07/05/05

11 p.m.


SHANNON ON CAM Keith ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up on News Seven:



ENG#=1 A look at Tropical Storm Cindy


tonight and a prediction of what she
may mean to us by Thursday.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



A low-tech soft landing can mean
some high-cost hard knocks.

Surveillance video of burglars
inside a local jewelry store could help
locate them.
SHANNON ON CAM Keith ON CAM

News Seven at Eleven is next.


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*CG 4064
News 7 at 11 Banner


*CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed
rreed@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
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VO-NAT VO-NAT



Tropical Storm Cindy wraps
70-mile an hour winds and heavy rain
around the north-central Gulf Coast.

Another tropical storm is parked
behind it in the Caribbean.

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KEITH ON CAM Keith ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News 7 @ 11 Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.



Shannon is off tonight.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=TS Cindy Residents along the Coast of


Lousiana are preparing for the worst.

This is a storm that could bring
its tropical conditions

through Virginia by the end of the
week.

Drew Levinson checks in from New
Orleans.

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INQ=




*CG reporter Drew Levinson
:45


*CG 2line Tab Troxler
St. Charles Parish Emerg. Prep.
:56 QUICK!!!



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OQ=Levinson, News Seven. < (END SOT) RESIDENTS ARE NOT SECOND-GUESSING


CINDY.




(MOS)

"We're trying to pick everything that
can just fly away, and with the

high waters it'll just float away if we
don't pick it up."



AS THE TROPICAL STORM BORE DOWN ON
COASTAL COMMUNITIES IN THE GULF,

FAMILIES QUICKLY SECURED THEIR
BELONGINGS ... FISHERMEN TIED UP THEIR

BOATS ... AND WORKERS EVACUATED
OFF-SHORE OIL RIGS.



(NAT)



ON THE TINY BARRIER ISLAND OF GRAND
ISLE -- WHERE THERE'S ONLY ONE

ESCAPE ROUTE -- THE MAYOR ISSUED A
MANDATORY EVACUATION OF ALL

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES. HE SAYS THE
STORM COULDN'T HAVE COME AT A WORSE

TIME.



(SOT: MAYOR)



"It's tourist season and we didn't need
this right now because my

business people have to make money to
survive in the winter."




(STANDUP BRIDGE)

EVEN THOUGH CINDY IS NOT EXPECTED TO
REACH HURRICANE STATUS, OFFICIALS

SAY STORMS LIKE THIS ONE STILL POSE A
THREAT TO LOUISIANA ... BECAUSE

PARTS OF THE STATE ARE SINKING ...
INCREASING THE LIKELIHOOD OF

FLOODING.



(SOT: TAB TROXLER/ST. CHARLES EMERGENCY


PREPAREDNESS)

"There are storms today that would
require evacuation that I could tell

you 15 years ago may not have required
it."



CINDY COULD DUMP AS MUCH AS 10 INCHES
OF RAIN IN SOME AREAS. STILL,

MANY GULF RESIDENTS WHO RODE OUT LAST
YEAR'S STRING OF STORMS ... SAY

THEY AREN'T AFRAID OF THIS ONE.



BUT AN EVEN GREATER THREAT IS ON THE
WAY. RIGHT BEHIND CINDY IS A

POTENTIALLY STRONGER STORM NAMED
DENNIS. IF IT STAYS ON THE PROJECTED

PATH, DENNIS COULD HEAD INTO THE GULF
BY THIS WEEKEND ... AND CAUSE

EVEN MORE HAVOC IN THE SOGGY SOUTHEAST.


DREW LEVINSON, News7, NEW ORLEANS.>>
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Keith Tosses to Robin

It could be the "soggy" mid-Atlantic" by the end of the week.

Here's Robin Reed in the SkyTracker 7 Forecast Center.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Accident An accident this evening in Roanoke


sent one person to the hospital.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

It happened around 6:30 below Towers
Mall.

Police say the driver of a car was
waiting to turn on Brandon, when a

pickup truck hit her car.

The driver of the pickup was taken to
the hospital with unknown injuries.

Police have charged the driver of the
car with failure to yield.

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*CG locator Pulaski Co.

State police believe it was a
tire blow out that caused a motorcycle
accident in Pulaski County.

It happened around two o'clock
near the Draper exit on Interstate-81.

Troopers say 63-year-old Jerry
Ball and his wife, Brenda, both
suffered head injuries when they were
thrown from Harley.

Jerry is listed in critical
condition at Roanoke Memorial.

Brenda is in good condition at
New River Valley Medical Center.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Accidents of a different kind should


be a concern for parents.

We're talking about inflatable rides
which are popular at carnivals, company
picnics, and birthday parties.

Inflatable Ride Safety in Monitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Justin/Newsroom Justin McLeod is here now with


important facts for parents. Justin
what did you find out?

Keith, it's hard to say how dangerous
they are in Virginia.

LIVE=Justin Full/Newsroom LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com The state doesn't keep track but
nationally the number of injuries
involving these rides has skyrocketed.

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INQ=


*CG locator Salem
:00


*CG 2line Bonny Wright
Parent
:08 (QUICK)
*CG 2line Mike Ashley
Parent

:19
*CG 2line Andy Deggeller
Salem Fair Operations Manager
:58

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OQ=i believe that's excellent <<((NAT SOUND OF WOMAN SAYING AT 4:23


"YOU CAN GO))

Kids are lining up at the Salem Fair
to bounce around in these inflatable
rides.

They've become quite popular.

SOT FULL 19:44 SOT FULL



INQ=We go to a lot BONNY WRIGHT/ PARENT: WE GO TO A LOT


OF BIRTHDAY PARTIES AND WHERE PEOPLE
RENT THEM SO THEY REALLY ENJOY THEM.

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OQ=enjoy them especially younger kids.



For parents, these inflatable rides
seem harmless.

SOT FULL 24:09 SOT FULL



INQ=I don't worry MIKE ASHLEY/PARENT: I DON'T WORRY


ABOUT IT. BASICALLY ALL THE KIDS DO IS
JUMP AROUND. THEY'RE PRETTY SOFT.
NOTHING HARD. THERE'S NOTHING REALLY
TO FALL ON OR GET HURT ON.

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OQ=get hard on But the numbers say different.



In 1997, 13-hundred people were
injured on inflatable rides


In 2003, those numbers more than
tripled to 43-hundred.

And at least two deaths have happened
in the past year.

So are these rides dangerous?

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INQ=I believe they ANDY DEGGELLER/SALEM FAIR: I BELIEVE


THEY ARE THE SAFEST RIDES OUT HERE.

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OQ=rides out here The Salem Fair does a lot to keep it


that way.

Inflatable rides are bolted into the
concrete to prevent them from blowing
away.

If power is lost, the ride does not
deflate immediately.

The number of kids allowed on the
ride is also limited.

SOT FULL 11:20 SOT FULL



INQ=Obviously you are ANDY DEGGELLER/OPERATIONS MANAGER:


OBVIOUSLY YOU ARE NOT HARNESSED OR
STRAPPED DOWN ONCE YOU ENTER THE
INFLATE SO ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN SKIN,
KNEES, STUFF LIKE THAT.

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OQ= The state of Virginia currently does


not regulate inflatable rides.

That is about to change and some
operators say that's ok.


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INQ=We have nothing ANDY DEGGELLER/SALEM FAIR: WE HAVE


NOTHING TO HIDE. IF IT MAKES THE
PUBLIC FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE THEN I
BELIEVE THAT'S EXCELLENT.

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OQ=that's excellent





LIVE=Justin Full/NEwsroom LIVE FULL



The state says the popularity of
inflatable rides and no specific
incident is prompting these new
regulations.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Justin/Newsroom DOUBLE BOXES



Keith, they're currently being
written up and should in place by the
first of the year.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Members of Roanoke City Council have


approved the purchase of land for a new
fire station on Melrose Avenue, but not
without complaints about the plan to
close some others.


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INQ=After 9/11




*CG 2line Helen Davis
Northwest Roanoke Resident HELEN DAVIS/NORTHWEST ROANOKE RESIDENT:
AFTER 9/11 THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY, I
DON'T THINK YOU'LL FIND MANY CITIES
CLOSING FIRE STATIONS.AND IT SEEMS LIKE
IT'S ALWAYS RESIDENTS IN NORTHWEST THAT
ARE GETTING HIT.

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OQ=that are getting hit.





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke :12

Helen Davis questioned the plan to
consolidate two fire stations in
Northwest Roanoke.

But Fire Chief Jim Grigsby told city
council that new stations in new
locations are critical to the city's
response.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=We can't even house




*CG 2line Jim Grigsby
Roanoke Fire Chief JIM GRIGSBY/ROANOKE FIRE CHIEF: WE
CAN'T EVEN HOUSE A MODERN FIRE PUMPER

OR LADDER TRUCK IN A COUPLE OF THESE
STATIONS WE HAVE. WE CAN'T GET THEM IN.
THEY'RE BUILT TOO LOW, BUILT TOO SMALL.

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OQ=built too small.




KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Council agreed to purchase the


property for 332-thousand dollars, but
officials say it may be several years
before the new Melrose facility is
completed.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Police hope someone recognizes an


Independence Day robber.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
Surveillance Video Surveillance video shows the man
walking through the Fink's jewelry
store on Valley View Boulevard in
Roanoke yesterday before he ran out
with undisclosed items.

Roanoke police say a reward may
be offered in the case.


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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A woman is being held without bond


tonight for two robberies in the
Roanoke Valley.

The FBI took thirty-three year old
Miste (Misty) Dawn Montgomery into
custody earlier today at a residence in
Vinton.

ENG=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem

Authorities say she pulled up
to the drive through window at the
WalGreens pharmacy in Salem demanding
money around ten oclock this morning.

Police say she displayed something
wrapped in her hand- but she did not
get any cash.
*CG locator Roanoke

About a half an hour later- the First
Citizens Bank on Valley View Boulevard
was robbed- no one was hurt, but this
time the woman got away with money-
exactly how much, police won't say.


KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE She has been charged with armed


robbery and use of a firearm in
commission of a felony.


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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Martinsville police are turning up the


heat on folks who turn up the volume.

Recent complaints from residents have
prompted police to step up enforcement
of noise ordinances this summer,
especially at night.

Officials say they'll focus primarily
on citing drivers who play their
stereos at excessive volumes.

They also hope to crack down on
speeding and traffic signal violations.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

Are a series of sexual
assaults in Blacksburg connected.

More on that and a sketch of
the suspect when News Seven returns.


ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus the man accused of


kidnapping a little brother and sister
is in court.

The latest on the
investigation next.

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INQ= << Hey Everybody Grant Kittelson back


in the News 7 sports office. We'll
head to Calfee park this evening where
you could get a quality cooling off
from the mascot and the Blue Jays were
gunning for a rare home victory.
Virginia Tech dismissed a football
player from the team. and Shayne
Graham talks about making a name for
himself in a good way. all that and
more coming up in sports.>>

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OQ=coming up in sports



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NO MINI TONIGHT


KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Court papers indicate an girl who


had been missing since May has told
authorities that she and her brother
were repeatedly molested.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Coeur d'Alene, ID

Joseph Edward Duncan the third is
being held without bond.

Eight year old Shasta Groene has
told authorities that she and her nine
year old brother Dylan were repeatedly
molested by Duncan.

The children's father has been
re-united with Shasta after seven weeks
of worry, but police fear the worst for
Dylan.

Human remains have been uncovered
and sent in for identification.


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INQ=We had a




*CG 2line Capt. Ben Wolfinger
Kootenai Co. Sheriff's Dept. @ :40-:47

BEN. WOLFINGER/KOOTENAI COUNTY
SHERIFF'S CAPTAIN; WE HAD A LOT OF
DIFFERENT SOURCES, PHYSICAL EVIDENCE
THAT GAVE US SEVERAL LOCATIONS IN
WESTERN MONTANA.

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OQ=in western Montana.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Duncan was arrested Saturday with
the eight year old girl after they were
spotted by employees and customers at a
Denny's restaurant.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Blacksburg Police are looking for


a connection between the two recent
attacks on women and a rash of sexual
assaults that happened last year.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Blacksburg (:27)

Early Saturday morning a 20 year
old Virginia Tech student was attacked
in her Terrace View Apartment.

The woman was able to fend off
the attacker, just like another victim
did two weeks ago.

She was attacked in a stairwell.

Police are now considering
whether these crimes are related to
four sexual assaults from *last* July
in the same area of town.

In those cases, a man would enter
through an unlocked door and fondle
women as they slept.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=One of the things




*CG 2line Lt. Bruce Bradbery
Blacksburg Police BRUCE BRADBERY: 33:08:00 ONE OF THE
THINGS THIS CASE THIS WEEKEND HAS IN
COMMON WITH LAST YEAR'S CASES IS.. AN
UNLOCKED DOOR. THERE'S AN UNLOCKED DOOR
AND THAT'S UNACCEPTABLE. :17 PEOPLE ARE
GETTING INTO APARTMENTS THAT THEY
SHOULD BE GETTING INTO :19

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OQ=should be getting into.






VO-NAT VO-NAT



This is a composite sketch of the
suspect from the most recent attack.

If you have any information call
Blacksburg Police.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Indictment A Franklin County inmate who escaped in


April was indicted today.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Franklin Co.
June 1 A grand jury indicted William Clyde
Karampour on seven charges, including
escape, felony larceny and grand
larceny.

Authorities say Karampour escaped from
the Franklin County jail April 23rd.

U-S Marshals in Roanoke arrested him
about a month later at the Jefferson
Motor Lodge.

Karampour's attorney has requested his
client undergo a psychological
evaluation.


Federal charges are still pending.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Charges are pending in two boating


accidents over the holiday weekend at
Smith Mountain Lake.

A 12-year-old North Carolina girl was
airlifted to Lynchburg General Hospital
last night, when officers say she flew
off a water tube and was hit by another
boat.

Authorities are NOT releasing the
girl's name or condition, but charges
are pending.

Four people were also taken to the
hospital Saturday afternoon, when their
boat struck a bank.

Authorities say the driver will be
charged with speeding.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

What does Tropical Storm
Cindy have in store for Virginia?

Meteorologist Robin Reed

has the answer when News Seven returns.

ENG#=Aprisa VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus how local research is


getting the lead out... with the help
of plants.

(END VO) (END VO)

COMMERCIAL

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Natalee Holloway Aruba's attorney general is thinking


about appealing yesterday's release of
two brothers held in the disappearance
of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Oranjasted, Aruba

Prosecutors have until Thursday to
appeal the judge's ruling that there
wasn't enough evidence to hold the two
men.

The release prompted blistering
criticism from Natalee's mother today.

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INQ=The criminals




*CG 2line Beth Holloway Twitty
Natalee's Mother @ :31-:39

BETH HOLLOWAY TWITTY/NATALEE'S MOTHER;
THE CRIMINALS WILL NOT ONLY BE ALLOWED
TO WALK FREELY AMONG THE TOURISTS AND
CITIZENS OF ARUBA...BUT THERE ARE NO
LIMITS TO WHERE THEY MAY GO.

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OQ=they may go.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



An Aruban defense lawyer who's not
connected to the case says the Kalpoe
brothers aren't off the hook.

He says it won't be over for them
until there's either a formal
indictment or they get a note from the
prosecutor saying that the case has
been dropped- and it could be several
weeks before either of those things
happens.

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GRANT ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Coming up the Pulaski Blue Jays look


for a rare win at home. Virginia Tech
dismisses a football player, and Shayne
Graham talks about giving back to his
Cinncy community. But first your extra
point.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT




VO-NAT The Seattle SuperSonics have kept


their super star in the fold. Ray
Allen has agreed to a new contract with
the Sonics, this according to his
agent. The deal is reportedly worth 80
million dollars over 5 years, with an
additional 5 million possible with
performance bonuses. Allen is a free
agent and could have signed elsewhere.

(GO TO BOARDS) (GO TO BOARDS) <<<
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Salem
2
j
Wilmington
3




j
Frederick
12


Lynchburg
2


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Danville
7


Greeneville
4
10




Bristol
0
j
Pulaski
4


*CG mlbal


Baltimore
3
j
New York
12


Johnson: 8 strikeouts
j
Detroit
3


Cleveland
2



*CG mlbnl >>>


New York
2
j
Washington
3


Nationals 7th win in last 8 games


Chicago
1


Atlanta
5
7

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GRANT ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News 7 Sports The Pulaski Blue Jays started the


day at the 5-hundred mark and 2 games

back in the Appy league Eastern
Division. If the Blue Jays could play
just 5-hundred ball at home they would
be in first place.

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*CG locator Pulaski
Calfee Park Pulaski hosting Bristol this evening
trying to get a win on the home field
with and enthusiatic crowd on hand.

The Blue Jays get on the board first
with a line drive to left field from
Short-Stop Chris Gutierrez driving in
Catcher Jonathan Jaspe for the run and
they would score once more in the
inning to go up 2-0.

The Sox would try to get back into
the game as Reymundo Tavares would line
one to center but Octavio Cordero would
make the nice catch to ending the
inning and keep Bristol off the
scoreboard.

Pulaski adding to the lead, they
would put two more runs on the board in
the *CG final Bristol 5th. Jaspe singles to right field and 0 Jacob Butler comes on home to score and Pulaski the Blue Jays win this one 4 to nothing
4 over Bristol.

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*CG locator Washington DC
MSG Action from the Majors this evening
the Washington Nationals bounced back
from a loss on July 4th to beat the New
York Mets this evening. Esteban Loaiza
pitched 8 strong innings allowing only
1 run to the Mets in outdueling Pedro
Martinez..

And the Nats got their second
baseman Jose Vidro back this evening.
He was activated from the Disabled list
and drove in a run.

*CG final New York Washington would allow 2 runs in the 2 9th and hold on to get the win over New Washington York by a final score of 3 to 2.
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GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech D.J Walton was given a second chance


by Frank Beamer to return to the
Virginia Tech Football Program. Walton
will not be getting a third chance.
The Hokies have dismissed the Red-shirt
Senior from the team after he was
arrested on Saturday Night. Walton was
charged with 4 counts of robbery, four
counts of abduction, and four counts of
possession of a firearm in a felony.
Walton played in 2 games last season
for the Hokies and was expected to be a
back-up for the Tech Program at the
rover position this season.

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VO-NAT To basketball where James Thomas who


played most of last season with the
Roanoke Dazzle was released by the
Atlanta Hawks today. Thomas only
played in 2 games for the Hawks after
being signed in April. But he was a
monster for the Dazzle, playing in 36
games and averaging double figures in
points and double figures in rebounds
including a season high of 23 boards in
1 game.

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GRAPHIC=None The 4th stage of the tour de france


was a team time trial, and as expected
Lance Armstrong's Team Discovery
Channel was dominant.

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*CG locator Blois, France (:27)
OLN Armstrong's squad set a tour record
for average speed and won the event by
2 seconds over Team C-S-C. The win
gives Armstrong the yellow jersey for
the 66th time in his Tour Career.
Armstrong is the overall leader by 55
seconds over his teammate George
Hincapie.

The leader heading into the time
trial was American David Zabrisque, but
he had is problems, wrecking a mile
from the end. He did get up to finish
and is now in 9th place a minute and 26
seconds behind Armstrong.

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GRAPHIC=ROY STANLEY The Roy Stanley Memorial


Celebrity Golf Tournament and Auction
was held last month to benefit a
scholarship fund for local High School
students that are interested in going
into the Media Business.

Mike Stevens tells us how the
Golf tournament was just one part of
generating a giving celebrity from this
area.

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*CG locator Salem
2004 Roy Stanley Memorial
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*CG locator Cincinnati, OH
Last Month
:16

*CG 2line Shayne Graham
Cincinnati Bengals Kicker
:44
*CG reporter Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
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OQ=...NEWS 7 SPORTS << Since the Roy Stanley memorial
(END SOT) golf events began in 2002 - Shayne


Graham has been one of the scholarship
foundation's biggest supporters.

And now Shayne has become part of
his own charitable efforts in
Cincinnati.

The Bengals third year kicker has
accepted the torch from former
Cincinnati kicker to carry on the Kicks
for Kids program.

Kicks for Kids was founded in
1995 to provide Cincinnati area at-rick
children with opportunities to pursue
their dreams. Graham's golf event this
year raised over 200 thousand dollars.

BITE OF SHAYNE

In addition to that charity
Shayne has founded "good for three" an
endeavor with the Cincinnati food bank.
In which he donates $300 for every
field goal he kicks. Last year his

foot helped feed 7000 kids.

BITE OF SHAYNE

Graham already has been a big
help to the Bengals on the field - his
122 points last season was a franchise
single season record. Shayne reports
to training camp on July 28th. Mike
Stevens News 7 sports.>>


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GRAPHIC=None Those sunflowers you plant in your


backyard aren't just pretty to look at
... they may also be protecting your
family from the dangers of lead
poisoning.

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*CG locator Lynchburg


Researchers at Randolph Macon
Woman's College are spending the summer
studying certain plants that extract
lead particles from the ground they
grow in.

They're known as
hyper-accumulators ... and they include
plants such as corn, mustard and
sunflowers.

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RMWC Chemistry Professor 16:57:13 BILL BARE/RMWC CHEMISTRY
PROFESSOR: USING THE PLANTS TO EXTRACT
THE LEAD FROM THE SOIL CONCENTRATES
THEM, AND INSTEAD OF HAVING TO DISPOSE
OF SEVERAL THOUSAND POUNDS OF
CONTAMINATED SOIL, YOU JUST DISPOSE OF
MAYBE A HUNDRED POUNDS OF CONTAMINATED
PLANT MATERIAL.

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Bare and his colleagues are
experimenting with different plants to
see which are more effective and under
what conditions.


They hope to apply their findings
when they move from the greenhouse to
Lynchburg-area backyards next summer.

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*CG locator Blacksburg

Virginia Tech researchers are
hoping to make the food supply safer by
using water pressure to kill viruses,
bacteria and parasites in food.

This machine puts up to 87-thousand
pounds of pressure on foods to rid them
off harmful organisms. But the process
doesn't change the taste or look of
foods.

Some food producers are already
using the technology on deli meats and
seafood.

Tech Researchers hope high pressure
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