08/31/05

News 7 at Noon


GRAPHIC=None Motorists may experience sticker


shock today-- where gas prices have
jumped as much as 50 cents a gallon.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And in New Orleans, crews are


scrambling to plug two broken levees.

Officials say it could take nearly a
month to get all of the floodwater out
of the hurricane- ravaged city.

(END VO) (END VO)


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LEO ON CAM LEO ON CAM

Breezy conditions today as drier
weather heads our way from the west.
I'll have your improving forecast.

KIMBERLY ON CAM

Stay with us. News 7 at noon is next.
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*CG 4054


*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


*CG 305
*V-O KMC Video-Open 2 vo News 7 at Noon 4060 --
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ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT KIMBERLY



Thousands of hurricane victims --
already evacuated from their homes in
New Orleans-- are facing a SECOND
evacuation from the shelter they've
taken in the Superdome, now surrounded
by water.

Officials say at least 25-
thousand refugees will be transported

to the Houston Astrodome 350 miles
away.

(END VO) (END VO)



ANCHOR=KIMBERLY KIM ON CAM



Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Aftermath Army engineers aren't having much


luck plugging New Orleans' breached
levees.

The mayor says it could be 12 to 16
weeks before anyone is allowed back in.


ENG=3 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Gulfport, MS

Meanwhile, the images from
Mississippi are equally upsetting.

Entire neighborhoods are wiped out
along the state's coastline.

Officials say at least 110 people in
Missippi are dead, and the death toll
will likely get higher.

(END VO) (END VO)


02 Harmelin-Katrina 4 LIVE Kenner Dbl Box E211 --

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KENNER DOUBLE BOXES=Kimberly/Alison DOUBLE BOXES



Alison Harmelin is in Kenner,
Louisiana this afternoon, and joins us
now with the latest on the hurricane's
aftermath.

LIVE=NEWSPATH (LIVE FULL)




*CG standup Alison Harmelin
Reporting
*CG live Kenner, LA

ENG#=4 for the backup (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=Along the entire




*CG locator New Orleans, LA


*CG 2line Dana Zeller
Resident
*CG locator Gulfport, MS


*CG 2line Robert Scarborough
Gulfport, MS Resident
*CG live Kenner, LA



RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=back to you. <<



---




(LOCATOR: NEW ORLEANS)



(NATS: HELICOPTER RESCUES)



ALONG THE ENTIRE GULF COAST....THROUGH
THE SKY...ACROSS THE WATER...AND

ON LAND...RESCUE TEAMS ARE NAVIGATING
FLOODWATERS TO SAVE THOSE STILL

TRAPPED IN THE WRECKAGE.



SOT: "DON'T WORRY ABOUT DEAD


BODIES...ONLY WORRY ABOUT LIVE BODIES"



LOUISIANA IS IN DESPERATE SHAPE. SO FAR
EFFORTS TO STEM THE TIDE CREATED

BY BREACHES IN NEW ORLEANS' PROTECTIVE
LEVEES HAVE FAILED...THE CITY IS

LITERALLY DROWNING.



SOT: DANA ZELLER/RESIDENT



"IS THERE SOMEBODY OUT THERE, ANYBODY
ANYWHERE CAN HELP US...SOMEWHERE

IN THE WORLD....HELP US"



THE SUPER DOME, UNTIL NOW A SAFE HAVEN,
HAS SEEN FLOODWATERS TURN IT

INTO A POTENTIAL DEATH TRAP. THOUSANDS
WHO SOUGHT REFUGE THERE ARE

BEING MOVED TO THE ASTRODOME IN

HOUSTON...BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE.



BRIDGE: LOOTING IS RAMPANT AS VANDALS
STRIP STORES OF ANYTHING THEY CAN

CARRY. POLICE ARE DOING ALL THEY CAN
BUT WITH SO MUCH ELSE TO WORRY

ABOUT, IT'S A FUTILE EFFORT.



TO THE EAST IN MISSISSIPPI THE DEATH
TOLL IN ONE COUNTY ALONE IS AT

LEAST 100 AND EXPECTED TO RISE AND WITH
POWER OUT TO HUNDREDS OF

THOUSANDS OF HOMES, HEAT AND HUMIDITY
ARE ONLY ADDING TO THE MISERY.



SOT: ROBERT SCARBOROUGH/GULF PORT


RESIDENT

"WE'VE GOT ONE OF TWO CHOICES WE CAN
DIE OR WE CAN FIGHT TO LIVE."



THAT FIGHT IS A DAUNTING TASK. THE
DESTRUCTION SEEMS ENDLESS WITH FILTHY

WATER AND TONS OF DEBRIS OVERWHELMING
MUCH OF THE GULF COAST. THOSE

LUCKY ENOUGH TO BE DRY ARE LEFT WITH
WRECKAGE PILED UP AS FAR AS THE EYE

CAN SEE. HELP IS ON THE WAY, BUT IT
WILL BE MONTHS BEFORE ANY SENSE OF

A NORMAL LIFE RETURNS.>>





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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hurricane Aftermath Here at home- relief workers are


heading down to do what they can to
help...

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

20- members from the Virginia
Department of Forestry gathered in
Roanoke this morning.

The team is heading to Baton
Rouge to help run a food distribution
center.

This time of year they're usually
being deployed out West to battle
forest fires.

Also leaving this morning, eight
men from Appalachian Power.

They say it may be tough
restoring power when there are no homes
to restore it to...

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=





*CG 2line Tim Rogers
Appalachian Power @21:39:03.00

TIM ROGERS, APPALACHIAN POWER: WE MAY
BE DOING SOME COMFORTING MORE THAN
TURNING THE POWER BACK ON- SO, THEY'LL
BE HAPPY TO SEE US. BY THE TIME WE
LEAVE, IT MAY NOT LOOK ANY DIFFERENT
WHEN WE GET THERE, IF IT'S AS BAD AS
IT'S GOING TO BE. BUT, IT'S GOING TO
TAKE A WHILE.



RUNS=22 (END SOT)



OQ=to take a while



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Coming up tonight on News7 at
five and six, we'll have more on the
efforts and show you some of the tools
crews will use to help.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hurricane Aftermath As people in Louisiana and


Mississippi continue to dig out-
Roanoke residents are doing what they
can to help.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Yesterday we told you about a
water drive sponsored by Clear Channel
Radio stations.

Because of the community's
response they were able to fill a
tractor trailer, but the work doesn't
stop there.

D-Js asked for help and the local
community responded- inmates from
Roanoke City's work release program and
members of the Roanoke City Fire/EMS
worked along side staffers and other
volunteers to pack the truck to get it
ready for transport. :

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=




*CG 2line Joel Dearing
Program Director @2:58:14.00

JOEL DEARING, PROGRAM DIRECTOR 104.9
THE BULL: THERE IS NO WAY THIS
COMMUNITY HAS LET US DOWN, THEY STEPPED
UP. WISH I COULD SHAKE EVERYONE'S HAND
TO THANK THEM. THIS HAS BEEN AN
AMAZING COMMUNITY -PEOPLE ARE JUST SO
CARING ABOUT OTHERS.




RUNS=14 (END SOT)



OQ=so caring about others.



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Donations were so great- Clear
Channel was able to get a second truck
to transport all this water.

Tomorrow a third vehicle will be
at the River Ridge Mall in Lynchburg to
collect more bottled water and
donations -which will then be taken to
New Orleans.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Washington is also taking action


to help hurricane victims.

The Bush administration says it will
tap into the nation's

petroleum reserves to help refiners
affected by the hurricane.

ENG#=3 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Wrentham, MA

Meanwhile, Katrina's impact is being
felt at gas pumps as far north as

Massachusetts.

Just south of Boston, at least one
gas station is charging 3- 29 a gallon.

One driver stopped there only because
his vehicle was completely out of fuel.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Gas Prices UP Gas Prices are climbing higher in


western Virginia, in some cases by 50
cents a gallon.

This morning, the latest increase
sent drivers in Roanoke scrambling for
a bargain..

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Cars were lined up at the Raceway
gas station and convenience store on
Orange Avenue.

While regular was selling for
2-79 a gallon nearby, drivers were
filling their tanks for 2-29 a gallon,
and shaking their heads at the higher
prices.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Cause yesterday,




*CG 2line Valinda Poff
00 VALINDA POFF: CAUSE YESTERDAY IT WAS
2.29 AND IT JUMPED 50 CENTS IN ONE DAY,
THAT'S RIDICULOUS.
*CG 2line Bruce Westmoreland
:09 BRUCE WESTMORELAND: WE'RE GOING TO HAVE
TO RUN WITH IT A WHILE ESPECIALLY US
GUYS WHO ARE SELF EMPLOYED AND STUFF
AND WORKING FOR THEMSELVES. HOPEFULLY
IT DOESN'T AFFECT OUR ECONOMY HERE AS
FAR AS CUSTOMER WISE AND HAVING TO
CHARGE THEM MORE FOR MONEY FOR WORK
WE'RE DOING ON THEIR HOUSES.



RUNS=20 (END SOT)



OQ=for work we're doing on their


houses.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



The bargain didn't last. The
station ran out of regular, and the
store's supplier raised prices for all
grades of gasoline at mid-morning.

(END VO)

(END VO)


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LEO in WX CENTER LEO IN WX CENTER


SKYTRACKER FULL RADAR


WXPRO/FULL PRECISIONCAST

STORY


LEO TOSS TO KIM LEO TOSS TO KIM








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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
HARD MUSIC UNDER Still to come on the newscast,
hundreds of Iraqis on a pilgrimage

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT are killed in a stampede and bridge


collapse.

We'll have the details after the
break.
END VO END VO

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A religious procession in Iraq


turns into a disaster today, with
nearly 700 people killed in a stampede.

It's the single biggest confirmed
loss of life in Iraq since the U- S
invasion.

Stacy Case reports.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=Iraqi health officials




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq


*CG 2line Abdul-Matalib Mohammed
Iraqi Health Minister
*CG 2line Stacy Case
Reporting




RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=Case, CBS News. <<



(END SOT) ---



LOCATOR: BAGHDAD



NAT: scene



TRACK: IRAQI HEATH OFFICIALS SAY THE
DEATH TOLL COULD REACH 1,000 IN A

STAMPEDE ON A BAGHDAD BRIDGE.



NAT: scene



TRACK: IT HAPPENED AS SHIITE MUSLIMS
WERE CROSSING THE BRIDGE DURING A

RELIGIOUS PROCESSION WEDNESDAY.
IRAQ'S INTERIOR MINISTER SAYS THE

BRIDGE DID NOT COLLAPSE, INSTEAD---


PANIC BROKE OUT WHEN SOMEONE

SHOUTED THAT THERE WAS A SUICIDE BOMBER
ON THE BRIDGE.



SUPER: ABDUL-MUTALIB MOHAMMED/IRAQI
HEALTH MINISTER

this led to a very horrible chaos and
very horrible terror so that the

groups and troops of people start to
run in an uncontrolled way and this


led to suffocation of so many people.



TRACK: MOST OF THE DEAD WERE TRAMPLED.
SOME FELL INTO THE TIGRIS RIVER

AND DROWNED.



NAT: scene



TRACK: AMBULANCES AND PRIVATE CARS
FERRIED HUNDREDS OF SURVIVORS TO

SEVERAL HOSPITALS, WHILE VOLUNTEERS
WADED IN THE WATER SEARCHING FOR

OTHERS. IRAQ'S INTERIOR MINISTER SAYS
MOST OF THE DEAD ARE WOMEN AND

CHILDREN.



NAT:

TRACK: THE CHAOS WAS PERHAPS FUELED BY
A MORTAR ATTACK TWO HOURS EARLIER

WHICH PUT EVERYONE ON EDGE.



STAND UP CLOSE; STACY CASE/REPORTING

>>
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Victory Stadium The first football game of the season


was played last Friday night at Victory

stadium.

That despite the problems facing the
aging structure.

The city worked for months to get
the stadium to a point where it could
allow the games to take place.

Still some believe Roanoke hasn't
done enough.

Justin McLeod reports.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
Last Friday
:00
*CG 2line Mia Webb-Fittz
Roanoke Resident
:12
*CG 2line Kathy Stockburger
Roanoke School Board Chairperson
:23
*CG 2line Brian Wishneff
Roanoke City Council
:42
*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:29



RUNS=1:37 (END SOT)




OQ=jm, news 7 <<((NAT SOUND OF THE GAME on tape 2 at


4:48:57))

When we visited Victory Stadium on
Friday, we found plenty of fencing
(shot at 5:29:07), caution tape (tape 2
at 4:51:07), and porta johns. (shot at
5:45:41)

Fans were clearly unhappy.

SOT FULL 5:31:56 SOT FULL



INQ=This whole prison MIA WEBB FITTZ: THIS WHOLE PRISON LOOK


WITH THE FENCES AND PORTA POTTIES THAT
IT'S JUST UNFORTUNATE.

RUN06 (END SOT)



OQ=JUST UNFORTUNATE So do city leaders agree?



We asked the chairwoman of the school
board.

SOT FULL 15:47:35 SOT FULL



INQ=It's really difficult KATHY STOCKBURGER/SCHOOL BOARD


CHAIRWOMAN: IT'S REALLY DIFFICULT TO
GET EXCITED ABOUT COMING TO THE STADIUM
IN ITS CURRENT STATE.

RUN06 (END SOT)



OQ=CURRENT STATE But at least one city councilman gave


us a different take.

SOT FULL 15:59:46 SOT FULL



INQ=I think generally BRIAN WISHNEFF/CITY COUNCIL MEMBER: I


THINK GENERALLY PEOPLE WERE HAPPY WITH
IT.

RUN03 (END SOT)




OQ=with it Brian Wishneff was at Friday night's


game.

He wonders if the complaints about
the stadium are much ado about nothing.

SOT FULL 16:02:49 SOT FULL



INQ=On one side BRIAN WISHNEFF/CITY COUNCIL MEMBER: ON


ONE SIDE IT IS LESS THAN IDEAL. ON THE
OTHER SIDE I THINK US ADULTS MAKE A
MOUNTAIN OUT OF A MOLE HILL BECAUSE IF
YOU TALK TO THE KIDS THEY CAN'T EVEN
TELL YOU IF THERE WAS A FENCE THERE.

RUN11 (END SOT)



OQ=a fence there Wishneff does however believe the


city should have fixed up the stadium
more.

The school system is so unhappy with
the current condition of the stadium it
plans to find another facility for next
season.

SOT FULL 15:50:27 SOT FULL



INQ=It's a difficult KATHY STOCKBURGER/SCHOOL BOARD


CHAIRWOMAN: IT'S A DIFFICULT
ASSIGNMENT. THERE ARE NOT TOO MANY
FOOTBALL STADIUMS HANGING AROUND NOT
BEING USED.

RUN05 (END SOT)



OQ=BEING USED





SOT FULL 16:03:21 SOT FULL




INQ=I wish them BRIAN WISHNEFF/CITY COUNCILMAN: I WISH


THEM LUCK, GOOD LUCK.

RUN02 (END SOT)



OQ=GOOD LUCK Whatever happens, football will


continue here at Victory Stadium for
the rest of the season.

SOT FULL 15:52:22 SOT FULL



INQ=I think people KATHY STOCKBURGER/SCHOOL BOARD


CHAIRWOMAN: I THINK PEOPLE ARE TIRED
OF BEING PATIENT SO I'M NOT TELLING
THEM TO BE PATIENT FOR THE LONG HAUL.
I AM TELLING THEM TO BEAR WITH US THIS
SEASON.

RUN12 (END SOT)



OQ=WITH US THIS SEASON





SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE SCHOOL


SYSTEM HAS AGREED TO MORE TEMPORARY
FIXES AT VICTORY STADIUM. THEY INCLUDE
ANOTHER ENTRANCE AND PORTABLE
BLEACHERS. JUSTIN McLEOD, NEWS 7.

RUNS= (END SOT)>>



OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
SOFT MUSIC UNDER Up next on the newscast, doctors

look at a new treatment to help men
with enlarged prostates.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus we'll see what happened when


store owner got Medieval on a would be
robber.
END VO END VO
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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None By age 60 almost 80 percent of men will


have experienced the symptoms of an
enlarged prostate.

One of those symptoms includes problems
going to the bathroom.
ROLL HEALTHCHECK ROLL HEALTHCHECK

Now a new high tech procedure can

correct the problem quickly.

Doctor Sean Kenniff reports in this
Healthcheck 7 report.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG locator Delray Beach, FL


*CG 2line Harold Bernstein
Prostate Patient


*CG 2line Dr. Sean Kenniff
CBS News


*CG 2line Dr. Lawrence Yore
Yore Urology



RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= <<



(END SOT) (nats)(Delray Beach, FL)



LIKE MOST MEN 60 YEAR-OLD HAROLD
BERNSTEIN EVENTUALLY DEVELOPED AN

ELARGED PROSTATE--OR BPH.



(SOT- Harold Bernstein/Has Enlarged


Prostate)

"My bladder was not emptying, my kidney
was in jeopardy."




MEDICATIONS COULD HELP, BUT HE NEEDED
SOMETHING MORE IMMEDIATE.

TRADITIONAL SURGERY--CALLED A
TURP--WOULD PUT HIM IN THE HOSPITAL FOR
A

FEW DAYS, AND HE COULD BE LEFT
IMPOTENT.



(SOT- Harold Bernstein/Has Enlarged


Prostate)

"I had many sleepless nights thinking
about that and about walking

around with a catheter for days or
weeks on end."



THAT'S WHEN HE HEARD ABOUT THE
GREENLIGHT PROCEDURE.



(BRIDGE: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS
NEWS/Delray Beach, FL)

The greenlight procedure has several
advantages over traditional

prostate surgery--First it's less
invasive, it's less painful and it has

little recovery time.



UROLOGIST DR. LAWRENCE YORE USES
GREENLIGHT AND SAYS IT'S A REAL


ADVANCE.



(SOT-Dr. Lawrence Yore/Yore Urology)



"Instead of using electrical energy, it
uses a laser to vaporize the

prostate tissue."



(animation)

AS THE PROSTATE GROWS IN SIZE , IT CAN
NARROW THE URETHRA AND BLOCK

URINE FLOW. DURING THE GREENLIGHT
PROCEDURE A SMALL SCOPE IS THREADED UP

THE URETHRA TO THE POINT OF NARROWING.

THEN THE PROSTATE TISSUE IS LASERED
AWAY, AND THE URETHRA IS OPENED.

PATIENTS USUALLY GO HOME THE SAME DAY.

THE PROCEDURE CAN BE REPEATED IF
NECESSARY, BUT THE RESULTS ARE

IMMEDIATE AND LONG LASTING.



(SOT-Dr. Lawrence Yore/Yore Urology)



"Most of my patients who are in there
sixties or seventies we give them

a 25 year guarantee."



THE GREENLIGHT SURE WORKED FOR HAROLD.



(SOT- Harold Bernstein/Has Enlarged


Prostate)


"No pain whatsoever."



AND HE SAYS THE GREENLIGHT COULD GIVE
MANY MEN THEIR LIFE BACK.

DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.



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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None You often hear about store owners


protecting themselves from robbers with
guns-- or even baseball bats.

But in Washington State, a
business owner took a more MEDIEVAL
approach.


ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Auburn, WA

Store surveillance video shows a man
entering the Sunshine Grocery.

He puts on a paintball mask, and
displays a gun to the owner's wife
behind the counter.

At that point, the owner starts
hitting him with a sword.


He didn't use the blade, but started
whacking the robber with the hard case
that surrounds it-- which was enough to
make the robber flee.

Police say they don't recommend
taking that kind of action against
robbers.

And in this case, the man went on to
allegedly commit eight other robberies.

(END VO) (END VO)


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP
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four.
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
SPORTS MUSIC UNDER The first round of the U.S. Open
comes to an end with a big upset.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Coming up next, find out which



tennis star is packing his bags and
heading home early.
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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Tennis Andy Roddick has lost more than just


his mojo.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The fourth seed in the U-S Open lost


his first round match against Gilles
Muller of Luxembourg.

The 68th rated player in the world
hit 24 aces as he beat Roddick 7-6,
7-6, 7-6.


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=VT-NCSTATE They're ranked in the Top 10 by


nearly every poll.

This week the Virginia Tech
Hokies are getting ready for their
season opener against N.C. State on the
road.

The last thing the team needs is
a distraction, but it's hard to ignore
the devastation down the Gulf Coast-- a
place that the Hokie Nation has visited
quite frequently in the Beamer years.

Mike Stevens has the details from
Blacksburg.

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*CG locator New Orleans, LA
January 2000
:00


*CG file This Week
:12


*CG 2line Frank Beamer
19th Season at Virginia Tech
:22



*CG 2line Cedric Humes
Virginia Tech Senior Running Back
:43


*CG file January
:52


*CG 2line Darryl Tapp
Virginia Tech Senior Defensive End
1:10


*CG 2line Eddie Royal
Virginia Tech Sophomore Receiver
1:30


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
1:54



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OQ=...NEWS 7 SPORTS



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