11/29/05

AM Cutins



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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

The wet weather continues,
with showers and storms likely.

And a big cooldown is also on
the way.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has your Skytracker 7 forecast, coming
up.








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GRAPHIC=Election 2005 Weeks after the election, a


winner has finally been announced in
the Virginia Attorney General race.

TAKE LEADER FULL LEADER

Yesterday, the State Board of
Elections certified Republican Bob
McDonell as the winner.

Only 323 votes separated
McDonnell and Democrat Creigh Deeds...
making it the closest statewide
election in modern Virginia history.
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GRAPHIC=HOLD And to eliminate the possibility


of human error, Creigh Deeds believes a
recount "is the right thing to do."

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*CG locator Richmond

Representatives for both Deeds
and McDonnell looked on as vote totals
were certified yesterday.

Once the petition for a recount
is filed a three- judge panel will take
over the process.

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INQ=We have worked,




*CG 2line Larry Framme
Deeds Recount Team 1:13:15 LARRY FRAMME: WE HAVE WORKED, :00 AS I BELIEVE OTHERS HAVE, WITH THE
STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS TO TRY AND GET
THE MACHINERY IN PLACE SO THAT THE
RECOUNT CAN BE CONDUCTED IN A PROMPT, A
VERY FAIR AND EFFICIENT MANOR.
*CG 2line Randy Beales 1:21:01 RANDY BEALES: WE NEED TO LOOK McDonnell Transition Team FORWARD TO INAUGURATION DAY AND TO :13 TAKING OFFICE AND UH, I THINK TODAY IS
A DAY TO JUST BE VERY PLEASED AND
SATISFIED THAT BOB McDONNELL HAS BEEN
CERTIFIED THE WINNER.

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OQ=Bob McDonnell has been certified the

winner.




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Because McDonnell's margin of
victory is so slim -- the Commonwealth
will pay for the recount.

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GRAPHIC=none With identity theft on the rise,


one local charity is doing what it can
to fight it.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

Starting December first, Goodwill
Industries of the Valleys says it will
no longer accept computers or
computer-related equipment at any of
its central and southwest Virginia
stores.

The change is an effort to

protect donors from identity theft.


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INQ=




*CG 2line Kelly Sandridge
Goodwill Industries of the Valleys 37:31 KELLY SANDRIDGE: WHEN THEY
DONATE, WE ENCOURAGE THAT THEY ARE
COMPLETELY CLEANED OFF, BUT SOME OF
THEM, ARE COMPUTER NOVICES LIKE A LOT
OF US, AND THEY AREN'T ABLE TO GET ALL
OF THEIR PRIVATE INFORMATION OFF OF IT
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The agency says it hasn't had any
reported cases of identity theft, but
would rather be proactive than
reactive.

Officials say they're now in the
research process to decide what to do
with the computer equipment already on
the shelves.

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WIPE TO APRISA APRISA
KIM'S MIC HOT We checked around to see if other

centers are following in Goodwill's
footsteps.

But, the ones we found say they are
still accepting computer donations,
although that could always change in
the future.
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GOODBYE!
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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

You'll need the umbrella again
today.

While morning temperatures are
mild, they'll be dropping later today.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the Tuesday outlook, coming up.



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GRAPHIC=Hold In this morning's Healthcheck 7

HEALTHCHECK 7 ANIMATION report, Saving a person's life may
become a little easier.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The American Heart Association


says it's updated its current C-P-R
guidelines to make them simpler.

They include doubling the number
of chest compressions from 15 to 30.

Doctors say this buys time until
a *defibrillator* can be used to shock
the heart back into a rhythm.

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INQ=EFFECTIVE HIGH




*CG 2line Dr. Vinay Nadkarni
American Heart Association DR. VINAY NADKARNI/AMERICAN HEART
ASSOCIATION: EFFECTIVE HIGH QUALITY
CHEST COMPRESSIONS CAN DOUBLE OR TRIPLE
SURVIVAL FROM SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST.

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OQ=CARDIAC ARREST






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The old guidelines also said a
patient should get three rounds of
shocks from a defibrillator.

But, now, experts say after the
first shock, C-P-R should be
administered for two minutes before the
next shock is given.
WIPE TO WDBJ WEBSITE FS APRISA

If you'd like to see the new
guidelines you can find a link on our
web site, at wdbj7-dot-com.

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GRAPHIC=NONE He graduated in 1987 from William


Fleming High School.

Now, less than 20-years later,
he's helping to bridge the racial
divide.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Robert Jeffrey, Junior is the
publisher and CEO of a magazine called,
"Colors Northwest" based in Seattle,
Washington.

Jeffrey and his wife, Minty
founded the publication in 2001.

Within three-years they were
making a profit and being recognized
for their hard work.

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INQ=At the forefront of...




*CG 2line Minty Jeffrey
Colors NW Magazine @11:08:35.00

MINTY JEFFREY, COLORS NW MAGAZINE: AT
THE FOREFRONT OF CONVERSATIONS IS
CLASS, RACE AND CULTURE. WHAT WE WANT
TO DO IS KEEP THE DIALOGUE OPEN SO THAT
PEOPLE UNDERSTAND AND WE CAN CELEBRATE
OUR SIMILARITIES AND UNDERSTAND THE
DIFFERENCE EFFECTIVELY THROUGH DIALOGUE
AND RESPONSIBLE MEDIA.

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OQ=..and responsible media.






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Things have gone so well- the
couple is expanding the business to
include a job site and training
classes.

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GRAPHIC=none There's nothing like a Carribean


Christmas to wipe away the winter
blues.

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INQ= ((NAT SOUND OF MUSIC))



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OQ=nat sound of music





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*CG locator Blacksburg

You're listening to the Pan Jammers.

They're a group out of the New River
Valley that plays steel drums.


These musicians are busy getting
ready for a Carribean holiday concert
and they promise it will be like no
other.

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INQ=I loved it




*CG 2line Steve Skinner
Musician
:00


*CG 2line Derley Aguilar
Musician STEVE SKINNER/MUSICIAN: I LOVED IT. :06 (QUICK) IT'S A LOT OF FUN. I DIDN'T THINK I
WOULD ENJOY IT AS MUCH I REALLY DO BUT
I'VE REALLY HAD A LOT OF FUN WITH IT.

DERLEY AGUILAR/MUSICIAN: YOU KINDA GET
THE ISLAND FLAVOR AND TAKE YOU OUT OF
THE WINTER DONDRUM, WINTER BLUES.

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OQ=winter blues





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The concert takes place Friday
December 9th at the new Blacksburg
Middle School.

It begins at seven o'clock and ticket
prices range from five to seven

dollars.

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*CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Showers and storms are a good
bet again today, with temperatures
falling from the 60s to the 40s.

Meteorologist Leo
Hirsbrunner has your full forecast
details, straight ahead.






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GRAPHIC=McCloskey As police continue investigating



the death of a Virginia Tech student-
his family is now offering a reward for
information.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Earlier this month, 18 year old


Brian McCloskey was found lying
*unconscious* on a jogging trail about
a mile from campus.

He died a week later and police
are
*CG locator Blacksburg now treating the incident as a File Tape homicide.

Virginia Tech's Greek
organizations say a *10-thousand dollar
reward* is being offered by the
McCloskey family.

Later today, Blacksburg Police
and members of the McCloskey family
will talk to the media.

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GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech On Sunday, ESPN did a story on


student athletes living in subsidized
housing, while needy families sit on
waiting lists.

Virginia Tech was one of the

schools featured in that report.

However, Tech officials say the
sports network didn't give the full
story.

ENG#=2 VO NAT

VO NAT


*CG locator Blacksburg

The University has about 19
student athletes living in Cambridge
Square Apartments.

The apartments are federally
subsidized section-8 housing -- meaning
they are paid for by the government to
house low income families.

The story said many of these
students are beating the system and
making hundreds of dollars in cash,
while tax payers foot the bill.

But Virginia Tech officials say
ESPN did not give viewers a complete
picture of what's going on in
Blacksburg.

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GRAPHIC=None Bedford authorities are asking the



public to help them nab a robber.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Bedford

It was about 2:45 yesterday
morning, when the suspect bought gas
and a drink at the Stop In store on
Forest Road.

When the clerk opened the
register, he shoved one hand in a coat
pocket and demanded

money.

This is surveillance video of
the crime: the suspect is white male,
about 30 years old with short dark
hair.

He fled the scene in what looked
like a red Ford Taurus.

Anyone who might recognize him
is asked to call the Bedford police.


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GRAPHIC=Accident An ambulance usually arrives at


the scene of an accident, but yesterday

an ambulance was involved in one.

The privately owned rig had just
transported a patient, when it tried to
stop for a school bus in Tazewell
County and hit a work truck.

The ambulance then flipped over
in the median on Route 460.

A crew member was treated at a
hospital for head injuries and was
released.
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