12/14/05

News 7 at 5




HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad)



CAPTION: Ice Warning

A mixture of sleet and freezing rain
will develop early Thursday. Ice is
the big concern.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION:Robbery

Police are searching for two men who
robbed a Roanoke bank this morning.


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Don't Give Up

Joy Standup


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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4




CAPTION: Be Heeled

Plus the X-Rays don't lie. We'll look
at how trendy shoes could be damaging
your feet.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 at 5




*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com
*CG 304


*CG standup Grant Kittelson

gkittelson@wdbj7.com

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GRAPHIC=News 7 at 5 More wintry weather is headed our


way.

Much of the News 7 area is under a
Winter Storm Warning. Driving
conditions could be treacherous by
tomorrow morning.

Let's go straight to meterologist
Robin Reed in the Skytracker7 forecast
center.

Robin, what are you expecting to
happen?
Jean Toss to Robin TOSS TO ROBIN
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GRAPHIC=None More disturbing details today in


the case of a Roanoke County teenager
accused of killing his grandmother.

During a preliminary hearing this
afternoon, a county detective said
Chris Jamison admitted stabbing his
grandmother more than a dozen times,
and then slitting her throat.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
November 61- year- old Jean Jamison...
died November 5th at her home on Poage
Valley Road.

Her 14- year- old grandson was
sitting in the driveway when the
detective arrived.

The officer said Jamison
explained how he took the largest knife

from a rack in the kitchen, put it
under a pillow, then walked into the
room where his grandmother was sitting.

According to the detective,
Jamison said he told his grandmother he
was sorry, before stabbing her in the
back.

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GRAPHIC=None Jamison will be tried as an


adult. A charge of first degree murder
was certified to the grand jury that
meets in February.


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GRAPHIC=Bank Robbery Roanoke police are searching for


two men who robbed a Roanoke bank this
morning.

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*CG locator Roanoke

It was about eleven when two
men armed with guns- walked into the
First Citizens Branch in the 500 block
of McClanahan Street.


Police say the men were driving a
small, dark car.

No employees were injured but an
ambulance was called to treat one
person for shock.

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GRAPHIC=Iraq election Tomorrow Iraq's will go to the


polls.. but on the eve of the
elections, protestors took to the
streets- while insurgents stepped up
their efforts to stop the process.

And here at home, President Bush
makes a major announcement concerning
the war.. Aleen Sirgany has more from
Washington.

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*CG 2line Rep. John Murtha

(D) Pennsylvania


:44


*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq
:53



*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
Washington, DC
1:20



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(END SOT) THE NEWS CAME DURING PRESIDENT BUSH'S


FOURTH AND FINAL SPEECH

LEADING UP TO IRAQ'S HISTORIC
ELECTIONS.

President Bush: It is true that much
of the intelligence turned

out to be wrong. As president I am
responsible for the decision to go into
Iraq.

THE PRESIDENT WENT ON TO DEFEND THAT
DECISION AND HE REFUSED TO

BOW DOWN TO WAR CRITICS.



President Bush: "we will fight this
war without wavering -- and

we will prevail."

MISTER BUSH HAS A LOT RIDING ON IRAQ'S
ELECTIONS. HIS POLL NUMBERS ARE UP
SLIGHTLY BUT THE LATEST NUMBERS STILL
SHOW ALMOST

60-PERCENT OF AMERICANS ASKED, DON'T
BELIEVE HIS STRATEGY WILL ACHIEVE


VICTORY IN IRAQ. CONGRESSMAN JOHN
MURTHA, A VOCAL CRITIC OF THE WAR --

SAYS IT'S TIME TO PUT THE IRAQIS IN
CHARGE.

Rep. John Murtha / D - PENNSYLVANIA:
What i'm saying -- our American troops
have become the targets in iraq and
that's why I'm saying they're actually
better off solving this themselves.

IN BAGHDAD THOUSANDS TOOK TO THE
STREETS ignoring an imposed curfew.
ANGRY SHI'ITES DEMONSTRATED ON THE EVE
OF THE ELECTIONS AFTER A SUNNI ARAB
CRITICIZED THEIR RELIGIOUS LEADERS.
IRAQI FORCES, FOR THE

MOST PART, ARE IN CHARGE OF SECURING
POLLING PLACES --WITH U-S TROOPS

READY TO ASSIST. AND ALL EYES WILL BE
WATCHING AS IRAQIS PREPARE TO

CHOOSE THE 275-PEOPLE WHO WILL MAKE UP
THEIR COUNTRY'S FIRST PERMANENT,

DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED PARLIAMENT,

Aleen Sirgany / CBS NEWS: "some
15-million Iraqis are

eligible to vote. There are more than
30-thousand polling stations setup
across the country. What's uncertain
is just how many will cast ballots.
Aleen Sirgany, CBS News, Washington.


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GRAPHIC=None It's an ongoing debate... national


security versus civil liberties-

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*CG locator Washington, DC 16 plus

Today Congress voted on a bill
that renews some of the most
controversial parts of the Patriot
Act...

If passed it would give the FBI
greater access to library, business and
medical records. and it would give
police greater surveillance powers
especially when it comes to wiretaps.


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GRAPHIC=None The bill could face opposition


in the Senate.. as both some Democrats
and Republicans say the Patriot Act
tramples on civil liberties.
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GRAPHIC=None A state task force looking at


security on college campuses today
released dozens of recommendations.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg
File Tape The Campus Safety Task Force has
spent two years pouring over thousands
of crime logs, dispatch records and
arrest reports.

69 public and private two and
four year colleges were studied.

*CG locator Richmond The group found that all schools handle :10 security differently.

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*CG 2line Kimberly Hamilton
Crime Commission Director TAPE 1 28:36 KIMBERLY HAMILTON: YOU
HAVE SCHOOLS LIKE U-V-A THAT HAVE VERY
OLD, HISTORIC BUILDINGS. THESE
BUILDINGS PRESENT A UNIQUE CHALLENGE
WHEN IT COMES TO ELECTRONIC
SURVEILLANCE AND OTHER MEANS THAT MAY

BE USED TO MONITOR AND PREVENT CRIME.

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Some of the 26- recommendations
include having security departments
accredited, collaborating with local
law enforcement and having written
procedures for dealing with crime
victims.

40 of the 69 schools studied
don't have campus police departments...
instead, they employ or out-source
security officers.

The Virginia Crime Commission
will take a final vote on the proposals
next month.

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GRAPHIC=None Many college students are getting


ready for Christmas break, but for some
at Washington and Lee University, the

break is permanent.

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*CG locator Lexington

33-Tulane and Loyola University
students came to Washington and Lee
University after Hurricane Katrina
devastated their own schools.

But, now it's time for them to go
back.

The university says it had an
agreement with Tulane and Loyola, that
it would send the students back at the
end of the semester.

For many, the departure is
bittersweet.

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INQ=ALL OF US




*CG 2line Megan Boudreax
Displaced Tulane University Student 01:23 ALL OF US HAVE VIEWED THIS AS OUR
SEMESTER ABROAD 26 WE JUST FEEL SO
LUCKY THAT W AND LEE JUST INVITED SO
MANY OF US IN AND JUST TOOK CARE OF US
SO MUCH 32

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Coming up on News 7 at Six, we'll
hear Washington and Lee's response to
students who HAVE expressed a desire to
stay.

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Local health officials are
investigating a case of tuberculosis.
We'll have more on that after the
break.

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VO-NAT Also a family with three children is


swept away after a dam breaks flooding

a town in Missouri.

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ANCHOR ON CAM Not the Christmas present residents
GRAPHIC=None in Southeast Missouri wanted..



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*CG locator Near Lesterville, MO 10

A break in a reservoir sent water
rushing into town- flooding Lesterville
and forcing people to leave.

A family with three children was
sent into the rushing water.

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*CG 2line Gary Barton
Reynolds Co. Sheriff


*CG 2line Edith Bowles
Resident 50
12 GARY BARTON/REYNOLDS CO. SHERIFF: WE
DID HAVE SOME PEOPLE THEIR HOUSE WAS

SWEPT AWAY THE THEY'RE BEING TREATED
AT ONE OF THE LOCAL HOSPITALS FOR
HYPOTHERMIA. BUT

THEY ARE STILL ALIVE THANK GOD. RUNS 11

in at :33

EDITH BOWLES/RESIDENT:

OF COURSE THIS WAS INEVITABLE THEY KNE
WTHIS WAS SHOULD HAVE BEEN FIXED A
LONG TIME AGO.

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water we're talking about.

The reservoir holds one and a
half billion gallons of water.. about
80 percent of that escaped.

Crews are working to repair
the hole that's 600 feet wide.

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GRAPHIC=Meidcal News The Virginia Department of Health


confirms it is investigating a
suspected case of tuberculosis in
Franklin County. News 7 first learned

about this case from a local doctor.
The doctor says the person came into
his office with an active case of the
disease. He says the person is now in
isolation at Lewis-Gale Medical Center
undergoing treatment.

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GRAPHIC=Healthcheck Despite the findings of a new


study, you shouldn't give up the fiber
in your diet --that's the advice from a
local cancer doctor.

The study found that there was no
evidence that a diet high in fiber
helped prevent colon cancer, as
previously thought.

2 SHOT/JOY/JEAN=HEALTHCHECK BANNER TWO SHOT/JOY/JEAN



Joy Sutton joins us to explain in this
health check 7 Report --

Jean-- I've already heard people in
our own newsroom say they're not going
continue eating as much fiber, after
hearing about this latest study.
JOYFULL JOY FULL


But that might not be the right thing
to do -- because fiber does have other
benefits.

And the doctor I spoke today says you
have to put this study in perspective.

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INQ=This is the best scientific




*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Dr. Stephen ReMine
Carilion Surgical Oncologist
:33


*CG file File Tape
:49

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5:08:13 runs=09



THIS IS THE BEST SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE WE
CAN GET, THE PROBLEM IS WE CAN'T ALWAYS
TELL IF THIS IS GOING TO BE ACCURATE.
IT'S CERTAINLY FOOD FOR THOUGHT

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That's why Dr. Stephen ReMine would
like to see more studies before he
rules out the link between eating fiber

rich foods and the prevention of colon
cancer. He says what we do know is the
fiber is an important part of a healthy
diet that can help eliminate other
colon diseases.

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5:13:18

YOU'VE GOT AN INCREDIBLE VIEW INSIDE
THE COLON.

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When it comes to preventing colon
cancer -- a colonoscopy may be your
best bet.

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IT DOESN'T NECESSARILY PREVENT BUT IT
WE FIND POLYPS. WE KNOW THERE IS A 7 TO
15 YEAR CYCLE FROM POLY TO CANCER IF
YOU FIND POLYPS AND CAN REMOVE THEM YOU
ARE ESSENTIALLY ARE CURING CANCER
BEFORE IT FORMS

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Speaking of polyps, Dr. ReMine says
there is still the question where a
high fiber diet may help prevent the
formation of these tumor-like growths.

That's something that most recent
study didn't address.

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5:12:25 runs=08



IN THE FUTURE WE'LL HAVE GENETIC
TESTING, WHERE YOU CAN TAKE A PIECE OF
STOOL AND SAMPLE IT TO SEE IF SOMEONE
IS AT HIGH RISK FOR COLON CANCER

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JOY FULL JOY FULL

You should start getting regular
colonoscopies starting at age of 50 and
even earlier if you have a family
history of colon cancer or notice blood
in your stool.
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Jean,
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GRAPHIC=Hold Healthcheck The holiday season is here and many are


already feeling the pain, right

down to their soles.....of their feet.

Doctor David Marks tells us how to
soothe the soreness.

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*CG locator New York, NY
:00



*CG 2line Dr. Johanna Youner
NY Downtown Hospital
:09


*CG 2line Dr. David Marks
CBS News
:55



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PKG



(New York, NY)



THE HOLIDAYS ARE FILLED WITH JOY -
SANTA, SNOW, PRESENTS.

BUT THEY ALSO BRING WITH THEM A LITTLE
BIT OF PAIN.

ALL THAT SHOPPING CAN BE TOUGH ON YOUR
FEET..... ESPECIALLY FOR WOMEN.



(SOT-Dr. Johanna Youner/NY Downtown


Hospital)

"people are going to be walking a lot
their feet are going to hurt alot,

they are going to swell going to be

wearing high heel shoes at parties

they are going to have a lot of foot
pain."



LET'S FACE IT, STYLISH SHOES LIKE THESE
TRENDY HIGH HEELS LOOK

BEAUTIFUL. BUT THEY'RE NOT EXACTLY
MADE FOR WALKING.... AT LEAST NOT

FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPING.

CHECK THIS OUT -THIS IS AN X-RAY OF A
WOMAN'S FOOT.

BUT THIS IS AN X-RAY OF HER FOOT
WEARING THE SHOE.

NOTICE HOW THE TOES ARE SQUISHED AND
THE ENTIRE SHAPE OF THE FOOT

CHANGES.

AND IT'S NOT JUST THIS EXPENSIVE SHOE
THAT DOES IT.

ANY HIGH HEELED OR POINTY-TOED SHOE CAN
CAUSE PAIN.



(SOT-Dr. Johanna Youner/NY Downtown


Hospital)

"a pointy toes shoe can force the foot
into that point and create a

bunion and hammer toe over the years.
And blisters in the short time."



(STANDUP: Dr. David Marks/CBS NEWS/New

York, NY)

AND NOBODY WANTS THOSE FOOT PROBLEMS.

SO NEXT TIME YOU HEAD FOR ANOTHER ROUND
OF HOLIDAY SHOPPING AND ANOTHER

DAY ON YOUR FEET TRY TO FOLLOW THIS
MOTTO: COMFORT FIRST.



(SOT-Dr. Johanna Youner/NY Downtown


Hospital)

"the most comfort that u can get and
still look good is keep ur heel to

about two inches try not to go higher
than that and put a pad in front

of ur shoe."



AND WHEN YOU GET HOME, SOAK YOUR FEET
IN WARM WATER.... THEN MASSAGE

THEM TO INCREASE THE CIRCULATION AND
REJUVENATE THE SKIN.

THAT SHOULD HELP KEEP THE PAIN OF
PRESENT SHOPPING TO A MINIMUM.... AT

LEAST FOR YOUR FEET ANYWAY.

DOCTOR DAVID MARKS, CBS NEWS.



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Still to come on the newscast, Robin
will join us with more information on
tonight's threatening weather.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Then a little bit later, a photographer


gets a little too close to action
during a recent drag race.

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Coming up next, Mike Stevens will
have a preview of tonight's Friday
Football Extra Awards Banquet.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Then a little later, we'll tell you


why one baseball team is finding
keeping a game on schedule is as hard
as catching a greased pig.

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GRAPHIC=None A photographer's desire to get


a good action shot put him in the
middle of the action of a drag race in
New Zealand.

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




*CG locator Auckland, New Zealand
Monday During Monday's race one of the cars
spun out, veered off the track, and
then plowed into a structure where the
cameraman was standing.

The driver lost control before the
finish line while traveling about 125-
miles- per hour.

The photographer emerged relatively
unscathed-- with just minor cuts and
bruises.

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GRAPHIC=BAM Good evening everybody and


welcome to the start of very special
night here at Your Hometown Station.

Tonight marks the official end of
the high school football season with
our 22nd annual Friday Football Extra
Awards banquet at the Salem Civic
Center.

Mike Stevens has a look at what's
in store.

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INQ=




*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
:00


*CG file 2004 FFE Banquet
:36


*CG locator Rocky Mount

1994
1:05



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GRAPHIC=BAM Thanks Mike we look forward to


hearing more from you tonight at 6.

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GRAPHIC=None Also going on this evening the


Roanoke Dazzle return home to face
first place Arkansas. Roanoke is 3 and
5 well the RimRockers come in with a 5
and 2 record. Kent Davison's club
played Arkansas last Friday and lost
110 to 96.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Kent Davison
5th Season with the Dazzle








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OQ=Not going to win.




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GRAPHIC= Coming up tonight at 6 we will


hear from Hokies head Coach Seth
Greenberg about Tech's trip to Las
Vegas as well as Al Groh on the
coaching turnover in Charlottesville.
Jean's coming right back to wrap up
News 7 at 5.

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GRAPHIC=NONE The stock markets finished mixed on
ENG#=1 Wall Street today.



Here to tell us why is Alexis
Christoforous.

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*CG 2line Alexis Christoforous
CBS Money Watch
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OQ=News 7 at 5. < (END SOT) available.>>




STOCK ROLL STOCK ROLL
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*CG 5stox1


Unchg
39.47
h
1.80
75.70
h
0.30
55.31
h
1.15
60.32
i
0.08
18.24



*CG 5stox2 h
0.04
21.27
h
0.19
20.31
h
0.19
31.19
i
0.94
97.71
i
0.14
60.11


*CG 5stox3 h
0.08
42.48
i
0.02
28.50
i
0.16
33.84
h
0.96
88.68
i

0.03
47.00


*CG 5stox4 h
0.28
59.25
h
0.54
22.85
i
0.10
24.55
h
0.08
4.33
h
0.06
24.57
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GRAPHIC=None A baseball team mascot got to play


chicken with a pig last night.\

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT







In a Pacific League game last night in

Mexico, they had a between innings game
involving a pig.

But the promotion went bad when the
pig got free and started running around
the field.

The game had to be delayed while
mascots and field workers chased the
pig around.

As players looked on, Homer the
Chicken eventually captured the pig by

throwing his mascot head at it,
scaring the animal long enough to
capture it.

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