12/07/05

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GRAPHIC=Morning Report Good Morning, I'm Kimberly


McBroom.

Sunny today with highs around
40--

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the Skytracker 7 forecast, coming
up.
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But first-- here are school

announcements for today.

Amherst Co, Campbell Co, Patrick Co,
Tazewell Co- 2 hr delay

Appomattox Co- 1 hr delay.
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GRAPHIC=None One of this years participants in


the Pulaski Christmas parade shocked
many that attended.

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*CG locator Pulaski

As residents of Pulaski watched
and participated in their annual
Christmas parade on these streets last
Thursday night...many noticed a
specific vehicle....this is the one.

The Ku Klux Klan member who owns
it says he had an American,
Confederate, P-O-W and KKK flag flying
from it.

Many residents were upset with
the group's display.


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INQ=I think they're




*CG 2line Nedia Goad
KKK Member 18:56:52 NEDIA GOAD/GRAND TITAN, KKK I
THINK THEY'RE OVERREACTING CAUSE IF
WE'D OF BEEN THERE TRYING TO CAUSE
TROUBLE IT'D OF BEEN DIFFERENT..BUT WE
WERE TRYING TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS TOO
YOU KNOW.

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OQ=too you know.





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Pulaski town officials say among
the parade entries this vehicle was
plastered with Ku Klux Klan and
Confederate bumper stickers and a
hand-lettered door sign with holiday
greetings from the white-supremacist
group.

Town Manger John Hawley would not
discuss the incident too much with us,
but he did say that residents will not
allow one vehicle in a Christmas parade
to split up the Pulaski community.

Also organizers say they were not
aware of the entry, but apologized to

anyone who was offended.

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GRAPHIC=Election 2005 Votes will be recounted on


December 20th for Virginia's Attorney
General's race.

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*CG locator Richmond

That date was set during a
preliminary hearing in Richmond
yesterday.

Attorneys for Bob McDonnell and
Creigh Deeds presented their requests
to a Circuit judge.

Afterwards, both sides appeared
pleased for different reasons.

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INQ=After three and a half years of




*CG 2line Bob McDonnell

Attorney General-elect 17:54:49 BOB MCDONNELL/ATTORNEY :00 GENERAL-ELECT: AFTER THREE AND A HALF
YEARS OF CAMPAIGNING WE'RE IN THE
FOURTH WEEK OF OVERTIME AND I'M
DELIGHTED TO HAVE A DATE SET NOW THAT
WILL BE DONE IN TWO WEEKS.
*CG 2line Joe Kearfott 17:50:42 JOE KEARFOTT: JUDGE MARKOW Deeds Recount Attorney DECIDED NOT TO ENDORSE CERTAIN OF THE :09 REQUESTS THAT HAD BEEN MADE FOR COUNCIL
BY MR. MCDONNELL THAT WE BELIEVE WOULD
HAVE ADDED UNNECESSARILY TO THE COST OF
THE RECOUNT.

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OQ=of the recount.





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Kearfott (Kur-foot) is referring
to a request by the McDonnell team to
have registrars in every locality make
copies of their election results.

The judge instead ordered them to
make those results available upon
request.

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GRAPHIC=Indictment A man faces dozens of child


sex abuse charges in Radford.

The grand jury returned 120
counts against Josiah Baker
yesterday... according to the
Commonwealth's Attorney's office.

Baker was arrested Sunday and
now faces sodomy, sexual battery and
indecent liberty charges.


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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.

Still chilly today, but plenty
of sunshine with highs around 40.

Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner
has the full forecast, coming up.

But first, here are some school
announcments--
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Amherst Co, Campbell Co, Patrick Co,
Taswell Co- 2 hr delay

Appomattox Co- 1 hr delay

PIttsylvania-- Brosville Elementary and
Stoney Mill Elementary on a two hour
delay because of power outage....
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GRAPHIC=None As the county announced a


statewide award, a team that saved the
life of a Roanoke County man severely
injured in a farm accident on New
Year's Day was recognized.

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VO-NAT




*CG file January 1

The man's leg was caught in a
tractor auger, and had to be amputated
at the scene near Catawba.

A State Police helicopter carried the
patient to Carilion Roanoke Memorial
Hospital for additional surgery.
*CG locator Roanoke Co.


Yesterday, the emergency room
doctor who assisted at the scene
praised the emergency medical personnel
from several different agencies who
responded.

The Roanoke County Fire and
Rescue Department received the
Governor's Award for Outstanding E-M-S
Call of the Year.
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The accident victim is still
recovering from his injuries, but is
said to be doing well.
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GRAPHIC=NONE Christmas came early for some


teens from Roanoke's Boys and Girls
club.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Twenty five teenagers were
treated to a shopping spree at J-C
Penney at Tanglewood Mall Tuesday.

A five thousand dollar grant from

the Civitan Club of Roanoke allowed
each kid to buy several outfits.

The goal of the project is to
teach them how to dress for success.

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INQ=Most of these




*CG 2line Mark Hurley
Boys & Girls Club MARK HURLEY/BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB: MOST :00 OF THESE KIDS THEY DRESS IN JEANS AND
T-SHIRTS AND WHEN THEY GO TO SCHOOL AND
WHEN THEY GO OUT TO INTERVIEWS A LOT OF
THEM THINK THAT IS THE WAY YOU ARE
SUPPOSE TO BE INTERVIEWING ESPECIALLY
WHEN THEY'RE GOING FOR THEIR FIRST JOB
INTERVIEW EVER.
*CG 2line Anthony Gerena ANTHONY GERENA: THIS IS VERY HAPPY FOR Recipient ALL OF US BECAUSE WE GET $200 JUST TO :16 (QUICK) SPEND ON US FOR CLOTHES.

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OQ=on us for clothes





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The teens had two hours to shop.

Each one had an adult mentor to
help them pick the right selection.

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GRAPHIC=NONE An Olympic- sized tribute to a


Radford resident and gold medalist--

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*CG locator Radford

This Saturday, 74-year-old Harold
Connolly's hometown of Boston will
unveil a larger-than-life bronze
sculpture of him outside his old high
school.

He won the Olympic hammer throw
back in 19-56 in Melbourne, Australia.

He actually went to four Olympic
games, and broke the world record seven
times.

Connolly also overcame great
odds.

His left arm was damaged at
birth...making the hammer throw even
more challenging.

Connolly was the director of the
U-S Special Olympics for eleven years.


He continues to help coach young
men and women who want to compete in
the Olympics for the hammer-throw.

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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.

We're getting a break from
winter weather today, with plenty of
sunshine.

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

But first-- here's some school
information.
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Amherst Co, Campbell Co, Patrick Co,
Taswell Co- 2 hr delay

Appomattox Co- 1 hr delay

PIttsylvania-- Brosville Elementary and
Stoney Mill Elementary on a two hour
delay because of power outage....



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GRAPHIC=None Speed limits and noise ordinances


are some of the recommendations from a
task force to make Smith Mountain Lake
safer.

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*CG locator Franklin Co.

John Porter was one of many
residents happy with a recommendation
by the lake safety task force to impose
speed limits on the lake.

It would be 55 miles per hour
during the day, 25 at night.

But the head of Virginia's
Deptartment of Game and Inland
Fisheries says not so fast.

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INQ=Speed ometers





*CG 2line Gerald Massengill
Department of Game & Inland Fisheries COLONEL GERALD MASSENGILL/DEPT. OF GAME
AND INLAND FISHERIES: SPEED OMETERS ON
WATERCRAFT BEING WHAT THEY ARE, THE
ACCURACIES OF THEM, ALL THOSE ISSUES
THAT COME WITH SPEED LIMIT ENFORCEMENT
WOULD GIVE US SOMETHING TO PAUSE.

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Just about everyone agrees there
needs to be better enforcement on Smith
Mountain Lake.

However, some lake business owners
also feel a speed limit along with a
noise ordinance would hurt area
tourism.

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GRAPHIC=Indictment It's been nearly five-months


since a shooting in Roanoke left one
woman dead and one man injured.


The suspect now faces a new
upgraded charge.

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VO-NAT A grand jury indicted 23-year-old


Michael Edward Holmes on an aggravated
malicious wounding charge
*CG locator Roanoke Holmes was initially charged this July summer with murder and malicious
wounding in the death of 37-year-old
Connie Michelle Mills and the wounding
of 50-year-old David Macklin Ray.

Commonwealth's Attorney Don
Caldwell says this upgrade in the
malicious wounding charge will allow
the city to seek an additional sentence
of 20 to life for Holmes, as opposed to
a sentence of five to 20-years.

His trial is scheduled to begin
February 9th.

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GRAPHIC=Fire Authorities aren't sure what


started a fire that destroyed a Bedford
County home.

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*CG locator Bedford Co.

About three dozen firefighters
responded to the call on Pendleton Road
around 9:30 yesterday morning.

They arrived to find smoke and
flames pouring from the two-story
farmhouse.

Crews were able to keep the fire
from spreading to nearby buildings, but
the home was a total loss.

The homeowner's son was slightly
injured when he spotted the smoke and
kicked in the front door trying to get
to the fire to put it out himself.

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