11/18/05

News 7 at noon

CAPTION: Iraq Blast


A surveillance camera catches the
latest bomb attack in Iraq.

Blasts today claim more than 70 lives


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Gusty winds are fanning the flames of
a 500- acre wildfire outside Los
Angeles.
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CAPTION: Weekend Forecast

Sunshine continues through the weekend
as temperatures warm up a bit. I'll
have the details.

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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



<< *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


*CG 305 >>
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GRAPHIC=Iraq Casualties Two men from Southwest Virginia lost


their lives in Iraq this week.

Both were both 26 years old.

Army Staff Sergeant James Earl Estep
of Damascus was killed by a roadside
bomb.


Marine Second Lieutenant Donald Ryan
McGlothlin of Lebanon died fighting
near the Syrian border.
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GRAPHIC=Iraq Bombings The latest round of bombings and


bloodshed in Iraq killed dozens of
people today.

At least 74 people died when suicide
bombers attacked mosques in eastern
Iraq.

In Baghdad, car bombs exploded
outside a hotel housing

journalists.

And as Charlie D'Agata reports, it was
all caught on tape.

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INQ=Captured on surveillance




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq


*CG 2line Maj. Stanley
U. S. Army


*CG file File Tape
*CG standup Charlie D'Agata

Reporting

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OQ=D'Agata, News 7. <<



(END SOT) Captured on surveillance video from


the roof of Baghdad's al Hamra

hotel...this white van would deliver
the first deadly blow, acting as a

battering ram...



(pause for blast video)



...to decimate the hotel's blast
barriers, its only line of defense

against massive suicide car bombs.



But most of this damage was caused by a
second, bigger blast...a tanker

truck full of explosives which
detonated thirty seconds afterward.



MAJOR STANLEY, US ARMY:

THEY TRIED TO BREACH THE WALL TO GET
INTO THE HOTEL. A LOT OF DAMAGE, A

LOT OF CASUALTIES AT THE MOMENT.



Iraqi casualties....local residents,
buried beneath the rubble of their

own homes.




The target may have been the al Hamra,
home to Western journalists, but

it suffered little more damage than
broken windows.



(FILE OF PALESTINE BLAST)

The attackers followed the same M-O as
the triple suicide bomb blasts

three weeks ago at the Palestine
Hotel...again targeting journalists,

again employing one car bomb to blast
down walls so that another, larger

one could break through and wreak
havoc.



(SHOTS OF INJURED)



And those who don't deliver their
deadly payload in cars, continue to do

it on foot.



(MAP, OR APTN FOOTAGE)

In the northeast town of Khanaqin...two
bombers strapped with suicide

vests killed dozens of Shiite
worshippers packed into mosques during
the

busiest time of Friday prayers.




Mosques, western hotels...it appears
nowhere is safe...nowhere is sacred.



Cd, News 7.



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GRAPHIC=Wildfire California firefighters are trying to


stay one step ahead of the winds, as
they battle a wildfire outside Los
Angeles.

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




*CG locator Ventura Co., CA

The 500- acre blaze broke out early
today in a remote canyon area.

Authorities say it's burning on oil
field facilities.

Warm, dry winds are fanning the
flames, which could make the fire
unpredictable.

While there's no immediate threat to
homes, officials worry the fire could
spread to communities in the foothills.

There's no word yet on what may have

sparked the fire.

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GRAPHIC=Liberty University The Reverend Jerry Falwell says


Liberty University's sports programs
have not been living up to

expectations.

Now the school has fired the head
coach of the football team and three
top athletic administrators.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg
February 2000 Coach Ken Karcher was fired two days
before the Flames' final game tomorrow
at Norfolk State.

Karcher got the news before practice
yesterday afternoon, but he has
declined comment.

His record was 21-and-45 in six years
at Liberty. The team is 1-and-9 this
season.

Karcher was in the first year of a
four-year contract.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=Hold Falwell also fired athletics


director Thom Park, and two associate
athletics directors.

The school's athletics program lost
seven-point-four million dollars last
year, the biggest drain by any
department on Liberty's overall budget.
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GRAPHIC=None Would building two high school


football stadiums be a good thing for
the city of Roanoke?

That was the heart of the debate at
the first community meeting held on the
issue last night.

As Justin McLeod tells us, there were
differing opinions.

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INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
:00




*CG 2line Susan Wadsworth
Neighbor
:14


*CG 2line Connie Hogan
Neighbor
:36


*CG 2line Richard Rife
Architect
:52



*CG 2line Foncheska Bullard
William Fleming High School Senior
1:05


*CG 2line Heather Thomas
Patrick Henry High School Junior
1:16


*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:37



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OQ=jm, news 7 <<((NAT SOUND OF SUSAN AT 6:16:02


SAYING "WE'VE LIVED HERE ABOUT 18
ALMOST 19 YEARS"))

Susan Wadsworth lives a stones throw
away from Patrick Henry HIgh School.

She's ok with placing a day stadium
on campus, it's a lit stadium at night
that concerns her.

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INQ=It will make SUSAN WADSWORTH/NEIGHBOR: IT WILL MAKE


US LEAN NOT TO DO ANYTHING OUTDOORS SO
AS TO TAKE A WALK IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
OR SIT ON THE DECK AND HAVE A COOKOUT
BECAUSE WE'D HAVE THREE THOUSAND
CLOSEST FRIENDS UP ON THE HILL.


RUN09 (END SOT)



OQ=up on the hill Many of her neighbors feel the same


way.

So they showed up in large numbers to
express their concerns at this
community meeting

They fear a school based stadium will
lead to more traffic and create parking
problems in their neighborhood.

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INQ=They're going to CONNIE HOGAN/NEIGHBOR: THEY'RE GOING


TO PARK ALL OVER THE PLACE. THEY'RE
GOING TO BLOCK YOUR DRIVEWAYS, THEY'RE
GOING TO GET IN FRONT OF YOUR HOUSE.

RUN05 (END SOT)



OQ=of your house ((NAT SOUND OF CHEERLEADING AT 5:42:10


SAYING "LET'S GO PH."))

And what about the noise a stadium
would create?

The school's architect believes that
can be reduced by sinking the field
several feet.

SOT FULL 6:25:54 SOT FULL



INQ=I don't want to RICHARD RIFE/ARCHITECT: I DON'T WANT


TO REPRESENT THAT IT WOULD CONTAIN ALL
THE NOISE BY ANY MEANS. IT WILL HELP
AT SOME LEVEL.

RUN07 (END SOT)



OQ=at some level Not everyone at this meeting opposes



school based stadiums.

Students believe they would increase
school pride.

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INQ=The ownership would be FONCHESKA BULLARD/WILLIAM FLEMING H.S.


SENIOR: THE OWNERSHIP WOULD BE BETTER.
WE KNOW THAT IS OUR TERRORITY THAT
WOULD MAKE OUR FOOTBALL PLAYERS WANT TO
PLAY MORE.

RUN05 (END SOT)



OQ=to play more Supporters also say Victory Stadium


is inadequate.

SOT FULL 6:27:00 SOT FULL



INQ=When you go HEATHER THOMAS/PATRICK HENRY H.S.


JUNIOR: WHEN YOU GO TO OTHER SCHOOLS
THEY'RE NICE, THEY'RE STADIUMS ARE NEAT
AND CLEAN, AND OURS IS BROKE DOWN AND
MESSED UP.

RUN05 (END SOT)



OQ=and messed up Neighbors like Susan Wadsworth say


they're not the bad guys by opposing
school based stadiums.

She could learn to live with it, she
just wished the city'd been more
upfront.

SOT FULL 6:18:32 SOT FULL



INQ=They're asking SUSAN WADSWORTH: THEY'RE ASKING OUR


OPINION AFTER THE DECISION HAS BEEN
MADE AND WE DON'T FEEL THAT'S BEING

CONSCIENTIOUS OF THE CITIZENS.

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OQ=conscientious of the citizens





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INQ= JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE CITY


STRESSES SCHOOL STADIUMS ARE FAR FROM A
DONE DEAL. THE PROPERTY AT PH MUST
FIRST BE RE-ZONED AND THE PLANNING
COMMISSION IS HOLDING A PUBLIC HEARING
ON THAT DECEMBER 15TH. JUSTIN McLEOD,
NEWS 7.

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OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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HARD MUSIC UNDER Coming up next on the newscast, one
world leader says reports of his
illness have been greatly exaggerated.

Also are you getting a lot of mail
from credit card companie?

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INQ=You probably





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ANCHOR ON CAM Cuban dictator Fidel Castro is
GRAPHIC=None scoffing at reports that he suffers


from Parkinson's Disease.

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




*CG locator Havana, Cuba

Yesterday, the 79- year- old Castro
made his first public appearance
following new reports of failing
health.

At the University of Havana, Castro
appeared fit as he delivered a speech
to students that lasted for nearly four
hours.


The communist leader has also
reportedly suffered from other
diseases, as well.

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GRAPHIC=Medical News The Department of Veterans


Affairs says co-pays on prescription
drugs for many veterans will increase
by a dollar in 2006.
Take APRISA FULL TAKE APRISA FULL

Patients considered Priority
Group One, will not see an increase.

However on January 1st,
Priority Groups two through eight WILL
see the cost of a 30-day supply of
prescription drugs increase from seven
to eight dollars.
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GRAPHIC=hold Some medications and V- A


patients will be exceptions to the one-
dollar increase.

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GRAPHIC=None Credit card companies are now


paying new customers to sign up.

It's just one of many incentives to
get you to use plastic, a practice that
can quickly get out of control.

Alexis Christoforous reports.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Alexis Christoforous
CBS News
:31



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OQ=CBS NEWS <<



(END SOT) MOST AMERICANS ARE INUNDATED WITH


CREDIT CARD OFFERS...



(SOT-MOS:) I PROBABLY GET TWO A WEEK.



(SOT-MOS:) EVERY DAY



(SOT-MOS:) I USUALLY RECEIVE ABOUT ONE


A WEEK AND I JUST THROW THEM IN

THE GARBAGE. I DON'T EVEN OPEN THEM.



BUT CREDIT CARD COMPANIES ARE OFFERING
SOME NEW REWARDS -- HOPING YOU'LL


TAKE A SECOND LOOK...

BANK OF AMERICA AND AMERICAN EXPRESS
HAVE EACH LAUNCHED SO-CALLED SPEND

TO SAVE CARDS... WHERE THEY DEPOSIT A
PERCENTAGE OF WHAT YOU CHARGE INTO

A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.



(SOT-MOS:) (.3-13:31) I WANT TO GET A
CARD LIKE THAT. SOT-MOS:



(.3-12:04) I'M NOT A VERY GOOD SAVER SO
I PROBABLY WOULD DO THAT. I'D BE

INTERESTED.



(STANDUP:) RECENT GOVERNMENT DATA
SHOWS THAT MOST AMERICANS SPEND

MORE THAN THEY EARN... BUT SOME
CONSUMER ADVOCATES SAY BUYING ON CREDIT

IS NO WAY TO BUILD SAVINGS.



OTHER CREDIT CARD COMPANIES ARE TRYING
TO ENTICE CONSUMERS TIRED OF

PAYING HIGH FEES.

CITIGROUP'S SIMPLICITY CARD WAVES THE
$39 LATE FEE... AS LONG AS YOU USE

THE CARD ONCE A MONTH - A PLUS IF YOU
ONLY MAKE LATE PAYMENTS ONCE IN A

WHILE --



BUT IN THE FINE PRINT, CITIGROUP SAYS

IF YOU MISS PAYMENTS OR DON'T MAKE

A PURCHASE THEY COULD HIKE YOUR
INTEREST RATE AND TACK ON FEES.



WITH ALL THE COMPETITION, CREDIT CARD
COMPANIES WILL LIKELY KEEP UPPING

THE ANTE TO KEEP CUSTOMERS...



(SOT-MOS) I GET REWARDS... UM, BUT I


DON'T USE IT.



EXPERTS SAY IT'S IMPORTANT TO CHOOSE A
CARD THAT FITS YOUR BUYING

HABITS...



(SOT-MOS:) I'M MORE INTERESTED IN THE


FREQUENT FLIER MILES.



AND MAKE SURE YOU CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
THE REWARDS YOU ARE BEING

OFFERED.



ALEXIS CHRISOFOROUS, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK



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GRAPHIC=Schwarzenegger Arnold Schwarzenegger is wrapping up


his week in China, where he's been
pitching the Golden State's trade and
tourism opportunities.

But today, he was in fighting form,
taking on the PIRATES of China.

Celia Hatton explains.

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INQ=Arnold Schwarzenegger




*CG file Public Service Announcement
:00
*CG standup Celia Hatton
Reporting
:27


*CG 2line Allan Zaremberg
California Chamber of Commerce
:54


*CG 2line Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger

(R) California


1:08



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OQ=Hatton, News 7. <<



(END SOT) NATZ PSA, ARNOLD AND JACKIE ON BIKES



Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jackie

Chan... two of the movie world's

biggest action stars... teaming up to
fight pirates... product pirates.



ARNIE AND JACKIE HUGGING ON STAGE

In Hong Kong on the final stop of a
trade mission, the Governor joined

his old friend in to launch a TV ad
campaign imploring fans to stop

buying counterfeit goods.



ARNIE CLIP FROM PSA

Help us stop piracy. Let's terminate
it.



NAT SOUND FROM PSA -- CAR CRASH,
ANTI-PIRACY LOGO



CELIA HATTON STANDUP

The Governor's new public service
announcement may be done with a smile

but Schwarzenegger is deadly serious
about putting an end to product

piracy... A seemingly unstoppable
problem in China that leads US

businesses to lose billions of dollars
a year.



This PSA might help... it will have an

expected audience of more than a

billion people in Hong Kong and beyond.



Traveling with Schwarzenegger...the
head of California's Chamber of

Commerce, he says the governor is
smart to take advantage of his

popularity in China.



Sot: ALLAN ZAREMBERG/PRESIDENT,
CALIFORNIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

One of the things this governor can do,
I think, is command the

attention of Chinese people. For them,
to see that it comes from the

ground up, from the people up to the
government.



The governor himself was a little bit
more modest.



Sot: Gov. Arnold
Schwarzenegger/R-California

Three years ago, I was making thirty
million dollars a movie and now I'm

doing PSAs. (laughing) This is what my
career has come to as you can

see.




Not a bad career... for an actor turned
politician... turned pirate

fighter,

Celia Hatton, News 7.

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GRAPHIC= Coming up on News7 at Noon, Brent


Watts joins us Live from the Grand
Opening of Roanoke's new Starbucks.

LIVE=Brent MICROWAVE LIVE FULL

*CG live Roanoke

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GRAPHIC=None The Roanoke Valley is getting its


fill of coffee this week.


First, the relighting of the H&C
Coffee sign, and now, the grand opening
of Starbucks at Valley View Mall.

ROANOKE DOUBLE BOXES=Kim/Brent DOUBLE BOXES



That's where we find Brent Watts
this afternoon.

LIVE=Brent LIVE FULL

*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke


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VO NAT

Brent adlibs over :30 of video






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*CG live Roanoke





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On Wall Street at Noon, the Dow was up
a half a point. The NASDAQ has gained
four points.
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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER Coming up next on the newscast,

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Several Hokies and Hoos have more


in common then their love for football.

Religion also keeps the two
rivals connected.

Travis Wells has more when News
Seven at Noon continues.
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GRAPHIC=ACC CONNECTION The annual battle for the


Commonwealth Cup in Charlottesville is
only a day away.

While the Hokies and Hoos will be
on opposite sides this weekend, several
players from both teams are tied
together by their faith in Christ.

Travis Wells has more in this
week's ACC Connection.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=




*CG locator Blacksburg
:00


*CG 2line Darryl Tapp
Hokies Defensive End
:22
*CG 2line James Anderson
Hokies Linebacker
1:06



*CG 2line Connor Hughes
Cavaliers Place Kicker
1:43

RUNS=2:20 (END SOT)



OQ=gonna be a fun game." < (END SOT) Darryl Tapp, linebacker James Anderson,


and three Hokie teammates, spent a week
in Fort Collins, Colorado, learning
leadership skills at the Ultimate
Training Camp presented by Athletes in
Action. It was an experience that
helped both players put things in
proper perspective.

DARRYL TAPP/HOKIES DEFENSIVE END:

This year's camp was the third such
event that Anderson had attended. In
the summer of 2004, he spent a week in
Los Angeles along with former Tech
quarterback Bryan Randall working with
inner city kids.

JAMES ANDERSON/HOKIES LINEBACKER:

Anderson is one of 13 finalists
for the Weurffel Award or Humanitarian
Heisman, given for academic success and
community service.

Likewise, UVA kicker Connor Hughes
is a semifinalist for the Draddy Award
or Academic Heisman, which honors some

of the same attributes. The two role
models served together this past summer
in Colorado.

CONNOR HUGHES/CAVALIERS PLACE KICKER:

Hughes is one of 13 Cavalier
seniors to play their final home game
on Saturday. And he's not looking
forward to doing it against his new
friends.

CONNOR:>>




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across the state.

Here's a look at the regional
semifinal slate for Central and
Southwest Virginia.
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