10/21/05

News-7 at 6


KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News 7 @ 6 Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry. Jean


is off tonight.

<< *CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com


*CG 304


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Mike Stevens >>

mstevens@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=HOLD Guns on college campuses.



It's an issue that's destined to
be a hot topic next year in Richmond.

ENG#=1 TAKE VO



VO-NAT And Virginia Tech is at the


center of it.

The university touched off a
heated debate last year when it pursued
disciplinary measures against a student
caught carrying a handgun to class.

It raises the question: can
colleges set their own gun policies.
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New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa takes a look at Tech's
policy.

LIVE=Rachel Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com



*CG live Blacksburg

Keith, This is it. The policy
bans students, faculty, volunteers and
even visitors from carrying a gun on
campus even if the owner has a valid
permit.

There are a few exceptions to the
policy, and even though students can't
carry guns, they can still have access
to them.

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INQ=Tech police




*CG locator Blacksburg
:00


*CG 2line Debra Duncan
VT Police Chief
:15
*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com
:35
*CG 2line Larry Hincker
VT Spokesperson
:42
*CG 2line Del. Morgan Griffith

(R) Salem


1:06




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OQ=get stopped.



< they store weapons.



NATS: opening door. from outside.



Anyone who wants to bring a gun on
campus can drop it off at this police
locker room. They sign a log book and
can pick up their weapon at any time.



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INQ=THE AVERAGE DEBRA DUNCAN: 8:50:31:00 THE AVERAGE


STUDENTS HAS TO CHECK THEIR GUNS IN
HERE AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. THEY
CAN'T HAVE THEM IN THEIR DORMS, THEY
CAN'T HAVE THEM IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
JUST CAN'T HAVE POSSESSION OF ANY
WEAPONS AT ALL. :39

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OQ=AT ALL.



The station is open 24 hours. They keep
rifles, pellet guns, even handguns.



NATS: opening cabinet



Most of the weapons are for hunters and

on any given day there are usually
about 100 guns kept here.



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INQ=So many people RACHEL DEPOMPA:STAND UP... 9:07:12:00


SO MANY PEOPLE BEGAN CHECKING IN
WEAPONS. TECH RAN OUT OF SPACE AND HAD
TO BUILD THIS ROOM AND THESE LOCKERS.
:19

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OQ=these lockers.



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INQ=It's about safety LARRY HINKER :6:13:13:00 IT IS ABOUT


SAFETY ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES. :16
IT'S ABOUT NOT HAVING GUNS IN
CLASSROOMS AND DORMITORIES. WE THINK
THOSE ARE LOGICAL AND COMMON SENSE
KINDS OF POLICIES. :26

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OQ=of policies.



But some state legislators like
Delegate Morgan Griffith thinks Tech's
policy is too vague. He's says by law,
the University can NOT regulate
visitors to campus.



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INQ=WHAT I WANT MORGAN GRIFFITH:2:00:02 WHAT I WANT TO


DO IS MAKE SURE THAT THE LAW IS CLEAR.

BECAUSE AS I READ THE LAW CURRENTLY,
COLLEGES DON'T HAVE THIS AUTHORITY WITH
THE POSSIBLE EXCEPTION OF THEIR STUDENT
BODY. :12

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OQ=STUDENT BODY.



but Tech officials say the average
citizen is NOT really affected.



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INQ=yOU'RE DRIVING LARRY HINCKER: 6:10:44:00 YOU'RE


DRIVING THROUGH CAMPUS AND YOU'VE GOT A
LEGAL WEAPON IN YOUR CAR. YOU'RE NOT
GOING TO HAVE A PROBLEM. YOU'RE NOT
GOING TO GET STOPPED.:52

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OQ=GET STOPPED.





LIVE=Rachel Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG live Blacksburg

There is currently a bill in the
General Assembly giving colleges the
right to ban guns.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & RAchel/Micro DOUBLE BOXES



Keith, Morgan Griffith says he
expects to see other lawmakers submit a
bill going against Tech's policy.
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GRAPHIC=Charges Dropped Murder charges against a Roanoke


man have been dropped ...for now.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The prosecutor says Irvin Pete


Williams, the Third, is still a suspect
in the murder of 28-year old Toby
Preston.
*CG locator Roanoke Preston was killed July 4th. He July was shot three times.

Though police say there were 30
witnesses to the crime, none of them
showed up at today's court hearing.

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GRAPHIC=McMillan Lessa King is on her own in her


lawsuit against Roanoke Sheriff George
McMillan.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The former deputy sued McMillan,


claiming the sheriff made
"sexually-charged comments and engaged
in unwelcome physical contact." That's
how the judge summed up the
allegations.


But Judge Sam Wilson says it's
not a class action.

Referring to the 30 women King's
lawyer says had similar experiences,
the judge concluded King has "forecast
no evidence to support the existence of
these hypothetical women...."
KEITH ON CAM HOLD ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD That means the other women who


came forward after King first filed her
complaint will not be allowed to
testify. The case is set for trial May
1st.
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GRAPHIC=Fire Invest. Investigators still aren't sure how


a Pittsylvania County woman died in a
fire where she worked Thursday morning.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Pittsylvania Co.
Yesterday 41-year-old Sherry Burnette Estep
was found dead at V-and-J Construction
Company after a small fire damaged a
bathroom inside the business.

Authorities have not determined

her cause of death, but say she had no
other injuries beyond the burns she
suffered in the fire.

Test results should show whether
Estep died from inhaling toxic fumes
from the blaze.

Estep's father ... Vance Burnette
... owns the business.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Bird Flu Three flu- pandemics claimed


millions of lives during the last
century and many scientists believe
it's only a matter of time before the
next one strikes.

What's being done to prepare for
the health crisis in Virginia?

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Jennifer/State DOUBLE BOXES


Micro Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon is here with some answers.

LIVE=Jennifer Full/State Micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com


*CG live Richmond

Keith, the Commonwealth started

planning for a pandemic several years
ago.

An advisory team of health care
and law enforcement officials is now
looking into the economic and social
effects of a pandemic.

The problem is they're preparing
for something that won't be fully
understood until it arrives.

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INQ=Avian Bird Flu


*CG file File Tape
:00




*CG locator Richmond
:23




*CG 2line Jeff Caldwell
Virginia Department of Health
:31

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OQ=SUPPLIES THAT WE HAVE. <<{INSERT BIRD FLU VIDEO TO PRE PRO}



Avian Bird Flu is one example of
a deadly flu virus.

Right now it's not easily spread
from person to person but if it that

changes it could prove catastrophic.

{INSERT PRE PRO LINE BY LINE HERE}

If a pandemic develops, officials
estimate as many as 63- hundred
Virginians would die, more than two and
a half million would become sick. More
than 28- thousand would be
hospitalized.

{END INSERT}

The pandemic flu advisory team is
now studying the problems that would
create - and ways to control the spread
of the virus.

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INQ=That could include 1:20:15 JEFF CALDWELL: THAT COULD


INVOLVE CLOSING SCHOOLS, CLOSING
BUSINESSES, CANCELING MAJOR SPORTING
EVENTS AND PLACES WHERE LOTS OF PEOPLE
COME TOGETHER.

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OQ=people come together Ways to prevent confusion and


panic are also being addressed.

That's because, once a pandemic
strikes, it will take drug
manufacturers several months to develop
a vaccine.

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INQ=However, that's going to 1:21:19 JEFF CALDWELL: HOWEVER, THAT'S


GOING TO COME IN VERY SMALL DOSES OVER

A VERY LONG PERIOD OF TIME SO SOCIETY
IS GOING TO HAVE TO WORK TOGETHER AND
ALL THOSE GROUPS WILL HAVE TO WORK
TOGETHER TO DETERMINE WHO WILL NEED THE
VACCINE FIRST AND HOW WE WILL GO ABOUT
DISTRIBUTING THE VACCINE AND THOSE
LIMITED ANTI- VIRAL SUPPLIES THAT WE
HAVE.

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OQ=that we have.





LIVE=Jennifer Full/State Micro LIVE FULL

*CG live Richmond

Caldwell says the best thing
Virginians can do right now is educate
themselves about pandemic influenza.
TAKE WEB FS TAKE WEB FS

For more information log onto our
website at wdbj7.com. Click on
"websites in the news."

DOUBLE BOXES=KEtih & Jennifer/State DOUBLE BOXES


Micro Keith, a federal pandemic plan is
expected later this fall.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Buena Vista city council has


decided it does NOT want a Mead
WestVaco distribution center.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Buena Vista
July Last spring the company announced
it would build a new center at an
industrial park in Buena Vista.

The center would create about 50
new jobs.

Several residents opposed the
center, because they said it would
disrupt their quality of life.

Construction was scheduled to
start in January.

There's no word whether leaders
plan to build the center in a different
location.
KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Dana Plant Closing Yesterday, officials at DANA


Corporation announced they would close
the Buena Vista plant, which would
layoff more than 270 over the next year

and a half.
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GRAPHIC=None Lynchburg needs a new Juvenile and


Domestic Relations Courthouse ... and
there just happens to be a large court
building sitting empty in the downtown
area.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg

So several members of city council
today toured the old federal courthouse
on Main Street which has been empty for
months.

The three-story building offers
about 35-thousand square feet of space
... almost three times the size of the
current J&D court.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Carl Hutcherson
Lynchburg Mayor 14:56:24 CARL HUTCHERSON/LYNCHBURG
MAYOR: IT WILL COME TO COUNCIL. I KNOW

THE JUDGE WANTS TO MOVE IT FORWARD AND
I CAN UNDERSTAND THAT, BECAUSE IT'S
HECTIC OVER AT THE OTHER SITE.

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OQ=at the other site.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Lynchburg sheriff Ron Gillespie's
department would handle security in the
new courthouse.

Gillespie says he has a lot of
concerns about public access, safety
and having enough deputies to staff the
building.

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*CG locator Roanoke

The old home of your
Hometown Station will soon be home to a

pharmacy.

The old W-D-B-J Studios at
the corner of Brandon and Colonial
Avenues in Roanoke will make way for a
new C-V-S drug store.

W-D-B-J announced the sale
agreement today.

The development company plans
to begin construction of the new store
this Winter and hopes to complete
construction by Spring.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

They promise to cut heating
costs and help the environment.

Still ahead, how you can
check out these new energy concepts.

ENG#=3



VO-NAT VO-NAT



After 20 years in the James
River... and several tries... a
railroad tanker is finally pulled out.

We'll have the story beneath this
sticky situation.
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They're among the best in the
state.

Still ahead, how you can see
these old-time crafters at work this
weekend.

ENG#=1



VO-NAT VO-NAT



ANCHOR= ON VO ANCHOR ON VO



Plus some new ideas to cut
down on heating costs.

Coming up, where you can check
them out this weekend.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None For 20 years, it had been an


eyesore to anyone walking or driving
along the Lynchburg river front.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg

But today, thanks to some city
workers, engineers and a local tow
truck service ...an old railroad tanker
car made it out of the James River.

The tanker ... which once carried
molasses ... was swept downstream
during the Election Day flood of 1985.

It had been hung up near the
Carter Glass bridge for two decades.

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INQ=I mean, I'm




*CG 2line Kimball Payne
Lynchburg City Manager 15:53:07 KIMBALL PAYNE/LYNCHBURG CITY
MANAGER: I MEAN I'M A RIVER PERSON, I

LIKE TO BE ON THE RIVER, AND THERE'S
JUST NO EXCUSE WITH ALL WE'VE DONE
DOWNTOWN ON THE RIVERFRONT TO HAVE THAT
IN THE RIVER ANY LONGER. AND THAT'S
REALLY WHERE WE ALL CAME TOGETHER AND
SAID 'NOTHING'S STOPPING US'.

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OQ=nothing's stopping us.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The process of dislodging the
tanker moved like molasses as well
today ... tow truck operators snapped
at least two cables pulling it to
shore.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Every October, the Blue Ridge


Folklife Festival brings thousands to
the campus of Ferrum College to
celebrate regional traditions.


Tomorrow, the old-time crafts
will include the handiwork of Woodlawn
blacksmith Billy Phelps, who may just
be the best in the state.

Tonight, Joe Dashiell has his
story.

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INQ=


*CG locator Woodlawn
:00


*CG 2line Billy Phelps
Blacksmith
:20
*CG reporter Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com
34
*CG 2line Roddy Moore
Blue Ridge Institute
:46





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OQ=JD News 7 Carroll County < (END SOT) is to step back in time, as he wields


heat and hammer.

(NAT SOUND)

His great uncle was a blacksmith

who learned from his grandfather.
Phelps began shoeing horses after high
school.

Today, he devotes his time to
ornamental ironwork.

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INQ= BILLY PHELPS/BLACKSMITH: AND COLONIAL


IRON WORK HAPPENS TO BE ONE OF MY
FAVORITES AND LIKE TO DO THAT WHEN
THERE'S A CALL FOR IT BUT I'VE DONE
EVERYTHING FROM NAILS TO GATES,
RAILINGS, EVEN DOORS I'VE BUILT DOORS
TOO, WHATEVER I CAN DO TO MAKE A
DOLLAR.

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OQ= The director of the Blue Ridge


Institute says there are many
blacksmiths beating metal, but Roddy
Moore says Phelps' whimsical subjects
and his artistic touch are special.
Moore counts him among the best
blacksmiths in the state.

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INQ= RODDY MOORE/BLUE RIDGE INSTITUTE: THIS


SHOP COULD HAVE BEEN HERE A HUNDRED
YEARS AGO WITH THE SAME TOOLS AND
EQUIPMENT. YOU TAKE AWAY THE
ELECTRICITY AND IT'S THE SAME SHOP. BUT
THE SKILL IS CERTAINLY THERE.


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OQ= If the metal is often reluctant


and stubborn, Phelps says "you have to
grit your teeth and get at it."

But he also sees the work as a
connection with his past and with the
country's roots, a craft he says that
must be kept alive.

Joe Dashiell News 7 Carroll
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GRAPHIC=None Coming up tonight on News 7


sports - qualifying results from
Martinsville as Stewart wins the pole
and words from Rusty on his last call
in the Foothills.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And Grant Kittelson talks with


the Hokies about winning ugly!!

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GRAPHIC=MARTINSVILLE The rain stayed away and the


Martinsville Speedway was able to
successfully host qualifying today for
Sunday's Subway 500.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Martinsville
:00 One of the leaders in the Chase
for the Championship - Tony Stewart won
the pole with a lap at 98 point 084
miles an hour.

Stewart will be joined on the
front row - by veteran Ricky Rudd in
the Wood Brothers Ford.

Now, here's complete starting
grid.

GO TO QUALIFYING BOARDS GO TO QUALIFYING BOARDS

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*CG nascar2 Subway 500
1. Tony Stewart
98.084
2. Ricky Rudd

97.992
3. Rusty Wallace


4. Ryan Newman


5. Denny Hamlin


*CG nascar2 Subway 500
6. Jimmie Johnson


7. Jeremy Mayfield


8. Joe Nemechek


9. Elliott Sadler


10. Bobby Labonte


*CG nascar2 Subway 500
11. Jeff Green


12. Travis Kvapil


13. Kyle Petty


14. Kurt Busch


15. Jeff Gordon



*CG nascar2 Subway 500
16. Casey Mears


17. Brian Vickers


18. Carl Edwards


19. Dave Blaney


20. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.


*CG nascar2 Subway 500
21. Jeff Burton


22. Greg Biffle


23. Kyle Busch


24. Ken Schrader


25. Matt Kenseth


*CG nascar2 Subway 500
26. Scott Riggs


27. Mike Wallace


28. Dale Jarrett



29. Kevin Harvick


30. Jamie McMurray


*CG nascar2 Subway 500
31. Mike Bliss


32. Sterling Marlin


33. Robby Gordon


34. Kasey Kahne


35. Mark Martin


*CG nascar2 Subway 500
36. Scott Wimmer


37. Bobby Hamilton


38. Derrike Cope


39. Michael Waltrip


40. Jimmy Spencer


*CG nascar2 Subway 500 >>
41. Hermie Sadler



42. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.


43. Stanton Barrett
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GRAPHIC=RUSTY'S LAST CALL Rusty Wallace - who is retiring


at season's end - qualified third and
will start inside row number two in his
final Martinsville event.

Rusty has 7 wins at this track
and 25 top 10 finishes

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INQ=




*CG 2line Rusty Wallace
Qualified Third for Subway 500
:00


*CG 2line Carl Edwards
Qualified 18th for Subway 500
:15


*CG 2line Greg Biffle
Qualified 22nd for Subway 500
:27




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OQ=...or from him."


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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Tech The Virginia Tech Hokies are 3rd


in the polls and 3rd in the B-C-S
standings.

They beat Maryland 28 to 9 last
night in College Park to improve to 7
and 0, but as Grant Kittelson tells us
the Hokies probably didn't impress many
voters with their play.

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INQ=


*CG locator College Park, MD
Last Night
:00
*CG 2line Frank Beamer
First Win at Maryland
:18
*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
:38
*CG 2line Justin Hamilton
Virginia Tech Senior Safety
1:01




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OQ=News 7 Sports.



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WIPE TO APRISA 115
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2-SHOT 2-Shot

Anchors ad-lib into stock roll

STOCK ROLL<< *CG 6stox1 i
1.56
35.93
i
0.15
2.96
h
0.27
72.97
h
0.41
36.26
h
0.06
42.26



*CG 6stox2 h
0.03
40.80
i
0.37
7.39
h
0.94
75.78
i
0.15
33.73
i
0.05
13.60


*CG 6stox3 i
0.09
49.10
i
0.01
19.80
i
0.51
38.83
i
0.09
5.86

h
0.19
20.78


*CG 6stox4 h >>
0.82
70.22
h
0.32
29.52
h
0.41
49.06
h
0.12
45.72
h
2.42
78.00


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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Heating bills and gas prices are



on the rise.

Thinking green could help you cut
costs this winter.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The Association of Energy
Conservation Professionals hosts the
Energy Expo at the Roanoke Civic
Center.

They offered tips on
environmentally- friendly energy
concepts that could save you money this
winter.

Wood stoves, new insulation, and
cars that don't rely solely on gasoline
were all on display this afternoon.

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INQ=With fuel




*CG 2line Billy Weitzenfeld
AECP Executive Director @07:39:43

BILLY:WITH THE FUEL PRICES THE WAY THEY
ARE, WITH GASOLINE PRICES THE WAY THEY
ARE THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN HOW
TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR HOME, IN
YOUR BUSINESS. IF YOUR SAVING ENERGY,

YOUR SAVING MONEY.

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OQ=saving money.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Energy conservation isn't just
for adults.

These Thaxton Elementary students
have taken top honors in national
competitions for their experiments on
green energy.

The Expo continues tomorrow from
10 until 4 o'clock. (END VO) (END VO)