10/10/05

News 7 at Noon

SOT SOT


ENG=1 AS YOU CAN SEE IT'S COMPLETE
IN Q=AS YOU CAN SEE... DEVASTATION, WE'RE GOING TO DO WHAT WE
CAN. :58-1:02=04



END SOT END SOT



RUNS=04



OUT Q=DO WHAT WE CAN.




VO NAT VO NAT

ANCHOR=KIM ANCHOR=KIM



Rescuers are still finding
earthquake victims buried alive in
Pakistan.


And Taylor Behl's father say's
his daughter will probably be buried on
the day she was supposed to turn 18.

(END VO) (END VO)


*H2 LEO WX-Head --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham None 720:24 0:01 0:00 0:01 --------

LEO ON CAM LEO ON CAM

Wet weather continues. I'll have the
latest in your Skytracker 7 forecast.
KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

Stay with us. News 7 at noon is next.
*OPE Noon-Open APR Open Noon Open E2002 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
02/04/2005 1ejones Aprisa 720:25 0:10 0:00 0:10 --------

*CG 4054


*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


*CG 305
*V-O Video-Open 2 vo News 7 at Noon 4060 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham Net 720:35 0:10 0:00 0:10 --------
ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT KIMBERLY



Crews pull a Pakistani man to safety
after he was stuck beneath his house
for over two days--


That's just one of the stories of
rescue in the aftermath of Saturday's
earthquake on the border between
Pakistan and India.

Not everyone was so fortunate--

More than 20- thousand people are
confirmed dead and authorities believe
that number could rise even higher.


(END VO) (END VO)



ANCHOR=KIMBERLY KIM ON CAM



Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.


01 Pakistan-Earthquak -- live/gen Earthquake 4554 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham none 720:45 2:00 0:00 2:00 --------

ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Earthquake Help is on the way from all over the


world-- even from an unlikely source.

A Foreign Ministry spokeswoman says
Pakistan will accept relief aid for
earthquake victims from rival India.

The U- S is also moving quickly to
get aid into regions affected by the
deadly earthquake.

That, as rescue and recovery teams
continue digging out victims from the
rubble.

DOUBLE BOXES=Kimberly/Aleen DOUBLE BOXES




Aleen Sirgany joins us now from
Washington with the latest.

`LIVE=NEWSPATH (LIVE FULL)




*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
Reporting
*CG live Washington, DC

ENG#=



SOT FULL



INQ=Dawn breaks over Pakistan





*CG 2line Ryan Crocker (SOT FULL)


U. S. Ambassador to Pakistan
:10



RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=



<<((PKG))



TRACK: DAWN BREAKS OVER PAKISTAN...
WITH THE SOUND OF AIRPLANES ON THE

RUNWAY... BRINGING 50-MILLION DOLLARS
IN AID SHIPMENTS -- FROM THE

UNITED STATES.



(SOT: Ryan Crocker / US Ambassador to


Pakistan: "We have already got

relief supplies on the ground a T-17
came in last night with blankets


and tents from the US military.")



TRACK: AT LEAST 20-THOUSAND PEOPLE ARE
DEAD AFTER SATURDAY'S 7-POINT-6

MAGNITUDE QUAKE.... AND THAT NUMBER
COULD DOUBLE -- AS RESCUE TEAMS MAKE

THEIR WAY INTO REMOTE VILLAGES.



(NATSOT - kid being lifted out of


rubble)



TRACK: MEN ARE USING THEIR BARE HANDS
TO DIG THROUGH THE RUBBLE OF A

SCHOOL... AND RESCUE YOUNG CHILDREN,
TRAPPED INSIDE. IT'S DAY THREE OF

THIS MAKESHIFT RESCUE OPERATION. THEY
DID FIND A FEW CHILDREN ALIVE...

BUT THE MEN SAY, THEY CAN'T REACH THE
REST TRAPPED INSIDE... WITHOUT THE

GOVERNMENT'S HELP.



TRACK: AT LEAST 120-THOUSAND PEOPLE
NEED SHELTER RIGHT AWAY... AND

SOME AID AGENCIES ESTIMATE SOME
4-MILLION PEOPLE COULD END UP HOMELESS

-- IN THE WAKE OF SOUTH ASIA'S
STRONGEST EARTHQUAKE, IN A CENTURY.



(SOT: Ryan Crocker / US Ambassador to



Pakistan: "when crisis hits an

ally, another ally steps forward. That
is what we have done.")

>>

LIVE=NEWSPATH (LIVE FULL)




*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
Reporting
*CG live Washington, DC


02 Behl-Interview 3 vob Taylor Behl 2296 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham ## 722:17 0:30 0:15 0:45 --------

ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Taylor Behl Taylor Behl would have turned 18 on


Thursday.

Instead, her father says she'll
likely be buried that day.

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




*CG file File Tape

The V-C-U freshman's body was found
in a shallow grave last Wednesday, a
month after she was reported missing.

Taylor's father, Matt Behl appeared
on "The Early Show" this morning.

Behl says he met Ben Fawley, a
Richmond photographer who authorities

say is one of the last people to see
Taylor before she disappeared.

SOT FULL (SOT FULL)
INQ=It wasn't until




*CG 2line Matt Behl
Taylor Behl's Father Matt Behl/Taylor Behl's Father: It
wasn't until the discussion I had with
Taylor on the way home that from VCU
after she had spent the day visiting,
going to classes and things that we
talked about Ben and the fact that he
was 38 years old, which immediately
raised a red flag.

RUNS=20 (END SOT)



OQ=raised a red flag





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Fawley is being held without bond on
unrelated child pornography

charges.

He has NOT been charged in
connection with Taylor's death.



(END VO) (END VO)


03 PKG-11Debate Wrap 4 pkg Campaign 2005 4446 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham 05-46 20:38 jwi 723:02 0:15 2:05 2:20 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM


GRAPHIC=Campaign 2005 Virginia's two front- runners for


governor were hoping to use last
night's debate to pull ahead in a race
that's virtually dead even in the
polls.

However, candidates may have only
succeeded in appealing to their own
political bases.

Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon reports.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=It was a fast paced debate




*CG locator Richmond
:00




*CG 2line Tim Kaine

(D) Candidate for Governor


:10


*CG 2line Jerry Kilgore

(R) Candidate for Governor


:25


*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com
1:46




RUNS=2:05 (END SOT)



OQ=JW, NEWS 7, RICHMOND. < (END SOT) covering dozens of topics.



One that surfaced over and over
for Tim Kaine dealt with his religious
objection to the death penalty.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I can be trusted to follow 1:12:52 TIM KAINE: I CAN BE TRUSTED TO


FOLLOW MY OATH OF OFFICE EVEN THOUGH
I'M CATHOLIC JUST LIKE ANYBODY ELSE
CAN. JOHN F. KENNEDY WAS FACING THE
SAME QUESTIONS IN THE 1960'S
PRESIDENTIAL RACE AND AMERICANS
BELIEVED THAT HE COULD FOLLOW AND OATH
AND I'LL FOLLOW AN OATH.

RUNS12 (END SOT)



OQ=I'll follow an oath.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Mister Kilgore 1:13:02 LARRY SABATO: MISTER KILGORE.


JERRY KILGORE: AND TIM KAINE YOU'RE NO
JOHN F. KENNEDY. LET ME BE CLEAR- I'LL
UPHOLD THE DEATH PENALTY IN VIRGINIA.
I'LL MAKE SURE THERE'S NO MORATORIUM
PASSED.

RUNS10 (END SOT)



OQ=no moratorium passed. Taxes were another topic.



Kilgore continued his charge that
Kaine would be a pro- tax governor,

while Kaine painted Kilgore as an
obstructionist to progress made the
past four years.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I'll promise to phase 57:28 JERRY KILGORE: I'LL PROMISE TO


PHASE OUT THE CAR TAX.

RUNS02 (END SOT)



OQ=out the car tax.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Governor Warner and I 57:54 TIM KAINE: GOVERNOR WARNER AND


I INTRODUCED A PLAN THAT DID PHASE OUT
THE CAR TAX AND YOU AND OTHER
REPUBLICAN LEGISLATORS KILLED IN IN
2004. HAD WE BEEN SUCCESSFUL IN THAT
PLAN, HAD YOU HONORED THE WORD THAT YOU
STATE HERE TONIGHT ON STAGE THE CAR TAX
WOULD BE GONE NEXT YEAR.

RUNS13 (END SOT)



OQ=would be gone next year. When asked about his failing


record from the NRA Kaine says the gun-
advocate won't endorse him because he
supports Virginia's one- gun a month
law.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I fought to amend the Constitution 1:15:08 TIM KAINE: I FOUGHT TO AMEND


THE CONSTITUTION IN VIRGINIA TO PROTECT
VIRGINIANS' RIGHT TO HUNT AND FISH. I
PARTICIPATED IN LEADING PROJECT EXILE,
A PROGRAM WE CREATED IN RICHMOND THAT

THE NRA SAYS IS ONE OF THE BEST LAW
ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS IN THE NATION.

RUNS12 (END SOT)



OQ=in the nation. Meanwhile, Kilgore was asked why


minority students should support a
candidate who's against affirmative
action.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I indicated that we 1:05:48 JERRY KILGORE: I INDICATED


THAT WE NEEDED TO SUPPORT A DIVERSE
STUDENT BODY BUT WE CAN DO IT IN OTHER
WAYS- LOOKING AT FIRST GENERATION
COLLEGE STUDENTS, LOOKING AT A MIX OF
RURAL AND URBAN AND SUBURBAN STUDENTS.
MAKING SURE THAT RACE COULD BE A
FACTOR- JUST NOT THE CONTROLLING
FACTOR.

RUNS14 (END SOT)



OQ=not the controlling factor.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Both candidates 34:58 JENNIFER


WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: AT THE END
OF THE DEBATE BOTH CANDIDATES WERE
ASKED IF THEY COULD PLEDGE TO KEEP AT
LEAST HALF THEIR CAMPAIGN ADS POSITIVE
BETWEEN NOW AND THE ELECTION. TIM
KAINE COMMITTED. JERRY KILGORE DID
NOT- LATER SAYING HE WASN'T PREPARED TO
ALLOW A MODERATER TO DETERMINE HIS

CAMPAIGN STRATEGY. JENNIFER WISHON,
NEWS 7, RICHMOND.

RUNS18 (END SOT)>>



OQ=JW, NEWS 7, RICHMOND


04 11Folk Festival 1 vo/b None None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham 05-45 35:12 jwi 725:22 0:35 0:23 0:58 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Despite the rain, the 2005


National Folk Festival *shined* in
Virginia's capital this weekend.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL 1:06:03 MUSICAL DUO



INQ=MUSIC





RUNS=04 (END SOT)



OQ=MUSIC





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Richmond (:14)

Yesterday, country music legend
Ralph Stanley received a proclamation
from the governor -- honoring his life
and work as a traditional country music
artist.

The Southwest Virginia native
says the award means the world to him.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=A lot of people tells me





*CG 2line Ralph Stanley
Country Music Artist 1:00:42 RALPH STANLEY/COUNTRY MUSIC
ARTIST: A LOT OF PEOPLE TELLS ME THAT
I HAVE DONE A LOT FOR THE STATE OF
VIRGINIA, BUT I DON'T BRAG ON MYSELF
MUCH, BUT I LIKE TO HEAR OTHER PEOPLE
BRAG AND I APPRECIATE ALL OF THAT.
laughter...

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=appreciate all of that.





VO-NAT VO-NAT (:07)



Lieutenant Governor Tim Kaine,
who's a fan of Stanley's music,
presented the proclamation on behalf of
Governor Warner.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=He's just such a legend




*CG 2line Tim Kaine
Virginia Lieutenant Governor 1:02:39 TIM KAINE/VIRGINIA LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR: HE'S JUST SUCH A LEGEND AND
PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD KNOW HIM-
THEY KNOW HIS SONGS. HE'S RECORDED
200- ALBUMS, BUT THOUSANDS OF ARTISTS
HAVE RECORDED HIS MUSIC.

RUNS=08 (END SOT)



OQ=recorded his music.






VO-NAT VO-NAT



The three- day festival featured
dozens of performances and more than 20
Virginia artisans.

It's a traveling event that will
be held in Richmond the next two years.


(END VO) (END VO)


05 8-Teachers-Shaved 2 vo/b none none --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham 05-54 00:20 726:20 0:28 0:10 0:38 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none Would you shave your head for a


thousand dollars?

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
This Morning Over the past three weeks,
students at Addison Aerospace Middle
School put money in jugs representing
the teacher they would most like to see
bald.

The deal was, the person with the
most money in their jug got shaven,
unless, the total was more than a
grand.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=I was pretty




*CG 2line Daryl Clemons
Teacher Before Shave I WAS PRETTY......MOST HAVE.

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=most have





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Since the students met the goal,
all five teachers got the cut.

The money will go to Hurricane
Katrina Relief through the American Red
Cross and the United Way.

(END VO) (END VO)


06 11Pillow Fight 3 vo/b Hurricane Katri 4728 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham 05-43 30:46 jbu 726:58 0:35 0:14 0:49 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hurricane Katrina Aftermath Some Virginia Tech students took


part in a big pillow fight.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT 12
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg

Frank Beamer and Seth Greenberg
had the honor of throwing the first
blow.

The coaches were joined by
thousands of Hokies as they tried to

break the world record for pillow
fighting.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Probably because other




*CG 2line Jon-Erik Valetti
VT Marketing Student @16:21:26

JON-ERIK VALETTI:PROBABLY BECAUSE OTHER
COLLEGES HAVE TRIED TO BREAK THE RECORD
AND A LOT HAVE. SO WE FIGURED WITH A
CAMPUS AS BIG AS OURS WE DEFINITELY HAD
A GOOD CHANCE AND WE WERE ABLE TO GET
THE EVENT ANNOUNCED AT THE GAME
YESTERDAY SO HOPEFULLY THAT WILL BRING
IN A LOT OF PEOPLE.

RUNS=:14 (END SOT)



OQ=lot of people.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



There was a one dollar donation
to get in on the fight.

The money will benefit the
Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund.

The official record stood at
nearly three thousand.

But, whether the Hokies broke
that or not, organizers say it was
worth the effort.

(END VO) (END VO)



07 NH-Flooding 4 vo Flooding 4024 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham net 727:47 0:30 0:00 0:30 --------

ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Flooding A fifth person is missing and feared


dead after flooding rains along the
Eastern seaboard.

The National Weather Service is
warning that dams in New Hampshire
could fail, with more rain in the
forecast.

ENG#=4 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Keene, NH

Hundreds of people have evacuated,
power is knocked out in many

areas, and many roads are impassable
from North Carolina through New
England.

New Hampshire's governor says the
flood damage in his state is

the worst in 25 years.

Fire officials reported four to six
feet of water on some streets.

The New Hampshire National Guard
was activated to help with the
situation.

(END VO) (END VO)



TOSS TO LEO TOSS TO LEO
* toss-to-Leo Skytracker 7 Db E196 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
05/13/2005 1tbrewer None 728:17 0:10 0:00 0:10 --------

08 LEO WX-Tease --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham 728:27 1:00 0:00 1:00 --------
SKYTRACKER DOUBLE BOXES SKYTRACKER DOUBLE BOXES




LEO in WX CENTER LEO IN WX CENTER


SKYTRACKER FULL RADAR


WXPRO/FULL PRECISIONCAST

STORY


LEO TOSS TO KIM LEO TOSS TO KIM
TEASE NEXT TEASE NEXT








*T1 KMC Tease1 1 vo None None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham Tease1 729:27 0:20 0:00 0:20 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
HARD MUSIC UNDER The trouble for police in New
Orleans continues.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT




VO-NAT This time the department is


accused of brutality, as officers are
caught on tape beating a suspect.

We'll have the story up next on
News 7 at Noon.
END VO END VO
MUSIC UP FULL BREAK
COMM BREAK







*C1 COMM-#1 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 1tbrewer 729:47 2:05 0:00 2:05 --------
*MOP Mini-Open --- MOPEN Noon Mini-Open E2003 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham Aprisa 731:52 0:10 0:00 0:10 --------

09 Police-Beating 1 pkg News 7 at Noon 4060 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham net 732:02 0:08 1:32 1:40 --------

MINI OPEN MINI OPEN
ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=N7 at Noon The New Orleans Police Department


has its hands full after the arrest of
a man on Bourbon Street was caught on
video.

Drew Levinson explains.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL




INQ=The arrest was




*CG file AP Video
:01


*CG 2line S. M. Smith
New Orleans Police Department
:30
*CG standup Drew Levinson
Reporting
:43


*CG 2line Joseph McNamara
Criminal Justice Expert
1:04



RUNS=1:32 (END SOT)



OQ=Levinson, News 7. <<



(END SOT) ---



(Mandatory super: AP Video)



(natz)



The arrest was all caught on tape. Now
three New Orleans police

officers have been suspended and face
battery charges in this take down

of a 64 year old man accused of being
drunk in public.




It happened Saturday night just off
Bourbon Street in the French

Quarter.



The arres was just the beginning....



(natz Officer Smith..."I've been here
for 6 weeks.."



Tempers flared even more....when an
officer confronted a TV producer on

the scene. After screaming profanities
at the producer...the officer

offered his name and badge number.



sot: S. M. Smith/New Orleans Police


Department

"Smith, S-M Smith. 1-7-9-2...write it
down. Take out your pen."



(Levinson bridge)

For a police department struggling to
maintain its credibility, this is

another setback. In the wake of
Katrina, hundreds were accused of

deserting their posts....while others
allegedly took part in looting.




But, police officials say many on the
force have worked long, pressure

packed hours for weeks despite having
lost their homes.



(natz)



And while the tape appears
damaging...experts say the officers
have the

right to the presumption of innocence
like everyone else.



Sot: Joseph McNamara/Criminal Justice
Expert

"We have to hear why the police
confronted this man to begin with. Was

he actually armed? Did they know he
was armed? Did they think he was

armed? Was he trying to get their
weapon?"



(mug shot)

In addition to public
intoxication....Robert Davis was
charged with

resisting arrest, battery on a police
officer and public intimidation.

New Orleans police officials are

promising a thorough criminal

investigation.....saying the public can
watch and see that action is

being taken.



Drew Levinson, News 7.



>>
TEASE NEXT TEASE NEXT
*T2 KMC Tease2 2 vo None None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham Tease2 733:42 0:15 0:00 0:15 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
SOFT MUSIC UNDER Addicted to the snooze button in
the morning?

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT A new alarm clock may have


rolling out of bed on the wrong side if
you want to catch a more Z's.

Find out why when News 7 at Noon
returns.
END VO END VO
MUSIC UP FULL BREAK
COMM BREAK







*C2 COMM-#2-CC32 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------



01/28/2005 1tbrewer 733:57 2:05 0:00 2:05 --------

10 Alarm-Clock 1 vob News 7 at Noon 4060 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham net 736:02 0:30 0:15 0:45 --------

ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=N7 at Noon If you're addicted to the "snooze"


button on your alarm clock-- you might
want be interested in a new invention.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Boston, MA

A student at Massachusetts
Institute of Technology has invented an
alarm clock that rolls off the table
and hides in unpredictable places when
the snooze button is pressed.

Its purpose-- to force the user to get
out of bed.

The inventor says she wanted to
design a clock that would be hard to
ignore.

Now she hopes to eventually put it on
nightstands all over the world...

SOT FULL (SOT FULL)
INQ=The hope right now is




*CG 2line Gauri Nanda
Clock Inventor Gauri Nanda/Clock Inventor:The hope

right now is that we can get a
prototype and get an evaluation on it,
and eventually....go into production.

RUNS=9 (END SOT)



OQ=in production.





VO-NAT VO-NAT





By the way, "clockee," as it's called,
always rolls to a different spot.



(END VO) (END VO)


11 CO-Snow 2 vo Winter Wx 4470 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham net 736:47 0:30 0:00 0:30 --------

ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Winter Wx No tricky alarm clocks, but a


foot and a half of snow greeted some
Colorado residents as they awoke this
morning.

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




*CG locator Aurora, CO

Along with a blanket of snow, the
strong storm also left up two two-
thousand people in the area without
power.

Snow fell all day yesterday, leading

to numerous traffic accidents--
including tractor trailers that
jackknifed.

The storm is expected to linger until
tomorrow, and dump up to 20 inches of
snow in the Front Range and southern
mountains.

(END VO) (END VO)


WX TOSS WX TOSS


*NW K/L N-W-Toss --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 1tbrewer None 737:17 0:30 0:00 0:30 --------
*C3 COMM-#3 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 1tbrewer 737:47 2:05 0:00 2:05 --------

12 LEO Weather Skytracker OPEN E2017 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham 739:52 2:40 0:00 2:40 --------

TWO-SHOT TWO SHOT


WXBUG FULL 3 MAPS


MUSIC UNDER BREAK
BREAK


SKYTRACKER OPEN APRISA

ENG#=APRISA WEATHER MINI OPEN E2017


CK WEATHER PRO WEATHER MAPS



WXPRO FULL FORECASTS

EXTENDED FORECAST
* Forecasts --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 1tbrewer 742:32 0:00 0:00 0:00 --------

* K/L W-N-Toss toss --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/28/2005 1tbrewer 742:32 0:10 0:00 0:10 --------

13 KMC Stocks COPY --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham 742:42 0:10 0:00 0:10 --------

KIMBERLY 2-SHOT KIMBERLY 2-SHOT

On Wall Street at Noon,
*CG noonstox y
25 the Dow was down 25 points. Nasdaq was y down 19 points.
19

x=up y=down


*T3 KMC Tease3 1 vo None None --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham Tease3 742:52 0:15 0:00 0:15 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
SPORTS MUSIC UNDER Coming up on News Seven at Noon,

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Mark Martin has his cake and


eats it too in the Banquet 400.

Highlights from Kansas City next.


END VO END VO
MUSIC UP FULL BREAK
COMM BREAK







*C4 COMM-#4 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
01/31/2005 1ejones 743:07 2:00 0:00 2:00 --------

14 S-KANSAS 1 VOBMOTIO NEXTEL CUP 6096 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1kmcbroom SP-197 745:07 0:30 0:22 0:52 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup Mark Martin visited victory lane
ENG#=1 in yesterday's Banquet 400.



And although he finished fourth,
Tony Stewart maintained his points
lead.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Kansas City, KS
NBC Sports Early on, the caution flag came :00 out for Brandon Ash who spun thanks to
a tap from Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

He suffered minor damage, as did
Ryan Newman.

Martin led more than half the
laps yesterday, including the final 81
circuits, holding off his teammate Greg
Biffle to take the checkered flag.


It's career win number 35 and his
first of the season.

Chase drivers swept the top 7
spots.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=




*CG 2line Mark Martin
First Win of the Season
:00

RUNS=12 (END SOT)



OQ=it was so powerful."




TAKE BOARDS TAKE BOARDS *CG racing BANQUET 400 << 1. Mark Martin


2. Greg Biffle


3. Carl Edwards


4. Tony Stewart


5. Matt Kenseth


*CG racing BANQUET 400 >> 6. Jimmie Johnson


7. Rusty Wallace



8. Casey Mears


9. Ricky Rudd


10. Jeff Gordon



RUNS=10



OUTCUE=last driver."


15 S-BAILEYS 2 VO BAILEYS 300 6432 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1kmcbroom SP-210 905 745:59 0:47 0:00 0:47 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Bailey's 300 And at the Martinsville Speedway,


85 drivers started the weekend with a
shot at the Bailey's 300 title.

But only one would get to see
victory lane.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Martinsville
Bailey's 300 There were 13 caution periods :00 for 69 laps in the main event.

Jerame Donley had some trouble
off of turn four, as he gets loose and
watch the cars stack up behind him.

The five- car pileup eventually
brought out the red flag and took more

than a half hour to clean up.

Tony McGuire was battling with
pole sitter Jamie Caudill late in the
race, when the two tangled in turn one.


Both were taken out of contention
as Timothy Peters drove right by.

The Craftsman Truck Series
regular, who drives for Bobby Hamilton,
held on to win the 25 thousand dollar
first prize, after finishing 2nd in the
race a year ago.

(END VO) (END VO)


16 S-MLB 3 VOB MLB 6150 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham SP-202 12434 746:46 0:44 0:13 0:57 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=MLB In an epic Game Four of the


division series, the Houston Astros are
headed to the NLCS.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Houston, TX
ESPN Adam Laroche cranked a grand :00 slam for the Braves who led the Stros 6
to 1 in the 8th, but it went downhill
from there.

Lance Berkman slapped this

line- drive grand slam of his own off
of Kyle Farnsworth in the 8th.

Then Brad Ausmus tied it with a solo
shot with two out in the ninth.

It was 6-6 until the bottom of
the 18th, when Chris Burke smacked a
solo homerun off of Joey Devine.

The Stros won it 7-6, taking the
series 3 to 1.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=



RUNS=13 (END SOT)



OQ=made the final one."


KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=MLB And the New York Yankee's held on


to force a Game Five.

They beat the Angels 3-to-2.

Game Five will be played tonight
at Angels Stadium.
17 S-REDSKINS 4 VO REDSKINS 6210 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham SP-201 14135 747:43 0:36 0:00 0:36 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Redskins It was another close game in


Denver, but the Broncos went on to
upset the Redskins.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Denver, CO
Fox Sports Mark Brunell had a solid :00 day,throwing for 322 yards and two
TD's.

Here he hits Mike Sellers on the
two yard score.

But Denver led 14-10 at halftime.

Tatum Bell was a load yesterday.

The Broncos running back rips
off a 55 yard touchdown gallop as part
of a 127 yard rushing day.

The Skins were down 21-10 after
3.

But Brunell found Chris Cooley
to make it 21-19 with just over a
minute left. *CG final Washington
19 Then on the two- point try, Brunell's Denver pass was knocked down.
21 Denver escaped with a 2 point
victory.

(END VO) (END VO)


18 S-FALCONS 1 VO FALCONS 6200 --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1kmcbroom SP-209 527 748:19 0:51 0:00 0:51 --------

KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Falcons Matt Schaub filled in for the


injured Mike Vick.

Schaub had an impressive game in

just his 2nd career start for the
Falcons.

But it was the Patriots who came
out on top.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Atlanta, GA
Fox Sports Schaub gave a good account of :00 himself, tossing this TD pass to Justin
Griffith to get the Falcons on the
board, but they trailed 14-13 at the
break.

In the second half, Tom
Brady went to work.

He throws it up for Bethel
Johnson on a 55 yard scoring strike to
give New England a 28-13 cushion after
3.

But Schaub rallied the troops
with a TD pass to Alge Crumpler, and
another to Dez White to get Atlanta
within 2.

He then tied the game with this
conversion to Brian Finneran in the
zone.

Adam Vinatieri was up to
his old tricks, booting a 29 yard field
goal with 17 ticks left.
*CG final New England
31 New England spoiled a great game by Atlanta Schaub 31-28.
28



(END VO) (END VO)


*K1 LEO Quickcast --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
10/10/2005 1dgraham None 749:10 0:30 0:00 0:30 --------

WXPRO FULL QUICKCAST










*BYE K/L REPRS@CL --
MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------
08/10/2005 1dgraham None 749:40 0:20 0:00 0:20 --------

*CG 4101
e-Mail/Copyright *CG 4101

Fax/Copyright








* END NEWSCAST -- 01/30/2005 0ejones 750:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 --------MODIFIED: MOD BY: ED. BTAPE TIMECODE WR BACKTIMEREAD:SOT: TOTALEP -------