August 2, 2005

News 7 at 5


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*CG locator Toronto, Canada

We have breaking news at this hour.
A passenger jet has skidded off the
runway at Toronto's Pearson Airport.

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The Lufthansa passenger jet
apparently caught fire after reportedly
skidding off the runway. Rescue
vehicles have been rushing to the
scene.

Police say it is an Air France
Airbus 340 that was trying to

land when it ran into trouble.
Television pictures show flames and
smoke billowing from an aircraft in a
wooded area near the airport.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith/Newspath DOUBLE BOXES



Bianaca Solorzano has the latest from
New York.

LIVE=Solorzano LIVE FULL

*CG 2line Bianca Solorzano

CBS News


*CG live New York, NY





LIVE= LIVE FULL

*CG live New York, NY





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GRAPHIC=None Everyone else in a Lynchburg


rooming house was evicted yesterday ...

Now police want to know why a dead
man was apparently left behind.

It was another resident of the home
who discovered the body of the white
male around 11:00 this morning.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg

Police had helped evict several
other tenants yesterday, and the house
at 1102 Rivermont Avenue was boarded
up.


One or two residents were given a
couple of extra days before they had to
leave ... including the dead man found
in his room today.

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INQ=We found a




*CG 2line Invest. Jerry Hise
Lynchburg Police 12:16:39 INVEST. JERRY HISE/LYNCHBURG
POLICE: WE FOUND A GENTLEMAN IN HIS
LATE 40S, WHITE MALE, APPEARS HE'S BEEN
DEAD FOR A FEW DAYS. DO NOT KNOW AT
THIS POINT, OBVIOUSLY , AS TO HOW LONG,
BUT IT DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE ANYTHING
SUSPICIOUS. THERE'S NO OBVIOUS SIGNS OF
ANY INJURY SUCH AS THAT. SO AT THIS
POINT ... WE'RE GOING TO TREAT ALL
THESE CASES AT THIS POINT AS A DEATH
INVESTIGATION, ANY DEATH INVESTIGATION
AS A HOMICIDE, HOWEVER AT THIS POINT WE
HAVE NO REASON TO BELIEVE ANY FOUL PLAY
HAS OCCURRED.

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OQ=any foul play has occurred.





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Hise says because the man was
being allowed to stay for a few more
days, no one checked on him yesterday

when the other tenants were being
evicted.

His name has not yet been released
while police look for relatives ... an
autopsy will be performed tomorrow.

The owners of the property refused
to comment.

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GRAPHIC= A tractor trailer carrying a load


of lettuce to New Jersey also yielded a
cargo of contraband this weekend.

State Police seized 35 bales of
marijuana with an estimated street
value of more than three million
dollars.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem

The marijuana weighed about 16-
hundred pounds, and authorities
displayed just a few of the bales at a
news conference this morning in Salem.

Acting on information from an

agent in Wytheville, State Police
stopped the truck at the interstate
weigh station in Botetourt County.

A drug dog from the sheriffs
office sniffed out the drugs, and a
search of the trailer produced 27 boxes
of compacted marijuana.

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INQ=This one came together




*CG 2line First Sgt. Tom Foster
Va. State Police FIRST SGT. TOM FOSTER/VA. STATE POLICE:
THIS ONE CAME TOGETHER AND 1600 POUNDS
OF MARUJAUNA IS NOT GOING TO BE ON THE
STREET. A STREET VALUE OF 3.2 MILLION
DOLLARS IS A VERY SUBSTANTIAL SEIZURE.

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OQ=very substantial seizure.





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These two men from California men
were taken into custody.

They faces charges of
transporting marijuana, and possession
with intent to distribute.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hurricane Forecast The millions of people who live near


the Atlantic and gulf coasts

better get ready for a worse than
normal hurricane season!

Today experts raised their hurricane
predictions...saying there is no doubt
more powerful storms are on the way.

Bianca Solorzano explains.

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INQ=




*CG 2line David L. Johnson
National Weather Service Director
:11


*CG 2line Bianca Solorzano
CBS News
1:27



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OQ=CBS NEWS <<



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THIS YEAR'S HURRICANE SEASON ROARED TO
AN EARLY START WITH SEVEN STORMS

PLOWING THROUGH THE ATLANTIC IN JUST
THE FIRST FEW WEEKS...BUT THE WORST

IS YET TO COME.




SOT - David L. Johnson, National


Weather Service Director

" An additional 11-14 tropical storms
with 7-9 of those turning into

hurricanes and 3-5 of those major
hurricanes."



THAT'S THE PREDICTION THROUGH THE END
OF NOVEMBER FROM SCIENTISTS AT THE

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC
ADMINISTRATION.



THEY WARN - WE'VE ALREADY MOVED INTO A
VERY ACTIVE HURRICANE ERA WHICH

COULD LAST DECADES..THAT MEANS MORE
TROPICAL STORMS, MORE HURRICANES

.......MORE ..MAJOR.. HURRICANES.



IT SEEMS THAT ..RIGHT NOW.. MOTHER
NATURE HAS ALL THE INGREDIENTS SHE

NEEDS TO COOK UP SOME FORCEFUL
STORMS...INCLUDING WARMER THAN USUAL
SEA

WATER AND LOW AIR PRESSURE.



LAST MONTH HURRICANE EMILY BECAME THE
STRONGEST JULY HURRICANE ON

RECORD..WITH WINDS OF MORE THAN 155

MILES PER HOUR. JUST A SHORT WHILE

EARLIER, AT 150 MILES PER HOUR,
HURRICANE DENNIS BLEW IN A STRONG

SECOND.

THE FOLKS AT NOAA STRESS THEIR
INCREASED PREDICTIONS FOR THE 2005

HURRICANE SEASON SHOULDN'T BE TAKEN
LIGHTLY.



SOT -David L. Johnson, National Weather


Service Director

"Never before have our forecasters been
this confident "



WITH NO WAY TO PREVENT THE HURRICANES
THAT MAY LIE JUST AROUND THE

CORNER, ALL RESIDENTS CAN DO NOW IS
PREPARE.... AND HOPE THAT MOTHER

NATURE TAKES HER FURY OUT TO
SEA....ANYWHERE FAR AWAY FROM
LAND...FAR

AWAY HOME.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Train Accident Two people died this afternoon in


Raleigh when an Amtrak passenger train
struck a dump truck loaded with gravel.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Raleigh, NC

Raleigh Police say the victims were

in the truck, not on the train.

There were no serious injuries
among the 180 passengers and crew on
the train, though four people- -maybe
more- -were taken to the hospital for
treatment.

The collision knocked the train's
engine and two lead cars off the

tracks.

The northbound train was heading
from Charlotte to New York.

The Carolinian makes stops in
Virginia.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

Still to come on the newscast, a
house fire claims the life of a four
year old child.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



Plus an investigation says parents
and police may have been able to save
the lives of three boys who were
accidentally locked in the trunk of a
car.

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NO MINI-OPEN KEITH ON CAM
KEITH ON CAM A four-year-old girl died in a
GRAPHIC=Fatal Fire house fire in Norfolk overnight.



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VO-NAT




*CG locator Norfolk

Firefighters found Keasia Cooper
on the second floor of the burning town
house just after nine o'clock last
night.

The fire was contained within ten
minutes.

Cooper was treated at the scene,
but died later at the hospital.

The girl's mother, another woman
and two more children made it out
safely.

Investigators believe the fire
may have been caused by food left
unattended on the stove.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A report on the search for three


New Jersey boys found dead in the trunk
of a car says the vehicle was checked

five times, but nobody looked inside
the trunk.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Camden, NJ

Prosecutor Vincent Sarubbi
(suh-ROO'-bee) says there should have
been a more thorough search of the
vehicle.

He points out the children's shoes
were found in the passenger
compartment.

He says "if someone had opened
the compartment of the car and done a
thorough search" they likely would have
found the

boys alive.

An autopsy indicated the boys-
-aged 5, 6 and 11- -were alive for
hours, as authorities and their parents
searched for them.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None As the 2005 Boy Scout Jamboree


wraps up- even organizers admit it

could have gone smoother.

Four scout leaders from Alaska
died in an electrical accident last
Monday...

Several days later hundreds of
scouts fell ill from the heat.

RICHMOND DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Jennifer DOUBLE BOXES


State Microwave But as Richmond Bureau Chief
Jennifer Wishon reports- scouts say the
Jamboree has been a success.

LIVE=Jennifer LIVE FULL

*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com


*CG live Richmond

Keith, despite the accident and
dangerous heat scouts say they've had a
blast.

And after spending time with
them- it's clear this is an event they
won't soon forget.

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INQ=Some troops packed up




*CG locator Fort A.P. Hill
:00


*CG 2line Craig Tripp

Troop 1654
:06


*CG 2line Stephen Sloan
Troop 1654
:18


*CG 2line Bruce Harper
Jamboree Web Staff
:42


*CG 2line Matthew Hyler
Troop 1654
:59


*CG 2line John Eggleston
Troop 1654
1:20


*CG 2line Mike Tripp
Troop 1654 Scout Leader
1:25



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OQ=ARE YOU READY TO GO HOME? YEAH. <

but for others it was one last chance
to take it all in.

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INQ=Oh, it's a blast 32:11 CRAIG TRIPP: OH, IT'S A BLAST -



IT'S JUST REALLY FUN COMING OUT HERE
FOR 11- DAYS AND CAMPING AND STUFF-
IT'S A LOT OF FUN.

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OQ=it's a lot of fun.







Repelling was one of the more
popular activities- second, of course
to patch trading.

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INQ=Lots of guys 27:39 STEPHEN SLOAN/DANVILLE SCOUT:


LOTS OF GUYS JUST SIT ON BLANKETS NEXT
TO THE ROAD AND JUST TRADE PATCHES ALL
DAY LONG BUT I LIKE TO KIND OF MIX IT
UP AND DO ACTIVITIES AND PATCH TRADING.

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OQ=and patch trading. The Jamboree wouldn't have been


possible without adult leaders taking
time off work- like Bruce Harper- He's
the web master at Virginia Tech and
helped run the Jamboree website- which
received 21- million hits.

He also answered lots of
questions from parents..

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INQ=We've had questions 14:35 BRUCE HARPER: WE'VE HAD


QUESTIONS FROM PARENTS THAT WANT TO
KNOW IF THEIR BOYS ARE TAKING

SHOWERS.... LAUGHTER.

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OQ=laughter.



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INQ= 26:21- NATS OF GUITAR



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OQ= Boys in Troop 1654 from Nelson


County, Southside and the Roanoke
Valley pitched their tents not knowing
each other but will leave as a family.

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INQ=Sometimes it can get 28:43 MATTHEW HYLER/DANVILLE:


SOMETIMES IT CAN GET KIND OF
FRUSTRATING SEEING THE SAME PEOPLE
EVERY DAY.

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OQ=people every day. For ten- days they've been


inseparable.

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INQ=After we eat 37:07 ZANE MASSIE/NELSON COUNTY: AFTER


WE EAT A LOT OF THE FOOD- ALL THE OLD
SCRAPS... THE SLOP BUCKET AS WE LIKE TO
CALL IT.

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OQ=we like to call it. And every one has a role.



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INQ=I'm the one who 30:07 JOHN EGGLESTON: I'M THE ONE WHO


KIND OF MAKES EVERY BODY LAUGH- KEEPS
THINGS TOGETHER YOU KNOW.


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OQ=you know.



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INQ=You bring 36 39:52 MIKE TRIPP/BONSACK: YOU BRING


36- BOYS TOGETHER .... SOME OF THE
SLEEPING ... I GUARANTEE YOU THEY'LL
REMEMBER IT THE REST OF THEIR LIVES.

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OQ=rest of their lives.





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INQ=Are you ready 29:11 REPORTER: ARE YOU READY TO GO


HOME? MATTHEW HYLER: YEAH

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OQ=yeah





LIVE=Jennifer FULL LIVE FULL

*CG live Richmond

Despite being ready to go home-
Troop 1654 is already talking about
getting together for a reunion.

Plans for the next Jamboree are
already underway.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Jennifer DOUBLE BOXES



Keith, The 2010 event will mark
the 100th anniversary of the Boy
Scouts.
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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Discovery Praise from the President today


as NASA scientists decide to send
shuttle astronauts on a repair mission.

Manuel Gallegus reports from the
Johnson Space Center.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Eileen Collins
Shuttle Commander
*CG 2line David Wolk
Chief, Space Walk Branch
*CG 2line Manuel Gallegus
CBS News
*CG 2line Stephen Robinson
Shuttle Discovery Spacewalker
*CG 2line Bill Harwood
CBS News Space Consultant



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OQ= <<



(END SOT) A LONG DISTANCE PHONE CALL FROM THE


PRESIDENT FOR A JOB WELL DONE.



-SOT- PRESIDENT BUSH



"Thanks for being such great examples

of courage for our fellow

citizens."



-SOT-EILEEN COLLINS, COMMANDER SHUTTLE


DISCOVERY

"Thank you very much Mr. President, we
wanna tell you we really enjoy

what we're doing - we really believe in
our mission." - 5 sec.



NEXT UP ..... A MISSION "FIRST"SENDING
AN ASTRONAUT OUT BELOW THE

SHUTTLE BELLY TO FIX A SMALL BUT
TROUBLING PROBLEM.



-SOT- DAVID WOLF/CHIEF OF SPACE WALK


BRANCH

"OUR NOMINAL PLAN IS SIMPLY TO GET
AHOLD OF THIS GAP FILLER AND PULL IT

OUT. WE EXPECT IT WILL BE THAT
SIMPLE."



STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS,
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER

A CLOSE INSPECTION OF DISCOVERY
REVEALED TWO ONE INCH LONG PIECES OF
GAP

FILLER STICKING OUT BETWEEN THE THERMAL
TILES -IF LEFT IN PLACE THE


MATERIAL COULD CAUSE THE SHUTTLE BELLY
TO OVERHEAT ON RE-ENTRY.



AFTER DAYS OF WEIGHING THE RISKS
SCIENTISTS FIGURED BETTER SAFE THAN

SORRY. SO ARMED WITH SCISSORS, PLIERS,
AND A LITTLE SAW ASTRONAUT

STEPHEN ROBINSON WILL VENTURE OUT
WEDNESDAY.



-SOT- STEPHEN ROBINSON, SHUTTLE


DISCOVERY SPACEWALKER

"Well like most kind of repairs, it's
conceptually very simple, but it

has to be done very carefully.



ROBINSON WILL BE GUIDED BY THE SPACE
STATION'S GIANT ROBOT ARM.



-SOT-BILL HARWOOD, CBS NEWS SPACE


CONSULTANT

there's not risk to the astronaut
himself, it's more of a risk of doing

damage to the space shuttle//edit 1/4
1/4you wouldn't want an astronaut or

that has a tool kit or a robot arm to
bang into those sensitive heat

shield tiles.




THE SHUTTLES HAVE RETURNED SAFELY TO
EARTH WITH THIS PROBLEM BEFORE, BUT IN
THE AFTERMATH OF THE COLUMBIA
CATASTROPHE, THEY DON'T WANT TO CHANCE

IT. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS AT THE
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

Stay tuned. Brent Watts will join us
after the break with our detailed
forecast.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Then a little bit later, local race


fans turn out to audition for a
television show that could put them in
the driver's seat.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None We have an update on the plane crash


at Toronto's Pearson airport. The
latest unconfirmed report says all the
passengers and crew on the Air France
jet made it off SAFELY before the plane
broke up and caught fire.

ENG#=None LIVE=NEWSPATH FULL
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*CG live Toronto, Canada

A Toronto radio reporter says she saw
much of the jet turn into a fireball
after it tried to land at the

city's airport.

Rescue crews continue showering the
plane with water, after the Airbus
caught fire. You are looking at a live
picture.

Thick black smoke is still billowing
from the jet,which officials say
skidded on a wet runway.

Reporter Leah Walker said she saw
the plane try to land in "very fierce
weather" -- with lightning, strong
winds and even some hail in the area.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Play Time, Exercise time and Dinner


time are all affected by recalls.
Steve Pardon explains why in today's
Consumer Watch 7 Report.

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INQ= Today in your





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OQ= in the news << Today in your Consumer Watch 7
(END SOT) Report your childs radio flyer may need


a tune up

Classic Walker Wagons sold between
August 2003 and May 2005 are being
recalled because the black plastic
pieces that make a clicking sound on
the wheels can break off and pose a
choking hazard. You can call Radio
Flyer at (800) 621-7613 for free
replacement clickers.

If you're planning on throwing
something in the crock pot for dinner
be careful if its a Rival Slow Cooker.
All units manufactured between January

1999 and May 2004 are being recalled
because the handles on the base of the
slow cooker can break posing a risk of
burns from hot contebnts spilling on
consumers. For more information on
receiving a replacement base call the
Holmes Group at (800) 299-1284

Often when I'm out and about people
tell me they watch News 7 while on the
treadmill

If its a Tredex 6 point zero treadmill,
you better hang on. Model numbers
TX440 and TX550 are being recalled
because they can unexpectedly
accelerate and cause users to fall.
For a free repair kit call Sportcraft
at (800) 526-0244. For more
information on any of these recalls go
to our website WDBJ7.com and check out
websites in the news.>>

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

Up next in Sports, our preseason
Friday Footbal Extra tour continues.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Also the man who beat the Hokies in


the Sugar Bowl is finally a Redskin.


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GRAPHIC=REDSKINS The Washington Redskins have


finally signed both of the their first
round draft picks making camp one big
happy family gathering in Ashburn.


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*CG locator Ashburn
This Afternoon Jason Campbell - the quarterback :00 out of Auburn - who was the 25th
overall pick in the draft signed a five
year deal last night, arrived at camp
this morning and went through his first
practice this afternoon.

Campbell helped lead the Tigers
to a 13-and-0 season a year ago a Sugar
Bowl win over Virginia Tech.

He is expected to start out as
the third string quarterback behind
Patrick Ramsey and Mark Brunell.



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MIKE ON CAMERA
MIKE ON CAMERA Carlos Rogers, the ninth overall
GRAPHIC=REDSKINS pick of the April draft, starts his pro


career with a five-year, 17-point-45
million dollar deal. He is expected to
go through his first practice tomorrow.
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GRAPHIC=BAM Football players are in the only



ones signing contracts today.

In the NBA - the king of the
court -

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VO-NAT Shaquille O'Neal agreed to a new


$100 million dollar, five-year contract
with the Heat. The deal was signed on
the first day of the N-A-B's player
movement period and it ensures that the
12-time All-Star center will continue
to be the man with the highest annual
salary in the N-B-A. If he completes
all five seasons, Shaq will be 38 at
the end of the deal.

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GRAPHIC=None The Roanoke Dazzle don't open up
ENG#=3 their 2005 season until Friday November


18th. The Civic Center, however, is
hosting plenty of basketball before
then.

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*CG locator Roanoke

The 4th year of the Roanoke
Dazzle basketball camp is going on this
week. The boys are taking part in this

week's session, while earlier this
summer the girls took their turn inside
the coliseum.

Dazzle head coach Kent Davison is
in charge of the camp once again.

A camp that has grown from 26
kids the first year to over a hundred
in this session alone.

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*CG 2line Kent Davison
Roanoke Dazzle Head Coach



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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Day two of high school football


practice and once again at th top of
the hour we'll profile another team for
yout tonight.



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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

:00 For the second straight night
we'll meet a new coach as Tim Fulton
takes over at Cave Spring for Ben
Foutz.

Fulton has been an assistant at
Cave Spring under three different
coaches inherits a team that should
challenge for the River Ridge
Championship.

We'll talk with the new coach
tonight on News 7 at Six.

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MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM Also, we'll check on some early


NFL action coming up this weekend in
Japan.

Take care everybody. Keith will
be back in just a moment.

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GRAPHIC=NONE The technology stocks lead the way
ENG#=1 on Wall Street today. With that and



more, here's Alexis Christoforous.

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CBS Money Watch
:00



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STOCK ROLL STOCK ROLL
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GRAPHIC=Nascar Roush Racing is looking for its


next star and today the search
continued in Martinsville.

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*CG locator Martinsville :18

Roush and The Discovery Channel,
along with corporate sponsors have
teamed up to televise the search in a
new series called, "The Gong Show."

The reality show traces the steps

of 25-drivers as they work their way
through some of NASCAR's top tracks.

Jack Roush of Roush Racing says
it was a tough process.

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*CG 2line Jack Roush
Roush Racing @18:39.00

JACK ROUSH, ROUSH RACING: DRIVERS'
AGE, HOW MUCH EXPERIENCE HE'S HAD, HOW
MUCH SUCCESS HE'S HAD -ALL BIG THINGS,
AND JUST BECAUSE WE HAD TO PICK 25, WE
PICKED 25. MY GUESS IS THERE'S ANOTHER
100 IN THAT A COMPELLING ARGUMENT COULD
BE MADE...

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Coming up tonight on News7 at
six, we'll hear from a local man who's
testing his mettle to see if he has
what it takes to perform for one of
racing's most successful teams.

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Forecasters say this
hurricane season could get even worse.


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Plus what caused a passenger
jet to burst into flames...
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on News Seven at Eleven. (END VO) (END VO)