02/20/06

News-7 at 6



KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry
JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

And I'm Jean Jadhon
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Residents of Old Southwest want
answers about a weekend murder, but
police are not saying much.

KEITH ON VO

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT


KEITH'S MIC HOT


*CG locator Roanoke

Investigators were called to an
alley between Allison and Walnut
Avenues shortly after nine o'clock
yesterday morning.

They found the body of a man who
had been shot.

The shooting victim's name has
not been released.

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DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Susan/Newsroom Susan Bahorich was in that area


today, talking with residents.

Susan, did they witness anything?

LIVE=Susan Full/Newsroom LIVE FULL

*CG standup Susan Bahorich
sbahorich@wdbj7.com Keith-

Several of the people I talked to
today didn't *see* anything, but say
they *heard* what sounded like a
gunshot at about three o'clock
yesterday morning.

Regardless, residents say this
sort of thing doesn't happen there.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



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INQ=To see someone laying...


*CG 2line Sharon Martin
Resident
:00


*CG locator Roanoke
:13




*CG 2line Jenny Jenkins

Resident
:19



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OQ=... maybe somebody's dad.



<<

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INQ= @5:29:20.00



SHARON MARTIN, RESIDENT: TO SEE SOMEONE
LAYING DEAD? YES, IT'S TOUGH.. TO KNOW
THAT HE LAID THERE ALL NIGHT.

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OQ=



Sharon Martin and Jenny Jenkins have
lived in this house on Allison Avenue
for nearly six-years.



During that time, they've never had
ANYTHING like this happen before...



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INQ= @5:19:27.00



JENNY JENKINS, RESIDENT: NEVER, NEVER,
NEVER DID I EXPECT TO COME OUT AND
BASICALLY HAVE A DEAD MAN LAYING SO
NEAR MY YARD.(:32)

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OQ=



Just feet from their property- police

found the body of a man- shot dead.



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INQ= NATS



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OQ=



In the light of day- Martin and Jenkins
wonder if there's something they could
have done to help and who this man is.



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INQ= 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.
(:56)

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OQ=



LIVE=Susan Full/Newsroom LIVE FULL



The women say the victim appeared
to be a white man dressed in winter
clothing,

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Susan/Newsroom DOUBLE BOXES but he didn't have-on any


shoes and had only one sock.

QUESITON: DO they fear for their own
safety now?

The women say they will be taking
some safety precautions and doing some

things differently -such as making sure
they lock their doors and windows.

They even talked about adding
security to the backyard and basement.

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE A Danville woman is missing and


police want your help.
TAKE WILLIAMS APRISA FULL APRISA

37-year-old Kelly Lynn William's
was last seen by her husband on
February 3rd at her home near Kentuck
Road.

Family members say Williams' left
a letter that has them worried about
her safety.

Anyone with information should
call the Danville Police Department.
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GRAPHIC=Manion A state trooper from Bath County



will be laid to rest Wednesday.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT A bullet struck and killed Kevin


Manion Saturday during a traffic stop
near Winchester.

*CG locator Clarke Co. A gun went off accidentally inside a Saturday damaged truck.

Manion's funeral will be held
Wednesday at two o'clock in the Armory
Convocation Center at Dabney Lancaster
Community College.

Manion will be buried his
hometown of Millboro Springs.

In his honor, Manion's fellow
troopers have put his patrol car on
display draped with a black mourning
band at the state police office in
Winchester.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE The murder of a woman outside a


church in Covington nearly 14 years ago
is still raising questions. And there
just aren't any answers.

Aggie Albert's body was found in

July 1992.

The killer has never been caught.

Cold Case in Monitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Alex & Keiht/BAM Alex Lawson has been researching


the case, and he has more for us
tonight. Alex?

LIVE=Alex Full from/BAM LIVE FULL

*CG standup Alex Lawson
alawson@wdbj7.com Keith, to this day, local
authorities say this case is an ongoing
investigation.

And after 14 years, the family is
ready for someone who knows something
to come forward.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



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INQ=


*CG locator Covington
July 1992
:00
*CG file Courtesy: Virginian Review
:29


*CG 2line Tammy Scruggs
Knew Aggie Albert
1:01
*CG 2line Charles Hanna
Worked with Aggie
1:23


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OQ=...happened to all of us." <

people quickly gathered outside the
Sacred Heart Catholic Church in
Covington, where a grim discovery is
remembered to this day.

(COVER HERE WITH VIDEO)

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INQ="It's always been.... 37:28"IT'S ALWAYS BEEN A CONCERN IN


THIS COMMUNITY THAT SOMEONE WAS SO
CAPABLE OF SOMETHING SO HEINOUS IS
STILL WALKING THE STREETS."37:37

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OQ=....walking the streets." That morning, a passerby discovered


Aggie's body outside the church. A
family spokesperson says Aggie had been
sexually assaulted and strangled.

Investigators, friends and family say
Aggie went out the night before, doing
what she loved to do, working at her
church.

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INQ="For her....to come 32:41"FOR HER TO COME TO THE FATE SHE


DID WAS SO IRONIC BECAUSE AGGIE WOULD
NEVER HAVE HARMED ANYONE, SHE WOULDN'T
EVEN SAY ANYTHING BAD ABOUT
ANYONE."32:51

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OQ= Tammy Scruggs says there were very few



people in town who didn't know Aggie
Albert and her personality.

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INQ="I've known Aggie.... 31:23"I'VE KNOWN AGGIE MY WHOLE LIFE.


EVERYONE KNEW AGGIE. SHE WAS OUR, I
WOULD CALL HER A CHARACTER, BUT
EVERYONE KNEW AND LOVED HER."31:33

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OQ=...and loved her." Charles Hanna worked with her at Mead


WestVaco.

He was also across the street, the
morning her body was discovered.

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INQ="Every now and then..... "57:12"EVERY NOW AND THEN THERE WILL BE


A REMINDER THAT IT DID HAPPEN. BUT
IT'S KIND OF HOPELESS. IT'S BEEN SO
LONG UNLESS SOMEONE HAD A GUILTY
CONSCIENCE AND SAID THAT I AM THE ONE
WHO DID IT, AND THEY CAN PROVE IT. I
DON'T KNOW IF THE EVIDENCE COULD LEAD
TO ANYTHING RIGHT NOW."57:25

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OQ=...anything right now." (COVER WITH VIDEO HERE)



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INQ="The injustice.... 32:56"THE INJUSTICE THAT I GUESS OF


HAPPENED TO HER WAS FELT BY EVERYONE
HERE BECAUSE IF IT HAPPENED TO HER, IT
HAPPENED TO ALL OF US."33:05

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OQ=....happened to all of us." >>



LIVE=Alex Full/BAM ALEX ON CAM



If police have a suspect or known
motive, they're not saying.

Chief J. B. Broughman referred our
questions to the Commonwealth
Attorney's Office.

The Commonwealth Attorney is Ed
Stein. He said the investigation has
had more activity in the past year than
in the previous 13, but he would not be
more specific.

If they're any closer to finding
a suspect, he would not say.
TAKE APRISA FULL SCREEN TAKE APRISA FULL SCREEN

If you think you have any
information about this case, please
call the Covington Police Department at
540-965-6332.

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Accident A deputy sheriff was involved in an


accident this afternoon, after pulling
out in front of a truck.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Traffic slowed down a bit on Brandon
Avenue, as one lane was temporarily
shut down

Roanoke Police tell us the Sheriff's
car pulled out in front of a Pennzoil
truck and was hit. No one was hurt.

At about the same time, a car trying
to exit from Route 220 onto Wonju
Street took the turn a little too fast
and ended up on the guard rail. The car
flipped and landed on its roof. The two
people were treated for minor injuries.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE It turns out you can get in


trouble playing Santa.

A burglary suspect learned that
the hard way in Wytheville this

weekend.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT He tried to break into a place


through the chimney and got stuck.

These pictures show fire and
rescue workers saving the
would-be-robber.

New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa tells us how this
bizarre burglary plan went up in smoke.

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WIPE TO SOT FULL



INQ=Firefighters are used




*CG locator Wytheville
:00


*CG 2line John Eastwood
Wytheville Fire Department
:09
*CG 2line Doug Cole
Cole's Construction
:24
*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com

:50
*CG 2line Ikey Davidson
Wytheville Fire Chief
1:11
*CG locator Wytheville Fire Dept. Photo
1:18



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OQ=News 7, Wytheville <<



(END SOT) Firefighters are used to checking out


chimneys,



NATS: two guys looking up.



but they've never had a chimney call
quite like this.



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INQ=It's one of the JOHN EASTWOOD: 54:33:00 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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OQ=like it.



It all started around 9:00 in the
morning, when the contractor,
remodeling this home stopped by,
thought he heard a noise and called the
police.




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INQ=When i opened DOUG COLE: 1:01:37:00 WHEN I OPENED THE


DOOR AND WALKED IN THE HOUSE IT SOUNDED
LIKE SOMEONE WAS SNORING IN HERE. : 41

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OQ=in here.



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INQ=They looked around JOHN EASTWOOD: 55:49":00 THEY LOOKED


AROUND DIDN'T SEE NOTHING. FOUND A
BIRD, FIGURED THAT WAS IT :54 AND THEN
:57 ABOUT 3 OR 4 HOURS LATER, THEY
HEARD HIM HOLLERING DOWN THERE AT THE
CHURCH. :01

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OQ=at the church.



TAKE MUGSHOT

People apparently heard Eric Berta
screaming for help.

END MUGSHOT



He used to work on this house and was
fired about three weeks ago.



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INQ=Fire officials RACHEL DEPOMPA: 1:10:28:00 FIRE


OFFICIALS BELIEVE BERTA ACTUALLY
CLIMBED THIS SCAFFOLDING AND GOT ONTO
THIS ROOF, THEY THINK HE WALKED ACROSS

AND GOT ON TOP OF THIS ROOF AND THEN
WENT UP THE CHIMNEY. HE WAS ACTUALLY
STUCK INSIDE THE CHIMNEY FOR OVER 13
HOURS. :40

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OQ=13 hours.



Firefighters climbed the roof, thinking
Berta was stuck at the top. The soon
realized he'd slid down 13 feet and was
at the bottom of the fireplace.



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INQ=When we pulled IKEY DAVIDSON: 58:59:00 WHEN WE PULLED


THIS OFF THERE WAS A COUPLE BRICK
MISSING HERE AND YOU COULD SEE HIS FEET
RIGHT HERE AND WE TOOK THE REST OF THE
BRICKS OUT AND SLID HIM OUT. :06

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OQ=slid him out.



INSERT PICTURE HERE OF THE GUYS LEGS
BEING PULLED OUT OF THE CHIMNEY ...
cover next bite too!

Though covered in soot, Berta was not
seriously injured.



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INQ=He was JOHN EASTWOOD: 56:50:00 HE WAS CARRYING


ON A CONVERSATION THE WHOLE TIME. COULD
TELL US HIS NAME:54


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OQ=his name END PICTURE HERE.





INSERT MUGSHOT HERE.

After a stay in the hospital, Berta was
handed over to Wytheville Police.

They charged him with Felony breaking
and entering.

END MUGSHOT HERE!!!!



Though the rescue was a success,
firefighters are still trying to figure
out how a chimney looked like the best
way to get into a house.



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INQ=THERE WAS JOHN EASTWOOD: 57:09:00 THERE WAS DOORS


AND WINDOWS ALL OVER THIS PLACE. THAT
WOULD HAVE BEEN EASIER TO GO INTO.
LAUGHS. :13

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OQ=LAUGHS.



Rachel DePompa, News 7, Wytheville. >>

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JEAN 2-Shot JEAN 2-Shot

Elementary school students on
the move.


Still ahead, why their schools
are being consolidated and how
administrators decided who goes where.

ENG#=4



VO-NAT VO-NAT


KEITH ON VO KEITH ON VO

And high school students
often consider their clothes a point of
personal expression.

So you can bet a new proposal
to make some students wear uniforms
will be controversial.

We'll tell you about it
coming up.
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ROBIN ON CAM ROBIN ON CAM



STANDING IN FRONT OF WEATHER CENTER


SCHOOLTOUCH/FULL School delays for Tuesday







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KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

Most agree Virginia's roads
need a lot of work.


ENG#=1



VO-NAT VO-NAT


JEAN ON VO JEAN ON VO

But will the general
assembly plans to fix them end up as
gridlocked as the highways themselves?

We'll get a live report
from the capitol coming up.
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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Martinsville school officials say

EDUCATION 7 ANIMATION they want to hear from parents on plans
to combine the city's elementary
schools.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Martinsville

Starting this Fall, there will
only be TWO elementary schools, with
grades Kindergarten through five.

Right now, the city's THREE

elementary schools are broken up into
grades K-through-two and
three-through-five. The plan is to
place about 600-students at Albert
Harris, and about 400 at Patrick Henry,
which is now being renovated.

School officials say they
considered things like transportation
and class size, when they decided who
would go where.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
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INQ=BUT WE WERE




*CG 2line Scott Kizner
Martinsville School Superintendent 14:32 SCOTT KIZNER/MARTINSVILLE SCHOOLS
SUPERINTENDENT: BUT WE WERE ALSO VERY
SENSITIVE DEMOGRAPHICS. WE WANT TO MAKE
SURE WE HAD BETTER RACIAL
REPRESENTATION AND ECONOMIC
REPRESENTATION 39

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OQ=ECONOMIC REPRESENTATION





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Parents can find out more about
the proposed attendance zones during a
public hearing tonight at seven o'clock
at the high school.


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Some students come to school


wearing pajamas ... others wear clothes
that look more like lingerie.

And teachers say they spend too
much time being the fashion police.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lynchburg

So faculty, parents and students
at E.C. Glass High School will have a
chance tonight to give their opinions
on school uniforms.

Glass is considering whether
uniforms or a stricter dress code will
help curb the problem.
JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Tonight's forum starts at 7:30 in


the Glass cafeteria.

The Lynchburg school board has the
final say on any changes.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE The governor and legislature


agree addressing Virginia's
transportation system is a priority
this year.

But the vehicles for achieving
the goal are miles apart.
STATE CAPITOL ANIMATION STATE CAPITOL ANIMATION

Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon has more on the next step in
tonight's State Capitol Report.

LIVE=Jennifer Full/State micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com


*CG live Richmond

Keith, now that all the plans are
on the table lawmakers have to start
thinking "compromise."

A task that could end up
gridlocked with less than 20- days left
in the session.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



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INQ=





*CG locator Richmond
:00






*CG 2line Del. Ward Armstrong

(D) Martinsville


:09




*CG 2line Del. Vince Callahan

(R) McLean


:45


*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine
1:07




*CG 2line Sen. Charles Hawkins

(R) Chatham


1:49





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OQ= EDUCATION, HEALTH CARE, HUMAN <
SERVICES, PUBLIC SAFETY virginia this weekend to visit the
national zoo (19:58 panda), Delegate
Ward Armstrong was ready to talk
transportation.


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INQ=I came to the 22:25 DEL. WARD ARMSTRONG: I CAME TO


THE CONCLUSION SUNDAY NIGHT MISTER
SPEAKER THAT THE TRANSPORTATION
PROBLEMS FACING THIS COMMONWEALTH ARE
NOTHING SHORT OF HORRENDOUS.

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OQ=short of horendous. Armstrong fears the House plan,


which raises about two billion dollars
over the next four years will barely
scratch the surface of what's needed.

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INQ=Oh, but we say it's 23:34 DEL. WARD ARMSTRONG: OH, BUT WE


SAY IT'S THE BEST THAT WE CAN DO. NO,
MISTER SPEAKER UNFORTUNATELY ON THIS
FLOOR A LOT OF TIMES WE DO THE LEAST
THAT WE CAN DO BECAUSE THE BEST THAT WE
CAN DO IS POLITICALLY RISKY.

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OQ=politically risky. Words that stirred the usually


soft- spoken chairman of the
Appropriations Committee.

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INQ=We're doing everything 35:58 DEL. VINCE CALLAHAN: WE'RE DOING


EVERYTHING THAT CAN BE DONE UNDER THE
CIRCUMSTANCES. WE'RE DOING THE BEST
THAT WE CAN DO AND THAT'S THE BEST YOU
CAN ASK OF ANYBODY.

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OQ=can ask of anybody. Some rural delegates have


criticized the house plan.

That's because districts would
loose money for construction over the
next four years.

The Lynchburg District would
loose 8.2 million. The Salem District
about 11- million.

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INQ=I want to solve 7:03:09 GOV. TIM KAINE: I WANT TO


SOLVE NORTHERN VIRGINIA AND HAMPTON
ROADS AND I PUT A PROPOSAL ON THE TABLE
THAT I THINK WILL HELP US DO THAT BUT I
DIDN'T PROPOSE TO SOLVE IT BY TAKING
MONEY OUT OF THE RURAL PARTS OF THE
STATE. THEY HAVE TRANSPORTATION NEEDS
TOO.

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OQ=transportation needs too. House Republicans use general


fund moneys, debt, and fees to fund
their plan.

Leader say they won't endorse any
plan that raises taxes- something they
call unnecessary-- with tax hikes of
two years ago still fresh.

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INQ=We're looking at 6:40:57 SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS: WE'RE


LOOKING AT A CRISIS IN THE FAIRLY NEAR
FUTURE.


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OQ=near future. Senator Charles Hawkins, who


helped develop the Senate plan says the
final package must have a way to tax
out of state drivers, and a billion new
dollars a year- that's non- general
fund money that does not include debt.

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INQ=Remember, when you put 6:44:14 SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS:


REMEMBER, WHEN YOU PUT TRANSPORTATION
TO COMPETE WITH GENERAL FUNDS IT'S
COMPETING WITH EDUCATION, HEALTH CARE,
HUMAN SERVICES, PUBLIC SAFETY.

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OQ=human services, public safety.





LIVE=Jennifer Full/State Micro LIVE FULL

*CG live Richmond

Governor Kaine says leaders from
both sides are ready to start talking.

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micro Keith, it's a process that will
obviously take a while.



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You can find more of
Jennifer's stories from the state
capitol on our webpage at
wdbj7-dot-com.
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GRAPHIC=None Coming up tonight in sports -


it's a good weekend for southwest
Virginia as one man sets the all-time
scoring mark at Duke.

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VO-NAT and another steps in and leads


his team to a win in the Daytona 500.

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GRAPHIC=REDICK J.J. Redick and the Duke Blue


Devils have returned to the number one
spot in the nation in the new college
basketball polls that are out today.

Last night J.J. also moved into
the number one spot on the Duke's
career scoring list as he passed Johnny
Dawkins scoring his 2,557th point.

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*CG 2line J. J. Redick
Duke's All-Time Leading Scorer
:00





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GRAPHIC=REDICK J.J. will now try to break the


ACC's all-time scoring mark set in 1953
by Wake Forest's Dickie Hemric. J.J.
needs 30 to break it.
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GRAPHIC=High School High School basketball regional


play tips off tonight around the state
and every team is looking to make a run
to Richmond and bring home a State
Championship. For Lewis Witcher and
the rest of the Franklin County Eagles
getting to the state tournament has
been the goal since their season ended
a year ago when they lost in overtime
in the Regional Semi-finals.

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Franklin Co. Senior
:00
*CG 2line Doug Conklin
Franklin Co. Head Coach
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*CG locator Rocky Mount

This Season The Franklin County Girls won the
Western Valley District and for their
play this season, Head Coach Lisa Black
earned coach of the year honors and
Eagles Senior P.J. Wade was named the
District Player of the year. Franklin
County hosts Woodbridge Tuesday Night
at 7 in Regional Play.

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GRAPHIC=Nextel Jimmie Johnson won his first


Daytona 5-hundred Championship by
holding off the field in a
Green-White-Checker finish. With
Johnson's victory, it made a winner out
of Floyd County native Darian Grubb in
his first try as a crew chief. With
his driver sitting out front late in
the race, the butterflies were minimal
for the Virginia Tech Grad.

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GRAPHIC=VIRGINIA On the college football front -


there's a little more clarity
concerning the the Ahmad Brooks'
situation tonight.

Friday there were conflicting
reports coming out of Charlottesville
concerning the future of Cavaliers'
linebacker.

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*CG locator Charlottesville
:00 This afternoon a report in the
Cavalier Daily - the UVa student
newspaper - 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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GRAPHIC=HOLD UVA Also, today UVa hired Steve


Bernstein to coach the secondary -
filling their last vacancy. He's been
coaching for 37 years and he was an
assistant at Tech from 1978 -through
1984 on Bill Dooley's staff.