02/20/06

News 7 at 5



CAPTION:SW Murder

Police say a body found yesterday
morning is Roanoke's latest murder
victim.


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CAPTION: Snowy Start

The snow moved through quickly this
morning. Mild condiitions will follow
tomorrow.


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CAPTION: Doping Raid

D'Agata Standup (Use the Whole Thing)


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CAPTION: Not Santa

Plus an alleged robber spends most of a
day stuck in a chimney.
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*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com
*CG 304


*CG standup Mike Stevens

mstevens@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=Mine Explosion In Mexico dozens of miners are


trapped underground and tonight the
frantic search to reach them goes on-
more than 24 hours after a gas
explosion.

But as Aleen Sirgany reports, no
one is giving up hope.

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*CG locator San Juan Sabinas, Mexico
*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
CBS News



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(END SOT) IT'S A RACE AGAINST TIME -- AT A MINE


IN SAN JUAN SABINAS MEXICO.

SIXTY-FIVE MINERS HAVE BEEN TRAPPED
UNDERGROUND FOR MORE THAN A DAY AFTER A
MASSIVE EXPLOSION. RESCUE TEAMS ARE
USING PICKS AND SHOVELS, TRYING TO
CLEAR A HUGE PILE OF DEBRIS . THEY'RE

TAKING EVERY PRECAUTION WHILE USING
ELECTRIC TOOLS NOT TO CAUSE A SPARK AND
IGNITE THE CLOUDS OF TOXIC GAS STILL
SWIRLING AT THE MINE'S ENTRANCE.

THE MAN LEADING THE RESCUE EFFORT SAYS
-- THE ODDS ARE AGAINST THEM. THE
MINERS HAVE BEEN UNDERGROUND FOR MORE
THAN 24-HOURS. AND EACH OF THEM WAS
CARRYING JUST 6-HOURS OF EXTRA OXYGEN.
AS AMBULANCES WAIT NEARBY -- THE
MINERS' FAMILIES CONTINUE THEIR
VIGIL... PRAYING FOR A MIRACLE... BUT
BECOMING MORE DESPERATE WITH EACH
PASSING MOMENT.

THEY SUPPOSEDLY HAVE AIR BUT WHO KNOWS,
THIS WOMAN SAYS. IT IS GOING VERY
SLOWLY.

SEVEN OTHER WORKERS ARE RECOVERING FROM
BURNS AND BROKEN BONES -- THEY WERE
NEAR THE MINE'S ENTRANCE WHEN THE
EXPLOSION HAPPENED.

Aleen Sirgany / CBS NEWS: "the miners'
union -- and their families say, there
have been safety problems at this mine
for years. But, the company that owns
it denies those allegations. And the
Mexican government found no problems
during a routine inspection, earlier
this month. Aleen Sirgany, CBS News,

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GRAPHIC=None U-S Marines are helping search for


any sign of life in the wake of a
massive mudslide in the Phillipines.

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*CG locator Guinsaugon, Philippines

So far 72 bodies have been pulled
from the mud but 913 villagers are
still missing.

On Friday, a mountainside
collapsed onto the village of 18
thousand people entombing it in mud.

Rescue workers from the U-S,
Taiwan and Malaysia have battled deep,
shifting mud and steady rain.

They're focusing on a school packed
with more than 250 children and staff
when the landslide happened.

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GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation Roanoke police are releasing


little information, but residents of
Old Southwest want answers about a
weekend murder.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Sunday, a man was found dead in
the alley between the 600-block of
Allison and Walnut Avenues.

Neighbors say it's a quiet
neighborhood, but they heard what
sounded like a gunshot around three
o'clock that morning.

It wasn't until nine that police
responded to the scene.

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INQ=I just want them...




*CG 2line Sharon Martin
Resident 5:31:39.00***

SHARON MARTIN, RESIDENT: I JUST WANT
THEM TO FIND OUT WHO HE WAS AND .. YOU
KNOW CAUSE HE WAS SOMEBODY'S FRIEND,
SOMEBODY'S SON. MAYBE SOMEBODY'S DAD.
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Coming up tonight on News7 at
six, we'll hear how this shooting is
affecting residents and we'll hear from
one woman who heard the gunshot who
says she'll be taking extra safety
precautions.

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GRAPHIC=School Info Four school systems are opening late


tomorrow due to the weather.
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Classes will begin two hours late in
Carroll, Patrick, Smyth and Tazewell
Counties on Tuesday.

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GRAPHIC=None Police in Wytheville say a man


who got stuck in a chimney over the
weekend was actually trying to rob the
place.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Wytheville

Eric Berta was stuck in a flue at
a construction site for more than 13
hours on Saturday.

Firefighters had to cut away
bricks and pull him out by his feet.


They say Berta was extremely cold
but not seriously injured.

Several firefighters told News 7
this was the most bizarre rescue
they've ever performed.

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*CG 2line John Eastwood
Wytheville Fire Department JOHN EASTWOOD: 54:26:00 HE WAS DOWN IN :00 THERE 13 FEET WHEN WE TOOK A
MEASUREMENT TO TRY TO FIGURE OUT WHERE
HE WAS AT. :31 :33 IT'S ONE OF THE
DERNEST THINGS I'VE EVER SEEN IN 22
YEARS OF FIREFIGHTING. :37.. LAUGHS.
I'VE NEVER SEEN NOTHING LIKE IT. :39

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Berta was actually fired by the
construction company remodeling this
house a few weeks ago.

Police believe he was trying to
steal tools.

He's been charged with felony
breaking and entering.

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GRAPHIC=Olympics Some drama at the Olympics involving


Austria's team.

It started with a doping raid on the
athletes.. and ended with a banned ski
coach crashing his car while running
from authorities.

Charlie D'Agata has the latest from
Torino.

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*CG 2line Gisellle Davies
IOC Communications Director
:19


*CG 2line Charlie D'Agata
CBS News
:51


*CG 2line Dick Pound
World Anti-Doping Agency Chairman

1:11



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(END SOT) When banned Austrian ski coach Walter


Mayer crashed into a police

roadblock after he fled across the
Italian border on Sunday, it was the

latest dramatic event in just 24 hours.
On Saturday, Mayer touched off

the FIRST EVER anti-doping raid by
police on Olympic athletes.



SOT: Gisellle Davies, Communications


Director, IOC

The IOC fulfilled its resposibiltity
last night to conduct anti-doping

controls on athletes who might have
been under his influence.



Italian police raided the Austrian
teams' lodgings, waking up skiers

and biathletes..taking them for drug
tests, hours before some were due

to compete. Blood analysis equipment
and hundreds of syringes were

seized. One athlete threw a bag
containing needles and medication out

a window, while Mayer left the scene in

a minivan.



D'Agata Bridge: CHARLIE
D'AGATA/PRAGELATO, ITALY

The raids here in Italy were triggered
by Mayer's mere presence at the

games. He was banned from the Olympics
following a blood-doping case at

the 2002 games in Salt Lake City, where
he was alleged to have performed

blood transfusions.



Austrian officials say they had severed
all ties with Mayer, that he was

in Italy in a private capacity and had
no official connection to the

team. But they admit he did spend at
least one night with the skiers.



SOT: Dick Pound, Chairman, World


Anti-Doping Agency

I do think the message is that the
sportsmen and the public authorities

are prepared to work together and can
work together to try and keep the

competions clean. 1:52:28



Test results are pending for the
athletes and the materials confiscated


in the raid. Against the backdrop of
the most stringent drug controls

in Winter Games' history, Mayer is
being investigated by the Italians,

who treat doping as a criminal
offense..



Charlie D'AGata, CBS News, Torino,
Italy





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CAM Up next on the newscast,

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VO-NAT it sounds far fetched but some doctors


believe obesity may be caused by a
virus. We'll tell you why in our
Heatlhcheck7 report.

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GRAPHIC=None The Blue Ridge Mountains will


serve as the backdrop for a national
competition this Fall.

Today, local leaders announced
they've landed the U-S Challenge, an
event that will bring teams from
leading corporations to the Roanoke
Valley.

Joe Dashiell has more on what's
involved, and how the Roanoke Valley
will benefit.

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*CG file US Challenge Video
:00


*CG 2line Andrew Finan
Challenger World Director
27 quick
*CG locator Roanoke
:35 quick



*CG 2line Pete Haislip
Sports Marketing Committee
:45






*CG reporter Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com
:56







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OQ=JD News 7 Roanoke < (END SOT) hosted the U-S Challenge in 2005, and a


promotional video shows the teams
competing in a variety of adventure
sports.

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INQ= US CHALLENGE VIDEO: THINKING ON YOUR


FEET IS WHAT CHALLENGER WORLD EVENTS
ARE ALL ABOUT. AND THE 2006 US
CHALLENGE IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY OF
VIRGINIA IS SET TO BE AN UNFORGETTABLE
ADVENTURE IN ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST
STUNNING LOCATIONS.

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OQ= But organizers say it's more than



an athletic competition.

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INQ= ANDREW FINAN/US CHALLENGE: YOU CAN


ARRIVE AS THE FOUR FITTEST PEOPLE IN
THE WORLD AND COME NO WHERE IF YOU'RE
NOT THINKING SMARTLY COMMUNICATING AND
WORKING AS A TEAM.

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OQ= Roanoke Valley leaders who came


together to bid for the event, believe
it will showcase the region to major
corporations that participate, and an
international television audience.

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INQ= PETE HAISLIP/SPORTS MARKETING


COMMITTEE: SO ONE WE PROMOTE IT AS A
DESINTATION FOR OUTFDOOR RECREATION,
AND TWO THE TYPES OF CORPORATIONS THAT
WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN THE US
CHALLENGE WILL BE THE WHO'S WHO OF THE
WORLD.

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OQ= Local governments put up 60-


thousand dollars in cash, and 40-
thousand of in-kind contributions to
land the U-S Challenge.

But officials say they are
confident the Roanoke Valley will be a
winner when the teams cross the finish

line this Fall.

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GRAPHIC=Healthcheck As the obesity epidemic rages on in


this country scientists are trying to
figure out why so many people are
overweight.
ROLL HEALTHCHECK ANIMATION ROLL HEALTHCHECK ANIMATION

Well would you believe that person can
catch obesity like the common cold?

In this Healthcheck7 report, Doctor
Sean Kenniff tells us scientists are
starting to find it's possible.

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*CG 2line Dr. Nikhil Dhurandhar

Pennington Biomedical
1:34


*CG 2line Dr. Sean Kenniff
CBS News
:34


*CG 2line Dr. Tom Bass
Obesity Doctor
1:21



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OBESITY IN U-S ADULTS HAS DOUBLED IN
THE PAST THREE DECADES, AND TRIPLED

IN OUR CHILDREN.

IT'S ALMOST AS IF THE PROBLEM IS
CONTAGIOUS - AND NEW RESEARCH IS

SHOWING THAT JUST MIGHT BE THE CASE.



(nats)

DOCTOR NIKHIL DHURANDHAR HAS BEEN
STUDYING A HUMAN VIRUS SIMILAR TO THE

COMMON COLD CALLED ADENOVIRUS-36.

HE FOUND CHICKENS AND OTHER ANIMALS
INFECTED WITH IT BECAME OVERWEIGHT.



(SOT- Dr. Nikhil Dhurandhar/Pennington



Biomedical)

"we saw every single time the infected
animals get a lot--- more fat."





SO IS THIS COMMON VIRUS HAVING THE SAME
EFFECT IN HUMANS?



(SOT - Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami,


FL)

It's not as crazy as it sounds. We've
known for a while that other

viruses--like HIV, or Epstein Barr--can
cause a dramatic loss of body

weight.

So it would make sense that others can
make us gain weight.



(gfx)

DOCTOR DHURANDHAR TOOK 5-HUNDRED BLOOD
SAMPLES FROM BOTH LEAN AND OBESE

PEOPLE.

HE FOUND 30 PERCENT OF OBESE PEOPLE
TESTED POSITIVE FOR THE INFECTION,

WHILE ONLY 11% OF LEAN PEOPLE DID.



(SOT- Dr. Nikhil Dhurandhar/Pennington


Biomedical)

"The antibody positive subjects had
significantly greater body weight."




AND OTHER SCIENTISTS BELIEVE THEY HAVE
FOUND 'OTHER' VIRUSES WITH A

SIMILAR EFFECT.

BUT THE RESEARCH IS ONGOING.

IT'S NOT YET KNOWN HOW THE VIRUS MAY
CAUSE WEIGHT GAIN.... OR HOW

SIGNIFICANT OF A ROLE IT PLAYS IN
OBESITY.

HOWEVER, THE DISCOVERY HAS CAUGHT THE
ATTENTION OF OBESITY DOCTORS.



(SOT- Dr. Tom Bass/Memorial Regional


Hospital)

"I would say fascinating stuff,
probably raises more questions today

than it answers."



IF SOME OF THOSE QUESTIONS CAN BE
ANSWERED IT COULD ONE DAY CHANGE THE

WAY WE TREAT OBESITY.

DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.



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This morning's snow didn't cause too

many problems, but meteorologist Robin
Reed says we may have more coming up
this week. We'll hear from him next.

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VO-NAT Then a little bit later, we'll look


at the mystery surrounding who has and
hasn't come forward to claim a record
lottery jackpot.

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GRAPHIC=Katrina Recovery This is the time of year when New


Orleans is usually in high-gear getting
ready for Mardi Gras.

But with the Katrina disaster just 6
months old, any celebrating is
bitter-sweet.

Drew Levinson has more.

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*CG locator New Orleans, LA
*CG 2line Bill Reilly
Visitor


*CG 2line Drew Levinson
CBS News


*CG 2line Mary Carey
Resident


*CG 2line Karen Conner
Visitor



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(END SOT) (LOCATOR: NEW ORLEANS, LA)





(NATSOUND PARADE)

The question wasif they had itwould
they come?

Well the Mardi Gras celebrations have
begun and the tourists have

started arrivinghere to
celebrate---here to party and here to


see

something theyve never seen before.



(NATSOUND: 5:06 )

MY NAME IS ALAN I WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME

YOU GUYS TO THE GRAYLINE

HURRICANE KATRINA TOUR.



For 35 dollarstheyre hopping on buses
to see what Katrina wrought.



(NATSOUND: 11:39 )

ALL OF THIS DEBRIS HAS BEEN REMOVED
FROM THESE NEIGHBORHOODS



Neighborhoodsmostly never seen by
out-of-towners---are now main street



disaster attractions.

What were once scenic drives are now
highways to hell.



(NATSOUD: 11:55 )

SO IF YOU SEE A NUMBER THAT MEANS THERE
WAS A DECEASED PERSON IN THAT

HOME.



After viewing the devastation on TV for
months--Bill Reilly came from

Chicago to see it for himself.



(SOT: BILL REILLY/VISITOR 20:31)



WE WANTED TO SEE HOW MUCH OF THE CITY
HAD BEEN DESTROYED, HOW MUCH

DESTRUCTION THERE WAS.




(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON/NEW ORLEANS
34:05)

THERE ARE SOME PEOPLE LIVING HERE WHO
LOOK AT THESE TOURS AS TAKING

ADVANTAGEPROFITTING OFF OF THEIR
MISERY.



Mary Careywatches everyday as the buses
go by.she understands some of

her neighbors frustrations.



(SOT: MARY CAREY/NEW ORLEANS RESIDENT


31:14)



NO DOUBT THE BUSLINE IS MAKING A
PROFIT, BUT I DONT KNOW IF IT IS SO

MUCH MAKING A PROFIT OFF OF MISERY OR A
CASE OF GETTING PEOPLE EDUCATED

ON WHAT IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING DOWN HERE
AND MAYBE GET SOME MORE

ASSISTANCE.



Grayline stresses part of the ticket
sales are donated to rebuilding New

Orleans.

It adds since its employees lost their
homesthe company is operating

with quotethe utmost sensitivity.




(SOT: JIM F1:18)



WE DECIDED TO DO THIS TOUR BECAUSE THIS
IS A DEFINING MOMENT OF NEW

ORLEANS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY.



Karen Conner agreesand for her
familythis is history 101.



(SOT: 21:27)



I THINK THAT IT IS IMPORTANT TO SHARE
WITH MY FAMILY AND MY CHILDREN.

THIS IS GOING IN THE HISTORY BOOKS SOME
DAY.



It already is in the history
books---Americas greatest Natural



Catastropheon tour for all to see.

Drew Levinson, CBS News, New Orleans.

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Mike Stevens says we know more about
the trouble facing U-V-A linebacker
Ahmad Brooks. He'll join us after the
break.

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VO-NAT But first, one of broadcasting's best


loved announcers has died. We'll
remember Curt Gowdy next.

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GRAPHIC=None A loss in the sports world


tonight..

ENG#=1 VO-NAT 20



VO-NAT Longtime sportscaster Curt Gowdy


died Monday-after a long battle with
leukemia.

Gowdy made his broadcasting
debut in 1944 and went on to call the
first superbowl in 1967 as well as 13
World Series and 16 all star games.

In 1951 Gowdy became the main play
by play voice on the Red Sox Broadcast
Team.


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SOT FULL 11



INQ=HE PLAYED THE BALLGAME HE PLAYED THE BALLGAME HE RAN TO THE


DUG OUT AND THAT WAS THE LAST WE SA

HERE HE IS TED WILLIAMS APPLAUSE.



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OQ=tED WILLIAMS APPLAUSE.





VO-NAT VO-NAT 07 plus



Gowdy passed away at his winter
home in Palm Beach Florida surrounded
by his family. He was 86 years old.

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You can learn more about the career
of Curt Gowdy on the official Boston
Red Sox web page. You can find that
through a link to our page at
WDBJ7-dot-com. Just click on Websites
in the news.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody and


welcome to the Monday ticker.

We get things started with a
little recap of last night's finish at
Daytona.

The First race of the 2006 Nascar
Season is in the books and the most
unlikely of winners Jimmie Johnson
prevailed to capture his first Daytona
5-hundred.

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*CG locator Daytona, FL
Yesterday Johnson took the 48 car to
victory lane after leading the final 14
laps. He held off the field in a
Green-White-Checker finish. The man

leading Johnson's team was Darian
Grubb. The Floyd County native was
filling in for Chad Knaus who was
tossed out of Daytona for cheating
during qualifying. Grubb is now 1 for
1 in winning races as a crew chief.

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*CG 2line Darian Grubb
Johnson's Crew Chief from Floyd
:00


*CG 2line Jimmie Johnson
Won his first Daytona 500
:18





ANCHOR ON CAM

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OQ=best decision.




ANCHOR ON CAM The Cup cars now head to
Califorina for the Auto Club 5-hundred
and Grubb may be the man in charge
again, it is expected that NASCAR will
suspend Knaus for an additional 3
races.


By the way Grubb not only is from
Floyd, but he graduated from Virginia
Tech and really cut his teeth at the
old New River Valley Speedway working
on Jeff Agnew's crew.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Friday afternoon there were


conflicting reports coming out of
Charlottesville conerning the future of
Cavaliers' linebacker Ahmad Brooks.

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*CG locator Charlottesville
:00 This afternooon a report in the
Cavalier Daily - the UVa student
newspaper clears some of the confusion
up for us.

The report says that Brooks
failed a drug test within the past two
weeks and that Al Groh has told the
team that Brooks will not take part in
spring practice.


However, Brooks status with the
Cavaliers for the fall apparently has
not been determined.

Last Friday - a story on Rivals
dot com said Brooks had been dismissed
from the team, but UVa responded by
saying he had not.

Brooks was an all-American in
2004, but played in just six games last
year due knee, ankle and back injuries.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM On the NFL front there also


appear to be some problems for
Dolphins' running back Ricky Williams.

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The Miami Herald says Williams
has tested positive for drug use. If
it's true, Williams faces at least a
one-year suspension from the NFL.

This would be Williams' fourth
violation. He tested positive for
marijuana use three previous times. If

Williams is suspended, he remains
property of the Dolphins and his
contract will not run out while he is
serving the suspension.

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MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM Coming up at the top of the hour


- we'll hit the hardwood and check in
with J.J. Redick and some of the high
school teams getting ready to begin
regional play.

Take care everybody. Jean will
be right back in a moment.

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None There is still no word on who won


saturdays record Powerball jacket.

One lucky winning ticket is floating
around out there.

As Jennifer Miller tells us, it was
purchased at a store in Lincoln,
Nebraska.


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:00


*CG 2line Tom Johnson
Nebraska Lottery Spokesman
:31


*CG 2line Tyler Wolkenhauer
Lincoln Resident
:44 QUICK


*CG 2line Jennifer Miller
Lincoln, NB
:48



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AT THIS U-STOP CONVENIENCE STORE IN
LINCOLN NEBRASKA A LITTLE BIT OF

LUCK GOES A LONG WAY.



THE STORE SOLD THE WINNING POWERBALL
TICKET IT WAS A QUICKPICK WORTH


365 MILLION DOLLARS THE NATIONS
BIGGEST POWERBALL PRIZE EVER.



Diana Nasseff/Clerk

"Im excited, I couldnt sleep last
night."





THERE IS ONLY ONE WINNING TICKET, BUT
BY AFTERNOON AT LEAST TWO JOKERS

HAD CALLED THE STORE TO CLAIM THE
PRIZE. THE FIRST CALL CAME FROM A

DENVER RADIO STATION AND SEEMED PRETTY
CONVINCING.



TOM JOHNSON/NEBRASKA LOTTERY SPOKESMAN



"HE KNEW LITTLE THINGS THAT WENT ON IN
THE STORE AT THAT PARTICULAR

TIME, HE DESCRIBED THE CLERKS, WHAT WAS
HAPPENING."



IT TURNED OUT TO BE A HOAX PERHAPS,
OFFICIALS SAY, STEMMING FROM A

LONGTIME RIVALRY BETWEEN COLORADO AND
NEBRASKA FOOTBALL FANS.





TYLER WOLKENHAUER/LINCOLN RESIDENT


"We play each other every year and
Nebraska always wins, so theyre

upset about that."



STANDUP BRIDGE: MILLER/LINCOLN,
NEBRASKA

LOTTERY OFFICIALS SAY THE REAL WINNING
TICKET WAS PURCHASED FRIDAY

AFTERNOON. ACCORDING TO SURVEILLANCE
CAMERAS THE WINNER IS PROBABLY ONE

OF FIVE PEOPLE WHO WERE STANDING AT THE
COUNTER THERE WERE FOUR MEN

AND ONE WOMAN.





Paige Moser/Lincoln RESIDENT

"Exciting I would buy a house."



WHOEVER DID WIN BEAT STAGGERING ODDS
HAVING ONLY ONE IN MORE THAN

146 MILLION CHANCES. BY CHOOSING THE
CASH OPTION, THE WINNER OR

WINNERS WILL WALK AWAY WITH NEARLY
125-MILLION DOLLARS AFTER TAXES.

THE OTHER OPTION PAYS OUT 365-MILLION
DOLLARS OVER 30 YEARS.



JENNIFER MILLER CBS NEWS, LINCOLN NE.

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