06/07/06

News 7 at 5


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CAPTION:Amendment Fails

A proposed Constitutional amendment
banning gay marriage fails to pass in
the U-S Senate.
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CAPTION:Percy Walton

A man convicted of the murders three
people in Danville may not be executed
tomorrow after all.


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CAPTION: Showers Coming

A fast moving weather system will bring
showers to the region tomorrow.


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CAPTION: Sweet Goodbyes

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


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com

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GRAPHIC=None A federal judge has temporarily


halted the execution of a convicted
murderer from Danville.

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*CG file File Tape

Percy Walton was scheduled to be put
to death tomorrow night by lethal
injection.

But U-S District Judge Rebecca Beach
Smith granted a stay based on

Walton's challenge that Virginia's
lethal injection practices are

unconstitutional.

The U-S Supreme Court is in the
process of deciding another case that
challenges execution methods.

Smith ruled today that Walton's
execution should be stayed until the
high court rules in that case.

Walton pled guilty to the 1998
murders of Jessie and Elizabeth
Kendrick and Archie Moore. The victims
were robbed and shot in the head.


The state is appealing today's
decision.

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GRAPHIC=Gay Marriage It's a victory for those in favor


of same sex marriage... President
Bush's call for a constitutional
amendment banning same sex marriage
failed in the Senate.

But as Aleen Sirgany reports, the
fight may not be over yet.

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*CG locator Brooklyn, NY
:00


*CG 2line Jo-ann Shain
Same Sex Marriage Advocate
:14


*CG 2line Sen. David Vitter

(R) Louisiana


:44



*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
CBS News
:55


*CG 2line Sen. Dick Durbin

(D) Illinois


1:17



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OQ=News 7. < (END SOT) kennedy have been together for 24 years


and have raised a daughter together..
now they're hoping wednesdays' defeat
in the senate brings them one step
closer to their dream.. To legally get
married.

Jo-Ann Shain/Same Sex Marriage
Advocate:

Wednesday.. The senate rejected a
constiutional ammendement that would
ban same sex marriage. the vote 49 to
48 was 11 short of the two-thirds
majority needed to move the measure
forward. President bush who
aggressively pursued the ban says he is
disappointed.. But he and other backers
vowed to continue to build support.

Sen. David Vitter/R-Louisiana
(11:05:29)


"I think we will get there simply
because the American people know this
is important. The American people know
traditional marriage is a vital
institution."

Aleen Sirgany/CBS News: Supporters
claim the majority of Americans define
marriage as the union between a man and
woman.. and they point to the 45 states
that have taken legal steps to ensure
that same sex couples can not tie the
knot.

Massachusetts is the only state in the
U-S that has legalized same sex
marriages.

Opponents say the proposed amendment
has nothing to do with the preservation
of marriage.

Sen. Dick Durbin/D-Illinois:

"The Republican majority believes if
they can bring these issues which fire
up their political base to the floor
that they will have better luck in the
November election."

Before Election Day arrives...the House
is expected to debate the same sex
marriage ban...but it appears unlikely
to pass there either.

Gay couples across the nation..

including joanne shain and her family
will be watching.

Aleen Sirgany, CBS News, Washington for
News 7.

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GRAPHIC=None The city of Salem will need a new


school superintendent. Wayne Tripp is
retiring.

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*CG locator Salem

Tripp served nearly 17-and- a-half
years at Salem and is looking forward
to a new start as an assistant
professor for Virginia Tech.

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INQ=I've had a wonderful




*CG 2line Wayne Tripp
Salem Superintendent 1:19 WAYNE TRIPP/ SALEM SUPERINTENDENT

I'VE HAD A WONDERFUL RUN HERE AT SALEM
THINGS HAVE GONE EXTREMELY WELL FOR A
LONG LONG TIME AND I THINK THE

ORGANIZATION CAN USE A NEW PERSPECTIVE
AND I THINK I COULD USE A FRESH START.

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OQ=i could use a fresh





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Tripp doesn't know who will take his
place, but the school board has until
November to find a new superintendent.

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GRAPHIC=None With the school year coming to a


close and no budget in place in
Richmond, many schools in our area say
they have to adjust when it comes to
teacher contracts.

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*CG locator Franklin Co.
File Tape Earlier this year, Franklin
County approved a four-percent raise

for the 600 teachers in the county's
school system.

But, with the uncertainty of
state funds, school officials say that
could change.

That's why administrators added
language to this year's contracts,
warning teachers of the possibility.

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INQ=IF BY CHANCE




*CG 2line Horella Johnson
Franklin County Schools 334 HORELLA JOHNSON/FRANKLIN CO.
SCHOOLS: IF BY CHANCE, SOMETHING
CHANGES IN RICHMOND, WHICH WE DON'T
THINK THAT IT IS, WE CERTAINLY HOPE
WILL NOT CHANGE, THEN THEY KNOW THAT
WE'LL MAKE WHATEVER ADJUSTMENTS 47

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OQ=WHATEVER ADJUSTMENTS





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Officials say any adjustments
will have to first be approved by the
board of supervisors.

Coming up on News 7 at Six, we'll
tell you how some other schools in our
area are handling the situation.


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GRAPHIC=None There's no question these days


child obesity is a problem.

Nationally, the percentage of
young people who are overweight has
more than tripled since the 80's.

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MICROWAVE New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa joins us from Blacksburg
where a local school system is taking a
strong stance against the problem.

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*CG live Rachel DePompa
rdepompa@wdbj7.com Jean, The Montgomery County Blacksburg School Board adopted a new wellness
policy last night.

Some parents say it's a pretty
tough policy, but school official say
it's necessary to make sure kids are
healthy and learning healthy habits.




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INQ=lunch at kipps




*CG locator Montgomery Co.
:00


*CG 2line Karen Hall
Kipps Elementary Cafeteria Manager
:12
*CG 2line Tiffany Anderson
Montgomery Co. Superintendent
:27
*CG 2line Danny Knott
Blacksburg Middle School Principal
:43
*CG 2line Angela Richert
Blacksburg Middle School Parent
:1:19
*CG 2line Chantel Greenfield
Blacksburg Middle School Parent
:1:27



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busy time.



NATS 19:37:18:00 SETS DOWN HANDLE
SOUND.. THANK YOU SWEETHEART...




And cafeteria workers say the children
usually have the snack shack on their
minds.



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INQ=The first thing KAREN HALL



19:53:36:00 THE FIRST THING THEY WOULD
ASK FOR BEFORE THEY EVEN GOT ANYTHING
ON THE TRAY IS DO YOU HAVE ANY SNACKS
TODAY. :40 THAT'S THE FIRST THING THEY
WANTED (LAUGHS). :42

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OQ=wanted (laughs)



But ice cream and Little Debbie cakes
will be a thing of the past next year.

School will no longer be offering up
sweet treats.



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INQ=as educators DR. ANDERSON: 19:52:17:00 AS EDUCATORS


WE REALLY ARE ROLE MODELS AND IT'S ARE
DUTY TO TEACH WHAT APPROPRIATE HEALTHY
RELATED CHOICES WOULD LOOK LIKE. :23

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OQ=look like.



Starting next year ALL the vending
machines will only be filled with
healthy snacks and drinks.


Blacksburg Middle School's principal
says his students won't notice a
change.



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INQ=We don't DANNY KNOT 8:15:00 WE DON'T ALLOW ARE


STUDENTS TO HAVE SODAS ANYTHING
CARBONATED DURING THE SCHOOL DAY. THEY
CAN BRING A SPORTS DRINK FOR THEIR
LUNCH IF THEY WANT TO FROM HOME, BUT WE
DON'T SELL THOSE THINGS. :26

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INSERT GRAPHIC

Also under the new policy, each school
will create wellness committees made up
of parents and staff.

Teachers will not be able to offer
unhealthy foods as rewards

and school sponsored fundraisers also
can not involve sweet treats.

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NATS: kids out of school sounds...



And schools will encourage more after
school activies like walking and
running clubs. All ideas, many parents
we found, seemed to like.




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INQ=My husband and ANGELA RICHERT SON AT BMS.. 7TH GRADER



6:47:00 MY HUSBAND AND I ARE TRYING TO
DO A BETTER JOB OF PROVIDING HEALTHY
SNACKS AND FOODS AT HOME SO I THINK
IT'S A GREAT IDEA. :54

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OQ=great idea.



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INQ=It's a strong stance CHANTEL GREENFIELD 5:39:00 IT'S A


STRONG STANCE TO TAKE AND THEY'RE GOING
TO GET A LOT OF FEEDBACK POSITIVE AND
NEGATIVE ON THIS. BECAUS IT'S NEW AND A
LOT OF PEOPLE DON'T LIKE CHANGE. CHANGE
IS ALWAYS MET WITH ADVERSITY. :48 I
THINK IT'S A GOOD IDEA. :50.

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OQ=it's a good idea.





LIVE= LIVE FULL

*CG liveloc Blacksburg

Children got out of school today,
but they are back at the end of August.

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J, That's when all the changes
will be in place.
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CAM Coming up next on the newscast,
we'll tell you why the Carilion
employee is crossing the road.

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*CG tease DOZIER HOME

Plus CBS correspondent Kimberly Dozier
is back in the U-S as she tries to
recover from the injuries she suffered

in Iraq.

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ANCHOR ON CAM The man accused of killing a Clemson
GRAPHIC=None University Student is behind bars... in


South Carolina.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Pickens Co., SC Jerry Buck Inman was led out of a
police car today in handcuffs and into
jail....

He faces multiple charges in the
death of a student found strangled with
her bikini top.

Today the victim's mother talked
from home in Missouri ... about what

the arrest means to the family.

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*CG 2line Bren Souers
Victim's Mother 14 BREN SOUERS/VICTIM'S MOTHER:
INITIALLY RELIEF AND THEN LOTS OF ANGER
CAUSE NOW THAT WE'VE SEEN HIS FACE
WE'RE STARTING TO VISUALIZE WHAT MAY
HAVEH HAPPENED THAT NIGHT LITTLE
TURMOIL WITH THAT BUT CERTAINLY RELIEF
THAT HE'S OFF THE STREETS



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OQ=OFF THE STREETS





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Inman.. who is a registred sex
offender.. was arrested last night near
his parents home in Dandridge-
Tennessee.

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GRAPHIC=Dozier Injured CBS reporter Kimberly


Dozier is back in the United States..

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*CG locator Andrews AFB 24 plus

The plane carrying Dozier arrived at
Andrews Air Force base within the past
hour...

She left Germany earlier... today
aboard a military aircraft.
*CG locator Ramstein AFB, Germany

CBS executives say Dozer had her
first physical therapy on her legs..
and that the swelling in her face has
gone down.

Dozer was seriously wounded in a
car bombing in Baghdad last week.

That Memorial Day bombing killed
two CBS crew members who were traveling
with Dozier.





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GRAPHIC=Carilion Carilion Health System has


implemented a new smoking policy to
clear the air at its Roanoke hospitals.

But the change is also raising
complaints among employees who must now
leave the property to smoke a
cigarette.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Employees at Carilion Roanoke
Memorial now take their smoking breaks
under the Jefferson Street Bridge
across the street from the hospital
entrance.

Some complain that the action is
discriminatory because visitors and
patients are still allowed to smoke in
designated areas on hospital grounds.

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INQ=First of all I don't




*CG 2line Chevis Swearingen
Dining Services Employee CHEVIS SWEARINGEN/DINING SERVICES :00 EMPLOYEE: FIRST OF ALL I DON'T THINK
IT'S FAIR THAT EMPLOYEES ARE FORCED TO
COME ACROSS THE STREET UNDER A BRIDGE

TO SMOKE WHERE THE PATIENTS AND
VISITORS ARE STILL ALLOWED TO SMOKE.
*CG 2line Eric Earnhart
Carilion Spokesman ERIC EARNHART/CARILION SPOKESMAN: WE'RE :14 TAKING IT ONE STEP AT A TIME. AND WE
STARTED BY MAKING OUR WORKPLACE SMOKE
FREE FOR OUR EMPLOYEES, BUT WE DO
INTEND IN THE FUTURE TO MAKE THE
WORKPLACE SMOKE FREE FOR PATIENTS AND
VISITORS AS WELL. THAT WILL TAKE A
LITTLE MORE TIME TO IMPLEMENT, BUT THAT
IS CERTAiNLY THE GOAL.

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OQ=but that is certainly the goal.



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Spokesman Eric Earnhart says the
policy was implemented to improve the
health of the communities Carilion
serves, and that includes the
hospital's employees.

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GRAPHIC=None Breast cancer affects millions of


American women but it hits one group
especially hard.
Roll Healthcheck Animation Roll Healthcheck Animation

A new study finds, in general, african
americans are

more likely to have a particularly
aggressive and lethal form of the

disease.

Doctor David Marks has more in this
Healthcheck 7 report.

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INQ=




*CG locator New York, NY
:00 QUICK
*CG 2line Shirley Hill
Cancer Patient
:05


*CG 2line Dr. Alison Estabrook
St. Luke's Roosevelt
:19 QUICK



*CG 2line Dr. David Marks
CBS News
:24



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OQ= <


(END SOT) Shirley Hill/Breast Cancer Patient



Dr. Alison Estabrook/St. Luke's
Roosevelt

Dr. David Marks/CBS NEWS/New York, NY





PKG



(New York, NY)

SHIRLEY HILL WAS SHOCKED WHEN SHE WAS
DIAGNOSED WITH BREAST CANCER LAST

SUMMER.



(SOT- Shirley Hill/Breast Cancer


Patient)

"I usually get a mammogram every year,
so thank god you know I did that."



ACCORDING TO STATISTICS AFRICAN
AMERICAN WOMEN HAVE A LOWER RISK OF

BREAST CANCER THAN WHITES BUT THEY FARE
WORSE.




(SOT-Dr. Alison Estabrook/St. Luke's


Roosevelt)

"when they do get breast cancer,
especially when they are pre-menopausal

the cancers are generally more
aggressive."



(STANDUP: Dr. David Marks/CBS NEWS/New
York, NY)

THE OVERALL BREAST CANCER SURVIVAL RATE
FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN IS

ALSO WORSE. DOCTORS AREN'T SURE WHY BUT
A NEW STUDY IN THIS WEEK'S

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL
ASSOCIATION SUGGESTS PART OF THE REASON

IS AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN TEND TO
DEVELOP A MORE AGGRESSIVE TYPE OF

TUMOR CALLED A BASAL-LIKE BREAST
CANCER.



(nats)

39 PERCENT OF PRE-MENOPAUSAL AFRICAN
AMERICAN WOMEN HAD A BASAL-LIKE

TUMOR COMPARED TO ONLY 16 PERCENT OF
NON-BLACK WOMEN.

SAINT LUKE'S ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL'S
DOCTOR ALISON ESTABROOK SAYS THIS

INFORMATION SHOULD HELP DOCTORS BE MORE
VIGILANT IN SCREENING FOR AND IN


TREATING BREAST CANCER IN THIS HIGH
RISK POPULATION.



(SOT-Dr. Alison Estabrook/St. Luke's


Roosevelt)

"I think they are going to be treated,
because of this study with

chemotherapy more aggresively and maybe
even when the cancers are

smaller than the cutoff point now."



SHIRLEY IS NOW TUMOR FREE.



(SOT- Shirley Hill/Breast Cancer


Patient)

"It's like any other disease. Get rid
of it, do what you have to do to

get rid of it and move on."



WHILE THIS MORE AGGRESSIVE TUMOR HELPS
EXPLAIN WHY AFRICAN AMERICAN

BREAST CANCER VICTIMS HAVE A WORSE
PROGNOSIS.... IT'S ONLY PART OF THE

REASON.

EXPERTS THINK LACK OF ACCESS TO HEALTH
CARE AND TREATMENT ALSO PLAYS A

ROLE.

DOCTOR DAVID MARKS, CBS NEWS.




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Up next on the newscast, Robin Reed
will have our forecast.

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*CG tease $UMMERTIME

Then .. Are summer jobs are just as
good for the community as they are for
teenagers? The answer coming up.

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It has been a busy day in the Sports

world. Mike Stevens is up next with
news--- Another local player begins his


journey to the major leagues.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease ED GREEN

Also the lure of the game is pulling a
former head coach back to college
basketball.

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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody and


welcome to the midweek ticker. For the
second straight day, a local baseball
player has been selected in the big
league draft.

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*CG locator Charlottesville
This Season UVA's Tom Hagan was picked up :00 today in the 39th round by the
Pittsburgh Pirates. The one time multi
sport star at Cave Spring hit .357 for
the Cavaliers this past season, driving
in 41 runs and stealing 19 bases in 22
attempts. An all ACC selection, Hagan
will likely play in the outfield as a
professional. In 2002 after high
school graduation, Hagan had to sweat
out 50 rounds, without being drafted.
So, 89 rounds and 4 years later, he'll
finally get a shot at the next level.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM One of the state's best college



head basketball coaches back in the
late 70s and throughout the 80s is back
on the college bench as a head coach.

Ed Green - who won enough games
to get into the Roanoke College hall of
fame has accepted the head coaching job
at Virginia Western Communicty College.

Green was an assistant under Page
Moir at Roanoke last year - but is
excited about being at the fore front
of Western's push to upgrade its
programs.

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INQ=I LOVE ROANOKE COLLEGE...




*CG 2line Ed Green
New Virginia Western Head Coach
:05





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OQ=...MEN AND THE WOMEN."





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*CG locator Roanoke

Green was the head coach at
Roanoke from 1977 through 1989. During
that time his teams won 260 games and

lost just 83 - averaging 22 wins a
year.
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OQ=...athletic career MIKE ON CAMERA

MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM The Virginia Western team will


play its games on campus on Colonial
Avenue against other Community Colleges
in the state, college jayvee teams and
some of the postgraduate military
school teams.
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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM And finally we begin with


baseball and end on the diamond.

The Houston Astros beat the
Chicago Cubs this afternoon.


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*CG locator Houston, TX
Fox Sports - Houston The only score of the game came
in the bottom of the third inning as
Brad Ausmus lifted this solo homerun
into the left field bleachers to stakes
the Astros to a 1-to-nothing lead. *CG final Chicago
0 There were only a combined 8 hits Houston in this game.
1 Houston wins it 1-to-nothing.




NL



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MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM The Astros farm team - the Salem


Avalanche is home tonight for the final
time this week. The Avs wrap up a
three game series with Frederick
tonight at 7 at Salem Memorial.

Take care everybody. Jean will
be back in a moment.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Stocks closed lower again today as


concerns about inflation and interest
rates continue to rattle investors.

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

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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.>>




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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=none Most of us had one in high school


or college.. and may not have realized
how important it was -- a summer job.

As Bob Grebe (Gree-bee) found
out, part-time seasonal work is more
than just a job for students looking to
earn some extra cash.

It's also a vital part of the
local ecomony.



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*CG locator Roanoke
:05
*CG 2line Bruce Johannessen
Virginia Employment Commission
:24


*CG 2line Tex Caldwell
Kroger Store Manager
:55




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OQ= BG, News 7.





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(((:02))) Bruce Johannessen - "I think the jobs
BYTE= "I think the jobs are here in the are here in the Roanoke Valley right

Roanoke Valley right now." now."
{{{Quick montage of some help wanted NAT BREAK
signs}}}


BOB'S TRACK ONE BOB'S TRACK ONE

INQ= THE HELP WANTED SIGNS... The "help wanted" signs tell the story.



OUTC= ENOUGH JOBS TO GO AROUND.



Temperatures are not the only thing
that will be hot this summer. The job
market for part-time seasonal work is
also heating up.

Bruce Johannessen, manager of the
Virginia Employment Commission in
Roanoke says the unemployment rate is
currently at a low 3-point-1 percent
and, in fact, there are more than
enough jobs to go around.



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(((:06))) Bruce Johannessen - "I can't think of a
INC= "I CAN'T THINK... single restaurant or hotel that doesn't
OUTC= "APPLY WITHIN." have up a sign that says 'Apply



Within.'"


BOB'S TRACK TWO BOB'S TRACK TWO

INC= THAT'S PERFECT TIMING... That's perfect timing for students
OUT=FOR A SUMMER JOB. looking for a summer job.




NAT BREAK - tight shot at KROGER Nat Break
checkout lane

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(((:02))) Tex Caldwell - "Summertime's great for
QUOTE= "SUMMERTIME'S GREAT FOR US." us."




NAT BREAK tight shot groceries being Nat Break
stocked


BOB'S TRACK THREE BOB'S TRACK THREE

INC="GROCERY STORE SHELVES Grocery store shelves have to remain
OUTC=ROLLING SMOOTHLY." stocked, checkout lanes need cashiers,


and shopping carts have to be rounded
up. Kroger manager Tex Caldwell says
students working part-time are a vital
part of commerence. While full-time
adult employees are off taking vacation
days, student workers can jump in and
keep things rolling smoothly.



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(((:10))) Tex Caldwell - "We get so many young
IN= "WE GET SO MANY... kids that want to work and we have so



OUT=BUSINESS VERY WELL." many who want to work different


schedules. Between all of them, we can
cover our business very well."


BOB'S TRACK FOUR BOB'S TRACK FOUR

IN= "THAT FREEDOM... That freedom to shift hours to fill the
OUT= EVEN MORE VALUABLE." need makes student workers even more


valuable.

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(((:03))) Tex Caldwell - "That's probably the
biggest thing for us, their
flexibility."


BOB'S TRACK FIVE BOB'S TRACK FOUR

IN="THAT FLEXIBILITY... That flexibility is a real benefit for
OUT= TAUGHT IN SCHOOL." businesses, but Johannessen says summer


jobs are just as beneficial for the
students working them. The employment
lays the groundwork for the future in
the "real world" - building valuable
life and work skills that are not
allows taught in school.



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IN= YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW... Bruce Johannessen - "You have to follow
OUT= WORK AS A TEAM." somebody's instructions. You have to


show up on time. You have to make an
effort and do what the employer asks
you to do. You have to work as a

team."

Bob Grebe, News 7.>>




TAKE FS WEB IN THE NEWS TAKE FS GFX
JEAN ON GFX JEAN ON GFX

The Virginia Employment
Commission offers several different
resources for finding a job at the
Roanoke office and at the its
website..We have a link on our website
at wdbj 7 dot com.



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