11/25/05

News 7 Mornin'


ENG#3 Coming up on News 7 Mornin'...



The Salvation Army brought
holiday cheer to one local men's
shelter.

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ENG#4 And with winter approaching,



homeless shelters are gearing up to
help those on the streets survive the
long cold winter.







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GRAPHIC=News 7 Mornin' With that cold air comes concern


for those without a warm place to stay.

Jeremy Butterfield spoke with
local shelters about the approaching
cold, and what they are doing to help

those who would otherwise be out on the
street.

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INQ=As night fell on




*CG locator Roanoke
:00
*CG 2line Lowell Meadows
Samaritan Inn
:12


*CG 2line Randy Welch
Salvation Army
:51


*CG reporter Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:10



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OQ=Butterfield, News 7, Roanoke. <<



(END SOT) As night fell on Roanoke the


streets emptied and a cold wind began
to blow.

That wind signifies the approach
of winter, a busy season for area
homeless shelters.

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LOWELL MEADOWS:WE GIVE OUT COATS AND
GLOVES, STOCKING CAPS, LONG JOHNS, THEY
LIKE JOGGING SUITS. PEOPLE ON THE
STREETS THEY LAYER UP REAL WELL AND
PEOPLE KNOW US SO THEY COME HERE ON A
PRETTY FREQUENT BASIS SO THEY CAN GET
THOSE ITEMS TO THEY CAN STAY WARM.

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OQ= Thanks to donations to the


Samaritan Inn, Meadows offers Roanoke's
homeless population with the survival
tools they need to make it through the
winter.

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MEADOWS:WE JUST DON'T WANT TO SEE
NOBODY DIE MAN, THAT'S THE WHOLE THING.

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OQ= Just down the street, the


Salvation Army's shelter strives to
provide a hot meal and a warm bed to
escape the cold.

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INQ= @09:51:52



RANDY WELCH:THIS IS OUR EMERGENCY DORM
HERE. WE CAN SLEEP 50 PEOPLE AND AS YOU
CAN SEE WE HAVE ROOM IN HERE FOR ABOUT
25 MORE WHICH WE DO ANTICIPATE THEM

BEING FILLED WITHIN THE NEXT COUPLE OF
WEEKS.REPORTER: AS IT GETS COLDER.////
AS IT GETS COLDER AND THE HOLIDAYS
APPROACH IT WILL FILL UP.

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OQ= Both Welch and Meadows say


donations from the community are
vitally important during the winter.

They say it's not a matter of
comfort for the homeless, but life or
death.

Jeremy Butterfield, News 7,
Roanoke.

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GRAPHIC=Thanksgiving Many people in our area


celebrated the things they have to be
thankful for, but some families are
wondering where their next meal is
coming from.

For at least one day, several
Roanoke-area organizations had the
answer to that question.

Steve Smallshaw reports.

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*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Lee Clark
Roanoke Rescue Mission
:17
*CG 2line Sandra Eanes
Roanoke Rescue Mission
:48
*CG standup Steve Smallshaw
ssmallshaw@wdbj7.com
1:01

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OQ=News7, Roanoke. << It is a Thanksgiving meal like no
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Imagine inviting a thousand of your
closest friends and family over for
turkey and all the trimmings ... and
serving it all in just a few hours.

But at Roanoke's Rescue Mission,
this is not much different than what
they do every day ... providing hot
meals to needy residents.

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IN Q=We're feeding 1:05:58 LEE CLARK/RESCUE MISSION: WE'RE


FEEDING RECORD NUMBERS OF PEOPLE THIS
YEAR. THIS YEAR WE'RE ON TARGET TO
SERVE OVER 330-THOUSAND MEALS THIS YEAR

AT THE MISSION, AND IT'S AGAIN, NOT
JUST PEOPLE IN THE SHELTER IT'S FOLKS
IN THE COMMUNITY WHO DON'T HAVE THE
MONEY TO PUT FOOD ON THE TABLE WHO ARE
COMING HERE TO HAVE MEALS WITH US.
THAT'S THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF MEALS
WE'VE EVER SERVED.

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NATSOT natsot stirring 1:11:41


RUN02 Sandra Eanes helps direct this crew
of both volunteers and Mission
residents as they dole out turkey,
potatoes, stuffing and more to a
constantly rotating crowd in the
Mission's dining hall.

Even though the actual cooking
began Monday, this has been a labor of
love.

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IN Q=It just makes 1:09:03 SANDRA EANES/RESCUE MISSION: IT


JUST MAKES YOU FEEL PEACE AND
CONTENTMENT WHEN YOU CAN HELP SO MANY
PEOPLE TAHT ARE UNDERPRIVILEGED AND
DON'T HAVE FOOD TO EAT AT THEIR HOMES,.
THEY CAN COME HERE AND ENJOY A GREAT
MEAL AND THEY GET EXCELLENT SERVICE
HERE.


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Standup Standup 23:02:42

IN Q=Rescue Mission Rescue Mission officials say because of


large-scale disasters around the world
and in the U-S this past year, their
donations are down about 16 percent.
Unfortunately, demand is up about 17
percent, making it hard to fill in that
gap.
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IN Q=We've had more 1:06:55 CLARK: WE'VE HAD MORE FOLKS WHO


HAVE BEEN HIT BY TROUBLED TIMES IN THE
COMMUNITY. UTILITY COSTS ARE UP FOR
EVERYONE. I MEAN, EVEN HERE AT THE
MISSION, OUR AVERAGE UTILITY COSTS ARE
UP SIXTY PERCENT OVER WHAT THEY WERE
LAST YEAR. THAT'S CAUSING A PROBLEM FOR
EVERYBODY IN THE COMMUNITY. SO SOME
FOLKS WHO WERE ABLE TO LIVE PAYCHECK TO
PAYCHECK BEFORE ARE NOW FINDING
THEMSELVES IN A SITUATION WHERE THEY
NEED SOME HELP.

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OUT Q=need some help. And the Mission vows it will always



be there to provide it ... 365 days a
year.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD It was dinner on a smaller scale


but with the same purpose at Roanoke's
Salvation Army shelter.

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*CG locator Roanoke

About forty men took part in the
holiday meal at the shelter on Salem
Avenue.

Volunteers and shelter residents
helped dish out the meal of turkey,
mashed potatoes, vegetables and other
fixings.

Shelter officials say it's
important to provide a family-type
setting for these men who are going
through some tough personal times.

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INQ=Thanksgiving is a





*CG 2line Randy Welch
Salvation Army 22:59:55 RANDY WELCH/SALVATION ARMY:
THANKSGIVING IS A DAY THAT WE TRY TO
MAKE IT MORE OF A FAMILY AFFAIR BECAUSE
THESE GUYS THAT LIVE HERE, WE TRY TO
GET EVERYBODY INVOLVED IN IT AND JUST
BE THANKFUL.

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Welch says they're still waiting
to see whether their donations keep
pace with last year.

About fifty percent of the
Salvation Army's budget comes from the
public.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Bedford County authorities are

SCAM ALERT 7 ANIM asking residents to help them catch
some scam artists who came close to
cheating an elderly couple out of

10-thousand dollars this week.

A teller at the First Virginia
Bank in Big Island called police after
the couple came in asking to cash in a
C.D. to pay for their driveway re-
paving.

The suspects had originally told
them it would cost about 400 dollars,
but later raised the price to
10-thousand.

The four men left in a newer
model, gray Chevrolet pickup truck with
a logo plate in front.

It was the second paving scam
complaint Bedford County has handled
this week.
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GRAPHIC=FIre Some exciting moments for Roanoke


firefighters and a few hotel guests
yesterday.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Authorities say a stray cigarette
may have sparked a brush fire that

destroyed some trees and landscaping in
front of the Wyndham Hotel on Ordway
Drive.

Flames reached as high as ten feet,
melting cable lines, before
firefighters could hose things down.

They say strong winds helped spread
the fire across the parking lot.

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GRAPHIC=N7 Sports In sports, Denver took another


step towards clinching the A-F-C West
title.

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ENG=2 Ron Dayne's 55 yard run to set up


an easy field goal gave the Broncos a
24 to 21 win over Dallas in overtime.

In Detroit, Michael Vick threw
for 146 yards and two touchdowns, as
the Atlanta Falcons routed the Lions 27
to 7.

Joey Harrington started at
quarterback for Detroit, but his second
pass of the game was picked off by
DeAngelo Hall.

Jeff Garcia replaced him, but

their rookie third stringer wound up
taking command before the loss.

Now let's check the scoreboards.
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Pittsburgh
13
j
West Virginia
45






Kent St.
3
j
Akron
35


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27


Detroit
7




j

Denver
24


Dallas
21


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6


Atlanta
3






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3
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Nashville
4


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3


San Jose
2



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Indiana
98


Cleveland
76




j
L. A. Lakers
108


Seattle
96


*CG colbball j >> Monmouth, NJ
80


S. Illinois
68


1st Round Great Alaska Shootout
j
South Carolina
65


Alaska-Anchorage

60


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GRAPHIC=Business News



The stock markets rallied ahead before
closing for Thanksgiving.

Alexis Christoforous has more in this
morning's Money Watch.





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GRAPHIC=Iraq The Thanksgiving holiday didn't do


much to curb the violence in Iraq.

However, American soldiers still
managed to find time to celebrate the
holiday.

Susan Roberts has more.

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INQ=A car bomb tore


*CG locator Hillah, Iraq
:01


*CG locator Crawford, TX
:55



*CG 2line Cindy Sheehan
Anti-War Activist
1:06
*CG standup Susan Roberts
Reporting
1:22

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(PKG)

A CAR BOMB TORE THROUGH A CROWD OF
IRAQIS GATHERED NEAR A POPULAR SOFT

DRINK STAND IN HILLAH.. KILLING AT
LEAST 11 PEOPLE.



INSURGENTS FREQUENTLY HIT TARGETS IN
THIS MOSTLY SHIITE CITY.. SOUTH OF

BAGHDAD.



IN ANOTHER FLASHPOINT SOUTH OF THE
CAPITAL.. A SUICIDE BOMBER TRIED TO

STRIKE U-S TROOPS HANDING OUT CANDY AND
FOOD TO CHILDREN AT A HOSPITAL.

FOUR AMERICAN SOLDIERS WERE AMONG 40
INJURED.. 30 PEOPLE DIED IN THE

ATTACK.



AMID THE BLOODSHED THERES WORD SOME

INSURGENT GROUPS MAY BE READY TO

OPEN A DIALOGUE WITH IRAQS PRESIDENT..
BUT THOSE TALKS COULD NOT COME

SOON ENOUGH. IN THE LAST WEEK VIOLENCE
HAS KILLED MORE THAN 200 IRAQIS..

AND AT LEAST SEVEN U-S TROOPS HAVE DIED
IN THE PAST THREE DAYS.



(NAT- )

MOST SOLDIERS GOT DOWN TIME FOR HOLIDAY
TURKEY AND TRIMMINGS.



PRESIDENT BUSH MADE PHONE CALLS TO 10
SERVICE MEMBERS BEFORE SITTING

DOWN FOR DINNER AT HIS RANCH IN
CRAWFORD, TEXAS.



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ABOUT A MILE AWAY ANTI-WAR PROTESTERS
CHOSE A TRADITIONAL IRAQI MEAL

OVER TURKEY.. TO CALL ATTENTION TO THE
IRAQI CIVILIAN CASUALTIES OF THE

WAR. ACTIVIST CINDY SHEEHAN.. WHOSE SON
DIED IN IRAQ.. ARRIVED LAST

NIGHT.



(Cindy Sheehan, Anti-War Activist)

SHEEHAN 22:37:34 This is my second
thanksgiving without Casey, and it


doesn't get any easier. But we're here
to say that we're going to be

here until the killing stops.



TODAY SHEEHANS EXPECTED TO ATTEND THE
DEDICATION OF A GARDEN FOR HER

SON.



CLOSE: SHEEHAN ORGANIZED THE PROTEST IN
CRAWFORD TO COINCIDE WITH THE

PRESIDENTS STAY AT HIS RANCH. SHELL
LEAD AN ANIT-WAR RALLY AT A

CRAWFORD PARK THIS WEEKEND. SUSAN
ROBERTS, News 7.

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GRAPHIC=Thanksgiving Hurricane- ravaged New Orleans is


the epitome of making do and giving
thanks.

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*CG locator New Orleans, LA

Residents and city officials in the
Big Easy had plenty to be thankful for
yesterday.


A traditional holiday meal was
served to residents still trying to
pick up their lives after Hurricane
Katrina.

Those working to re- buid the city
were also served meals.

Many pulled up in vehicles and were
given a hefty portion.

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SOT FULL We had a lot of damage on our house,
INQ=We had a lot of and it's not easy to organize a big


Thanksgiving dinner.

BUTT BUTT BUTT

It's a time to be thankful for what
we've got, even though we've lost some,
it's still a time to be thankful.

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Many residents say they know things
could have been even worse.

A New Orleans fire captain who lost
his own home says the city "has a lot
of heart."

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GRAPHIC=Hold Two sisters are out of the hospital


after being injured by one of those
giant balloons during the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade.

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*CG file Video from Andrew Pakula
hot change to


*CG locator New York, NY
Yesterday A woman in a wheelchair and her 11-
year- old sister were hurt when the
giant M and M balloon snagged a street
light and knocked part of it off.

The balloon's crew was apparently
trying to correct its course after a
gust of wind, when it got tangled with
the lamp.

The sisters suffered cuts and
bruises.

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg
says there will be a thorough review of
the accident, and the training for
balloon handlers.


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GRAPHIC=Business News More Americans are turning to the


internet to do their banking but with

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OQ= CBSNEWS, New York. <


(END SOT) WRITES OUT ONE CHECK A MONTH - FOR HER



RENT - FOR EVERYTHING ELSE, SHE TURNS
TO THE INTERNET.



(SOT-DARA SLACK, ONLINE BANKER:)


"Telephone, TV, gas-electric...

Anything they'll let me pay online,
I'll pay online."



SLACK IS ONE OF 53 MILLION AMERICANS
WHO DO THEIR BANKING ONLINE.



THIS 26 YEAR OLD SAYS BEING ABLE TO LOG
ON AT ANY TIME ALLOWS HER TO

KEEP CLOSER TABS ON HER ACCOUNTS.



(SOT:) you can sign on in five seconds


in the morning, check your

account balance.



BUT THE THREAT OF FRAUD IS LEADING SOME
PEOPLE TO DISCONNECT -

ACCORDING TO A RECENT SURVEY OF ONLINE
BANKERS, 18 PERCENT HAVE SCALED

BACK OR STOPPED ALTOGETHER BECAUSE OF
SECURITY CONCERNS.



NEARLY 2 MILLION AMERICANS LAST YEAR
FELL VICTIM TO ONLINE CRIMINALS -


ON AVERAGE THE CROOKS TOOK 12 HUNDRED
DOLLARS FROM EACH ACCOUNT.



(Standup:)

MOST ONLINE BANK ACCOUNTS REQUIRE ONLY
A USER NAME AND PASSWORD... BUT

BY THE END OF NEXT YEAR.. THE
GOVERNMENT IS FORCING BANKS TO TOUGHEN

SYSTEMS FOR LOGGING ONTO ACCOUNTS.



ONLINE BROKER ETRADE IS ALREADY ON
BOARD -- CUSTOMERS ARE ISSUED A

KEYCHAIN FOB THAT DISPLAYS A UNIQUE
PASSCODE EVERY 60 SECONDS... WITHOUT

THAT CODE YOU CAN'T ACCESS YOUR
ACCOUNT.



BANK OF AMERICA IS THE FIRST MAJOR BANK
IN THE U-S TO TAKE ACTION...

MAKING CUSTOMERS PICK AN IMAGE AND
ANSWER A PREDETERMINED QUESTION TO

ACCESS ACCOUNTS.



BUT BANKS FEAR THAT EXTRA STEP OR TWO
MAY MEAN LOSING CUSTOMERS...DARA

SLACK SAYS IT WON'T STOP HER.



(SOT-SLACK:) "Click, click... I mean, I


just don't think it's that


hard."



BANKS ARE BANKING ON CUSTOMERS BEING
WILLING TO GIVE UP A LITTLE

CONVENIENCE FOR THE COMFORT OF
SECURITY. ALEXIS CHRISTOFOROUS,
CBSNEWS,

NY.>>
STRAIGHT TO BUMP STRAIGHT TO BUMP

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HEADLINES STRAIGHT OUT OF BREAK

ANCHOR=Kimberly ANCHOR=Kimberly



GRAPHIC=none


*cg 0006



VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#3 Coming up on News 7 Mornin'...



Local organizations helped those
who couldn't afford to make
Thanksgiving dinner on their own.

VO-NAT VO-NAT




ENG#4 And homeless shelters prepare to


help the homeless population escape the
cold this winter.





(END VO) (END VO)





ANCHOR=Steve at CAVE



ad-lib live tease ANCHOR=Steve USE ONLY WHEN STEVE IS


LIVE OR HAS SPECIAL SEGMENTS

(ad-lib headline)


ROLL OPEN

ENG#=D1




DESK 2-SHOT Kimberly and Leo

ANCHOR=Kimberly Hi/Leo Hi







DESK 2-SHOT=Kimberly and Leo



ANCHOR=Kimberly



Welcome to News 7 Mornin'.......

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*CG date Friday November 25, 2005



ANCHOR=Leo Desk 2 SHOT and Leo 2-Shot



GRAPHIC=none




Leo WX Pro
Currents Leo Hello
Area Forecast toss to Leo

WX-Pro

toss back to Kim
30 11-Shelters 1 Pkg N7 Mornin' 4058 --
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=N7 Mornin' Winter is only three weeks away,


and some people don't know where or how
they'll stay warm.

Jeremy Butterfield spoke with
local shelters about the approaching
cold, and what they are doing to help
those who need help.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=As night fell on




*CG locator Roanoke
:00

*CG 2line Lowell Meadows
Samaritan Inn
:12


*CG 2line Randy Welch
Salvation Army
:51


*CG reporter Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:10



RUNS=1:18 (END SOT)



OQ=Butterfield, News 7, Roanoke. <<



(END SOT) As night fell on Roanoke the


streets emptied and a cold wind began
to blow.

That wind signifies the approach
of winter, a busy season for area
homeless shelters.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @09:29:51



LOWELL MEADOWS:WE GIVE OUT COATS AND
GLOVES, STOCKING CAPS, LONG JOHNS, THEY
LIKE JOGGING SUITS. PEOPLE ON THE
STREETS THEY LAYER UP REAL WELL AND
PEOPLE KNOW US SO THEY COME HERE ON A
PRETTY FREQUENT BASIS SO THEY CAN GET
THOSE ITEMS TO THEY CAN STAY WARM.


RUN:16 (END SOT)



OQ= Thanks to donations to the


Samaritan Inn, Meadows offers Roanoke's
homeless population with the survival
tools they need to make it through the
winter.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @09:34:05



MEADOWS:WE JUST DON'T WANT TO SEE
NOBODY DIE MAN, THAT'S THE WHOLE THING.

RUN:04 (END SOT)



OQ= Just down the street, the


Salvation Army's shelter strives to
provide a hot meal and a warm bed to
escape the cold.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @09:51:52



RANDY WELCH:THIS IS OUR EMERGENCY DORM
HERE. WE CAN SLEEP 50 PEOPLE AND AS YOU
CAN SEE WE HAVE ROOM IN HERE FOR ABOUT
25 MORE WHICH WE DO ANTICIPATE THEM
BEING FILLED WITHIN THE NEXT COUPLE OF
WEEKS.REPORTER: AS IT GETS COLDER.////
AS IT GETS COLDER AND THE HOLIDAYS
APPROACH IT WILL FILL UP.

RUN:18 (END SOT)



OQ= Both Welch and Meadows say


donations from the community are
vitally important during the winter.


They say it's not a matter of
comfort for the homeless, but life or
death.

Jeremy Butterfield, News 7,
Roanoke.

>>
31 11-Rescue Mission 2 Pkg Thanksgiving 4424 --
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Thanksgiving While thousands of local families


spent yesterday being thankful for
their many blessings, thousands more
were wondering where their next meal is
coming from.

For at least one day, several
Roanoke-area organizations had the
answer to that question.

Steve Smallshaw reports.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=It is a


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Lee Clark
Roanoke Rescue Mission
:17
*CG 2line Sandra Eanes

Roanoke Rescue Mission
:48
*CG standup Steve Smallshaw
ssmallshaw@wdbj7.com
1:01

RUNS=1:40 (END SOT)



OQ=News7, Roanoke. << It is a Thanksgiving meal like no
(END SOT) other.



Imagine inviting a thousand of your
closest friends and family over for
turkey and all the trimmings ... and
serving it all in just a few hours.

But at Roanoke's Rescue Mission,
this is not much different than what
they do every day ... providing hot
meals to needy residents.

SOT SOT FULL



IN Q=We're feeding 1:05:58 LEE CLARK/RESCUE MISSION: WE'RE


FEEDING RECORD NUMBERS OF PEOPLE THIS
YEAR. THIS YEAR WE'RE ON TARGET TO
SERVE OVER 330-THOUSAND MEALS THIS YEAR
AT THE MISSION, AND IT'S AGAIN, NOT
JUST PEOPLE IN THE SHELTER IT'S FOLKS
IN THE COMMUNITY WHO DON'T HAVE THE
MONEY TO PUT FOOD ON THE TABLE WHO ARE
COMING HERE TO HAVE MEALS WITH US.
THAT'S THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF MEALS
WE'VE EVER SERVED.

RUN16 (END SOT)




OUT Q=we've ever served.





NATSOT natsot stirring 1:11:41


RUN02 Sandra Eanes helps direct this crew
of both volunteers and Mission
residents as they dole out turkey,
potatoes, stuffing and more to a
constantly rotating crowd in the
Mission's dining hall.

Even though the actual cooking
began Monday, this has been a labor of
love.

SOT SOT FULL



IN Q=It just makes 1:09:03 SANDRA EANES/RESCUE MISSION: IT


JUST MAKES YOU FEEL PEACE AND
CONTENTMENT WHEN YOU CAN HELP SO MANY
PEOPLE TAHT ARE UNDERPRIVILEGED AND
DON'T HAVE FOOD TO EAT AT THEIR HOMES,.
THEY CAN COME HERE AND ENJOY A GREAT
MEAL AND THEY GET EXCELLENT SERVICE
HERE.

RUN11 (END SOT)



OUT Q=excellent service here.




Standup Standup 23:02:42

IN Q=Rescue Mission Rescue Mission officials say because of


large-scale disasters around the world
and in the U-S this past year, their
donations are down about 16 percent.

Unfortunately, demand is up about 17
percent, making it hard to fill in that
gap.
RUN13 (end standup)

OUT Q=fill in that gap.





SOT SOT FULL



IN Q=We've had more 1:06:55 CLARK: WE'VE HAD MORE FOLKS WHO


HAVE BEEN HIT BY TROUBLED TIMES IN THE
COMMUNITY. UTILITY COSTS ARE UP FOR
EVERYONE. I MEAN, EVEN HERE AT THE
MISSION, OUR AVERAGE UTILITY COSTS ARE
UP SIXTY PERCENT OVER WHAT THEY WERE
LAST YEAR. THAT'S CAUSING A PROBLEM FOR
EVERYBODY IN THE COMMUNITY. SO SOME
FOLKS WHO WERE ABLE TO LIVE PAYCHECK TO
PAYCHECK BEFORE ARE NOW FINDING
THEMSELVES IN A SITUATION WHERE THEY
NEED SOME HELP.

RUN19 (END SOT)



OUT Q=need some help. And the Mission vows it will always


be there to provide it ... 365 days a
year.

Steve Smallshaw, News7, Roanoke.>>
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD It was dinner on a smaller scale



but with the same purpose at Roanoke's
Salvation Army shelter.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

About forty men took part in the
holiday meal at the shelter on Salem
Avenue.

Volunteers and shelter residents
helped dish out the meal of turkey,
mashed potatoes, vegetables and other
fixings.

Shelter officials say it's
important to provide a family-type
setting for these men who are going
through some tough personal times.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=Thanksgiving is a




*CG 2line Randy Welch
Salvation Army 22:59:55 RANDY WELCH/SALVATION ARMY:
THANKSGIVING IS A DAY THAT WE TRY TO
MAKE IT MORE OF A FAMILY AFFAIR BECAUSE
THESE GUYS THAT LIVE HERE, WE TRY TO
GET EVERYBODY INVOLVED IN IT AND JUST
BE THANKFUL.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)




OQ=just be thankful.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Welch says they're still waiting
to see whether their donations keep
pace with last year.

About fifty percent of the
Salvation Army's budget comes from the
public.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation Police in Danville have


identified the victim of an early
morning murder.
Take Murder Scene Map TAKE FS GFX

Officers say 25 year old Benjamin
Moore of Danville was shot to death at
10-19 West Stokes Street around one
yesterday morning.

His body was sent to the Roanoke
Medical Examiner's office for an
autopsy.
TAKE DANVILLE CRIMESTOPPERS FS TAKE DANVILLE CRIMSTOPPERS FS


Anyone with information is asked
to contact Danville Crimestoppers at
434 793-0000.
END GFX END GFX

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Bedford County authorities are

SCAM ALERT 7 ANIM asking residents to help them catch
some scam artists who came close to
cheating an elderly couple out of
10-thousand dollars this week.

A teller at the First Virginia
Bank in Big Island called police after
the couple came in asking to cash in a
C.D. to pay for their driveway
re-paving.

The suspects had originally told
them it would cost about 400 dollars,
but later raised the price to
10-thousand.

The four men left in a newer

model, gray Chevrolet pickup truck with
a logo plate in front.

It was the second paving scam
complaint Bedford County has handled
this week.
35 11-L'Burg Council 1 vo None None --
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE In just the past five years,


Lynchburg's downtown area has seen
close to 121 million dollars in new
investment ... and it's changing some
long-time prejudices against the
riverfront.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg

This week, Lynchburg city council
member Joe Seiffert gave his colleagues
a slide show of the different projects
that have been undertaken since the
year 2000 ... and those that are still
in the works.

It's the same presentation he's
given to numerous civic groups ... and
he says the feedback is incredible.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=But when they




*CG 2line Joe Seiffert
Lynchburg City Council 13:26:10 JOE SEIFFERT/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL
MEMBER: BUT WHEN THEY SEE THE PICTURES
OF THE BUILDINGS THE WAY THEY ACTUALLY
USED TO BE A HUNDRED YEARS AGO, AND A
PICTURE OF THE BUILDING HAVING FALLEN
INTO DISREPAIR AND THEN WHEN THE
BUILDING'S FIXED UP NOW OR WHAT THE
ARTIST'S CONCEPTION IS, THEY GET KIND
OF EXCITED ABOUT IT. AND THE FEEDBACK
I'VE GOTTEN IS THEY'VE COME DOWN TO SEE
WHAT IS EXACTLY HAPPENING AND THAT'S
VERY HEARTWARMING TO ME.

RUNS=20 (END SOT)



OQ=heartwarming to me.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Seiffert says the new investments
have raised property values in the area
by more than 400 percent.

(END VO) (END VO)



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11/25/2005 0dgraham sports 367:21 0:10 1:46 1:56 --------
ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=N7 Sports



Both of the NFL's Thanksgiving
Day teams failed to make the most of
they day.

Here's Travis Wells with more in
Sports.





ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Good Friday...







RUNS=1:46 (END SOT)



OQ=great weekend everybody.



(END SOT) weather intro next




weather intro next

* ------- Weather-Intro D1 sot Weather Intro e2018 --
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ENG# D1 ANCHOR=Leo



OPEN# E2018 - no fade



SOT FULL Leo in Chromakey




INQ=From the skytracker



RUNS=05



OQ=your hometown weather.




Leo in Chromakey

(WX Bug)

(WX BUG) (WeatherPro)





(WeatherPro) Leo back to desk



2-SHOT KIM/LEO
StAY ON 7 DAY PLANNER TEASE AND TOSS TO BUMP

COMM
Leo back to desk
2-SHOT KIM/LEO
TEASE AND TOSS TO BUMP
COMM
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ENG# D1



OPEN# E2017 - with fade



SOT FULL



INQ=From the skytracker



RUNS=05



OQ=your hometown weather.





Leo Weather Center Weather Center---Leo Hi





(Leo SOLO) (Leo---weather pro)




Leo Weather Pro Leo toss to Steve






Leo toss to Steve



(IF STEVE IS LIVE) (------- IF STEVE IS LIVE -------)





DOUBLE BOXES=LHI-SPA DOUBLE BOXES=LHI and SPA


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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM


GRAPHIC=N7 Mornin' It's Black Friday, and the


shopping malls are full as thousands of
people wait in line for whatever they
hottest gift is this year.

Here's Christopher King with more
on what is traditionally the busiest
shopping day of the year.







ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG 2line Christopher Davis
Shopper


*CG 2line Renee Cousins
Personal Shopper


*CG 2line Christopher King
Reporting



RUNS=1:23 (END SOT)



OQ= <<



(END SOT)



>>
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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Fire At least four patients are dead


following a fire today at a Moscow
hospital.

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




*CG locator Moscow, Russia

Officials say they're not sure if
the deaths were caused by the

blaze itself or smoke inhalation.

They say 97 other patients were
evacuated in the early morning cold to
other buildings in the hospital
complex.

Russia's news agency quotes a fire
investigator as saying the fire was
probably sparked by a burning
cigarette.

(END VO) (END VO)


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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=Business News



Nintendo is reporting weaker than
expected profits, while Microsoft
unveiled its newest video game console
this week.


Stan Case has that story and more
in this morning's Business Brief.





ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=MUSIC




*CG 2line Stan Case
Reporting << >>
:04





RUNS=1:15



OQ=I'm Stan Case.



(END SOT)





Tape tosses to stocks (END SOT)


STOCKS
COMM (Tape tosses to stocks)
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44.50
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07/12/2005 0kortiz Desk 381:33 0:45 0:00 0:45 --------

MINI-OPEN (Kim and Leo Hello)

ENG#=D1



LEO WEATHER PRO

DESK 2-SHOT---Kim and Leo





Leo---Weather Pro





DESK 2-SHOT
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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=N7 Mornin' This is the time of year when the


sugar harvest is at full speed in
Louisiana, but not this year.

Kelly Cobiella has more on how
Hurricane Katrina will affect people at
the grocery store.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG 2line John Folse
Chef
:19
*CG 2line Kelly Cobiella
CBS News
1:05
*CG 2line James Simon
American Sugar Cane League
1:27

RUNS=1:56 (END SOT)



OQ=News, New Orleans. < (END SOT) Louisiana: SUGAR...MILES being



harvested...and MOUNTAINS piled in the
mills.




(SOT/JOHN FOLSE/054233) "SUGAR SUGAR


EVERYWHERE BUT NOT A GRAIN TO GET."



(CHEF JOHN BROLL)

Yet small business owners who count on
sugar to SURVIVE, say they're

facing a crisis.



(SOT FOLSE 054201) "WE CAN SEE THE


STALKS OF SUGAR, THE SUGAR HOUSES

GRINDING AND PROCESSING CANE AND
TURNING IT INTO SUGAR AND YET WE'RE

HAVING A SUPPLY PROBLEM."



Chef John Folse's manufacturing plant
is surrounded by sugar cane, and

he buys sugar by the TON to make his
special sauce for restaurants

around the country. In just ONE DAY,
his costs jumped more than

60-percent.



(Folse Sot: 054806) "THIS WAS 31 CENTS
YESTERDAY, IT WAS 41 CENTS THIS

MORNING AND IT'S ROUNDING 50 CENTS."



(sugar cane)

Some of the blame goes to crop damage
during Hurricanes Katrina and


Rita. This is what Rita's salt water
storm surge did to about 50

thousands acres of healthy cane...
enough to put some farmers out of

business.



(ON CAM:refinery) "BUT THE BIGGER
PROBLEM IS HERE. THE NATION'S LARGEST

SUGAR CANE REFINERY IS IN THE HEART OF
SAINT BERNARD PARISH. AND JUST

LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE HERE, IT WAS
FLOODED, 23 million pounds of raw

sugar was ruined."



(mills)

With the refinery closed, clean sugar
is stacking up, waiting to be

processed.



(grocery shelves)

The shortage has yet to hit supermarket
shelves, and industry experts

say there's no reason to sound the
alarm-YET.



(JIM SIMONE/SUGARMAN 1 39 25) "OUR
PRODUCTION IS WAY DOWN, FUEL PRICES,

HARVESTING COSTS ARE WAY UP, AND THE
PRICE OF SUGAR HAS REMAINED


RELATIVELY CONSTANT."



....(chef cooking candied yams)

But chef John Folse says while those
Thanksgiving Day candied yams may

not cost more... Christmas cookies
could be a different story....



(JOHN & KELLY 054420-) "YOU THINK THIS
WILL START SHOWING IN THE GROCERY

ISLE.

I THINK THERE IS NO DOUBT ABOUT IT IT
IS JUST LIKE OIL AND GAS IT'S

SUPPLY AND DEMAND."



(refinerty pix)

And how high those prices go... will
depend on when this victim of

Katrina fully recovers.



Kelly Cobiella, CBS News, New
Orleans.





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ENG#3 Coming up on News 7 Mornin'...



The Salvation Army brought

holiday cheer to one local men's
shelter.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#4 And with winter approaching,


homeless shelters are gearing up to
help those on the streets survive the
long cold winter.









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GRAPHIC=News 7 Mornin' Many places in our viewing area


may see some of the coldest air of the
season tonight.

Jeremy Butterfield spoke with
local shelters about the approaching
cold, and what they are doing to help
those who would otherwise be out on the
street.


ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=As night fell on




*CG locator Roanoke
:00
*CG 2line Lowell Meadows
Samaritan Inn
:12


*CG 2line Randy Welch
Salvation Army
:51


*CG reporter Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:10



RUNS=1:18 (END SOT)



OQ=Butterfield, News 7, Roanoke. <<



(END SOT) As night fell on Roanoke the


streets emptied and a cold wind began
to blow.

That wind signifies the approach
of winter, a busy season for area
homeless shelters.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @09:29:51



LOWELL MEADOWS:WE GIVE OUT COATS AND

GLOVES, STOCKING CAPS, LONG JOHNS, THEY
LIKE JOGGING SUITS. PEOPLE ON THE
STREETS THEY LAYER UP REAL WELL AND
PEOPLE KNOW US SO THEY COME HERE ON A
PRETTY FREQUENT BASIS SO THEY CAN GET
THOSE ITEMS TO THEY CAN STAY WARM.

RUN:16 (END SOT)



OQ= Thanks to donations to the


Samaritan Inn, Meadows offers Roanoke's
homeless population with the survival
tools they need to make it through the
winter.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @09:34:05



MEADOWS:WE JUST DON'T WANT TO SEE
NOBODY DIE MAN, THAT'S THE WHOLE THING.

RUN:04 (END SOT)



OQ= Just down the street, the


Salvation Army's shelter strives to
provide a hot meal and a warm bed to
escape the cold.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @09:51:52



RANDY WELCH:THIS IS OUR EMERGENCY DORM
HERE. WE CAN SLEEP 50 PEOPLE AND AS YOU
CAN SEE WE HAVE ROOM IN HERE FOR ABOUT
25 MORE WHICH WE DO ANTICIPATE THEM
BEING FILLED WITHIN THE NEXT COUPLE OF
WEEKS.REPORTER: AS IT GETS COLDER.////

AS IT GETS COLDER AND THE HOLIDAYS
APPROACH IT WILL FILL UP.

RUN:18 (END SOT)



OQ= Both Welch and Meadows say


donations from the community are
vitally important during the winter.

They say it's not a matter of
comfort for the homeless, but life or
death.

Jeremy Butterfield, News 7,
Roanoke.

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GRAPHIC=Thanksgiving While thousands of local families


were thankful to be with friends and
family and lots of food, others spent
Thanksgiving Day wondering where their
next meal is coming from.

For at least one day, several
Roanoke-area organizations had the
answer to that question.

Steve Smallshaw reports.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



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INQ=It is a


*CG locator Roanoke

:00


*CG 2line Lee Clark
Roanoke Rescue Mission
:17
*CG 2line Sandra Eanes
Roanoke Rescue Mission
:48
*CG standup Steve Smallshaw
ssmallshaw@wdbj7.com
1:01

RUNS=1:40 (END SOT)



OQ=News7, Roanoke. << It is a Thanksgiving meal like no
(END SOT) other.



Imagine inviting a thousand of your
closest friends and family over for
turkey and all the trimmings ... and
serving it all in just a few hours.

But at Roanoke's Rescue Mission,
this is not much different than what
they do every day ... providing hot
meals to needy residents.

SOT SOT FULL



IN Q=We're feeding 1:05:58 LEE CLARK/RESCUE MISSION: WE'RE


FEEDING RECORD NUMBERS OF PEOPLE THIS
YEAR. THIS YEAR WE'RE ON TARGET TO
SERVE OVER 330-THOUSAND MEALS THIS YEAR
AT THE MISSION, AND IT'S AGAIN, NOT
JUST PEOPLE IN THE SHELTER IT'S FOLKS

IN THE COMMUNITY WHO DON'T HAVE THE
MONEY TO PUT FOOD ON THE TABLE WHO ARE
COMING HERE TO HAVE MEALS WITH US.
THAT'S THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF MEALS
WE'VE EVER SERVED.

RUN16 (END SOT)



OUT Q=we've ever served.





NATSOT natsot stirring 1:11:41


RUN02 Sandra Eanes helps direct this crew
of both volunteers and Mission
residents as they dole out turkey,
potatoes, stuffing and more to a
constantly rotating crowd in the
Mission's dining hall.

Even though the actual cooking
began Monday, this has been a labor of
love.

SOT SOT FULL



IN Q=It just makes 1:09:03 SANDRA EANES/RESCUE MISSION: IT


JUST MAKES YOU FEEL PEACE AND
CONTENTMENT WHEN YOU CAN HELP SO MANY
PEOPLE TAHT ARE UNDERPRIVILEGED AND
DON'T HAVE FOOD TO EAT AT THEIR HOMES,.
THEY CAN COME HERE AND ENJOY A GREAT
MEAL AND THEY GET EXCELLENT SERVICE
HERE.

RUN11 (END SOT)



OUT Q=excellent service here.





Standup Standup 23:02:42

IN Q=Rescue Mission Rescue Mission officials say because of


large-scale disasters around the world
and in the U-S this past year, their
donations are down about 16 percent.
Unfortunately, demand is up about 17
percent, making it hard to fill in that
gap.
RUN13 (end standup)

OUT Q=fill in that gap.





SOT SOT FULL



IN Q=We've had more 1:06:55 CLARK: WE'VE HAD MORE FOLKS WHO


HAVE BEEN HIT BY TROUBLED TIMES IN THE
COMMUNITY. UTILITY COSTS ARE UP FOR
EVERYONE. I MEAN, EVEN HERE AT THE
MISSION, OUR AVERAGE UTILITY COSTS ARE
UP SIXTY PERCENT OVER WHAT THEY WERE
LAST YEAR. THAT'S CAUSING A PROBLEM FOR
EVERYBODY IN THE COMMUNITY. SO SOME
FOLKS WHO WERE ABLE TO LIVE PAYCHECK TO
PAYCHECK BEFORE ARE NOW FINDING
THEMSELVES IN A SITUATION WHERE THEY
NEED SOME HELP.

RUN19 (END SOT)



OUT Q=need some help. And the Mission vows it will always


be there to provide it ... 365 days a
year.


Steve Smallshaw, News7, Roanoke.>>
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD It was dinner on a smaller scale


but with the same purpose at Roanoke's
Salvation Army shelter.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

About forty men took part in the
holiday meal at the shelter on Salem
Avenue.

Volunteers and shelter residents
helped dish out the meal of turkey,
mashed potatoes, vegetables and other
fixings.

Shelter officials say it's
important to provide a family-type
setting for these men who are going
through some tough personal times.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=Thanksgiving is a




*CG 2line Randy Welch
Salvation Army 22:59:55 RANDY WELCH/SALVATION ARMY:

THANKSGIVING IS A DAY THAT WE TRY TO
MAKE IT MORE OF A FAMILY AFFAIR BECAUSE
THESE GUYS THAT LIVE HERE, WE TRY TO
GET EVERYBODY INVOLVED IN IT AND JUST
BE THANKFUL.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=just be thankful.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Welch says they're still waiting
to see whether their donations keep
pace with last year.

About fifty percent of the
Salvation Army's budget comes from the
public.

(END VO) (END VO)



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GRAPHIC=N7 Sports It's a Thanksgiving tradition


that Detroit and Dallas have shared for
years --this years' football games
caused some upset stomachs.
VO NAT VO NAT

ENG=1 Ron Dayne's 55 yard run to set up



an easy field goal gave the Broncos a
24 to 21 win over Dallas in overtime.

In Detroit, Michael Vick threw
for 146 yards and two touchdowns as the
Atlanta Falcons routed the Lions 27
to7.

Joey Harrington started at
quarterback for Detroit, but his second
pass of the game was picked off by
DeAngelo Hall.

Jeff Garcia replaced him, but
their rookie third stringer wound up
taking command before the loss.

Now let's check the scoreboards.
TAKE SCORES (TAKE SCORES)<< *CG colfball


Pittsburgh
13
j
West Virginia
45






Kent St.
3
j
Akron

35


*CG nfl j
Atlanta
27


Detroit
7




j
Denver
24


Dallas
21


Final in Overtime


*CG nhl j
N. Y. Rangers
6


Atlanta
3






L. A. Kings

3
j
Nashville
4


*CG nhl j
Vancouver
3


San Jose
2


*CG nba j
Indiana
98


Cleveland
76




j
L. A. Lakers
108


Seattle
96


*CG colbball j >> Monmouth, NJ

80


S. Illinois
68


1st Round Great Alaska Shootout
j
South Carolina
65


Alaska-Anchorage
60


1st Round Great Alaska Shootout



RUNS=30



OUTCUE=last score."


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GRAPHIC=NONE In just the past five years,


Lynchburg's downtown area has seen
close to 121 million dollars in new
investment ... and it's changing some
long-time prejudices against the
riverfront.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg


This week, Lynchburg city council
member Joe Seiffert gave his colleagues
a slide show of the different projects
that have been undertaken since the
year 2000 ... and those that are still
in the works.

It's the same presentation he's
given to numerous civic groups ... and
he says the feedback is incredible.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=But when they




*CG 2line Joe Seiffert
Lynchburg City Council 13:26:10 JOE SEIFFERT/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL
MEMBER: BUT WHEN THEY SEE THE PICTURES
OF THE BUILDINGS THE WAY THEY ACTUALLY
USED TO BE A HUNDRED YEARS AGO, AND A
PICTURE OF THE BUILDING HAVING FALLEN
INTO DISREPAIR AND THEN WHEN THE
BUILDING'S FIXED UP NOW OR WHAT THE
ARTIST'S CONCEPTION IS, THEY GET KIND
OF EXCITED ABOUT IT. AND THE FEEDBACK
I'VE GOTTEN IS THEY'VE COME DOWN TO SEE
WHAT IS EXACTLY HAPPENING AND THAT'S
VERY HEARTWARMING TO ME.

RUNS=20 (END SOT)



OQ=heartwarming to me.






VO-NAT VO-NAT



Seiffert says the new investments
have raised property values in the area
by more than 400 percent.

(END VO) (END VO)


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Here's a look at today's top stories.

VO-NAT VO-NAT
ENG#1




*CG locator Roanoke

Many of Roanoke's homeless spent
Thanksgiving night in local shelters.

Those who work at places like
Samaritan Inn and the Salvation Army

say community support is vital--
especially with the arrival of cold
weather.

VO-NAT VO-NAT
ENG#2




*CG locator Roanoke

Donations are also crucial for
Roanoke's Rescue Mission, which served
up Thanksgiving dinner with all the
trimmings to nearly a thousand people
yesterday.

Officials there say because of
disasters like Hurricane Katrina this
year, donations are down about 16-
percent.

VO-NAT VO-NAT
ENG#3




*CG locator Roanoke

It wasn't a very restful holiday for
some guests at the Wyndham Hotel in
Roanoke.

Authorities say a stray cigarette may
have sparked a brush fire that
destroyed some trees and landscaping in
front of the hotel.

No one was injured.



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GRAPHIC=N7 Sports In sports, two Hokies are giving


their thanks this year, mainly for just
still being on the football team.
Here's Travis Wells and Mike Stevens
with more in Sports.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



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GRAPHIC=none




*cg 11

Now here's a look at today's top
local stories.

Police in Bedford County are
warning people of a possible driveway
scam.

A teller at the First Virginia
Bank in Big Island called police after

the couple came in asking to cash in a
C.D. to pay for their driveway
re-paving.

The four men left in a newer
model, gray Chevrolet pickup truck with
a logo plate in front.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#1 One Lynchburg City Council member


says recent improvements downtown has
helped raise property values in the
area.

Joe Seiffert says 121 Million
dollars have been invested in the
Riverfront area in the past five years.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#2 About 40 men took part in the


Thanksgiving Dinner at Roanoke's
Salvation Army shelter.

Volunteers and residents helped
serve a meal of turkey.

About 50 percent of the Salvation
Army's budget comes from the public.

(END VO) (END VO)
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