02/22/06

News 7 at 5


HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION:Arrested

Police in Salem arrest two suspects in
a recent string of robberies.


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Warming Up

After a quick shot of snow today,
temperatures are on the upswing for the
rest of the week.


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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4




CAPTION: Big Winners

Plus eight co-workers come forward to
pick up the proceeds from a record
lottery jackpot.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 at 5




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


*CG standup Mike Stevens

mstevens@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=None Several robberies all within a


ferw weeks in Salem.. Tonight, Salem
police say they've arrested two people
in connection with those robberies.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT 21-year-old Anthony Zachary


Jackson of Salem has been charged with
FOUR counts of robbery.
*CG locator Salem Salem Locator
January 19 Police have also charged a
16-year-old male.

The first robbery occurred
January 15th when a Dominos Pizza
delivery driver was sprayed with a fire
extinguisher.
*CG file February 2 FEBRUARY 2 SUPER

The others happened at the Food
Lion on Apperson Drive and Advance Auto
Parts on Electric Road.

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GRAPHIC=None Coming up tonight on News 7 at


Six, we will have reaction from the
woman who was sprayed.

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GRAPHIC=None A 17-year-old Halifax County


student has died from bacterial
meningitis, but health officials and
educators believe it was an isolated
case.

The teenage boy was brought to the
hospital early Tuesday and died a few
hours later.

Tests today showed he died from
bacterial meningitis, and people who
have been in close contact with him are
getting preventative treatment.

School officials sent letters home
today asking parents to be on the
lookout for symptoms in their children.
We'll tell you what some of the
symptoms are at six.

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GRAPHIC=Manion Hundreds turned out for the funeral


today of a state trooper killed in the
line of duty.

The service was held this afternoon

at the Dabney Lancester Community
College in Clifton Forge.

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*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com


*CG live Clifton Forge



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*CG locator Clifton Forge
:00


*CG locator Clarke Co.
:35


*CG 2line Col. Steve Flaherty
State Police Superintendent
:44





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GRAPHIC=None Some parents in Montgomery County


think their children's schools are
unsafe.

So they want the School Board to
build three new schools.
ROLL EDUCATION BANNER ROLL EDUCATION BANNER

In this Education7 report, New
River Valley Bureau Reporter Holly
Pietrzak explains the problem with the
facilities and finds out where the
money might come from.

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INQ=old buildings




*CG locator Montgomery Co.
:00


*CG 2line Nicole Ziegler

Parent
:11
*CG 2line Wanda East
Parent
:22
*CG standup Holly Pietrzak
hollyp@wdbj7.com
:38
*CG 2line Jim Politis
Montgomery Co. Bd. of Supervisors
1:01



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OQ=Holly Pietrzak, News 7, Montgomery << Old buildings..overcrowding...too

County. many mobile units at schools....these
(END SOT) are some of the problems parents


expressed at the school board meeting
last night.

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INQ=It is still NICOLE ZIEGLER, PARENT



03:15:24 IT IS STILL VERY DANGEROUS FOR
OUR CHILDREN TO COMMUTE FROM THE MOBILE
UNIT INTO THE SCHOOL . AN ADULT CANNOT
ESCORT EVERY CHILD AND THAT IMMEDIATELY
BECOMES A SAFETY ISSUE. 03:15:32

RUN:08 (END SOT)



OQ=safety issue



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INQ=we've been on WANDA EAST, PARENT




03:04:56 WE'VE BEEN ON THE LIST FOR SO
LONG THAT I AM REALLY CONCERNED THAT
WE'RE GOING TO GET DROPPED TOO. I
KNOW THAT AUBURN AND PRICES FORK AND
ALL OF US HAVE GREAT NEED AND WE NEED
YOU TO TRY TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO MEET
ALL THESE NEEDS SOMEHOW. 03:05:11

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OQ=needs somehow



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INQ=Elliston-Lafayette is HOLLY PIETRZAK, STANDUP



01:41:48 ELLISTON-LAFAYETTE ELEMENTARY
IS ONE OF THREE BUILDINGS PARENTS IN
MONTGOMERY COUNTY SAY EITHER NEED MAJOR
RENOVATIONS OR A BRAND NEW BUILDING.
01:41:57

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OQ=or rebuilt



The other two schools board
members and parents agree are in bad
shape are Auburn Middle and Prices Fork
Elementary.

But with limited finances which
school gets priority?

Jim Politis is on the County's
Board of Supervisors and he's hoping
all three schools can be built at once.



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INQ=financially we're JIM POLITIS, MONTGOMERY CO. BOARD OF


SUPERVISORS

01:32:38 FINANCIALLY WE'RE TALKING
BETWEEN THE THREE SCHOOLS PROBABLY
CLOSE TO 50 MILLION DOLLARS....A LITTLE
OVER. 01:32:44

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OQ=little over



Politis says the Board of
Supervisors is looking into possibly
placing a bond referendum on the
November ballot.

Holly Pietrzak, News 7,
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GRAPHIC=None At least one school will be going


late tomorrow.
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Tazewell County schools will go two
hours late on Thursday.

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GRAPHIC=None The mystery is finally over.



We now know who won the biggest
powerball jackpot in history.. 8 lucky
co-workers. No, it wasn't a News 7
group.. but a crowd of co-workers from
Nebraska.

Jennifer Miller has more.

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INQ=




*CG locator Lincoln, NE
:00

*CG standup Jennifer Miller
CBS News
:50



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OQ=News 7. < (END SOT) winners...all clutching their own


personal checks for a staggering 22
point one million dollars.

David Gehle/Powerball co-winner

"it hasn't sunk in yet."

But it will....eventually.

Michael Terpstra/Pwerball co-winner

"I actually haven't had much trouble
sleeping, I've been able to sleep, I
can't eat"...laughter...



After 4 days of secrecy....the seven
men and one woman...all workers at a
Nebraska meat processing plant... came
forward to collect their share of $365
million dollars.. The biggest powerbal
payout in history.



sot: Eric Zornes/Powerball co-winner


(11:49:15)

"I've been retired for 4 days now."



sot: Chasity Rutjens/Powerball



co-winner (12:01:01)

"Big dream of course, I always think
not having to work any more, but it's a
lot different when it happens."



(standup bridge)MILLER/LINCOLN,
NEBRASKA

The diverse group...including two
refugees from Vietnam... all agreed to
take the lump sum payout...a cool 124
point 1 million after taxes.. Which
comes to 15 and a half million dollars.



Dung Tran was the guy in charge of
safekeeping the winning ticket.

sot: Dung Tran/Powerball co-winner



"inside here, not in the
(inaudible)...I don't know how to say
that, I hide somewhere."

The entire group actually spent several
days hiding from the media. They needed
time to contact an attorney and to work
out their future plans. But no one
could really say what they'll do with
their winnings...a dilemma millions of
powerball players can only dream about.



Jennifer Miller, CBS News, Lincoln,
Nebraska




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CAM Coming up next, a government decision
could have a big impact on people

considering weight loss surgery.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Also President Bush says he didn't find


out about a controversial plan to sell
U-S Ports until AFTER his
administration approved it.

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MINIOPEN ANCHOR ON CAM
ANCHOR ON CAM President Bush is standing by the
GRAPHIC=Bush decision to allow an Arab company to


operate several major U-S ports.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT 13




VO-NAT The president admits he did not


know about the deal until after his
administration had approved it.

But in spite of that and objections
from several lawmakers the White hous
says the transaction does not
compromise national security.

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*CG 2line Scott McLellan
White House Spokesman
00


*CG 2line Laila Al-Qatami
Anti-Discrimination Committee S25 cott MCLELLAN/WHITE HOUSE 07 SPOKESMAN: ONE THING WE WILL NEVER DO
IS OUTSOURCE THE CONTROL AND SECURITY
OF OUR PORTS.

BUTT TO

1:10 LAILA AL-QATAMI/ARAB AMERICAN ANTI
DISCRIMINATION COMMITTEE: IT HAS
ALREADY GONE THROUGH SO MANY DIFFERENT
LEVELS BEFORE THE SALE WAS FINALLY
APPROVED AND NOW WE ARE HEARING ALL
THIS TALK, BASICALLY BECAUSE IT'S AN
ARAB COUNTRY.

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British based company P and O has
managed the sites in New York, New
Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Miami
and New Orleans for years. The
contracts will now be sold to Dubai
Ports World.

Several lawmakers are working to
block the sale.


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GRAPHIC=None A bill that bans smoking indoors


is being changed to make it more
attractive for Virginia's hotel
industry.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond
File Tape The bill currently allows hotels

to designate "smoking rooms" as long as
they don't account for more than a
quarter of all accommodations.

Roanoke County Senator Brandon
Bell says he'll suggest that language
be taken out.

A recent News 7- Survey U-S-A
poll showed most people favor the bill
which bans smoking in restaurants and
most indoor places.

Businesses like specialty tobacco
shops would be exempt, but required to
post signs warning customers that
smoking is permitted.

Since the goal of the bill is to
protect Virginians from second- hand
smoke, Senator Bell says he feels
comfortable changing it for the hotel
industry.

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*CG 2line Sen. Brandon Bell

(R) Roanoke Co. 18:46:31 SEN. BRANDON BELL/(R) ROANOKE


CO.: IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS IN
ATTRACTING MAYBE AN INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE THEY MIGHT WANT TO CHANGE
THAT NUMBER SO WE FELT THAT WASN'T, IN
MOVING FORWARD- THE MAIN THRUST OF THE

BILL IS SECOND HAND SMOKE AND FELT LIKE
THAT WAS ACCOMMODATION WE COULD MAKE TO
HAVE THEM WITHDRAW THEIR OPPOSITION.

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VO-NAT VO-NAT



The bill is being heard in a
House sub- committee tomorrow.

Under new House rules sub-
committees can now kill bills, but Bell
says he believes it's clear this is
something Virginians want.

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GRAPHIC=Healthcheck Medicare has announced it will continue


to pay for

stomach shrinking surgery for seniors.
ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER HEALTHCHECK BANNER

The decision could have a wide


ranging impact because private
insurance companies usually adopt

medicares policies.

Doctor Sean Kenniff has more in this
Healthcheck 7 report.

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*CG locator New York, NY


*CG 2line William Osborn
Gastric Bypass Patient


*CG 2line Dr. Sean Kenniff
CBS News


*CG 2line Dr. Mitchell Roslin
Lenox Hill Hospital



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OQ= <<



(END SOT) WILLIAM OSBORN ISNT THE MAN HE USED TO


BE.

THREE YEARS AGO HE WAS 3-HUNDRED AND 90
POUNDS WITH SEVERAL HEALTH

COMPLICATIONS. AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS
SURGERY HE LOST 130 POUNDS AND HIS

HEALTH IMPROVED.




(SOT-William Osborn/Had Gastric Bypass)



who knows I might have had a stroke, a
heart attack or something.



BECAUSE OF HIS HEALTH PROBLEMS WILLIAMS
OPERATION WAS PAID FOR BY

MEDICARE .

NOW THE AGENCY HAS PUT OUT A NEW SET OF
GUIDELINES THAT COULD ALLOW MORE

RECIPIENTS TO GET THE SURGERY.



(gfx)



TO QUALIFY PATIENTS MUST BE
SIGNIFICANTLY OVERWEIGHT....

HAVE FAILED OTHER WEIGHT LOSS OPTIONS.

AND THEY MUST HAVE AT LEAST ONE
WEIGHT-RELATED MEDICAL PROBLEM LIKE

DIABETES OR SLEEP APNEA.



(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS
NEWS/Miami, FL)

THE DECISION COULD EVENTUALLY EFFECT
MORE THAN JUST MEDICARE RECIPIENTS.

MANY PRIVATE INSURERS HAVE BEEN
HESITANT TO PAY FOR THE SURGERIES.

BUT THOSE SAME COMPANIES ARE KNOWN TO
FOLLOW MEDICARES LEAD.




SURGERY ADVOCATES SAY PAYING FOR THE
PROCEDURE NOW WOULD SAVE INSURERS

FROM OBESITY RELATED HEALTH CARE COSTS
DOWN THE ROAD .



(SOT-Dr. Mitchell Roslin/Lenox Hill


Hospital)

This doesnt mean that bariatric surgery
is the perfect solution to a

devastating problem, but it means its
the best solution that we have

right now.



BEFORE MEDICARE ONLY COVERED GASTRIC
BYPASS SURGERY WHERE THE LOWER PART

OF THE STOMACH IS STAPLED OFF AND
DETOURED DIRECTLY TO THE SMALL

INTESTINE.

BUT NOW MEDICARE SAYS IT WILL ALSO
COVER NEWER PROCEDURES WHERE A BAND

IS USED TO SQUEEZE DOWN THE SIZE
STOMACH.



(SOT-Dr. Mitchell Roslin/Lenox Hill


Hospital)

forcing the person to eat less solid
food.




MEDICARE COVERAGE USED TO VARY BY
REGION. THESE NEW RULES ARE UNIFORM

ACROSS THE COUNTRY. DOCTOR SEAN
KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.

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Meteorologist Robin Reed is up next
with our detailed forecast.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Then a little bit later, she was


injured- so you would think that would
keep her out of the olympcs. Up later..
why that injury made it possible for
her to compete.

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Coming up today in Sports,

ENG#=1 VO-NAT




VO-NAT we'll have this week's installment of


Hometown Hoops Weekly. Today Grant
Kittelson will introduce us to two
coaches who are traveling parallel
roads.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The William Fleming colonels will


look to gain a berth in the State
Tournament this evening when they take
on Pulaski County in the Region 3
Semifinals.

Leading the team from the bench
will be a coaching staff that has

followed a similar path that goes back
to their college days. Grant Kittelson
stays in step with this weeks edition
of Hometown Hoops Weekly.

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INQ=




*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Mickey Hardy
William Fleming Head Coach
:12


*CG 2line Marshall Ashford
William Fleming Assistant Coach
:22


*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com


*CG 2line Bryan Ashford
William Fleming Sophomore Guard
1:45



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OQ=HOMETOWN HOOPS WEEKLY < (END SOT) William Fleming Colonels is designated



as Mickey Hardy Head Coach, Marshall
Ashford Assistant, but more than that
it is friends.

(HARDY: 9:54)

(STANDUP: Both Hardy and Ashford played
college basketball in Blacksburg for
Long-time Virginia Tech Head Coach
Charlie Moir, the instruction they
received from the all-time winningest
coach in Hokie History can be seen in
the way they guide the Colonels

(ASHFORD: 1434)

One of the current Fleming guards
is sophomre Bryan Ashford, Marshall's
son, Coaching his child is just
another experience he now shares with
Hardy.

(ASHFORD 15:40)

(SON:19:20)

IN Roanoke Grant Kittelson Hometown
Hoops Weekly

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GRAPHIC=BAM The Virginia Cavaliers were


picked to finish dead last in the ACC
at the start of the season, but last

night they upset 11th ranked Boston
College 72 to 58 and as result now have
5th place at to themselves in the 12
team standings.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Charlottesville
FSN Last marked game marked the next :00 to last game in historic University
Hall and the Cavs would those in
attendance a performance to remember.

Sean Singletary and J.R. Reynolds
whipped the Eagles as Singletary scored
16 points and and dished out five
assists to go along with Reynolds'
amazing night.

J.R. scored a season high 28
points as the Cavs shot 53 percent from
the field.

UVa led by as many as 18 in the
first half and just never gave in. *CG final Virginia
72 With the win - the Cavs guarantee
Boston College #11 that they will not have a losing season

58 as they win their 14th game of the year
72-to-58.

(END VO) (END VO)



MIKE ON CAMERA
MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM Both the Tech men and the Tech


women play tonight and both are on the
road.

The men are at Miami, the women
are at Duke.

Take care everybody Jean is
coming back in just a moment to wrap up
this edition of News 7 at 5.

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Torino Olympics The womens bobsled team has added


another Olympic medal to the growing

list of U.S. achievements.

But as Charlie D'Agata reports, it was

a strange twist of fate that even
allowed this team to compete.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=Even as they


*CG locator Turin, Italy
NBC Olympics
:00
*CG 2line Shauna Rohbuck
Bobsled Silver Medalist
:31
*CG standup Charlie D'Agata
Reporting
:43



RUNS=1:35 (END SOT)



OQ=STD <<(nats.....nbc video tues. night)



(END SOT)



Even as they rocketed across the finish
line...they could hardly believe

the result.



(nat SOT - VALERIE (no time for font)


I WAS LIKE, OH NO ARE WE GONNA

GET CRUSHED.



(nat SOT - SHAUNA (no time for font) I


JUST SAID, OH PLEASE GOD LET

THAT BE ENOUGH.




And it WAS.... With Utah's Shauna
Rohbock in the driver's seat - and San

Francisco's Valerie Fleming in the
rear.... the US bobsled team took

SILVER.



(NAT SOT - under video - VALERIE )


EVERYONE'S SCREAMING AND CHANTING

U-S-A.



At the podium, they stepped up, and
WRAPPED up in the American flag.



Shauna says she was outraged when she
heard ONE reporter call it ' a

cliche.'



SOT - SHAUNA ROHBUCK/BOBSLED SILVER


MEDALIST



THAT'S WHAT YOU DREAM ABOUT WHEN
YOU'RE A LITTLE KID, YOU DREAM THAT

YOU CROSS THAT FINISH LINE AND YOU CAN
PUT THAT FLAG AROUND YOUR

SHOULDERS AND YOU CAN SAY, I AM AN
AMERICAN AND I JUST WON A MEDAL FOR

MY COUNTRY!




ON CAMERA BRIDGE: CHARLIE
D'AGATA/TORINO, ITALY



BUT SHAUNA'S DEDICATION TO PATRIOTIC
DUTY ALMOST ..ENDED.. HER OLYMPIC

DREAM. DURING INTENSTIVE TRAINING, SHE
GOT A CALL FROM THE UTAH

NATIONAL GUARD: PACK YOUR BAGS, YOU'RE
GOING TO IRAQ. .......STRANGELY,

IT WAS AN OLD SOCCER INJURY THAT
ACTUALLY KEPT HER ON TRACK.



(SOT - SHAUNA ) AS AN ATHLETE, YOU


DON'T WANT TO HAVE INJURIES, BUT OH,

(CHARLIE: THIS ONE PAID OFF) SHAUNA:
OH, THANK GOD FOR THAT ONE.



A torn rotator-cuff...classified by the
military as "NON-DEPLOYABLE";

serious enough to keep her out of Iraq
-- but minor enough to keep her

IN her bobsled.



Other Olympic athletes have haven't
been so lucky -- three-time medalist

speedskater Chris Witty, pulled out of
competition Wednesday because of

a groin injury -- apparently ENDING her
Olympic career.




The departure comes a week after
injured ice-skater Michelle Kwan ended

HER lifelong quest for gold. Twists
of fate -- turning some away ---



and spinning SILVER to others.
Charlie D'Agata, CBS News, Torino,

Italy.>>

















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