4/3/06

News-7 at 5:00


JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM
CAM Severe weather across parts of
GRAPHIC=News 7 at 5 the region tonight.. A tornado watch is


in effect.... Let's heard right over to
meteorologist Robin Reed in the
skytracker 7 weather center. Robin.
*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com
*CG 304


*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
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ROBIN IN WX-CENTER ROBIN IN WX-CENTER




TITAN/FULL TITAN STORM ROUND UP




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GRAPHIC=Moussaoui The jury reaches a verdict for


Zacarias Moussaoui just about one hour
ago.. the federal jury found that
Moussaoui is eligible for the death
penalty. Alison Harmelin is at federal
court in Alexandria.

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INQ=




*CG locator Alexandria




*CG 2line Alison Harmelin
Reporting



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OQ=will bring comfort. << >>


JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hold That was Alison Harmelin reporting.


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GRAPHIC=None A retreat that once housed


troubled teens could soon get new life
as a summer camp.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Buchanan

These nearly 55-acres of property
in Buchanan were once home to the
Wilderness Leadership Academy.

Now the owners of an after-school
program in Maryland are looking to buy
the property and turn it into a

sleepaway camp.

Bob Sickels and his wife, Tammy
have run "Kids After Hours" for the
last 16-years.

They want to be able to offer
children 8 to 14-years old a chance to
walk the Appalachian Trial and enjoy
the surrounding wildlife.
TAKE APRISA BOARD TAKE APRISA BOARD

The Sickels are holding an
informational meeting tonight at six at
the North Star Restaurant off exit 162
in Buchanan.

The public is invited.

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JEAN on GFX JEAN ON GFX

If you'd like to learn more on
line about the "Kids After Hours"
program, just go to wdbj7-dot-com and
clock "Web Sites in the News."
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GRAPHIC=None It's been called the fastest


growing crime in America.

Identity theft is sweeping across
the country.

ENG#=3 VO NAT



VO-NAT In fact, 37-percent of all


complaints filed with the Federal Trade
Commission last year were about stolen
identities.

The crime bilked Americans out of
680 million dollars in 2005.
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Rachel/Microwave New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa met with a group of
Virginia Tech students researching the
problem locally.

Rachel tell us what they found
out.

LIVE=Rachel Full/Microwave LIVE FULL

*CG live Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com Jean, that stores in Blacksburg Blacksburg and Christiansburg are not doing their

part.

According to a month long study,
local retailers are not checking to
make sure you are, who you say you are,
before they swipe your credit card.

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INQ=Not many


*CG locator Christiansburg
:00


*CG 2line Noah Lichtig
VT Senior
:21
*CG 2line Henry Howard
VT Senior
:41
*CG 2line Christina Goodwin
VT Senior
:49
*CG 2line Christopher Dunn
VT Graduate Student
1:12

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OQ=serious issue. <

opening... (x-mas story off the top
20:53:00)



Not many folks are paying with cash

these days.



NATS receipt coming out... (x-mas story
21:49:00)



more and more are just handing over
plastic. (x-mas story 21:39:00 just
video)



Which is why Christopher Dunn and his
group of research students decided to
see if local stores were checking ID.

They went to places like Walmart,
Kroger, Target and Food Lion.



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INQ=Just anytime I needed stuff NOAH LICHTIG: 10:03:00 JUST ANYTIME I


NEEDED STUFF AT STORES LIKE WALMART OR
KROGER OR ANYTHING I WOULD JUST GO BUY
WHAT I NEEDED AND JUST USE MY CREDIT
CARD. :09

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OQ=my credit card.



INSERT GRAPHIC HERE

And out of 309 purchases, only
11-percent of cashiers checked for ID.

89-percent of the time, no one checked
and the person END GRAPHIC HERE using
THESE cards could have been a criminal.




NATS: cards hitting the table...



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INQ=I just think HENRY HOWARD



8:33:00 I JUST THINK IT'S VERY
INTERESTING THAT THERE'S SO LITTLE ID
CHECKING GOING ON IN COLLEGE TOWN. :39

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OQ=in a college town.



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INQ=I was checked CHRISTINA GOODWIN: 11:50:00 I WAS


CHECKED TWICE. OUT OF A HUNDRED TIMES.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT. :55
CONSIDERING MY CREDIT CARD WASN'T EVEN
SIGNED IT HAD ME WORRIED. I'D USE MY
BOYFRIEND'S CREDIT CARD OR MY DAD'S
CREDIT CARD. I MEAN THEY ARE NOT EVEN
FROM HERE :04

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OQ=from here.



The students did the research for their
degrees, but they are hoping the
community sees the results and local
cashiers take note



NATS: beeping while ringing in.. (X-mas
Tape 21:02:00)




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INQ=That more CHRISTOPHER DUNN 7:22:00 THAT MORE


STORES WILL START CHECKING FOR ID. THAT
MANAGERS WILL GET THROUGH TO THEIR
EMPLOYEES TO START CHECKING :27
BECAUSE THIS IS A VERY SERIOUS ISSUE.
:29

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OQ=serious issue.





LIVE=Rachel Full/Microwave LIVE FULL

*CG liveloc Blacksburg

17 cards used in the survey
actually had "check Id" written on the
back.

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Rachel/Microwave DOUBLE BOXES



Jean, but even that warning only
prompted five cashiers to make sure the
person was actually supposed to be
using that credit card.

JEAN:

Does this appear to be a bigger
problem in the New River Valley?

RACHEL

No, Jean, The Better Business
Bureau actually says it's happening
everywhere.

The study just happened to be
conducted in the

Blacksburg/Christiansburg area.

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GRAPHIC=Severe Weather Dozens are dead, and the cleanup is


barely beginning in several states hit
by a line of tornadoes.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Dyer Co., TN

The severe weather swept from Arkansas
northward to Indiana and Ohio. This
police dash-cam in western Tennessee
last night shows debris blowing
sideways near one of those tornadoes.

Daybreak revealed widespread damage
over hundreds of miles. Teri Okita has
the latest.

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*CG locator Dyer Co., TN
:00


*CG 2line Kathy Riddick
Dyer Co. Resident
:34
*CG standup Teri Okita
Reporting
:45
*CG 2line Bobby Melton
Dyer Co. Resident
:52



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OQ=STD <<(PKG)



(END SOT) TRACK: LOCATOR: Dyer County, Tennessee



Tornado Alley lived up to its name with
a series of powerful storms

ripping through eight states killing
more than two dozen people late

Sunday.



TRACK:

High rise windows were blown out in
Indianapolis with scattered reports

of damage in Arkansas, Ohio and

Missouri. One man in central illinois

was killed when this store roof
collapsed.



TRACK:

But it's vividly clear Dyer County,
Tennessee was the hardest hit. Homes

reduced to piles of splintered wood...
rows of downed trees... and at

least 15 fatalities -- including an
11-month-old baby.



SOT: Kathy Riddick/ Dyer Co. Resident



"TREES BREAKING, THE HOUSE CRASHING,
BRICKS FALLING, IT WAS SCARY, IT

WAS OVER IN LIKE 15 SECONDS"





STAND-UP BRIDGE Teri Okita/Dyersburg,
TN

CREWS ARE NOW SEARCHING THE PILES OF
DEBRIS LOOKING FOR MORE VICTIMS.

MANY HERE SAY THEY ARE JUST LUCKY TO BE
ALIVE AND NOW THAT THE STORMS

ARE OVER, THEY ARE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT
HOW TO PUT THE PIECES OF THEIR

LIVES BACK TOGETHER.



SOT: Bobby Melton/ Dyer Co. Resident




IT'S SCARY, IT'S UNBELIEVEABLE UNLESS
YOU GO THROUGH IT, PEOPLE SAY,

THIS NOT GONNA HAPPEN TO ME.





TRACK:

Tennessee Emergency Management
officials estimate more than 1200

buildings have been

damaged in one area and say in another,
it's impossible to even count

the devastated

homes.



TRACK:

And with tornado season just now
gaining strength the people here and

throughout the vulnerable

plain states know this may not be the
last time they find themselves in

the path of destruction.

TO, CBS News, Dyersburg, Tennessee>>

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Still ahead on Healthcheck,

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG tease Tube Time

another reason why too much TV may not
be good for your children. And the
reason this time carries a lot of
weight.

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GRAPHIC=None Members of Roanoke City Council


raised the issue of gangs today, as
they met with Police Chief Joe Gaskins.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Gaskins was briefing council on
recent police initiatives including

Operation Inked, which has brought in
more than 400 people who were facing
outstanding warrants and tickets.

On the subject of gangs, Gaskins
said the city is responding to the
issue, while trying not to glorify gang
violence.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL 11:00:03



INQ=We have




*CG 2line Joe Gaskins
Roanoke Police Chief





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OQ=hopefully get them prosecuted.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Council member Sherman Lea says
he believes the city should do more to
acknowledge and fight its gang problem.

A regional director of Virginia
Department of Corrections, Lea says he
intends to meet with the police chief
to discuss the issue.

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GRAPHIC=Healthcheck How much TV do your kids watch?


You may have heard that too much of the
wrong kind of TV hurts kids on several
levels...

Roll Healthcheck Animation Roll Healthcheck Animation

But a new set of studies reinforces
the long held belief.

In tonight's health check 7 report,
Dr. Sean Keniff has the story.

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INQ=




*CG locator New York, NY
:00




*CG 2line Alice Jankell
Mother
:09



*CG 2line Dr. Sean Keniff
CBS News
:39


*CG 2line Dr. Christopher Lucas
NYU Medical Center
:49

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OQ=CBS News. <

TELEVISION HABITS.

SHE'S CAREFUL TO REGULATE HOW MUCH THEY
WATCH.... AND WHAT THEY WATCH.

Alice Jankell/Mother: I'm afraid that
if they watch too much TV their minds
will get lazy.

BUT IT SEEMS ALICE IS THE EXCEPTION AND
NOT THE RULE. )A NEW STUDY OF
PRESCHOOLERS FOUND ALMOST 70 PERCENT
WATCH T-V MORE THAN 2 HOURS A DAY.

RESEARCHERS SAY THOSE CHILDREN ARE MORE
LIKELY TO BE OVERWEIGHT.

OVERALL, KIDS WHO WATCH EXCESSIVE
TELEVISION SPEND LESS TIME WITH
FRIENDS.

AND TEENAGERS WHO WATCH MORE THAN TWO
HOURS A DAY ARE MORE LIKELY TO HAVE SEX
EARLIER.

Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami, FL IN
MOST FAMILIES BOTH PARENTS WORK AND

SOMETIMES IT'S JUST EASIER TO PLOP KIDS
IN FRONT OF THE T-V.

BUT EXPERTS SAY PARENTS NEED TO TAKE
TELEVISON WATCHING SERIOUSLY AND
ADDRESS IT LIKE A HEALTH ISSUE.

Dr. Christopher Lucas/NYU School of
Medicine:

As parents you need to limit the number
of hours, you need to be aware of what
your children are watching, you need to
be involved in your children's
watching."



N-Y-U SCHOOL OF MEDICINE'S DOCTOR
CHRISTOPHER LUCAS SAYS IT'S ALSO
IMPORTANT FOR PARENTS TO EXPLAIN WHAT
IS HAPPENING ON THE SCREEN.



(SOT-Dr. Christopher Lucas/NYU School


of Medicine)

"so they can interpret, put things in
context, so that they can distinguish
reality from fantasy, acting from real
life."



BETWEEN TELEVISION, VIDEO GAMES AND THE
INTERNET IT'S TOUGH TO CONTROL
EVERYTHING A CHILD SEES AND KIDS STILL
NEED TO BE EXPOSED TO SOME THINGS.


Alice Jankell/Mother: "they need to be
familiar with the current vernacular
and they need to be familiar with the
cultural icons of their day."

BUT THE RESEARCH IS CRYSTAL CLEAR.....
TOO MUCH UNSUPERVISED TELEVISON CAN
LEAD TO PROBLEMS.

DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.

>>

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Severe weather is moving through the
region. Robin has the latest just
ahead.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease BILLY BALL

And later in sports, Ferrum's Billy
Wagner gets his save as New York Met.

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WX Bug/FULL CURRENT WXBUG STATS




Walk to CK/ WX PRO WEATHER MAPS

LOCAL FORECAST

EXTENDED FORECAST


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The Bruin and Gators are just hours
away from their championship game.
Grant Kittelson has more just ahead.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease PLAY BALL!

And play ball! As the president helps
one season begin, another stadium
counts on "Sausage Man".

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GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody and


welcome to the Monday ticker.

The N-C-A-A national championship
game is set for tonight here on Your
Hometown Station.

If you plan to watch the game and
want a barometer to help you gauge the
outcome early - you need to look no
farther than U-C-L-A's defense. In
their last two wins over normally high
scoring Memphis and L-S-U, the Bruins
held both teams to just 45 points.

And during U-C-L-A's current 11
game winning streak the team has given
up 60 points just one time.

It's a way of life that can be
traced directly to UCLA head coach Ben
Howland.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=


*CG 2line Billy Donovan
Florida Head Coach
:00
*CG 2line Cedric Bozeman

UCLA Guard
:27

RUNS=:35 (END SOT)



OQ=..what we're gonna do."




GO TO APRISA E710 GO TO APRISA 710

Hope you can join us tonight as
the Road to the Final four reaches its
end.

The coverage from CBS Sports
begins at 9, and the tip-off is set for
9:21.

The only place to watch it is
right here on WDBJ-7.

END OF APRISA END OF APRISA


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ANCHOR ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM As the College Basketball Season


winds down Major League Baseball full
slate of games was this afternoon with
opening day for most teams.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Flushing, NY

ESPN That including the Washington
Nationals traveling to the New York
Mets and their new pitcher Billy
Wagner.

The Mets would take a 3 to 1 lead
on third-baseman David Wright's Solo
Home Run to right center field in the
bottom of the 6th.

*CG final Washington Nat's had a chance to tie the score in 2 the 8th Ryan Zimmerman out of U-V-A New York with a double to Left. Alfonso Soriano 3 called out at the plate and New York
wins 3 to 2. Wagner getting the Save.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Tony Stewart won his second race


ever at Martinsville yesterday and the
25th of his Nextel Cup career.

The victory came courtesy of a
bump-and-run exchange with his good
friend and fellow Home Improvement
driver Jimmie Johnson.

Stewart of course - is sponsored
by the Home Depot and Johnson by
Lowe's.


ENG#=3 SOT FULL



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INQ=BITE


*CG 2line Tony Stewart
DirecTV 500 Winner
:00
*CG locator Martinsville
Sunday's DirecTV 500
:10

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OQ=...a lot of guys that don't."




GRANT ON CAMERA GRANT ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM Earlier we showed you some on the


field Baseball Highlights. When Jean
comes back to wrap up News 7 at 5 we'll
have some off the field fun on this
opening Day. Take Care Everybody.
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GRAPHIC=NONE Stocks took off at the opening bell


today, then fought to hold on by the
finish.

Alexis Christoforous has today's

Moneywatch.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
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INQ=




*CG 2line Alexis Christoforous
CBS Money Watch
:00



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OQ=News 7 at 5. < (END SOT) available.>>




STOCK ROLL STOCK ROLL
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0.43
42.90
u
0.36
77.53
u
0.26
52.37
u
0.17
63.15

u
0.61
27.53


*CG 5stox2 d
0.06
23.26
u
0.13
34.11
u
0.29
63.89
u
1.48
20.38
u
0.18
56.40


*CG 5stox3 d
0.14
54.31
u
0.55
27.86
d
0.42
29.08

d
0.73
79.99
d
0.04
24.99


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0.06
57.85
u
0.20
25.12
u
0.05
25.60
u
0.04
4.14
d
1.09
28.16
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GRAPHIC=None It's opening day for Baseball...


and today the President got in on the
game.


ENG#=2 SOT FULL



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INQ=nat sot crowd



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*CG locator Cincinnati, OH President Bush threw out the
ceremonial first pitch today in
Cincinnati... opening the season as the
Reds took on Chicago..

Here's a look at the pitch from up
above. President Bush is the first
sitting president to throw the first
pitch at the Red's home opener.
*CG locator Milwaukee, WI In Milwaukee "Klements" sausage
racers are running their annual relay
for the Milwaukee Brewers home opener..

The sausages are handing off the
ball that is used for the opening pitch
of the brewer's home season.

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