10/25/05

News-7 at 11


SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News-7 at 11 Good evening I'm Shannon


Young.

<< *CG standup Shannon Young
syoung@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Travis Wells >>
twells@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=Dazzle By now, you've probably heard about


the Roanoke Dazzle, but chances are you
haven't actually gone to a game.

Team leaders say that needs to
change.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Roanoke's professional basketball


team is about to enter its fifth and
possibly final year in the Star City.

The team's contract is up at the end
of the season and the N-D-B-L says
attendance needs to grow considerably.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD So what needs to be done to keep the


team in town?

News-7 at 11 in Monitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Justin/BAM Justin McLeod is here now with an


answer. Justin?

Shannon, the Dazzle could certainly
use more fans.

LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod

jmcleod@wdbj7.com At least double the number the team
has now.

And as we found out today, the Dazzle
could also use some help fixing its
sometimes strained relationship with
the city of Roanoke.

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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
:00




*CG 2line Dennis Robarge
Dazzle President
:14


*CG 2line Mina Boyd
Roanoke Civic Center
1:06



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OQ=OPTIMISTIC ANYWAY <<((NAT SOUND OF GUY TALKING AT AROUND


21:44:00))

The Roanoke Dazzle is doing plenty of
wining and dining these days.

The team wants more area businesses
to buy season tickets.

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INQ=I think its DENNIS ROBARGE/TEAM PRESIDENT: I THINK


IT'S AN IMPORTANT YEAR. WE'VE ALWAYS
BEEN FORTUNATE TO GROW A LITTLE BUT
THIS IS A YEAR I THINK WE GOTTA HAVE
SOME DOUBLE DIGIT GROWTH.

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OQ=DOUBLE DIGIT GROWTH It won't be easy.



Some Dazzle games have attracted
fewer than three hundred fans.

The team says the average is 1500
hundred but concedes it needs to be
closer to three thousand.

SOT FULL 21:32:52 SOT FULL



INQ=So this year DENNIS ROBARGE/TEAM PRESIDENT: SO THIS


YEAR WE'RE GOING AFTER WHERE OUR
GREATEST WEAKNESSES ARE WHICH ARE THE
AGE DEMOS 15 TO 30 YEARS OLD.

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OQ=15 to 30 years old The Dazzle may also need better


relations with the city of Roanoke.

In an e-mail, the team complained
about a lack of cooperation from the
Civic Center.

But in person, the team president
backed away from those comments.

SOT FULL 21:36:32 SOT FULL



INQ=Certainly not at DENNIS ROBARGE/TEAM PRESIDENT:


CERTAINLY NOT AT WAR, NOT EVER. WE'VE
HAD VERY GOOD RELATIONSHIPS.


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OQ=good relationships Team officials have been at odds with


city leaders about the renovations of
the civic center's VIP room.

The Dazzle also wanted the city to
agree to sell the naming rights of the
coliseum to a local business.

City leaders said no.

SOT FULL 21:18:07 SOT FULL



INQ=Based on our MINA BOYD/ROANOKE CIVIC CENTER: BASED


ON OUR REEVALUATIONS WHAT WAS BEING
OFFERED FOR THIS TIME WAS NOT
COMPARABLE TO WHAT'S BEING OFFERED FOR
OTHER FACILITIES. SO WHAT YOU'RE
SAYING IS THE BID OR OFFER WAS TOO LOW?
CORRECT.

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OQ=low? correct. This dispute comes just as the city


and the Dazzle begin negotiating a new
contract to keep the team in Roanoke.

What are the chances the Dazzle will
stay?

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INQ=I think good DENNIS ROBARGE/TEAM PRESIDENT: I THINK


GOOD. I AM ALWAYS OPTIMISTIC ANYWAY.

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OQ=optimistic anyway





LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL




No final decisions have been made
just yet.

The future of the team will be
decided sometime in April or May.

DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Justin/BAM DOUBLE BOXES



Shannon, tip-off for the Dazzle's
fifth season is scheduled for November
18th.

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GRAPHIC=None The calendar might say October, but


it looks more like January or February
at the Wintergreen Resort in Nelson
County.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Wintergreen

Cold temperatures mixed with some
precipitation last night to dump about
four inches of snow in the mountains
there.

Staffers say it's been at least
twenty years since it snowed at the

resort in October.

Snow covered most of the ski
slopes ... Wintergreen plans to start
making its own snow in mid-November.

If the weather stays cold, the
slopes should be open November 26th.

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GRAPHIC=None Roanoke School Superintendent

EDUCATION 7 ANIM Marvin Thompson says he is

disappointed, but not surprised that
only half of the city's schools met
state accreditation standards.

But in this Education Seven
report, Thompson also says there are
signs Roanoke schools are making
progress.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

There were some success stories,
including Fallon Park Elementary, which
achieved full accreditation after being
warned in four areas a year ago.

And Thompson says other schools
that did not meet the state standards
are improving their test scores, and
falling short in fewer areas.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 07:34:08



INQ=We have teachers




*CG 2line Marvin Thompson
Roanoke School Superintendent MARVIN THOMPSON/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOL
SUPERINTENDENT: WE HAVE TEACHERS AND
SCHOOLS LET ME BACK UP WHO'VE MADE SOME
PROGRESS. OVERALL THE DIVISION AS A
WHOLE NOT WHERE WE'D LIKE TO BE. I

DON'T THINK YOU'LL FIND A TEACHER OR AN
EMPLOYEE IN ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS WHO
WILL SAY WE DID BETTER. THAT'S GOOD
ENOUGH. THAT'S NOT OUR MANTRA.

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OQ=that's not our mantra.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



An independent audit of the
school system's curriculum is now under
way.

School officials will also seek
input from the community during four
open houses on Tuesday, November first.

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GRAPHIC=None A technology partnership could


create hundreds of new jobs in
southwest Virginia.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Richmond
File Tape Two years ago the state began
looking for a private company to
partner with in an effort to modernize
its technology infrastructure.

Today Virginia's Information
Technology Investment Board recommended
Northrop Grumman for the job.

The company's commitment to
creating jobs in rural Virginia helped
the decision.

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INQ=We looked at the whole




*CG 2line James McGuirk
Technology Investment Board Chairman 46:03 JAMES McGUIRK/TECHNOLOGY
INVESTMENT BOARD CHAIRMAN: WE LOOKED
AT THE WHOLE COMMONWEALTH AND WE LOOKED
AT CERTAIN AREAS TO MAKE SURE THAT
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WAS ABLE TO BE
TRANSLATED INTO THOSE AREAS RATHER THAT
JUST DISPERSED ACROSS EVERYBODY.

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OQ=dispersed across everybody.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



No new tax dollars will be used
to complete the project and state I-T

workers will be offered a job with the
vendor.

The recommendation will be
forwarded to Governor Mark Warner who
will get the final say in the matter.

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GRAPHIC=Lawsuit The often-delayed Lane Stadium


construction project has sparked a
lawsuit.

Roanoke based Varney Incorporated
is suing lead contractor Turner
Construction Company for 3 and a half
million dollars.

Varney says it hasn't been paid
for work done in August and is seeking
damages for all the project delays.

New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa talked with Varney about
the suit.

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INQ=





*CG locator Blacksburg
File Tape
:00
*CG 2line Chris Whitley
Varney, Inc. President
:29
*CG reporter Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com
1:20



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OQ=DePompa News 7, Blacksburg << Work on the Lane Stadium


expansion is in overtime and the
penalites are starting to rack up
against Turner Construction.



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INQ=WE HAVE NOT CHRIS WHITLEY: 12:05:10:00 WE HAVE NOT


HAD A PROJECT GO QUITE LIKE THIS
BEFORE. :13

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OQ=THIS BEFORE.



Varney Incorporated was hired by Turner
to do plumbing and mechanical work on
Lane Stadium. They are now suing
Turner; INSERT GRAPHIC HERE alledging
Breach of contract.




Varney officials say the project was
filled with delays, unexpected overtime
costs, inefficiency and additional
work.

END GRAPHIC HERE



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INQ=WE HAVE DONE CHRIS WHITELY: 12:03:28:00 WE HAVE


DONE NOTHING WRONG. IT'S NOT OUR FAULT

THAT WE'RE INCURRING THESE DELAYS AND
THAT WERE HELD UP. IT'S FRUSTRATING
THAT WE PUT TURNER CONSTRUCTION ON
NOTICE IN NOVEMBER 2004. :42

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OQ=IN NOVEMBER 2004.



Varney says the biggest problem was the
steel. It was delivered months late,
holding up the work.



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INQ= CHRIS WHITELY: 12:02:34:00 WE KEPT


ASKING WHERE THE STEEL WAS AND WE WERE
TOLD IT'LL BE HERE IN A FEW WEEKS,
IT'LL BE HERE IN A FEW WEEKS. THAT WHEN
ON ALL THROUGH THE FALL :47

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OQ=



This is the first time Varney has ever
worked with Turner Construction and

officials say it's probably the last
time. They say the delays at Lane
Stadium have forced them to turn down
other work.



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INQ=WHILE WE'RE CHRIS WHITLEY: 12:05:57:00 WHILE WE


WERE PROUD TO BE A PART OF THIS PROJECT
WE JUST FELT LIKE WE COULD NO LONGER
ABSORB THE SIGNIFICANT LOSSES WE'VE
BEEN INCURRING. :06

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OQ=BEEN INCURRING.



Several calls to Turner Construction's
headquarters in New York were not
returned.

Despite the lawsuit Varney plans to
remain at the project until it's
finished.

Rachel DePompa News 7, Blacksburg.>>
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GRAPHIC=HOLD Officials with New-York based


Turner Constsruction said tonight it
would be unfair and innapropriate to
commnet on the lawsuit.
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GRAPHIC=Iraq There's mixed news out of Iraq.



First, the White House is
welcoming word that Iraq's new
constitution has been ratified.

At the same time, the US death
toll in that country now stands at
2-thousand.

The White House says President
Bush mourns each and every life lost --
but thinks the best way to honor their
sacrifice is to complete the mission in
Iraq.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT 12.5 A prominent Republican senator


agrees.

Senator John McCain of Arizona
says all Americans are saddened by the
deaths of US troops and that he hopes
the sacrifice will not be used for
political reasons.

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INQ=There's plenty of ways...




*CG 2line Sen. John McCain

(R) Arizona SEN. JOHN MCCAIN/(R) ARIZONA: THERE'S



PLENTY OF

WAYS TO CRITICIZE THE CONDUCT OF THE
WAR, IF YOU WANT TO. I WOULD HOPE THAT
THE LOSS OF A BRAVE YOUNG AMERICAN
WOULD NOT BE A RATIONALE FOR DOING SO.

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OQ=rationale for doing so.





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*CG locator Washington, DC

In response to the 2-thousand
casualty milestone, anti-war activist
Cindy Sheehan says she will
symbolically die for

several days outside the White House.

Sheehan, along with other peace
activists today announced their plan to
lie down and play dead and invited
their fellow Americans to join them in
their protest.


ENG#=4 SOT FULL ( :15 - :28 )
SOT FULL at 17.5



INQ=We're not going to achieve...




*CG 2line Cindy Sheehan
Anti-War Activist CINDY SHEEHAN/ANTI-WAR ACTIVIST: WE'RE
NOT GOING TO ACHIEVE PEACE ON EARTH BY
KILLING. YOU SPREAD PEACE BY LOVE.

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OQ=spread peace by love.





VO-NAT :15 VO-NAT



Sheehan, who lost her son to the
war in Iraq, first brought attention to
the anti-war effort last summer by

camping outside President Bush's ranch
in Crawford, TX.

She was arrested outside the
White House in a protest last month.

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GRAPHIC=None A nationally-syndicated talk show


host brought his crusade against taxes

to Roanoke tonight.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Neal Boortz was at the Wyndham
Hotel promoting his best-seller The
Fair Tax Book.

Boortz would eliminate all
current taxes and create a federal
sales tax.

He says many people are
frustrated with taxes and looking for a
solution.

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INQ=the average american


tc@00:07:48-00:08:05


*CG 2line Neal Boortz
Author and Talk Show Host NEAL BOORTZ/AUTHOR AND TALK SHOW
HOST-THE AVERAGE AMERICAN SPENDS 57
HOURS A YEAR, JUST ON WORK
RELATED-FILING OUT A TAX FORM, THIS IS
RIDICULOUS WE HAVE BETTER THINGS TO DO
WITH OUR TIME AND WITH THE FAIR TAX,
APRIL 15TH IS JUST ANOTHER DAY.

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OQ=just another day.






VO-NAT VO-NAT



Boortz was also featured on
Roanoke radio station WFIR earlier
today.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

Speaking of tax money, the
I-R-S wants to give some back.

Coming up next, how to find out
if there's an unclaimed refund check
with your name on it.

ENG#=3



VO-NAT VO-NAT



And the East Coast isn't yet
finished with Wilma.

How the Northeast is being
battered by what's left of the
hurricane.
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If you can have them on the
road, why not on the water?

Still ahead, the call for speed
limits on Smith Mountain Lake.

ENG#=1



VO-NAT VO-NAT



Plus how a cookie, yes a
cookie, shut down an airport today.
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INQ= <

in the News 7 sports office. Coming up
later, Cave Spring clinches another
regular season volleyball title. The
Hokies will get Cedric Humes back on
Thursday night, and Greg Biffle has
some work to do to get back in the
Chase for the Nextel Cup. All that and

more on the way in sports.>>

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OQ=in sports."



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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=IRS Refund The Internal Revenue Service


wants to give back close to two-million
dollars.

And it wants to mail checks
to more than two-thousand people here
in Virginia.
TAKE APRISA FULL APRISA

If you want to see if there's a
check waiting for you, just head to our
website at W-D-B-J-7 dot com.
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GRAPHIC=Hurricane Wilma All across the southern tip of


Florida, millions of people are without
electricity and hundreds without homes.

Thanks to Hurricane Wilma,
tempers are fraying and supplies are
running out.

Manuel Gallegus reports.

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INQ=This is the life in sunny south

Florida...


*CG locator Davie, FL
:00



*CG 2line L. T. Dwindert
Florida Power and Light
:31

*CG 2line Manuel Gallegus
CBS News
:54

*CG 2line Gov. Jeb Bush


(R) Florida


1:02



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OQ=CBS NEWS, DAVIE, FLORIDA < (END SOT) AFTER HURRICANE WILMA.



LONG LINES FOR THE MOST BASIC SUPPLIES.



(NAT)



OUTSIDE MIAMI'S ORANGE BOWL STADIUM,
THOUSANDS OF HURRICANE VICTIMS

WAITED HOURS FOR FREE WATER AND ICE.
IT WAS FRUSTRATING.



(MOS)

"YOU'VE GOT A LONG LINE GOING ALL AWAY
AROUND THE FIELD TO GET ONE

BOTTLE OF WATER AND ONE BOTTLE OF ICE.
THAT'S ABSURD."



MANY IN THE MIAMI AREA ARE ALSO WITHOUT
POWER. WORKERS WERE TRYING TO

RESTORE ELECTRICITY TO MORE THAN
SIX-MILLION CUSTOMERS.



(SOT: L.T. DWINDER/FLORIDA POWER AND


LIGHT)

"THIS IS THE BIGGEST EVENT THAT WE HAVE

EVER EXPERIENCED//AND IT'S GOING

TO TAKE US A LONG TIME TO GET
EVERYTHING BACK IN SERVICE."



WILMA'S DEVASTATION STRETCHES FOR
HUNDREDS OF MILES ACROSS FLORIDA.

THERE ARE FLATTENED HOMES, JUMBLED
CARS, MANGLED BOATS, AND SMASHED

PLANES.

DAMAGE ESTIMATES ARE AS HIGH AS
10-BILLION DOLLARS.



(STANDUP BRIDGE)

SOME OF THE WORST DAMAGE HAPPENED HERE
IN THE FORT LAUDERDALE AREA.

WILMA WAS THE STRONGEST HURRICANE TO
STRIKE THIS PART OF THE STATE SINCE

1950.



(SOT: GOV. JEB BUSH/FLORIDA)



"MY HEART GOES OUT TO PEOPLE THAT HAVE
LOST A LOT AND THEY CAN REST

ASSURED THAT THE STATE GOVERNMENT AND
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WILL BE

WORKING TO PROVIDE SUPPORT."



AS THE FLOODWATERS RECEDE, MANY
RESIDENTS GOT THEIR FIRST-HAND LOOK AT

WHAT WILMA LEFT BEHIND.




(SOT: NO NAME GIVEN)



"IT'S WORSE THAN WE EXPECTED ... SO UH
.. GIVE ME A CALL."



IT'S NOW UP TO FLORIDIANS TO REBUILD
AGAIN, BUT FOR SOME WILMA WAS THE

LAST STRAW --

ENOUGH FOR THEM TO MOVE AWAY.

MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, DAVIE,
FLORIDA.>>


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*CG locator Narragansett, RI

What's left of Wilma hammered New
England with damaging winds and heavy
rain today.

Flooding is possible and some power
outages were reported.

The National Weather Service warns
wind gusts could reach 65 miles per
hour and that five inches of rain is
possible in some areas before the storm

finally moves out late tonight.

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GRAPHIC=Hurricane Wilma Three Roanoke College students are


among the 30- thousand tourists still
stranded in Mexico, because of
Hurricane Wilma.

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VO-NAT The students are staying in a


shelter after vacationing in Cancun on
Fall break.

Today the father of one of the
girls says he hopes the students will
be flying home in the next few days.
*CG locator Cancun, Mexico

Cancun's airport did re-open today
but police turned away many of the
people waiting to get out.

Some flights did take off, but
the airport's radar is out, slowing air
traffic.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Six Roanoke firefighters set out
for hurricane-ravaged Florida today.

The men will help establish an
emergency operations center in Moore
Haven.

Though the power is out and the
area has been devastated by high wind
and flood waters, the men hope they're
prepared for anything and everything.

They're scheduled to remain in
the South-Central Florida area for
about 18 days.

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GRAPHIC=None A Smith Mountain Lake group is


trying to put the brakes on boaters.

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VO-NAT The Water Safety Task force was


formed in September after Lawrence and
Judy Lewis of Moneta were killed while
boating on the lake.
*CG locator Smith Mountain Lake The group suggested establishing
a speed limit of 55 during the day and

25 miles per hour at night.

They also want more deputies in
surrounding counties and more officers
and funding for the Department of Game
and Inland Fisheries.

If you missed yesterday's meeting
there are still two more to come- one
on November 7th, the other on December
5th.

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GRAPHIC=None Coming up, the Hokies will welcome


Cedric Humes back to the lineup
Thursday, less than two weeks after the
senior suffered a broken arm, we'll hit
the volleyball court at Cave Spring,
and an update on the World Series, but
first our extra point, before
tonight's game 3 in Houston, Braves
pitcher John Smoltz was honored with
the Roberto Clemente Award for on-field

excellence and community service.

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*CG 2line John Smoltz
Roberto Clemente Award Winner
:00

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OUTCUE=18 year career so far."






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Chicago White Sox
5


Houston
4
8
World Series Game Three


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Atlanta
3
j
NY. Islanders
4







Philadelphia
2
j
Montreal
3


Final in OT


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4


Pittsburgh
3


Final in OT


Chicago
3
j
Nashville
5



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GRAPHIC=Volleyball We start on the volleyball court


tonight at Cave Spring where the
Knights welcomed the Cougars from
Pulaski on senior night.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Cougars vs. Knights This one was all Knights. Laura :00 Jones gets the point right here as Cave
Spring took game one 25 to 4 and game
two 25 to 5.

There was plenty more where that
came from. Stacey Craighead throws
down another point. The Knights
completed the three game sweep with *CG final Pulaski Co. a 25 to 5 win in the final game, 0 clinching another regular season River Cave Spring Ridge District championship.
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GRAPHIC=TECH Nearly 70 thousand fans will pack


Lane Stadium for the first night game
of the season in Blacksburg Thursday
night.

Whether or not Tech beats
Boston College, school children
thousands of miles away in Iraq will
benefit from the contest. Mike Stevens
explains.

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*CG locator Blacksburg
:00
*CG 2line Frank Beamer
19th Season at Virginia Tech
:17


*CG file VT Corps of Cadets
:30


*CG 2line Col. Rock Roszak
VT Corps of Cadets Alumni Director

:51


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
1:33



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GRAPHIC=TECH The Hokies will have Cedric Humes


back in the lineup Thursday night
against BC.

Humes broke his right forearm in
the Marshall game on October 8th, had
surgery the next day, and amazingly he
has been cleared to play against the
Eagles.

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*CG 2line Cedric Humes
Expected to Play Against B. C.
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OQ=...GET BACK QUICKER.


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GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup Tony Stewart heads to Atlanta this


weekend as the Nextel Cup points
leader. Greg Biffle is currently 4th
after dropping a spot at Martinsville.
But Biff has had success in Atlanta,
recording 3 top 10's in 5 starts there.

The 35 year old has paid his dues
in racing and feels his time is now.

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*CG 2line Greg Biffle
4th in Nextel Cup Points
:00

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OQ=the hardest to get here."


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GRAPHIC=None It was a pumpkin that caused a bomb


scare over the weekend in Boston- today
it was a snack in San Diego.

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*CG locator San Diego, CA

A terminal at San Diego
International Airport was evacuated
after a screening machine detected what
appeared to be bomb-making components
in a carry-on bag.

A bomb squad discovered the bag
contained no explosives, but instead a
child's toy and a cookie.

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GRAPHIC=None An eleven year old New Hampshire


girl broke a state record today.

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*CG locator North Field, NH

Amber Nash is the youngest female in
New Hampshire to ever bag a moose.

The sixth grader had been hunting
with her dad for four days.

Just as their guide was read to take
them to a new spot, her dad spotted a
bull moose in the bushes.

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*CG 2line Amber Nash
Bagged First Moose @ :41-:53
:00 AMBER NASH/BAGGED FIRST MOOSE; IT'S
HARD TO SEE IT FROM THAT FAR AWAY
BECAUSE 120 YARDS AWAY SO IT WAS HARD
TO SHOOT THAT FAR SINCE I HAVE A SCOPE
ON IT I CAN SEE.

BUTT BUTT BUTT
*CG 2line Al Nash AL NASH/AMBER'S DAD; IT WAS EXCITING Amber's Dad JUST TO WATCH HER I GET JUST AS MUCH :09 EXCITEMENT OUT OF THAT TO SEE HER FACE.

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It was the first time Al had won one
of the 525 moose hunting permits in a

statewide lottery, and he was able to
get Amber on his permit as well.
after her dad shot and missed. By the way, Amber bagged the moose