12/01/05

News 7 at Noon

CAPTION: Rice Wars


Thousand of South Korean farmers
clash with police as they rally against
the opening of the rice market to
foreign competition.
20 Frames of Black 20 frames of Black



HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Sunny Friday

Dry weather continues with another
storms for the weekend. I'll have your
forecast


20 Frames of Black 20 frames of Black



HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3





CAPTION:World Traveler

A Wisconsin family's cat was missing
for two months, now she has turned up
in France.



GRAPHIC=Iraq A day after President Bush laid out


his plan for victory in Iraq,
insurgents fired back with their own

messge.

As Aleen Sirgany tells us, the surge
in violence comes amid a new military
offensive.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=Insurgents put




*CG locator Ramadi, Iraq


*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
Reporting



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OQ=Sirgany, News 7. <<



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TRACK: INSURGENTS PUT A HIGH POWERED
MEETING IN THE CROSSHAIRS.



(NATSOT - explosions, "allah akbar!")





TRACK: THEY LAUNCHED MORTARS AND SHOT
ROCKETS AT THE GOVERNOR'S HOUSE

IN RAMADI. INSIDE: U-S MILITARY
OFFICIALS AND TRIBAL LEADERS FROM

WESTERN IRAQ IN THE MIDDLE OF THEIR
SECOND ROUND OF TALKS. FORTUNATELY

NO ONE WAS INJURED.




(NATSOT)





TRACK: BUT THE INSURGENTS DIDN'T STOP
THERE.



(NATSOT)





TRACK: THEY ALSO TOOK AIM AT U-S
MILITARY BASES AND A REGISTRATION

OFFICE ALL IN RAMADI -- THE CAPITAL
CITY OF IRAQ'S WESTERN "AL ANBAR"

PROVINCE. AFTER THE ATTACK --which
u.s. officers are calling a

propaganda stunt.. THE GUNMEN
PATROLLED SOME STREETS FOR SEVERAL
HOURS.

THEY POSTED LEAFLETS SAYING, AL-QAEDA
NOW CONTROLS THE CITY OF RAMADI.



(NATSOT - Arabic Soundup)





TRACK: "THIS IS A MESSAGE TO AMERICA"
THIS INSURGENT SAID. "LOOK HOW

WE ARE CONTROLLING THE CITY. WE WILL
CRACK DOWN ON U-S TROOPS."



(NATSOT - ending Arabic Soundup)








TRACK: THE WESTERN IRAQI PROVINCE OF
ANBAR HAS BECOME A KNOWN HOTSPOT

FOR THE INSURGENCY.



now, THOUSANDS OF U-S troops and Iraqi
forces are targeting the region,

in a new offensive. A joint mission
that began as President Bush

declared U-S troops will start coming
home.



Sot: joints chief of staff chair
general peter pace



092657 we need more iraqi troops and we
are working on that.





Standup close:

and today The U-S military reports
three more troop deaths in Iraq. At

least 84 Americans died in Iraq in the
last month.

Aleen Sirgany, News 7.

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None In South Korea, violent clashes


today between protestors and riot
police--

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




*CG locator Seoul, South Korea

Cameras caught the melee on tape.

Thousands of Korean farmers staged a
rally against the opening of the
nation's rice market to foreign
competition.

Farmers also called for the legal
protection of non- regular workers.

Tension has been mounting there for
the last two weeks, after a farming
activist was killed while fighting
with riot police.

Farmers have demanded an official
investigation into the man's death.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=None Police say an altercation led to


a stabbing that sent a father and son
to the hospital.


ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Officers were called to the
300-block of Gilmer Avenue around five
yesterday afternoon.

When they arrived, they found
40-year-old Martin Lee Whorley and a
14-year-old suffering from stab wounds.

The two were taken to Roanoke
Memorial Hospital.

No word on their conditions.

Police say no charges are pending
at this time.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC= Fifty years ago today, she helped


change the course of history.

Today, Rosa Parks is being
remembered all across the country.

ENG#= VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg

In Lynchburg, the city's bus

company is honoring Parks by offering
free rides to everyone today.

Officials say it's the least they
could do to pay tribute to a woman
whose own bus ride in Montgomery,
Alabama helped set America on a new
course.

ENG#= SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=To recognize




*CG 2line Michael Carroll
Greater Lynchburg Transit Company 11:00:56 MICHAEL CARROLL/GLTC DIRECTOR:
TO RECOGNIZE A VERY IMPORTANT PART IN
OUR HISTORY, TO HONOR MISS PARKS WHO
PASSED AWAY EARLIER THIS FALL AND TO
RECOGNIZE ONE OF THE SEMINAL MOMENTS IN
THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT IN THIS
COUNTRY.

RUNS=11 (END SOT)



OQ=in this country.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Carroll says he's gotten some very
positive feedback from customers about
the tribute.

Dozens of public transportation
agencies all across the country are
honoring Mrs. Parks as well today.


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GRAPHIC=Accident Roanoke police say two people



were hurt in a three-vehicle collision
in front of the Wal-Mart on Route 220
yesterday.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
Yesterday Police say the accident involved
a sedan, a minivan and a pickup truck.

Rescue crews had to remove the
roof of the minivan, which overturned
to get the driver out.

There's no word on his condition
today.

A nine-year-old girl in the
pickup truck suffered minor injuries.

The driver of the sedan was
charged with failure to yield

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Airline passengers will soon be


allowed to carry small scissors and
other sharp objects on flights again.

The Transportation Security
Administration believes the changes
--which will be officially announced

tomorow- will give them more time to
search for the real safety problem--
explosives.

Bob Orr reports.

ENG#=3 (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=These are the spoils




*CG file File Tape
:10
*CG 2line Charles Slepian
Aviation Security Analyst
:35


*CG 2line Tim Roemer
911 Commission Member
1:08


*CG standup Bob Orr
Reporting
1:20



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OQ=Orr, CBS News, Washington. <<



(END SOT) (pkg)





(AM/ORR/SLOANE/FAULKNER AIRRULES AM
NEWS 12/01/05)




TRT: 1:35



(VO:) These are the spoils from the
domestic war on terror...some of the
13-million knives, box cutters and
cigarette lighters confiscated THIS
YEAR by airport screeners.



But, now the Transportation Security
Administration is planning to relax its
restrictions...just a bit.



(GRAPHIC)

Security sources say...by the
holidays... passengers will likely be
permitted to carry-on short scissors
(less than 4 inches long)...and small
tools like screwdrivers (less than 7
inches).



NAT SOT screening checkpoint





(VO:) TSA officials argue... SMALL
sharp implements...are no match for
fortified cockpit doors...and pose no
hijacking risk.

Beyond that...screeners can spend more
time...searching for the real terrorist
threat.




(SOT/CHARLES SLEPIAN/AVIATION SECURITY


ANALYST)

(144209:) We need to have screeners who
can detect explosives. That has always
been the number one threat to
commercial aviation.



(VO:) Some inside TSA were pushing for
a broader rollback...to allow large
knives and ice picks aboard. But Bush
administration officials...worried
about sending the wrong
message...reined in that plan.



(VO:) Flight attendants say ANY sharp
object presents a threat to those
onboard. But, the TSA claims the
changes will speed up checkpoint lines.



(SOT/orr and TIM ROEMER walk shot)



(13 25 20) "It's the wrong priority and
the wrong focus."



(VO:) 9/11 commission member Tim
Roemer...says the debate ignores BIGGER
dangers.



(SOT/TIM ROEMER, 9/11 Commission)




(13 21 32) "We're looking at the size
of a screw driver rather than trying to
keep the bad guy off the plane with a
consolidated watch list.

We're not doing enough on explosives
and we're not doing enough on cargo
bays."



(ORR ON CAMERA CLOSE:) The screening
changes...to be announced tomorrow...
come as the 9/11 commission is
finishing a new report card on
security...a stinging rebuke which will
show...four years after the attack on
America...aviation remains an overly
ripe target for terrorists. For the
Early Show I'm Bob Orr, CBS News,
Washington.







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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
HARD MUSIC UNDER Still to come on the newscast,
plans are set for the recount of
ANOTHER close election.


ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Also the fate of a man who killed a


11-year-old girl could be decided as
early as today.
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MINI-OPEN KIMBERLY ON CAM
ANCHOR ON CAM The jury is due to start
GRAPHIC=None deliberations today in the penalty


phase of the trial of a man convicted
of kidnapping, raping and killing a
Florida girl.

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





*CG locator Sarasota, FL




Joseph Smith faces a possible death
sentence for killing 11- year- old
Carlie Brucia nearly two years ago.

Defense attorneys have used letters
written by Smith to try to humanize
their client during the sentencing
phase.

Meantime, members of the media will
be able to see crime scene

and autopsy photos introduced as
evidence.


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GRAPHIC=Election 2005 A judge in Alleghany County has


set a hearing for next Monday about how
to handle recount procedures for a
board of supervisor's race.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Alleghany Co.
November Challenger Stephen Bennett was
certified as the winner over incumbent
and Vice Chairman Sam Wilhelm.

Bennett received 436 votes and

Wilhelm got 435 votes.

Wilhelm then filed for a recount
in Alleghany Circuit Court.

The hearing starts at nine
o'clock.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=Katrina Recovery Some Virginia Tech students say they


have learned an important lesson
outside the classroom.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg

52 students spent their Thanksgiving
break in New Orleans helping hurricane
victims.

It was grueling work. They gutted
homes all over the city and were
surprised to see the extent of the
devastation three months after Katrina
struck.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 8:12



INQ=It was much





*CG 2line Sarah Davis
Virginia Tech Sophomore


*CG 2line Jessica Kline
Virginia Tech Sophomore
:06


*CG 2line Aaron Marcus
Virginia Tech Junior SARAH DAVIS/VIRGINIA TECH SOPHOMORE: :13 IT WAS MUCH WORSE THAN I THOUGHT IT
WAS. I THOUGHT AFTER THREE MONTHS
THERE WOULD BE A LOT MORE DONE THAN
WAS.

JESSICA KLINE/VIRGINIA TECH SOPHOMORE:
THERE WAS MAGGOTS, AND COCKROACHES,
AND MUD EVERYWHERE. YOU COULDN'T WALK
ANYWHERE.

AARON MARCUS/VIRGINIA TECH JUNIOR: I
DEFINITELY EXPECTED SOME RESEMBLANCE OF
REPAIR GOING ON FOR MOST OF THE AREA
AND WE GOT DOWN THERE WAS GHOST STREETS
FOR THE MOST PART.

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OQ=for the most part





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The trip was so successful, another
one is planned for spring break.

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GRAPHIC=none A state police bomb squad robot


named "Andros" is seeing more action
that expected.

As Susan Bahorich tells us this
"robo-cop" has managed to stay busy.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=nats- Meet Andros...


*CG locator Salem
:00


*CG 2line Gus Necessary
Virginia State Police
:10
*CG standup Susan Bahorich
sbahorich@wdbj7.com
:47
*CG file July
:57



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OQ=SB, N7. <<




SOT FULL NATS FULL



INQ= ANDROS CRUISING ALONG...



RUNS03 (END SOT)



OQ=



Meet Andros.

He's 700-pounds of heavy aluminum and
he's a key member of the Virginia State
Police force.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @3:56:11.00



GUS NECESSARY, SR. SPECIAL AGENT VSP:
WE CAN DEPLOY THE ROBOT WITHOUT HAVING
TO PUT A LIVE BOMB TECHNICIAN IN HARMS
WAY.

RUNS06 (END SOT)



OQ=



In the past -special agents like Gus
Necessary would be called out to take
care of a bomb threat, but not anymore.



Necessary is just one of a handful of
techs trained to use Andros.



SOT FULL NATS FULL



INQ=





RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=




Andros is battery powered and depending
on the circumstance is controlled
through either a radio frequency, fiber
optics or an actual cable.



He works much like a video game-
there's a controller, monitor- even
picture in picture technology- it's
from there the character to springs
action whether here or abroad..



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @4:29:49.00/4:30:40.00/4:31:30.00



SUSAN BAHORICH, REPORTING: IN THE U.S.
-ANDROS IS USED FOR BOMB THREAT
SITUATIONS AND SURVEILLANCE. BUT IN
IRAQ, HE'S USED DAILY BY COMBAT
SOLDIERS.

RUNS08 (END SOT)



OQ=



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INQ= EXPLOSION FROM: 05-25 @59:41



RUNS05 (END SOT)



OQ=



But, it's not just overseas where
Andros faces hostile situations.



This was the scene in July. The bomb
squad was called in after a Walmart

employee found a suspicious package.



Andros was brought to the scene, the
package was removed and then detonated.



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= @4:01:19.00



REPORTER: YOU WOULDN'T THINK ITS AS
HOSTILE HERE IN THE U.S., BUT OBVIOUSLY
ENCOUNTER SOMETHINGS...

GUS NECESSARY, SR. SPECIAL AGENT VSP:
WE DO. PROBABLY MORE THAN AVERAGE
CITIZEN THINKS. (:28) I HAVE RESPONDED
TO AS MANY AS THREE BOMB CALLS IN ONE
DAY. (:34)

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OQ=



Andros doesn't come cheap- he cost just
under 150-thousand dollars.

Necessary says while Andros is helpful-
there are some limitations as he is a
machine.

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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Coming up next,

ENG#=2 VO-NAT




VO-NAT "The 70's Show's" Laura Prepon will


join us live to tell us about her
latest projects.
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ANCHOR ON CAM (KIMBERLY ON CAM)

GRAPHIC=None For eight seasons, she's starred as


the tough, loveable girl next door,
Donna Pinciotti, on T- V's retro-
comedy "That '70s Show".

VO-NAT (VO-NAT)

*CG file "Romancing the Bride" - Oxygen
Network But actress Laura Prepon is all grown
up and branching out.

She's starring in a new film,
"Romancing the Bride" on the Oxygen
network.

Laura joins us now via satellite to
talk more about her career.



(END VO)





DOUBLE BOXES KIM/LAURA (END VO)



DOUBLE BOXES



Good afternoon, Laura. Thanks for
joining us.





(Like so many people, I've been a huge
fan of That '70s show since it first
started-- Do you feel like you grew up
on that show?)






*CG 2line Laura Prepon
Actress

(What's been the biggest challenge this
season, since Topher Grace isn't on the
show anymore...And viewers also aren't
seeing much of Ashton Kutcher this
year....)



(Let's talk about your new movie,
"Romancing the Bride"... You play a
bride- to- be...but it's not the
typical romantic storyline...)




(Any other film projects on the
horizon?)



(Will "That 70s Show" be around for
another season?)
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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A trans- Atlantic feline stowaway


is finally on her way home.

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




*CG locator Paris, France

Emily, the cat, disappeared two
months ago from Wisconsin.

She'd apparently wandered to a paper
company's distribution center near her
home, and crawled into a container of
paper bales.

While inside the container, Emily
ended up on a plane to France.

Now the wayward tabby is heading
back to the U- S, in her own business
first- class seat.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL



INQ=I don't think





*CG 2line Philippe Fleury
Continental Airlines - France Philippe Fleury/Continental Airlines
France: I don't think she will drink
champagne, but I think she will be
happy to rest.

RUNS=5 (END SOT)



OQ=happy to rest





VO-NAT VO-NAT



When she was first found in the cargo
container, Emily was thin and thirsty,
but otherwise okay.

It's still a mystery how she managed
to survive the trans-Atlantic trip.

(END VO) (END VO)



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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP
98 points. The NASDAQ has gained 29.
*CG noonstox x
98
x
29

x=up y=down



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
SPORTS MUSIC UNDER When News Seven at Noon
continues,

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT A bad call at last Friday night's


Salem-Amherst game is still the talk of
the town.

Stay tuned for the details.
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GRAPHIC=ROANOKE As they opened ODAC play against


Eastern Mennonite, the Roanoke College
Maroons improve to 6 and 0.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Salem
EMU vs Roanoke The Maroons are off to their best :00 start in 10 years - they came into last
night's game 5 and 0.

Five different Maroons scored in
double figures against the Flames, and
point guard Keith Carter was all over
the place.

Carter was also in the middle of
some chaos - watch him lose the ball
and after a mad scramble in which half
the players on the floor take a shot at
it.

He'll get it back, and the Northside
product will finish it off.
*CG final Eastern Mennonite Roanoke gets the 79-to-73 win.
73 The Maroons are home Saturday and Roanoke Sunday afternoons.
79



(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=UVA In the ACC - Big Ten Challenge


the Viriginia Cavaliers beat
Nortwestern 72 to 57.


However, it appears that the UVa
football team may be losing a number of
assistant coaches.

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*CG locator Charlottesville
:00 For starters the Washington Post
is reporting that Danny Rocco will be
named the new head football coach at
Liberty University, possibly as early
as today.

The report says that Rocco has
already accepted the job.

This past year he was Al Groh's
associate head coach and coached
linebackers.

Plus, a report out of Kansas says
that UVa offensive coordinator Ron
Prince has interviewed twice for the
vacant head coaching position at Kansas
State.

Prince has emerged as the leading
candidate to replace the retiring Bill
Snyder.

At UVa, Prince is the offensive
coordinator and offensive line coach.

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GRAPHIC=FRIDAY FOOTBALL EXTRA Thousands of people saw the


controversial touchdown play from last
Friday night's regional championship
game between Salem and Amherst.

Its created such a buzz this week
that more than 17-hundred people have
viewed the video on our web site.

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*CG locator Salem
Last Friday
:00


*CG locator Fieldale
November 16, 1984
:35


*CG locator Salem
September 18, 1987
:59










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OQ=...15 TO 14." << And it is worth taking a look at
(END SOT) for sure.



The late fourth quarter pass to
the Salem sideline was clearly out of
bounds. But it was ruled a touchdown
and it did enable Salem to tie the
game.

It's unfortunate because the play
altered the game, however, to think
that official did it on purpose is
absurd. It was a mistake, a bad one
for sure, but nothing more than human
error.

And to be quite honest, I'm not
sure it's even the most controversial
call in 22 years of Friday Football
Extra.

In the 1984 playoff game between
Covington and GW Carver, this incomlete
pass is waved off by one official and
over-ruled and called atouchdown by
another. As you look at the play - it
was clearly the wrong call, but the
official simply saw something he really
didn't see. It was in the playoffs but
didn't affect the outcome as Covington
beat GW Carver 20-to-nothing.

But nothing tops this play from

September of 1987.

Salem and Fleming at Salem
Stadium. Fleming is one top 14-to-7 in
the third when the Colonels Warren
Arrington stripped Salem's Timmy Smith
of the football. Fleming's Albert
Wilson recovered for the Colonels. But
the refs ruled that the runner was down
by contact. Fleming would go on to
lose that game by a single point
15-to-14.

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