04/25/06

News 7 Mornin'


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GRAPHIC=Gas Prices Up With the mid-term elections rapidly


approaching, high gas prices have
become a major issue.

In the wake of political pressure

from both sides of the aisle and
accusations of price gouging, President
Bush is stepping forward to put a
government gauge on gas prices.

Michael Weber has more.

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INQ=With prices at the pump




*CG locator Washington, DC
:14
*CG 2line Sen. Harry Reid

(D-NV) Minority Leader


:38 QUICK


*CG 2line Sen. Richard Durbin

(D) Illinois


:57


*CG standup Michael Weber
Reporting
1:13



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(PKG)

WITH PRICES AT THE PUMP ALREADY TOPPING

THREE DOLLARS A GALLON IN SOME

PLACES.. AMERICANS ARE LOOKING TO
WASHINGTON FOR RELIEF.



MOS there should be some government
intervention someplace, this is

ridiculous



WITH A POLITICAL URGENCY TO CALM
CONSUMER OUTRAGE.. PRESIDENT BUSH TODAY

UNVEILS A FOUR-POINT PLAN FOR REINING
IN HIGH GAS PRICES.



BUSH 15:56:44 We'll make sure that the
energy companies are pricing

their product fairly. If we catch them
gouging// we'll deal with them at

the federal government.



THE PRESIDENTS PLAN BEGINS WITH ORDERS
FOR THE JUSTICE AND ENERGY

DEPARTMENTS TO INVESTIGATE CHARGES OF
PRICE CHEATING. IT ALSO INCLUDES

THE PROMOTION OF GREATER FUEL
EFFICIENCY.



(Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), Minority
Leader)

REID throughout nevada i was

constantly asked about skyrocketing gas

prices.



CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS JUST BACK FROM A
TWO WEEK BREAK.. APPEALED FOR

PRESIDENTIAL ACTION MONDAY.



(GFX)

DEMOCRATS HAVE PITCHED A PLAN TO
ELIMINATE BILLIONS IN OIL COMPANY TAX

CUTS AND SUBSIDIES.. AND REPLACE THEM
WITH A WINDFALL TAX ON EXCESS

PROFITS.



(Sen. Richard Durbin, (D-IL))

DURBIN 17:59:40 the money is going
straight from credit cards of America

into the board rooms and profits of
these major oil companies



TAPPING RECORD OIL COMPANY PROFITS IS
SOMETHING MANY CONSUMERS WOULDNT

MIND SEEING.



MOS exxon is making billions of dollars
in profits. i understand

stockholders are happy but they're
about the only ones




CLOSE: BOTH PARTIES WANT TO GET AHEAD
ON THIS ISSUE BEFORE MIDTERM

ELECTIONS, BUT REPUBLICANS ARE
PARTICULARLY CONCERNED THEYLL PAY FOR

HIGH GAS PRICES AT THE POLLS THIS FALL.
MICHAEL WEBER, News 7.

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GRAPHIC=Gas Prices Up State lawmakers are trying to put


the cap on efforts to raise the gas
tax.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond
File Tape The state Senate is considering a
plan to put a six cent- tax on every
gallon of gasoline taken out of
Virginia terminals.

Senators also propose raising the
tax on diesel fuel by a penny and a
half.

Citing high gas prices, House
leaders yesterday called on the Senate
to bag the tax increases.

One Senator, who supports the

plan, admits it's becoming increasingly
harder to sell.

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*CG 2line Sen. Emmett Hanger

(R) Mt. Solon 1:31:11 SEN. EMMETT HANGER/(R) MT.

:00 SOLON: BECAUSE OF THE FACT THAT IT'S
GETTING TREMENDOUSLY HIGH AND PEOPLE
WILL BE SEEKING ALTERNATIVES MY
PERSONAL OPINION IS THAT IT MAKES IT
MORE PALATABLE TO LOOK AT ANOTHER TYPE
OF USER FEE AND THAT'S TOLLS.
*CG 2line Del. Morgan Griffith 15:16 DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/(R) SALEM:
(R) Salem MOST PEOPLE UNDERSTAND IF YOU CHARGE

:12 THEM AN ADDITIONAL COST OF SIX CENTS,
IT'S GOING TO SHOW UP AT THE GAS PUMP
IN A MATTER OF DAYS.

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Disputes over how to fund
transportation have left budget
negotiations at a stand- still.

State lawmakers return to
Richmond later this week to continue
working towards a compromise.


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GRAPHIC=none Virginia has taken a step towards


tougher monitoring and punishment for
sexually violent predators.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

Governor Tim Kaine yesterday
signed 12- bills into law designed to
help police and prosecutors better
track and convict those who target
children.

Rape or sodomy of a child under
the age of 13- now comes with a
mandatory sentence of 25- years to
life.

A second offense carries a
mandatory life sentence.

G-P-S devices will also be used
to monitor some offenders once they're
released from prison.


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INQ=The likelihood for




*CG 2line Bob McDonnell
Virginia Attorney General 1:18:31 BOB McDONNELL/VA ATTORNEY
GENERAL: THE LIKELIHOOD OF RE- OFFENSE
FOR CHILD SEXUAL PREDATORS IS NEARLY
100- PERCENT BECAUSE THERE'S NO KNOWN
CURE SO THESE PEOPLE HAVE TO BE TREATED
SEPARATELY.

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Virginia's sex- offender-
registry will also be updated and
improved.

Sex offenders will now have to
submit more information and face
stiffer punishments for violating
registry requirements.

Another new law improves the
screening process for civil commitment
of sexually violent predators.

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GRAPHIC=Moussaoui After deliberating for about three


hours yesterday, the jury in the
Zacarias Moussaoui trial will be back
at it again today in Alexandria.

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG 2linel Sketches:
William Hennessy, Jr. They're deciding whether the al-
Qaida conspirator should be sentenced
to death, or life in prison for failing
to alert the government to the 9- 11
plot.

In closing arguments yesterday, the
defense asked the jury not to give
Moussaoui the "martyr's death" he
wants.

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GRAPHIC=Explosion Egypt's president callt he


attacks on a popular beach resort a
"sinful terrorist action."


ENG#=3 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Dahab, Egypt

A series of bombings at the resort in
Dahab ( DAH'-hahb) has killed at least
23 people.

Dozens were injured, including three
Americans.

Some security agencies suspect al-
Qaida, but a U-S counterterrorism
official says it is not yet clear who
was behind the bombings.

The attack came a day after the
latest audio tape warning from Osama
bin Laden.

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GRAPHIC=NFL The NFL draft takes place this


coming weekend - but a report out of
California is making it hard for
Reggie Bush to enjoy the prospects of
being picked number one on Saturday.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG file File Tape

The PAC 10 conference says it is
looking into a report that Bush's
family lived in a house in Spring
Valley, California that was owned by a
man who wanted to handle their son's
professional marketing .

No big deal, except that all of
this allegedly took place while while
Bush was still playing for U-S-C.

NCAA rules prohibit
student-athletes or their families from
receiving extra benefits from agents or
their representatives.

And you would have to say that
living in a home purchased for $757-
thousand 500 dollars is somewhat of a
benefit.

Bush says the house was leased, and
nothing was illegal.

Now let's check the scoreboards.
GO TO SCORES GO TO SCORES<< *CG carolina


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1
4
Myrtle Beach
2







Lynchburg
1
4
Kinston
5


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15


Roanoke
0


Curtis Taylor - 16 Strikeouts


VMI
3
4
Birmingham-South.
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Liberty
4


Coastal Carolina

3


Final in 12 Innings
4
Boston College
8


Rhode Island
4


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Heritage
14


Liberty
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4
Jefferson Forest
4


Brookville
1


*CG mlbnl 4 >>
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3



Atlanta
2




4
Cincinnati
4


Washington
2



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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 Ten candidates are vying for three


spots on Roanoke City Council and many
are spending big bucks trying to win
over voters.

Justin McLeod has details from just
released campaign finance reports

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*CG file TV Ad
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*CG file TV Ad
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*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:23



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OQ=jm, news 7 <<((NAT SOUND OF INDEPENDENT'S


COMMERCIAL))

The Independent candidates have a
pretty large war chest.

[take graphic]

David Trinkle leads the pack, he's
raised more than 58-thousand dollars.

Gwen Mason comes in second, raising
more than 50 grand.

She's followed by the incumbent
Alfred Dowe who has raised nearly
43-thousand dollars.

Each candidate also has several
thousand dollars on hand to spend.

[end graphic]


Campaign finance reports show they
are all being largely funded by the
Business Leadership fund, a group made
up of local business leaders.

((NAT SOUND OF REPUBLICAN COMMERCIAL))

The Republican candidates also have
plenty of money in the bank.

They've decided decided to file
jointly.

[take graphic]

Stuart Revercomb (rever comb) and
Mark McConnel have raised more than
61-thousand dollars, 57 of which has
already been spent.

[end graphic]

The Democrats have spent and raised
the least, but they have something
money can't buy, name recognition.

[take graphic]

Take David Bowers.

The former mayor's contributions
total nearly eight thousand dollars.
He's taken out another 11-thousand
dollars in loans. So far, he's spent
nearly twenty grand.

[end graphic]

[take graphic]

Former state senator Granger
MacFarlane has spent twice that.


He's raised nearly 19-thousand
dollars, with another 29-thousand
coming from a loan.

[end graphic]

[take graphic]

Former city council member Bill White
has spent the least, nearly 19-thousand
dollars.

He's taken out a 16-thousand dollar
loan and raised another 8-thousand in
contributions.

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INQ= JUSTIN MCLEOD: YOU MAY HAVE NOTICED


TWO CANDIDATES ARE MISSING.
INDEPENDENTS CARL COOPER AND BILL
LOCKARD DID NOT FILE BY MONDAY'S
DEADLINE. IN CASE YOU NEED A REMINDER
THE ELECTION IS ONE WEEK FROM TODAY.
JUSTIN McLEODL, NEWS 7.

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OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=Business News



In business news, reports on consumer
confidence and home resales are due out
today.


And Monopoly is checking out some real
estate of its own.

Alexis Christoforous explains.





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INQ=Investors


*CG standup Alexis Christoforous
Reporting



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OQ=I'm AC. < (END SOT) PLATE OF ECONOMIC REPORTS THIS


MORNING... INCLUDING THE LATEST FIGURES
ON CONSUMER CONFIDENCE: WITH GASOLINE
PRICES SOARING AND INTEREST RATES ON
THE RISE, ANALYSTS EXPECT CONFIDENCE TO
HAVE DECLINES.



ALSO ON TAP, HOME RESALES FOR MARCH..
.WE'LL ALSO FIND OUT IF PRICES CONTINUE
TO FALL. THE MEDIAN PRICE OF A HOME
RESALEHAS FALLEN FOR FOUR CONSECUTIVE
MONTHS-FROM $218,000 IN OCTOBER TO
$209,000 IN FEBRUARY.

EARNINGS TO WATCH TODAY INCLUDE
AMAZON.COM, AT&T, DUPONT, JETBLUE
AIRWAYS, AND WHIRLPOOL.




ON WALL STREET...STOCKS STAYED CLOSE TO
THE FLATELINE

THE DOW

THE NASDAQ



AND OIL WLL CONTINUE TO STEAL THE
SPOTLIGHT - WITH CRUDE NEAR AN ALL TIME
HIGH AND GAS PRICES UP 25 CENTS IN JUST
THE PAST TWO WEEKS. THE NATIONAL
AVERAGE, NOW 2-91 A GALLON.



THE MONOPOLY GAME IS ROLLING THE DICE
AND CHANGING ITS LOOK - REPLACING

ATLANTIC CITY LANDMARKS WITH LEGENDARY
STREETS AND NATIONAL MONUMENTS.FANS
HAVE UNTIL MAY 12TH TO LOG ON TO
WWW.MONOPOLY.COM AND VOTE FOR THEIR
FAVORITE LANDMARKS INCLUDING NEW YORK'S
TIMES SQUARE AND SAN FRANCISCO'S GOLDEN
GATE BRIDGE. THE UPDATED MONOPOLY GAME
CALLED THE "HERE AND NOW" EDITION WILL
DEBUT THIS FALL, BUT THE ORIGINAL
VERSION WILL STILL BE AVAILABLE FOR
SENTIMENTAL FANS OF THE 71 YEAR OLD
BOARDGAME.



THAT'S YOUR MONEYWATCH... CLICK ON
CBSNEWS.COM FOR MORE - IN NY, I'M AC.






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GRAPHIC=NONE The search for a missing teenager


ended yesterday when divers recovered
his body from the Maury River in
Lexington.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Lexington


Authorities had been searching
for 16- year- old Charles Volpe
(VOLE-pee) since Sunday evening, when
he was swept over a dam near Jordan's
Point and disappeared.

Swift water rescue and dive teams
searched the river, while others
scoured the banks by foot and
helicopters circled overhead.

Ultimately, a dog trained in
search, rescue and recovery alerted
crews near the dam, and divers were
able to recover the body from 5 to 10
feet of water.

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*CG 2line Kathleen Connor
Blue and Gray Search and Rescue KATHLEEN CONNOR/BLUE AND GRAY SEARCH
AND RESCUE: THERE IS NOTHING I COULD
HAVE DONE TO PREVENT THIS, I CAN
HOWEVER HELP BRING CLOSURE TO A FAMILY
WHEN THEY HAVE LOST A LOVED ONE, AND
THAT'S WHAT HE DOES. HE IS VERY GOOD AT
THAT. HE'S VERY VERY GOOD AT THAT.

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Volpe was a sophomore at
Rockbridge County High School, and many
of his classmates stayed at the park
from Sunday night until searchers
located his body yesterday afternoon.

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GRAPHIC=Shooting Police in Chapel Hill, North


Carolina say a 17- year- old student
who fired shots in a high school is now
being evaluated.

ENG#=3 (VO-NAT)
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*CG locator Chapel Hill, NC

The ordeal started around 5 p- m
yesterday at East Chapel Hill High
School.

Police say William Foster walked
into a classroom with a gun and held a
teacher and a student hostage for

about an hour.

Foster allegedly fired a weapon
twice, but not at the women.

The school went into lockdown while
police got the situation under control.

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*CG 2line Corey Clay
East Chapel High School Senior Corey Clay /East Chapel HS Senior: We
seen, like, police running in with,
like, shotguns and, like, A-K's and,
like, little 22's and stuff and so, I
was trying to figure out what was going
on.

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Charges are pending against Foster--
and authorities are still trying to
determine a motive.

School is scheduled to be open today,
with a heightened police presence and
crisis counselors on hand

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GRAPHIC=No Contest It was standing room only as a


Roanoke man plead NO CONTEST to charges
that he killed his estranged wife and
shot her step-father.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

40-year-old Robert William Reed,
Junior entered a plea to six-counts in
connection to the September 2nd
shooting death of Sabrina Janella Reed.
*CG file September Robert Reed was reportedly
picking up his daughter at his in-law's
house when he stormed into the home-
shot and killed Sabrina and then
wounded her step-father, Osborne Lee
Vaughn.

Reed's sentencing is scheduled
for June 20th.

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GRAPHIC=None Police say a 20-year old Radford


man was setting off home-made bombs in
the city.
Take Aprisa Cottrell Full TAKE APRISA FULL

Officers arrested 20 year old
Travis Knick Cottrell charging him with
five counts of manufacturing an
explosive device.

Cottrell is a student at New
River Community College- Police say he
was throwing the

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*CG locator Radford

devices out of a second story window
of an apartment on Calhoun Street.

One of the items exploded about
15 feet from officers.

Investigators searched Cottrell's
apartment and found detonating devices
made of plastic bottles and household
chemicals.

Cottrell was released from the
NRV Jail on 15-thousand dollars bond.


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GRAPHIC=Katrina Recovery Her family was one of the many


who relocated to Texas after Hurricane
Katrina.

But, one Smith Mountain Lake
woman says she's determined to get them
back where they belong.

Myranda Stephens has more.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=






*CG locator Penhook
:00







*CG 2line Barbara Morris
New Orleans Native
:23




*CG reporter Myranda Stephens
mstephens@wdbj7.com
1:09





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(END SOT) NATS OF BARBARA TALKING @ 4115!!!!



4115 I DON'T THINK ANYBODY COULD
IMAGINE 17

(END SOT)



Like a lot of us here in Virginia,
Barbara Morris thought she had a pretty
good idea of what the damage was like
from Hurricane Katrina.

SOT FULL COVER W/PICS @!!!



1:29:14 I KINDA HAD AN EXPECTATION, BUT
IT WAS JUST TEN TIMES WORST 19

(END SOT)



Barbara went back to her native New
Orleans last month to help cleanup her

mom's home.

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3206 THE HURRICANE BLEW SOME OF HER
ROOF OFF, BUT SHE DIDN'T ACTUALLY GET
FLOODED FROM THE BREACHES AND THE
LEVEES OF THE CANAL, SHE DIDN'T GET
FLOODED FROM THAT 16

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But, the home of Barbara's youngest
sister didn't fare so well. It was
completely flooded.

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35:13 AND IT'S GOING TO BE BULLDOZED
AND THEY WANT TO REBUILD 16 UH, WHEN
THIS IS GOING TO HAPPEN, WE DON'T KNOW
20 SO THEY'RE GOING TO LIVE W/MOM 23

(END SOT)



Two very different stories, just within
one family.

But, Barbara says that's the reality of
the storm.

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3147 YOU CAN CROSS THE BRIDGE OVER THE
CANAL, ONE OF THE CANAL'S THAT FLOODED
IT FLOODED ON ONE SIDE AND NOT THE
OTHER AND THE OTHER SIDE IS JUST
TRAFFIC 55 AND PEOPLE AND STORES OPEN
AND THINGS GOING 58

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NATS OF BARBARA & MYRANDA
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It's those little signs of normalcy
that give Barbara and her family hope
-- not just for themselves, but for the
entire city.

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3748 YOU KNOW EVERYBODY SITS AND SAYS
WHAT YOU OUGHT TO DO, BUT I DON'T KNOW
IF ANYBODY CAN REALLY SOLVE IT, IT'S
GOING TO TAKE A LOT OF COOPERATION AND
A LOT OF HELP 56

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Even if that help comes from hundreds
of miles away.

Myranda Stephens, News 7, Penhook. >>
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GRAPHIC=HOLD And Morris says her family hopes


to move back home for good this summer.


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ANCHOR=Kimberly ANCHOR=Kimberly



GRAPHIC=none <<

*cg 0014 >>

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Coming up on News 7 Mornin'...



At least 23 people are dead and
dozens injured after a series of
bombings in Egypt.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And, many are spending the big


bucks to win a seat on Roanoke's City
Council.

(END VO) (END VO)


ROLL OPEN

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*CG double Kimberly McBroom >> kmcbroom@wdbj7.com
Leo Hirsbrunner
leo@wdbj7.com



*CG standup Kimberly McBroom

kmcbroom@wdbj7.com DESK 2-SHOT=Kimberly and Leo



ANCHOR=Kimberly



Welcome to News 7 Mornin'.......

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GRAPHIC=Explosion A U- S counter- terrorism


official says it's not yet clear who
was behind yesterday's attack at a
resort in Egypt.



ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Dahab, Egypt

A series of bombings at the resort in
Dahab ( DAH'-hahb) has killed at least
23 people.

Dozens were injured, including three
Americans.

Three explosions hit the central part
of the city, when streets would have
been jammed with shoppers and diners.

The attack came a day after the
latest audio tape warning from Osama
bin Laden.

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GRAPHIC=Moussaoui After deliberating for about three


hours yesterday, the jury in the
Zacarias Moussaoui trial will be back
at it again today in Alexandria.

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG 2linel Sketches:

William Hennessy, Jr. They're deciding whether the al-
Qaida conspirator should be sentenced
to death, or life in prison for failing
to alert the government to the 9- 11
plot.

In closing arguments yesterday, the
defense asked the jury not to give
Moussaoui the "martyr's death" he
wants.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=Hutcherson The for Lynchburg Mayor Carl Hutcherson


is now scheduled to begin tomorrow.

It was supposed to get underway
yesterday, but it was continued.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT His lawyers say they have new


information.

The documents- -obtained through the
"discovery" process- -reveal that
Hutcherson met with Social Security
Administration investigators more than
a year ago and apparently satisfied
them that fraud was not an issue.

The Mayor faces two counts of Social
Security fraud, among the seven charges

against him.
KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hold Hutcherson's lawyers claim federal


agents conducted a "sting operation" on
the mayor as a means of re-creating
records that had been destroyed by the
Social Security Administration.
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GRAPHIC=Gas Prices Up Gasoline prices remain on the


increase.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Triple-A reports Roanoke-region prices

NO SUPER rose about a penny yesterday.

That's not much. But in just one
month, the average price has jumped 44
cents a gallon.

The increase means gas is now 78 cents
higher than last year at this time.

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD In the wake of political pressure


from both sides of the aisle and
accusations of price gouging, President

Bush is stepping forward to put a
government gauge on gas prices.

Michael Weber reports.

ENG#=1 (SOT FULL)



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INQ=With prices at the pump




*CG locator Washington, DC
:14
*CG 2line Sen. Harry Reid

(D-NV) Minority Leader


:38 QUICK


*CG 2line Sen. Richard Durbin

(D) Illinois


:57


*CG standup Michael Weber
Reporting
1:13



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(PKG)

WITH PRICES AT THE PUMP ALREADY TOPPING
THREE DOLLARS A GALLON IN SOME

PLACES.. AMERICANS ARE LOOKING TO

WASHINGTON FOR RELIEF.



MOS there should be some government
intervention someplace, this is

ridiculous



WITH A POLITICAL URGENCY TO CALM
CONSUMER OUTRAGE.. PRESIDENT BUSH TODAY

UNVEILS A FOUR-POINT PLAN FOR REINING
IN HIGH GAS PRICES.



BUSH 15:56:44 We'll make sure that the
energy companies are pricing

their product fairly. If we catch them
gouging// we'll deal with them at

the federal government.



THE PRESIDENTS PLAN BEGINS WITH ORDERS
FOR THE JUSTICE AND ENERGY

DEPARTMENTS TO INVESTIGATE CHARGES OF
PRICE CHEATING. IT ALSO INCLUDES

THE PROMOTION OF GREATER FUEL
EFFICIENCY.



(Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), Minority
Leader)

REID throughout nevada i was
constantly asked about skyrocketing gas

prices.




CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS JUST BACK FROM A
TWO WEEK BREAK.. APPEALED FOR

PRESIDENTIAL ACTION MONDAY.



(GFX)

DEMOCRATS HAVE PITCHED A PLAN TO
ELIMINATE BILLIONS IN OIL COMPANY TAX

CUTS AND SUBSIDIES.. AND REPLACE THEM
WITH A WINDFALL TAX ON EXCESS

PROFITS.



(Sen. Richard Durbin, (D-IL))

DURBIN 17:59:40 the money is going
straight from credit cards of America

into the board rooms and profits of
these major oil companies



TAPPING RECORD OIL COMPANY PROFITS IS
SOMETHING MANY CONSUMERS WOULDNT

MIND SEEING.



MOS exxon is making billions of dollars
in profits. i understand

stockholders are happy but they're
about the only ones



CLOSE: BOTH PARTIES WANT TO GET AHEAD
ON THIS ISSUE BEFORE MIDTERM


ELECTIONS, BUT REPUBLICANS ARE
PARTICULARLY CONCERNED THEYLL PAY FOR

HIGH GAS PRICES AT THE POLLS THIS FALL.
MICHAEL WEBER, News 7.

>>
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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 Ten candidates are vying for three


spots on Roanoke City Council and many
are spending big bucks trying to win
over voters.

Justin McLeod has details from just
released campaign finance reports

ENG#=2 SOT FULL



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INQ=nat sound commercial


*CG file TV Ad
:00




*CG file TV Ad
:31




*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com
1:23




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OQ=jm, news 7 <<((NAT SOUND OF INDEPENDENT'S


COMMERCIAL))

The Independent candidates have a
pretty large war chest.

[take graphic]

David Trinkle leads the pack, he's
raised more than 58-thousand dollars.

Gwen Mason comes in second, raising
more than 50 grand.

She's followed by the incumbent
Alfred Dowe who has raised nearly
43-thousand dollars.

Each candidate also has several
thousand dollars on hand to spend.

[end graphic]

Campaign finance reports show they
are all being largely funded by the
Business Leadership fund, a group made
up of local business leaders.

((NAT SOUND OF REPUBLICAN COMMERCIAL))

The Republican candidates also have
plenty of money in the bank.

They've decided decided to file
jointly.

[take graphic]

Stuart Revercomb (rever comb) and
Mark McConnel have raised more than

61-thousand dollars, 57 of which has
already been spent.

[end graphic]

The Democrats have spent and raised
the least, but they have something
money can't buy, name recognition.

[take graphic]

Take David Bowers.

The former mayor's contributions
total nearly eight thousand dollars.
He's taken out another 11-thousand
dollars in loans. So far, he's spent
nearly twenty grand.

[end graphic]

[take graphic]

Former state senator Granger
MacFarlane has spent twice that.

He's raised nearly 19-thousand
dollars, with another 29-thousand
coming from a loan.

[end graphic]

[take graphic]

Former city council member Bill White
has spent the least, nearly 19-thousand
dollars.

He's taken out a 16-thousand dollar
loan and raised another 8-thousand in
contributions.

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INQ= JUSTIN MCLEOD: YOU MAY HAVE NOTICED


TWO CANDIDATES ARE MISSING.
INDEPENDENTS CARL COOPER AND BILL
LOCKARD DID NOT FILE BY MONDAY'S
DEADLINE. IN CASE YOU NEED A REMINDER
THE ELECTION IS ONE WEEK FROM TODAY.
JUSTIN McLEODL, NEWS 7.

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OQ=JM, NEWS 7


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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=none



In sports, Mike Stevens and Grant
Kittelson have a profile of U-V-A
linebacker Jon Copper.





ENG#=3 SOT FULL



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INQ=Good morning







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OQ=see ya in a little bit.



(END SOT) weather intro next




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OPEN# E2018 - no fade



SOT FULL Leo in Chromakey



INQ=From the skytracker



RUNS=05



OQ=your hometown weather.




Leo in Chromakey

(WX Bug)

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(WeatherPro)



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GRAPHIC=NONE Radford University may have


cancelled Quadfest, but it happened
anyway.

Students held their own
off-campus springtime party this
weekend.

And as New River Valley Bureau
Chief Rachel DePompa reports, the
police were nearly as busy THIS year as
they were last year.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
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INQ=These




*CG locator Radford
Saturday
:18
*CG 2line Trevor McKinley
Radford Univ. Freshman
:22
*CG 2line Heather Smith
Radford Univ. Sophomore
:30
*CG standup Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com
:56
*CG 2line Robert Finch
Radford Univ. Senior
1:08

*CG 2line Robert Center
Radford Univ. Graduate
1:13
*CG 2line Matthew Nicholas
Radford Univ. Senior
1:27



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This was Quadfest 2005. Students
spilled out onto the streets. Police
ended up charging 400 people and
arresting 26.

The University canceled this year's on
campus event.





NATS: sounds from loud party over the
weekend.



But Quadfest carried on.. off campus.
The students held block parties at
homes around the city.



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INQ=It was pretty fun TREVOR MCKINLEY



FRESHMAN.


17:17:04:00 IT WAS PRETTY FUN, IT GOT A
LITTLE OUT OF HAND IN SOME PLACE. FROM
WHAT I'VE HEARD, PEOPLE THAT HAVE BEEN
IN PAST YEARS. IT WAS MORE CALM. :12

RUN:08 (END SOT)



OQ=more calm.



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INQ=I thought it HEATHER SMITH SOPHOMORE.



17:21:02:00 I THOUGHT IT WAS A LOT
QUIETED DOWN. YOU KNOW. LIKE IT WASN'T
AS CRAZY AS LAST YEAR. :06 NO STOLEN
COP CARS OR ANYTHING. LAUGHS. :09

RUN:07 (END SOT)



OQ=anything (laughs)



More calm, but apparently just as busy
for police.





Officers handed out 359 charges over
the weekend.

250 people were charged on Saturday
alone.

only about 40 fewer charges than last
year's party.





SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Police actually RACHEL DEPOMPA: 17:25:46:00 TO :56


POLICE ACTUALLY ARRESTED 36 PEOPLE THIS

WEEKEND. THAT'S 10 MORE THAN LAST YEAR.
POLICE CHIEF GARY HARMON SAYS HE
BELIEVES PEOPLE CONDUCTED THEMSELVES
BETTER THIS YEAR THAN LAST YEAR.

RUN:10 (END SOT)



OQ=last year (second time)



The number of charges actually
surprised a lot of students on campus
today.



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INQ=I saw a lot of people ROBERT FINCH SENIOR.



17:16:04:00 I SAW A LOT OF PEOPLE OUT.
I SAW A LOT OF POLICE OUT, BUT I NEVER
SAW A LOT OF TICKETS BEING WRITTEN. :09

RUN:06 (END SOT)



OQ=being written.



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INQ=I live right ROBERT CENTER ALUMNI



17:18:14:00 I LIVE RIGHT DOWN THE ROAD
ALONG THE MAIN STRIP WHERE THEY ARE ALL
PARTAKING. THE POLICE WERE NOT DOING A
LOT.. THEY WERE NOT DOING A LOT. :21

RUN:08 (END SOT)



OQ=doing a lot.







Despite the numbers, everyone involved
says the event went off as planned.




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INQ=I think everybody SENIOR MATTHEW NICHOLAS



17:20:30:00 I THINK EVERYBODY HAD A
GOOD TIME. THAT WAS THE MAIN POINT. TO
COME TOGETHER YOU KNOW, KIND OF CAP OFF
A GREAT YEAR AT RADFORD. AND JUST ENJOY
YOURSELFS.:38

RUN:08 (END SOT)



OQ=just enjoy yourselves.



And the students say they will carry on
the Quadfest tradition next year,
whether or not the University jumps
back on board.

Rachel DePompa, News 7, Radford. >>
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ANCHOR=Kim ANCHOR=Kim



GRAPHIC=Business News



In business news, stocks fell
yesterday, driven in part by oil prices
and a drop in Ford shares.

And more testimonies were heard in the
Enron trial.

Stan Case reports.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=Stocks finished lower



*CG standup Stan Case
Reporting
:04


*CG 2linel Sketches by
Pat Lopez
:55


*CG file March 13
1:01

RUNS=1:20 (END SOT)



OQ=I'm Stan Case. <<--REPORTER PKG-AS FOLLOWS--



(END SOT)



STOCKS FINISHED LOWER MONDAY.



THE NASDAQ CLOSED AT 11-THOUSAND-336,
AND THE DOW WAS ALSO DOWN, CLOSING AT

2-THOUSAND-333.







OIL PRICES TUMBLED BACK NEAR 73 DOLLARS
A BARREL... MOSTLY ON PROFIT TAKING

AFTER LAST WEEK'S RECORD HIGHS.



OPEC PROMISED TO CONTINUE PUMPING NEAR
ITS MAXIMUM CAPACITY, HOWEVER THE
CARTEL

SAID IT COULD DO NOTHING ABOUT THE

HIGH PRICES.











SHARES OF FORD FELL TO A THREE-YEAR LOW
MONDAY, SINKING FIVE PERCENT.



SEVERAL ANALYSTS QUESTIONED THE
COMPANY'S EARNING POTENTIAL BASED ON
ITS FIRST

QUARTER LOSS OF 1-POINT-2 (B)ILLION
DOLLARS.



PRUDENTIAL SECURITIES LOWERED ITS PRICE
TARGET ON THE STOCK TO ABOUT SIX

DOLLARS.











CATERPILLAR REPORTED ITS FIRST QUARTER
EARNINGS ROSE 48 PERCENT FROM A YEAR
AGO

TO 840-(M)ILLION DOLLARS.



THE COMPANY CITED STRONG GLOBAL DEMAND

FOR ITS CONSTRUCTION AND MINING

EQUIPMENT.







AND, ENRON FOUNDER KENNETH LAY TOOK THE
STAND MONDAY.



LAY DECLARED HIS INNOCENCE SAYING,
"THERE'S NO WAY I COULD TAKE
RESPONSIBILITY

FOR THE CRIMINAL CONDUCT THAT I DIDN'T
KNOW ABOUT."



LAY BLAMED FORMER C-F-O ANDREW FASTOW
FOR THE COMPANY'S COLLAPSE. FASTOW WAS

THE GOVERNMENT'S CHIEF WITNESS AGAINST
LAY AND HIS CO-DEFENDENT, JEFFERY

SKILLING.



BOTH LAY AND SKILLING DENY GOVERNMENT
CHARGES OF LYING TO INVESTORS AND

EMPLOYEES ABOUT THE COMPANY'S FINANCIAL
HEALTH.







FOR THE BUSINESS BRIEF, I'M STAN CASE.






-----END-----CNN.SCRIPT



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*CG 6stox2 d
0.05
41.88
u
0.19
21.98
d
0.24
74.05
d
0.04
33.93
d
0.15
13.75


*CG 6stox3 d
0.07
46.05
d
0.03

19.64
u
0.49
56.67
d
0.10
4.65
u
0.91
64.27


*CG 6stox4 d >>
0.16
74.36
d
0.22
32.30
d
0.35
56.30
d
0.28
45.54
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0.22
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MINI-OPEN (Kim and Leo Hello)

ENG#=D1





DESK 2-SHOT---Kim and Leo





Leo---Weather Pro



LEO WEATHER PRO
DESK 2-SHOT
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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Shooting A student is being evaluated at


U-N-C Hospital after firing shots
inside a high school.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Chapel Hill, NC

The ordeal started around 5 p- m

yesterday at East Chapel Hill High
School.

Police say 17- year- old William
Foster walked into a classroom with a
gun and held a teacher and a student
hostage for about an hour.

Foster allegedly fired a weapon
twice, but not at the women.

The school went into lockdown while
police got the situation under control.

ENG#=2 (SOT FULL)
SOT FULL



INQ=We seen like




*CG 2line Corey Clay
East Chapel High School Senior Corey Clay /East Chapel HS Senior: We
seen, like, police running in with,
like, shotguns and, like, A-K's and,
like, little 22's and stuff and so, I
was trying to figure out what was going
on.

RUNS=9 (END SOT)



OQ=what was going on.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Charges are pending against Foster--
and authorities are still trying to
determine a motive.

School is scheduled to be open today,

with a heightened police presence and
crisis counselors on hand.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=No Contest He was scheduled to go before a


jury on charges of killing his wife -
but instead at the 11th hour -a Roanoke
man plead NO CONTEST.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

40-year-old Robert William Reed,
Junior entered a plea to six-counts in
connection to the September 2nd
shooting death of Sabrina Janella Reed.
*CG locator September Robert Reed was reportedly
picking up his daughter at his in-law's
house when he stormed into the home-
shot and killed Sabrina and then shot

her step-father, Osborne Lee Vaughn.

Vaughn survived, but spent months
in the hospital.

Sabrina was pronounced dead at
the scene.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=It's been very tough..




*CG 2line Michael Penn
Sabrina's Cousin
:00


*CG 2line Don Caldwell
Roanoke Commonwealth's Atty. @51:30.00
:09 MICHAEL PENN, COUSIN: IT'S BEEN VERY
TOUGH AND TODAY, WHEN WE LISTENED TO
THE EVIDENCE IT WAS LIKE LIVING THAT
DAY AGAIN. (37)

@54:50.00

DON CALDWELL, ROANOKE COMMONWEALTH'S
ATTORNEY: THIS WAS A CASE WHERE I
CONSIDERED WHERE I FELT WE HAD
OVERWHELMING EVIDENCE AND WE WERE READY
TO GO TO TRIAL. BUT IT'S ALWAYS BETTER
ON A FAMILY FOR A CASE TO PROCEED MORE
QUICKLY (02)

RUNS=19 (END SOT)



OQ=.. proceed more quickly.






VO-NAT VO-NAT



Reed's sentencing is scheduled
for June 20th.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Danville police say the victim of


an abduction over the weekend may be
reluctant to press charges against the
suspect, her estranged boyfriend.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT 22-year-old Ignacio Rivera Cisneros


is accused of forcing the girl and
their 7-month-old son into his car
Saturday night and driving off.

Police issued an Amber Alert for
the car, and it was stopped Sunday
afternoon near Reidsville, North
Carolina.

18-year-old Briana (bree-AH-nuh)
Goodwin and her son, Xavion, were not
harmed.

Cisneros was already wanted in

Pittsylvania County and now faces
charges in North Carolina as well.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Sheriff's deputies say they


caught two men trying to break into a
store in the New River Valley.
TAKE APRISA FULL APRISA

Montgomery County
deputies say they arrested Jeffrey
Bennett and Jimmy Vaughn, Junior, as
they tried to break into Mabry's
Grocery in the Indian Valley area on
Friday.

Bennett was also charged
with a robbery at the store the
previous day.
END APRISA END APRISA


Kim tosses to bump toss to bump
BUMP
COMM

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ANCHOR=LEO ANCHOR=LEO

Leo in Weather Center
WX-PRO
WEATHER SCHOOL - LEO SOLO Leo asks weather school question - SOLO






Leo toss to Kim Leo toss to Kim
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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none A German shipyard has delivered the


world's largest passenger ship to its
U-S owner.



ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Hamburg, Germany

Yesterday, the "Freedom of the Seas"
was handed over to Florida-based cruise
operator Royal Caribbean.

The 160-thousand-ton cruise liner can

carry around four thousand passengers
and offers several different pools, an
ice rink and a climbing wall.

The ship left dry dock on Sunday and
today is scheduled to sail to Oslo,
Norway, before setting out across the
Atlantic.

(END VO) (END VO)




Kim tosses to break toss to break


COMM

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HEADLINES STRAIGHT OUT OF BREAK



ANCHOR=Kimberly ANCHOR=Kimberly



GRAPHIC=none <<

*cg 0014 >>

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Coming up on News 7 Mornin'...



President Bush will unveil his
plan for reining in high gas prices
later today.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT




VO-NAT And, state lawmakers are at odds


over an increase in the gas tax.

We'll have the latest from
Richmond.

(END VO) (END VO)


ROLL OPEN

ENG#=D1




DESK 2-SHOT Kimberly and Leo

ANCHOR=Kimberly Hi/Leo Hi <<

*CG double Kimberly McBroom >> kmcbroom@wdbj7.com
Leo Hirsbrunner
leo@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Kimberly McBroom

kmcbroom@wdbj7.com DESK 2-SHOT=Kimberly and Leo



ANCHOR=Kimberly



Welcome to News 7 Mornin'.......

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GRAPHIC=none




OPEN

ENG#=D1




Kim and Leo 2-SHOT


Leo WX Pro
Currents Kim and Leo Hello
Area Forecast toss to Leo

WX-Pro

toss back to Kim
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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Gas Prices Up With Americans shelling out more


money each time they fill their gas
tanks, President Bush is expected to
unveil a four-point plan to rein in
the high fuel prices.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Washington, DC

Bush plans to announce today that
he's ordered an investigation to

find out if cheating in the markets is
causing the prices to soar.


ENG#=2 SOT FULL



SOT FULL We'll make sure that the energy
INQ=We'll make sure companies are pricing



their product fairly. If we catch them
gouging// we'll deal with them at

the federal government.

RUNS=10 (END SOT)



OQ=federal government





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Another part of the President's plan
is promoting greater fuel efficiency.

Democrats, meanwhile, have blamed the
administration for not doing enough to
curb the skyrocketing gas prices,
noting that oil companies are making
record profits.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Gas Prices Up Some state lawmakers are trying


to put the cap on efforts to raise the
gas tax.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond
File Tape The state Senate is considering a
plan to put a six cent- tax on every
gallon of gasoline taken out of
Virginia terminals.

Senators also propose raising the
tax on diesel fuel by a penny and a
half.

Citing high gas prices, House
leaders yesterday called on the Senate
to bag the tax increases.

One Senator, who supports the
plan, admits it's becoming increasingly
harder to sell.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=Because of the fact that




*CG 2line Sen. Emmett Hanger

(R) Mt. Solon 1:31:11 SEN. EMMETT HANGER/(R) MT.

:00 SOLON: BECAUSE OF THE FACT THAT IT'S
GETTING TREMENDOUSLY HIGH AND PEOPLE
WILL BE SEEKING ALTERNATIVES MY
PERSONAL OPINION IS THAT IT MAKES IT
MORE PALATABLE TO LOOK AT ANOTHER TYPE
OF USER FEE AND THAT'S TOLLS.
*CG 2line Del. Morgan Griffith 15:16 DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/(R) SALEM:

(R) Salem MOST PEOPLE UNDERSTAND IF YOU CHARGE

:12 THEM AN ADDITIONAL COST OF SIX CENTS,
IT'S GOING TO SHOW UP AT THE GAS PUMP
IN A MATTER OF DAYS.

RUNS=19 (END SOT)



OQ=at the gas pump in a matter of days.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Disputes over how to fund
transportation have left budget
negotiations at a stand- still.

State lawmakers return to
Richmond later this week to continue
working towards a compromise.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none Virginia has taken a step towards


tougher monitoring and punishment for
sexually violent predators.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond


Governor Tim Kaine yesterday
signed 12- bills into law designed to
help police and prosecutors better
track and convict those who target
children.

Rape or sodomy of a child under
the age of 13- now comes with a
mandatory sentence of 25- years to
life.

A second offense carries a
mandatory life sentence.

G-P-S devices will also be used
to monitor some offenders once they're
released from prison.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=The likelihood for




*CG 2line Bob McDonnell
Virginia Attorney General 1:18:31 BOB McDONNELL/VA ATTORNEY
GENERAL: THE LIKELIHOOD OF RE- OFFENSE
FOR CHILD SEXUAL PREDATORS IS NEARLY
100- PERCENT BECAUSE THERE'S NO KNOWN
CURE SO THESE PEOPLE HAVE TO BE TREATED
SEPARATELY.

RUNS=07 (END SOT)



OQ=have to be treated separately.





VO-NAT VO-NAT




Virginia's sex- offender-
registry will also be updated and
improved.

Sex offenders will now have to
submit more information and face
stiffer punishments for violating
registry requirements.

Another new law improves the
screening process for civil commitment
of sexually violent predators.

(END VO) (END VO)



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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Moussaoui The fate of the first person


tried in the U-S in connection to 9-11
attacks is in the hands of a jury.

Zacarias Moussaoui, an admitted
Al Qaeda conspirator, faces life in
prison or the death penalty.

Brianna Keilar is in Washington
D-C with the latest.



ENG#= SOT FULL
SOT FULL




INQ=Weeks of heartwrenching




*CG 2linel Sketches by
Bill Hennessy
:00


*CG 2line Rosemary Dillard
Lost Family Member on 9/11
:34


*CG 2line Pete White
Former Federal Prosecutor
1:03


*CG standup Brianna Keilar
Reporting
1:15



RUNS=1:23 (END SOT)



OQ=News 7 <<--REPORTER PKG-AS FOLLOWS--



(END SOT) ----TRACK----



WEEKS OF HEARTWRENCHING EVIDENCE...



---SOT---



Melissa Doi

MD: I'm going to die, aren't I?

Operator: No No No No No

MD: I am going to die.




----TRACK----



OVER THE COURSE OF THE ZACARIAS
MOUSSAOUI TRIAL ... EMOTIONAL TESTIMONY
WAS

PUNCTUATED BY SERIOUS LEGAL MISSTEPS
AND HATEFUL OUTBURSTS IN COURT.



NOW ... IT IS ALL IN THE HANDS OF THE
JURY.



IN CLOSING ARGUMENTS ... PROSECUTOR
DAVID RASKIN REMINDED THE COURT HOW
VICTIMS

WERE "VAPORIZED" WHEN THE PLANES
SLAMMED INTO BUILDINGS OR WERE "CRUSHED
BY

CONCRETE" WHEN THOSE BUILDINGS
COLLAPSED.



HIS COMMENTS FOLLOWED 30 SEPTEMBER
ELEVENTH FAMILIES WHO TESTIFIED FOR THE

PROSECUTION.



----SOT----



For any man or woman to sit there and
smile at the death of children, to make

light of the pain and suffering of
others, what reason does that person
have to


live?



----TRACK----



MORE THAN A DOZEN 9/11 FAMILIES ... WHO
SAY KILLING MOUSSAOUI WILL MAKE HIM A

MARTYR ... TOOK THE STAND FOR THE
DEFENSE.



MOUSSAOUI'S LAWYERS GREATEST OBSTACLE
PROVED EARLY ON TO BE THEIR OWN CLIENT.



MOUSSAOUI FIRST TESTIFIED IN MARCH THAT
HE WAS SUPPOSED TO FLY A FIFTH PLANE ON

9-11... INTO THE WHITE HOUSE.



HIS LAWYERS ARGUE HE MADE IT ALL UP.



----SOT----



The governments main weakness in this
case is the lack of their own evidence
to

corroborate Moussaoui's admission that
he was to be part of the September
11th,

2001 attacks.



STANDUP -- JURORS MUST COME TO A
UNANIMOUS DECISION FOR MOUSSAOUI TO
RECEIVE


THE DEATH PENALTY.

IN WASHINGTON, I'M BRIANNA KEILAR.

-----END-----CNN.SCRIPT>>


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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Explosion Egypt's president callt he


attacks on a popular beach resort a
"sinful terrorist action."

ENG#=4 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Dahab, Egypt

A series of bombings at the resort in
Dahab ( DAH'-hahb) has killed at least
23 people.

Dozens were injured, including three
Americans.

Some security agencies suspect al-
Qaida, but a U-S counterterrorism
official says it is not yet clear who
was behind the bombings.

The attack came a day after the
latest audio tape warning from Osama
bin Laden.

(END VO) (END VO)


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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NFL The NFL draft takes place this


coming weekend - but a report out of
California is making it hard for
Reggie Bush to enjoy the prospects of
being picked number one on Saturday.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

The PAC 10 conference says it is
looking into a report that Bush's
family lived in a house in Spring
Valley, California that was owned by a
man who wanted to handle their son's
professional marketing .

No big deal except that all of
this allegedly took place while while
Bush was still playing for U-S-C.

NCAA rules prohibit
student-athletes or their families from
receiving extra benefits from agents or
their representatives and you would
have to say that living in a home
purchased for $757 thousand 500 bucks
is somewhat of a benefit. Bush says
the house was leased and nothing was
illegal.


Now let's check the scoreboards.
GO TO SCORES GO TO SCORES<< *CG carolina


Salem
1
4
Myrtle Beach
2






Lynchburg
1
4
Kinston
5


*CG colbaseb 4
Ferrum
15


Roanoke
0


Curtis Taylor - 16 Strikeouts


VMI
3

4
Birmingham-South.
7


*CG colbaseb 4
Liberty
4


Coastal Carolina
3


Final in 12 Innings
4
Boston College
8


Rhode Island
4


*CG hsbaseb 4
Heritage
14


Liberty
8




4
Jefferson Forest

4


Brookville
1


*CG mlbnl 4 >>
Milwaukee
3


Atlanta
2




4
Cincinnati
4


Washington
2



RUNS=25 END OF SCORES



OC=...LAST SCORES


weather intro next weather intro next

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ENG# D1 ANCHOR=Leo



OPEN# E2018 - no fade



SOT FULL Leo in Chromakey



INQ=From the skytracker



RUNS=05



OQ=your hometown weather.




Leo in Chromakey

(WX BUG)

(WX BUG) (WeatherPro)





(WeatherPro)



Leo goes back to desk

Leo goes back to desk DESK 2-SHOT---Leo and Kim



DESK 2-SHOT---Leo and Kim



(tease and toss to bumps)


PSA

Lottery-Bump----NOT ON MONDAYS


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INQ=






*CG wakeup Debra Noel
Buchanan



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Leo Weather Pro DESK 2-SHOT---Kim and Leo




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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Radford University Radford University students held


their "unofficial" quadfest this
weekend, and police were apparently
just as busy as last year.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
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*CG locator Radford
Saturday Officers charged 349 people from
Thursday to Saturday during the annual
spring-time celebration.

That number is down from last
year, when 400 people were charged.

36 people were actually arrested.

That's 10 more people than last
year.

Students we talked to yesterday,
say this year's event was pretty calm
and they are surprised at the number of
charges handed out.

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*CG 2line Heather Smith
Radford University Sophomore HEATHER SMITH SOPHOMORE.
:00 17:21:02:00 I THOUGHT IT WAS ALOT
QUIETED DOWN. YOU KNOW. LIKE IT WASN'T

AS CRAZY AS LAST YEAR. :06 NO STOLEN
COP CARS OR ANYTHING. LAUGHS. :09 *CG 2line Robert Finch
Radford University Senior ROBERT FINCH SENIOR.
:08 17:15:38:00 IT WAS A LOT MORE RELAXED
THAN USUAL. :41 THERE WEREN'T AS MANY
POLICE HERE. THERE WEREN'T AS MANY
PEOPLE HERE AT ALL. :44

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Police Chief Gary Harmon says
overall people conducted themselves
much better this year than last year.

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GRAPHIC=Katrina Recovery Her family was one of the many


who relocated to Texas after Hurricane
Katrina.

But, one Smith Mountain Lake
woman says she's determined to get them
back where they belong.


Myranda Stephens has more.

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*CG locator Penhook
:00






*CG 2line Barbara Morris
New Orleans Native
:23




*CG reporter Myranda Stephens
mstephens@wdbj7.com
1:09





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4115 I DON'T THINK ANYBODY COULD
IMAGINE 17

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Like a lot of us here in Virginia,
Barbara Morris thought she had a pretty

good idea of what the damage was like
from Hurricane Katrina.

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1:29:14 I KINDA HAD AN EXPECTATION, BUT
IT WAS JUST TEN TIMES WORST 19

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Barbara went back to her native New
Orleans last month to help cleanup her
mom's home.

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3206 THE HURRICANE BLEW SOME OF HER
ROOF OFF, BUT SHE DIDN'T ACTUALLY GET
FLOODED FROM THE BREACHES AND THE
LEVEES OF THE CANAL, SHE DIDN'T GET
FLOODED FROM THAT 16

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But, the home of Barbara's youngest
sister didn't fare so well. It was
completely flooded.

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35:13 AND IT'S GOING TO BE BULLDOZED
AND THEY WANT TO REBUILD 16 UH, WHEN
THIS IS GOING TO HAPPEN, WE DON'T KNOW
20 SO THEY'RE GOING TO LIVE W/MOM 23

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Two very different stories, just within
one family.

But, Barbara says that's the reality of
the storm.


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3147 YOU CAN CROSS THE BRIDGE OVER THE
CANAL, ONE OF THE CANAL'S THAT FLOODED
IT FLOODED ON ONE SIDE AND NOT THE
OTHER AND THE OTHER SIDE IS JUST
TRAFFIC 55 AND PEOPLE AND STORES OPEN
AND THINGS GOING 58

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NATS OF BARBARA & MYRANDA
STANDING/TALKING!!!!!

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It's those little signs of normalcy
that give Barbara and her family hope
-- not just for themselves, but for the
entire city.

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3748 YOU KNOW EVERYBODY SITS AND SAYS
WHAT YOU OUGHT TO DO, BUT I DON'T KNOW
IF ANYBODY CAN REALLY SOLVE IT, IT'S
GOING TO TAKE A LOT OF COOPERATION AND
A LOT OF HELP 56

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Even if that help comes from hundreds
of miles away.

Myranda Stephens, News 7, Penhook. >>
KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD And Morris says her family hopes


to move back home for good this summer.



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Leo weather pro LEO WX Pro


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Here's a look at today's top stories.

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ENG#1




*CG locator Roanoke

A Roanoke man was scheduled to go
before a jury on charges of killing his
wife.

But at the last minute - Robert
William Reed, Junior pleaded NO CONTEST
in the September shooting death of
Sabring Janella Reed.


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*CG locator Roanoke


Ten candidates are vying for three
spots on Roanoke City Council, and many
are shelling out major money trying to
win over voters.

Campaign finance reports show
Republican candidates leading the way,
with Stuart Revercomb and Mark McConnel
raising more than 61- thousand dollars.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#3 Danville police say the victim of an


abduction over the weekend may be
reluctant to press charges against the
suspect, her estranged boyfriend.

Ignacio Rivera Cisneros is accused
of forcing Briana Goodwin and their
infant son into his car Saturday night
and driving off.

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GRAPHIC=NONE The search for a missing teenager


ended yesterday when divers recovered
his body from the Maury River in
Lexington.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Lexington

Authorities had been searching
for 16- year- old Charles Volpe
(VOLE-pee) since Sunday evening, when
he was swept over a dam near Jordan's
Point and disappeared.

Swift water rescue and dive teams
searched the river, while others
scoured the banks by foot and
helicopters circled overhead.

Ultimately, a dog trained in
search, rescue and recovery alerted
crews near the dam, and divers were
able to recover the body from 5 to 10
feet of water.

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*CG 2line Kathleen Connor
Blue and Gray Search and Rescue KATHLEEN CONNOR/BLUE AND GRAY SEARCH
AND RESCUE: THERE IS NOTHING I COULD
HAVE DONE TO PREVENT THIS, I CAN
HOWEVER HELP BRING CLOSURE TO A FAMILY
WHEN THEY HAVE LOST A LOVED ONE, AND
THAT'S WHAT HE DOES. HE IS VERY GOOD AT
THAT. HE'S VERY VERY GOOD AT THAT.

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Volpe was a sophomore at
Rockbridge County High School, and many
of his classmates stayed at the park
from Sunday night until searchers
located his body yesterday afternoon.

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Shooting Police in Chapel Hill, North


Carolina say a 17- year- old student
who fired shots in a high school is now
being evaluated.

ENG#=2 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Chapel Hill, NC

The ordeal started around 5 p- m
yesterday at East Chapel Hill High
School.

Police say William Foster walked
into a classroom with a gun and held a

teacher and a student hostage for
about an hour.

Foster allegedly fired a weapon
twice, but not at the women.

The school went into lockdown while
police got the situation under control.

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INQ=We seen like




*CG 2line Corey Clay
East Chapel High School Senior Corey Clay /East Chapel HS Senior: We
seen, like, police running in with,
like, shotguns and, like, A-K's and,
like, little 22's and stuff and so, I
was trying to figure out what was going
on.

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Charges are pending against Foster--
and authorities are still trying to
determine a motive.

School is scheduled to be open today,
with a heightened police presence and
crisis counselors on hand

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Police say a 20-year old Radford


man was setting off home-made bombs in
the city.
Take Aprisa Cottrell Full TAKE APRISA FULL

Officers arrested 20 year old
Travis Knick Cottrell charging him with
five counts of manufacturing an
explosive device.

Cottrell is a student at New
River Community College- Police say he
was throwing the

ENG#=4 WIPE TO VO-NAT
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*CG locator Radford

devices out of a second story window
of an apartment on Calhoun Street.

One of the items exploded about
15 feet from officers.

Investigators searched Cottrell's

apartment and found detonating devices
made of plastic bottles and household
chemicals.

Cottrell was released from the
NRV Jail on 15-thousand dollars bond.

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GRAPHIC=none



In sports, the Roanoke College baseball
team hosted Ferrum last night.

Mike Stevens has those highlights.





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OQ=your hometown weather.




Leo in Chromakey Leo in Chromakey


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GRAPHIC=none

*cg 0017

Now here's a look at today's top local
stories.




VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#1 Virginia has taken a step towards


tougher monitoring and punishment for
sexually violent predators. Yesterday,
Governor Tim Kaine signed 12- bills
into law designed to help police and
prosecutors better track and convict
those who target children.









VO-NAT VO-NAT



ENG#2 And, Triple-A reports Roanoke-region


prices rose about a penny yesterday.

In just one month, the average price
has jumped 44 cents a gallon.

The increase means gas is now 78 cents
higher than last year at this time.



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