11/01/05

News 7 at 5




HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad)



CAPTION:Owner Killed

A suspect is in custody as a Roanoke
convenience store sees its second
murder in four weeks.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION:Standoff Over

Police deal with unusual circumstances
as an armed elderly man barricades
himself in his house.


20 Frames of Black 20 frames of Black



HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Flu Plan

Is the U-S prepared for the Bird Flu?
President Bush promises to better
protect America.
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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4



CAPTION: Cruise Control

Even with a cold front nearby, our
forecast continues to highlight rather
mild temperatures.
5:00 OPEN 5:00 OPEN

<<
GRAPHIC=News 7 at 11 Lynchburg authorities say they


acted properly when they used
non-lethal force to subdue an elderly
suspect during a standoff this morning.

Steve Smallshaw has the story.

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INQ=Police got the





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OQ=News7, Lynchburg.



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*CG locator Lynchburg
:00


*CG 2line Capt. Brandon Zuidema
Lynchburg Police
:17


*CG standup Steve Smallshaw
ssmallshaw@wdbj7.com << Police got the call around 7:30
1:20 from family members at this home on
Langhorne Road where an elderly man had
barricaded himself inside a bathroom,
armed with a handgun.

The residents were evacuated and a
tactical team went inside to secure the
home and start negotiations.

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IN Q=In this situation 16:19:48 CAPT. BRANDON


ZUIDEMA/LYNCHBURG POLICE: IN THIS
SITUATION IT WAS ADVANTAGEOUS TO US TO
CONTROL HIM NOT MOVING TO ANOTHER PART
OF THE HOUSE. WE KNEW WHERE HE WAS AT,
WE WERE ABLE TO CONTAIN THAT, AND THAT
WAS AN ADVANTAGE TO US TO NOT HAVE HIM
MOVING TO WHERE WE HAD TO TRY TO LOCATE
HIM AGAIN.

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OUT Q=locate him again. It took two hours before police


could convince the man to come out ...
but when he stepped out of the
bathroom, he reportedly was still
holding the gun.

NATSOT natsot firing gun


RUN01 A tactical team officer fired a
non-lethal foam bullet at the suspect,
temporarily stunning him and allowing
two officers to move in and take the
gun away.


He was treated for a minor leg
wound ... authorities say even with an
elderly suspect, they still had to take
every precaution.

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IN Q=The threat 16:20:04 ZUIDEMA: THE THREAT


UNFORTUNATELY IS UNKNOWN, WHICH MAKES
IT SIGNIFICANT. WE DIDN'T KNOW THIS
GENTLEMAN AND HE HAD A HANDGUN, WHICH
IS ALWAYS A THREAT. UNFORTUNATELY NOT
KNOWING WHAT CAUSED HIM TO GO IN THERE
OR WHAT HIS MINDSET IS, THAT MAKES IT A
VERY HIGH THREAT.

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OUT Q=very high threat.





NATSOT NATSOT 16:12:43


RUN06 SO THE REASON YOU HAD THE GUN WAS TO
PROTECT YOURSELF? IS THAT WHAT YOU'RE
SAYING?

The suspect ... 92-year-old William
Cardwell ... is now undergoing a
psychiatric evaluation at the hospital.
Standup STANDUP

IN Q=Police chief Police Chief Chuck Bennett says


every time an officer uses force to
make an arrest, a report is filled out
and reviewed ... and from everything he
knows about this incident, it appears

the officers involved acted properly
and within department guidelines.

Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.
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OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.


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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation Four weeks after a clerk was shot


and killed at a southeast Roanoke
convenience store, the owner of the
market was fatally wounded this
morning.

Tonight, a suspect is in custody,
charged with murder.
TAKE MAP FULL (TAKE MAP FULL)

The call came in at 9:44 this
morning.. Police responded to the
report of a shooting and robbery at
Amelio's market, located at the
intersection of Bennington Street and
Riverside Terrace.

ROANOKE DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon/Joe D. DOUBLE BOXES



And that's where Joe Dashiell is
this afternoon. Joe, what's the latest
on the investigation?


LIVE=Joe Full LIVE FULL


*CG standup Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke

Shannon, when police arrived here
at Amelio's they found the owner of the
store, 59- year- old Awad Kawa,
mortally wounded. He was taken to
Roanoke Memorial Hospital where he
later died.

The victim was a man the
neighbors knew as Howard, and his death
sent another shock through a community
still reeling from the shooting in
early October.

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IN Q=




*CG 2line Destiny Gordon
Nearby Resident
:00
*CG locator Roanoke
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OQ=it's awful it's sad. <<
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INQ=Fear is the first thing DESTINY GORDON: FEAR IS THE FIRST THING


AND THEN SHOCK. IT'S JUST POINTLESS,
YOU KNOW A LIFE RIGHT THERE FOR MONEY
THEY GOT CAUGHT WITH TEN MINUTES DOWN
THE ROAD WITH.

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OQ=ten minutes down the road with. Destiny Gordon watched in


disbelief as police investigated the
second fatal shooting at Amelio's
market in less than a month.

Neighbors said Kawa and clerk
Awni Murad, shot and killed in October,
were both good men, who would cut them
a breakl if they were a few cents
short.

Gordon showed off the bamboo
plant, Kawa gave her when she became
pregnant.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=You know YOU KNOW HE CAME OUT OF HIS HEART AND


GAVE TO PEOPLE AND FOR SOMEONE TO TAKE
FROM HIM IS JUST DEVASTATING. IT'S
AWFUL, IT'S SAD.

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OQ=It's awful it's sad.





LIVE=Joe Full



LIVE FULL *CG live Roanoke


A detective who was canvassing
the neighborhood shortly after the
shooting, spotted a vehicle that
matched the description of the
suspect's car.

Three people were taken into
custody. One is now charged with
murder. He is identified as 43- year-
old Gary E. Pritchard of Vinton.

DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon/Joe DOUBLE BOXES



Shannon, this is Roanoke's 15th
homicide of the year.
SHANNON ASKS QUESTION SHANNON ASKS QUESTION

Joe, do authorities think the two
murders are connected?

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Avian Flu President Bush is asking Congress


for more billions of dollars to help
fight the possible spread of the bird
flu.


ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT :14 President Bush says there's no


immediate threat of a bird flu
pandemic, but that U-S needs to be
prepared.

Today, he outlined a plan that
includes stockpiling enough vaccine to
protect 20 million people.

Aleen Sirgany reports.

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WIPE*WIPE*WIPE*** WIPE*WIPE*WIPE***



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INQ=The US is making plans...


*CG 2line Dr. Nils Daulaire
Global Health Council
*CG 2line Aleen Sirgany
CBS News



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OQ=STD < (END SOT) THE DEADLY BIRD FLU SWEEPING



THROUGH POULTRY FLOCKS IN ASIA AND
EUROPE, ARRIVES ON AMERICAN SHORES.

THE DISEASE HAS KILLED 62 PEOPLE... AND
INFECTED MORE THAN 100-OTHERS..

SO FAR THIS VIRUS DOESN'T SEEM TO
PASS EASILY, BETWEEN HUMANS....BUT


THAT COULD CHANGE, IF IT MUTATES IN ANY
WAY.



NATSOT: PRESIDENT TAKES PODIUM /


APPLAUSE)



TRACK: THE PRESIDENT UNVEILED HIS
7-POINT-1 BILLION DOLLAR PREPAREDNESS

PLAN TODAY. IT FOCUSES ON DETECTING
THE VIRUS... TRAINING TEAMS TO

RESPOND... AND QUICKLY PRODUCING
VACCINES.



SOT: PRESIDENT BUSH - "OUR COUNTRY MUST


HAVE A SURGE CAPACITY IN PLACE

THAT WILL ALLOW US TO BRING A NEW
VACCINE ON-LINE QUICKLY." (:04)



TRACK: THE PRESIDENT'S PLAN ALSO CALLS
FOR HEAVY INVOLVMENT -- BY STATE

AND LOCAL FIRST RESPONDERS... IF A FLU
PANDEMIC, BREAKS OUT. .



(SOT - PRESIDENT BUSH: "WE MUST ENSURE


THAT ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT

ARE READY TO ACT TO CONTAIN AN
OUTBREAK."(:05)



TRACK: DOCTOR NILS DAULAIRE, PRESIDENT

OF THE GLOBAL HEALTH COUNCIL...

SAYS A PLAN LIKE THIS, IS LONG OVERDUE.



(SOT - DR. NILS DAULAIRE / GLOBAL


HEALTH COUNCIL: "WE KNOW THAT THERE

WILL BE ANOTHER GLOBAL PANDEMIC
INFLUENZA, IT MAY NOT BE THIS
PARTICULAR

BIRD FLU BUT IT WILL HAPPEN." (:06)



(STANDUP: ALEEN SIRGANY / CBS NEWS: THE
PRESIDENT HAS ASKED CONGRESS TO

APPROVE THE MONEY FOR THE PLAN ON AN
EMERGENCY BASIS...SAYING IF

LAWMAKERS WAIT FOR A PANDEMIC TO REACH
THE U-S... IT WILL BE TOO LATE.

ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS,
WASHINGTON.")>>
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hold Flu If a flu pandemic ever strikes in


our lifetime, it is sure to affect life
as we know it.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT




VO-NAT The pandemic of 1918 swept

NO SUPER through Roanoke, killing hundreds.

Reports from that time give some idea
of what we could face in the future.

We'll look at lessons from the
past tonight on News 7a t 6.

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ROBIN IN WX-CENTER ROBIN IN WX-CENTER




WXPRO/FULL WEATHER TODAY




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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

Still to come on the newscast, Joy

Sutton will tell us how employees can
help control their health care
premiums.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus a teenager pleads guilty to what


is called one of the area's worst cases
of vandalism.

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ANCHOR ON CAM A teenager pled guilty today to
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales Guilty what the courts are calling one of the


worst acts of vandalism ever in Floyd
County.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Floyd Co.


Back in July more than 100
tombstones at the Zion Lutheran Church
cemetery were knocked over or
destroyed.

The damage is estimated at
8-thousand dollars.

18 year old Travis Frank Price
admitted his part in the crime in court
today.

Church members say they don't
want the teen to go to jail.

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INQ=we urged.




*CG 2line Philip Bouknight
Zion Lutheran Church Pastor PHILIP BOUKNIGHT: 4:30:31:00 WE URGED
THEM TO CONSIDER COMMUNITY SERVICE.
FINANCIAL RESTITUTION AND THAT THE
YOUNG MAN WOULD VISIT THIS CEMETERY ON
THE EVE OF THE CRIME UNTIL HE PAID
OFF THE DEBT FOR REPAIRING IT. :46

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OQ=for repairing it.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Price faces up to five years in
prison.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Healthcheck The cost of health insurance is


increasing every year. Just this year
alone premiums jumped an average of
nine percent . While the increase is
lower than previous years, something is
still driving up the cost of health
insurance.

ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER
TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY


Healthcheck Banner TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Joy Sutton joins us to explain what's
to blame in this Health Check 7 Report
--

Shannon --

I attended a health insurance forum
today to get some answers.

And many of the small business
owners there were looking for solutions

as well.
JOY FULL JOY FULL *CG standup Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com Some factors include the aging
population, the impact of chronic
disease, and new technologies. But one
point that hit home is that the
employees also play a role in rising
premiums.


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INQ=Group health insurance premiums


*CG file File Tape
:00


*CG 2line Michael Rutherford
Business Owner
:17
*CG 2line Dr. Rome "Skip" Walker
Anthem Western Region Medical Dir.
:37


*CG 2line John Edwards

(D) State Senator


:58
*CG 2line Joe Kelliher
Benefits Group
1:25


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OUT Q=employer and employee. <<



Group Health insurance premiums have
gone up 73 percent since 2000 and local
business and their employees are
feeling the pain.

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4:22:55 runs=15



WHEN I FIRST CAME IN ROANOKE VALLEY
ABOUT 10 YEARS AGO, IT WAS 35 DOLLARS
50 DOLLARS, NOW IT'S LIKE 390 DOLLARS
FOR AN INDIVIDUAL A MONTH. AND THOSE
HAVE INCREASED THIS YEAR 15 PERCENT

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That's why many business owners came
out to this Biz2Biz health insurance
forum searching for answers.

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4:24:05 runs=10



WE THINK THE ONLY WAY TO START TO
MITIGATE THE TREND IS TO START TO START
TO SAY WE HAVE TO HAVE HEALTHIER
EMPLOYEES 12 WE HAVE TO INFLUENCE THEIR
LIFESTYLE BEHAVIORS

(END SOT)



Dr. Skip Walker says a person's
lifestyle affects his health status and
that impacts health care costs and
ultimately the cost of insurance.

Other feels this is only part of the
solution.

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4:11:10 runs=17



GIVEN THE FACT THE STATE DOES NOT COVER
FULL COST OF ITS PROVISION THROUGH
MEDICAID THE PRIVATE SECTOR HAS TO PICK
THAT UP 19 IF FED AND STATE GOVT. COULD
COVER THE COSTS AND NOT SHIFT THOSE
COSTS TO PRIVATE SECTOR THAT WOULD
SOLVE A LOT OF THE PROBLEMS

(END SOT)



But some say employees need to
take a more active role in helping to
solve the problem.

SOT FULL



4:16:03 runs=11



AND THAT MAY MEAN TAKING ON MORE
PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY PERHAPS HIGHER
DEDUCTIBLES AND THINGS OF THAT NATURE
IN EXCHANGE FOR THAT THERE IS A LOT OF
PREMIUM SAVINGS FOR BOTH THE EMPLOYER
AND THE EMPLOYEE

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JOY FULL JOY FULL

He's talking about a new push to
consumerism which is based on teaching
employees to be better consumers by
picking plans that offer the

combination of health saving accounts
and high deductibles. This way they
play a greater role in how their health
care dollars are spent without paying
higher premiums for services they may
not use.
TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Shannon

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

Stay tuned, meteorologist Robin Reed
is up next with our forecast.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=The recovery is slow <

some signs of progress. I'm Stacy Case
along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The
latest on rebuilding efforts, coming
up.>>

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Katrina recovery It's been more than two months


since Hurricane Katrina devastated the
Gulf Coast.

Stacy Case is revisiting
Mississippi to check out the progress.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
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INQ=




*CG locator Tylertown, MS


*CG 2line Julian Koontz
Lost Home to Hurricane


*CG 2line Stacy Case
CBS News


*CG 2line Haley Barbour
Mississippi Governor



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OQ=CBS NEWS <<



(END SOT) THE SOUND OF SCHOOLCHILDREN PLAYING
----- NAT: playground again IS A SOUND


OF PROGRESS. MOST SCHOOLS HAVE REOPENED
ALONG MISSISSIPPI'S DEVASTATED GULF

COAST, THOUGH FEW IN THEIR ORIGINAL
BUILDINGS. SUPER: JULIANA KOONTZ/LOST
HOME IN KATRINA it's something normal.
it's fun being back at school THEY CALL
IT THE *NEW* NORMAL. NAT: kids
MAKESHIFT SHUFFLEBOARD. HANDMADE STREET
SIGNS. ENTIRE WARDROBES HANGING FROM A
TREE. IT'S PROVED AN EARLY LESSON IN
STRENGTH FOR JULIANA KOONTZ. SUPER:
JULIANA KOONTZ/LOST HOME IN KATRINA
thankful I got my family, got my pets,
got my friends . AWAY FROM THE
PLAYGROUND, LITTLE ELSE HAS CHANGED.
THERE'S SPOTTY ELECTRICITY AND FEW
TRAFFIC LIGHTS. THOUGH SOME ROADS HAVE
REOPENED, A MAJOR THOROUGHFARE, HIGHWAY
90, STILL SITS CRUMBLED. STAND UP
BRIDGE: STACY CASE/REPORTING BEFORE THE
REBUILDING CAN BEGIN IN EARNEST, THE
CLEAN UP HAS TO BE COMPLETED. THERE'S
SO MUCH DEBRIS, IT'S HARD TO SEE THE
PROGRESS. NAT: moving debris AND THEY
HAVEN'T YET REACHED THE HALFWAY POINT.
THE GOVERNOR'S FORECAST--------? SUPER:


HALEY BARBOUR/MISSISSIPPI GOVERNOR I
think in 5 years there will still be a
lot of construction going on. THE STATE
IS BETTING ON THE CASINO INDUSTRY TO
REVITALIZE THE COAST. NAT SOT: I'm



gonna sign this bill/ applause AND A
NEW LAW WILL ALLOW THE ONCE FLOATING
CASINO BARGES TO REBUILD ONSHORE. MANY
PEOPLE HOPE TO HIT THE JACKPOT WHEN THE
CASINOS START BUYING UP PROPERTY----


NAT : can't find nothing OTHERS LIKE 88
YEAR OLD MARGUERITE MIHOJEVICH AREN'T
SURE WHAT TO DO. SUPER: MARGUERITE
MIHOJEVICH/ LOST HOME IN KATRINA I'm so
scared to bulldoze it maybe I can find
something you know. IT'S THAT SMALL
SEARCH FOR FAMILY TREASURES THAT KEEPS
HER GOING. SC CBS NEWS BILOXI, MS.



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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

Grant Kittelson is up next in
Sports.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT After the break, he'll tell us why


Virginia Tech's game with Miami this
week is so important to the Hokies.

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ANCHOR ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=bam

*CG standup Grant Kittelson Welcome to your Tuesday Ticker - gkittelson@wdbj7.com Number 3 Virginia Tech is preparing to
host number 5 Miami Saturday night.

Last Year this game was the
defacto A-C-C Championship game. This
year the winner is a front runner to
play in the first official Conference
Title Game. Mike Stevens checks in
from Blacksburg with more on the Game.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com

:00


*CG 2line Frank Beamer
7 and 7 Against Miami
:28


*CG locator Miami, FL
This Season
:39


*CG 2line Darryl Tapp
VT Senior Defensive End
:53


*CG 2line Justin Hamilton
VT Senior Cornerback
1:08



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OQ=...NEWS 7 SPORTS <<



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ANCHOR ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The close finishes of Monday Night


Football this season continued last
night as the Pittsburgh Steelers eeked

out a win over the Baltimore Ravens.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Pittsburgh, PA
Last Night The Steelers scored 2 Touchdowns
on the evening, both of them by Big
Money Heath Miller out of U-V-A. He
helped give Pittsburgh the lead, but
they found themselves on the short end
late in the game. 2nd year Quarterback
Ben Rothlisberger led the Steelers down
the field and Jeff Reed kicked the game
winning field goal with just under 2
minutes to go for the 20 to 19 win.
The only drawback. Roethlisberger
tweaked his knee injury a little bit
but should be alright for the Steelers
next game.

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ANCHOR ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC= Coming up at 6 more from Mike


Stevens with the Hokies and the Silly
Season heats up in Nascar. We'll see
you then everybody, Shannon's coming
right back to wrap up News 7 at 5.
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE An increase in interest rates and a
ENG#=1 profit warning from Dell pushed the


stock markets lower today.

Alexis Christoforous is here with
all the details.

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*CG 2line Alexis Christoforous
CBS Money Watch
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STOCK ROLL STOCK ROLL
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70.70
h
0.85
53.64
i
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56.55
h
0.10
18.82


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0.15
19.94
h
0.03
21.70
i
0.45
27.74
i
0.76
100.84
i
0.72
61.90


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0.51

36.84
h
0.01
26.23
i
0.12
32.94
h
1.25
79.30
i
0.98
45.24


*CG 5stox4 i
0.52
58.56
i
0.19
21.55


Unchg
26.10
h
0.01
3.66
i
0.12
21.28

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The heavy hitters of the Chicago


White Sox may just become heavy if they
keep eating like they did today.

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*CG locator Chicago

The Sox were presented with a
400-pound cheesecake to celebrate their
World Series championship.

Mayor Richard Dale, Sox manager
Ozzie Guillen and owner Jerry Reinsdorf
were on hand to help cut the cake at
City Hall.

The cake was cut into about two
thousand slices.

Also on display was the World
Series trophy.

The championship is the Sox's
first in 88-years.

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