELING, HE NEEDS SOMETHING. >>
KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Judge Philson ordered electronic


monitoring for the boy until she
decides what to do with him.


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Crowder Christiansburg Police arrested a


woman for making and using fake checks.

She was already out on bond from
Roanoke, charged with the same crime.

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Rachel/Microwave DOUBLE BOXES



New River Valley Bureau Chief

Rachel DePompa has the the details.

LIVE=Rachel Full/Microwave LIVE FULL

*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com


*CG live Blacksburg

Keith/Jean, Check fraud is the
most common crime in the New River
Valley.

Departments are backed up with
cases.
TAKE MUGSHOT TAKE MUGSHOT

27 year old Stephanie Lynn
Crowder is the latest to be arrested.

She's charged with four counts of
felony obtaining money by false
pretenses in Christiansburg and another
three counts of the same charge in
Roanoke.

ENG#=3 VO NAT

VO NAT


*CG locator Christiansburg

Christiansburg Police say she was
making fake checks on her computer out
of her Hemlock Drive home.

Police searched the place on
Friday, taking a computer tower,
printer, disks and a brown bag full of

these fake checks.

Investigators say Crowder even
made up a fake business out of Salem
called Coast to Coast Credit Solutions.

They say she cashed up to
7-thousand dollars in checks at the
Blue Ridge Bank in Christiansburg.

LIVE=Rachel FULL/Microwave LIVE FULL

*CG live Blacksburg

Crowder's being held at the
Montgomery County Jail without bond.

She already has an arraignment
hearing in Roanoke for similar charges
on Friday

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & RAchel/Microwave (DOUBLE BOXES)



Keith/Jean Police say she was
out on bond when she allegedly
attempted this money making scheme in
Christiansburg.

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KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot


Can a stadium in West
Virginia shed light on what should be
done with Roanoke's Victory Stadium?

We'll see what lessons can be
applied next on News Seven.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT




JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

Plus treasure hunt or wild
goose chase?

How some local school kids
are putting a reading assignment to
work.

(END VO) END VO


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MINI OPEN


JEAN 2-SHOT JEAN 2-SHOT

A decision on the future of Victory
Stadium could come this Fall, after
Roanoke City Council compares the cost
of renovation with new construction.
KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

Joe Dashiell went to Charleston, West
Virginia

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Jean & DOUBLE BOXES


JoeD/Microwave to see if a facility there might hold
some lessons for Roanoke. Joe, what
did you find?

LIVE=JoeD Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke

Keith and Jean, it was a suggestion
from someone familiar with both

stadiums that lead us to Laidley
Field. It sits just off the West
Virginia Turnpike, in the shadow of the
West Virginia State Capitol. What we
found was a busy facility, about to
receive a major upgrade.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=Jesse and Carolyn




*CG locator Charleston, WV
:00


*CG 2line Jesse Harris
Charleston Resident
:11 quick
*CG file West Virginia State Archives
:23


*CG 2line Lou Ann Lanham
Facilities Manager
1:00
*CG 2line Jack Bogaczyk
Charleston Daily Mail Sports Editor
1:20 quick

RUNS=1:35 (END SOT)



OQ=taken care of over the years and <
used a lot. Laidley Field three times a week to
work out. To them and to many other

residents of Charleston, West Virginia,
it's a special place.

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INQ=I was a long jump JESSE HARRIS/CHARLESTON RESIDENT: I WAS


A LONG JUMP CHAMPION HERE FOR TWO
YEARS, AND A LOT HISTORY GOES DOWN AT
LAIDLEY FIELD, A LOT OF HISTORY.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=a lot of history. That history goes back almost 100


years, when the Laidley family donated
a cow pasture to support physical
education for the children of
Charleston.

It saw one of its largest crowd in the
30s when President Herbert Hoover
visited, and has hosted all-star games,
state championships and other high
profile events since.

But by the late 70s, the stadium had
fallen into disrepair and was
condemned.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=It was just too far gone LOU ANN LANHAM/FACILITIES MANAGER: IT


WAS JUST TOO FAR GONE, THE CONCRETE,
THE BRICK.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=the concrete, the brick. The stadium that Lou Ann Lanham manages


today was built in 1979. It seats
18,600, boasts artificial turf and a

state- of- the- art, eight lane track.
And The University of Charleston is
planning major improvements to support
its fledgling football program.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=We will have over 60 LOU ANN LANHAM: WE WILL HAVE OVER 60


FOOTBALL GAMES IN A YEAR, AND THAT'S
MIDDLE SCHOOL, MIDGET FOOTBALL, HIGH
SCHOOL FOOTBALL, AND COLLEGE FOOTBALL.
WE HAVE BAND FESTIVALS, WE HAVE TRACK
MEETS, MONSTER TRUCK SHOWS, CONCERTS,
SO IT IS WELL-UTILIZED.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=so it's well-utilized. And to Jack Bogaczyk, it provides a


good comparison with the Roanoke
landmark.

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INQ=I always wondered JACK BOGACZYK/CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL


SPORTS EDITOR: I ALWAYS WONDERED WHY
NOBODY TOOK BETTER CARE OF VICTORY
STADIUM.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=better care of Victory Stadium. The former Roanoke Times sportswriter


is now with the Charleston Daily Mail,
so he's seen both facilities up close.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=And I think JACK BOGACZYK: AND I THINK THE KEY


THING HERE IS THAT THIS FACILITY HAS
BEEN TAKEN CARE OF OVER THE YEARS AND

USED A LOT.

RUNS= (END SOT)>>



OQ=over the years and used a lot.





LIVE=JoeD Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG live Roanoke

Jack Bogaczyk believes Roanoke should
replace Victory Stadium with a new
facility built for the city's current
need. And Lou Ann Lanham, the
facilities manager for Laidley Field,
says she would recommend a smaller
stadium for Charleston if the community
were to build again.

DOUBLE BOXES



Keith and Jean, we'll hear more from
them tonight on News 7 at 11� along
with other suggestions that Roanoke
should consider whether Victory Stadium
is ultimately renovated or replaced.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Jean & JOeD/Micro


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Stephanie Bennett It could just take one person who


knows something.... anything to help
police find the killer of a Roanoke
College graduate.



ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT It's been three years since 23


year old Stephanie Bennett was found
strangled to death- raped and murdered
in her Raleigh apartment.

Police have received dozens of
calls since opening a tipline in the
case Saturday-

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=SOMEBODY




*CG 2line Mollie Hodges
Stephanie Bennett's Mother 1:53:09

MOLLIE HODGES: SOMEBODY KNOWS WHAT
HAPPENED WHY THEY DID WHO DID THE RIGHT
PERSON JUST HAS TO SPEAK UP.

BUTT TO

01:53:22

IT'S HARD IT DOESN'T GET ANY EASIER
I'LL TELL YOU.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=I'LL TELL YOU. Police also released a


description of a man who may have been
in the area.

He is white about six feet tall
with light brown or blond hair- who
sometimes walked a dog. Police say he
often wore a dark sweatshirt even on

hot days.

Stephanie' grew up in Franklin
County. She says her daughter was
scared two weeks before her murder
after she heard about a peeping Tom at
the apartment complex.
WIPE TO Aprisa tipline aprisa tipline

If you have any information call
Raleigh police at 919 890-3951

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Blacksburg Police will NOT charge


a mother who ran over her child while
backing out of a garage.

Police say the case is closed and
the incident was an accident.

In April, 35 year old Deborah
Norman ran over her one-year old son at
her home on Grissom Lane.

Police say the child is expected
to fully recover.
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JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

Wall Street continued its rally
into a new week.
KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot
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KEITH 2-SHOT

A Roanoke high school displayed a
"for sale" sign today.
JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM


GRAPHIC=None But it was just a spoof.



ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The sign on top of Roanoke
Catholic was one of several pranks
students engineered on Senior Day.

They put a swing set on a
roof...and stacked rubber tires over a
light post.

The teachers are STILL trying to
figure out how they pulled off that
stunt.

(END VO) (END VO)


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up tonight on News 7
ENG#=APRISA sports - the Robertson reacts to


another successful weekend.

NC State's Reynolds Coliseum is
damagfed by fire,

VO-NAT VO-NAT



and we'll head out to the Moyer
Complex in Salem - where Lynn
University won the national softball
title this afternoon in smashing

fashion.

(END VO) END VO



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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NCAA DIVISION TWO This afternoon at the Moyer


Complex in Salem - the Division two
national softball championship ended
its five day run by producing an
undefeated National Champ.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem
Lynn vs. Kennesaw State It was a beautiful day at the :00 Moyer where not even the temporary
fencing in the outfield could stop the
free swingers from Boca Raton against
Kennesaw State.

Clinging to a 2-to-1 lead in the
top of the sixth inning, Lynn put the

game away with back to back homer. The
first blast cleared the camera platform
in center. It was first baseman
Christina Rolla's 25th homerun of the
season - the second highest total in
division two history.

That made it 3-to-1, but before
the dust settled - Tiffani King - the
very next batter showed her stuff with
a shot to right field. That solo blast
turned out to be the game winner as it
made the score 4-to-1 and gave Lynn
University 88 homers for the season.

But Lynn also got great pitching
- and ace Aimee Murch took care of
business with her 39th win of the
season. She was 4-and-0 in the
tournament and today she struck out 11
batters. *CG final Lynn
5 For the tourney she pitched four Kennesaw State complete games, struck out 47 batters 3 and earned most valuable player honors. NCAA D-2 Championship Florida's Lynn University wins the
title 5-to-3 over Georgia's Kennesaw
State.

(END VO) (END VO)


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=SCOTT ROBERTSON The Scott Robertson wrapped up it's


22nd year with another impressive
showing at Roanoke Country Club.

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*CG locator Roanoke (:25)
2005 Scott Robertson The tournament always one of the
best in the country for junior golf
produced 2 very deserving champions in
the 15-18 age group.

Kimberly Donovan won the girls
division by 4 strokes in by shooting 71
in the final round.

On the boys side Phillip Francis
took home the title, as he tied the
tournament record set a year ago by
finished at 12 under par.

Off the course the Robertson has
made a change in that this year it will
benefit the First Tee Program.

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*CG 2line John Clarke
Scott Robertson Tournament Chairman
:01




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OQ=in the Roanoke Valley.


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=acc One of the Meccas of ACC


basketball was damaged by fire after an
explosion occurred this morning at
Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh.

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*CG locator Raleigh, NC
:00 About 50 people were evacuated
from the coliseum after a transformer
on the east side of the building
exploded and began shooting out sparks.
The fire burned in the basement for
more than an hour before firefighters
brought it under control. N.C. State
won two national championships while
playing in the coliseum, and the
women's basketball team still plays
there. The building, which was built in
1949, also houses offices for
gymnastics, volleyball and women's
golf.


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*CG wakeup Susan Jorgensen
Vinton

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JEAN 2-SHOT JEAN 2-SHOT *CG breaknow ROANOKE CO. FIRE

An Update now to an earlier
story.
KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

That house fire in Roanoke County
is still burning right now.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The wood-frame house in the
68-hundred block of Hofawger Road is a
total loss.

Crews from Roanoke County and
Boones Mill have been pouring water on
it for about an hour.

Neighbors say the house was

occupied. But officials believe no one
was inside at the time.

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KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

Some Roanoke elementary school
students are turning in their papers
and pens - for a chance at some creepy,
crawly bugs.
JEAN 2-SHOT JEAN 2-SHOT

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VO-NAT These kids from Huff Lane


MicroVillage have been reading, "A
Treasure's Trove."

The author of the book has placed
12-gold tokens in 12 separate locations
throughout the United States.
*CG locator Patrick Co. Today, the kids and their
teachers went to Fairy Stone State Park
to see if the clues they've found in
the book would pay off.

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*CG 2line Patty Martin
Teacher @3:35.15

PATTY MARTIN, TEACHER: WE INVESTIGATED

THE LEGEND- THE STORY OF A TREASURE'S
TROVE AND THE LEGEND OF FAIRY STONE ARE
SIMILAR. THAT'S WHAT BROUGHT US IN
THIS DIRECTION.

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OQ=.. in this direction.





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The kids didn't find any tokens
today, but if they had -they would have
been able to redeem them for a
bug-shaped jewel worth thousands of
dollars.
TAKE APRISA TAKE APRISA

If you'd like more information on
the treasure hunt, you can go to our
web site at WDBJ7 dot com and click on
web sites in the news. (END VO) (END VO)