08/12/05

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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Hot and humid today with
isolated storms and highs in the mid
90s..

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the weekend outlook from the
Skytracker 7 forecast center, coming
up.



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GRAPHIC=Verdict A second degree murder charge is


placed against a Roanoke woman, accused
in a hit and run accident that killed
her baby's grandmother.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT 29



VO-NAT 25 year old Chanelle (Sha-NEIL)


Burnette was behind the wheel of the
S-U-V when it ran into 43 year old
Diana Blaney- after the two had been
arguing.

*CG locator Roanoke Burnette testified yesterday saying April she was outside the house on Gilmer
Avenue that night in April to see the
father of her baby- not the man's
mother... with whom she ended up
arguing.

She says she was threatened and
scared-

Burnette's family members say it
was all a bad accident and they say
Chanelle is upset about what happened.

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INQ=SHE'S HURT ABOUT 1:58:42


*CG 2line Eric Burnette
Defendant's Brother ERIC BURNETTE: SHE'S HURT ABOUT IT TOO.
SHE HATES IT SHE WOULD NEVER DO THAT.
LIKE SHE SAID MS. BLANEY WAS LIKE A
SECOND MOTHER TO HER.

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OQ=2ND MOTHER TO HER





VO-NAT VO-NAT 10



The victim's family members say
they are disappointed that Burnette got
second degree murder and not the more
serious conviction of First degree.

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INQ=yOU DON'T KILL 2:00:16

*CG 2line Johnny Blaney
Victim's Father JOHNNY BLANEY/VICTIM'S FATHER: YOU
DON'T KILL SOMEBODY THEN GET SECOND
DEGREE NAH.

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OQ=2ND DEGREE NAAH.




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GRAPHIC=SENTENCING Sentencing is scheduled for next


month.

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GRAPHIC=None New jobs are headed to Pulaski,


thanks to a new company hoping to
capitalize on Volvo's success.

Lumbee Enterprises will take over
the old Pfizer facility and perform
post- manufacturing modifications on
commercial trucks.

The company will invest more than
two and a half million dollars to open
the facility-----and bring up to 50 new


jobs to the area.


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GRAPHIC=Gas Prices Up Expect to shell out more money if


you are headed to the pump today.
TAKE APRISA FULL APRISA

According to Triple-A, the
average price for a gallon of regular
unleaded in Virginia is $2.30

It's a few cents cheaper in the
Roanoke area, but 2.26 a gallon is a
record.
KIM ON CAM KIM ON CAM


GRAPHIC=HOLD Why does it keep going up?



It's the first rule of
economics... the law of supply and
demand.

When demand outpaces supply, the
price goes up.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Gasoline supplies are tight


because aging refineries are being
pushed to capacity.

That has produced problems like
the explosion at a B-P refinery near
Houston last month.

But the oil traders who
feverishly drove a barrel of oil up to
a record 66-dollars today were looking
ahead, not back.

They see possible supply
disruptions growing from the Middle
East, tensions with Iran and a
threatening hurricane season.

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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com



ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

We'll wrap up the work week
on a hot note, with highs soaring into
the 90s.

But what does the weekend have
in store?

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has details on that, coming up.
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GRAPHIC=School Info. There's more then just school


work going on at Patrick Henry High
School this summer.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke (16.5)

Construction on the new fifty million
dollar school is more than half way
completed.

Workers have been busy this summer
putting up interior walls, the ceiling
grid, and even painting.

Administrators say the project is on

time and therefore moving day should
take place over winter break.

SOT FULL 2:44:58 SOT FULL
INQ=Should we get




*CG 2line Bernie Godek
Assoc. Superintendent for Management BERNIE GODEK/ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT
FOR MANAGEMENT: SHOULD WE GET SOME
UNEXPECTED BAD WEATHER THAT WOULD LIMIT
CONSTRUCTION IN SOME AREAS EVEN IF THAT
SHOULD OCCUR WE STILL SHOULD BE ON
SCHEDULE WITH IT.

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OQ=schedule with it





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Faculty have already started packing
for the big move.

If everything goes as planned,
students may be able to take a tour of
the new facility sometime in December.

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GRAPHIC=None When daylight saving time is

EDUCATION 7 ANIMATION extended in 2007 by four weeks, it will
bring more daylight to the evening

hours.

However, sunrise will come later
in the morning.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Alleghany Co.

An Alleghany County administrator
says the change will leave about 300 of
his students out in the dark.

Some parents are worried their
children won't be seen by traffic.

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INQ="There's a lot...




*CG 2line Patsy Smith
Concerned Parent 22:41"THERE'S A LOT OF CARS COMING
THROUGH THERE. SOMETIMES HE'LL CROSS
THE STREET BY HIMSELF HE LOOKS BOTH
WAYS, BUT STILL ANYTHING CAN
HAPPEN."22:49

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OQ=...anything can happen."





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The change will affect mostly
students in Clifton Forge and in the
outskirts of Alleghany County.

School leaders say they plan to

encourage parents to use extra safety
measures.


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GRAPHIC=None Although the number of students


enrolling in Virginia's colleges is
expected to INCREASE over the next
decade, the number of educated
Virginians could DECREASE.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond
File Tape Within 15- years, black and
hispanic students will make up 40-
percent of all high school graduates.

Of the students earning
bachelor's degrees in 2002, 14- percent
were black and only two- percent were
hispanic.

Officials report that if this

trend continues the number of
Virginians with college degrees could
decrease.

Those numbers were reported
during a Senate Finance meeting
yesterday.

Lawmakers also learned tuition is
going up at four- year- colleges by
more than eight percent this year.

Bristol Senator William Wampler
says lawmakers must stay aware of what
it costs to get a college degree.

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INQ=And more importantly




*CG 2line Sen. William Wampler

(R) Bristol 3:10:51 SEN. WILLIAM WAMPLER/(R)


BRISTOL: AND MORE IMPORTANTLY WHAT THE
FINANCIAL AID PACKAGE MUST BE TO MAKE
SURE THAT WE DO NOT KEEP SOMEONE FROM
GOING ON TO COLLEGE AND BECOMING A MOST
PRODUCTIVE CITIZEN IN THE COMMONWEALTH.


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OQ=citizen in the Commonwealth.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The State Council of Higher
Education is currently studying the

need for a four- year- college in
Southside.

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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Coastal areas are keeping an
eye on Tropical Storm Irene--
meanwhile, we're expecting hot and
humid conditions here.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has an update in Skytracker 7 forecast,
in just a few minutes.




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GRAPHIC=Murder invest. A Martinsville man involved in a


murder for hire scheme will spend the
next 16 years in jail.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG file File Tape

A jury in Patrick County
convicted Malvester Dixon on four
separate charges yesterday afternoon.

The jury recommended a total of
16 years in prison.

Dixon was convicted of helping
Maverick Thomas kill his wife five
years ago.

Thomas was convicted and
sentenced to life in prison last month.

The trigger-man -- Billy Ray
Manns -- pled guilty to killing Lisa
Thomas in exchange for a one-year
sentence.

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GRAPHIC=None A man described as a Lynchburg


institution was honored by hundreds.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg

Former mayor and E.C. Glass
basketball coach Jimmie Bryan died

Saturday at the age of 89 ... his
funeral was held yesterday in the Glass
gymnasium that bears his name.

Friends and family eulogized Bryan
as a man of character who always
brought out the best in people,
especially the students he taught,
coached and mentored.

Coach Bryan's teams won 22
district titles and three state
championships in his 27 years at the
helm.

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GRAPHIC=None While violent incident in our area


pale in comparison to those in larger
cities-- it still benefits law
enforcement to be prepared.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Botetourt Co.

For the last two-weeks, 40-men
from 11-different agencies have been
training in Botetourt County.

The officers -some from as far

away as Alabama, others from as close
as Roanoke - have been receiving
instruction from members of the LAPD
SWAT team.

The instructors who work for LEAD
Consultants say regional training works
and make sense.

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INQ=When you have...




*CG 2line Rick Massa
LEAD Consultants @23:17:38.02

RICK MASSA, LEAD CONSULTANTS: WHEN YOU
HAVE A MAJOR INCIDENT THAT OCCURS, ITS
GOOD TO BE ABLE TO BRING THE TEAMS
TOGETHER IN TRAINING MODE AND TRAINING
TOGETHER. SO IF SOMETHING WERE TO
HAPPEN AND THEY DO HAVE TO WORK
TOGETHER IN A REAL LIFE SCENARIO THEY
KNOW WHAT EXACTLY THE OFFICERS NEXT TO
THEM ARE GOING TO DO BECAUSE THEY'VE
TRAINED TOGETHER.

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OQ=... they've trained together.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The training costs about
500-dollars an officer.

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GRAPHIC=None When a disaster takes
place----communication is key.



Thats why communication was the
topic in yesterdays meeting at Hotel
Roanoke between public leaders and
emergency management officials.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Topics included ways to make
communicating across jurisdictions
easier during times of disaster.

Leaders also viewed the latest
in communications technology, including
NEXTEL's mobile cellphone tower, which
has been deployed in many natural
disasters.

Roanoke city and county leaders
are hoping to partner with other
jurisdictions to improve communications
during times of crisis.

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