12/19/05

News 7 at Noon

CAPTION: New Drive Thru


An apparently disgruntled employee
drives his car through a home
improvement store and he doesn't stop
there.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Bush Speaks

After last night's speech defending
Iraq and domestic surveillance,
President Bush holds another news
conference this morning.
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CAPTION: Nice Weather

Sunny skies will persist through much
of the upcoming work week. I'll have
your forecast.

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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



<< *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon A Bedford woman lost her life this


morning after she was hit by a car.

ENG#=None TAKE MAP APRISA PAGE


TakeMAP Aprisa Page Fifty three year old Bonnie Davis was

crossing Dawn Drive in Bedford about
6:30.

She was struck by the car being
driven by 20 year old Catherine
Hollish.

Davis was pronounced dead at the
scene.

No charges have been anounced, but the
accident is still under investigation.

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GRAPHIC=Bush President Bush is keeping up his


momentum on defending the war in

Iraq.

After a primetime speech from the
oval office, the President followed up
this morning with a news conference.

As Claudia Coffey tells us, he
faced tough questions on the war.. and
his authorization of domestic spying.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)



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INQ=President Bush is




*CG locator Washington, DC



*CG file Last Night


*CG standup Claudia Coffey
Reporting

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OQ=Coffey, News 7. <<



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PRESIDENT BUSH IS ON THE OFFENSIVE...



TRACK:

IN HIS FIRST MAJOR PRESS CONFERENCE IN
MORE THAN TWO MONTHS THE

PRESIDENT

CONTINUED TO TRY to SWING PUBLIC
OPINION AND SUPPORT FOR THE WAR IN IRAQ

BACK

IN HIS DIRECTION.



SOT/TBA FROM PRESSER.



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TRACK:

THIS MORNING'S PRESS CONFERENCE COMES
LESS THAN 24-HOURS AFTER HE

OUTLINED

IN A PRIME - TIME SPEECH WHY HE
BELIEVES AMERICA WILL AND MUST WIN IN

IRAQ.

IT WAS HIS MOST CANDID AND PERSONAL --

TAKING DIRECT RESPONSIBILITY

FOR SENDING THE NATION TO WAR.



SOT/SUPER: Sunday Night



I know that some of my decisions have
lead to terrible loss and not one

of those

decisions has been taken lightly.



MANY POLITICAL OBSERVERS SEE TODAY'S
PRESS CONFERENCE AND THE MULTIPLE

SPEECHES ON IRAQ

AS A DIRECT RESPONSE TO THE PRESIDENT'S
LOW POLL NUMBERS AND THE FACT

NEARLY HALF OF AMERICANS NOW QUESTION
THE WAR'S LEGITIMACY.



ANOTHER ISSUE BURDENING THE PRESIDENT
-- THE RELEVATION HE AUTHORIZED

THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY TO SPY ON
PEOPLE IN THE U-S WITHOUT COURT

APPROVAL.

THE PRESIDENT USED HIS PRESS CONFERENCE
TO TAKE CRITICISM OF THAT HEAD

ON.



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CLAUDIA ON CAM TAG

DEMOCRATS ON CAPITOL HILL DON'T SEEM TO
BE BUYING ANY OF THIS. MAINTAING

THE WHITE HOUSE NEEDS TO ADOPT A NEW
STRATEGY IN IRAQ AND WITH HEARINGS

ON THE SPYING CONTROVERSY ON THE WAY
-- the PRESIDENT MAY NOT BE OUT

OF THE POLITICAL DOLDRUMS JUST YET.



CLAUDIA COFFEY, News 7.

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GRAPHIC=Winter Weather As our region begins thawing out


from last week's ice storm, the
recovery is slower in the South.

Hundreds of thousands of residents are
still without power.

Mark Strassmann reports.

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INQ=By late tonight




*CG locator Cleveland Co., NC
:00



*CG 2line Cindy Beason
Storm Victim
:18


*CG 2line Davis Montgomery
Duke Power Spokesman
:57


*CG standup Mark Strassmann
Reporting
ANYTIME



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By late tonight, everyone in Cleveland
County North Carolina is supposed to
have power back.



But for more than two-thousand people,
it's been FOUR long days in the dark
and cold -- ever since an ice storm
knocked down trees and power lines, and
gave the Carolinas a frosty taste of
winter.



(SOT) (Cindy Beason - Storm Victim)






"WE NEED HELP. OUR COMMUNITY IS BLOCKED
IN AND NO ONE CAN GET IN OR OUT. NO ONE
CAN GET THEIR FAMILIES IN OR OUT
WITHOUT OTHERS HELPING."



(NARR) (best ice pix)



Last Thursday's storm -- and its icy
aftermath -- killed at least five
people, several of them by iced-over
trees falling on houses.



Ice still clung to power lines over the
weekend, in what a spokesman for Duke
Power called the region's "worst ice
storm" EVER for power outages.



At one point, more than 700-thousand
people in the Carolinas had no power.



This morning, that number's down to
200-thousand or so....with the help of
crews from several states.



(SOT) (Davis Montgomery - Duke Power


Spokesman)



"OUR RESTORATION EFFORT IS STILL GOING
GOOD. BUT WE'RE SCHEDULED TO HAVE THE

LAST PERSON ON -- OUR ESTIMATE IS BY
MONDAY EVENING."



(NARR)



People without power have to hope so.



Tonight's forecast for the area, once
again, calls for freezing temperatures.





Mark Strassmann, CBS news, Atlanta.

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GRAPHIC=Warner With 25 days left in office, Govenor


Mark Warner is making what's left of
his term count.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Martinsville

This morning he announced three
hundred thousand dollars of this year's
budget will go to the new College
Institute.

Last week Warner proposed 4.5 million
dollars of next year's budget would
also go to the new school.

He says this is an investment, the
area and the economy.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Gov. Mark Warner










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OQ=southside economy.







VO-NAT VO-NAT



Barry Dorsey will head the new
college. He is currently head of the
University of Rio (RYE-OH) Grande in
Ohio.

Meanwhile Warner will continue his
tour of the state. He will be making
his way to Clifton Forge this afternoon
where he is expected to make a jobs
announcement.

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GRAPHIC=None In Arizona, a Home Depot store


may need to use some of its own
inventory after a car smashed through

the building.

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




*CG locator Chandler, AZ

Surveillance video shows an
apparently- disgruntled former store
employee driving his car through the
entrance early yesterday morning.

After driving through the aisles
and coming to a stop in the paint
department, 24- year- old Ali Warra-
yat then unsuccessfully tried to set
his vehicle AND the store on fire.

After he left the store on foot,
police arrested him without incident.

It was about the last thing
customers were expecting to see.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
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INQ=I was called




*CG 2line Kay Moore
Customer Kay Moore/Customer: I was called by the
Home Depot yesterday, that one of my
cabinets I was waiting for has come in.
I was coming this morning to pick it up
and obviously now I can't.

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OQ=now I can't.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Police don't know what provoked
Warra-yat to drive through the store.

No one was injured.

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GRAPHIC=None Just getting around is a challenge


for many New York City commuters-- and
it could get worse.

ENG#=3 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Queens, NY

That after drivers for two private
bus lines walked off the job early
today in Queens after transit talks
failed to produce any agreement.

The Transport Workers Union plans a
large- scale, city- wide strike
beginning just after midnight.

The move could paralyze New York's

subway and bus system-- affecting
millions of commuters.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL The people that live in this area
INQ=The people around here, they have no way of


getting to their job or wherever they
need to get to.

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OQ=need to get to.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



A key sticking point for
negotiations is a plan to raise the age
at which new employees become eligible
for a full pension.

This would be the first bus and
subway strike in New York since an 11-
day walkout in 19- 80.

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If you miss any of our local stores,
you can find them again on our website
at WDBJ-7-dot-com.

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HARD MUSIC UNDER Coming up next on the newscast,
we'll see what is being done to make
sure some often overlooked people enjoy
their holidays.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus, no one likes to be on a diet for


the holidays, but for some people it's
a matter of life or death.

We'll have some practical advice for
diabetics after the break.
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Miniopen KIMBERLY ON CAM
Kimberly ON CAM If you're wondering where the beef
GRAPHIC=None is, just go to Japan.



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




*CG locator Osaka, Japan

The two- year ban on U- S beef--
brought on by Mad Cow concerns-- has
been lifted.

Shipments of beef began arriving in
Japan over the weekend.

It's headed back to Japanese grills
today, with the imported meat set to
appear at a popular barbecue chain.

Japan was once American beef's most
lucrative overseas market.

However, a recent poll shows a
strong majority of Japanese still
harbor fears about U- S beef.

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GRAPHIC=Medical News Holidays can create a lot of


temptations.
ROLL HEALTHCHECK ANIMATION ROLL HEALTHCHECK

And for millions of Americans who have
diabetes, the season can

present even greater challenges.

Christy Feig has more.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Rose Clifford
Dietitian
*CG 2line Chris Cox
Diabetic



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OQ=Feig in Washington <<



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IT'S THE HOLIDAYS WHICH MEANS..
SHOPPING WITH MILLIONS OF PEOPLE;
PARTIES WITH

LOTS OF RICH FOOD..AND THE STRESS OF
MAKING THAT LAST FLIGHT OUT. THE SEASON


CAN BE PRETTY HECTIC AND STAYING
HEALTHY CAN BE DIFFICULT....ESPECIALLY
FOR THE

61 MILLION AMERICANS WITH DIABETES OR

PRE-DIABETES. BUT IT CAN BE ENJOYABLE.

NUTRITIONISTS SAY, PLANNING IS KEY.



--SOT--



If you set goals for yourself...either
for the whole holiday period, or just

day by day...so you can think about
what you are going to be eating that

day...you'll be fine.



--TRACK--

CHRIS COX HAS HAD TYPE 1 DIABETES FOR
TWENTY YEARS. EVEN THOUGH SWEETS ARE
NO

LONGER A STRICT NO-NO FOR DIABETICS, HE
STILL CAN'T AFFORD TO OVERLOAD ON

GOODIES. HE KEEPS HIS SUGAR IN CHECK BY
INCREASING HIS GLUCOSE MONITORING

DURING THE HOLIDAYS.



--SOT--



The technology has gotten a lot better
in monitoring diabetes over the last

five years...there are medications out
now that work quicker and help you have

better control.



--TRACK--

COX SAYS HE EATS IN MODERATION AND

STAYS AWAY FROM BUTTER, CREAMS AND
CARBS. HE

ALSO WATCHES HIS ALCOHOL INTAKE.



--SOT--



Drinking alcohol, if you don't eat
anything and especially if you take
insulin

or take pills, can cause your blood
sugar to drop really low.



--TRACK--

DANGEROUSLY LOW..

SOME DIABETICS SAY THEY'RE TOO BUSY TO
GET TO THE GYM. DOCTORS RECOMMEND A

DAILY WALK. IT CAN KEEP POUNDS OFF,
SUGAR LEVELS UNDER CONTROL, AND CUTS

STRESS. EVEN WALKING AROUND THE MALL
SHOPPING FOR PRESENTS COUNTS.

I'M CHRISTY FEIG REPORTING FROM
WASHINGTON.



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GRAPHIC=Christmas Christmas morning is now less


than a week away.


But some people might not have
presents under the tree without
volunteers trying to be Santa to as
many as they can.

Jeremy Butterfield spent the day
with a local group doing just that.

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*CG locator Botetourt Co.
:03




*CG 2line Krisha Witt
18 Year Old Volunteer
:10


*CG 2line Deborah Quinn
Roanoke "Be a Santa for a Senior"
:30


*CG 2line Connie Moorman
Roanoke Department of Social Services
:51


*CG 2line Brenda Dixon
Lynchburg "Be a Santa for a Senior"
1:17



*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:32

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OQ=Botetourt Couny. <<



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INQ= NAT POP:LOADING



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OQ= The day starts here.



A parking lot in Botetourt County
serves as the meeting place to load
these cars up with gifts.

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INQ= @21:14:31



KRISHA WITT:YOU REALIZE A LITTLE BIT
MORE HOW MUCH NEED THERE IS OUT THERE
AND IT IS KIND OF SAD KNOWING THAT
THERE ARE PEOPLE THAT DON'T HAVE
ANYBODY OR ANYTHING.

RUN:06 (END SOT)



OQ= Krisha and the rest of the


volunteers are participating in the Be
a Santa for a Senior program.

Their goal... to deliver presents
to nearly one-thousand seniors
throughout the Roanoke Valley.


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INQ= @21:22:12



DEBORAH:CHILDREN ARE SO IMPORTANT AND
IT'S EXCITING TO BE ABLE TO SEE THE
CHILDREN GET THINGS FOR CHRISTMAS, BUT
WE DON'T ALWAYS THINK ABOUT THE NEEDY
SENIORS AND THIS IS OUR CHANCE TO BRING
A SMILE TO THEM.

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OQ= BUTT BUTT BUTT



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INQ= @21:20:00



NAT SOUND OPEN PRESENT

RUN:03 (END SOT)



OQ= Many of those chosen for the


program were selected by church groups
and area social services departments.

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INQ= @21:29:19



CONNIE:SOMETHING POSITIVE THAT WE CAN
DO BECAUSE SO MANY TIMES AT LEAST ON
OUR END WE SEE SO MUCH OF THE NEED AT
THE HOLIDAY TIME THAT THIS WAS MORE OF
A POSITIVE SPARK THAN WE NORMALLY SEE.

RUN:12 (END SOT)



OQ= The seniors filled out a wish


list, and those were picked up at
Walmarts, and malls across the valley.

Like Loraine, most of the seniors

were happy to receive everyday needs,
such as socks and toiletries.

But some wishes ended up being
more memorable for the volunteers than
others.

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INQ= @21:33:48



BRENDA:SHE WAS ABOUT 96 AND IN ADDITION
TO HER FOUR REQUEST SHE ASKED FOR A 6
FOOT FIVE TALL RICH MAN////REPORTER:AND
WERE YOU ABLE TO DELIVER////I THINK
WERE STILL WORKING ON THAT.

RUN:15 (END SOT)



OQ= BUTT BUTT BUTT



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INQ= JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:AFTER ALL THE


DELIVERIES ARE COMPLETED IT'S TIME TO
START THINKING ABOUT NEXT YEARS
CHRISTMAS, WHICH ORGANIZERS HOPE WILL
BENEFIT TWICE AS MANY SENIORS NEXT
CHRISTMAS. JEREMY BUTTERFIELD, NEWS7,
BOTETOURT COUNTY.

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GRAPHIC=Hold While some stores are counting on



big discounts to draw in sales this
holiday, one store in Roanoke County is
counting big hearts.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The Art on a Mission store inside
Tanglewood Mall carries original
paintings, furniture pieces, ornaments,
and sculptures donated by local
artists.

Each purchase goes directly to
the Rescue Mission.

For a more personal gift, you can
record a Christmas C-D at The Christmas
Studio inside the mall.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
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INQ=I've seen some




*CG 2line John Mitchell
Exclaim Records @02:18:21

JOHN MITCHELL:I'VE SEEN SOME PEOPLE ON
THE STREETS IN THE LAST WEEK, AND YOU
SEE IT'S GOT SNOW AND ICE OUTSIDE AND
THE ROANOKE RESCUE MISSION ARE FEEDING
AND FINDING A PLACE FOR THESE PEOPLE TO
SLEEP AT NIGHT.


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OQ=sleep at night.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Mitchell says all of the money--
minus the initial recording fee -- will
be donated to the Rescue Mission.

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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Up next on the newscast,

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT we'll look at the next generation of


electric cars that is quickly making a
name for itself.


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GRAPHIC=VA Legisalture State lawmakers are looking at


tough legislation to punish dog owners
whose pets injure or kill.

The move was motivated by the
March death of Dorothy Sullivan.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The 82-year-old widow was fatally


mauled by three pit bulls outside her
Fredericksburg area home.

And several Danville pit bulls
have been involved in attacks this
year.

Fatal dog attacks are not
specified under the state's involuntary
manslaughter statute.

State Senator R- Edward Houck
HOWK is introducing a law that would
add a provision to state law making
fatal attacks a felony.

(END VO) (END VO)


KIm ON CAM KIM ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD They would be punishable by up to


TEN years in prison and a fine of up to

25-hundred dollars.




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GRAPHIC=NONE Imagine test- driving a car that


can travel more than 200 miles an
hour...

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




*CG locator Tokyo, Japan

Japan's prime minister Junichi- ro
(koh-ee-zoo-mee) Koizumi got to slide
behind the wheel of a prototype
electric car called Eliica.

It rolls along not four wheels--
but EIGHT.

It's makers at a Japanese university
describe it as the world's fastest eco-
vehicle, which can reach speeds of up
to 230 miles per hour.

Eliica is powered by a lithium
battery, and produces no emissions.

But it'll likely be a long road to
travel before it can be put on the
market.


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KIMBERLY 2-SHOT KIMBERLY 2-SHOT

On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP
28 points. The NASDAQ has dropped
five.
*CG noonstox x
28
y
5

x=up y=down


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM
SPORTS MUSIC UNDER Up next in the Newscast,

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The Colts fall to the Chargers


ending their run for an undefeated
season.

That story and more when we
return.
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17 S-COLTS 1 VO NFL 6154 --
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NFL The Chargers were determined not


to allow the Colts an undefeated season
in Indy.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Indianapolis, IN
Chargers vs Colts The Colts trailed 16 to nothing :00 early in the third quarter.

But Peyton Manning rallied the
troops, firing a strike to Dallas Clark
to give the Colts their first lead at
17-16 headed to the 4th quarter.

But Manning was sacked four
times on the day, and threw 2 picks.

Michael *CG final San Diego Turner iced the win for the Bolts, 26 ripping off an 83 yard TD gallop late, Indianapolis as San Diego proves that nobody's 17 perfect with a 26-17 win.

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Redskins The Redskins beat their most


hated rival and kept their playoff
hopes alive.

And for the first time in a
decade, they completed a season sweep
of Dallas.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Landover, MD
Fox Sports The Redskins offense was in :00 gear from the get-go.

Mark Brunell threw four TD passes
on the day, including three to Chris
Cooley, jumping to a 28 nothing cushion
and never looking back. *CG final Dallas
7 The defense did the job as Washington well, sacking Drew Bledsoe seven times 35 and forcing four turnovers.

The Redskins blew out the Cowboys 35
to 7.

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ENG#=3



ANCHOR=KIMBERLY




*CG locator Baton Rouge, LA
Fox Sports In Baton Rouge, the Panthers' :00 Jake Delhomme tormented his former team
the Saints.

He rushed for a score and threw for
another, as Carolina whipped New
Orleans 27 to 10.

*CG locator Minneapolis, MN
Fox Sports And at the Metrodome, the
:00 Steelers knocked off Minnesota.



Check out former UVA tight end
Heath Miller haul in the Ben
Roethlisberger delivery and then show
off for a 50 yard Pittsburgh gain to
set up a field goal.

Antwan Randel- El turned in
a 72- yard punt return to put the
Steelers in business again, helping the
black and gold get to 9 and 5, with an
18 to 3 win over the Vikes.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Gator Bowl It was back to the practice field


for Virginia Tech.

However the Hokies received some
bad news on the injury front.

Mike Imoh will miss the Gator
Bowl, opting for surgery to correct
knee and ankle problems that have
plagued him for most of his senior
season.

He'll be missed against
Louisville, a team making an 8th
straight bowl appearance, looking for
national respect.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Frank Beamer
Hokies Head Coach
:00

RUNS=34 (END SOT)



OQ=program this is."


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ENG#=1



ANCHOR=KIMBERLY





*CG locator Durham, NC
Comcast Sports Net On to ACC Basketball.
:00 JJ Redick racked up 30 points on
9 of 15 shooting leading top ranked
Duke past Val-paraiso at Cameron Indoor
Stadium.

The Blue Devils are now 9 and 0. *CG locator Raleigh, NC
Comcast Sports Net Earlier in the day just down the
road in Raleigh, Miami and NC State
opened the ACC slate against each
other.

Cameron Bennerman scored 19
points.

Tony Bethel had 15 for the Pack, as
State beat the Hurricanes 81 to 69.

(END VO) (END VO)


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