02/23/06

News 7at 5

CAPTION:Arrest Made

Officers arrest a teenager suspected
of making a bomb threat to a local
high school.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: Gusty Winds

Gusty NW winds highlight the forecast
with daytime temperatures in the 50s.




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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION:Going for Gold

We'll preview tonight's Woman's Ice
Skating Finals. Will the Americans win
gold?
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CAPTION: Down Hill?

Tim Martin Standup
5:00 OPEN 5:00 OPEN

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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=News 7 at 5 Bedford County Sheriff's deputies have


arrested a teenager for making a bomb
threat at Liberty High School

BEDFORD CO DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & DOUBLE BOXES


Justin/Starlink Justin McLeod is live at the Sheriff's
department tonight with this
late-breaking story.

LIVE=Justin Full/Starlink LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com


*CG live Bedford Co.



(JUSTIN AD-LIBS TO TAPE)


TRUCK ROLLS TAPE



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INQ=He did acknowledge






*CG 2line Maj. Ricky Gardner
Bedford Co. Sheriff's Dept.




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OQ=sort of scary.




VO NAT VO NAT JUSTON ON VO


*CG locator Bedford Co.

This all started on Monday when
administrators found someone had
scratched the words "Bomb C Building
boys 2-23-06" in a boys' restroom.

Sheriff's deputies were at Liberty High
School all last night and this morning
to secure the building.

After receiving numerous tips,
authorities arrested a 16 year old boy
today at the school.
END VO END VO

LIVE=Justin Full/Starlink LIVE FULL

*CG live Bedford Co.

(JUSTIN AD LIBS CLOSE)

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin/Starlink (DOUBLE BOXES)


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GRAPHIC=Shooting A 16 year old went to school today


and ended up getting shot four times-
apparently by a classmate.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT

*CG locator Roseburg, OR Hospital officials say the teenage
boy is doing well for someone who was
shot so many times- three times in the
abdomen and the fourth bullet grazed
his arm.

The gunfire erupted at a high
School in Roseburg Oregon... where
police say the 16 year old suspect took
off before police caught up with him.

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INQ=when he saw police




*CG 2line Sgt. Aaron Dunbar
Roseburg, OR Police 41 SGT. AARON DUNBAR/ROSEBURG POLICE:
WHEN HE SAW POLICE HE REMOVED THE
HANDGUN FROM HIS CLOTHING AND HELD IT
TO HIS HEAD AND CONTINUED WHEN HE SAW
THE POLICE CARS AND CONTINUED BASICALLY
HOLDING HIMSELF AT GUNPOINT.

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OQ=himself at gunpoint





VO-NAT VO-NAT 08 plus



After a short standoff, the teen
eventually put the gun down and was
taken into custody. So far no word on a

motive

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GRAPHIC=None Officials in Halifax County say


no new cases of meningitis have been
reported since a high school student
died Tuesday.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT 17-year-old Calvin Brumfield died


Tuesday at Halifax Regional Hospital
after he contracted bacterial
meningitis.

Brumfield was a senior at Halifax
High School.

*CG locator Halifax Co. The principal says he has NOT seen a :09 major dip in attendance since the
student's death.

To keep students and parents
aware of possible symptoms, the health
department has sent letters to all
students in the entire system.

Meningitis can be spread by close

contact with the infected victim.

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GRAPHIC=None An Elliston man was arrested this


week for trying to meet up with a 14
year old girl for a sexual encounter.

Turns out the girl he met online
was actually a state police special
agent.

29 year old Christopher Nester
was charged with using a communication
system to solicit a child.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Montgomery Co.

Police say Nester made several
sexual comments through instant
messages before asking to meet the 14
year old at the old Wilson's
Restaurant on route 460.

Police arrested him when he
showed up yesterday around 10 A-M.

Nester is out of jail on
25-thousand dollars bond.

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CAM The mild winter has hurt ski resorts
in the region, but it may not be why
you think.

We'll explain in a few minutes.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT But we'll have the details on a plane


crash that killed four people in
Northern Virginia.


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MINIOPEN JEAN ON CAM
JEAN ON CAM A plane crash near Fredericksburg
GRAPHIC=None has killed all four people on board-



ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator Stafford The single engine plane was carrying
four men coming home to Fredericksburg
from a Wake Forest Basketball Game in
Winston Salem.

The conditions last night were
foggy... and the plane was diverted
from the Fredericksburg airport to the
larger Stafford Airport.

It never made it though, crashing
just 500 yards from the Stafford

airport.

State Police say they believe the
pilot aborted his attempted landing and
veered into trees. It wasn't until
nine this morning that searchers found
the wreckage.


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GRAPHIC=Torino Olympics All eyes are on the American women


as they try to go for the gold on ice
tonight.

Charlie D'Agata has more from
Torino.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Charlie D'Agata
Torino, Italy





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Maybe it's the combination of
strength...grace...precision...and,
yes,

beauty....



Or maybe it's the thrill of a classic
contest...pitting the elegance of

American sweetheart Sasha Cohen...



SOT - VERONICA HENDERSON/SAN ANTONIO,


TX



SHE'S GONNA WIN, I'M ROOTIN' FOR HER
(points to American flag on face)



Against the powerful force of Russian
rival, Irina Slutskaya...world

champion.



SOT - DAVID BLEIVIK/WASHINGTON D-C





SLUTSKAYA, SHE IS AN ANIMAL OUT THERE,
BUT WE THINK SASHA - SHE JUST HAS

THAT GRACE ABOUT HER WHEN SHE'S
PERFORMING...SHE'S GOT THE SHOT TO WIN

THE GOLD.



But she'll have a fight on her hands.




The 21 year old Californian currently
holds a whisper of a lead -- LESS

than a POINT -- over the 27 year old
favorite, Slutskaya after the short

session Tuesday, pumping up the
pressure for a nail-biting finale.



STANDUP BRIDGE: CHARLIE D'AGATA/TORINO,
ITALY

THERE'S A REASON WE'RE SO CAPTIVATED BY
THIS EVENT. SINCE 1964, AMERICA

HAS ALWAYS COME HOME WITH A MEDAL. SO
AS YOU MIGHT EXPECT, HERE IN

TORINO, WOMEN'S FIGURE SKATING IS THE
HOTTEST TICKET IN TOWN.



(guys w/signs 'will work for figure
skating tickets')



Prompting some fanatics to go to
extraordinary lengths to get a seat.



KEN YARMOSH/WASHINGTON D-C



WE TRIED PICKIN' UP SOME TICKETS HERE,
THEY'RE ALL SOLD OUT, WE EVEN

WENT ONTO THE INTERNET LOOKED AT EBAY,
THEY'RE GOIN' FOR THOUSANDS OF

DOLLARS.




Men...women...young...old...all riveted
by what many consider the

"pinnacle" of these winter games.



ELIZABETH PECH/FIGURE SKATING FAN,
DARIEN, CT, 11 years old



IT'S UNBELIEVABLE TO WATCH TO SEE HOW
EVERYBODY PERFORMS IN SUCH A

DELICATE WAY.



Just four minutes...of
performance...personality, and
perfection...for

one shot at Olympic fame.

cd



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GRAPHIC= Despite snow several different times


recently it's been a fairly mild
winter.

That's a problem for some of the
region's ski areas- The snow hasn't
been the problem though... Intern

Reporter Timothy Martin tells us, it
may be mostly a matter of perception.

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INQ=The sites and sounds


*CG locator Hot Springs
:00


*CG standup Timothy Martin
News 7 Intern
:22
*CG 2line Gary Cherrett
VP of Marketing
:37

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OQ=Timothy Martin, News-7 Bath County <


(END SOT) When school's out for a snow day,


skiing's in at places like The
Homestead.

SOT FULL @ 19:35:06 CHARLEY ADAMS/SKIER




IT'S FUN BECAUSE YOU HAVE ALL YOUR
FRIENDS AROUND. 19:35:10

19:37:33 EMILY NOYES/SKIER IT'S REALLY
FUN AND I LOVE GETTING ALL THE AIR.

But The Homestead wonders if our warm
weather isn't keeping many other people
away.

19:37:36


SOT FULL @ 19:15 TIMOTHY MARTIN/INTERN


REPORTER

WITH PLACES LIKE ROANOKE, LYNCHBURG,
AND SOUTHSIDE HAVING SUCH A MILD
WINTER...FOR SKIERS AND SNOWBOARDERS
HERE AT THE HOMESTEAD, THAT'S NOT THE
CASE.

Part of the problem goes back to last
winter, when another warm streak led to
some less-than-ideal conditions. It
even forced The Homestead to close for
a while.

SOT FULL @ 19:28:14 GARY CHERRETT/VP


OF MARKETING

PEOPLE THAT CAME UP LAST YEAR, DURING
MID JANUARY AND DIDN'T HAVE A GOOD
EXPERIENCE CAUSE A LACK OF SNOW, HAVE
THE EXPECTATION IT'S LIKE THAT EVERY
YEAR.

19:28:24

So despite this winter's much better
conditions, some places find themselves
playing catch-up. They're trying to get
the word out, and give business a lift.

(NAT SOT HIT)



They're also giving nearby families a
break when it snows. Every time
there's a snow day, kids get a
discount.


SOT FULL @ 19:36:53 ALLY


STEVENSON/SKIER

IT'S MUCH MORE FUN THAN BEING AT SCHOOL
BECAUSE YOU DON'T HAVE TO LEARN
ANYTHING.

With winter nearing its end, snow
machines are ready to get busier.
Which should keep skiers on the slopes
until the very end.

SOT FULL @ 19:28:31 GARY CHERRETT/VP OF


MARKETING

THE SKIING HAS BEEN WONDERFUL ALL YEAR
AND IT'S SORT OF BEEN THE BEST KEPT
SECRET.

And that's one secret, The
Homestead doesn't want to keep.
Timothy Martin, News-7 Hot Springs.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC= The Homestead says it plans to


stay open until mid-March, maybe longer
depending on the conditions.

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Coming up on the newscast, Robin
Reed has a look at the weekend cool
down.


ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And, what's in the air we


breathe? Brent Watts shows us why air
pollution isn't just a summertime
concern in this week's Beyond the
Forecast.

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GRAPHIC=None It's all about air quality on


this week's Beyond the Forecast, let's
check in with

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Brent Watts who went along with
members of the Department of
Environmental quality to see how the
air is measured.

DOUBLE BOXES=ROBIN/BRENT NEWSROOM BRENT ON COMPUTER SET

*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com Robin, air pollution is typically
something we think about during the
summer. But what you may not realize,
is it's a year-round concern.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Karen Kastning
DEQ Environmental Specialist
:14


*CG locator Roanoke
:20



























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OQ=...see the difference. BRENT ON COMPUTER SET



(END SOT) You can get this information


anytime on the DEQ website. For
example, TAKE WEB FULL
TAKE WEB FULL today's reading is a green reading
which is considered good. A bit of a
breeze and the recent rain and snow may

help lead to the lower readings.

BRENT/JEAN DOUBLE BOXES



Jean, we've posted a link to
their website on ours at wdbj7.com.
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Up next Mike Stevens previews the
Women's ODAC tournament getting
underway at the Salem Civic Center.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Then a little bit later, one of radio's


best known voices decides it's time to
call it quits.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody and


welcome to the Thursday ticker. Last
weekend, the ODAC men owned the Salem
Civic Center. Today the girls tourney
started its run in the City of
Champions, as top seeded Randolph-Macon
hooked up with Washington & Lee.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem
Generals vs. Yellow Jackets Randolph-Macon, the defending :00 national runner-up, swept the season
series with the Generals.

Today, W&L got off on the right
foot working the rock inside to Jessica
Hunsinger and she scores two off the
window.

But the Jackets holla back.
Megan Silva to Kristin Thompson who

puts in a deuce on the nice turnaround
jumper.

Silva was named the league's
player of the year for the third
straight year *CG final Washington & Lee last night. Here she shows why 71 banging in the long three ball. Randolph-Macon Randolph-Macon advanced with a 79 to 71 79 win.

(END VO) (END VO)



MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM Also this afternoon Eastern


Mennonite lost to Guilford 71 to 47.

Tonight starting at six the final
two quarterfinal games will be played
Emory & Henry meets Bridgewater and
Virginia Wesleyan takes on Roanoke
College in the nightcap at 8.
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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM The Nextel Cup Series makes the


long trek from Daytona Beach to
Fontana, California this week, a
journey of roughly 26 hundred miles.

Hendrick and Roush cars are safe
bets this weekend. The two car owners

have accounted for wins in 8 of the
track's 11 races.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=BITES




*CG 2line Greg Biffle
Defending Race Champ
:00


*CG 2line Jeff Gordon
Three Time Winner at California
:26



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OQ=much better performance."


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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The Atlanta Braves held their


first full squad Spring Training
workout yesterday. And they did so
with a new shortstop. The Braves lost
their lead-off man Rafeal Furcal to
free agency. His replacement isn't too
bad. Atlanta traded for 4-time
All-Star Edgar Renteria. Someone they
are very familar with from his days in

the National League with the Marlins
and Cardinals.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Bobby Cox
Atlanta Braves Manager
:00


*CG 2line Marcus Giles
Atlanta Braves Second Baseman
:10





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OQ=being a problem. The Braves open the regular


season on April 3rd. Coming up tonight
on News 7 at 6 we will have High School
Tournament action from the High School
ranks. We'll see you then everybody,
Jean's coming right back to wrap up
News 7 at 5.
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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Stocks closed lower today as investors
ENG#=1 did a little profit-taking after


yesterday's strong showing.

Alexis Christoforous wraps it up in
today's Moneywatch report.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=




*CG 2line Alexis Christoforous
CBS Money Watch
:00



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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Finally today, you have probably never


seen his face, but you've probably
heard his voice.

One of the best known voices of CBS
News retired today.

Scott Rapoport has more.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG locator New York, NY
:00


*CG 2line Christopher Glenn
CBS News Correspondent
:54



RUNS=1:42 (END SOT)



OQ=CBS News <<



(END SOT) IT IS THE LAST ROUNDUP FOR A VETERAN


CBS NEWS HAND



(SOT)



"And good morning everybody. I'm
Christopher Glenn with the World News

Roundup"



AFTER 35 YEARS AT CBS NEWS,

CORRESPONDENT CHRIS GLENN IS HANGING UP
HIS

MICROPHONE FOR THE LAST TIME.



(nat)

"Time to shine - Sasha Cohen to skate
for the Gold" or "Steve, good

morning, buon giorno!"



IT LOOKED LIKE A ROUTINE BROADCAST OF
CBS RADIO'S WORLD NEWS ROUNDUP...

BUT COLLEAGUE CHARLES OSGOOD JOINED
CHRIS THIS MORNING TO SAY GOODBYE



(SOT OSGOOD)



"You are the best and we wish you the
best."



CHRISTOPHER GLENN SPENT MOST OF HIS 50
YEARS IN BROADCASTING IN RADIO...

NOT JUST IN THE BOOTH BUT IN THE FIELD.
HE WAS IN FLORIDA WHEN THE

SHUTTLE CHALLENGER EXPLODED IN 1986.



(SOT FROM RADIO OVER CHALLENGER VIDEO


:10)

"A terrible thing - debris falling out
of the sky, falling slowly,

painfully, tragically towards the

Atlantic Ocean just a few miles

offshore."



(SOT CHRISTOPHER GLENN, CBS NEWS


CORRESPONDENT)

"As it was happening was the most
emotional - affected me emotionally

the most. In front of your face this
thing with seven human beings blows

up."



MANY WILL REMEMBER NOT ONLY CHRISTOPHER
GLENN'S VOICE BUT HIS FACE FROM

THEIR CHILDHOOD. HE ANCHORED THE FIRST
TELEVISION NEWS SHOWS FOR KIDS IN

THE 1970'S AND 1980'S.



(SOT CHRISTOPHER GLENN)



"It wasn't like we were going on with
kids news, "bunny rabbit" stories.

We told the news, we told it straight
and we told it true."



ON THIS HIS LAST DAY HE WAS STILL
DELIVERING THE NEWS STRAIGHT AND TRUE

AS HE CLOSED HIS LAST ROUNDUP.



"Retirement is beckoning and that's a
wrap for me, but not before I say


one more time and proudly, 'That's the
World News Roundup, I'm

Christopher Glenn, CBS News.">>

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