11/01/05

News-7 at 6


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VO-NAT Four weeks after a deadly


shooting at a Southeast Roanoke
convenience store, police are
investigating another homicide there.

Tonight one person is dead,
another man is in custody, charged with
murder.
JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

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


is off tonight.

<< *CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com


*CG 304


*CG standup Grant Kittelson >>
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=HOLD The latest call came around


9:45 this morning and this time it was
the owner of Amelio's Market who was
fatally wounded.

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & JoeD/Starlink DOUBLE BOXES



Joe Dashiell is outside
the market tonight.

What are neighbors saying?

LIVE=JoeD Full/Starlink LIVE FULL

*CG standup Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke



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*CG locator Roanoke
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*CG 2line Crystal Gibson Murad
Awni Murad's Widow
:15
*CG 2line Bill Bauman
Neighbor
:37
*CG 2line Tim Newland
Neighbor
:45

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*CG live Roanoke



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GRAPHIC=HOLD The suspect in this latest murder



at Amelio's market has been in jail
before... about 15 years ago.
APRISA FULL TAKE APRISA FULL

Gary E. Pritchard, Junior was
convicted of assault and battery in
Roanoke County; he served six weeks.

Online court records also show
that Pritchard was convicted of
abduction in Roanoke City; he got a
five year suspended sentence on that
charge.

The picture jail officials
released is from their files.

A spokeswoman says this afternoon
Pritchard "collapsed" and refused to
cooperate when they tried to make a new
photo.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD This is the second fatal shooting


at Amelio's Market in a month.

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*CG locator Roanoke
October 4 It was four weeks ago today that 48

year old Awnie Murad was found dead
inside the store.

Murad was a clerk at the market,
and known as "Major" to friends and
customers.

Police have charged 21year old
Albert Lamont Jacobs with Murad's
murder.

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GRAPHIC=None Lynchburg police had to use


non-lethal force to get a 92-year-old
man to give up his gun and end a
two-hour standoff this morning.

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*CG locator Lynchburg

16:03:21 natsot fires gun



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A tactical team officer fired a
foam bullet at 92-year-old William

Cardwell after he came out of a
bathroom holding a small handgun.

The round stunned Cardwell long
enough for two other officers to move
in and get the gun away from him.

Police were called to the home on
Langhorne Road after family members
reported Cardwell had been holed up
inside a bathroom and wouldn't come
out.

He was treated for a minor leg
wound then taken for a psychiatric
evaluation.

No charges have been filed.

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GRAPHIC=Victory Stadium Today is a big day in the future of


Victory Stadium. At this hour, City
Council is receiving cost estimates on
renovating or building a new stadium.

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Justin McLeod is live at the City
Municipal building. Justin, what does
the report say?

Jean, the numbers are interesting.



LIVE=Justin Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke

The mayor even says they're
surprising.

The consultant's report reveals
it would be cheaper to renovate Victory
Stadium, but keep in mind there are
several variables involved.

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VO NAT


*CG locator Roanoke

For example, it would cost 13
and a half million dollars to renovate
the stadium at 18-thousand seats if the
city qualifies for historic tax
credits.

Without the tax credits,
renovation would cost roughly
18-million.

Now a new 5-thousand seat
stadium would cost 16.7 million.

A new 10-thousand seat stadium
would cost a little over 23 million
dollars.

LIVE=Justin Full/Micro LIVE FULL


*CG live Roanoke



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GRAPHIC=None An anthrax scare forced a retired


Floyd County couple from their home
last night.

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*CG locator Floyd Co.

Arlie Thompson and his wife
opened a credit card offer from the
mail when a white powder spilled out of
the envelope.

The pair was taken to the New
River Valley Medical Center where they
were checked and released.

Preliminary tests results say the
power is a wheat-based cereal, like
Cream of Wheat.


Further tests are being done to
rule out anthrax and other biological
agents

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GRAPHIC=Guilty Plea A teen plead guilty today


vandalizing a Floyd County cemetery.

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*CG locator Floyd Co.

Back in July more than 100
tombstones at the Zion (Zy-in) 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 actually
don't want the teen to go to jail.

Price faces up to five years in
prison for the vandalism.

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GRAPHIC=None When News 7 viewers see someone in


need, they step forward.

Such was the case when we told you
about a man who's furnace was broken.

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*CG locator Roanoke
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*CG 2line Maudie Lawton
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OQ=THANK GOD FOR IT. <<



(END SOT) Viewers called and emailed News 7


when they heard about Maudie Lawton-
the 73 year old did not have heat in
his home-

Today News 7 can report that the
problem is fixed- the heat is back on.

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MAUDIE LAWTON:

OK THE THERMOSTATS IS WORKING NOW I GOT
A NEW ONE THE GUY CAME IN AND BROUGHT
ME A NEW ONE.

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OQ=me a new one When we arrived a worker from the


League of Older Americans was visiting
Maudie-

37:08 JEAN; YOU'VE CHECKED HIS FURNACE
AND THE THERMOSTAT AND IT WORKS. RIGHT

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OQ=AND IT WORKS RIGHT Like many people who need help,


Maudie doesn't like accepting it- When
we told him about the people who
reached out to help....

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MAUDIE: IT SUPRISED ME I'M GLAD I THANK
GOD FOR IT.

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Maudie may have trouble paying for


the heating bills this winter.

If you're in that situation- you

can apply to social services for help-
Here are the requirements.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT For a household with one person your


income BEFORE taxes -can NOT exceed one
thousand 37 dollars.

The figure goes up for each
additional person-

The household income for a family
of four can not exceed 2 thousand 97
dollars a month.

For each disabled person in the
house and each person paying a medicare
premium you can add 25 dollars to that
figure.

People can apply at their local
social services department through
November 14th.

There is also a heating crisis
program- that begins today.

That helps in emergency situations
with heating security deposits,
portable space heaters and furnace
repairs.

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GRAPHIC=None The man who made everyone feel at


home at the Homestead has died.

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*CG locator Bath Co.
1993 Johnny Gazzola was the public
relations director for 32 years at the
Bath County resort.

He also served as a county
supervisor and was a decorated World
War II veteran.

Johnny was 79. He's survived by
his wife Opal, and two children.

A memorial service will be held
tomorrow.

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Scientists say a new flu
pandemic may be coming... nearly 90
years after an outbreak killed millions
worldwide.

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Still ahead on News Seven, see
what it did to the Roanoke Valley and

hear from those who survived it.
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Coming up on News Seven, how
the government's preparing to deal with
a flu pandemic... and why the last
outbreak hit this area especially hard.

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!!!USE NAT SOUND UNDER!!! Plus the surprise of a
lifetime for a local teacher.

Why he took home 25-thousand
dollars at the end of the day.
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GRAPHIC=Bird Flu Failure to act now could


cost many lives. That's President
Bush's view of bird flu.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Today he unveiled a


seven-billion dollar plan to fight a
possible flu pandemic in the U-S.

The plan calls for producing
and stockpiling enough vaccine to
protect 20-million people, as well as
creating a worldwide early detection
program and training teams to respond.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD As the nation prepares for a bird


flu outbreak, the possibility of a
pandemic flu is nothing new to the
Roanoke Valley.

Intern Reporter Kelli O'Hara met
with survivors of the killer virus that
hit 87-years ago.

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*CG 2line Anne Jackson
98-year-old Flu Survivor
:10


*CG 2line Harold Fisher
98-year-old Flu Survivor
:30


*CG standup Kelli O'Hara
Intern Reporter
1:00


*CG 2line Thelma Wade
100-year-old Flu Survivor
1:25


*CG 2line Pam Young
Virginia Room Associate Librarian
1:46



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OQ=Kelli O'Hara, News 7, Roanoke <


(END SOT) ANNE JACKSON/98 YEAR-OLD FLU


SURVIVOR:PEOPLE WERE DYING LIKE FLIES.



Anne Jackson survived the great

pandemic flu of 1918, but many others
didn't.



:14:12-20 ANNE JACKSON: THEY COULDN'T
BURY THE PEOPLE, THE BODIES FAST ENOUGH
THEY HAD THEM ALL LINED UP IN THE
CEMETERIES WAITING TO BE BURIED.



Few photographs tell the Valley's
story, but National Archive photos

used in this PBS documentary illustrate
the flu's effect across the country.

But Harold Fisher needs no pictures to
remember.



SOT-TC-00:00:38-:49-HAROLD FISHER/


98-YEAR-OLD FLU SURVIVOR:

YES, I REMEMBER PEOPLE BEING SICK AND
THAT IT WAS A TERRIBLE TIME, PEOPLE
WERE DYING AND I HAD THE FLU AND IT WAS
BAD.



News 7, did find this rare local photo
reminding us that while doctors were
away at war, Roanoke Red Cross and
hospital nurses faced a major crisis.
More importantly, the irony of
Roanoke's role as a railroad town
transported more flu carriers into the

valley.



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HERE IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY,
ALMOST 500 PEOPLE DIED IN 1918 FROM THE
INFLUENZA PANDEMIC. TEN THOUSAND MORE
WERE STRUCK DOWN IN VIRGINIA. AND
ACROSS THE UNITED STATES OVER A HALF A
MILLION PEOPLE PERISHED.



36:04 INFLUENZA BROUGHT ON BY
PNEUMONIA.

Local death certificates help tell the
story. So do the gravestones.
Businesses, schools and life in general
shut down. Thelma Wade was in school at
the time.



SOT-00:23:16-:28-THELMA WADE/100


YEAR-OLD FLU SURVIVOR

THE WESTEND SCHOOL IN ROANOKE.
AND IT SHUT DOWN? UNN HUN, FOR A LONG
TIME DO YOU REMEMBER? NO JUST UNTIL THE
WORST WAS OVER.



But it was hard to know when the worst
WAS over. News coverage of this killer
virus was limited to short stories on
the back pages of the newspaper.




SOT-00:34:00-:04 -PAM YOUNG/ VIRGINIA


ROOM ASSOCIATE LIBRARIAN:

THE NEWSPAPER HOW THEY DOWNPLAYED IT
FOR A LONG TIME, SO IT WAS A LOT OF
WORD BY MOUTH.



Media coverage would surely be
different this time, and so would the
quality of health care, but the events
of 1918 suggest if a devestating flu
hits again, it'll affect us in ways the
survivors will never forget. In
Roanoke, Kelli O'Hara, News 7.>>
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GRAPHIC=NONE Teacher's often say they're

Education 7 Animation underpaid but now one Salem teacher is
twenty-five thousand dollars richer.

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*CG locator Salem

Mark Ingerson, a world history
teacher at Salem High School, was
surprised today with a Milken Award.

Ingerson won the twenty-five

thousand dollar prize after raising
student's S-O-L test scores.

Half of Ingerson's students now
receive advanced marks on the test and
he was even named Salem's teacher of
the year in 2004.

Ingerson joins an elite league of
twenty-four other Milken Award winners
across Virginia since 1999.

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GRAPHIC=None Coming up the place to be this


weekend in College Football will be
Blacksburg as the Hokies face their
toughest test to date in Miami. Mike
Stevens will check in from Virginia
Tech.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT and the Mexican Hat Dance that is


the end of the Nascar season is in full
swing with a dance partner changing
earlier than expected. Sports is next
with the details.

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GRAPHIC=TECH/MIAMI Can you put a price on how big the


Virginia Tech-Miami game is going to
be. Someone did today on e-bay.
Asking 2-thousand dollars for a set of
4 tickets. As of last check no bids
had been place. Mike Stevens checks in
from Blacksburg where the Hokies hope
the Price is Right for another win over
the Hurricanes.

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*CG locator Blacksburg
:00
*CG 2line Frank Beamer
7 and 7 Against Miami
:30


*CG standup Mike Stevens

mstevens@wdbj7.com
:47


*CG 2line Darryl Tapp
VT Senior Defensive End
:57



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OQ=...NEWS 7 SPORTS." << The oddsmakers have the Hokies
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favorites over the Canes - and why not.

Tech has beaten Miami 7 of the
last 10 times the two have played
including the last two meetings.

More than 200 members of media
from all over the country will in
attendance along with a Lane Stadium
record 15 bowl scouts.

Game Day will be back, as well in
what is looking like pregame hype on
steroids.

FRANK BEAMER

MIKE STEVENS

DARRYL TAPP

Despite the occasional trash
talking - the two programs have the
utmost for one another - and for Tech
their success against Miami has defined
the program's rise to the top of the

college football world

FRANK

The Canes and Hokies have played
22 times - Miami is 4 and 4 in games
played at Lane Stadium. In Blacksburg,
Mike Stevens News 7 Sports.

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GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup It's called the Silly Season in


Nascar. When Drivers begin jumping
from one team to another for next year.


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VO-NAT We already knew Kurt Busch was


leaving Roush Racing to go to Penske
but the original plan was for that to
not happen until 2-thousand 7. While
it's going to happen a little earlier
than expected according to ESPN dot
com. Busch has been released from his
contract with Roush to drive the 97 car
and will take over the Number 2 car at
Pensake next year that is be vacated by
Rusty Wallace who is retiring at the
end of this season.

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Jean & Robin
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GRAPHIC=NONE We welcome November with leaf



color behind schedule and the
temperature forecast on the warm side.
But that didn't stop meteorologist Leo November almanac. Hirsbrunner from looking ahead in our