10/1/05

News-7 at 11:00


MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM
ON CAM Coming up on News Seven,

GRAPHIC=None



ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT



A Roanoke family pushes for answers
after two unsolved murders.

Volunteers give the Roanoke River bank
a much needed cleaning.

And dozens of girls get down to
business at a local career conference.


Plus, it's a hometown affair in the
square as WDBJ turns 50.

(END VO) (END VO)



News Seven at Eleven is next.

*OPE OPEN APR SOT 11:00 Open e2013 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 0ejones APRISA 1380:36 0:15 0:00 0:15 --------

*CG 4064
News 7 at 11 Banner


*CG standup Myranda Stephens
mstephens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
*VOP Myranda Video-Open 2 VO News 7 @ 11 4054 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones VidOpe 1380:51 0:15 0:00 0:15 ej--------
ENG#=2





VO-NAT VO-NAT

MYRANDA ON VO

MYRANDA ON VO

A Roanoke family remembers a loved one
lost seven years ago today. But that's
just the first tragedy, and relatives

want justice.

(END VO)




MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens
01 Penn Murder 3 pkg Hold --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 05-46 14:02 jbu 1381:06 0:14 1:55 2:09 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News7@11 Seven years ago today a Roanoke


landlord was gunned down.

And just this past August, his
SON was murdered.

Both cases are unsolved.

Jeremy Butterfield talked with
family members today who are asking for
one thing.... closure.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=This Patterson Avenue


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG locator Roanoke
October 1, 1998
:06
*CG 2line Deborah Penn-Robinson
Jimmie Penn's Daughter
:16

*CG 2line Renea Penn-Taylor
Jimmie Penn's Daughter
:36
*CG 2line Michael Penn
Jimmie Penn's Nephew
:55
*CG 2line Sahvaliel Malik
Jimmie Penn's Brother
1:15
*CG 2line Cornelia Penn
Jimmie Penn's Mother
1:29
*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:41

RUNS=1:55 (END SOT)



OQ=News7, Roanoke. <<



(END SOT) This Patterson Avenue home in


Roanoke is empty today, but seven years
ago, it looked much different.

October 1st, 1998, Jimmie Penn
was shot and killed here.

Penn's daughter Deborah says
since then, the family has fought an
uphill battle.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @01:51:53



DEBORAH PENN-ROBINSON:WE ARE BASICALLY
WHERE WE WERE SEVEN YEARS AGO. WITHOUT

A DAD AND NO ANSWERS.

RUN:06 (END SOT)



OQ= There are two faces pictured on


the Penn's t-shirts.

In August the family lost Jamie
Penn, Jimmie Penn's son.

In both cases, the Penn family
says they know who did it, and they
cannot understand why police have made
no arrests.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @01:59:27



RENEA PENN-TAYLOR:A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT
OF EVIDENCE AND I FEEL CONFIDENT THAT I
KNOW WHO DID IT. I FEEL CONFIDENT THAT
THE ROANOKE CITY POLICE KNOW WHO DID
IT, BUT THEY LACK EITHER THE EXPERTISE
OR THE DESIRE TO BRING CLOSURE

RUN:10 (END SOT)



OQ= Candles are lit at the scene of


their father's murder to show they
still remember that day seven years
ago.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @02:08:06



MICHAEL PENN:IF WE FORGET IT'S EASY FOR
THEM TO FORGET. I'M NOT SAYING THAT
THEY ARE NOT TRYING TO DO THEIR JOB,
BUT IT'S BEEN SEVEN YEARS. SO THE

PURPOSE FOR US TO BE HERE TO LET THEM
KNOW THAT WE HAVEN'T FORGOTTEN AND
WE'RE NOT EVER GOING TO FORGET AND WERE
STILL WAITING ON IT TO BE SOLVED.

RUN:14 (END SOT)



OQ= The Penns have tried America's


Most Wanted, the FBI, and at one time a
family hotline.

Jimmie's brother is now asking
for help from a different community.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @02:10:44



SAHVALIEL MALIK:I'M ASKING THE CHURCH
COMMUNITY, THE REVERNENDS, TO SPEAK
WITH THEIR PARISHIONERS AND ASK THEM TO
DO THE RIGHT THING.

RUN:09 (END SOT)



OQ= If there is one thing that the


family has answered in the last seven
years, it's this.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @02:13:31



CORNELIA PENN:WE ALWAYS PULL TOGETHER,
STICK WITH EACH OTHER. AND MY SON I
LOVE HIM, AND MY GRANDSON. THAT'S ALL I
HAVE TO SAY.

RUN:10 (END SOT)



OQ= BUTT BUTT BUTT



SOT FULL SOT FULL




INQ= @02:41:50



JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:THE ROANOKE CITY
POLICE DEPARTMENT IS STILL
INVESTIGATING THIS SEVEN YEAR OLD
SHOOTING AND IF ANYONE HAS INFORMATION
ABOUT THE MURDER OF JIMMIE PENN OR HIS
SON JAMIE, THEY ARE ASKED TO CALL THE
ROANOKE CITY CRIME LINE. JEREMY
BUTTERFIELD, NEWS 7, ROANOKE.

RUN:11 (END SOT)



OQ= >>


TAKE CRIMELINE FS TAKE FS GFX
MYRANDA ON GFX MYRANDA ON GFX

And that Crimeline number is
540-344-8500.
END GFX END GFX

* ------- Crimeline FS E546 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 0ejones 1383:15 0:00 0:00 0:00 --------

02 River Cleanup 4 vo/b None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 05-33 1:35:48 jbu 1383:15 0:31 0:15 0:46 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None If there was any question whether


the Roanoke River needed a facelift,
nearly 400 volunteers answered that
question today.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT 14
VO-NAT





*CG locator Roanoke

They weren't bringing out trash
by the *shovelful* -- but by the
truckload.

The volunteers collected 25-50
tons of trash and debris in Roanoke
alone -- during today's Fall Waterway
Clean-Up.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=I would hope it




*CG 2line Gary Hegner
Roanoke City Park Superintendent @17:07:42

GARY:I WOULD HOPE IT WOULD CAUSE
ADDITIONAL CIVIC PRIDE. IT'S SOMETHING
WE CAN ALL BE PROUD OF. IF THE RIVER IS
CLEAN, IF WE HAVE A GOOD PLACE FOR
RECREATION, WHETHER IT'S FISHING OR
KAYAKING OR CANOEING. IF YOUR GOING
THROUGH THERE AND YOU SEE ALL KINDS OF
TRASH ARE YOU GOING TO WANT TO GO BACK.
PROBABLY NOT.

RUNS=:15 (END SOT)



OQ=probably not.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



By lunchtime, the volunteers took
a much-needed break from the trash

collection.

Organizers say not all of the
debris collected was man-made.

Flooding from years gone by has
left fallen trees along the banks of
the river that had to be taken away as
well.

(END VO) (END VO)


03 Wildfires 1 vo Wildfire 4242 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1mstephens Net myr 1384:01 0:28 0:00 0:28 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Wild Fire Across the country, hundreds of


Southern California residents are now
going back to their homes, after being
chased out of them by wildfire.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Topanga Canyon, CA

Firefighters battling a 24-thousand
acre wildfire are getting help from
higher humidity and lower winds.

Hundreds of homes were threatened, but
they've been able to spare all but
about two.

Smoke from the blaze has prompted a
health advisory in Los

Angeles.

*CG locator Burbank, CA

Meanwhile, another fire has sprung
to life in the Burbank area, where
people are being urged to evacuate 70
homes.

(END VO) (END VO)


*tos Toss-2-Brent Adlib Skytracker7 Box E196 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones None 1384:29 0:10 0:00 0:10 ej--------

Myranda Tosses to Brent
*WX1 Brent WX1 Adlib --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones None 1384:39 0:30 0:00 0:30 ej--------
MCU Standing Position #2




WXPRO/FULL Weather Maps


Brent On Cam Toss back to anchor
04 Bali Bombings 2 vo None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones Net sra 1385:09 0:26 0:00 0:26 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Powerful explosions ripped through


three restaurants in a popular Pacific
tropical resort, killing twenty-five
people.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Bali, Indonesia

The series of bombs in Bali also
wounded more than one hundred people.

This is the second time in three years
terrorists have targeted tourism in
Bali.

There's no claim of responsibility, but
suspicions center on the al-Qaida
linked group blamed for the first
bombings three years ago.

Intelligence agencies have repeatedly
warned the group was plotting more
attacks, despite a string of arrests.

(END VO) (END VO)


05 New Orleans 3 pkg Katrina Recover 4734 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones Net myr 1385:35 0:16 1:27 1:43 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Katrina Recovery Back in our country, the plan to let


residents back into New Orleans zip
code by zip code continues this
weekend.

But...for many who lived in areas
flooded by Hurricane Katrina, it will
be a long time before they once again
can call their houses home.

J-J Ramberg has more.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL




INQ=


*CG 2line Benny Naghi
New Orleans Resident
:36
*CG 2line J.J. Ramberg
Reporting
1:24



RUNS=1:27 (END SOT)



OQ=STD <<



(END SOT) BENNY: I mean this was a desk, it just


fell down.



JJ:This was a desk right here?



BENNY: Smashed.



--TRACK--



SMASHED, RUINED, RIPPED APART. THOSE
ARE THE WORDS BENNY NAGHI NOW USES TO

DESCRIBE THE HOUSE HE LIVED IN FOR MORE
THAN TWELEVE YEARS.



--natsound--



jj:i mean this carpet is still so wet,
it's squishing as we walk in it.




--TRACK--



A LITTLE MORE THAN A MONTH AGO HE
EVACUATED HIS NEW ORLEANS HOME FOR
HURRICANE

KATRINA, -- CERTAIN HE'D BE BACK A
COUPLE OF DAYS LATER.



--SOT--





i make sure i clean the table because
you know when you come back, you want
the

house to be clean. but boy i
miscalculated it.



--TRACK--



NOW, THAT TABLE AND MOST EVERYTHING
ELSE HE OWNS NEEDS TO BE THROWN OUT.



--SOT--





it's horrible to see all your memories
is gone in one second.



--TRACK--



MOLD IS GROWING EVERYWHERE. ON HIS

WALLSHIS MULTI THOUSAND DOLLAR PERSIAN

RUGSTHE TWO HUNDRED YEAR OLD PAINTINGS
THAT HIS DAD BROUGHT HIM FROM IRAN.



--SOT--





i'm not touching it, i think i can
restore it.



--TRACK--



NAGHI SAYS AT TIMES, IT'S OVERWHELMING.
BUT HE LOVES NEW ORLEANS AND DOESN'T

WANT TO LEAVE.



--SOT--





Could you actually salvage the house.
I'm not sure. But for now, we have to
do what we have to do for now, and I
think about later later.



JJ , REPORTING FROM NEW ORLEANS, NEWS
7.

>>

*T1 Myranda Tease#1 4 VO --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones Tease1 1387:18 0:15 0:02 0:17 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM


A big birthday bash for Your Hometown
Station. The *golden details* are just
ahead.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL REESE, YOU GOTTA SIT DOWN OR YOU'RE
INQ=Reese, you COMING OUT.



RUNS=02 (END SOT)



OQ=or you're coming out.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



And what's going on, here? Dad's
taking the kids for a ride - in a
police car.

(END VO) (END VO)

WIPE WIPE WIPE

*SP Sports-Preview 1 SOT --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones SPrev 1387:35 0:00 0:20 0:20 ej--------
ENG#=1


WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=He, everybody <

the News 7 sports office. Coming up
later, the Hokies are victorious in
perhaps their final trip to Morgantown.
Uva gets shell shocked in College Park
and VMI gets a W to open Big South
play. Plus Ferrum keeps rolling and

the baseball races go down to the wire.
All that and more on the way in
sports.>>

RUNS=20 (END SOT)



OQ=in sports."



(END SOT)



COMM-#1 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 0dseidel 1387:55 2:05 0:00 2:05 --------
*MOp Mini-Open APR SOT 11 Mini Open e2016 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
02/03/2005 0ejones APRISA 1390:00 0:15 0:00 0:15 --------

06 Affair in the Squa 1 vo/b None 4760 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 05-38 1:01:39 sra 1390:15 0:29 0:13 0:42 ej--------

++MINI OPEN++


MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Affair in the Square The Roaring Twenties came back to life


tonight at this year's Affair in the
Square.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT 14
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The annual event has been a way for
folks to dance, mingle, and get a taste
of Roanoke's finest restaurants.

Tonight was no exception with gangster

suits and flapper style.

This year's Affair in the Square also
had a few birthdays to celebrate.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=This is




*CG 2line Jim Sears
President of Center in the Square THIS IS A GREAT EVENT TONIGHT.
EVERYONE IS HAVING A WONDERFUL TIME.
WE ARE CELEBRATING THE FIFTIETH
BIRTHDAY FOR THREE SIGNIFICANT
ORGANIZATIONS IN TOWN ONE OF THEM BEING
WDBJ SO THAT MAKES THE EVENT REALLY
GREAT.

RUNS=13 (END SOT)



OQ=really great





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The event is the center's largest
fundraiser, and all proceeds go toward
keeping the Center in the Square open
to the public.

Organizers says turnout was everything
they had hoped for.

(END VO) (END VO)


07 Memory Walk 2 vo/b None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 05-43 26:00 mst 1390:57 0:40 0:41 1:21 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM


GRAPHIC=None Earlier today, downtown Roanoke was


full of folks taking in more than the
sights and sounds of the Market area.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT 14
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Several hundred people turned out
this morning for the Alzheimer's
Association's annual Memory Walk at
Elmwood Park.

It's estimated that more than 72
thousand people in this region alone
are affected by the disease.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=YEAH, IT'S....




*CG 2line Jeremy Laughon
Memory Walk Committee Chairman
:00


*CG 2line Annette Clark
Alzheimer's Regional Director
:18





RUNS=33 (END SOT)



OQ=...TO THEIR GRANDCHILDREN






VO-NAT VO-NAT 15



The goal of this year's Memory
Walk was to not only raise that level
of awareness, but also to raise 60
thousand dollars.

The walk got a boost as Sigma
Kappa sorority sisters from Radford and
Virginia Tech offered their assistance.

(END VO) (END VO)



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I THINK THAT...





RUNS=:08 (END SOT)



OQ=...hope for the future." VO-NAT 10 + PAD



The walkers got a musical lift
this morning from members of the
Northwest Jazz Band, and the very
appropriately named bluegrass group -
the Foggy Memory Boys.

(END VO) (END VO)
VO-NAT


08 County PD Open Hou 3 vo/b None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 05-32 1:33:10 jbu 1392:18 0:38 0:11 0:49 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None And something different from Roanoke


COUNTY.

If you ever sit in a police car, it's
likely to be in the back seat, but not

today. This time, you could get behind
wheel.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT 11
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The Roanoke County Police
Department Open House offers a hands-on
approach to getting a look into the
life of an officer.

Sometimes that means BENDING the
law.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=They get to




*CG 2line Eric Hubble
Roanoke County Police Officer @00:05:03

ERIC HUBBLE:THEY GET TO RUN THE LIGHTS
AND SIRENS. THEY GET TO DRIVE, TAKE
THEM UP AROUND NORTHSIDE AND THAT TYPE
OF THING. GIVE THEM THE EXPERIENCE OF
WHAT IT'S LIKE TO LEGALLY BREAK THE
SPEED LIMIT FOR A LITTLE BIT.

RUNS=:11 (END SOT)



OQ=little bit.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



While the parents were speeding
away in a police cruiser, the kids got

their hands on some of the Roanoke
County SWAT team's firearms.

Of course, the four-legged
officers weren't left out.

Drug and bomb-sniffing dogs put
on demonstrations throughout the
afternoon.

Officers say the event is a good
way to connect with the community they
serve.

(END VO) (END VO)


09 Career Conference 1 vo/b None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 05-40 32:37 myr 1393:07 0:24 0:21 0:45 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Stay focused and be ready.



ENG#=4 VO-NAT 22
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

That was the theme of today's "Career
Building Conference for Girls" hosted
by Ebenezer A-M-E Church in Roanoke.

The conference was designed to help
girls in grades six through twelve get
on the fast track to career
development, through interactive
workshops on journalism, cosmetology,
nursing, law enforcement,

entrepreneurship and job training.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=




*CG 2line Michaela Trotter
7th Grade
:00


*CG 2line Kristen Coles
11th Grade
:07


*CG 2line Brittany Smith
8th Grade 17:13 MICHAELA TROTTER: IT WAS REALLY :16 FUN AND INFORMATIVE, I LEARNED A LOT OF
STUFF I DIDN'T KNOW BEFORE
19////KIRSTEN COLES/11TH GRADE: 1645 I
NEVER REALLY WANTED TO BE A NURSE, BUT
MORE IN THE ORTHODONTISTRY FIELD, SO
IT'S MAKING ME TAKE A SECOND LOOK AND
MAYBE EVEN CONSIDER NURSING 53 BRITTANY
SMITH/8TH GRADE: 1455 I LIKED THE
BECOMING YOUR OWN BOSS PART, AND
ENTREPRENEUR , THAT'S SOMETHING I
REALLY WANT TO LOOK FORWARD TO DOING 02

RUNS=21 (END SOT)



OQ=look forward to doing.





VO-NAT VO-NAT




Organizers say the conference was such
a success, they hope to do it again
NEXT YEAR for boys.

(END VO) (END VO)



*T2 Myranda Tease#2 2 VO --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones Tease2 1393:52 0:15 0:00 0:15 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

The weather will change a lot before
October is over. Still ahead, our
*Weather Almanac* takes a look ahead.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And it may not be winter yet, but


public skating returns to Roanoke. But
how long it will stay is still a big
question.

(END VO) (END VO)

COMMERCIAL

COMM-#2 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 0dseidel 1394:07 2:00 0:00 2:00 --------

10 Ice Station 1 vo None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 05-31 1:29:20 jbu 1396:07 0:27 0:00 0:27 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Now that cooler weather is back with


us, so is the return of public ice
skating in Roanoke, at least for a
while.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The Ice Station skating rink is
*still* for sale, but owners have
decided to open the ice to the public
while they wait for a buyer.

You can again find this familiar
scene at the ice station Saturdays from
1-30 to 4 p.m.

In November, Sundays may be added
to the public schedule but that has yet
to be decided.

(END VO) (END VO)


11 Harvest Festival 2 vo/b None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 05-36 35:20 jbu 1396:34 0:21 0:08 0:29 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The start of October means it's


time to bring out the pumpkins.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT 10
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

There was no shortage of pumpkins
at the Harvest Festival this afternoon.

Some were obviously a novelty,
but there were plenty more for all your

fall decorating needs.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Not so much




*CG 2line Selena McNeil
Pumpkin Farmer @11:55:24

SELENA:NOT SO MUCH HALLOWEEN NOW BUT
JUST FALL. PEOPLE HAVE THE OUTSIDE
DECORATIONS AS WELL AS THE TYPICAL
JACK-O'-LANTERNS SO IT'S BEEN GOOD.

RUNS=:08 (END SOT)



OQ=been good.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



McNeil says the recent dry spell
hasn't hurt her crop, but only time
will tell whether pumpkin sales will be
up this year.

(END VO) (END VO)


WEATHER TOSS WEATHER TOSS
* 2Shot WX-Toss Adlib --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 0dseidel None 1397:03 0:30 0:00 0:30 --------

12 Wx-Almanac 3 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 1397:33 0:10 0:55 1:05 ej--------

BRENT ON CAM BRENT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None September went down as the driest


month on record for many hometowns. But

can we make up for it this month?
Here's Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
with your October almanac.
NOTE: VERY LITTLE HEAD PAD AT START!

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Summer has come


*CG 305


Leo Super at :00



RUNS=55 (END SOT)



OQ=I'm meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner. < (END SOT) available.>>



COMM-#3 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 0dseidel 1398:38 2:05 0:00 2:05 --------

*WU Brent Weather Adlib Weather Mini e2017 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones None 1400:43 2:30 0:00 2:30 ej--------

WxBUG/FULL WEATHER ALMANAC


COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL


APRISA WEATHER MINI OPEN
WEATHER MINI OPEN
CK/SKYTRACKER RADAR ANALYSIS


CK/WXPRO WEATHER MAPS


FORECASTS

EXTENDED FORECAST
* 3Shot WX-Sports-Toss --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 0dseidel 1403:13 0:20 0:00 0:20 --------

*S01 Travis S-Extra 1 VO/B --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/02/2005 0dgraham SpTeas 1403:33 0:24 0:55 1:19 ej--------

TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up, Vick and the Hokies


roll out of Morgantown with win number
5 on the season, Uva is a homecoming
treat for the Terps, plus Ferrum and
VMI highlights and an update on
baseball's playoff chase, but first our
extra point,

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Greensboro, NC
USA There are co-leaders after three :00 rounds at the Greater Greensboro
Chrysler Classic. D-J Trahan fired a
66 this afternoon, while KJ Choi carded
a 67. Both golfers sit at 16-under
par.

(END VO) (END VO)



(TAKE SCORES)

<<
*CG colfball j

Virginia Tech #3


34


West Virginia
17







Virginia #18


33
j
Maryland
45


*CG colfball j
VMI
10


Liberty
7




j
James Madison
42


Hofstra
10



*CG colfball


Averett
40
j
Ferrum
55




j
Bridgewater
31


Hampden-Sydney
24


*CG colfball


Emory & Henry
21
j
Methodist
55




j
Washington & Lee
44



Randolph-Macon
7


*CG colfball


Ball State
0
j

Boston College #21


38




j
Navy
28


Duke
21


*CG colfball


Syracuse
14
j

Florida State #6


38







South Florida
7



Miami #9


27
4


*CG colfball


Utah
17
j
North Carolina
31






Clemson
27
j
Wake Forest
34


*CG colfball j

Southern Cal #1


38



Arizona State #14



28




j

Texas #2


51


Missouri
20


*CG colfball j

LSU #4


37


Mississippi St.
7







Florida #5


3
j

Alabama #15


31


*CG colfball


Mississippi
10

j

Tennessee #10


27




j
Michigan
34


Michigan St.
31


Final in OT


*CG colfball >>


Notre Dame #13


49



Purdue #22


21
4





Minnesota #18


14
j
Penn State
44




RUNS=55



OUTCUE=last score."



S01 COMM-#4 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/29/2005 0ejones 1404:52 2:00 0:00 2:00 --------

* Sports --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 1406:52 0:00 0:00 0:00 --------

S02 TRAVIS S-HOKIES 1 PKG TECH 6126 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones SP-198 102 1406:52 0:17 2:07 2:24 --------

TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=TECH The Hokies traveled to wild,


wonderful West Virginia where the Tech
defense gave up a couple of big plays
before buckling down, and Marcus Vick
was nearly perfect completing 15 of 17
passes for 177 yards giving Tech
perhaps the final victory in the 33
year series between the Hokies and
Mountaineers.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Morgantown, WV
Hokies vs. Mountaineers
:00

*CG final Virginia Tech #3



34
West Virginia
17
1:18


*CG 2line Frank Beamer
Hokies 5 and 0
1:25
*CG 2line Eddie Royal
6 Receptions, 71 Yards, TD
1:33
*CG 2line Marcus Vick
15-17, 177 Yards, 2 TD's
1:41
*CG 2line Jeff King
TD Catch vs. WVU
1:30



RUNS=2:07 (END SOT)



OQ=key for us." < (END SOT) to battle 3rd ranked Tech for the Black


Diamond Trophy one more time.

The Hokies braintrust talked
offensive strategy with Jeff King, It
was the defense though that gave Tech
good field position early.

Deep in Mountaineer territory,
Purnell Williams fumbles and Aaron
Rouse recovered for The Hokies, setting

up a golden scoring opportunity.

A few plays later, Marcus Vick
takes the shotgun snap and dives into
the endzone on the 10 yard keeper, to
put Tech on the board first 7-nothing.

Brandon Pace would knock back
a 35 yard field goal, his first of 2 on
the day and just like that it was
10-zip.

After a Mountaineer TD, Tech
answers as Vick connects with King in
the back of the endzone to make it 17-7
in favor of the Hokies.

Tech allowed two touchdowns in
a game for the first time since the
Carolina game last season. Pat White
goes to Dorrell Jalloh for a 46 yard
bomb, cutting the Tech cushion to 3.

The home team gained momentum,
but quickly lost it when Eddie Royal
made the grab on a 16 yard strike from
Vick. It was 24-14 Tech at the break.

Vick continued to impress in
the second half with his arms and his
legs, carrying the pigskin 23 yards to
setup another Tech score.

Cedric Humes cashed in,
finishing the Mountaineers off by
running four yards for a TD. The

Hokies went on to win the border war 34
to 17.>>
S03 TRAVIS S-HOOS 2 VO UVA 6122 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones SP-210 0044 1409:16 0:38 0:00 0:38 ej--------

TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=UVA Virginia scored more than enough


points to beat Maryland, but the Hoos
defense was missing in action most of
the afternoon, as the Terps pulled away
for a high scoring victory.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator College Park, MD
Raycom-JP Heritage High grad Chris Cook :00 tried to give UVA a spark in the first
half, picking off the Sam Hollenback
pass and taking it the distance, 30
yards to give UVA a 14-7 advantage.

But the Cavs gave up nearly 6
bills of total offense---571 to be


exact. Lance Ball finds the endzone
from 14 yards out for the Terps early
in the fourth quarter.
*CG final Virginia #18


33 Ball turned the trick again late Maryland in the game. Maryland hands UVA its 45 first loss 45 to 33.


(END VO) (END VO)


S04 TRAVIS S-VMI 3 VO VMI 6130 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones SP-209 1409:54 0:40 0:00 0:40 ej--------

TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=VMI VMI opened Big South play at


Liberty's Williams Stadium in the Hill
City. The Keydets and Flames locked up
in a defensive struggle.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg
Comcast Sports Net Cal McCombs was hoping his team :00 could break a three game losing skid
since winning the season opener.

Midway thru the second quarter,
Jonathan Wilson steps up in the pocket
and finds daylight on his way to a 34
yard touchdown run, giving VMI a
7-nothing lead.

The Flames threatened late in
the first half, but Brock Farrell has
his pass picked off by the Keydets
linebacker Justin Huggard and Huggie
bear turns in a good return. That led
to a field goal which was just enough. *CG final VMI VMI held on in the final two quarters 10 for a 10-7 win.

Liberty
7



(END VO) (END VO)


S05 TRAVIS S-FERRUM 4 VO FERRUM 6048 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones SP-203 3140 1410:34 0:52 0:00 0:52 ej--------

TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Ferrum The Ferrum Panthers put their 4 and


oh mark on the line at home against
visiting USA South foe Averett.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Ferrum
Cougars vs. Panthers They were wearing their Sunday :00 best on homecoming day at Adams
Stadium.

Averett took control early.
Quarterback Todd Parsons drops back and
finds Jeff Hughley and he takes it in
on a 34 yard scoring strike to make it
7-nothing Cougs.

Ferrum answered when backup
quarterback Lloyd Parker avoided the
rush and threw up a duck. It wasn't
pretty but Chris Silk hauled it in and
walked into the endzone. The PAT was
no good and the Panthers trailed by a

point.

Later, Parker called his own
number on the option keeper and crossed
the plane from a couple of yards out
and the shootout was on.

Averett marched right back
downfield. Parsons to Kyle Wilson in
the house for 6 more, *CG final Averett but Ferrum rallied down the stretch to 40 win a slugfest 55 to 40 staying Ferrum unbeaten.
55



(END VO) (END VO)


S06 TRAVIS S-ODAC 1 VO NONE WIPE --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones SP-201 1411:26 0:28 0:00 0:28 ej--------

WIPE TO VO WIPE TO VO NAT
ENG#=1



ANCHOR=TRAVIS




*CG locator Hampden-Sydney
Eagles vs. Tigers In the ODAC, Bridgewater traveled :00 to Hampden-Sydney for a midseason
showdown.

We pick this one up with under 3
minutes to play. Sydney's JD Ricca
goes to the air for Drew Smith good for
a 14 yard TD. It was tied at 24

apiece.

But Jacob Lewis, the Cave Spring
grad led the Eagles downfield, hitting
Brian Awkard on the quick pass, and
Awkard did the rest, scooting to a 39
yard score. *CG final Bridgewater That was the difference as Bridgewater 31 won its 30th straight ODAC game 31-24.
Hampden-Sydney
24



(END VO) (END VO)


* 2Shot Sports-News-Toss Adlib --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones None 1411:54 0:15 0:00 0:15 --------
K00 COMM-#5 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 0dseidel 1412:09 2:00 0:00 2:00 --------

K01 Myranda Weird Beards 1 vo None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones Net ejo 1414:09 0:26 0:00 0:26 ej--------

MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Finally, an event so hairy it takes


place just once every two years.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Berlin, Germany

Welcome to the World Beard and

Moustache Championships in Berlin.

230 leading members of the global
facial hair community are here from 21
countries.

Much more than a convention, it's a
competition before a jury of seven
hairdressers.

And this year, they're judging not only
the beards and moustaches but the
wardrobe as well.

We don't know if the top finisher won
by a hair.

(END VO) (END VO)


K02 3Shot Final-Weather Adlib --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones None 1414:35 0:15 0:00 0:15 ej--------


Final Weather 3 Shot Toss
WXPRO/FULL Tomorrow Forecasts
Three Shot Goodbye
*CLO 3Shot Close --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/01/2005 1ejones 1414:50 0:10 0:00 0:10 --------

*CG 4030
e-mail/Most Watched/Copyright/Weekends


*CG 4071
Fax/Most Watched/Copyright/Weekends




NEWSCAST ENDS --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/29/2005 0ejones 1415:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 --------


--
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 0dseidel 0:00 0:00 0:00 --------


--
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 0dseidel 0:00 0:00 0:00 --------


-- 01/28/2005 0dseidel 0:00 0:00 0:00 --------MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------