7/26/05

News-7 at 6:00
KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

A buyout wins F-T-C approval,
meaning a local manufacturing firm will
close.

ENG#=1 VO NAT


VO NAT


JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

The temperatures up and power's down
for thousands. where you can find
relief-

Plus what went wrong at the boy
scout jamboree. Four people are dead-

News 7's Jennifer Wishon will have a
report.

(END VO) END VO


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

Tonight on News 7 sports - the
ACC football outing at the Homestead
wraps up with news of new bowls for the
league.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And Bryan Randall talks about no


longer being on scholarship and living
day to day in the NFL .

(END VO) END VO


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ROBIN ON CAM ROBIN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Wednesday will bring day 3 of the heat


wave and likely the last. Up next, a
cooling rain. Details ahead.
4-Shot 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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ENG#=3





VO-NAT VO-NAT

JEAN on VO

JEAN on VO

The buy-out is approved. It's a
done deal.
KEITH on VO KEITH on VO

Now the new owners say they plan
to close the plant.

(END VO) END VO




ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot 2-Shot



Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry

ANCHOR=Jean 2-Shot 2-Shot



And I'm Jean Jadhon
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JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

GRAPHIC=None Johnson and Johnson had announced


last month it would sell its Spectacle
Lens group this summer.
KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

Today Essilor - -a multi-national
firm based in France- -said "au revoir,
Roanoke."

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

For now, they're still making
Definity lenses in Roanoke.

But not for long.

Early next year Essilor intends
to phase out production here, taking
what's left of Johnson & Johnson's
technology and equipment elsewhere.

Essilor says it has offered
positions to a "group" of J-and-J
employees- -including manufacturing

workers, sales and marketing personnel.

The company says it doesn't know
yet how many people will move.

Johnson and Johnson had employed
between 165 and 200 people in Roanoke.

(END VO) (END VO)


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Severe Weather Inside was the place to be today - if


you had fans or air conditioning.

But that was of no help to people
waiting for the power to come back on.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
Last Night The fast-moving storm that rolled
through last night knocked out power to
more than 14-thousand Appalachian
Customers in our region.

Now almost 24 hours later, some are
still waiting for service to be
restored.

(END VO) (END VO)


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Heat Wave And when it's this hot and humid, that


can be a long, uncomfortable, and
possibly dangerous wait.


ROANOKE DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & DOUBLE BOXES


Susan/Microwave Susan Bahorich is at Lucy Addison
Magnet School, which became a
"cool-off" center of sorts.

LIVE=Susan Full/Microwave LIVE FULL

*CG standup Susan Bahorich
sbahorich@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke

Jean,

The American Red Cross had two
places where people could come in and
get out of the heat, but only about
15-people showed up all day.

At noon today, one-thousand
Appalachian Power customers were
without power, now, six-hour later
xx-customers are still without service.



ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Time is money...


*CG locator Roanoke

:00


*CG 2line Gary Alldredge
Downtown Athletics Screenprint Shop
:08
*CG 2line Todd Burns
Appalachian Power
:43
*CG 2line Amy Whittaker
American Red Cross
1:15

RUNS=1:27 (END SOT)



OQ=...LITTLE DIFFERENT FOR US. <<



(END SOT) Time is money and if these presses


aren't running, orders aren't being
met..



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @12:01:21.17



GARY ALLDREDGE, DOWNTOWN ATHLETICS
SCREENPRINT SHOP: WE'RE PROBABLY
MISSING ABOUT 20-DELIVERIES TODAY
BECAUSE OF THE DOWNTIME AND IT TAKES-
WHEN WE GET BACKED UP LIKE THAT, THEN
WE HAVE 40-ORDERS TO GET OUT TOMORROW.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=



The Downtown Athletics Screenprint Shop
makes jerseys, shirts and shorts for

teams throughout the Commonwealth. The
summer is its busiest time, but the
overnight outage brought business, air
conditioning and fans to a halt.



These folks are just some of the
one-thousand Roanoke area customers
without power on Tuesday.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @11:41:24.11



TODD BURNS, APPALACHIAN POWER: WE'VE
HAD A LOT OF DAMAGE IN THOSE SMALL
CASES- CASES WHERE THREE OR MORE WIRES
ARE DOWN, THOSE TYPES OF THINGS. IT
WAS A PRETTY SEVERE STORM THAT BLEW
THROUGH HERE.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=



Crews have been working since Monday
night to restore electricity, but with
so many small outages, it's been slow
going. Contractors have been called in
to help.



nats-setting up, lucy addison



No power left a lot of people to battle
the heat on their own, so the American

Red Cross set up two hydration centers
to help people as temperatures rose
well into the 90's.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @11:53:22.24



AMY WHITTAKER, AMERICAN RED CROSS: THIS
IS THE FIRST TIME IN RECENT MEMORY
WE'VE SET UP A HYDRATION SHELTER LIKE
THIS. NORMALLY, WE HAVE SHELTERS SET
UP BECAUSE OF FIRES OR FLOODING, BUT
THIS IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT
FOR US.

RUNS= (END SOT)>>



OQ=.. DIFFERENT FOR US.





LIVE=Susan Full/Microwave LIVE FULL

*CG live Roanoke

ad-lib...







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



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TOSS ACROSS SHOT TOSS ACROSS SHOT

Jean: Is there any relief on the
way from this hot weather.

Keith: Toss to Robin on toss
across.
ROBIN ON CAM ROBIN ON CAM



WEATHER CENTER

POSITION #1




WXPRO/FULL WEATHER MAP




Skytracker Boxes Toss in Boxes to Keith-Jean

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The capital murder case against


Maverick Thomas is now in the hands of
a Roanoke jury.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Martinsville
October 2004 Thomas is the Martinsville man

accused of hiring Billy Ray Manns to
kill his wife.

Lisa Thomas was shot to death in
September 2000 in the clothing store
the couple operated.

The trial was moved to Roanoke, and
today the prosecutor told jurors, that
Thomas's actions "do not add up to
innocent."

But Thomas's attorney questioned
the credibility of the young hit man,
saying "if you can't believe Billy Ray
Manns, then you can't convict Maverick
Thomas."

(END VO) (END VO)


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Montgomery County authorities are


making good on a promise to prosecute
the people who helped a longtime
fugitive.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Christiansburg
July 15th 32 year old Michael Wayne Hughes
was arrested two weeks ago, after more

than nine months on run from robbery
charges.

Since his arrest, the Sheriff's
Office has charged Hughes' mother,
three sisters and girlfriend with
obstructing the service of the legal
process.

(END VO) (END VO)



The charge is a misdemeanor and
all five women are out on bond.

Investigators say the arrests
only scratch the surface and many more
people will be charged for helping
Hughes evade the law for so long.


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JEANON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Legal Scales A Blacksburg man will spend five years


in prison for accidentally wounding
three people after a frat party fight
in Radford.
TAKE APRISA TAKE PICTURE OF MCPHERSON

24 year old Kerry McPherson Junior pled
guilty to three counts of unlawful
wounding and three counts of using a
firearm.

The shooting happened last October.

Prosecutors say someone hit McPherson's
arm, causing the gun to discharge.
ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=**NONE** A single bullet hit all three victims,


causing minor injuries.



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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Jamboree Boy Scout leaders call it the


worst tragedy to ever hit a National
Jamboree.

Four scout leaders were killed
and three others injured at the event
yesterday at Fort A-P Hill.

RICHMOND DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & DOUBLE BOXES


Jennifer/Microwave Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon was there again today and is
here to tell us that the public was
asked to stay out today.

LIVE=Jennifer Full/Microwave LIVE FULL

*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com


*CG live Richmond


Keith, In light of yesterday's
accident and the extreme heat, the U-S
Army, which provides support for the
event, closed the fort to the public to
give soldiers a chance to review safety
procedures.

It also gave scouts privacy to
grieve.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG locator Fort A.P. Hill
Yesterday
:00
*CG 2line Gregg Shields
Boy Scouts Spokesman
:18
*CG 2line Maj. Vince Mitchell
U-S Army Spokesman
1:04



RUNS=1:16 (END SOT)



OQ=YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE THE FUTURE OF <
THIS GREAT NATION OF OURS. opening day of the 2005 Jamboree got
off to a good start.

35- thousand Boy Scouts and
leaders filed into Fort A-P Hill to
begin a ten day tradition.

But late in the afternoon a troop

out of Anchorage, Alaska ran into
problems...

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=What we know is that 2:15:49 GREGG SHIELDS/BSA SPOKESMAN:


WHAT WE KNOW IS THAT IT INVOLVED A BIG
TENT BEING PUT UP THAT WAS TO BE USED
FOR A DINING AREA.

RUNS09 (END SOT)



OQ=for a dining area. While leaders assembled the tent


officials say there was an electrical
accident.

Four leaders were killed, a fifth
was injured along with two contract
workers.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Our heart go out to 2:02:51GREGG SHIELDS/BSA SPOKESMAN: OUR


HEARTS GO OUT TO THE FAMILIES OF THESE
DEDICATED SCOUT LEADERS WHO GAVE SO
MUCH TO THEIR SONS, THEIR TROOPS AND
THEIR COMMUNITIES.

RUNS08 (END SOT)



OQ=and their communities The sons of two of the men killed


were near their fathers at the time of
the accident.

Officials say they've returned
home to Alaska.

Reports indicate one of the tent
poles hit a powerline overhead - but
officials say they won't know for sure

until an investigation is completed.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=These individuals dedicated 2:07:58 MAJ. VINCE MITCHELL/JOINT TASK


FORCE SPOKESMAN: THESE INDIVIDUALS
DEDICATED THEMSELVES TO MAKING A
DIFFERENCE IN YOUNG PEOPLE'S LIVES.
YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE THE FUTURE OF THIS
GREAT NATION OF OURS.

RUNS10 (END SOT)>>



OQ=of this great nation of ours.





LIVE=Jennifer Full LIVE FULL

*CG live Richmond

Members of the media weren't
allowed to talk to any scouts today,
but a memorial for those killed will be
held during the Jamboree's opening
ceremonies tomorrow and is open to the
public.

President George Bush is
scheduled to speak during that
ceremony.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Jennifer DOUBLE BOXES



Keith, News 7 will have live
reports throughout the evening.





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ANCHOR=JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot



Plans to bring government offices to
Gainsboro run into opposition. Who's
behind it, and why, coming up.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT





ANCHOR=KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot



Plus, these Roanoke County students
love the specialty center they go to
for art- so why is the center moving?

What they think about it coming up.


(END VO) END VO


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++MINI OPEN++


JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Students studying art and dance at



Roanoke County high schools specialty
centers say they love it.... but the
centers are moving and some are not
happy about it.
Take Specialty Center APRISA GFX PAGE

Right now each high school offers a
different program- for example
performing art at Glenvar and Mass
Communication at Hidden Valley.
Next Page NEXT PAGE

No matter where a student lives they
go full time to the school where the
specialty is offered.
Education Animation JEAN ON CAM

In tonight's education 7 report-
news that those centers are moving
from the high schools to one location
and reaction to it.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke Co.
00


*CG 2line Hannah Swann
Center For Visual Arts Student
10 quick!
*CG 2line Shannon Johnson
Center for Visual Arts Student

23
*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com
40
*CG 2line Jamie Swann
Parent
1:12

RUNS=1:25 (END SOT)



OQ=that's a big problem. <<



(END SOT) Art is Hannah Swann's passion- she


passed up going to Hidden Valley High
school .. instead opting for the Center
for Visual Arts at Cave Spring.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=WE DO A LOT OF DIFFERENT 43;01



HANNAH SWANN: WE DO A LOT OF DIFFERENT
THINGS WE WORK WITH CLAY AND ALL SORTS
OF PAINTS.

RUN04 (END SOT)



OQ=SORTS OF PAINTS. Students in the program also take


other classes together - english and
history for example are designed to
relate to the specialty-

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=OH I LOVE IT 24:32



SHANNON JOHNSON: OH I LOVE IT IT'S
GREAT. EVERYBODY BONDED INSTANTLY SO
YOU HAD THOSE FRIENDS.

RUN06 (END SOT)




OQ=HAD THOSE FRIENDS. But this summer parents received a


letter- informing them the Specialty
Centers are moving to the Arnold R.
Burton Technology Center In the fall of
2006.


SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=It would be up to parents Standup TAPE#1 at 12:15



JEAN JADHON/NEWS 7: IT WOULD BE UP TO
PARENTS TO TAKE THEIR CHILD TO BURTON
AND THEN THE COUNTY WOULD PROVIDE
TRANSPORATION BACK TO THE HOME SCHOOL.

RUN11 (END SOT)



OQ=to the home school. For Hannah that would mean part of


the day at Burton- the rest at Hidden
Valley.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=i'D HAVE TO 43:59



HANNAH

AND I'D HAVE TO GO BACK TO HIDDEN
VALLEY I'D HAVE TO WASTE A LOT OF TIME
DRIVING TO BURTON AND BEING BUSSED
BACK.

RUN09 (END SOT)



OQ=BEING BUSSED BACK. Students fear they'll lose the


sense of unity the program now offers.

Hannah's mom is also upset her
daughter will have to leave Cave Spring
after two years-


SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=hANNAHS ALREADY 48:51 HANNAH'S ALREADY SWITCHED SCHOOLS


SHE'S DEVELOPED HERSELF AT CAVE SPRING
NOW THEY'RE GOING TO WANT TO SEND HER
BACK TO HIDDEN VALLEY HALF WAY THROUGH
HER HIGH SCHOOL CAREER THAT'S ANOTHER
ISSUE THAT'S A BIG PROBLEM.

RUN14 (END SOT)>>



OQ=A BIG PROBLEM.





JEAN ON CAM Talent=Jean



GRAPHIC=NOne Why did school administrators


decide on the change? We'll hear from
them tomorrow night on News 7 at six.

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ANCHOR=JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot



A mixed and somewhat erratic day today
on Wall Street.

ANCHOR=KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot


*CG pmstox y (DOW/NASDAQ)
16.71 The Dow fell 17 points, but Nasdaq rose
10579.77 9.
x STOCK ROLL<< 9.25
2175.99


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JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

GRAPHIC=None After years of delay, redevelopment


is under way on Henry Street.
KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

But plans that may bring another
building to the area are bringing new
controversy.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke


Today, advocates for the Gainsboro
neighborhood and representatives of
other groups voiced their opposition to
relocating social security offices on
Henry Street.

They say the project is not
consistent with the renovations that
are already under way there.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=And let's make this




*CG 2line William Penn
Dumas Task Force Chairman
:00 QUICK


*CG 2line Brenda Hale
Roanoke NAACP Past President WILLIAM PENN/DUMAS TASK FORCE: AND :07 LET'S MAKE THIS THE CULTURAL, ARTISTIC,
AND HISTORIC PLACE IT SHOULD BE. WE
SHOULD KEEP IT THAT WAY.

BRENDA HALE/NACCP PAST PRESIDENT: WE
HAVE REVITALIZATION TAKING PLACE AT A
RAPID RATE RIGHT NOW AND THERE ARE JUST
SO MANY OTHER OPTIONS.

RUNS=13 (END SOT)



OQ=just so many other options.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



The Gainsboro Steering Committee
says one of those options is the site

near Orange Avenue, that the city was
preparing for construction of a
football stadium and amphitheater.

(END VO)

(END VO)


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up tonight on News 7


sports - the Avs are back home tonight,
Bryan Randall is working day to day in
Hotlanta,

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT and the ACC meetings wrap up at


the Homestead. We'll tell you about
some new bowls for the league and get
some throughts on the new title game.

(END VO) END VO



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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=ACC The A-C-C has finally gotten their


wish, a full 12 teams that will enable
them to have a Conference Title Game,
that will bring in more exposure for
the A-C-C champion as well as a whole
lot of money to the Conference. Grant
Kittelson has more on the Title Game
and more post-season destinations for
the new A-C-C.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Hot Springs
:00


*CG 2line John Swofford
ACC Commissioner
:10
*CG file 1998 Music City Bowl
:25


*CG file December 4, 2004
:40


*CG 2line Frank Beamer
NCAA's 3rd Winningest Active Coach
:58
*CG 2line Bobby Bowden

FSU Picked to win Atlantic Division
1:18
*CG 2line Al Groh
Cavs Open Season on September 3rd
1:35



RUNS=2:09 (END SOT)



OQ=News 7 Sports. < (END SOT) the Homestead with commissioner John


Swofford speaking about the A-C-C bowl
schedule.

(SWOFFORD:)

In 2-thousand and 6 the A-C-C will
add bowl tie-ins with the Music City
Bowl in Nashville, Tennessee and the
Emarld Bowl in San Francisco,
California, to bring their total to 8
post-season game for the 12 team
league.

In order to gain the conferences'
B-C-S berth as Virginia Tech did last
season by winning the A-C-C title, the
Hokies or anyone else will have to win
the A-C-C championship game in
Jacksonville, Florida

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Grant Kittelson News 7 Sports.








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GRAPHIC=FALCONS The Falcons sweated their way


through day three of their relocated
training camp just outside of Atlanta
today.

Former Hokie Bryan Randall is
trying to earn a paycheck with the team
as rookie free agent quarterback - who
knows he no longer has to go to class
and that he also no longer has a
scholarship.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=AVALANCHE The Salem Avalanche is back home


tonight for game two of its 20 game
home stand.

The Salem Avalanche are received
word today and Hunter Pence will be
joining the team. Pence was drafted in
the 2nd round of the 2004 draft out of
the University of Texas-Arlington.

Tonight's game gets underway at
7:05.
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